February 5, 2012 – Fukuoka, Japan

Open the Dream Gate Champion: CIMA
Open the Triangle Gate Champions: Vacant
Open the Brave Gate Champion: Ricochet
Open the Twin Gate Champions: BxB Hulk & Akira Tozawa
Open the Freedom Gate Champion: Johnny Gargano
Open the United Gate Champions: CIMA & Ricochet

The show starts with a recap of the Cyber Kong for CIMA swap into and out of Blood Warriors. Akira Tozawa has also been harassing Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito even though they’re a strong force for the team. Gamma was banished by force from Junction Three, so there’s disarray all over Dragon Gate.

Akira Tozawa {BW}, BxB Hulk {BW} & Cyber Kong {BW} vs. Masaaki Mochizuki {J3}, Shingo Takagi {J3} & YAMATO {J3}
No reason why this can’t be amazing. Everyone brawls to start. Kong slams YAMATO and hits an elbowdrop for 2. He puts on a chinlock. Hulk and Tozawa sandwich YAMATO with kicks. Hulk puts on a half crab. YAMATO gets to the ropes. He looks to be out, but it’s a rouse so he can hit Hulk with the spear. He punts and dropkicks Tozawa after absorbing a glancing enziguiri. Hulk intercepts Mochizuki’s missile dropkick with one of his own. Mochizuki comes back with chest kicks for Darkside Tension and a Sankakugeri for Kong. Takagi suplexes Tozawa for 2. The absorbs Tozawa’s chops but falls to a jab. He comes back with the DVD. Kong absorbs YAMATO’s dropkick. YAMATO blocks the Pineapple Bomber and puts on a cross armbreaker. Kong tries to power out so YAMATO puts on the sleeper hold. Takagi and Mochizuki put Darkside Tension in stereo Sharpshooters. Kzy runs in to make the save. Rich Swann dropkicks him to the floor, as always. Hulk and Mochizuki trade kicks. Hulk hits the Mouse. Mochizuki hits a buzzsaw kick. He takes Hulk down with a chest kick. He boots Hulk’s head off. Takagi hits the Gallon Throw. YAMATO hits the brainbuster for 2. Kong and Takagi trade lariats. Kong hits the Cyber Driver. Hulk hits the axe kick for 2. Hulk and Tozawa hit the dropkick/side suplex combo. YAMATO hits a dropkick. Kong hits the Cyber Combination for 2. YAMATO hits a miracle backdrop. Hulk hits an axe kick. Takagi hits the Pumping Bomber. Tozawa hits a side suplex. Mochizuki hits a missile dropkick. Kzy tries to help the Blood Warriors suplex Junction Three but Jimmy Kagetora takes them out and gives the edge to Junction. Mochizuki hits Tozawa with the Illusion and Shin Saikyou High Kick. Kong hits a German suplex. He hits Takagi with a lariat. YAMATO hits an enziguiri. Kong comes back with a lariat. This match is nuts. YAMATO puts on the sleeper hold. Hulk saves with the axe kick and Tozawa hits a German suplex. Kong hits the Cyber Bomb for the win at 14:39 shown of 23:16. That finish was brilliant, and showed how the trio of Hulk, Tozawa and Kong are going to dominate as heels without CIMA. The three of them as a 2012 evil New Hazard is exactly what Real Hazard should have been.
Rating: ****

After the match they hype the upcoming Blood Warriors vs. Junction Three Losing Team Disbands match.

Super Shenlong & Don Fujii vs. “Naoki Tanisaki” {BW} & Yasushi Kanda {BW} ends after “Tanisaki” hits Shenlong with the Implant. After the match Shenlong attacks Fujii and blames him for the loss.

Ryo Saito {BW} & Genki Horiguchi {BW} vs. Dragon Kid {J3} & Masato Yoshino {J3} ends after Kid counters the Premium Bridge to the Bible for the win. Tozawa attacks Horiguchi after the match. He spits at him too. Naruki Doi plays a neutral roll so Tozawa tears him down too.

CIMA © vs. Jimmy Susumu {J3} [Open the Dream Gate Championship Match]
Kevin Ford and gave this video commentary treatment, so I’m going to keep this short. Susumu starts the match off strong, targeting CIMA’s legs with repeated Ashi Yokosukas and a figure 4 leglock. CIMA comes back with an extended period of abuse to Susumu’s arm, which both serves to weaken all of Susumu’s major offense and give him time to recharge his legs for the Meteora. CIMA misses his first attempt at the Meteora, putting him in a lot of trouble. Because He and Susumu are so used to each other (it’s because of Susumu that CIMA invented the Schwein Redline in the first place) the champion has to come up with ways to disorient the challenger. He does so by peppering him with his own Jumbo no Kachi and Jumbo no Kachigatame and hitting the Meteora from the middle of the ropes. CIMA gets the win with the Venus, Gorinoclasm and Mad Splash at 17:02 shown of 28:46. This match is great on a few levels, the main one being that CIMA had always had success against Susumu in his Crazy Max/Blood Generation days, so he went back to what worked against him then. That is to say, he changed up his game and then used offense that put away dozens at the end of the Toryumon era and beginning of the Dragon Gate days. I loved this pretty hard, but wonder how much the clipping should be attributed to my enjoyment. Susumu was also CIMA’s first challenger back in 2004, and the beginning of the match both matches were almost identical. I was very bored with it the first time around and wasn’t bored watching this at all, probably because they cut out eleven minutes of dull arm and leg work. However, I can only judge what I saw and what I saw was great. CIMA needs to be careful though, he’s not a young guy and he’s doing a TON of damage to his knees using the Meteora and Mad Splash as much as he does.
Rating: ****¼

After the match CIMA puts Susumu over as a tough challenger. He also puts over Fujii and Stalker Ichikawa as the only allies he needs. He calls Kotoka, Eita Kobayashi and a yet-to-debut dojo boy to the ring. He smacks Kobayashi and tells him that he should be stealing shows. He tells Kotoka that even though he’s been on the main roster for a while he sees him as the same as Kobayashi, but then gives him a little praise before moving on. He asks the new guy what his name is and we find out its Kaga-something-or-other. He hypes him up a little bit too. Then he sends the crowd home with the typical promo.