D-Oh Grand Prix
D-Oh Grand Prix trophy.jpg
D-Oh Grand Prix trophy
Promotion(s)CyberFight
Brand(s)DDT
First eventD-Oh Grand Prix 2018
Event gimmickRound-robin tournament for a championship match

The D-Oh Grand Prix (D王 GRAND PRIX, Dī Ō Guran Puri) is an annual professional wrestling tournament hosted by the DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT) promotion. It was created by DDT producer Danshoku Dino in August 2017 and later confirmed in November.

After the first edition was held in January 2018, the second edition had to be held in December 2018 while retaining the name "D-Oh Grand Prix 2019".[1] This offset between the tournament title and the year it was actually held persisted until 2021 where the tournament (held between November and December 2021) was entitled "D-Oh Grand Prix 2021 II".

Though DDT also runs the annual King of DDT Tournament, the D-Oh Grand Prix is different in that it is round-robin, whereas the King of DDT is a single-elimination tournament. Like the King of DDT however, the winner of the tournament receives a shot at the KO-D Openweight Championship.

Shuji Ishikawa is the inaugural winner of the tournament; Konosuke Takeshita is the only two-time winner.

Rules

Tournaments

Edition Tournament[2] Aftermath
Winner Times won Participants KO-D Openweight Championship match[a] Result
2018 Shuji Ishikawa 1 14 vs. Konosuke Takeshita on March 25, 2018, at Judgement 2018: DDT 21st Anniversary[3] Lost
2019 Konosuke Takeshita 1 vs. Daisuke Sasaki on February 17, 2019, at Judgement 2019: DDT 22nd Anniversary[4] Won
2020 Masato Tanaka 1 vs. Harashima on January 26, 2020, at Sweet Dreams! 2020[5] Won
2021 Jun Akiyama 1 vs. Tetsuya Endo on February 14, 2021, at Kawasaki Strong 2021[6] Won
2021 II Konosuke Takeshita 2 12 vs. Yuji Okabayashi on December 26, 2021, at Never Mind 2021[7] Won

Results

2018

The 2018 edition of the D-Oh Grand Prix was announced on August 20, 2017 and the participants were later announced on November 23.[8] The tournament ran over eight shows from January 5 to January 28, 2018. This edition included Jiro "Ikemen" Kuroshio from the Wrestle-1 promotion.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Harashima 8 Shuji Ishikawa 10
Konosuke Takeshita 7 Daisuke Sasaki 6
Tetsuya Endo 7 Kazusada Higuchi 6
Joey Ryan 6 Soma Takao 6
Jiro "Ikemen" Kuroshio 6 Mike Bailey 6
Keisuke Ishii 6 Akito 4
Masahiro Takanashi 2 Yukio Sakaguchi 4
Block A Takeshita Harashima Endo Ishii Takanashi Ryan Kuroshio
Takeshita Takeshita
(15:50)[9]
Draw
(30:00)[10]
Takeshita
(18:47)[11]
Takanashi
(11:17)[12]
Takeshita
(13:10)[13]
Kuroshio
(23:23)[14]
Harashima Takeshita
(15:50)[9]
Harashima
(19:28)[11]
Ishii
(12:45)[14]
Harashima
(11:41)[15]
Harashima
(10:49)[10]
Harashima
(13:56)[13]
Endo Draw
(30:00)[10]
Harashima
(19:28)[11]
Ishii
(17:39)[15]
Endo
(6:01)[14]
Endo
(8:24)[12]
Endo
(14:04)[9]
Ishii Takeshita
(18:47)[11]
Ishii
(12:45)[14]
Ishii
(17:39)[15]
Ishii
(6:17)[13]
Ryan
(8:06)[9]
Kuroshio
(11:51)[12]
Takanashi Takanashi
(11:17)[12]
Harashima
(11:41)[15]
Endo
(6:01)[14]
Ishii
(6:17)[13]
Ryan
(10:10)[11]
Kuroshio
(12:56)[10]
Ryan Takeshita
(13:10)[13]
Harashima
(10:49)[10]
Endo
(8:24)[12]
Ryan
(8:06)[9]
Ryan
(10:10)[11]
Ryan
(10:46)[15]
Kuroshio Kuroshio
(23:23)[14]
Harashima
(13:56)[13]
Endo
(14:04)[9]
Kuroshio
(11:51)[12]
Kuroshio
(12:56)[10]
Ryan
(10:46)[15]
Block B Sasaki Sakaguchi Takao Akito Higuchi Bailey Ishikawa
Sasaki Sakaguchi
(6:56)[10]
Sasaki
(11:02)[9]
Akito
(12:03)[14]
Sasaki
(11:58)[13]
Bailey
(14:54)[11]
Sasaki
(16:19)[12]
Sakaguchi Sakaguchi
(6:56)[10]
Takao
(7:56)[11]
Akito
(9:35)[15]
Sakaguchi
(7:48)[14]
Bailey
(9:56)[12]
Ishikawa
(15:25)[9]
Takao Sasaki
(11:02)[9]
Takao
(7:56)[11]
Takao
(8:18)[12]
Higuchi
(10:11)[10]
Takao
(10:50)[13]
Ishikawa
(11:53)[15]
Akito Akito
(12:03)[14]
Akito
(9:35)[15]
Takao
(8:18)[12]
Higuchi
(9:30)[9]
Bailey
(11:35)[10]
Ishikawa
(18:32)[13]
Higuchi Sasaki
(11:58)[13]
Sakaguchi
(7:48)[14]
Higuchi
(10:11)[10]
Higuchi
(9:30)[9]
Higuchi
(14:11)[15]
Ishikawa
(16:40)[11]
Bailey Bailey
(14:54)[11]
Bailey
(9:56)[12]
Takao
(10:50)[13]
Bailey
(11:35)[10]
Higuchi
(14:11)[15]
Ishikawa
(15:15)[14]
Ishikawa Sasaki
(16:19)[12]
Ishikawa
(15:25)[9]
Ishikawa
(11:53)[15]
Ishikawa
(18:32)[13]
Ishikawa
(16:40)[11]
Ishikawa
(15:15)[14]
Final
   
A1 Harashima 19:12[16]
B1 Shuji Ishikawa Pin

2019

The 2019 edition was announced on October 21, 2018 and the participants were later announced on the same day.[17] The tournament ran over nine shows from November 30 until December 30, 2018. The tournament included Go Shiozaki from Pro Wrestling Noah who made his first appearance in a D-Oh Grand Prix as did Shinya Aoki, Sammy Guevara, Mao and Puma King. Because Konosuke Takeshita entered the tournament as the reigning Ironman Heavymetalweight Champion, multiple matches in block B and the finals of the tournament were contested for the title due to its 24/7 rule.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Go Shiozaki 10 Konosuke Takeshita 8
Kazusada Higuchi 6 Shinya Aoki 8
Harashima 6 Tetsuya Endo 6
Akito 6 Mike Bailey 6
Daisuke Sasaki 6 Sammy Guevara 6
Mao 4 Masahiro Takanashi 4
Puma King 4 Soma Takao 4
Block A Sasaki Harashima Higuchi Akito Mao Puma Shiozaki
Sasaki Harashima
(15:47)[18]
Sasaki
(16:41)[19]
Akito
(13:05)[20]
Sasaki
(14:26)[21]
Puma
(13:34)[22]
Sasaki
(18:22)[23]
Harashima Harashima
(15:47)[18]
Higuchi
(17:13)[20]
Harashima
(11:59)[23]
Mao
(16:20)[22]
Harashima
(9:37)[24]
Shiozaki
(22:50)[19]
Higuchi Sasaki
(16:41)[19]
Higuchi
(17:13)[20]
Akito
(10:54)[21]
Higuchi
(13:46)[18]
Higuchi
(7:53)[23]
Shiozaki
(16:05)[22]
Akito Akito
(13:05)[20]
Harashima
(11:59)[23]
Akito
(10:54)[21]
Akito
(8:43)[19]
Puma
(10:28)[18]
Shiozaki
(13:03)[25]
Mao Sasaki
(14:26)[21]
Mao
(16:20)[22]
Higuchi
(13:46)[18]
Akito
(8:43)[19]
Mao
(10:43)[25]
Shiozaki
(15:04)[24]
Puma Puma
(13:34)[22]
Harashima
(9:37)[24]
Higuchi
(7:53)[23]
Puma
(10:28)[18]
Mao
(10:43)[25]
Shiozaki
(11:13)[21]
Shiozaki Sasaki
(18:22)[23]
Shiozaki
(22:50)[19]
Shiozaki
(16:05)[22]
Shiozaki
(13:03)[25]
Shiozaki
(15:04)[24]
Shiozaki
(11:13)[21]
Block B Takeshita Endo Takao Takanashi Bailey Guevara Aoki
Takeshita Endo
(22:11)[23]
Takeshita[b]
(14:21)[24]
Takeshita
(13:53)[20]
Bailey[b]
(16:56)[22]
Takeshita[b]
(11:37)[19]
Takeshita[c]
(8:53)[18]
Endo Endo
(22:11)[23]
Takao[d]
(13:28)[20]
Endo
(12:05)[25]
Endo[e]
(14:30)[21]
Guevara
(11:59)[18]
Aoki
(8:13)[19]
Takao Takeshita[b]
(14:21)[24]
Takao[d]
(13:28)[20]
Takanashi
(8:33)[22]
Takao
(12:39)[19]
Guevara
(10:14)[25]
Aoki[f]
(5:34)[23]
Takanashi Takeshita
(13:53)[20]
Endo
(12:05)[25]
Takanashi
(8:33)[22]
Bailey
(10:40)[23]
Guevara
(9:45)[21]
Takanashi
(1:01)[24]
Bailey Bailey[b]
(16:56)[22]
Endo[e]
(14:30)[21]
Takao
(12:39)[19]
Bailey
(10:40)[23]
Bailey
(19:57)[24]
Aoki
(4:28)[20]
Guevara Takeshita[b]
(11:37)[19]
Guevara
(11:59)[18]
Guevara
(10:14)[25]
Guevara
(9:45)[21]
Bailey
(19:57)[24]
Aoki
(3:52)[22]
Aoki Takeshita[c]
(8:53)[18]
Aoki
(8:13)[19]
Aoki[f]
(5:34)[23]
Takanashi
(1:01)[24]
Aoki
(4:28)[20]
Aoki
(3:52)[22]
Final[b]
   
A1 Go Shiozaki 23:07[26]
B1 Konosuke Takeshita Pin

2020

The 2020 tournament was announced on October 29, 2019 and the participants were later announced on the same day.[27] The tournament was held from November 29 until December 28, 2019. This year's edition included Chihiro Hashimoto from the Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion. Chris Brookes, Yuki Iino, Bull James, Masato Tanaka, Yuki Ueno and Naomi Yoshimura made their first appearance in the tournament.[28]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Tetsuya Endo 7 Masato Tanaka 11
Chris Brookes 7 Harashima 9
Keisuke Ishii 6 Daisuke Sasaki 8
Konosuke Takeshita 6 Soma Takao 4
Chihiro Hashimoto 6 Yukio Sakaguchi 4
Yuki Iino 6 Bull James 4
Yuki Ueno 4 Naomi Yoshimura 2
Block A Takeshita Endo Ishii Ueno Iino Brookes Hashimoto
Takeshita Endo
(23:49)[29]
Ishii
(15:05)[30]
Takeshita
(22:39)[31]
Takeshita
(16:35)[32]
Brookes
(19:25)[33]
Takeshita
(20:16)[34]
Endo Endo
(23:49)[29]
Endo
(14:21)[33]
Ueno
(15:15)[35]
Iino
(12:18)[36]
Draw
(30:00)[30]
Endo
(14:31)[31]
Ishii Ishii
(15:05)[30]
Endo
(14:21)[33]
Ueno
(9:27)[32]
Ishii
(7:24)[31]
Brookes
(13:51)[34]
Ishii
(10:58)[29]
Ueno Takeshita
(22:39)[31]
Ueno
(15:15)[35]
Ueno
(9:27)[32]
Iino
(10:47)[34]
Brookes
(10:17)[29]
Hashimoto
(13:32)[30]
Iino Takeshita
(16:35)[32]
Iino
(12:18)[36]
Ishii
(7:24)[31]
Iino
(10:47)[34]
Iino
(11:32)[35]
Hashimoto
(11:53)[33]
Brookes Brookes
(19:25)[33]
Draw
(30:00)[30]
Brookes
(13:51)[34]
Brookes
(10:17)[29]
Iino
(11:32)[35]
Hashimoto
(12:28)[32]
Hashimoto Takeshita
(20:16)[34]
Endo
(14:31)[31]
Ishii
(10:58)[29]
Hashimoto
(13:32)[30]
Hashimoto
(11:53)[33]
Hashimoto
(12:28)[32]
Block B Harashima Sasaki Takao Sakaguchi Yoshimura James Tanaka
Harashima Sasaki
(12:32)[35]
Harashima
(10:33)[29]
Harashima
(15:13)[32]
Harashima
(14:29)[31]
Harashima
(13:26)[34]
Draw
(30:00)[37]
Sasaki Sasaki
(12:32)[35]
Sasaki
(13:35)[31]
Sasaki
(2:24)[36]
Yoshimura
(16:12)[37]
Sasaki
(8:50)[29]
Tanaka
(19:56)[30]
Takao Harashima
(10:33)[29]
Sasaki
(13:35)[31]
Sakaguchi
(8:16)[37]
Takao
(9:08)[34]
Takao
(7:40)[30]
Tanaka
(15:10)[32]
Sakaguchi Harashima
(15:13)[32]
Sasaki
(2:24)[36]
Sakaguchi
(8:16)[37]
Sakaguchi
(3:26)[30]
James
(7:37)[31]
Tanaka
(10:22)[35]
Yoshimura Harashima
(14:29)[31]
Yoshimura
(16:12)[37]
Takao
(9:08)[34]
Sakaguchi
(3:26)[30]
James
(8:48)[32]
Tanaka
(13:46)[29]
James Harashima
(13:26)[34]
Sasaki
(8:50)[29]
Takao
(7:40)[30]
James
(7:37)[31]
James
(8:48)[32]
Tanaka
(7:46)[36]
Tanaka Draw
(30:00)[37]
Tanaka
(19:56)[30]
Tanaka
(15:10)[32]
Tanaka
(10:22)[35]
Tanaka
(13:46)[29]
Tanaka
(7:46)[36]
Block A Decision Final
      
A1 Tetsuya Endo Sub
A2 Chris Brookes 12:17[33]
A1 Tetsuya Endo 23:57[38]
B1 Masato Tanaka Pin

2021

The 2021 tournament was announced on September 7, 2020, at Get Alive 2020 and the participants were later announced on November 3, at Ultimate Party 2020. The tournament was held from November 22 until December 27, 2020. Making their D-Oh Grand Prix debut were Shunma Katsumata, Makoto Oishi and Jun Akiyama. Daisuke Sasaki was diagnosed with a fractured rib after his first match and had to forfeit his remaining matches.[39]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Konosuke Takeshita 8 Jun Akiyama 8
Harashima 7 Tetsuya Endo 7
Akito 7 Kazusada Higuchi 7
Mao 6 Soma Takao 6
Yukio Sakaguchi 6 Yuki Ueno 6
Chris Brookes 6 Makoto Oishi 4
Daisuke Sasaki (withdrew) 2 Shunma Katsumata 4
Block A Takeshita Harashima Sasaki Sakaguchi Akito Mao Brookes
Takeshita Takeshita
(20:39)[40]
Sasaki
(13:45)[41]
Takeshita
(11:26)[42]
Takeshita
(29:32)[43]
Takeshita
(22:46)[44]
Brookes
(24:41)[45]
Harashima Takeshita
(20:39)[40]
Harashima
(Forfeit)[39]
Sakaguchi
(10:17)[44]
Draw
(16:26)[42]
Harashima
(12:49)[46]
Harashima
(11:13)[41]
Sasaki Sasaki
(13:45)[41]
Harashima
(Forfeit)[39]
Sakaguchi
(Forfeit)[39]
Akito
(Forfeit)[39]
Mao
(Forfeit)[39]
Brookes
(Forfeit)[39]
Sakaguchi Takeshita
(11:26)[42]
Sakaguchi
(10:17)[44]
Sakaguchi
(Forfeit)[39]
Akito
(8:56)[40]
Mao
(9:53)[45]
Sakaguchi
(10:45)[43]
Akito Takeshita
(29:32)[43]
Draw
(16:26)[42]
Akito
(Forfeit)[39]
Akito
(8:56)[40]
Akito
(7:08)[41]
Brookes
(13:10)[46]
Mao Takeshita
(22:46)[44]
Harashima
(12:49)[46]
Mao
(Forfeit)[39]
Mao
(9:53)[45]
Akito
(7:08)[41]
Mao
(14:28)[40]
Brookes Brookes
(24:41)[45]
Harashima
(11:13)[41]
Brookes
(Forfeit)[39]
Sakaguchi
(10:45)[43]
Brookes
(13:10)[46]
Mao
(14:28)[40]
Block B Endo Higuchi Takao Oishi Ueno Katsumata Akiyama
Endo Draw
(20:56)[46]
Takao
(16:37)[42]
Oishi
(19:26)[40]
Endo
(22:56)[45]
Endo
(11:45)[43]
Endo
(14:00)[41]
Higuchi Draw
(20:56)[46]
Higuchi
(11:30)[45]
Higuchi
(9:07)[43]
Ueno
(11:49)[41]
Katsumata
(10:59)[44]
Higuchi
(4:03)[42]
Takao Takao
(16:37)[42]
Higuchi
(11:30)[45]
Takao
(2:30)[46]
Takao
(12:01)[43]
Katsumata
(10:05)[40]
Akiyama
(8:22)[44]
Oishi Oishi
(19:26)[40]
Higuchi
(9:07)[43]
Takao
(2:30)[46]
Ueno
(17:23)[44]
Oishi
(7:39)[41]
Akiyama
(10:49)[45]
Ueno Endo
(22:56)[45]
Ueno
(11:49)[41]
Takao
(12:01)[43]
Ueno
(17:23)[44]
Ueno
(13:56)[42]
Akiyama
(11:51)[40]
Katsumata Endo
(11:45)[43]
Katsumata
(10:59)[44]
Katsumata
(10:05)[40]
Oishi
(7:39)[41]
Ueno
(13:56)[42]
Akiyama
(9:53)[46]
Akiyama Endo
(14:00)[41]
Higuchi
(4:03)[42]
Akiyama
(8:22)[44]
Akiyama
(10:49)[45]
Akiyama
(11:51)[40]
Akiyama
(9:53)[46]
Final
   
A1 Konosuke Takeshita 23:29[47]
B1 Jun Akiyama TKO

2021 II

On July 4, 2021, DDT announced the next tournament would be named "D-Oh Grand Prix 2021 II", thus ending the trend of the name not matching the year. This edition ran from November 3 to December 5 and featured only 12 participants.[48] Konosuke Takeshita became the first wrestler to win the D-Oh Grand Prix while holding the KO-D Openweight Championship and the first to win two editions. Kenta Kobashi was the special observer for the tournament.[49]

Current Standings
Block A Block B
Yuki Ueno 6 Konosuke Takeshita 9
Tetsuya Endo 6 Yuji Okabayashi 8
Yuji Hino 6 Kazusada Higuchi 4
Jun Akiyama 6 Chris Brookes 4
Bodyguard 4 Mao 4
Naomi Yoshimura 2 Harashima 1
Block A Akiyama Endo Ueno Yoshimura Hino Bodyguard
Akiyama Akiyama
(18:28)[50]
Ueno
(9:42)[51]
Akiyama
(15:17)[52]
Hino
(19:44)[53]
Akiyama
(10:39)[54]
Endo Akiyama
(18:28)[50]
Ueno
(21:21)[54]
Endo
(8:20)[55]
Endo
(16:34)[51]
Endo
(12:11)[52]
Ueno Ueno
(9:42)[51]
Ueno
(21:21)[54]
Yoshimura
(13:51)[50]
Ueno
(16:25)[52]
Bodyguard
(10:45)[56]
Yoshimura Akiyama
(15:17)[52]
Endo
(8:20)[55]
Yoshimura
(13:51)[50]
Hino
(10:13)[56]
Bodyguard
(9:06)[53]
Hino Hino
(19:44)[53]
Endo
(16:34)[51]
Ueno
(16:25)[52]
Hino
(10:13)[56]
Hino
(15:06)[50]
Bodyguard Akiyama
(10:39)[54]
Endo
(12:11)[52]
Bodyguard
(10:45)[56]
Bodyguard
(9:06)[53]
Hino
(15:06)[50]
Block B Takeshita Harashima Higuchi Brookes Mao Okabayashi
Takeshita Takeshita
(16:19)[56]
Takeshita
(5:09)[54]
Takeshita
(18:46)[55]
Takeshita
(15:07)[50]
Draw
(30:00)[51]
Harashima Takeshita
(16:19)[56]
Higuchi
(16:24)[51]
Brookes
(15:06)[53]
Mao
(12:56)[52]
Draw
(30:00)[54]
Higuchi Takeshita
(5:09)[54]
Higuchi
(16:24)[51]
Higuchi
(14:49)[52]
Mao
(11:12)[53]
Okabayashi
(23:39)[56]
Brookes Takeshita
(18:46)[55]
Brookes
(15:06)[53]
Higuchi
(14:49)[52]
Brookes
(16:51)[56]
Okabayashi
(13:16)[50]
Mao Takeshita
(15:07)[50]
Mao
(12:56)[52]
Mao
(11:12)[53]
Brookes
(16:51)[56]
Okabayashi
(13:58)[55]
Okabayashi Draw
(30:00)[51]
Draw
(30:00)[54]
Okabayashi
(23:39)[56]
Okabayashi
(13:16)[50]
Okabayashi
(13:58)[55]
Final
   
A1 Yuki Ueno 27:10[49]
B1 Konosuke Takeshita Sub

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ In the 2021 II edition, because Konosuke Takeshita won the tournament while already being the champion, he was allowed to choose his challenger.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g This match was also for Takeshita's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship.
  3. ^ a b This match was also for Aoki's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship.
  4. ^ a b This match was also for Endo's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship.
  5. ^ a b This match was also for Bailey's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship.
  6. ^ a b This match was also for Takao's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship.

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