Category: Toryumon X

09/09/2004 – Toryumon X Final

9/9/2004
Tokyo, Korakuen Hall
Toryumon X Finale
1268 Attendance

1. 35th UWA Welterweight Champion Decision Match ~ Survivor of The Dragon Way
Takeshi Minaminno, Pineapple Hanai, Mango Fukuda vs. Mini CIMA, SUWAcito, Small Dandy Fujii vs. Murcielago, GALLARDO, Lambo Miura
①Mini CIMA (5:32 Triangle Mad Splash) Miura
☆Los Carros Exoticos eliminated
②Mango (7:55 Reverse Splash) Fuji
☆Mini Crazy MAX eliminated
③Pineapple (2:25 Jacknife Cradle) Mango
④Takeshi (8:01 Death Valley Bomb) Pineapple Hanai
☆Minamino becomes the 35th Champion
2. Shinjitsu Nohashi (4:19 Goku-raku Gatame) Manabu Murakami
3. King Ali Baba (6:30 Referee Stop) Karaoke Machine 2, Karaoke Machine #3
4. Yuji Nagata⭕, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kaz Hayashi (25:07 Nagata Lock 2) Ultimo Dragon❌, Manabu Nakanishi, Minoru Suzuki
5. 30th UWA 6 Man Tag Team Champion Decision Match: Jado⭕, Gedo, Katsushi Takemura (16:28 Crossface of JADO) Taiji Ishimori, Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌

Ultimo Dragon announced the end of the Toryumon X project. He thanked them for their efforts. The Sailor Boys performed Keep on Journey one more time to end it.


03/20/2004 – Toryumon X

3/20/2004
Aichi, Nagoya Tsuyuhashi Sports Center
1020 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi, Naoki Tanizaki⭕ (12:36 Backslide) Mango Fukuda, Pineapple Hanai❌
2. Karaoke Machine #2 (6:34 Moonsault Press) Lambo Miura
3. Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima (7:50 DQ) Kenichiro Arai, Koichiro Arai
4. Murcielago (10:53 Schoolboy) Manabu Murakami
5. Taiji Ishimori⭕, Shu Sato, Kei Sato (14:19 Superstar Elbow) Don Fujii, Mini CIMA, SUWAcito, Small Dandy Fuji❌


03/05/2004 – Toryumon X

3/5/2004
Tokyo, Differ Ariake
1000 Attendance

1. Mango Fukuda⭕, Pineapple Hanai (12:25 Reverse Splash) Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌
2. Koichiro Arai (7:40 Small Package Hold) Small Dandy Fujii
3. 3 Way Tag Match ~ Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima vs. Naoki Tanizaki, Genki Horiguchi vs. Lambo Miura, Murcielago
①Tanizaki (7:32 Backslide) Miura
②Mishima (9:28 DQ) Tanizaki
4. CIMA, Mini CIMA, SUWAcito⭕ (17:55 Golden Glove Cutback) Kenichiro Arai, Manabu Murakami, Second Doi❌
5. UWA Welterweight Title: Taiji Ishimori (22:42 Superstar Elbow) Takeshi Minaminno

Horiguchi talked about the situation in Toryumon Japan. Things were bad without Magnum & K-ness. around. He invited Tanizaki to come to the Toryumon Japan ring. He was happy to get the invitation but wasn’t satisfied with the results today. He asked Horiguchi to do the surfer team one more time, at the upcoming Nagoya show.


01/25/2004 – Toryumon X

1/25/2004
Tokyo, Differ Ariake
1800 Attendance

1. Mini CIMA⭕, SUWA, SUWAcito (15:09 Triangle Jump Mad Splash) Henry III Sugawara, Anthony W. Mori❌, Manabu Murakami
2. Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima (8:27 DQ) Murcielago, Lambo Miura❌
3. Genki Horiguchi (13:25 Beach Break) Naoki Tanizaki
4. Araken, Koichiro Arai⭕ (15:13 Schoolboy) Don Fujii, Small Dandy Fuji❌
5. Mango Fukuda⭕, Takeshi Minamino, Pineapple Hanai (13:05 Reverse Splash) Taiji Ishimori, Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌

Horiguchi was so impressed with Tanizaki that he told him he would once again put on his wetsuit and pull out his surfboard and team with Tanizaki on the 3/5 Toryumon X show.

Los Salseros Japones danced to salsa music after the main event until the Sailor Boys attacked them. They then performed “Keep on Journey” to a mixed reaction. Minamino challenged Ishimori to a UWA Welterweight title match, which was set for 3/5.


08/22/2003 – Toryumon X

8/22/2003
Tokyo, Differ Ariake
1750 Attendance

1. Naoki Tanizaki (9:43 Surfing Clutch) Kenichi Hanai
2. Kenichiro Arai, Koichiro Arai⭕ (8:31 Tobidashikyoudai) Takamichi Iwasa, Raimu Mishima❌
3. Don Fujii (7:47 Nice German) Henry III Sugawara
4. Takeshi Minaminno⭕, Mango Fukuda (13:46 Loco Cutter) Berlinetta Boxer, Murcielago❌
5. Taiji Ishimori⭕, Shu Sato, Manabu Murakami (17:30 Superstar Elbow) SUWA, Mini CIMA, SUWAcito, Small Dandy Fujii❌

The Sailor Boys performed their single “Keep on Journey” after the main event. While it was not a comfortable experience they promised to practice alongside their wrestling training with the eventual goal of making it onto the annual Kohaku Year-End Song Festival.