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Default Real Japan Puroresu: The King's Road!

Real Japan Website News:
Company History:

Real Japan Puroresu: Tour 1.
Real Japan Puroresu: Tour 2.

Dirt Sheet:
Dirtsheet Issue #1

Website News:
Issue News #1

Prediction Standing Leagues:

Hall of Champions:

Real Japan Heavyweight Championship:

Current Title Holder: Katsuyori Shibata

Real Japan Junior Championship:

Current Title Holder: KENTA

Real Japan Tag Team Championship:

Current Title Holder: Tencozy ( Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan)

Real Japan Junior Tag Team Championship:
(Suggested by KnowYourEnemy)

Current Title Holder: Vacant

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Why does the title say Real Japan? Real Japan and New Japan have nothing to do with each other. Plus, King's Road is All-Japan's style, not New Japan.

Just confused is all.
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Real Japan Puroresu.

The promotion were puroresu is life, passion, and its grandest prize the Real Japan Heavyweight Championship where everyone is Japan, hell the world wants to achieve, its their dream. This promotion brings you real wrestling and real believable storylines unlike “Sports Entertainment” which is cancerous to wrestling. "Real Japan Puroresu" as the name suggests is all about “Puroresu” which means pro wrestling, and thus also produces a quality wrestling. The rules of Real Japan Puroresu are simple, first wrestling is everything, secondly there will always be tournaments every month to determine the number 1 Contender for the each of the tournament's respective title, thirdly there are no rematch clause (worst thing I have ever heard of). More small rules are that the titles might change hands by count out or DQ, so that we do not have any coward Champions. The counts for ringout are 20. The pinfall count is obviously 3 (lol). These are the rules for now.

The titles in Real Japan Puroresu are the Real Japan Heavyweight title, the Real Japan Junior Heavyweight title and the Real Japan Tag Team titles. The Real Japan tournament, which will happen every month for their respective titles. The contenders will face the champions at the end of the month (lets says January, the wrestler who wins The title’s contendership tournament will face the champion, say Real Japan Heavyweight champion so he will face the champion at the “Real Japan January” special event, held every month with show named like “ Real Japan (any month here)” special event. The title will be defended after the respective tournament ends as the titles will also be defended for one of the three titles, lets say this month we are having the Real Japan Junior Championship tournament where all the juniors will compete, as the tournaments ends, only that championship will be defended and mainevented, there will be a sequence in this system as the month is for that title only. The titles are valued more in Real Japan than in any other promotions so as per tradition the titles defended will always be mainevented!

So basically this is a tournament based promotion where everyone gets a chance to prove themselves to the world and also prove that they are the best. The promotion will have tours each week and the tournament matches will happen in those shows. (All the drama and wrestling matches will be written in this diary play-by-play, it will take effort but I will continue to do it, as I hope it will be worth it. I will also include the pictures for the matches, but for angles I am not sure. I will be hiring some new fresh talents every month and new worker will be generated, who will be our young lions.)

For the young lions of Real Japan Puroresu we have our Real Japan dojo, where every month contests will be held to hire new signings to the Real Japan dojo, to Keep everything equivalent and the competition fresh. I hope our dojo based young lions can become a star in the future (I have strong hopes for them). Our trainers for the dojo are Mitsuhara Misawa (I know he is dead, but hey this is a fictional mod, so he is alive here, no worries) and Kenta Kobashi (Yep!)

[For now we are starting with the Real Japan Tag Team tournament. The real Japan Tag Team champions are Tencozy (Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyashi Tenzan), by the way the champions will not take part in this tournament. Junior teams can also take part in this Real Japan Tag Team Tournament as there is no weight class limitation at the moment. (OCC: The Real Japan Tag Team will be renamed "The Real Japan Heavyweight Tag Team" title after the tournament, as the "Real Japan Junior Tag Team" titles have been introduced). These are the participants for the Real Japan Tag Team tournament taking place:


1.Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori--Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
2.Atsushi Aoki & Kotaro Suzuki (eliminated, during match 2)--
3.Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue--
4.Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka--
5.KENTA & Naomichi Marufuji--KENTA & Naomichi Marufuji
6.GO Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara--
7.Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi--
8.Gedo & Jado (eliminated, during match 1)--

Current Match No.3: Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka.

The first show will be written with matches including some pictures from the "Fire Pro Wrestling Returns game (PS2). The cards is set and this is what the card looks like (You can predict if you want, winners will get to debut a new championship or select a match stipulation for the mainevent of the Real Japan special event where the Real Japan Tag Team titles will be defended.):

CARD: (Quick Picks)

Shiori Asahi vs. MIKAMI (Opening Match)
Minoru Tanaka vs. Masa Takanashi
Go Shiozaki vs. Masaaki Mochizuki
Katsuyori Shibata, Yuji Nagata and Hirooki Goto vs. Togi Makabe, Takeshi Morishima, Tomohiro ishii.
Gedo & Jado vs. KENTA & Naomichi Marufuji (Mainevent,Real Japan Tag Team Tournament).
-This is a fictional mod to clear any confussion. This mod is called "The Whoniverse" which was created by "One of the members of the ModGod" Thewho87. Link here

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* Shiori Asahi vs. MIKAMI (Opening Match)
* Minoru Tanaka vs. Masa Takanashi
* Go Shiozaki vs. Masaaki Mochizuki
*Katsuyori Shibata, Yuji Nagata and Hirooki Goto vs. Togi Makabe, Takeshi Morishima, Tomohiro ishii.
* Gedo & Jado vs. KENTA & Naomichi Marufuji (Mainevent,Real Japan Tag Team Tournament).
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The Dirt sheet Daily.
Issue #1.
Its All About Wrestling.
Date: Monday. Week 1. January.2017

Top Matches From Ever show Held This Week By “Promotions” with Match Review:

(1)The Gang-STARS vs. Tyler Reks & Sean O’Haire(Hollywood Superstars titles)

The Gang-STARS Making their entrances With the Titles on their Waist before Tyler Reks and Sean O’Haire Makes their way to the Ring. The Match Started With Sean and JTG Locking Up. Sean Tries to Work on The arm with Some arm Wrenches and follows up with Shoulder Blocks to the Arm. Sean hits a Standing arm Breaker before Tagging in Tyler Reks. Tyler Continuously stomps on the Worked Arm by Sean O’Haire on JTG before Knocking Shad Gaspard off the Apron. Tyler Hits a Knee Drop on the Arm on JTG. Tyler works on the arm with a Armbar Locked in as JTG desperately reaches the Ropes. JTG Makes a Hot Tag to Shad as Shad Clears the House. Shad Hits a Suplex on Tyler and Then Locks in a Side Headlock as Sean Breaks the Hold, Shad and Sean Gets in a Little Brawl as Tyler seeks the advantage as he then Rolls Shad for a Pin but gets a 2 Count From The Referee. Shad Hits a Elbow as Tyler Replies With a Chop, Tyler and Sean O’Haire Hits a Double Team Dropkick on Shad before Sean O’Haire gets in a Brawl With JTG Outside The Ring. Tyler Reks Goes for a Powerbomb But Shad Reverses with a “over the Shoulder Drop”, as He then follows Up with a Diving Bodypress from the second turnbuckle for the Pinfall Victory while The Crowd Cheers. Shad and JTG Retains Their Titles as Tyler and Sean O’Haire Looks Disappointed and Angry While they leave. (**)

(2)John Cena vs. John Morrison vs. John Morrison (Hollywood Superstar title)

All of Them Made Their Entrances with John Cena Coming to the Ring first followed by John Morrison and Dwayne to The Loudest Pop. John and Dwayne Locks Up as John Morrison Looks angry and Slaps the Taste out of Both of Their Mouths. John and Dwayne Both Then Strikes Morrison before John tossed him out of the Ring as the Crowd Boos, John Plays along and Shoot Back at the Crowd, is John Cena Finally Turning Heel? John and Dwayne Locks Up as Dwayne Takes Control, He Locks in a Side Head Lock. With a headlock, Dwayne Runs Towards the Ropes as John Loses the Hold and Slips Out, John Cena Then Hits a Dropkick, While John Morrison Returns to the Ring to Hit a Dropkick on His Own. John Locks in a Abdominal Stretch on John Cena Trying to Wear Him Down. Dwayne Breaks the Hold as All Three of Them Exchange Strikes Which Looked a Little Funny but good at the Same time. Dwayne Finally Hits a Spine buster on John Cena But Morrison Hits a Moonlight Drive on Dwayne as Cena Saw the Chance and Hits a AA for the Win to retain His Hollywood Superstar title. John Cena leaves as the Crowd Boos Him, as the Show Then Comes a End.(**)

Its interesting to See Dwayne Still Wrestling in STARS While Being injured, it also makes sense why He Lost in the Match. But for John Morrison He Could Have Been a Better Champion that John Cena is. He has Charisma, Cool Move sets, and Most Importantly he is in touch with the fans and The Fans also Cheer for Him. We Still have to see where this Goes.

(3)Drew Galloway vs. Martin Stone.

The Match Began With Basic Collar-Elbow Tie-up as Drew Arm Wrenches Martin and Then Irish Whip Him into the Ropes as Drew misses a Big Foot as Martin Hangs Onto the Ropes, The Crowd Cheers. The Strikes Exchange Begins Between Drew and Martin, Drew Starts Shoving Martin as he Starts Shoving Back. The Both Exchange More Strike Exchange Before Drew Hits a Side Backbreaker to increase The pacing into The Match. Drew and Martin locks Up as Martin Hits a Chop and Drew Replies With Elbows and Then Tosses Martin to the Corner, Drew Then Goes for the Superplex but Martin Counters With Kicks and Then Hits a Diving cross body, Martin Drops Series of Elbows with Hitting a Running Knee drop before Locking in a Ground Leg lock wearing His Legs Down. Martin Starts Working On His Legs By Stomping and Constantly Locking Small Submissions. The Continuation Saw Drew Hit a Pump handle Slam as he Then Gets a 2 Count from the Referee. Drew goes for the Leg drop but Nobody Home! as Martin Moves out of the Way. Martin Locks In a Figure Four Leg Lock trying to Damage Drew’s Legs as Much as Possible. Drew Hits Martin with a Running Bigfoot Which Knocks the Lights Out of Him! before Hitting The Future Shock for the Win to retain the Revolution Title. (**1/2)

(4)Rob Van Dam vs. Rhino

Both Men Lock-Up Into a Elbow & Collar Hold, With Rhino Beginning With an Elbow Breaking The Hold. RVD and Rhino Stare Down Before RVD catching Rhino From The Irish into a Arm Drag. Rhino Gets Up Only Get Arm Dragged Again But This Time Elbow Drop after The Arm Drag. Both Men Lock Up again into a Test of Strength as RVD Breaks The Contest with a Toe Drop which Makes Rhino Loose Balance and Fall onto the Mat Face First. Rhino Tires to control RVD with a octopus Hold But RVD Quickly Counter Into the Arm Drag again. Rhino control the Side of the Head Trying to Wear RVD up, RVD Reaches the Rope for a Clean Rope Break.

RVD Whips Rhino into the Corner but Rhino Moves Out of the Way as RVD misses a High Kick and Rhino Chops RVD Trying to Damage His Chest. Elbow Exchange By Both Men, RVD Whips Rhino to the Corner Again this Hitting the Running High Kick. Rhino Recovers From The Kick, as RVD was Taunting to the Crowd. Rhino Hits RVD with a Scoop slam, Rhino Works on the Head With Some Stomps and Side Headlock followed By Light Submission which Seems to effective. Rhino Hits a Running Elbow Drop as The Momentum Shifts to Rhino’s Advantage. Rhino Hits a Running Knee Strike to the Groggy RVD Further Damaging Him.

Rhino’s Momentum Shifts as RVD Comebacks With Chops as High Kick, then Follows Up The With RVD Rush Kicks before Whipping Rhino into the Corner. RVD Hits Rhino with a Springboard Kick to the Corner almost Knocking Rhino Out. RVD rolls Up Rhino For The Pin But Rhino Kicks Out at the Count of 2 from the Referee. RVD Takes Rhino again to the Corner and Chops The Chest out of Him. Rhino Comebacks with a Flying Forearm to the Worked Head of RVD and Locks in a Cross face to Further Hurt Him. Rhino Hits a Pump handle a Slam But RVD Slips out of it and Hits Rhino with a Hurricanrana followed By the Rolling RVD Senton Before Finishing Him With 5* Frog Splash for the Pinfall Victory.(***)

(5) Bubba Ray Dudley vs. Chris Hero vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Chris Sabin. (Chicago Heavyweight title)

Bubba Goes after Daniels, While Chris Works on Hero’s Head With a Headlock. Backbody Drop for an Early Finish By Hero but Chris Slips and Hits Him with an Elbow before continuing to Still Work on Hero’s Head With More Kick and Strikes to the Head. Bubba and Chris Works Together Wearing Down Hero with Double Team Moves. Bubba Hits a Series of Chops on Hero while Chris Hits a Running Back Elbow to the Corner. Daniels Comes Back into the Match Hitting All Three Hits Chops Until Bubba Cuts Him Off With a Suplex as Chris Hits a Running Elbow Drop on Him. Bubba and Hero again Turns Their Focus on Hero who is Recovering from the Pain. Bubba and Chris goes for a Double Team Suplex But Chris Counters the Suplex attempt With Hitting Both Men With Devastating DDT.

Daniels and Hero Brawl Outside, While Bubba and Chris are in the Process of Chops Exchange, Hero Whips Daniels into the guard railing following a High Yakuza Kick which seems to Knock out Daniels. Daniels again Comebacks this time Hitting Hero with a Enzuigiri. Bubba Hits Chris with a Bodyslam as He Works on the Abdomen of Chris Trying to Hurt Him as Push as Possible with Slight Submission attempts. Bubba Whips Chris into the Corner Weakening Him Step By Step. Bubba is in Control of This Match. Daniels Hits Hero with Chops and Then Whips him into the Ring Post Knocking Him Out, Daniels Returns to the Ring and Brawls with Bubba. Chris Tries to do a Roll-Up attempts as Daniels Breaks the attempt with a Kick to Chris. Chris gets into Daniels Face. Daniels and Chris Brawl as Daniels hits a Northern Lights Suplex on Chris But Gets a 2 Count from the Referee.

Daniels Locks in a Chin Locks as Chris Reaches for the Ropes, Bubba distracts the Referee and Low Blows Chris Right in Groin. Daniels is Surprised What is Happening?, Daniels Rolls Chris for the Pinfall Victory as The Crowd Boos as Bubba Leaves the Ring Without an sign of Explanation, “Just What has Happened?” was the Question of Everyone as Daniels Celebrate.(***)

-News With Some Highlights:

(1) New Comers to the Business

Dalency Michel, Javier Vila, Chester Salmon, Tatsukichi, Edoardo Mancini, Angelino Mancini, Laura Jenson, Tyrone Mckean Enter The Wrestling World. Its Interesting to See People actually Interested to be in the Wrestling Not Only to earn a Living but also Live Their Dreams!. Dirtsheet Officials and My Self Offer them a Good Luck with Their Careers in the Wrestling World!

(2) Mark Callous and Michelle McCool Divorce.

The Divorce of Michelle McCool and Mark Callous was made official last. The Couple, who have endured a rocky time in their relation lately, are said to be glad that the process is now over, and are looking forward to their new lives. More News as We Get going!

Danny Duggan (Canadian) Hurt

Early reports have come in saying that Danny Duggan (Canadian) was injured, sustained an Undisclosed Elbow injury, during a match last night. No confirmation has come through yet, but it is reported that he left the ring under his own power, which indicates that he probably will not miss ant time this injury. Hope he Recovers Soon!

-Poll Results

Top 5 Most Popular Wrestler from Today’s Vote

1.Christopher Daniels
2.Rob Van Dam
3.Chris Hero
4.CM Punk
5.Adam Cole

Top 5 Best Wrestlers in the World from Today’s Vote

1.Sami Zayn
2.Hiroshi Tanahashi
3.CM Punk
4.AJ Styles
5.Chris Jericho

Top 5 Best Promotions From Today’s Vote

5.Windy City

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Real Japan Puroresu.Tour *1.
Rating: [C+]
Attendance: 3,000
Tuesday, Week 1, January 2017.

- The Show started with the Theme of the show playing and a Video package airs thereafter for the show, which highlights every wrestler in the Real Japan Tag Team Tournament. The Tournament will happen within the tours and the finalist team will face the Real Japan Tag Team champions in the January special event. The announcers then hype up the mainevent of the night, which is the Real Japan Tag Team contender tournament round 1 match between KENTA & Marufuji vs. Gedo & Jado.
Rating: D


-Shiori Asahi vs. Mikami.
Shiori Asahi and Mikami Locks up as Shiori takes control of Mikami’s arm with some shoulder blocks and then Wrenches it following more shoulder blocks. Shori hits Mikami with a Gorilla Slam trying to damage Mikami’s body. Shiori continues to stomp before locking in a Boston crab but Mikami reaches the ropes. Mikami finally comes back with running shoulder block and then whips Shiori into the corner. Mikami tries to chop Shori but he counters it with a front dropkick followed by locking in the Boston Crab again. Mikami gets to the ropes but Shiori picks him up and hits Mikami with a Double Arm DDT for the Win.


-Minoru Tanaka vs. Masa Takanishi.
Masa Takanishi who seems to hungry for a win begins with early punches and roll ups. Minoru known for his sneaky attacks are succesful in countering the roll-ups. Minoru and Masa exchange elbow to the point where Minoru hits him with a enzugiri to the side of the head. Minoru hits Masa with a low dropkick and then locks in the half boston crab. Minoru and Masa exchage holds and Masa hits Minoru with a Full Nelson slam. Masa continues to stomp Minoru, Masa goes for another Full Nelson Slam but Minoru counters it into the roll up and Picks up a Victory.


-Yoshi-Hashi vs. Yuji Okabayashi.
Yoshi hashi who is trying to the get the momentum from early on, hits Okabayashi with several kicks to the arm as he plans on wearing the it down so he can finish the match early. Okabayahsi proves him wrong as Yoshi’s momentum shifts into the hands of Okabayashi. Okabayahi hits Yoshi with a Dragon Screw and then follows with an angle lock. Yoshi manages to counter the hold and hit Okabayahi with a stiff elbow. Yoshi Scoopslams Okabayashi, and then stretches Okayabashi Leg’s in a nasty way. Yoshi Locks in a Kneebar,further wearing the legs down. Yoshi whips Okabayashi into the corner and then hits a Jumping splash followed by a rolling neckbreaker. Yoshi and Okabayashi exchange More strikes as Yoshi hits Okabayshi with a Running Lariat. Yoshi Follows up with his signature Suplex Driver for the Win.

-After the Match Yoshi-Hashi Cuts a Promo on Katsuyori Shibata and says that he will win the Tournament next Month and challenge him for the title. Yoshi hashi declare himself first into the Title Tournament for mext month.


- Go Shizaki vs. Masaaki Mochizuki.
Go Shiozaki starts with elbows as Masaaki seems to block some of them. Masaaki hits Shiozaki with knee Strikes to the gut. Shiozaki counters Masaaki’s arm whips into a roll up but gets a 2 count. Masaaki and Shiozaki exchange more hold before Masaaki goes for the suplex but Shiozai hits Masaaki with Fishermen Suplex, Shiozaki tries to wear down Masaaki and then hits more elbows to the Head and Knee strikes to the gut. Shiozaki hits Masaaki with more elbows which seems to make Masaaki lose balance. Shiozaki hits a Jumping Neckbreaker and then hits a Tiger Driver for the Win.

-Go Shizaki who was excited by the promo as Yoshi Hashi did earlier tonight, also challenged Katsuyori Shibata and entered himself into the Real Japan Heavyweight Championship Tournament, which will Happen Next Month. Go Shizaki says he looks forward to the Tournament and will win the Real Japan Heavyweight Championship.


-Togi Makabe, Takeshi Morishima and Tomohiro ishii vs. Katsuyori Shibata, Yuji Nagata and Hirooki Goto.
Togi Makabe instantly went after Shibata as he started hitting him with several elbows. Makabe hits Shibata with a snapmare and locks in a chinlock. Shibata counters the hold, and whips Togi into the corner and hits him with several elbows. Shibata tags in Yuji Nagata. Nagata continues to elbow Togi before hitting a scoopslam. Nagata Irish whips Togi but Togi counter with a Sideslam. Togi tags in Ishii as Ishii works on Nagata’s head with a Chinlock. Tomohiro Ishii hits a Sideslam and then hits him with a DDT. Ishii tags in Morishima and Morishima Stomps Nagata on his head further Damaging it. Morishima Whips nagata into the corner and and Chops him. Morishima Hits Nagata with a Backbreaker and Then Locks in a Kneebar but Nagata reaches for the Ropes. Nagata and Morishima exchange elbows but Morishiam hits Nagata with a neckbreaker. Nagata hits Morishima with a Backdrop hold but Morishima counters with a Tiger Suplex. Nagata Recovers and tag in goto while Morishima tags in Tomohiro Ishii. Ishii and Goto Brawl as Ishii hits Goto with headbutt and then Follows with a Several Lariats and More Strikes. The Finish Came When Goto Went for the Firemans Carry Driver but Ishii Slips out hits The Brainbuster for the Win.

-Tomohiro Ishii along Side Takeshi Morishima and Togi Makabe who defeated the Team of Katsuyori Shiabta, Yuji Nagata and Hirooki Goto, entered themselves into the Real Japan Heavyweight Tournament Early. Tomohiro Ishii then Cuts a Promo taunting Shibata as Shibata looks on from the ramp and then says that Shibata will perish to the hands of Ishii, Morishima and Togi Makabe. Tomohiro Ishii also says that this team is not a one-off as they are here to rule and lead new generation into the land of Japan and this very world. Tomohiro Ishii declares that they the one and only “Lights of Nature” as they will win the Tournament and Will all the golds that Real Japan has to offer. Tomohiro Ishii also puts everyone in the locker room to notice.


-KENTA & Marufuji vs. Gedo & Jado.
Kenta starts with Jado in the Ring as Kenta Hits Jado with Strikes and Kicks to Weaken him. Kenta tags in Marufuji as they both hits a double dropkick. Marufuji weakens Jado with a Snapmare and then strikes the back of his head with a stiff kick. Marufuji continues to wear him down more and more with several Kicks and Strikes before whipping Jado into the corner. Marufuji tags in Kenta and they both hit a Backdrop with a Neck Drop combination! Kenta Gets countered as Jado Hits Him with a DDT and then Starts elbowing him and follows up with a Snap Suplex! Jado hot tags Gedo, who clears the House as he knocks Marufuji off the apron and then Hits Kenta with a Bicycle kick. Gedo stomps the legs of Kenta weaking them down.Gedo almost Knocks off Kenta’s head with a running lariat and then follows with a running cross kneedrop. Gedo continues to hit more Elbow Drops weakening Kenta down. Kenta fires up, and Hits Gedo with more Kicks and Strikes and then Hits his Signature “Kenta Rush”combo! The finish comes when Kenta hits a Running Lariat to the Corner and then hits his signature Go To sleep for the Win, thus advancing in the Tag Tournament.

Quick Results:

1.Shiori Asahi b. MIKAMI .
2. Minoru Tanaka b. Masa Takanishi.
3. Go Shiozaki b. Masaaki Mochizuki.
4. Tomohiro Ishii & Takeshi Morishima & Togi Makabe b. Katsuyori Shibata, Yuji Nagata, Hirooki Goto.
5. KENTA & Naomichi Marufuji b. Gedo & Jado.

Prediction Results:

KnowYour Enemy: 0/5
You Can Debut any New Championship, I will PM you now.

Card for Real Japan Puroresu Tour *2

(Predictions are always welcome!)
Quick Picks:

1. MIKAMI vs. Kinya Oyanagi
2. Masa Takanashi vs. Ryoji Sai
3. HARASHIMA, Naomichi Marufuji and KENTA vs. YOSHI-HASHI, Gedo and Jado
4. Tomohiro Ishii (w/Takeshi Morishima & Togi Makabe) vs. Kazushi Sakuraba
5. Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Atsushi Aoki & Kotaro Suzuki (Real Japan Tag Team Tournament Round 1)

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Real Japan Puroresu.Tour 2
Attendance: 1,400
Held: Wednesday, Week 1, January 2017.

[I Know that Announcing table picture sucks, well its just an inside of what is looks like lol. Don't mind it XD.]
Announcers: Shinpei Nogami & Katsuhiko Kanazawa.

Ring Announcer: Kimihiko Ozaki.

[The Theme of the show starts playing, as from the ring the announcers Shinpei Nogami & Katsuhiko Kanazawa welcomes to the show.]

Shinpei Nogami: "Welcome everyone, ladies and gentlemen as we are here in the arena of one thousand and four hundred people. Today at the main event of the show we will see the second match of the Real Japan Tag Team Tournament where we will crown the new contenders for the Real Japan Heavyweight title as we move forward to the Real Japan January special event, where the Real Japan Tag Team titles are being defended against the winner of this very Tournament".

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "I agree with you shinpei-san, it's a start for the wrestlers to prove themselves to Japan, and might also impress the world sooner or later. Today we are also going to see the newest faction formed at the last show, yes I am talking about Tomohiro Ishii and his allies. Tomohiro Ishii declared last night that He, Takeshi Morishima and Togi Makabe are trying to prove themselves in Real Japan as they first entered themselves into the tournament following the next month for the Real Japan Heavyweight Championship. Tomohiro Ishii also verbally challenged Shibata that he should be prepared for Tomohiro Ishii as he will dethrone Katsuyori Shibata as the Real Japan Heavyweight Champion."

Shinpei Nogami: "Tomohiro Ishii is trying a make a mark here in Real Japan, but can he first go through one of the greatest fighter from Ishii's generation. Find out tonight as Tomohiro Ishii takes on Kazushi Sakuraba to prove who is the better worker in Real Japan."

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "Up Next we have Kinya Oyanagi and Mikami going up against each other. Kinya Oyanagi who is now trying to rise up through the ranks of Real Japan for a while now, and so can be said for Mikami. Mikami on the other hand seems to be struggling to keep up with his opponents here in Real Japan, but both men are going to clash up next."

[Kinya Oyanagi and Mikami made their short entrances. Kinya Oyanagi has the higher advantage to the match as the crowd is behind him.]

Kinya Oyanagi vs. Mikami.
Kinya and Mikami exchanged chops for a quite a time into this matchup, Mikami gave Kinya a hard time for the first few minutes as he is trying to show everyone that he is also good and can outsmart Kinya. Kinya now starts Chopping Mikami to the corner, Kinya gets a little serious as he tries keep Mikami to the ground, where Mikami has little experience with. Kinya Oyanagi hits Mikami with some European uppercuts trying to tire Mikami down. Kinya Hits a high angle bodyslam and goes for the pin but Mikami kicks out at two. Mikami and Kinya exchanged more chops trying to beat the hell of each other. At the end it was Kinya Oyanagi who won this match with a Enzuigiri to the side of the head, giving Kinya a good win as he picks up some momentum in his quest to the top.
Winner: Kinya Oyanagi by Enzuigiri.

Ratings: E+

[Post Match Kinya Oyanagi and Mikami shakes hand, showing mutual respect to each other. Kinya Oyanagi then cuts a promo.]

Kinya Oyanagi: "Everyone!, I know that I might not be at the level of the greater guys in Real Japan, but I will continue to prove myself to everyone here and to Real Japan itself!. Once I get to that position I will be aiming for the Real Japan Junior Heavyweight Championship first. Everyone! (The Crowd Seems to applaud), I will one day win a championship with my hard work and prove that I am one of a good worker. Thank you (The crowd applauds once again)."

[Kinya then gets off the ring and slaps some hands of his fans as they reach out to him. It would be a long journey for him to get to the top, but for now he is enjoying wrestling.]

Shinpei Nogami: "Well I have got to say, Kinya will defiantly reach the Real Japan Junior Heavyweight Championship one day, what do you say Kanazawa-san?"

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "I agree with you Shinpei-san, only time will tell. There are a lot of guys like Kinya who like work hard and get to the top, but for now the only thing for them to do is FIGHT!"

Shinpei Nogami:
"Speaking of Fighting, up Next we have Masa Takanishi and Ryoji Sai taking on each other. Masa Takanishi who is definitely the "Hungry wolf" here will fight his way just like a wolf, tearing through flesh and drinking the blood of his opponents (figuratively). Ryoji Sai should be careful of Masa Takanishi as he might also be a victim of this "Hungry Wolf"."

["Hungry Wolf" Masa Takanishi and Ryoji Sai make their quick Entrances]

"Hungry Wolf" Masa Takanishi vs. Ryoji Sai.

Masa and Ryoji stares down from their respective corners before the match starts, Masa seems confident as ever. Both men locks up, Masa hits Ryoji with some elbow and follows up with whipping Ryoji into the Corner for the chopping session. Masa seems to have a earlier advantage as Ryoji looks to be struggling to keep up with Masa's agility. Masa goes for a superplex early on, but Ryoji seems to find a way to get out of the hold. Ryoji gets some momentum in the match, by countering some of the moves of Masa. Masa finally gets the momentum to his hand as he hits Ryoji with his signature "Shoulder Buster"..

Masa Continues to stomp Ryoji, Ryoji changes Masa's game plan by catching his leg when he stomped and turned it into a Dragon Screw…

Ryoji takes control of the match now as he chops Masa in the corner . Ryoji thinks he can suplex Masa, but Masa proves him wrong as Masa counters Ryoji's suplex with a counter of his own. Masa goes for the crossarmbar but Ryoji counters it into a cyclone whip (Close to a arm drag). Ryoji continues to stomp Masa weakening him down. Masa recovers, Ryoji hits him with a low dropkick to keep him to the ground. Masa counters Ryoji's half Boston crab into a standing arm bar lock….

Ryoji is able to get out of the hold eventually after power bombing Masa. Masa changes his game plan totally, Masa seems to be able to counter every strikes Ryoji throws at him. Masa hits a running knee which seems to knock out Ryoji. Masa finally finishes Ryoji with his finisher "The Darkness Buster" for the win.
Winner: "Hungry Wolf" Masa Takanishi by "The Darkness Buster"

Ratings: D

[Masa gets into rage, that Ryoji almost beat him and then starts stomping him. Masa then takes a chair from the ringside as he then attacks the legs and arms of Ryoji Sai, Masa Knock Ryoji out with a devastating piledriver on the chair

…… Masa then Cuts a promo]

Masa Takanishi: "Hah a worthless piece of shit. That **** didn't have much left in him did he? Ryoji you should have never ever tried to outsmart me. I am the Wolf and I am going to kill you piece by piece. Kenta, you call yourself a Real Japan Junior champ eh? Well its time that someone should take your championship from you and that someone is me, because I know I am better than you KENTA! See after Real Japan Junior Title Tournament as I am going to do the same thing I did to Ryoji tonight to you too, ****face!"

[Masa then poses to camera before leaving and walking cockily, while slapping some of his fan's hand. (Japanese fans are different though, I know that and so do you.)]

Shinpei Nogami: "Well I think Masa just made his statement, but piledriving and knocking out Ryoji was unnecessary. What do you think Kanazawa-san?"

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "Well that was sick to me! Who does this kind of thing, only the one who is sick-freak. I don't even want to talk about it. I hope Ryoji's alive though."

Shinpei Nogami: "Oh, anyways Masa has a point about beating KENTA for the championship. Ladies and Gentlemen up next we have Yoshi-Hashi, Gedo & Jado going one on one with Harashima, Kenta & Marufuji. After losing to Kenta and Marufuji last night, Gedo and Jado are looking forward to get their vengeance on them up next."

[Yoshi-Hahsi,Gedo,Jado and Kenta, Naomichi Marufuji, Harashima all made their quick entrances.]

Yoshi-Hashi, Gedo & Jado vs. HARASHIMA, KENTA & Noamichi Marufuji.
Yoshi-Hashi, Gedo and Jado are introduced first. HARASHIMA, KENTA and Noamichi Marufuji gets introduced second. Yoshi-Hashi, Gedo and Jado are seen discussing some tactics, but not sure what they were talking about. Gedo and Harashima starts in the ring first. Gedo and HARASHIMA starts exchanges chops. Gedo gains the momentum early on in this match. Gedo hits a thrust kick and follows up with a low dropkick. Gedo locks in a half Boston tiring HARASHIMA's leg down. HARASHIMA reaches the ropes for the rope break. Gedo whips him into the ropes and hits a lariat knocking him almost out. Yoshi-Hashi gets tagged in and starts stomping HARASHIMA, Yoshi locks in kneebar to tire the legs down. The momentum of the match shifts instantly when HARASHIMA tags in Marufuji, as they both hits a double team dropkick on Yoshi. Yoshi recovering gets a quick tag on Jado, who counters Marufuji's enzuigiri into a German suplex…

KENTA breaks the pin, Yoshi and Gedo starts attacking KENTA. KENTA hits Yoshi with a highkick and Gedo with a dropkick. Noamichi Tags in KENTA. KENTA uses a rapid brainbuster to slow Jado's momentum down. KENTA lifts Jado by his hair and hits him with a double arm suplex….

KENTA gets a 2 count from the referee. KENTA tags in HARASHIMA, while Jado tags in Yoshi-Hashi. Yoshi gets the upperhand now, as he hits HARASHIMA with a Knife edge chop and follows up with signature "Screw high kick"….

Meanwhile Gedo & Jado starts distracting the referee which seemed to work, but Noamichi and Kenta gets in the mix. Gedo and Jado starts brawling with KENTA and Marufuji. The Brawl continues to the crowd, leaving Yoshi and Harashima in the ring alone. Yoshi wasting no time hits HARASHIMA with his finisher "The Northern Lights BOMB!" for the pinfall victory.
Winner: Yoshi-Hashi, Gedo & Jado when Yoshi-Hashi defeated Harashima with "The Northern Lights BOMB!"

Ratings: D+

[Naomichi and KENTA has the look of disappoint on HARASHIMA. Meanwhile Gedo, Jado and Yoshi-Hashi are celebrating in the ring. So the announcers understand what they were talking about earlier. The point that Gedo and Jado planned to get Naomichi and KENTA away from HARASHIMA, which seemed go as plan as Yoshi was strong enough to get the win over HARASHIMA. Gedo takes a microphone from the ring and hands it to Yoshi-Hahsi, who has a big smile on his face.]

Yoshi-Hahsi: "Man it feels great when you win. HARASHIMA you are just a little ant as always, never show me your pity face to me ever again. Now to the next step in my journey, it seems I have to go through shitty opponents in the Real Japan Heavyweight tournament huh?! Well whatever it is. Your Yoshi-Hashi will win the Real Japan Heavyweight Championship from Shibata-kun, yeah Shibata-kun!. That little preak has no chance against me. I will show you Shibata what it's like to be in a ring with a greater wrestler than you are." [Yoshi hands the microphone to Gedo]

Gedo: "Oi bastards, you thought you could get past "The World Class tag team" huh?! Oi KENTA your just a little cocky boy aren't ya? And Naomichi, I don't even want to talk about you shithead! Listen KENTA & Naomichi, you think you can win the Real Japan Tag Tournament? Huh?! Don't **** with me bastards! When the Real Japan Junior Tag Team Tournament is coming we will show ya what we are in our true form. Gedo finishes with we are "CHOAS" and we are all winners!"

[Gedo tries to give Jado the microphone but Jado refuses and gives a Middle finger to the crowd, following some boos.]

Shinpei Nogami: "Yoshi seems to be going good in his recent matches lately, I guess you call that evolution, right Kanazawa-san?

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "I also have hopes for Yoshi-Hashi, I can't wait to see where he goes. Gedo and Jado challenged Naomichi & KENTA in the Real Japan Junior Tag Team. Real Japan Junior Tag Team Tournament is coming up next month. From next month we might see Tournaments for all Real Japan Championships. Everyone is ready for the tournaments. I hope they all give their best performances."

Shinpei Nogami: "Up next we have the leader the newest faction named "Lights of Nature". "Lights of Nature" were formed at the last Tour, where after their win in the match against (Shibata, Goto and Nagata), Tomohiro Ishii, Togi Makabe and Takeshi Morishima all formed alliance with each other thus forming the faction. Tomohiro Ishii seems to be in the leader role in the faction. Tomohiro Ishii, tonight goes one on one with Kazushi Sakuraba one of the finest wrestler in Ishii's generation. Both men are amazing fighters, but I am rooting for Sakuraba. What about you Kanazawa-san?"

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "Well I am rooting for Tomohiro Ishii, I can only say that I am very interested as how Tomohiro Ishii is going to evolve from here. Enough chit-chat, lets get right into the match. Ladies and gentleman, Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kazushi Sakuraba!"

[Tomohiro Ishii makes his entrance along side Takeshi Morishima and Togi Makabe. Kazushi Sakuraba makes his entrance]

Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kazushi Sakuraba
Ishii and Sakuraba starts right off with hook exchange!, both men are fighting for pride here! Ishii whips Sazuraba into the corner and chops his chest off. Ishii then whips him into the other corner and hits a running back elbow. Ishii and Sakuraba now starts brawling outside, Ishii whips Sakuraba into the guard railing. Sakuraba hits Ishii with a Russian hook almost knocking Ishii out. Ishii hits Sakuraba with a power slam on the guard railing almost looking to break his spinal cord, Ishii seems to notice the referee counts, gets back into the ring, thinking that he does not want to be a coward and finish the match cleanly, he gets back down and pulls Sakuraba into the ring with him. Both men returns to the ring, Sakuraba hits Ishii with punch combinations. Ishii being quick for his structure, counters the strikes and whips Sakuraba into the corner again and applies for a superplex. Momentum changes as Sakuraba counters the superplex, and hits Ishii with a diving axe handle from the top turnbuckle. Ishii and Sakuraba exchange hooks yet again. Ishii gets the upperhand, and seems to prove that he is also an equal of Sakuraba. Running Lariat into a pin….

Sakuraba kicks out at 2, which surprised Ishii as he didn't expect that. Ishii seems to get frustrated but keeps his calm. Irish whip gets countered by Sakuraba into a one of his own, but Ishii counters back again hits Sakuraba with another striking lariat, this time hoping he ends Sakuraba, Ishii not wanting a two count goes for his finisher "The Dangerous DDT". Sakuraba counters an early attempt of the "Dangerous DDT" as he counters the move with a suplex onto the mat, immediately shifting the momentum of the matchup into his hands. Punches into kicks, Slaps into elbows, Cursing, Kicks into slaps and finally Sakuraba locks in the cross arm bar on Ishii….

Ishii somehow manages to get to the ropes, thus getting a rope break as Sakuraba releases the hold, but follows up with some stomps, filling frustrated Ishii gathers himself to the ropes to recover. More great athlescism from both men, but the fate was Ishii hitting Sakuraba with his Signature "Vertical German Suplex"….

Ishii wasting no more time (the crowd is going wild and roaring like lions), lifts up Sakuraba and finishes him with his Finisher "The Dangerous DDT" for the pinfall win.
Winner: Tomohiro Ishii via the "The Dangerous DDT"

Ratings: C+

[Post match Togi Makabe & Takeshi Morishima gets into the ring, kicks out Sakuraba and raises his hand. Togi Makabe snatches the microphone from the announce table and hands it to Tomohiro Ishii.]

Tomohiro Ishii: "I know that everyone in this arena, hell everyone watching at home knew that Sakuraba would have won. Well whatever, I proved you wrong didn't I huh?! Sakuraba might have been a great fighter, but to me he meant nothing tonight, do you know why? Because I am better than him in every way. It's time..Its time for the "Lights of Nature" to guide you through the dark, and show you how to overcome losers like Sakuraba."

[Tomohiro Ishii, Takeshi Morishima and Togi Makabe then poses to the Crowd and Camera]

Shinpei Nogami: "Well I have got to say, less talking and more action. Tomohiro Ishii proved once again as why Katsuyori Shibata should be scared of him right now."

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "Katsuyori Shibata should keep a close eye on Tomohiro Ishii or else he might be one of the same victim like Sakuraba. Tomohiro Ishii is becoming dominant since last forming the "LON"(Lights of Nature). The Real Japan Heavyweight Tournament is coming up. It's a great time for Ishii to prove himself to the Champ"

Shinpei Nogami: "Speaking of Proving themselves in Tournament, tonight we have Round 1 matchup of the Real Japan Tag Team Championship Tournament. Up Next is the Main event of our show, where Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori goes one on one with Atsushi Aoki & Kotaru Suzuki. The one who wins advances to the second round where they will face the winner of "Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka", which is the main event of Tomorrows' tour."

[Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori, Atsuhi Aoki & Kotaru Suzuki makes their entrances. Our ring announcer Kimihiko Ozaki announces that this match is for the Real Japan Tag Team Tournament, Round 1, Match 2. Winner advances to the quarter finals.]

Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Atsushi Aoki & Kotaru Suzuki.
Jun Akiyama and Suzuki starts the match here, Jun Akiyama is trying to reach the back of Suzuki to gain control, seems like Jun has plan here. Jun gaining control after a long fight of holds, hits Suzuki with a face crusher from the back hitting him face first, on the ground Jun locks in a elevated Boston crab to weaken Suzuki's legs, Suzuki reaches the rope for a rope break. Jun tags in Omori, who stomps the weakened legs of Suzuki. Omori lifts up Suzuki, but Suzuki counters with right hand to the chin, freezing Omori for a second there, Suzuki wasting no time gets the hot tag to Aoki. Aoki clears the house, knocking down Jun from the apron and then hits Omori with a DDT for a count from the referee. Omori and Aoki exchanges hold, only for Omori to hit a death valley bomb….

Goes for the cover, but Suzuki breaks the count. Jun Akiyama and Suzuki gets in a brawl outside the ring leaving both Omori and Aoki inside the ring. Jun Whips Suzuki into the guard railing and the hits a high kicks Suzuki off the guard railing in the crowd. Back in the ring, Omori locked in a Boston crab, but Aoki gets out of the hold and hits Omori with a backhand chop, following a Russian leg sweep. Jun and Suzuki are still brawling outside the ring, into the crowd. Jun slams Suzuki over the chairs, as Suzuki screams in pain. Back in the ring, Omori counters Aoki's exploder suplex into a neck drop, changing the momentum of the whole matchup, hitting Aoki onto the mat with the back of the head first. Omori wasting no time hits his signature "The Dragon Cutter!" for the easy pinfall victory.
Winner: Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori when Tako Omori defeated Atsushi Aoki with "The Dragon Cutter".

Ratings: C+

[Jun Akiyama returns to the ring kicks out Aoki out of the ring, and raises Omori's hand. Jun Akiyama takes a microphone from the ringside and cuts a promo, while Omori catches his breath.]

Jun Akiyama: "Whether it be Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue or Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka, we are going down the shit out of you. When you talented partner and ally like Takao Omori, a victory is a guarantee. See you at the second round "Nakasuzo konoyaro"."

[Jun Akiyama drops the microphone and raises Omori's hand once again before they embrace, and pose together to celebrate their win.]

Shinpei Nogami: "That was an impressive performance by Omori, Jun Akiyama did a great job keeping Suzuki out of the way, because he knew Suzuki was a dangerous man tonight, and would have cost him the match. Its just a matter of Time, as we will see the winner of "Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka", which is also the Main event for Tomorrows' night."

Katsuhiko Kanazawa: "I can't wait for Jun Akiyama to win the tournament, but we also have many other amazing athletes. I also can't wait for Tomorrow, Yuji Nagata vs. Koji Kanemoto will be great as ****! Everyone don't miss out Real Japan Tour 3, tickets will be available right now. Goodnight Everyone and Thank you for joining us!"

Shinpei Nogami: "Thank You for joining and Goodnight!!"

[The End of Tour 2]

Card for Real Japan Tour 3.

Quick picks:

Sho Tanaka vs. Kinya Oyanagi
HARASHIMA vs. Jake Lee
Masa Takanashi vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Morishima
Junior Stars vs. Inoue & Nagata (Round 1, Match 3)

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Real Japan Pro Wrestling Website News:

Akira and Bin Wang has been released last night, due to the charges pressed against them. Akira who has been in Real Japan Pro wrestling for quite a while now, so can be said for Bin wang, was found intoxicated, when they were pulled over for speeding over the general speed limit. Bin Wang and Akira were found in possesion of Drugs and other alcoholic/ toxic substance. It is not sure to when they will be released from the authority, but it is sure that, Real Japan would never want to see their faces ever again. The topic will be updated once more reports are released from the authority. Stay tuned.

Today's Card is as following to take place:

Get you chioces now, as the winner gets to debut a new championship or can suggest a rule that the diary should follow.

Quick Picks:

"The Young lion" Sho Tanaka vs. Kinya "The Hardworker" Oyanagi
"Evolved" HARASHIMA vs. Jake "The Flash" Lee
"The Hungry Wolf" Masa Takanashi vs. Yoshinobu "The Cunning" Kanemaru
"Mr. Extra Stiff" Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi "The BADASS" Morishima
Junior Stars vs. Inoue & Nagata (Real Japan Tag Team Tournament, Round 1, Match 3)

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