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GLORY FOR PURORESU: GLORY CUP - NIGHT ONE; 2016|1|2
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Event: GFP GLORY CUP: NIGHT ONE
BUILDING: Korakuen Hall
LOCATION: Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan
SHOW TYPE: Television (Japan) | Evolve (Wherever available)
LOCATION: 2016年1月2日

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===MAIN SHOW===
The started off with an image of the prestigious Glory Cup placed at the top of the ramp. It showed every competitor in the tournament standing on either the stage or the entrance ramp, gazing at what was at stake in the first annual Glory Cup tournament.

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SINGLES MATCH
Aria Banks vs. Sinn Duangrat


The match began with Sinn Duangrat showing off her impressive mat wrestling skills on Aria Banks. Sinn kept the independent star grounded for the first few minutes of the match until Aria caught Sinn with an unexpected rake to the eyes, followed by a big jumping clothesline. Aria kept the pace of the match to her liking until the fourth minute of the match where Sinn hit Aria with a stiff jumping knee to the face, followed by a beautiful shining wizard! Sinn went for the pin attempt, but Aria kicked out at two.

As the match progressed, Aria regained the advantage around the seventh minute of the match, catching Sinn with a spinning back kick to the midsection, followed by a huge Bank Shot superkick to the jaw! Instead of going for the pin, a frustrated Aria Banks exited the ring and picked up a chair. She slid back into the ring and swung the chair right into the small of Sinn’s back, causing a disqualification!

Aria looked to do more damage to Sinn until Adira Riddick came charging down the ring, stopping Aria from doing whatever she was planning. The two women obviously didn’t forget their small encounter at the Revival tapings, staring one another down, waiting for the other to attack. After a few seconds, Aria simply smirked, dropped the chair, and left the ring! The crowd damn near boo’d her out of the building, only turning back to give Adira a “you’ll get yours soon enough.”

Adira shook her head at the exiting Banks, turned around… NAGA KICK!!! Sinn knocked Adira out with the brogue kick of hers after Adira saved her from a vicious attack from Aria Banks! Sinn turned her attention to Aria, who still had a smirk on her face, and let the female Banks know that this wasn’t over between the two… or three of them.

Winner via disqualification - Sinn Duangrat (7:11)
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GLORY CUP ROUND ONE
Adam Adonis vs. OOKAMI no Chi


As the match begins the two circle each other, before locking up in a collar and elbow tie up. Adam goes behind with a quick hammer lock but is immediately caught in the teeth by a vicious back elbow that sends him backwards. The early going is a feeling out process as both of them have their moments. First, it was OOKAMI opening up with a roaring elbow, that sent Adonis back off the ropes, as he bounces off OOKAMI is waiting for him as she connects with a quick snap powerslam.

OOKAMI lifts Adam to his feet after this trying to connect with another huge elbow only to be beaten to the punch by Adonis who connect with a side kick to the abdominal area. He continues working over OOKAMI with a barrage of kicks to the legs and body, finishing up with a roundhouse kick to the back of the head.

Knowing that he has OOKAMI stunned, he proceeds to take control of the match hitting a variety of suplexes on her. Including a snap suplex which he rolls through into a belly to belly suplex showing his innovation. Going for an early cover he gets a two count. Adonis give a cocky smirk as he lifts OOKAMI off the ground only to be met with a standing dropkick to the chin which floors him.

OOKAMI quickly hits the ropes and comes straight back at Adonis rolling senton senton splash into a cover, but Adonis kicks out at only a one count. OOKAMI continues with the pressure. Hitting a variety of shoot kicks, in response to Adonis’ early onslaught. After a few kicks Adonis manages to catch OOKAMI’s foot, using her foot to spi
n her 360 degrees he kicks her in the midsection. Lifting her up into a powerbomb position, running across the ring and hitting a turnbuckle powerbomb that causes OOKAMI’s neck to snap back. In one of the more spectacular moments of the match Adonis looks ready to end the match with a leaping superman punch only to be caught in mid-air by a spear that almost saws him in half. OOKAMI goes for a cover but Adonis somehow manages to get a shoulder up at two.

Both competitors are slow getting to their feet, at which point the match breaks down into a fight. Each of them throwing hard elbows, forearms, and kicks at the other. As they trade hard forearm blows Adam gets the best of it rocking OOKAMI before tossing her onto the outside. Measuring her, as she reaches her feet, Adonis comes flying to the out sending OOKAMI to the ground hard.

After sending OOKAMI back into the ring he goes for a lateral press that OOKAMI only escapes at the last moment by rolling her shoulder off the mat. Adonis looks over at the ref with disbelief in his eyes. Lifting her off the mat he tosses her into the far side corner with an Irish whip, following her in with a double knees to the chin. Pulling her out of the corner he slams her to the ground with a bodyslam before going to the top rope. Extending his arms with a smile on his face he leaps off, only for OOKAMI to move out of the way as his right knee buckles on the attempted double foot stomp as he rolls through.

Holding his leg he begins to limp around the ring, OOKAMI stirs getting to her feet, then connecting with a kick to the gut and dropping him with a cradle ddt. OOKAMI once more gets to her feet, this time waiting on Adonis, who is slow to get to his feet. As he does, OOKAMI grabs ahold of him lifting him into the air and dropping him with an inverted northern lights bomb that she calls the chasedown bomb. Making the cover she hooks both legs as the ref counts to the three.

Winner via pinfall - OOKAMI no Chi(17:11)
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SINGLES MATCH
Ling Ling vs. Shouta Kurosawa


The match began with Ling Ling mocking Shouta until he sprinted over and tried to hit a clothesline. Surprising the speedster, Ling Ling dodged his attack and took over the momentum of the first half of the match after hitting Shouta with a Missile Dropkick to take him down.

Towards the middle of the match Ling LIng was still in control and had the crowd behind her. She hit a series of suplexes before she climbed up to the top rope and taunted to the crowd. Ling took a bit too long as she leaped off the ropes going for a Frog Splash, but no! The Cheetah quickly moved out of the way causing Ling to crash and burn. The Project Continuum member went along to take control of the match from that point on.

As the match goes on Shouta is booed by the entire crowd as he pulls off some heelish maneuvers such as hair pulls resulting in clotheslines, and eye pokes every time Ling looked to be making a comeback. Shouta shouted at the Japanese crowd and went as far as getting out of the ring after taking Ling Ling down and getting into a eleven year old’s face telling him to shut his mouth. It was at that point in the match where Ling Ling got back up and hit a Suicide Dive on Shouta while he was arguing with the child.

After Ling Ling took back control of the match, she got Shouta back into the ring and had a few close pin falls. She was giving it her all but it just wasn’t enough to put him away. Ling looked around to the crowd who was all in support of her and knew she had to do her best to end this match and move up in the tournament. She waited in the corner waiting for Shouta to get back. When he did she sprinting over going for a Shining Wizard but again the Cheetah shows off his speed and dodges the attack. He quickly gets back up dodges a clothesline attempt from her and hits a Full Nelson Bomb. With Ling down, Shouta climbs up to the top rope. He now is the one taking too long as he talks shit to the fans. He then leaps off going for the Shouta Stomp...NO! Ling Ling rolls out of the way and leaps up on Shouta’s shoulders going for a Hurricarana and the pin.

Winner via pin fall - Ling Ling (8:34)
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BACKSTAGE
Before his match, Reville is caught backstage, punching the air. He gauges his strike speed, making sure everything is in order for his match. Headphones blare out "Sono Chi no Sadame" by Hiroaki "TOMMY" Tominaga. He looks to the curtain, knowing that his match is about up. A stagehand promptly goes up to inform that his match is up next. Reville nods and reaches onto a nearby production truck. He puts on a headband, akin to Solid Snake's from Metal Gear Solid. With a final sigh, he waits for his theme song to pick up. Indeed, "Omae no Tettsui ni Kugi wo Ute" by Hironobu Kageyama starts up, queuing him to walk onstage.

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GLORY CUP ROUND ONE
Gage Kaiser vs. Riley Owens


The match got underway with Kaiser charging out of his corner for a running boot to the face, but Owens caught the leg and hit a huge capture suplex to start things off! Owens immediately went for the cover, but Kaiser kicked out at two. Owens pulled Kaiser up to his feet and pushed him back into the corner, delivering knee shot after knee shot to Kaiser’s midsection. Owens looked to set up for a half nelson suplex, but when he spun Kaiser around, Kaiser did a complete spin and blasted Owens in the jaw with a big elbow shot.

Kaiser came forward for a belly to belly suplex attempt, but Riley broke out of Kaiser’s clutches and blasted him with a high roundhouse kick right to the head! The kick caused Kaiser to drop to the floor and roll out of the ring, but Owens was determined to put this one away as quick as possible. Owens bounced off the ropes and went for a baseball slide dropkick, but Kaiser moved out of the way, allowing Owens to slide all the way out before he dropped the former FGA Pride champion with a roundhouse kick! Kaiser then rolled Owens back into the ring before he slid and went for the cover, only to get a two count!

Kaiser continued to go on the attack, getting Owens into a corner a few seconds later before firing off with chops to his chest. He then hit a snap suplex before he went for the cover again, only to get another two count! Kaiser then grabbed Owens and lifted him before he planted him with an inverted powerslam seconds later, eventually turning him over and going for the cover, only to get another two count! Kaiser then grabbed Owens once more before he threw him into the ropes. When Owens came back, Kaiser took him down with the Knee of Justice, his patent yakuza kick! The Japanese audience applauded as Kaiser then went for the cover, only to get another two count!

Owens tried fighting back a couple of seconds later as Kaiser tried getting him up to both feet, but it was a failed attempt. Failed because Kaiser proceeded to knee him in the head repeatedly, immediately dazing him. Kaiser then hooked his head and planted him with a DDT before he went for the cover, only to get another two count! The #1 contender to the KTV championship then lifted Owens into his shoulders before dropping him with his patent muscle buster, Last Whisper! The audience clapped once again before Kaiser went for the cover, only for Owens to somehow throw another shoulder up, breaking up the count at two!

Kaiser looked ready to end the match, calling for his “A World Changing Action” - but, Owens pushed Kaiser away and caught him with the Unnecessary Roughness II for the win!

Winner via pinfall - Riley Owens (12:15)
Edited by Felicity Banks, Jan 3 2016, 04:20 AM.
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GLORY CUP ROUND ONE
Ricky Valero vs. Casey Black


The match starts off much to the surprise of most of the crowd with Casey Black in control after the bell rings connecting with an immediate STO to the GFP Openweight champion. Valero doesn’t take long to get to his feet but is meet with a series of low kicks to the hamstring area. Valero however answers the shots with a right hook that sends Casey reeling. Valero moves in and takes advantage kicking Black in the midsection immediately followed with a swinging neckbreaker.

Within a flash of an eye The Franchise springboards off the ropes into a seated leg drop on Black taking the early advantage. Using his cunning and guile Valero continues to frustrate Black with his speed. Running under a clothesline from Black and shooting off the ropes with a springboard crossbody into a cover which only gets a quick one count. Valero reaches down grabbing Casey by the hair, getting him into position for a vertical suplex, but Black blocks it on the first attempt. Valero lifts his knee into Black solar plexus, and goes for it once more. However Black kicks his feet and doesn’t allow Valero to hit the maneuver. Valero lifts his knee to the solar plexus again but this time Black catches it, completely shocking the Franchise and taking him over with a fisherman’s suplex with a bridge.

ONE!


TWO!

No, Valero kicks out at two and a half after being startled by the quick counter. Each man got to the feet fairly quickly. Black hitting a quick Mongolian chop that stuns Valero, allowing Black to hit a springboard move of his own in the form of an elbow that catches Valero on the chin. This time instead of going for the cover Casey walks over and grabs a leg, applying a half crab to Ricky who shaking his head back and forth as the referee begins to ask if he’s ready to submit. Casey wrenches back on the hold as Valero groans in pain trying to find a way out as he’s in the center of the ring. Using his great athleticism Valero manages to spin over onto his back and kick Black away.

As Valero reaches his feet he’s met by three consecutive deep arm drags, setting up for a lariat but Valero ducks under just in time elevating Black off his feet and dropping him with a samoan drop. Black holds his back as Valero looks over his shoulder at his fallen foe. Reading Casey’s reaction he goes over to the top rope jumping up in one motion he waits as Casey gets to his feet. Turning around Black is sent flying backwards with a missile dropkick. Frantically, Valero scurries over hooking a leg for the cover.

ONE!


TWO!


THRRR--

No.. Black manages to lift his shoulder off the mat. Without hesitation Valero gets to his feet, sensing he has Black off balance he measures his opponent, as Black gets to his feet. Black gets up only to be met with a superkick that sends him back down to the canvas in a heap. Once more Valero goes for a cover.

ONE!


TWO!


THRRRRR-NO!

Black kicks out once more, and while a young less experienced wrestler might have been frustrated, Valero goes straight back to work. Lifting Black up to his feet, he gets in position to deliver a pinnicalplex but out of desperation Black throws his head forward into Valero as hard as he can sending Valero stumbling backwards. Springing into action before Valero can react Black lifts him into the air for a suplex only to drop him down with a facebuster which he calls “How’s it Taste, Motherfucker”. Rolling him over Black goes for the cover.

ONE!


TWO!


THRRRRR-NO!

Valero kicks out just barely before the count of three. Black lurks in behind him as Valero gets to one knee, Casey grabs him from behind lifting him off his feet with an inverted suplex as if he’s looking for “Fade to Black” but somehow Valero escapes right into a side Russian Legsweep that drops Black on the back of his head. With a quick burst of energy Valero gets to his feet dropping a rally of consecutive leg drops, a series he likes to call “Legdrops of Jupiter”. Valero floats over into lateral press.

ONE!


TWO!


THRRRRR-NO!

No, Somehow Black kicks out again. Even the veteran Valero seems a bit shocked by this. Valero again waits for Black to get to his feet, this time it takes a while as the two men have delivered a lot of punishment to each other. Valero lines up another superkick but Black side steps it and hits the Lariat to complete the earlier attempt of “A story of three”. He throws his arm over Valero for the cover.

ONE!


TWO!


THRRRRR-NO!

No, again Valero manages to get a shoulder up. Black is slow to stir but as he does he walks over to the ropes and steps outside. He springboards to the top rope jumping off with “Once you go Black you never go back”, but Valero somehow manages to moves just in the knick of time causing Black to miss the seated senton hitting the mat hard. Valero then sneaks in behind Black with a rollup.

ONE!


TWO!


THREEE!

The bell rings as Valero gets to his feet, the referee walks over raising his hand in the air, as Black looks on shaking his head in disbelief.

Winner via pinfall - Ricky Valero (19:54)
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MAIN EVENT - GFP OPENWEIGHT CONTENDERS MATCH
Shane Atwater vs. Kickass Smurf


Before the opening bell tolled, the two tag team partners and GFP Tag Team champions shook hands in the middle of the ring. This got a nice ovation from the crowd before Atwater and Smurf went back to their corners and awaited for the bell to the ring. Once the bell tolled, Smurf and Atwater moved toward one another, but Atwater struck first with a quick double leg takedown.

Atwater showed off his impressive mat wrestling skills, but Smurf got back up to his feet after kicking Atwater in the face when he went for a leglock. Smurf tried to quicken the pace of the match by running toward the ropes and attempting a springboard back elbow that caught Atwater right in the nose.

As the the match continued, Smurf controlled the pace of the match, throwing Atwater out of the ring and attempting a suicide dive, but Atwater got out of the way! Atwater rolled Smurf back inside the ring, waited for him to get up, and executed a bridging German suplex, but Smurf kicked out at two!

In the sixth minute of the match, Atwater still had control until he went for his “Parabola” wrist clutch olympic slam, but Smurf slid down Atwater’s back and connected with a dropkick to the back of his head! Atwater stumbled toward the ropes, allowing Smurf to shoot forward and roll his partner up, but Atwater kicked out at two!

Both men got back up to their feet and went blow for blow until Smurf connected with a dropkick to Atwater’s knee. Smurf ran the ropes and went for a running shoulder block, but Atwater caught Smurf out of the air and locked in a fujiwara armbar!!!!

There were a few times where it looked like Smurf was ready to tap, but the former SSWA Heavyweight champion willed his way toward the ropes to break the hold! Atwater got up to his feet first, patiently waiting for Smurf to rise. Once he died, Atwater locked his arms around Smurf’s waist and went for a release German suplex, but Smurf landed on his feet on the release and caught Atwater in the back of the head with a spinning heel kick!

In the twelfth minute of the match, both competitors got back to their feet and looked ready to go back at it until Ricky Valero and Levi Chambers made their way to the ring and attacked both men to cause a disqualification! Valero put the boots to Smurf while Levi took the fight to Atwater, the former Rebellion members absolutely destroying the GFP Tag Team champions! Valero pulled Smurf up to his feet and immediately hit him with the PinnaclePlex! On the other side of the ring, Levi Chambers brought Atwater back up to his feet and hit him with the Rolling Chambers!

After laying Smurf and Atwater out, Levi and Valero looked at one another with smirks on their faces, raising their arms up in the air to a chorus of boos. Levi kept his eyes glued on the GFP Openweight championship on the mat, then picked it up and handed it over to Valero. Levi then smirked and exited the ring, leaving Valero with his Openweight championship and the downed GFP Tag Team champions behind him.

Winner - No Contest(12:19)
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