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W-1 Outbreak (TNA Global Impact Japan) - 2 март 2014


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WRESTLE-1 & Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling

"Outbreak" (TNA One Night Only)

March 2nd, 2014

Tokyo, Japan

Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall)

TNA vs. W-1: TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match

Magnus © vs. KAI

TNA vs. W-1: 3-Way Match for the TNA World Tag Team Championship

The Wolves (Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards) © vs. Team 246 (Shuji Kondo & Kaz Hayashi) vs. The BroMans (Robbie E & Jessie Godderz)

TNA vs. W-1: TNA X Division Championship Match

Austin Aries © vs. Seiya Sanada

TNA vs. W-1: Special 6-Man Tag Team Match

Keiji Muto, Rob Terry & ??? vs. Samoa Joe, Rene Dupree & Masayuki Kono

TNA vs. W-1

Bobby Roode vs. Masakatsu Funaki

TNA vs. W-1

Abyss vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

TNA vs. W-1

Bad Influence (Kazarian & Christopher Daniels) vs. Junior Stars (Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto)

TNA Knockouts Match

Gail Kim vs. Madison Rayne

NJPW vs. W-1: Special Singles Match

Satoshi Kojima vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue

Also on the show:

Hiroshi Yamato

Manabu Soya

Ryota Hama

Andy Wu

Seiki Yoshioka





Ryoji Sai


В Япония шоуто ще бъде излъчено на живо, обаче не по някоя от двете телевизии, които излъчват W-1, а по телевизията, която излъчва TNA.

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По време на днешната пресконференция The BroMans настояха да бъдат добавени към мача за отборните титли. Keiji Muto (W-1 президент) и John Gaburick (TNA вицепрезидент) се съгласиха.

Легендарният Kenta Kobashi ще бъде гост-коментатор за японското излъчване на шоуто.

Снимки от пресконференцията (която беше излъчена на живо по телевизията в Япония):



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March 2nd, 2014

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

5,800 Fans

1. NOSAWA Rongai, MAZADA & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Hiroshi Yamato, Andy Wu & Daiki Inaba (3:38) with a Million Dollar Buster by Miyamoto on Inaba.

2. Ryota Hama beat Kikutaro (2:32) with a Raiden Drop.

3. Manabu Soya & Seiki Yoshioka beat Ryouji Sai & KAZMA SAKAMOTO (6:10) with a Wild Bomber by Soya on SAKAMOTO.

4. Special Singles Match: Satoshi Kojima beat Yasufumi Nakanoue (9:04) with a Lariat.

5. WRESTLE-1 vs. TNA Tag Match: Christopher Daniels & Kazarian beat Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto (10:43) when Daniels pinned Tanaka after a Bad Elimination.

6. TNA Women's Wrestling Offer Match: Gail Kim beat Madison Rayne (5:26) with an Eat Defeat.

7. WRESTLE-1 vs. TNA Singles Match: Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Abyss ended in a Double Disqualification (6:45) when Abyss bodyslammed Takayama on thumbtacks.

8. WRESTLE-1 vs. TNA Singles Match: Masakatsu Funaki beat Bobby Roode (11:38) with an Ankle Hold.

9. WRESTLE-1 vs TNA Special Six Man Tag Match: Keiji Muto, Rob Terry & Taiyo Kea beat Samoa Joe, Masayuki Kono & Rene Dupree (13:34) with a Shining Wizard by Muto on Dupree.

10. TNA World Tag Team Title 3-Way Match: Robbie E & Jessie Godderz beat Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards © and Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo (12:45) when Godderz pinned Hayashi after a Bro Down - Title change!

11. TNA X-Division Title: Seiya Sanada beat Austin Aries © (17:40) with a Rounding Body Press - Title change!

12. TNA World Heavyweight Title: Magnus © beat KAI (14:37) with a Diving Elbow Drop.

The show was broadcast live on G+ (the channel that broadcasts IMPACT WRESTLING and TNA PPVs in Japan). The show will air in the United States and the rest of the world later this year.

The legendary Kenta Kobashi was part of the commentary team for the show. Keiji Muto joined the commentary team later in the show.

W-1 announced their next big events will be on May 4th in Tokyo Dome City Hall and then a return to Sumo Hall on July 6th.

Magnus showed respect to KAI after their match.

By winning the X Division Title Sanada became the first male Japanese wrestler to ever hold a TNA championship. He's making his TNA debut at next Sunday's Lockdown PPV in Miami.

Muto and Terry's mystery tag team partner turned out to be ex-AJPW star Taiyo Kea. Kea becomes the latest wrestler to leave All Japan and join WRESTLE-1 (17 wrestlers so far). Up until last year Kea had spent his entire career as an AJPW-contracted wrestler and was one of only 3 wrestlers who decided to stay in AJPW when Misawa formed NOAH back in 2000.

The stipulation of the 6-man tag was that if Muto gets beat he will have to retire. Muto won the match for his team after Joe turned on Kono because he wanted nothing to do with Desperado's heel tactics (other members of Desperado had interfered and were holding Muto for Dupree to hit him with a steel chair).

After his big win over Roode, Funaki stated that he wants to face Kurt Angle at the next Sumo Hall show.

The live TV broadcast kicked off with Kono (accompanied by Joe and Dupree) saying that he's done his research and there were no big names who could be Muto's mystery partner. He then vowed to beat Muto and end his career.

The dance group Cheer-1 kicked off the show.

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