January 18, 2011 – Tokyo, Japan

Open the Dream Gate Champion: Masato Yoshino
Open the Triangle Gate Champions: CIMA, Dragon Kid & Ricochet
Open the Brave Gate Champion: PAC
Open the Twin Gate Champions: Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii
Open the Freedom Gate Champion: BxB Hulk

Yasushi Kanda & Brodie Lee vs. Masaaki Mochizuki {Z} & Kenichiro Arai {Z}
Kanda attacks with the blue box before the bell. Arai hits Lee with a suicide dive. Kanda goes for the John Woo on Mochizuki a few times but can’t hit it. Mochizuki puts on an armbar. Lee hits him with an elbow. He hits a big bodyslam and then bodyslams Kanda onto Mochizuki. He places Kanda up top so he can hit the diving elbowdrop for 2. Arai hits Lee with a low blow and a headbutt. Lee’s head proves just as hard as Arai’s. He hits a big boot. Mochizuki brings him down with leg kicks. He hits a chest kick. Lee hits a lariat. He hits Kanda with an accidental avalanche. Arai hits the Alabamaslam on Kanda. Mochizuki hits a chest kick for 2. Lee slams Arai off the top rope. He hits both opponents with big boots. He hits Arai with the Truck Stop for 2. He hits a gutwrench powerbomb for the win at 4:12 shown of 7:28. Just there to show how dominant Lee is.
Rating: **¼

After the match Mochizuki tries to attack Lee but Kanda hits him with the blue box. Lee kicks Mochizuki ten feet away from the ring with a big boot.

Back in October, Naruki Doi and Naoki Tanisaki’s former Deep Drunkers teamed up to turn on World-1. Since then they’ve teamed up with Gamma and the WARRIORS to form a super heel group that seems to primarily want to destroy World-1, and to a lesser extent dominate Kamikaze and the Zetsurins as well. Cyber Kong was invited to join the group but declined, so Kamikaze get the first marquee match against the new group.

CIMA, Naruki Doi & Gamma vs. Cyber Kong {K}, YAMATO {K} & KAGETORA {K}
Doi and Kong start. Kong hits Doi with a shoulder tackle. He suplexes CIMA and Gamma. He works over Doi’s neck. YAMATO tries to keep that going but gets caught in the wrong corner. CIMA and Gamma hit a double back elbow. CIMA hits a hanging double stomp for 2. YAMATO is already spent. It turns out to be a ruse as he hits CIMA with a spear. He hits Gamma with and enziguiri. Kong cleans house. KAGETORA hits Doi with the leaping lariat. He hits an enziguiri for 2. Doi hits the crossbody to the back. He hits a Blue Thunder Bomb for 2. CIMA hits YAMATO with the Superdrol. He misses a double stomp. YAMATO puts on the anklelock. CIMA tries to escape so YAMATO puts on a cloverleaf. Gamma makes the save. He hits Kong with a back suplex. CIMA hits a missile dropkick. He hits YAMATO with the Venus and Iconoclasm. Gamma hits a basement dropkick. Doi hits the hanging senton for 2. Gamma hits a superkick. YAMATO hits a big boot. Gamma hits a lariat. He hits the Blitzen for 2. Kong wipes everyone out with an avalanche. He hits Doi with the Pineapple Bomber for 2. YAMATO hits the punt and a brainbuster for 2. KAGETORA hits the flying elbowdrop for 2. He hits the Hangetsu. CIMA and Gamma hit the double superkick and a double enziguiri. Doi hits the Dai Bosou. CIMA and Gamma hit the double Tokarev. Doi hits the Bakatare Sliding Kick for 2. CIMA and Gamma hit stereo suicide dives on YAMATO and Kong. KAGETORA blocks the Muscular Bomb but gets caught with a reverse DDT. Doi hits the Doi 555 and another Bakatare Sliding Kick for the win at 11:49 shown of 21:27. Good stuff here, as this Kamikaze trio has hit their stride. The new super heel team looked very good too, mixing the best of the Muscle Outlaw’z and Osaka ’06.
Rating: ***½

After the match CIMA and Doi bring out the rest of their team to decide on a name for the group. Doi suggests the Ultra Machine Guns but that gets shot down. CIMA wants to incorporate the word warriors into the name. He asks Doi what their first group together was called and Doi responds, “Blood Generation!” CIMA wants to call the group the Blood Warriors. Doi is all for it, so that’s the team’s name.

Masato Yoshino © {W1} vs. Don Fujii {Z} [Open the Dream Gate Championship Match]
Fujii demanded this title shot after he won the Open the Twin Gate belts with Mochizuki. The Zetsurins carry Fujii to the ring. Fujii smacks Yoshino to start. Yoshino returns the favor. Fujii avoids the supercharged dropkick. Yoshino hits it on his second try. He hits another dropkick. He hits a dropkick to the arm. Fujii hits a shoulder tackle and a double stomp to the back. He rams Yoshino into the post and hits a back suplex. He clotheslines Yoshino off the apron. He misses a dive and Yoshino regains control with a suicide dive. Fujii shoves the reveree so Yoshino jumps off of the referee’s back to hit Fujii with an elbow. Fujii almost gets counted out but returns to the ring at 19. Fujii blocks the Coumori once, but Yoshino gets it on his second try. Yoshino hits the Track & Field Dropkick. Fujii crotches Yoshino up top. He hits a Frankensteiner, almost breaking his own neck. He hits the chokeslam for 2. Yoshino hits a miracle backdrop. Fujii chops his neck. Yoshino hits the Sling Blade. He hits the shotgun dropkick for 2. Fujii blocks the Lightning Spiral and hits a lariat. Yoshino hits the Torbellino. He puts on the Sol Naciente. Fujii hits a slam and pins Yoshino for 2, escaping the hold. Yoshino hits the Ude Yoshino. He goes for the Avalanche Lightning Spiral but Fujii blocks it and hits the avalanche chokeslam. He hits the Nice German for 2. The crowd totally bought it. Fujii hits a lariat to the back and another German suplex. He hits another lariat to the back. He hits a DDT. He hits another lariat to the back and debuts the Nice Tiger for 2. He hits two more lariats. Yoshino hits another Ude Yoshino. He hits the Torbellino. He hits another Torbellino. Fuji counters the Sol Naciente to the Gedo Clutch for the closest 2 count of all time. Mochizuki even gets in the ring to argue with the referee about it. That was amazing. Fujii hits the Chasing Lariat. He gets a sunset flip for 2. The crowd is going crazy. Yoshino counters la magistral to a school boy for 2. He blocks the Gedo Clutch and gets the Riverina Special for the win at 16:00 shown of 23:56. Yoshino won this one by the skin of his teeth. After a difficult start Fujii had this one in the bag, and Yoshino had to fight from behind the whole way to keep up. I really dug this, and it made Fujii look like a master even while losing.
Rating: ****

After the match Mochizuki challenges Yoshino for the title. Yoshino says that Mochizuki deserves a shot given their history. The Blood Warriors come out to dispute this match. CIMA wants Gamma to get the title match. Gamma says he will entertain Mochizuki with a Dream Key Match, but Brodie Lee will wrestle as his proxy in it. Lee vs. Mochizuki is made for February 10th. If Lee wins Gamma gets a title shot, and if Mochizuki wins he gets the title shot. Yoshino asks CIMA why PAC was targeted by the Immortal masks. Yagi makes a World-1 vs. Blood Warriors PAC contra PAC match, with the winner getting PAC. That match will also happen on February 10th.

The show ends with Yoshino’s charity auction on January 9th. He gave away his World-1 silver and gold Speed Star singlet.