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It's 12:00, Midnight. The party's roll on with everyone celebrating the new year. I was the only one not though, I was thinking. I had a long and storied career with this company, and it continues to fall victim to BHOTWG, and there embarrassment to Japan. Changing there schedule to only TV was the most idiotic thing in the history of the sport, it worked though. The Hammer got 10 Million dollars only in the first year and have used that popularity to steal our own fans. We are now one of only 2 promotions that stay to are roots. I called up the owner of BCG right after the switch and we made an working agreement quite quickly. I also called up Yoshimi, and told him he will be champ for at least 6 more months. I don't know if I will follow through with this but I have to try to, as Yoshimi is are best wrestler, and needs to be prepared to elevate someone else to his position. Holmes and Art were outside my office, this is there last month with us in the tour. I called them in and basically tried to keep our relationship on good terms. It's now 2:00 Am and I'm still not tired. I get a call by someone who I never want to talk to... "Hello Tatsuko. Are you ready for war?"
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Yoshimi Mushashibo



PGHW International Championship

Tetsunori Yasuda


Former Champs


Simon Femmingway



PGHW Glory Tag Crown

Kwakami & Sanda


Former Champs

Ryoma Muruyama and Masaru Ugaki


PGHW Historical Japan Championship

Brute Kikuchi


Former Champs

Bryan Holmes


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The roster is filled with 4 groups of people. Main Eventer, Mid Card, Vets, and Young Lions. This is the current group.


Main Eventers


Akinori Kwakami,, Kozue Kawashima, Masaru Ugaki, Raymond Diaz, Tetsunori Yasuda, Yoshimi Mushashibo


Mid Card

Bison Yano, Brute Kikuchi, Bussho Makiguchi, Chojiro Kitoji, Eein Miyamoto, Kazushige Matsuki, Noriyori Sanda, Ryoma Muruyama, Seji Jimbo , Simon Femmingway, Stone Yoshikawa, Totoya Munakata, William Hayes



Art Reed, Bryan Holmes Danger Kumasaka, Gonnohyoe Kada, Hirokazu Yamanoue,


Young Lions

Goemon Komiya, Haranobu Kobiyashi, Hirobuni Takimoto, SATO, Tsurayuki Kamachi



Eiasku Kunomasu

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<p>PGHW NEW Year Tour </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

PGHW NEW Year tour N1 </p><p> </p><p>

1.Art Reed Bryan Holmes and Danger Kumasaka beat Haranobu Kobiyashi, Hirobuni Takimoto, And Geomom Komiya </p><p>

2. Yano And Kikuchi beat Naga-Mori </p><p>

3. Eisaku Kunomasu and Stone Yoshikawa beat William Hayes and Totoya Munakata </p><p>

4 Tetsunori Yasada and Seji Jimbo beat KitoGuchi </p><p>

5 Ray Diaz and Simon Femmingway beat Kazushige Matsuki and Eien Miyamoto </p><p>

6 Yoshimi Mushashibo and Muruyama and Ugaki beat Kozue Kawashima and Kwakami and Sanda</p><p>

Notes: Simon fell a drug test so we fined him. </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

PGHW New Year Tour Nt 2 </p><p> </p><p>

Pre Show Totoya Munakata and SATO beat Danger and Gonnohyoe Kada</p><p>

1 Will Hayes beat Stone Yoshikawa </p><p>

2 KitoGuchi beat Art Reed and Tsurayuki Kamachi </p><p>

3 Naga-Mori drew with Yano and Kikuchi </p><p>

4 Ray Diaz beat Goemon Komiya </p><p>

5 Kozue Kawashima beat Ekasku Kunomasu </p><p>

6. Kwakami and Sanda beat Muryama and Ugaki </p><p>

7 Yoshimi beat Tetsunori Yasuda </p><p>

Notes: Simon was drunk so we had to send him home and I had to suspend him. We will have a multi match for the vacant belt sometime at the Respect shows</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Night Of Respect In Kinki </p><p> </p><p>

Muruyama and Ugaki vs Kwakami and Sanda (PGHW Tag Glory Crown) </p><p>

Kazushige Matsuki vs Seji Jimbo vs Tetsunori Yasuda vs Eisaku Kunomasu (International)</p><p>

Yoshimi and SATO vs Kawashima and Kada </p><p>

Ray Diaz, Holmes, and Hayes vs KitoGuchi, And Totoya Munakata </p><p>

Stone and Eien vs Yano and Kikuchi </p><p>

Danger, Art, Hirokazu, Nagahama vs Kobayashi, Takimoto, Komiya and Kamachi</p><p> </p><p>

Feel free to predict</p>

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PGHW:Night of RESPECT in Kinki

Show Rating: 80


1: Dnager Kumasaka, Art Reed, Hirokazu Yamanoue, and Mamoru Nagahama beat Haranobu Kobayashi, Hirobuni Takimoto, Goemon Komiya and Kamachi (69)

Comments: The usual Vets versus Young Lions type match


2: Yano And Kikuchi beat Eien Miyamoto and STONE Yoshikawa (74)

Comments: Brute and Bison are both young stars and I need to groom them for success


3. Ray Diaz, Bryan Holmes, and William Hayes beat Totoya Munakata, and KitoGuchi (82)

Comments: Hayes is on the verge to becoming a full fledge Midcarder/ME.


4. Yoshimi and SATO beat Kozue Kawashima and Gonnohyoe Kada (78)

Comments Give Yoshimi some momentum before his Title match next week.


5 (International) Tetsunori Yasada beat Kazushige Matsuki, Seiji Jimbo, and Eisaku Kunomasu (88)

Tied for the best match of the night. Yasada looks pretty good in the match and had a better performance then all the other competitors in the match.


6 (Tag Titles) Kwakami and Sanda beat Muruyama and Ugaki (88)

Switch. I have big plans for both Muruyama and Ugaki as single stars so decided to get the belts off now rather then later.


Show Rating: 80


PGHW Night of RESPECT in Kanto card

(Glory Crown) Yoshimi Mushashibo vs Kozue Kawashima

(Tag Titles) Kwakami and Sanda vs Brute And The Bison (Kikuchi and Yano)

(Historical Japan) SATO vs Bryan Holmes

Naga-Mori vs STONE Yoshikawa and Eien Miyamoto

Ray Diaz, Matsuki, and Seiji Jimbo vs Tetsunori Yasuda and Muruyama And Ugaki

Totoya Munakata and Art Reed vs KitoGuchi

Will Hayes, Danger, Kada, Hirokazu beat Kobayashi, Komiya, Kamachi, and Takimoto


Feel free to predict. The winner of predictions gets to decide a future signing to PGHW.

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<p>PGHW Night of RESPECT in Kanto card </p><p>

(Glory Crown) <strong>Yoshimi Mushashibo</strong> vs Kozue Kawashima </p><p>

(Tag Titles) <strong>Kwakami and Sanda</strong> vs Brute And The Bison (Kikuchi and Yano) </p><p>

(Historical Japan) <strong>SATO</strong> vs Bryan Holmes </p><p>

Naga-Mori vs <strong>STONE Yoshikawa and Eien Miyamoto</strong></p><p>

Ray Diaz, Matsuki, and Seiji Jimbo vs <strong>Tetsunori Yasuda and Muruyama And Ugaki </strong></p><p>

Totoya Munakata and Art Reed vs <strong>KitoGuchi </strong></p><p>

<strong>Will Hayes, Danger, Kada, Hirokazu</strong> vs. Kobayashi, Komiya, Kamachi, and Takimoto</p><p> </p><p>

Kozue Kawashima is pretty much Kazuchika Okada! However, I don't see Kawashima becoming champion just yet. Looking forward to your PGHW dynasty Martel123 <img alt=":)" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/smile.png.142cfa0a1cd2925c0463c1d00f499df2.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>

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<p>PGHW Night of RESPECT in Kanto card </p><p>

(Glory Crown) <strong>Yoshimi Mushashibo</strong> vs Kozue Kawashima </p><p> </p><p>

<em>Kawashima is the future but it's not his time yet.</em></p><p> </p><p>

(Tag Titles) <strong>Kwakami and Sanda</strong> vs Brute And The Bison (Kikuchi and Yano) </p><p>


Don't see the new champs dropping the belts so quickly.</em></p><p> </p><p>

(Historical Japan) <strong>SATO</strong> vs Bryan Holmes </p><p>


Holmes is the bigger name but past his prime and SATO could use the pop bump that a win here gives him. Might be a good boost for the belt too.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Naga-Mori vs <strong>STONE Yoshikawa and Eien Miyamoto</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>This was actually a toss up for me. I'd usually go for the full time team but Naga-Mori almost always start the game in deep time decline so I'm going with the young guys.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Ray Diaz, Matsuki, and Seiji Jimbo vs <strong>Tetsunori Yasuda and Muruyama And Ugaki </strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>I love Diaz but too much star power on the other trio.</em></p><p><em>


Totoya Munakata and Art Reed vs <strong>KitoGuchi</strong> </p><p> </p><p>

<em>Easy win for a team that should be challenging for the tag titles.</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Will Hayes, Danger, Kada, Hirokazu</strong> vs Kobayashi, Komiya, Kamachi, and Takimoto</p><p> </p><p>

<em>Young Lions don't stand a chance.</em></p>

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p>PGHW Night of Respect in Kanto Results </p><p>

Show Rating: 78</p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p>

1. Hayes, Danger, Kada, and Hirokazu beat Kobayashi, Komiya, Kamachi, and Takimoto</p><p>

Comments: Hayes is now gonna get a mini push as he is the best foreign wrestler in the company (Sorry Diaz. Not getting the numbers for that spot.) Kamachi is going to leave the young lions in a few months. (63)</p><p> </p><p>

2. KitoGuchi beat Munakata and Reed</p><p>

Comments: No surprise here. (80)</p><p> </p><p>

3. Diaz, Matsuki, And Jimbo beat Yasuda, and Muruyama & Ugaki </p><p>

An upset here. Jimbo is gonna be pushed slowly. Also Yasada is gonna have a weird reign, to say the least. (78)</p><p> </p><p>

4. Miyamoto and Yoshikawa beat Naga-Mori </p><p>

Eien and STONE are going to be a team as we have a lack of them. Naga-Mori are not gonna last that long. (78)</p><p> </p><p>

5. (Historical Japan) Bryan Holmes beat SATO (New Champ) </p><p>

SATO is still a young lion and though he is a great wrestler, he still has training to do. + I need to make sure Bryan Holmes is on good terms when he leaves at the end of the month. (74)</p><p> </p><p>

6. (Glory Crown Tag Titles) Kwakami and Sanda beat The Bison and Brute (80) </p><p>

Comments: Nothing much to say here. The two Bs will be champs soon. </p><p> </p><p>

7. (Glory Crown) Yoshimi Mushashibo beat Kozue Kawashima (82) </p><p>

Comments I have to keep my promise for at least a little bit. Kozue won't have the best year for 2016</p>

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<p>Wolfman 5/7</p><p>

Yokai 5/7</p><p> </p><p>

Thanks for predicting! Since you both tied, and that there is two more shows left in the tour. You can predict on the two last shows.</p><p> </p><p>

New Year Tour Monday </p><p> </p><p>

Kozue Kawashima vs Tetsunori Yasuda </p><p>

KitoGuchi vs Kwakami and Sanda</p><p>

Muryama and Ugaki vs The Brute and Bison </p><p>

Ray Diaz vs Danger Kumasaka </p><p>

Naga-Mori vs Yoshikawa and Miyamoto </p><p>

Seji Jimbo vs Tsurayuki Kamachi </p><p>

William Hayes vs Kazushige Matsuki </p><p>

Preshow: Hirokazu Yamanoue vs Bryan Holmes </p><p> </p><p>

New Year Tour Wednesday </p><p> </p><p>

Maseru Ugaki vs Kozue Kawashima </p><p>

(Historical Japan) Bryan Holmes vs Brute Kikuchi </p><p>

Akrinori Kwakami vs Tetsunori Yasuda </p><p>

Yoshimi, Ryoma and Seji Jimbo vs Ray Diaz, Matsuki, Sanda </p><p>

Totoya Munakata vs Eien Miyamoto </p><p>

Bison Yano vs Goemon Komiya </p><p>

KitoGuchi vs Naga-Miri </p><p>

Preshow William Hayes vs Stone Yoshikawa</p>

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<p>Kozue Kawashima vs <strong>Tetsunori Yasuda</strong></p><p>

KitoGuchi vs<strong> Kwakami and Sanda</strong></p><p>

<strong>Muryama and Ugak</strong>i vs The Brute and Bison</p><p>

<strong>Ray Diaz</strong> vs Danger Kumasaka</p><p>

Naga-Mori vs Y<strong>oshikawa and Miyamoto</strong></p><p>

<strong>Seji Jimbo</strong> vs Tsurayuki Kamachi</p><p>

William Hayes vs <strong>Kazushige Matsuki</strong></p><p>

Preshow: Hirokazu Yamanoue vs <strong>Bryan Holmes</strong></p><p> </p><p>

New Year Tour Wednesday</p><p> </p><p>

Maseru Ugaki vs <strong>Kozue Kawashima</strong></p><p>

(Historical Japan) <strong>Bryan Holmes </strong>vs Brute Kikuchi</p><p>

Akrinori Kwakami vs <strong>Tetsunori Yasuda</strong></p><p>

Yoshimi, Ryoma and Seji Jimbo vs <strong>Ray Diaz, Matsuki, Sanda</strong></p><p>

<strong>Totoya Munakata</strong> vs Eien Miyamoto</p><p>

<strong>Bison Yano</strong> vs Goemon Komiya</p><p>

KitoGuchi vs<strong> Naga-Miri</strong></p><p>

Preshow <strong>William Hayes</strong> vs Stone Yoshikawa</p>

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<p>New Year Tour Monday </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Kozue Kawashima</strong> vs Tetsunori Yasuda </p><p>

KitoGuchi vs <strong>Kwakami and Sanda</strong></p><p>

<strong>Muryama and Ugaki</strong> vs The Brute and Bison </p><p>

<strong>Ray Diaz</strong> vs Danger Kumasaka </p><p>

<strong>Naga-Mor</strong>i vs Yoshikawa and Miyamoto </p><p>

<strong>Seji Jimbo</strong> vs Tsurayuki Kamachi </p><p>

<strong>William Hayes</strong> vs Kazushige Matsuki </p><p>

Preshow: Hirokazu Yamanoue vs <strong>Bryan Holmes</strong> </p><p> </p><p>

New Year Tour Wednesday </p><p> </p><p>

Maseru Ugaki vs <strong>Kozue Kawashima </strong></p><p>

(Historical Japan) <strong>Bryan Holmes</strong> vs Brute Kikuchi </p><p>

Akrinori Kwakami vs <strong>Tetsunori Yasuda</strong> </p><p>

<strong>Yoshimi, Ryoma and Seji Jimbo</strong> vs Ray Diaz, Matsuki, Sanda </p><p>

Totoya Munakata vs <strong>Eien Miyamoto</strong> </p><p>

<strong>Bison Yano</strong> vs Goemon Komiya </p><p>

<strong>KitoGuchi</strong> vs Naga-Miri </p><p>

Preshow <strong>William Hayes</strong> vs Stone Yoshikawa</p>

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<p>PGHW NEW YEAR TOUR MONDAY</p><p> </p><p>

Pre show. Bryan Holmes beat Hirokazu Yamanoue 71</p><p> </p><p>

1. Kazushige Matsuki beat William Hayes 75</p><p>

2. Seji Jimbo beat Tsurayuki Kamachi 77</p><p>

A promo if played with a bunch of sparkles of gold all over the screen. It says in the middle "The Golden Ticket" </p><p>

3. Yoshikawa and Miyamoto beat Naga-Mori 81</p><p>

4. Ray Diaz beat Danger Kumasaka 73</p><p>

5. Muruyama and Ugaki beat The Brute and Bison 81</p><p>

6. Kwakami and Sanda beat KitoGuchi 87 </p><p>

7. Kozue Kawashima beat Tetsunori Yasuda 90</p><p> </p><p>

PGHW NEW YEAR TOUR Wednesday </p><p>

Pre Show Stone Yoshikawa beat William Hayes </p><p>

1. KitoGuchi beat Naga-Mori </p><p>

2. Bison Yano beat Goemon Komiya </p><p>

3. Eien Miyamoto beat Totoya Munakata </p><p>

4 Yoshimi, Ryoma, and Seji beat Diaz, Matsuki, and Sanda </p><p>

5 Akinori beat Tetsunori Yasuda </p><p>

6. (Historical Japan) Brute Kikuchi beat Bryan Holmes </p><p>

7. Kozue Kawashima beat Masaru Ugaki </p><p> </p><p>

------</p><p> </p><p>

Lo-Drew 6/8 + 5/8 = 11/16</p><p>

SoulKings 7/8 + 2/8 = 9/16</p><p> </p><p>

Congrats Lo-Drew! Please put in your next post in this thread on who you want to be signed to the company in the near future.</p>

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<p><em>February, a new month, and an off month for the company. I have to prepare for the next tour starting in march obviously. I had to say goodbye to Bryan Holmes and Art Reed, hope I see both of those men again. I also realize that there should be a change in the Elite Series. Fans of Japanese professional wrestling are not as patient and energetic as they used to be. So for this year only, I'm getting rid of the round robin format. My plan is for a 4 man tournament at Night of Elite to determine the holder of the crown. I hate this idea, as well as the purists, but it must be done. Hopefully we don't lose many fans as I'm mad at them for making me do this as well. I signed up 4 names for the next tour. I have signed the Ring Generals as an extra tag team, Greg Guage as a favor to a friend of mine, and JoJi, a young talent to test the young lions. We had 3 dojo graduates this month. Kazuo Tenshin, who looks and feels like strong style with a look of Taro Shionoya, Shinzue Yamura who isn't the most promising figure, and Shuzo Utagawa, being trained by Yoshimi Mushashibo. I feel good about This tour and I'm excited to see how we do. But then I got some bad news. During the tour Eiasku Kunomasu botched up a tombstone pile driver and broke his neck in the process. He was but on a stretcher and brought out to a local hospital, he was paralyzed for a week but he can now move his head and body, which is good for his career. Docs say he will be out for a year and two months, which mean he may have to retire, who knows where this effects his career </em></p><p> </p><p>

PGHW NIGHT OF Pride Card </p><p>

Finals of Elite series </p><p>

(Glory Tag Crown) Kwakami and Sanda vs The Ring Generals</p><p>

Kozue Kawashima vs Seiji Jimbo </p><p>

The Brute and Bison vs KitoGuchi </p><p>

Yasada, Yoshimi, and Greg Gauge vs Ray Diaz, Royma Muruyama, and Haranbou Kobayashi </p><p>

Semi Finals: Masaru Ugaki vs Eien Miyamoto </p><p>

Semi Finals Will Hayes vs Pride Koiso</p><p>

Matsuki, Stome, and Munakata vs Komiya, Joji, And SATO</p><p> </p><p>

Feel free to predict. Same prize as last prediction.</p>

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<p>PGHW NIGHT OF Pride Card </p><p>

Finals of Elite series: <strong>Masaru Ugaki</strong> Vs PRIDE Koiso</p><p>

(Glory Tag Crown) <strong>Kwakami and Sanda</strong> vs The Ring Generals</p><p>

<strong>Kozue Kawashima</strong> vs Seiji Jimbo </p><p>

<strong>The Brute and Bison</strong> vs KitoGuchi </p><p>

Yasada, Yoshimi, and Greg Gauge vs <strong>Ray Diaz, Royma Muruyama, and Haranbou Kobayashi </strong></p><p>

Semi Finals: <strong>Masaru Ugaki</strong> vs Eien Miyamoto </p><p>

Semi Finals Will Hayes vs <strong>Pride Koiso</strong></p><p>

Matsuki, Stone, and Munakata vs <strong>Komiya, Joji, And SATO</strong></p><p> </p><p>

As far as a signing does, I think someone like <strong>Fujio Narahashi</strong> would fit nice with the PGHW roster.</p>

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<p>PGHW NIGHT OF PRIDE Results </p><p> </p><p>

1. The Vets (Hirokazu, Danger, Kada, Nagahama) beat young lions 48</p><p>

Comments: Need to get this training into the young lions </p><p> </p><p>

2. Matsuki, STONE, and Munakata beat Komiya, JOJI, and SATO 61</p><p>

Comments: SATO is still impressive and the best young lion worker. STONE is gonna need to have a creative change soon. If you are a fan of Matsuki then this may not be the in game year for you. </p><p> </p><p>

3. (Semi Final) Pride Koiso beat Will Hayes 84 (Match of the night) </p><p>

Nothing much here. Pride in his first major match since being out for the first two months </p><p> </p><p>

4. (Semi Final) Masaru Ugaki beat Eien Miyamoto 82 </p><p>

Ugaki Vs Koiso in the main event for the greatest honor in Japanese wrestling. Eien fails another drug test....you will see what happens with that soon. </p><p> </p><p>

5. Yasuda, Yoshimi, and Greg Gauge beat Ray Diaz, Ryoma, and Kobayashi 74</p><p>

Really good win from the camps and Gauge. Kobayashi will advance soon enough....</p><p> </p><p>

A promo plays saying the Golden Ticket is coming. And he challenges the Historical Japan champion at Fortitude....</p><p> </p><p>

6. KitoGuchi beat Yano And Kikuchi 82</p><p>

Well this was fun. A good 4 star match that shows the future of the tag division. Exciting times are ahead. </p><p> </p><p>

7. Kozue Kawashima beat Seji Jimbo 82</p><p> </p><p>

8. (GLORY TAG CROWN) Kwakami and Sanda beat The Ring Genarels 75 </p><p>

Well this was slightly disappointing. Was expecting better from the foreigners. But who knows what happens now to the COTT tag champs.</p><p> </p><p>

9. (Elite Series) Masaru Ugaki beat PRIDE Koiso 80</p><p>

Ugaki is now a full fledge main eventer. He is on the level of Yoshimi, Pride, Yasada, and Kozue as the headliners for all events. </p><p> </p><p>

Show Rating: 72</p>

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<p><em>March is over...yay. We had to fire two wrestlers last month. First was Simon Femmingway...who can go fu*k himself. Fails 4 drug tests, and is champion for half of those failures. The other was Eien Miyamoto, who took some drugs and is now fired. GCG can now deal with him. We hired a recent dojo graduate, Ichisake Kira. Kira is a decent worker, who has a Orange streak of hair right front and center (technically a few threads of hair, but whatever.) BHOTWG have inspired me...I guess. They have stables which are like MMA gyms of sorts. So I have kindly copied there system while giving them the middle finger. We have 2 starting stables. Yoshimi Army, and APEX. Yoshimi Army is a four man group consisting of Yoshimi Mushashibo, Masaru Ugaki, Ryoma Muryama, and SATO (The groups young lion) Apex consisit of leader, PRIDE KOISO, Kozue Kawashima, Gonnohyoe Kada, Mamoru Nagahama, Hirokazu Yamanoue, andSeji Jimbo. BHOTWG have gone ad gave the World Title to Kinnjo Horri...who knows where that leads to </em></p><p> </p><p>

Lo-Drew 5/8. Thanks for predicting.</p><p> </p><p>

PGHW Night of Fortitude Shikoku </p><p>

(International) Tetsunori Yasuda vs Ray Diaz </p><p>

(Historical Japan) Brute Kikuchi vs Greg Gauge </p><p>

Kozue, Goemon and William Hayes vs Yoshimi and the Ring Generals</p><p>

APEX (Kada and Nagahama) vs Yoshimi Army (SATO and Ryoma) </p><p>

Matsuki, STONE and Munakata vs Bison Yano and KitoGuchi </p><p>

Danger Kumasaka, Hirokazu, and PRIDE Koiso vs Takimoto, Kobayashi, and Shozo Utgawa</p>

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PGHW Night of Fortitude in Shikoku


1. Danger, Hirokazu, and PRIDE beat Kobayashi Takimoto and Shuzo Utagawa 72

Comments: Ordinary Vets beat Young Lions match


2. Matsuki, STONE, And Totoya Munakata beat Bison Yano And KitoGuchi (82)

A bit of a surprise, but yeah. KitoGuchi are still young and need just to improve a little bit.


3 Yoshimi Army beat APEX (71)

Stable war tags are gonna be a thing for now on


4 Yoshimi and The Ring Generals beat Kozue, Hayes, and Goemon Komiya 81

Get the Rimg Generals over. + Make Yoshimi look strong


5. (Historical Japan) Brute Kikuchi beat Greg Gauge 78

A promo plays when the match is over saying the Golden Star will come and become the new Historical champion, next week!


6. (International) Tetsunori Yasuda beat Ray Diaz (71)

Yasuda ain't the best match maker, + Both men didn't click, so yeah....hopefully Yasuda turns into a better worker


Show Rating: 76


Card For PGHW Night of Fortitude In Kanto


(World Title) Yoshimi Mushashibo vs William Hayes

(Tag) Kwakami and Sanda vs Yasuda and Totoya Munakata

(Historical Japan) Bison Yano vs "Golden Star"

Kawashima and Koiso vs SATO and Muruyama

Komiya, Kada, and Mamoru Nagahama vs Ray Diaz, and the Ring Generals

Masaru Ugaki, Matsuki, and Kobayashi vs Seji Jimbo, and KitoGuchi


Bonus point 1: Who is "Golden Star":

Bonus point 2: What match is "Match of the night":

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