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FINAL BURNING in Budokan (Kenta Kobashi retirement show) - 11 май 2013


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Earlier today the legendary Kenta Kobashi held a press conference at the NOAH offices to announce that his retirement show will be held on May 11th at the Nippon Budokan. The event will be called "FINAL BURNING in Budokan" and will be a joint production between Kobashi and Pro-Wrestling NOAH.

Originally, Kobashi wanted to hold his retirement show in February but he said that he will need a few more months than originally planned to prepare for his final match. He added that his neck is doing better and that he wants to spend February to April training and preparing for the upcoming match. He wants to take his time in training and he is not looking to rush things. He said he chose the Nippon Budokan as the arena for the show because it means a lot to his career and means a lot to pro wrestling. Kobashi has not decided yet on who else will be in his final match but he looks to have the show be almost like a festival with more than just one match to look forward to seeing.

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У топ 3 на най-големите ми любимци за сички времена у живота ми. Не можем с думи да опишем чувствата ми към тоя човек. Дълбок поклон!!!

Има ли некаква идея кои че са противниците и партньора му? Съмнявам се да е 1в1.

П.С. - И има ли неква връзка това ROH лого у бакграунда?

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И има ли неква връзка това ROH лого у бакграунда?

Снимката е от офисa на NOAH. На стената в офиса освен логото на NOAH стоят и логотата на федерациите, с които NOAH имат взаимоотношения (ROH, AAA, т.н.).

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У топ 3 на най-големите ми любимци за сички времена у живота ми. Не можем с думи да опишем чувствата ми към тоя човек. Дълбок поклон!!!

Има ли некаква идея кои че са противниците и партньора му? Съмнявам се да е 1в1.

П.С. - И има ли неква връзка това ROH лого у бакграунда?

 

На 1-во место е Misawa, нали ? 

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Първият обявен мач за шоуто/retirement мачът на Kobashi:

Kenta Kobashi, Keiji Muto, Kensuke Sasaki & Jun Akiyama vs. Go Shiozaki, KENTA, Maybach Taniguchi & Yoshinobu Kanemaru

Между другото, шоуто беше разпродадено отдавна и то по-бързо, от което и да е било друго шоу в тази зала от доста години насам. И при това без никакви обявени мачове или участници (с изключение на самия Kobashi, разбира се). :)

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NOAH "FINAL BURNING IN BUDOKAN"

May 11th, 2013

Tokyo Nippon Budokan

1. Feel the Dangerzone: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Hitoshi Kumano

2. This is the NOAH Junior: SUWA & Genba Hirayanagi vs. Taiji Ishimori & Atsushi Kotoge

- Kenta Kobashi Retirement Ceremony

3. BURNING vs. BURNING: Tamon Honda & Kentaro Shiga vs. Kotaru Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki

4. Js Spirits vs Revolution: Takeshi Morishima & Masao Inoue vs. Genichiro Tenryu & Yoshinari Ogawa

5. NOAH vs. NJPW: Takashi Sugiura, Mohammed Yone & Akitoshi Saito vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata & Satoshi Kojima

6. Four Men GET Together: Naomichi Marufuji & Minoru Suzuki vs. NO FEAR (Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori)

7. FINAL BURNING in Budokan - Kenta Kobashi Retirerment Match: Kenta Kobashi, Keiji Muto, Jun Akiyama & Kensuke Sasaki vs. Go Shiozaki, KENTA, Maybach Taniguchi & Yoshinobu Kanemaru

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NOAH "FINAL BURNING IN BUDOKAN" (PPV)

May 11th, 2013

Tokyo Nippon Budokan

17,000 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Feel the Dangerzone: Masanobu Fuchi beat Hitoshi Kumano (6:18) with a Backdrop Suplex.

2. This is the NOAH Junior: Taiji Ishimori & Atsushi Kotoge beat SUWA & Genba Hirayanagi (8:44) with a 450 Splash by Ishimori on SUWA.

3. BURNING vs. BURNING: Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki beat Tamon Honda & Kentaro Shiga (11:28) with an Endless Waltz by Suzuki on Shiga.

4. Js Spirits vs. Revolution Special Tag Match: Genichiro Tenryu & Yoshinari Ogawa beat Takeshi Morishima & Masao Inoue (8:38) with a School Boy by Ogawa on Inoue after a Chop by Tenryu.

5. NOAH vs. NJPW Special Six Man Tag Match: Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata & Satoshi Kojima beat Takashi Sugiura, Mohammed Yone & Akitoshi Saito (14:22) with a High Fly Flow by Tanahashi on Saito.

6. Four Men GET Together Special Tag Match: Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori beat Minoru Suzuki & Naomichi Marufuji (18:23) with an Axe Bomber by Omori on Suzuki.

7. FINAL BURNING in Budokan - Kenta Kobashi Retirerment Match: Kenta Kobashi, Keiji Muto, Jun Akiyama & Kensuke Sasaki beat Go Shiozaki, KENTA, Maybach Taniguchi & Yoshinobu Kanemaru (39:59) with a Moonsault Press by Kobashi on Kanemaru.

Tons of streamers for Kobashi's introduction in the main event (and more after the match). Huge Kobashi chants. A lot of people in the crowd were crying. Kobashi had a GHC Heavyweight Title with him. Long match. The fans loved it. Akiyama and KENTA were crying during the post-match celebration. At one point Kobashi's wife and mother joined him in the ring. Kobashi asked for a 10-bell salute in honor of the late Mitsuharu Misawa because he couldn't have a retirement match.

Kobashi's actual retirement ceremony took place after the second match. The people who were part of it were: Yoshihiko Noda (a former Japanese Prime Minister), Toshiaki Kawada, Akira Taue, Masahiro Chono, Hiroshi Hase, Stan Hansen (via video message), Johnny Ace (via video message), Mitsuo Momota (former AJPW/NOAH wrestler and son of the legendary Rikodozan), Asuka Kuramochi (a member of the popular Japanese girl group AKB48), Terry Ito (a movie director), Kazuo Tokumitsu (a NTV announcer), Akira Fukuzawa (a former NTV announcer) and one of Kobashi's high school teachers.

The legendary All Japan referee Kyohei Wada refereed the 6th match.

Tanahashi did a special air guitar performance in honor of Kobashi.

Masahiro Chono joined the announce team during the 5th match and for the main event.

Jumbo Tsuruta's theme song was played after the 4th match ended.

Ishimori may have been injured in the 2nd match as he was carried out on a stretcher.

Hayabusa opened the show, offering his respects for Kobashi's big day.

In addition to airing live on PPV the show also aired live in select movie theaters nationwide.

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