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Akitoshi Saito vs Kinya Okada
WINNER: Akitoshi Saito with the Suicludees (10 minutes, 28 seconds)
Naomichi Marufuji, Hi69 & Minoru Tanaka vs 50 Funky Powers (Mohammed Yone, Quiet Storm) & Sonico
WINNER: Hi69 with the Stuka Splash on Sonico (11 minutes, 17 seconds)
Katsuhiko Nakajima vs Masao Inoue
WINNER: Katsuhiko Nakajima with the Vertical Spike (12 minutes, 5 seconds)
Kumaxiz (Go Shiozaki & Hitoshi Kumano) vs The Sugiura Army (Takashi Sugiura & Hajime Ohara)
WINNER: Takashi Sugiura with the Olympic Slam on Hitoshi Kumano (17 minutes, 49 seconds)
STINGER (Yoshinari Ogawa, Kotaro Suzuki, Atsushi Kotoge & Chris Ridgeway) vs RATELS (HAYATA, Daisuke Harada, Tadasuke & YO-HEY)
~ Match started with a four man brawl
WINNER: Kotaro Suzuki with the Boston Crab on Kotaro Suzuki (13 minutes, 22 seconds)
Kaito Kiyomiya, Shuhei Taniguchi & Kinya Okada vs Kongoh (Kenoh, Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura)
WINNER: Kenoh with the diving footstamp on Junta Miyawaki (18 minutes, 17 seconds)
PICTURE CREDIT: Noah GHC
NOAH'S NEXT SHOW: Monday 20th October, Korakuen Hall
In order to get ahead of the weather, the ring crew left at midnight on the 12th October to get to Kobe before the worst of the typhoon slammed into Japan. So they had time to get home, have a meal, a wash and then sleep for a few hours. After a five hour journey they arrived in Kobe ahead of time and the weather, but, they couldn't check until the hotel until 3pm. As for the roster, some of them traveled up on the 12th October (and hunkered down in the hotel), others came the day after early in the morning via Shinkansen.
Because of the destruction the typhoon had caused, Noah had asked people again, to take into consideration the travel difficulties they may face getting to the arena, but it looked like they had a very good turnout. I am afraid at the time of writing I do not know the attendance (the main site is going through an aggravating time where it is not announced).
Noah ran a lottery with the first prize being a t-shirt Naomichi Marufuji had drawn caricatures of the roster on (other prizes included a coin purse, a sticker that you could chose).
The nodding Shiba was back on the merchandise stand, with Naomichi Marufuji signing autographs, and the NOAH'S ARK FC being manned by YO-HEY, Sonico and Kaito Kiyomiya.
Minoru Tanaka vs Hitoshi Kumano
Good opening match, with Kumano said to be consistently good from the start to the finish.
Minoru Tanaka had signed the cap of his water bottle, and threw it to a little boy in the crowd.
WINNER: Minoru Tanaka with the Minoru Special (7 minutes, 31 seconds)
The Return of The Dark Agents (Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue) vs 50 Funky Powers (Mohammed Yone & Quiet Storm)
WINNER: Mohammed Yone with the Funky Buster Bomb on Masao Inoue (8 minutes, 3 seconds)
YO-HEY vs Sonico
WINNER: YO-HEY with the Facial G (9 minutes, 30 seconds)
STINGER (Yoshinari Ogawa, Atsushi Kotoge & Chris Ridgeway) vs HAYATA, Daisuke Harada & Tadasuke
Despite not being part of the match because he was seconding his teammates, YO-HEY joined in with Tadasuke's entry, and struck a usually exuberant pose on the turnbuckle. Not sure why he was later seen on the apron, pulling down HAYATA'S hood though...
Tadasuke was wearing the aviator shades again, but he had gone back to his old style pants (no stars today).
No Kotaro Suzuki today either (as due to his own schedule being a freelancer he was unavailable), so Ogawa wore both the belts.
WINNER: Yoshinari Ogawa with the backdrop on Tadasuke (12 minites, 57 seconds)
Afterwards, both teams (including YO-HEY) had a stare standoff.
The Sugiura Army (Takashi Sugiura, Hajime Ohara, NOSAWA Rongai & Kinya Okada) vs Naomichi Marufuji, Shuhei Taniguchi, Hi69 & Junta Miyawaki.
There was little boy (probably no more than six or seven) who was standing by the entrance wearing a Sugiura Army t-shirt, got a handslap from Sugiura.
During the match Kinya Okada attached Shuhei Taniguchi (as one fan put it "he tried"), Naomichi Marufuji and Takashi Sugiura faced off in a chop war.
Despite not getting his win over one of his seniors, Junta Miyawaki was said to be growing.
WINNER: Takashi Sugiura with the Olympic Slam on Junta Miyawaki (21 minutes, 43 seconds)
Kaito Kiyomiya & AXIZ vs Kongoh (Kenoh, Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura).
Vicious fights broke out between Kenoh and Kaito Kiyomiya, and Katsuhiko Nakajima and Masa Kitamiya. Said to be a very fast match with good co-operation between AXIZ and Kiyomiya for their first outing as a tentative team.
WINNER: Kaito Kiyomiya with the Stretch Plum Facelock on Yoshiki Inamura (21 minutes, 18 seconds)
After the match Kaito Kiyomiya (after holding up the belt to Kenoh, and after Kenoh had stamped off swearing at him), made a sweet speech to the audience, he spoke about the typhoon and thanked everyone for coming out and how he hoped that people would be encouraged by the power of professional wrestling.
WITH THANKS TO: ℜℑ✞𝔖𝔄, NOAH BOY'S father, RealNGreen, T.Ogawa, Junichi Yamashita
PICTURE CREDIT: Noah GHC
NOAH'S NEXT EVENT: Kanazawa Distribution Hall, 14th October 2019
"Nothing is going to stop me"
Typhoon Hagibis is one of the worst typhoons to hit Japan in recent years, with rail services, airways, the Rugby World Cup, Formula 1 and some wrestling promotions cancelling their various products (I think it may have been a different story had Noah been in the countryside on Saturday which is when the typhoon is expecting to slam into Japan). Noah, however, did not cancel and the show went ahead as planned, although the promotion did make a point of pleading with people that they shouldn't come out if it put them in danger, especially in a town that is besides the ocean. As late as it was when they got back to Tokyo, Noah started fortifying their homes against what was to come.
I am unsure at the time of writing how many people came to the show, but the venue looked very fall, and people who attended commented on how hot it got.
Kaito Kiyomiya, Daisuke Harada and HAYATA (who hid behind the belt, while most people have it on their shoulder), manned the Noah's Ark Photoclub pictures, and Takashi Sugiura was on merchandise duty.
Atsushi Kotoge vs Hitoshi Kumano
Atsushi Kotoge fled from the ring at one point due to Kumano's ferocious attack, and so Kumano sat on the ropes to hold them open for him.
WINNER:Atsushi Kotoge with the Backslide Pin* (10 minutes, 39 seconds)
*In Japanese this is known as "Upside Down"
STINGER (Yoshinari Ogawa, Kotaro Suzuki & Chris Ridgeway) vs Minoru Tanaka, Junta Miyawaki & Sonico.
"See you at Sumo Hall"
Prior to the event starting, Chris Ridgeway took to his Twitter to say that today in this match he had his sights set on Minoru Tanaka, prior to their match at Sumo Hall.
Tanaka responded with posting angry faces.
At the start of the match, Yoshinari Ogawa started complaining again. His gripe this time was about SONICO being in a mask (which he didn't really trust), and then he went on to torture Junta Miyawaki. Ridgeway vs Miyawaki raised the heat in the all ready hot hall with the crowd on fire for it.
WINNER: Chris Ridgeway via submission "The Riddy Special" on Sonico (13 minutes, 3 seconds)
After the match Minoru Tanaka and Chris Ridgeway squared up, with Tanaka doing the finger point at Ridgeway...
Shiro Koshinaka & The Return of The Dark Agents (Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue) vs 50 Funky Powers (Mohammed Yone & Quiet Storm) & Seiya Morohashi.
Exciting match with Mohammed Yone and Shiro Koshinaka brawling in the crowd, at which point Koshinaka dared touch Yone's afro...
Seiya Morohashi provoked Koshinka, but at the start of the match with The Return of The Dark Agents standing on the ring apron, the three opponents were still in it and facing Koshinaka. Koshinaka expressed surprise at three people.
WINNER: Shiro Koshinaka with a powerbomb on Seiya Morohashi (9 minutes, 7 seconds)
AXIZ (Katsuhiko Nakajima & Go Shiozaki) vs Shuhei Taniguchi & Hi69.
Hi69 pulled out a lot of high flying maneuvers, and Taniguchi and Shiozaki squared up and hammered the hell out of each other.
Katsuhiko Nakajima kicked Hi69 with a somewhat vicious looking kick when he walked casually along the ring apron, and knocked him down to the floor.
WINNER: Go Shiozaki with the Gowan Lariat on Hi69 (16 minutes)
The Sugiura Army (Takashi Sugiura, Hajime Ohara & Kinya Okada) vs Kongoh (Kenoh, Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura)
After bouncing off the ropes and crashing into Masa Kitamiya (and vice versa), Takashi Sugiura was knocked down, and he rolled over and tagged in Kinya Okada by telling him that, "the old man is tired".
Very good interaction between Kinya Okada and Yoshiki Inamura
WINNER: Yoshiki Inamura with the Splash Mountain on Kinya Okada (17 minutes, 42 seconds)
Kaito Kiyomiya, HAYATA & Daisuke Harada vs Naomichi Marufuji, Tadasuke & YO-HEY.
Naomichi Marufuji looked very happy today in this very rare card as he got to join in with Tadasuke's fist pose (with no Daisuke Harada to stop him), but his elated mood didn't seem to last for long as he turned his back on Kaito Kiyomiya when he held the GHC Heavyweight belt up, and was seen to be glaring at him later. After that when they were in the ring together, he "dog eared" Kiyomiya. I am unsure of the interaction between Marufuji and Harada, but they were said to be amusing, so it seems that they haven't quite buried the hatchet yet.
WINNER: YO-HEY with the YO-ROLL on HAYATA (18 minutes, 12 seconds)
After the match (after Naomichi Marufuji had slunk away) YO-HEY got on the microphone and addressed HAYATA, saying to Wife (HAYATA) that it was going to be "the same" at Sumo Hall, and yes, he said "same" because he knew that HAYATA did not like to speak and was not going to do it.
Then, after the handshake between YO-HEY & HAYATA (HAYATA looking weary), RATELS left the ring.
Then Kongoh came marching to the ring, led by a very angry looking Kenoh (Noah should have played "March of The Empire"), and got in the ring to face Kiyomiya. Kiyomiya then had his arms grabbed by Masa Kitamiya and Yoshiki Inamura, and forced to his knees.
Kenoh bent down so he was almost face to face with him, grabbed Kiyomiya's hair, and on the microphone started screaming at him. I am afraid I don't know what Kenoh said, but he looked almost demonic, he was that angry. In fact so angry, he said that Sumo Hall was in December!
It was AXIZ who came to the rescue (Fans are wondering why Taniguchi did not come to the rescue), and everyone squared up to each other in the ring; the brothers\senior students Katsuhiko Nakajima & Masa Kitamiya, the blonde brothers Kenoh and Kaito Kiyomiya, and finally Go Shiozaki and Yoshiki Inamura.
Kenoh spoke, "You three....handsome guys, but you have no heart. We have belief."
Kiyomiya replied that it was pointless for Kenoh (he didn't add "San") to hold a grudge against LIDET, (he later said you could not make a bright future if you held one), and he himself liked LIDET, the same way he liked the atmosphere in the hall today. He vowed to defeat Kenoh at Sumo Hall.
Kongoh retreated, and Kiyomiya shook hands with AXIZ against their common enemies (Kongoh are challenging for all three heavyweight belts, with Kiyomiya of course being the GHC Heavyweight champion that Kenoh is challenging for, and AXIZ holding the GHC Heavyweight tag belts which THE TOUGH are challenging for).
After the match, Kiyomiya went round the hall shaking hands with everyone
WITH THANKS TO: Metal Noah, Abeshin, Yama, Gong Ex, Hae, Mekun, Teshi, Shikazu, Naoki
PICTURE CREDIT: Noah GHC, PKDK, Yoshiki Inamura
NOAH'S NEXT SHOW: Sunday 13th, Kobe Sambo Hall
EVENT RECAP ~ PREMIUM PRELUDE, OYAMA CITY CULTURAL CENTER SMALL HALL, OYAMA, TOCHIGI (NIGHT 2, 9TH OCTOBER 2019)
"PREMIUM PRELUDE 2019" took another step towards the big event at Sumo Hall today when Noah bought the show to Oyama City Cultural Center Small Hall, Oyama, Tochigi.
Although the venue was not the easiest to get to, it was said to have that bucolic "big sky feel" (this basically means that the sky is so immense, it dwarfs everything else), and it had a scent of earth from the mountains in the air. Katsuhiko Nakajima commented later on the soft night autumn breeze (at 3am), Atsushi Kotoge talked about the beautiful shrine and scenery, and RATELS probably spent the evening playing "Dragon Quest", with YO-HEY commenting how great it was for "raids" in the area.
Inside the venue someone (probably Hajime Ohara) had bought a Shiba Inu plush and sat it on top of the Sugiura Army t-shirts. The plush was also voice activated and so it nodded and made barking noises. Hajime Ohara naturally was activating it when he was on merchandise duty after the event.
The 50 Funky Powers Disco Ball was also dangling from the ceiling, but sadly it did not spin today.
Noah's trainee was at ringside, one fan called out to him wishing him luck for his (eventual) debut.
AXIZ (who have both had their hair cut, which almost makes them a less insane version of HAYATA & YO-HEY who tend to do the same thing) and Naomichi Marufuji manned the Noah Ark fan club pictures today.
Unfortunately, I don't have any details on the main event aside from who won, or today's attendance as Noah have not updated the official site.
Junta Miyawaki vs Kinya Okada
Junta Miyawaki (complete with new arm submission maneuver) defeated Kinya Okada. He didn't defeat a senior, rather someone who he is senior to, but nevertheless this is his first singles win and his first step towards getting a foothold and defeating one of his seniors.
Kenoh and Masao Inoue were seen watching.
WINNER: Junta Miyawaki via submisson with Arm Criss-Cross (7 minutes, 42 seconds)
Hitoshi Kumano vs Sonico
"Sonico today was the best I have seen".
Sonico (clad in black which suited him) was said to have had an outstanding singles match today, even if he did bite Hitoshi Kumano at one point!
Some of the roster were seen watching.
WINNER: Hitoshi Kumano with the Argentinian German Suplex Hold (7 minutes, 14 seconds)
STINGER (Yoshinari Ogawa, Kotaro Suzuki, Kotaro Suzuki and Chris Ridgeway) vs RATELS (HAYATA, Daisuke Harada, Tadasuke & YO-HEY)
RATELS entered to Tadasuke's music.
Very fast paced match which apparently even the official ringside photographers had trouble with as both RATELS and STINGER (including the Baba generation Yoshinari Ogawa) moved at the speed of light. However, STINGER were back to their old tricks, and the match went to a count-out between the arch rivals, Yoshinari Ogawa and Daisuke Harada. The high spot of the match was YO-HEY & HAYATA doing a coordinated double somersault over the top rope to the outside on STINGER who were fighting with Tadasuke and Daisuke Harada.
Yoshinari "Rat Boy" Ogawa was up to his old tricks again, as he pulled Harada out of the ring again as the count neared twenty. Afterwards another fight broke out, which ended with Ogawa driving his knee repeatedly into Harada's crotch.
WINNER: Yoshinari Ogawa after Daisuke Harada was counted out (13 minutes, 51 seconds)
Kenoh (as we will see later) wasn't the only one to complain of favoritism, Ogawa accused RATELS of it, especially since YO-HEY asked and was given a rematch against HAYATA (which in all fairness HAYATA did say that he could have), and Daisuke Harada and Tadasuke were given a rematch for the tag titles.
Interestingly, Ogawa kept up his tirade about the juniors being neglected for the heavyweights. Ogawa is the most senior of the juniors and indeed on the roster, so his words are going to have clout.
The Sugiura Army (Takashi Sugiura & Hajime Ohara) vs The Return of The Dark Agents (Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue)
Naturally, Takashi Sugiura (a dog loving cyborg) vs Masao Inoue (an old bumbling veteran with gout, who once boarded an internal flight with his belongings in a trash bag), is very funny, and today was no exception. The audience were very amused by their interaction today, although Sugiura was probably a little less impressed by Inoue, who tried to use his wind up punch on him.
Hajime Ohara (who seems to be having a lot of heavyweight matches recently for someone who is a proud junior) did his own version of the Katsuhiko Nakajima rope choke. He also smooshed Masao Inoue's face around!
WINNER: Takashi Sugiura with the schoolboy pin on Masao Inoue (10 minutes, 55 seconds)
AXIZ (Katsuhiko Nakajima & Go Shiozaki) & Naomichi Marufuji vs Shuhei Taniguchi & 50 Funky Powers (Mohammed Yone & Quiet Storm)
Naomichi Marufuji seemingly managed to get along with AXIZ (although it was uneasy and I don't think they attacked him), but one lucky fan managed to snap a picture of Marufuji with an evil grin when he got Taniguchi in a headlock.
Quiet Storm went toe to toe with Marufuji, exchanging chops, and he managed to knock him down.
WINNER: Katsuhiko Nakajima with the Vertical Spike on Quiet Storm (14 minutes, 44 seconds)
Kaito Kiyomiya, Hi69 & Minoru Tanaka vs Kongoh (Kenoh, Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura)
Kongoh found themselves huddling in a corner before the match began as a local Idol group entered the ring, and handed Kaito Kiyomiya's team some flowers. They also posed for pictures with them.
Kenoh called this "a power play" and later "bullying and harassment by LIDET" and after the match addressed the crowd saying that when he returned to Oyama, he would be bringing the belt he would defeat Kiyomiya for at Sumo Hall, so LIDET (and the Oyama fuckers) had better start putting together his bouquet!
WINNER: Masa Kitamiya with the win over Hi69
WITH THANKS TO: Abeshin, Shu, Yui Fujisawa, Annuko, Kanita Metal, Ezomania
PICTURE CREDIT: Noah GHC, PKDX, Quiet Storm, YO-HEY, Kaito Kiyomiya
NOAH'S NEXT SHOW: Friday 11th October at Yokohama Radiant Halls
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Noah started off the build up to Sumo Hall on November 2nd with a chaotic show at Korakuen Hall. I am afraid that I don't know today's attendance, but I know that a lot of people came to swell the excellent looking turnout for a Thursday evening by coming at a run from work, and some bought people with them who had never seen professional wrestling before. There were even small children in the crowd (Noah understand how important it is that parents bring their children, and the promotion has always been very conscious of its young fans).
Getting to an event early can be rewarding because you can sit and watch the Noah's Ark Fan club session going on, the wrestlers who will sometimes be training in the ring before the event starts, and if you are very lucky, you can sit and watch Yoshinari Ogawa holding one of his classes for the roster in technique. Today, however, only Fujita was seen.
At the interval for today's show, Noah announced there would be a major announcement on the monitors...
The Return of The Dark Agents (Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue) vs Junta Miyawaki & Sonico
Very sadly, Junta Miyawaki did not fulfill his ambition today to defeat one of his seniors. He was also given an out of ring piledriver by Akitoshi Saito.
WINNER: Akitoshi Saito with the Sickle Death on Junta Miyawaki (10 minutes, 24 seconds)
Akitoshi Saito pranked Masao Inoue after the match by making him pose, Inoue rumbled him when he didn't join in, and pointed at a laughing Saito.
The Sugiura Army (KAZMA SAKAMOTO, Hajime Ohara & Kinya Okada) vs 50 Funky Powers (Mohammed Yone & Quiet Storm) & Rocky Kawamura
WINNER: Quiet Storm with the 50cm lariat on Kinya Okada (8 minutes, 39 seconds)
STINGER (Atsushi Kotoge & Chris Rigdeway) vs HAYATA & YO-HEY.
YO-HEY with purple and peroxide blonde hair today (who looked happy to have "Wife" back), HAYATA returned from influenza but was looking a little washed out and tired.
Fans bought special streamers that they had made for Chris Ridgeway, and Atsushi Kotoge was looking slightly manic (and singing along to theme music, or else talking to himself) when he made his entry. Fans want to see a happier Kotoge (not necessarily a manic one).
WINNER: YO-HEY with the Facial G on Chris Ridgeway (10 minutes, 17 seconds)
"The Married Couple" managed to get on well after the match, and YO-HEY didn't try to wind HAYATA up. Instead there was the usual hug, and HAYATA holding the belt up to YO-HEY as they shook hands.
Naomichi Marufuji & Masaaki Mochizuki vs Hi69 & Minoru Tanaka
Naomichi Marufuji was somewhat sadistic in this match. According to one fan he slammed Hi69's head in the iron gate of the barriers, and then kicked it. Hi69 was also chopped to shreds by him (no wonder he went out and got drunk afterwards).
WINNER: Masaaki Mochizuki with the Mochizuki Twister on Hi69 (14 minutes, 36 seconds)
After the match, Minoru Tanaka was presented with a bouquet of flowers in honor of this being the 25th year of his debut (his debut is actually in January, but he had two events to mark it this year). Naomichi Marufuji thanked him for coming to Noah, and said that the Noah Juniors were the strongest.
Then came the big announcements as the screen flashed into life and LIDET'S chairman, Riki Choshu appeared. Choshu announced that LIDET were creating a new heavyweight belt, this one (red) would be called the "National Championship" and would be inaugurated at Sumo Hall by a championship match between Takashi Sugiura and Michael Elgin.
The fans are divided over the new belt however, and I have no doubt that with the heavyweights getting both a new GHC Heavyweight belt and a new championship belt, the juniors will start to cause a fuss.
Noah also announced that they would be holding three produce shows:
The Sugiura Army would run theirs on 27th December at Korakuen Hall
RATELS would run their second one on 24th November at Shinkiba First Ring (fans hope that they will do one in Osaka, it is after all their spiritual home, if only one of them comes from the city itself).
Kongoh would run theirs on 14th December at Shinkiba First Ring, BUT unlike the others Kongoh's come with a stipulation; if they don't sell out Shinkiba First Ring, then Kongoh split up, and Kenoh leaves the company. If however Kenoh does fill out the venue, then they will book you-know-where. Kenoh reacted in fury telling LIDET that he "super ultra hated them", he would fill out the venue and then LIDET should book "that place".
Noah also announced the participation for Sumo Hall, which includes Eddie Edwards making a return to Noah (alongside Super Crazy, Monster Inoue, Mitsuo Momota and Tamon Honda). Fans hope Edwards will stay on into December in Noah and come to some of the more rural shows
GHC JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TITLE MATCH
STINGER (Yoshinari Ogawa & Kotaro Suzuki) vs Daisuke Harada & Tadasuke.
WINNER: Double count out (14 minutes, 1 seconds)
Ogawa pulled on Harada's pants so much to keep him out of the ring, that lets just say, a quarter moon appeared. Tadasuke got on the mic and said it couldn't be finished like this, and asked for a rematch. Suzuki told him sorry, but no, a draw was a defense and they weren't going to do it again as "it is a champions privilege". YO-HEY (who was at ringside with HAYATA) protested to the referee on behalf of RATELS, and oddly, he and HAYATA remained with the ref in the empty ring once everyone else had gone.
However, despite the reluctance of STINGER (and the punch up which followed), RATELS went to LIDET who overruled them and gave them a match for Sumo Hall.
The Sugiura Army (Takashi Sugiura & Kazuyuki Fujita) vs Shuhei Taniguchi & Hitoshi Kumano.
"Very old school classic"
Fujita said to be strong and unrelenting, and he and Sugiura seemed to communicate just by looking at each other.
NOSAWA came out to second his kennel friends in "The Sugiura Army", and made a nuisance of himself as he dangled about at ringside, especially to Shuhei Taniguchi. When challenged about his misbehavior, he claimed he did nothing wrong.
WINNER: Kazuyuji Fujita referee stop on Hitoshi Kumano (17 minutes, 17 seconds) after a power bomb and three kicks to the head and then a sleeper hold.
Afterwards Hitoshi Kumano commented that everything had been "intense", and this was something he was going to run with.
Kaito Kiyomiya & AXIZ (Katsuhiko Nakajima & Go Shiozaki) vs KONGOH (Kenoh, Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura)
"The hall was trembling due heavy bass stomping"
At the start of the match (after he had done his pose while being announced which he aimed the object of his love\hate relationship), Kenoh squared up to Kaito Kiyomiya. Kiyomiya, (who seems to work best with Kenoh), and for probably the first time ever, scowled back at him. After the bell rang their fight went into the crowd, with Kenoh battering Kiyomiya with kicks, and then doing the double foot stomp off of the wooden bleachers onto him.
Yoshiki Inamura (who is fast becoming Noah's tank, crushing all in his path) was said to be amazing, especially for someone who only debuted little more than a year ago. At one point, Nakajima came racing towards him, but was speared into the corner so hard he bounced off the turnbuckles.
Kiyomiya tried his new submission move on Kenoh, but failed to make him tap with it (I'm not sure if he even managed to lock it on properly). Korakuen went nuts as Kitamiya and Nakajima gave each other hell, and Kenoh added to this by doing a knee-drop moonsault.
WINNER: Masa Kitamiya with the Saito Slam on Katsuhiko Nakajima (22 minutes, 57 seconds)
With Nakajima spread out face down on the mat, Kitamiya told his older brother, "From the time I entered Kensuke Office eight years ago, Katsuhiko Nakajima, I have always hated you."
Kitamiya was very keen to point out that it was THE TOUGH and not KONGOH who were challenging for the belts. Their title match against AXIZ for the GHC Heavyweight tag titles, will take place at Sumo Hall on November 2nd.
WITH THANKS TO: Metal Noah, Abeshin, Metapokocatch, Yoshiro Yatake, Pinkie Pie, Koichiro Takeda, Remmbrant, Naoki,
PICTURE CREDIT: Noah GHC, PKDX
NOAH'S NEXT SHOW: Wednesday, October 9th
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