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CGN91 03-03-2019 02:03 PM

White Canvas Grappling [C-Verse]
 





Junnosoku Fukazawa is no stranger to the japanese wrestling scene. The 55 years old veteran retired last year at Black Canvas Grappling after a 36 years ride in profesionell wrestling. In January 2016 he held a press conference at a local gymnasium to announce that he'll found a wrestling promotion on his own called "White Canvas Grappling".

Fukazawa was joined by former INSPIRE veterans Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika "Tornado" Nagai, who worked as Freelancers after the death of INSPIRE. Sarumara, famous for his trademark Armlock Variations, said that he hopes to reinstall his INSPIRE-style to the audience of White Canvas Grappling and he's looking forward to breake some arms.




Rookie DOTM (March '19)
C-Verse DOTM (April '19)

CGN91 03-03-2019 02:04 PM

Roster
 



-ROSTER-



Azumamaro Kita ~ Azumamaro Shimizu ~ Billy Robinson ~ Bulldozer Brandon Smith ~ Fujio Narahashi ~ Fuyuhiko Wakabayashi ~ Giant Brody ~ Goemon Komiya ~ Haruhiro Tsumemasa


Hitomaro Suzuki ~ Ieshige Nishio ~ Kazuchika Nagai ~ Kazuhiko Nakao ~ Kimitada Yanagita ~ Logan Wolfsbaine ~


Matsudaira Morioka ~ Morimasa Kato ~ Nariaki Hitomi ~ Nigel Svensson ~ Pavel Vanzycha ~ Ricky Turner ~ Sotatsu Sarumara ~ Takeshi Yamanaka ~ Tiger Fuyuki



-YOUNG RHINOS-


Blackwell Bush ~ Christian Blithe ~ Eikichi Itou ~ Keisuke Arashi ~ Kyuichi Matsumoto ~ Lenny Mochin ~ Nobuhiko Serizawa ~ Shuzo Utagawa



-YOEMON DOJO-



Gidayu Katou ~ Hirokichi Yoemon ~ Naozane Goto ~ Omezo Shikitei



-BLACK TERROR UNIT-



Bunrakuken Torii ~ Funakoshi ~ Nobuharu Yokokawa ~ Rokuemon Matsushita ~ Taheiji Konoe




-xDREAM-


Hidekazu Ozawa ~ Kiyotaka ~ Kuemon Hotta ~ Motoyuki Miyake ~ Razan Okamoto


CGN91 03-03-2019 02:05 PM

Championships
 
WCG World Championship



[1st Champion] - Funakoshi [2016/03/20, 226 days]



1. def. Kazuchika Nagai (2016/05/04 | SUPER BATTLE IN CHIBA)
2. Kimitada Yanagita (2016/06/15 | PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN SAITAMA)
3. Bulldozer Brandon Smith (2016/07/30 | SUMMER IMPACT IN YOKOHAMA)
4. Bunrakuken Torii (2016/08/27 | SURVIVOR BATTLE)
5. Morimasa Kato (2016/10/15 | EXCITING BATTLE)


WCG World Tag Team Championship



[2nd Champions] - Rokuemon Matsushita & Taheiji Konoe [2016/07/16, 108 days]



1. The Hurt (Billy Robinson & Nigel Svensson) (2016/08/27 | SURVIVOR BATTLE)
2. Hidekazu Ozawa & Kuemon Hotta (2016/10/15 | EXCITING BATTLE)


Former Champions

[1st Champions] - Sotatsu Sarumara & Kimitada Yanagita [2016/04/29, 79 days]
1. def. OWARI (Azumamaro Kita & Fujio Narahashi) (2016/06/06 | PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN AICHI)

CGN91 03-03-2019 02:06 PM

Tournaments
 
Saikyou Warrior Festival



Funakoshi [2016/03/20]



White Canvas Trophy



Morimasa Kato [2016/09/17]



S-1 Tag League



Kimitada Yanagita & Sotatsu Sarumara [2016/11/27]


CGN91 03-03-2019 02:07 PM

Schedule
 



-SCHEDULE-

01. Fighting Rhino Tour: Night 1, 750 Fans @ Utsunomiya Sports Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/16
02. Fighting Rhino Tour: Night 2, 750 Fans @Kishiwada Sports Park (Kinki, Japan), 2016/02/18
03. Fighting Rhino Tour: Night 3, 1000 Fans @ Ibaraki Community Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/20
04. BRAVE, 1000 Fans @ Kunitachi Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/04
05. VALIANT, 850 Fans @ Nakano Sports Center (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/05
06. Sakura Destiny Tour - Night 1, 1000 Fans @ Akishima Community Plaza (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/11
07. Sakura Destiny Tour - Night 2, 700 Fans @ Otsu Community Hall (Kinki, Japan), 2016/03/12
08. Sakura Destiny Tour - Night 3, 650 Fans @ Doshisha Athletic Center (Kinki, Japan), 2016/03/15
09. Sakura Destiny Tour - Night 4, 1500 Fans @ Kōtō Community Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/17
10. Sakura Destiny Tour - Night 5, 1500 Fans @ Kōtō Community Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/19
11. Sakura Destiny Tour - Final, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/03/20
12. VALIDUS, 1000 Fans @ Ibaraki Community Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/04/08
13. IMPETUS, 1000 Fans @ Toyama Hall (Chubu, Japan), 2016/04/10
14. Road To Super Battle Night 1 - Tour Kick Off, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/04/14
15. Road To Super Battle Night 2, 1000 Fans @ Kunitachi Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/04/16
16. Road To Super Battle Night 3, 449 Fans @ Muko Park Gymnasium (Kinki, Japan), 2016/04/19
17. Road To Super Battle Night 4, 478 Fans @ Yamatotakada Public Hall (Kinki, Japan), 2016/04/23
18. Road To Super Battle Night 5, 350 Fans @ Nayoro Park Gymnasium (Hokkaido, Japan), 2016/04/26
19. SUPER BATTLE IN GIFU, 2000 Fans @ Gifu Arena (Chubu, Japan), 2016/04/29
20. Road To Super Battle Night 6, 500 Fans @ Shiogama Sports Hall (Tohuko, Japan), 2016/05/01
21. SUPER BATTLE IN CHIBA, 2000 Fans @ Chiba Prefectural Gymnasium (Kanto, Japan), 2016/05/04
22. White Canvas Live In Maniwa, 350 Fans @ Maniwa Park Gymnasium (Chugoku, Japan), 2016/05/05
23. STEP UP 1, 300 Fans @ Gunma Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/05/12
24. Road To Pro Wrestling Love Night 1, 1000 Fans @ Ibaraki Community Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/05/25
25. Road To Pro Wrestling Love Night 2, 1000 Fans @ Kunitachi Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/05/28
26. Road To Pro Wrestling Love Night 3, 300 Fans @ Shiogama Sports Hall (Tohuko, Japan), 2016/06/02
27. PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN AICHI, 1789 Fans @ The Ienari Theatre (Chubu, Japan), 2016/06/06
28. Road To Pro Wrestling Love Night 4, 405 Fans @ Muko Park Gymnasium (Kinki, Japan), 2016/06/09
29. Road To Pro Wrestling Love Night 5, 387 Fans @ Yamatotakada Public Hall (Kinki, Japan), 2016/06/12
30. PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN SAITAMA, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/06/15
31. STEP UP 2, 300 Fans @ Gunma Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/06/18
32. White Canvas ALIVE, 750 Fans @ Mizuho Sports Field (Chubu, Japan), 2016/06/24
33. Road To Summer Impact Night 1, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/07/02
34. Road To Summer Impact Night 2, 300 Fans @ Matsumoto Hall (Tohoku, Japan), 2016/07/04
35. Road To Summer Impact Night 3, 300 Fans @ Tsuruoka Town Center (Tohoku, Japan), 2016/07/06
36. Road To Summer Impact Night 4, 300 Fans @ Muroran Hall (Hokkaido, Japan), 2016/07/09
37. Road To Summer Impact Night 5, 300 Fans @ Utashinai Town Center (Hokkaido, Japan), 2016/07/11
38. Road To Summer Impact Night 6, 300 Fans @ Hall Of Nagahama (Kinki, Japan), 2016/07/13
39. SUMMER IMPACT IN NAGOYA, 1831 Fans @ Nagoya Prefectural Gymnasium (Chubu, Japan), 2016/07/16
40. Road To Summer Impact Night 7, 300 Fans @ Minamiise Town Center (Kinki, Japan), 2016/07/20
41. Road To Summer Impact Night 8, 103 Fans @ Tosa Gymnasium (Shikuko, Japan), 2016/07/23
42. Road To Summer Impact Night 9, 100 Fans @ Amakusa Center (Kyushu, Japan), 2016/07/25
43. Road To Summer Impact Night 10, 300 Fans @ Shimonoseki Hall (Chugoku, Japan), 2016/07/27
44. SUMMER IMPACT IN YOKOHAMA, 2000 Fans @ Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium (Kanto, Japan), 2016/07/30
45. Road To Survivor Battle Night 1, 1850 Fans @ Gifu Arena (Chubu, Japan), 2016/08/06
46. Road To Survivor Battle Night 2, 1000 Fans @ Ibaraki Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/08/10
47. Road To Survivor Battle Night 3, 300 Fans @ Matsumoto Hall (Tohoku, Japan), 2016/08/13
48. Road To Surviver Battle Night 4, 300 Fans @ Muroran Hall (Hokkaido, Japan), 2016/08/17
49. Road To Survivor Battle Night 5, 300 Fans @ Hall Of Nagahama (Kinki, Japan), 2016/08/20
50. Road To Survivor Battle Night 6, 1000 Fans @ Toyama Hall (Chubu, Japan), 2016/08/22
51. Road To Survivor Battle Night 7, 750 Fans @ Utsunomiya Sports Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/08/24
52. SURVIVOR BATTLE, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/08/27
53. White Canvas Trophy Night 1, 2000 Fans @ Tokyo International Center (Kanto, Japan), 2016/09/02
54. White Canvas Trophy Night 2, 2000 Fans @ Chiba Prefectural Gymnasium (Kanto, Japan), 2016/09/05
55. White Canvas Trophy Night 3, 2000 Fans @ Gifu Arena (Chubu, Japan), 2016/09/09
56. White Canvas Trophy Night 4, 2000 Fans @ The Ienari Theatre In Aichi (Chubu, Japan), 2016/09/10
57. White Canvas Trophy Night 5, 2000 Fans @ Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium (Kanto Japan), 2016/09/12
58. White Canvas Trophy Finals, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/09/17
59. STEP UP 3, 300 Fans @ Gunma Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/09/18
60. Road To Exciting Battle Night 1, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/09/30
61. Road To Exciting Battle Night 2, 750 Fans @ Kishiwada Sports Park (Kinki, Japan), 2016/10/03
62. Road To Exciting Battle Night 3, 750 Fans @ Kishiwada Sports Park (Kinki, Japan), 2016/10/06
63. Road To Exciting Battle Night 4, 300 Fans @ Shimonoseki Hall (Chugoku, Japan), 2016/10/09
64. Road To Exciting Battle Night 5, 167 Fans @ Tosa Gymnasium (Shikoku, Japan), 2016/10/12
65. EXCITING BATTLE 2016, 2345 Fans @ Niigata Memorial Gymnasium (Chubu, Japan), 2016/10/15
66. STEP UP 4, 300 Fans @ Gunma Hall (Kanto, Japan), 2016/10/16
67. S-1 Tag League Night 1, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/10/30
68. S-1 Tag League Night 2, 1000 Fans @ Doshisha Athletic Center (Kinki, Japan), 2016/11/02
69. S-1 Tag League Night 3, 500 Fans @ Maniwa Park Gymnasium (Chugoku, Japan), 2016/11/04
70. S-1 Tag League Night 4, 200 Fans @ Kochi Halls (Shikoku, Japan), 2016/11/08
71. S-1 Tag League Night 5, 711 Fans @ Asahikawa Community Hall (Hokkaido, Japan), 2016/11/11
72. S-1 Tag League Night 6, 750 Fans @ Motomiya Sports Park (Tohoku, Japan), 2016/11/15
73. S-1 Tag League Night 7, 2000 Fans @ Shizuoka Athletic Hall (Chubu, Japan), 2016/11/20
74. S-1 Tag League Night 8, 2000 Fans @ Shizuoka Athletic Hall (Chubu, Japan), 2016/11/23
75. S-1 Tag League Night 9, 2000 Fans @ Saitama Sports Field (Kanto, Japan), 2016/11/27

CGN91 03-03-2019 07:46 PM

OOC: Hiya GDS!

This will be my first shot to start a dynasty here. I had two WMMA dynasties couple of years ago, so i kinda have a bit of experience. I have to admit my english skills are not as good as others, i'm not a native speaker so please bare with me guys.

I'm a wrestling fan since 1997, but over the last years the japanese wrestling scene is by far my favourite, just like in Rylands universe. I like to built my own legacy, so White Canvas Grappling (credits to Willr0ck for the logos) is a C-Verse dynasty. I'm not sure how often i will be updating the dynasty, because of family, work and so on - You know what i mean.

Feel free to comment, suggest ideas & write critique and have fun!






Kimitada Yanagita - Hirokichi Yoemon - Oda Yakuta - Nariaki Hitomi

Just a bunch of minutes after Junnosoku Fukazawa announced the signing of three INSPIRE veterans, the former GCG Tag Team Champion was joined by two more INSPIRE veterans: Oda Yakuta and, more importanly, his former Tag Team partner "Dog Of War" Kimitada Yanagita. The 45 years old veteran was pleased about Fukazawas call to work for White Canvas Grappling after hard long years in the japanese independent scene, which he worked for various smaller promotions. Next to Yanagita was Hirokichi "Strong Style" Yoemon, which looked disgusted by the like of Oda Yakuta. Yoemon said that he'll join forces with Yanagita to crush every team that will stand in their way.

The 11 years pro Oda Yakuta wasn't impressed with Yoemons comments. Yakuta said that he would love to face against the two has beens, especially to show Yanagita that he's much better than back in the old days of INSPIRE. Yakutas potential ally could be Nariaki Hitomi, a Dojo trainee from Burning Hammer Of The Wrestling Gods and former Hinote Dojo wrestler.

MisterRomanini 03-04-2019 07:42 AM

So far, the first impression is positive. Good luck on your first try at a dynasty here, gonna be following it!

DarK_RaideR 03-04-2019 08:33 AM

You had me at White Canvas Grappling. Good luck with this project!

Historian 03-04-2019 09:32 AM

I'll be very interested to see how WCG develops!

CGN91 03-05-2019 04:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MisterRomanini (Post 2343472)
So far, the first impression is positive. Good luck on your first try at a dynasty here, gonna be following it!

Thank you very much! :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by DarK_RaideR (Post 2343484)
You had me at White Canvas Grappling. Good luck with this project!

Thanks! Love your BCG work:)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Historian (Post 2343490)
I'll be very interested to see how WCG develops!

Thanks! Hopefully we'll rise to the top:p

CGN91 03-05-2019 05:14 AM




~WAR DECLARED ON WCG & FIRST TOUR ANNOUNCED~


Funakoshi - Bunrakuken Torii - Rokuemon Matsushita

White Canvas Grappling president Junnosuke Fukazawa announced that his new promotion will finally see some action in the ring in February. Three dates has been confirmed so far for the upcoming "Fighting Rhino Tour": Night 1 will be held at the Utsunomiya Sports Hall, Night 2 will happen at the Kishiwada Sports Park and the final event of the tour has been scheduled to take place at the Ibaraki Community Hall.

Fukazawa's press release also featured a declaration of war by another company! Black Canvas Grappling and Yoshifusa Maeda were furious about the formation of White Canvas Grappling. Maeda told Tokyo Sports that he's declaring a war on WCG and will prove that BCG his superior than WCG. Maeda will send three of his best men to compete at WCG's first tour: Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita.

Maeda and Fukuzawa have history together. The two fought over the GCG Heavyweight Tag Team Championship for many years in the late 90's to early 2000's. Yoshifusa Maeda was by far the more successful wrestler, but Fukazawa won their long time feud. Fukazawa confirmed that three Six Man Tag Team matches will happen over the tour.

Funakoshi stated that WCG is weak and Sarumara is way under his level. Armlocks or not, he's here to win every match against any White Canvas Grappling competitor. BCG World Champion Bunrakuken Torii is even so confident in their abilities that he will bet a huge amount of money on three BCG victories.

WCG "FIGHTING RHINO TOUR"

Night 1, Utsunomiya Sports Hall (Capacity: 750 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/16

x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 2, Kishiwada Sports Park (Cap.: 750 - Kinki, Japan), 2016/02/18

x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 3, Ibaraki Community Hall (Cap.: 1000 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/20

x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita


Peria 03-05-2019 07:04 AM

I normally lurk in diaries, but I figured I'd let you know I'm following along.

CGN91 03-07-2019 06:37 PM




~A Tale Of Veterans & Young Boys~





The first WCG tour is a few weeks away and a bunch of new names are scheduled to fight. Two former Pride Glory Honor Crown Tag Team Champions find their way to White Canvas Grappling - Ieshige Nishio (40) & Takeshi Yamanaka (40), better known as The Chaos Demons, had a rollercoaster ride of a career. Starting at PGHW both of them went to hardcore-based WEXXV Promotion from Tohuku and had bloody brawls with teams like Naga-Mori or Battle Sakata & Hiroshi Morisue, which didn't help them in terms of a healthy body. Nishio & Yamanaka may had split up in 2012, but they will fight together side by side at White Canvas Grappling.



Two veterans aren't enough! White Canvas Grappling confirmed two more: Hidekazu Ozawa (45) & Kazuhiko Nakao (33) are scheduled to be on the "Fighting Rhino Tour". Hidekazu was a part of BHOTWG's Junior Heavyweight division during the 1990's, but was released by his homegrown company in 1999. Hidekazu gained weight and changed his style to a mat-based wrestler, he was a fierce competitor in the independent scene. Kazuhiko Nakao, a former national champion in Kick Boxing, fought most of his career independent, except a three year stint with Golden Canvas Grappling. For the first time since their young boy days, both men are build with their real names.



Where there are veterans, there are some young guns around the corner. WCG president Junnosoku Fukazawa has confirmed that four young boys will compete over the upcoming tour. Motoyuki Miyake (20), Gidayu Katou (19), Nobuhiko Serazawa (20) & Keisuke Arashi (18) - Only Motoyuki Miyake has a one year experience, the other three worked only a handful of matches so far. It's going to be vets vs. young boys over the "Fighting Rhino Tour"!

WCG "FIGHTING RHINO TOUR"

Night 1, Utsunomiya Sports Hall (Capacity: 750 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/16

1. Keisuke Arashi & Motoyuki Miyake vs. Ieshige Nishio & Takeshi Yamanaka
2. Gidayou Katou & Nobuhiko Serazawa vs. Kazuhiko Nakao & Hidekazu Ozawa
x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 2, Kishiwada Sports Park (Cap.: 750 - Kinki, Japan), 2016/02/18
1. Nobuhiko Serazawa & Motoyuki Miyake vs. Ieshige Nishio & Takeshi Yamanaka
2. Gidayu Katou & Keisuke Arashi vs. Kazuhiko Nakao & Hidekazu Ozawa
x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 3, Ibaraki Community Hall (Cap.: 1000 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/20

x. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi, Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita



OOC:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peria (Post 2343615)
I normally lurk in diaries, but I figured I'd let you know I'm following along.

Thanks mate, i appreciate it :)

So that's my final update for this week. It's 16 Carat Gold weekend and i'll go to europes biggest wrestling tournament for the next three days. To build a bridge from wXw to Puroresu: Daisuke Sekimoto, Shigehiro Irie & BattlARTS founder Yuki Ishikawa will be part of that weekend, i'm excited.

Have a nice weekend fellas!

CGN91 03-11-2019 04:36 PM




~Final Matchcard scheduled~





Surprise, surprise! SAISHO Destiny Champion Azumamaro Kita (24) and his company-mate Fujio Narashashi (25) will compete on the "Fighting Rhino Tour" to represent SAISHO in an White Canvas Grappling circle. WCG president Junnosoku Fukazawa said that the two won't get an easy victory over the upcoming tour. They both looking forward to meet Yanagita & Yoemon.



The last two warriors to fight on the first tour are Haruhiro Tsumemasa (30) & Omezo Shikitei (26). Tsumemasa is a INSPIRE veteran who worked independent after the shoot style promotion was shut down. His partner on the tour is Shikitei Omezo, a former amateur wrestler at college who came through the ranks of the legendary Hinote Dojo. Shikitei might be younger and less experience than others, but he's a dangerous mat wrestling expert. A former shoot style fighter and a amateur wrestler in one team? Could be dangerous!

WCG "FIGHTING RHINO TOUR"

Night 1, Utsunomiya Sports Hall (Capacity: 750 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/16

1. Keisuke Arashi & Motoyuki Miyake vs. Ieshige Nishio & Takeshi Yamanaka
2. Gidayou Katou & Nobuhiko Serazawa vs. Kazuhiko Nakao & Hidekazu Ozawa
3. Haruhiro Tsumemasa & Omezo Shikitei vs. Azumamaro Kita
& Fujio Narahashi
4. Kimitada Yamagita & Hirokichi Yoemon vs. Oda Yakuta & Nariaki Hitomi
5. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi , Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 2, Kishiwada Sports Park (Cap.: 750 - Kinki, Japan), 2016/02/18
1. Nobuhiko Serazawa & Motoyuki Miyake vs. Ieshige Nishio & Takeshi Yamanaka
2. Gidayu Katou & Keisuke Arashi vs. Kazuhiko Nakao & Hidekazu Ozawa
3. Oda Yakuta & Nariaki Hitomi vs. Haruhiro Tsumemasa & Omezo Shikitei
4. Kimitada Yamagita & Hirokichi Yoemon vs. Azumamaro Kita & Fujio Narahashi
5. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi , Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita

Night 3, Ibaraki Community Hall (Cap.: 1000 - Kanto, Japan), 2016/02/20

1. Kensuke Arashi & Nobuhiko Serazawa vs. Ieshige Nishio & Takeshi Yamanaka
2. Gidayu Katou vs. Kazuhiko Nakao
3. Motoyuki Miyake vs. Hidekazu Ozawa
4. Oda Yakuta & Nariaki Hitomi vs. Haruhiro Tsumemasa & Omezo Shikitei
5. Kimitada Yamagita & Hirokichi Yoemon vs. Azumamaro Kita & Fujio Narahashi
6. Sotatsu Sarumara, Hitomaro Suzuki & Kazuchika Nagai vs. Funakoshi , Bunrakuken Torii & Rokuemon Matsushita



OOC:

Final card! If you're interested you can use the card as an prediction key.

Good luck mates!:)

MisterRomanini 03-12-2019 04:36 AM

I'll give some time to know more about the wrestlers before I predict (not really popular with the japanese C-Verse scene). Good luck with this!


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