The Ultimate Tag League is a professional wrestling round-robin tag team tournament held by DDT Pro-Wrestling.[1] It was created in 2000 as the DDT Tag League (DDTタッグリーグ, DDT Taggu Rīgu) and was renamed KO-D (King of DDT) Tag League (KO-Dタッグリーグ, KO-D Taggu Rīgu) in 2001. In 2021, the tournament was brought back 16 years after the previous edition under its current name.[1]

The Ultimate Tag League is held under a points system, with 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw, and 0 for a loss. From 2000 to 2003, wins by pinfall, submission or knockout were awarded 3 points and wins via countout or disqualification were only worth 2 points. Number of entrants and formats have changed over the years, with up to three blocks of participants and the occasional inclusion of semifinals. Matches in the DDT/KO-D Tag League had a 20-minute time limit. The Ultimate Tag League matches have a 30-minute time limit.

List of winners

Tournament Year Winners
(total won as an individual)
Total won
as a team
Reference
DDT Tag League 2000 Koichiro Kimura and Tomohiko Hashimoto 1 [2]
KO-D Tag League 2001 Super Uchuu Power (2) and Mikami 1 [2]
2002 Mikami (2) and Thanomsak Toba 1 [2]
2003 Tomohiko Hashimoto (2) and Seiya Morohashi 1 [2]
2004 Hero! and Kudo 1 [2]
2005 Daichi Kakimoto and Kota Ibushi 1 [2]
Ultimate Tag League 2021 Konosuke Takeshita and Shunma Katsumata 1 [1][3]
2022 Harashima (2) and Naomi Yoshimura 1 [4]

Results

2000

The 2000 DDT Tag League featured two blocks of three teams and ran from August 24 to September 14.[5][6]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Sanshiro Takagi and Exciting Yoshida 6 Mikami and Thanomsak Toba 3
Takashi Sasaki and Yuki Nishino 3 Koichiro Kimura and Tomohiko Hashimoto 3
Poison Sawada Black and Kurokage [ja] 0 "Showa" and Neo Winger 2
Block A Takagi
Yoshida
Sawada
Kurokage [ja]
Sasaki
Nishino
Takagi
Yoshida
Takagi
Yoshida
(10:44)[7]
Takagi
Yoshida
(14:47)[8]
Sawada
Kurokage [ja]
Takagi
Yoshida
(10:44)[7]
Sasaki
Nishino
(11:22)[9]
Sasaki
Nishino
Takagi
Yoshida
(14:47)[8]
Sasaki
Nishino
(11:22)[9]
Block B Mikami
Toba
"Showa"
Winger
Kimura
Hashimoto
Mikami
Toba
"Showa"
Winger
(11:18)[a][7]
Mikami
Toba
(12:43)[8]
"Showa"
Winger
"Showa"
Winger
(11:18)[a][7]
Kimura
Hashimoto
(12:02)[9]
Kimura
Hashimoto
Mikami
Toba
(12:43)[8]
Kimura
Hashimoto
(12:02)[9]
Block B Decision Final
      
A1 Takagi and Yoshida 15:05[10]
B2 Kimura and Hashimoto Sub
B1 Mikami and Toba 8:18[10]
B2 Kimura and Hashimoto Pin Third place
A2 Sasaki and Nishino Pin
B1 Mikami and Toba 11:09[10]

2001

The 2001 KO-D Tag League ran from August 25 to September 30 and saw eight teams compete in a single block, with the top two scoring teams advancing to a final. On August 16, Mikami and Super Uchuu Power vacated the KO-D Tag Team Championship and put the titles on the line in the tournament.[11]

Final standings
Sanshiro Takagi and Sanshiro Takagi[b] 16
Super Uchuu Power and Mikami 12
Poison Sawada Julie and Hebikage [ja] 11
Takashi Sasaki and Thanomsak Toba 10
Asian Cougar and Asian Condor [ja] 9
Tomohiko Hashimoto and Retsu Maekawa 8
Issei Fujisawa [ja] and Tomohiro Ishii 6
"Showa" and "Showa" 80's [ja] 5
Results "Showa"
80's [ja]
Fujisawa [ja]
Ishii
Sasaki
Toba
Cougar
Condor [ja]
Takagi
Takagi
Sawada
Hebikage [ja]
Uchuu
Mikami
Hashimoto
Maekawa
"Showa"
80's [ja]
Double
Countout
(11:48)[12]
Sasaki
Toba
(13:43)[13]
"Showa"
80's
(14:05)[a][14]
Double
Countout
(15:06)[c][15]
Sawada
Hebikage
(9:04)[a][16]
Uchuu
Mikami
(13:11)[17]
Double
Countout
(9:59)[18]
Fujisawa [ja]
Ishii
Double
Countout
(11:48)[12]
Draw
(20:00)[19]
Cougar
Condor
(10:27)[d][18]
Takagi
Takagi
(16:26)[20]
Fujisawa
Ishii
(12:51)[21]
Uchuu
Mikami
(0:36)[13]
Draw
(20:00)[14]
Sasaki
Toba
Sasaki
Toba
(13:43)[13]
Draw
(20:00)[19]
Cougar
Condor
(14:25)[22]
Takagi
Takagi
(2:02)[23]
Sawada
Hebikage
(12:17)[24]
Sasaki
Toba
(13:02)[20]
Sasaki
Toba
(14:05)[17]
Cougar
Condor [ja]
"Showa"
80's
(14:05)[a][14]
Cougar
Condor
(10:27)[d][18]
Cougar
Condor
(14:25)[22]
Cougar
Condor
(11:53)[21]
Sawada
Hebikage
(16:54)[13]
Uchuu
Mikami
(13:14)[19]
Hashimoto
Maekawa
(11:33)[16]
Takagi
Takagi
Double
Countout
(15:06)[c][15]
Takagi
Takagi
(16:26)[20]
Takagi
Takagi
(2:02)[23]
Cougar
Condor
(11:53)[21]
Takagi
Takagi
(14:39)[25]
Takagi
Takagi
(15:13)[24]
Takagi
Takagi
(19:02)[13]
Sawada
Hebikage [ja]
Sawada
Hebikage
(9:04)[a][16]
Fujisawa
Ishii
(12:51)[21]
Sawada
Hebikage
(12:17)[24]
Sawada
Hebikage
(16:54)[13]
Takagi
Takagi
(14:39)[25]
Uchuu
Mikami
(15:18)[23]
Sawada
Hebikage
(16:51)[15]
Uchuu
Mikami
Uchuu
Mikami
(13:11)[17]
Uchuu
Mikami
(0:36)[13]
Sasaki
Toba
(13:02)[20]
Uchuu
Mikami
(13:14)[19]
Takagi
Takagi
(15:13)[24]
Uchuu
Mikami
(15:18)[23]
Hashimoto
Maekawa
(14:59)[26]
Hashimoto
Maekawa
Double
Countout
(9:59)[18]
Draw
(20:00)[14]
Sasaki
Toba
(14:05)[17]
Hashimoto
Maekawa
(11:33)[16]
Takagi
Takagi
(19:02)[13]
Sawada
Hebikage
(16:51)[15]
Hashimoto
Maekawa
(14:59)[26]
Final
   
1 Takagi and Takagi 18:21[27]
2 Uchuu and Mikami Pin
Third place
   
3 Sawada and Hebikage [ja] 7:48[27]
4 Sasaki and Toba Pin

2002

The 2002 KO-D Tag League ran from July 13 to August 25 and saw eight teams compete in a single block. On May 16, Mikami had to vacate the KO-D Tag Team Championship due to an injury. It was then decided than the tournament would crown new champions. Due to a four-way tie for first place, the four teams were paired in the semifinals, with the two winners facing off in the final. Tomohiko Hashimoto suffered an injury after one match. He was temporarily replaced by JPWA Lion #1 for one match and then permanently replaced by Seiya Morohashi for the remaining matches. Morohashi suffered a mild injury too and also had to forfeit a match.[28]

Final standings
Mikami and Thanomsak Toba 11
Super Uchuu Power and Poison Sawada Julie 11
Sanshiro Takagi and Miyuki Maeda [ja] 11
Takashi Sasaki and Gentaro 11
Kintaro Kanemura and Futoshi Miwa [ja] 10
Tachihikari [ja] and Seiya Morohashi/Tomohiko Hashimoto 9
Shoichi Ichimiya and Survival Tobita 9
Hebikage [ja] and Toguro Habukage 6
Results Takagi
Maeda [ja]
Tachihikari [ja]
Morohashi/Hashimoto
Mikami
Toba
Uchuu
Sawada
Hebikage [ja]
Habukage
Ichimiya
Tobita
Kanemura
Miwa [ja]
Sasaki
Gentaro
Takagi
Maeda [ja]
Tachihikari
Hashimoto
(15:08)[29]
Takagi
Maeda
(15:50)[30]
Uchuu
Sawada
(19:40)[31]
Takagi
Maeda
(13:14)[32]
Ichimiya
Tobita
(15:39)[33]
Takagi
Maeda
(14:52)[34]
Takagi
Maeda
(19:57)[a][35]
Tachihikari [ja]
Morohashi/Hashimoto
Tachihikari
Hashimoto
(15:08)[29]
Mikami
Toba
(Forfeit)[36]
Uchuu
Sawada
(17:22)[34]
Tachihikari
Morohashi
(15:39)[37]
Tachihikari
Morohashi
(14:19)[38]
Kanemura
Miwa
(11:29)[31]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(14:26)[e][39]
Mikami
Toba
Takagi
Maeda
(15:50)[30]
Mikami
Toba
(Forfeit)[36]
Draw
(20:00)[40]
Mikami
Toba
(15:18)[33]
Ichimiya
Tobita
(11:22)[41]
Mikami
Toba
(12:40)[42]
Draw
(20:00)[37]
Uchuu
Sawada
Uchuu
Sawada
(19:40)[31]
Uchuu
Sawada
(17:22)[34]
Draw
(20:00)[40]
Hebikage
Habukage
(17:30)[43]
Ichimiya
Tobita
(17:00)[a][29]
Double
Countout
(12:57)[30]
Uchuu
Sawada
(19:47)[44]
Hebikage [ja]
Habukage
Takagi
Maeda
(13:14)[32]
Tachihikari
Morohashi
(15:39)[37]
Mikami
Toba
(15:18)[33]
Hebikage
Habukage
(17:30)[43]
Hebikage
Habukage
(12:30)[45]
Kanemura
Miwa
(8:25)[41]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(16:04)[46]
Ichimiya
Tobita
Ichimiya
Tobita
(15:39)[33]
Tachihikari
Morohashi
(14:19)[38]
Ichimiya
Tobita
(11:22)[41]
Ichimiya
Tobita
(17:00)[a][29]
Hebikage
Habukage
(12:30)[45]
Kanemura
Miwa
(9:42)[39]
Double
Countout
(15:04)[47]
Kanemura
Miwa [ja]
Takagi
Maeda
(14:52)[34]
Kanemura
Miwa
(11:29)[31]
Mikami
Toba
(12:40)[42]
Double
Countout
(12:57)[30]
Kanemura
Miwa
(8:25)[41]
Kanemura
Miwa
(9:42)[39]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(12:52)[48]
Sasaki
Gentaro
Takagi
Maeda
(19:57)[a][35]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(14:26)[e][39]
Draw
(20:00)[37]
Uchuu
Sawada
(19:47)[44]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(16:04)[46]
Double
Countout
(15:04)[47]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(12:52)[48]
Semifinals Final
      
3 Takagi and Maeda [ja] 19:50[49]
2 Uchuu and Sawada Pin
2 Uchuu and Sawada 25:52[51]
1 Mikami and Toba Pin
1 Mikami and Toba Pin
4 Sasaki and Gentaro 18:28[50] Third place
3 Takagi and Maeda [ja] 19:48[52]
4 Sasaki and Gentaro Pin

2003

The 2003 KO-D Tag League was held from September 11 to September 28 and featured two blocks of five teams. On the first day of the tournament, the KO-D Tag Team Champions Takashi Sasaki and Thanomsak Toba lost their match against Super Uchuu Power and Super Uchuu Power Omega. They decided to vacate the titles in order to put them up for grab in the tournament.[53]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Takashi Sasaki and Thanomsak Toba 9 Tomohiko Hashimoto and Seiya Morohashi 7
Super Uchuu Power and Super Uchuu Power Omega 7 Kyosuke Sasaki [ja] and Ryu Echigo 6
Hero! and Kudo 6 Sanshiro Takagi and Yoshihiro Sakai 6
Danshoku Dino and O.K. Revolution 4 Gill Nakano and Dumbo Matsumoto [ja] 5
Ricky Fuji and Yusuke Inokuma 3 Badboy Hido and Shuji Ishikawa 4
Block A T. Sasaki
Toba
Hero!
Kudo
Uchuu
Omega
Fuji
Inokuma
Dino
Revolution
T. Sasaki
Toba
T. Sasaki
Toba
(10:47)[54]
Uchuu
Omega
(15:17)[55]
T. Sasaki
Toba
(12:40)[56]
T. Sasaki
Toba
(15:08)[57]
Hero!
Kudo
T. Sasaki
Toba
(10:47)[54]
Hero!
Kudo
(14:05)[58]
Hero!
Kudo
(12:57)[59]
Dino
Revolution
(12:04)[60]
Uchuu
Omega
Uchuu
Omega
(15:17)[55]
Hero!
Kudo
(14:05)[58]
Uchuu
Omega
(10:50)[61]
Draw
(20:00)[59]
Fuji
Inokuma
T. Sasaki
Toba
(12:40)[56]
Hero!
Kudo
(12:57)[59]
Uchuu
Omega
(10:50)[61]
Fuji
Inokuma
(13:06)[62]
Dino
Revolution
T. Sasaki
Toba
(15:08)[57]
Dino
Revolution
(12:04)[60]
Draw
(20:00)[59]
Fuji
Inokuma
(13:06)[62]
Block B Hido
Ishikawa
Hashimoto
Morohashi 
K. Sasaki [ja]
Echigo
Takagi
Sakai
Nakano
Matsumoto [ja]
Hido
Ishikawa
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(8:27)[f][61]
Hido
Ishikawa
(12:13)[63]
Takagi
Sakai
(10:42)[62]
Double
Countout
(9:18)[59]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(8:27)[f][61]
K. Sasaki
Echigo
(13:08)[55]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(16:39)[64]
Double
Countout
(8:22)[57]
K. Sasaki [ja]
Echigo
Hido
Ishikawa
(12:13)[63]
K. Sasaki
Echigo
(13:08)[55]
K. Sasaki
Echigo
(12:10)[59]
Nakano
Matsumoto
(5:59)[56]
Takagi
Sakai
Takagi
Sakai
(10:42)[62]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(16:39)[64]
K. Sasaki
Echigo
(12:10)[59]
Takagi
Sakai
(10:39)[g][65]
Nakano
Matsumoto [ja]
Double
Countout
(9:18)[59]
Double
Countout
(8:22)[57]
Nakano
Matsumoto
(5:59)[56]
Takagi
Sakai
(10:39)[g][65]
Final
   
A1 T. Sasaki and Toba 14:09[66]
B1 Hashimoto and Morohashi Pin

2004

The 2004 KO-D Tag League was held from September 16 to September 30 and featured three blocks of four teams. The points system was changed to a more traditional system of 2 points for a victory and 1 point for a draw. The winners would also win the vacant KO-D Tag Team Championship.[67]

Final standings
Block A Block B Block C
Hero! and Kudo 5 Tomohiko Hashimoto and Seiya Morohashi  6 Poison Sawada Julie and Clone Boy Jami 6
Sanshiro Takagi and Kota Ibushi 3 Takashi Sasaki and Gentaro 4 Danshoku Dino and Glenn "Q" Spectre 4
Masahiro Takanashi and Mineo Fujita 2 Muscle Sakai and Riki Senshu [ja] 2 Koichiro Kimura and Kenshin [ja] 2
Shoichi Ichimiya and Gorgeous Matsuno 2 Giant and Kuma Sentoin 0 Daichi Kakimoto and Futoshi Miwa [ja] 0
Block A Hero!
Kudo
Takagi
Ibushi
Takanashi
Fujita
Ichimiya
Matsuno
Hero!
Kudo
Draw
(20:00)[68]
Hero!
Kudo
(11:30)[69]
Hero!
Kudo
(10:29)[70]
Takagi
Ibushi
Draw
(20:00)[68]
Takagi
Ibushi
(10:21)[70]
Ichimiya
Matsuno
(14:50)[69]
Takanashi
Fujita
Hero!
Kudo
(11:30)[69]
Takagi
Ibushi
(10:21)[70]
Takanashi
Fujita
(4:55)[71]
Ichimiya
Matsuno
Hero!
Kudo
(10:29)[70]
Ichimiya
Matsuno
(14:50)[69]
Takanashi
Fujita
(4:55)[71]
Block B Sasaki
Gentaro
Sakai
Senshu [ja]
Giant
Sentoin
Hashimoto
Morohashi
Sasaki
Gentaro
Sasaki
Gentaro
(7:31)[68]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(9:20)[69]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(13:34)[70]
Sakai
Senshu [ja]
Sasaki
Gentaro
(7:31)[68]
Sakai
Senshu
(12:45)[70]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(9:01)[69]
Giant
Sentoin
Sasaki
Gentaro
(9:20)[69]
Sakai
Senshu
(12:45)[70]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(9:01)[71]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(13:34)[70]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(9:01)[69]
Hashimoto
Morohashi
(9:01)[71]
Block C Sawada
Jami
Dino
Spectre
Kimura
Kenshin [ja]
Kakimoto
Miwa [ja]
Sawada
Jami
Sawada
Jami
(11:20)[72]
Sawada
Jami
(14:58)[69]
Sawada
Jami
(15:12)[70]
Dino
Spectre
Sawada
Jami
(11:20)[72]
Dino
Spectre
(13:17)[70]
Dino
Spectre
(17:58)[69]
Kimura
Kenshin [ja]
Sawada
Jami
(14:58)[69]
Dino
Spectre
(13:17)[70]
Kimura
Kenshin
(11:52)[73]
Kakimoto
Miwa [ja]
Sawada
Jami
(15:12)[70]
Dino
Spectre
(17:58)[69]
Kimura
Kenshin
(11:52)[73]
  Playoff     Semifinals     Final
                           
        C1 Sawada and Jami 13:04[74]  
  A2 Takagi and Ibushi 16:09[75]     C2 Dino and Spectre Pin    
  B2 Sasaki and Gentaro         C2 Dino and Spectre 15:10[76]
  C2 Dino and Spectre Pin       A1 Hero! and Kudo Pin
        A1 Hero! and Kudo Pin    
        B1 Hashimoto and Morohashi 9:21[77]  

2005

The 2005 KO-D Tag League featured two blocks of four teams and ran from September 10 to September 23. Toru Owashi was forced to drop out of the tournament after his first match and forfeited his remaining matches. Due to a three-way tie for first place in block B, the three teams faced off in a three-way decision match, with the winners advancing to the final.[78]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Danshoku Dino and Glenn "Q" Spectre 4 Shoichi Ichimiya and Poison Julie Sawada 4
Sanshiro Takagi and Muscle Sakai 3 Francesco Togo and Don Maestro 4
Seiya Morohashi and Thanomsak Toba 3 Daichi Kakimoto and Kota Ibushi 4
Toru Owashi and Darkside Hero! 2 Mikami and Gorgeous Matsuno 0
Block A Dino
Spectre
Owashi
Hero!
Takagi
Sakai
Morohashi
Toba
Dino
Spectre
Dino
Spectre
(Forfeit)[79]
Takagi
Sakai
(13:44)[80]
Dino
Spectre
(17:25)[81]
Owashi
Hero!
Dino
Spectre
(Forfeit)[79]
Owashi
Hero!
(10:19)[82]
Morohashi
Toba
(Forfeit)[79]
Takagi
Sakai
Takagi
Sakai
(13:44)[80]
Owashi
Hero!
(10:19)[82]
Draw
(20:00)[83]
Morohashi
Toba
Dino
Spectre
(17:25)[81]
Morohashi
Toba
(Forfeit)[79]
Draw
(20:00)[83]
Block B Ichimiya
Sawada
Togo
Maestro
Kakimoto
Ibushi
Mikami
Matsuno
Ichimiya
Sawada
Ichimiya
Sawada
(13:46)[84]
Kakimoto
Ibushi
(14:05)[85]
Ichimiya
Sawada
(17:02)[86]
Togo
Maestro
Ichimiya
Sawada
(13:46)[84]
Togo
Maestro
(15:23)[87]
Togo
Maestro
(11:56)[88]
Kakimoto
Ibushi
Kakimoto
Ibushi
(14:05)[85]
Togo
Maestro
(15:23)[87]
Kakimoto
Ibushi
(9:24)[89]
Mikami
Matsuno
Ichimiya
Sawada
(17:02)[86]
Togo
Maestro
(11:56)[88]
Kakimoto
Ibushi
(9:24)[89]
  Block B Decision     Final
                 
      A1  Dino and Spectre 18:22[90]
      B3  Kakimoto and Ibushi Pin
  B1  Ichimiya and Sawada    
  B2  Togo and Maestro 11:10[91]  
  B3  Kakimoto and Ibushi Pin

2021

The Ultimate Tag League 2021 ran from May 9 to May 27 and featured five teams competing in a single block with the team scoring the most points to be declared the winners. Due to a tie, the top two scoring teams faced off in a tie-breaker. The time limit for the matches was increased from 20 minutes to 30 minutes.[92]

Final standings
Konosuke Takeshita and Shunma Katsumata
(The 37Kamiina)
5
Daisuke Sasaki and Yuji Hino
(Damnation)
5
Jun Akiyama and Makoto Oishi
(Junretsu)
4
Kazusada Higuchi and Yukio Sakaguchi
(Eruption)
4
Chris Brookes and Antonio Honda
(The Iyasarerus)
2
Results Higuchi
Sakaguchi
Akiyama
Oishi
Takeshita
Katsumata
Brookes
Honda
Sasaki
Hino
Higuchi
Sakaguchi
Akiyama
Oishi
(15:47)[93]
Higuchi
Sakaguchi
(20:25)[94]
Higuchi
Sakaguchi
(15:18)[95]
Sasaki
Hino
(14:40)[3]
Akiyama
Oishi
Akiyama
Oishi
(15:47)[93]
Takeshita
Katsumata
(18:10)[3]
Brookes
Honda
(13:09)[96]
Akiyama
Oishi
(14:12)[95]
Takeshita
Katsumata
Higuchi
Sakaguchi
(20:25)[94]
Takeshita
Katsumata
(18:10)[3]
Takeshita
Katsumata
(17:22)[93]
Draw
(30:00)[96]
Brookes
Honda
Higuchi
Sakaguchi
(15:18)[95]
Brookes
Honda
(13:09)[96]
Takeshita
Katsumata
(17:22)[93]
Sasaki
Hino
(13:54)[94]
Sasaki
Hino
Sasaki
Hino
(14:40)[3]
Akiyama
Oishi
(14:12)[95]
Draw
(30:00)[96]
Sasaki
Hino
(13:54)[94]
Tie-breaker
   
1 Sasaki and Hino 14:37[3]
2 Takeshita and Katsumata Pin

2022

The 2022 Ultimate Tag League ran from January 30 to February 27.[97][98] This edition featured ten teams competing in two blocks. On January 3, Harashima and Naomi Yoshimura vacated the KO-D Tag Team Championship so it could be put up for grab in the tournament.[99] Danshoku "Dandy" Dino was originally scheduled to represent Pheromones but had to be pulled off the tournament when he was diagnosed with COVID-19 symptoms days before the start. He was replaced by Yumehito "Fantastic" Imanari.[100] CDK, the team of Chris Brookes and Masa Takanashi, had to forfeit multiples matches due to various medical reasons.[101][102]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Konosuke Takeshita and Yuki Ueno
(The 37Kamiina)
6 Harashima and Naomi Yoshimura
(Disaster Box)
6
Tetsuya Endo and Jun Akiyama
(Burning)
6 Yuki "Sexy" Iino and Yumehito "Fantastic" Imanari
(Pheromones)
4
Yuji Hino and Yukio Naya 4 Daisuke Sasaki and MJ Paul
(Damnation T.A)
4
Kazusada Higuchi and Hideki Okatani
(Eruption)
2 Chris Brookes and Masahiro Takanashi
(Calamari Drunken Kings)
4
Shuji Kondo and Kazuki Hirata 0 Shunma Katsumata and Mao
(The37Kamiina)
2
Block A Takeshita
Ueno
Endo
Akiyama
Higuchi
Okatani
Hino
Naya
Kondo
Hirata
Takeshita
Ueno
Takeshita
Ueno
(24:09)[4]
Higuchi
Okatani
(19:51)[102]
Takeshita
Ueno
(18:28)[103]
Takeshita
Ueno
(14:10)[104]
Endo
Akiyama
Takeshita
Ueno
(24:09)[4]
Endo
Akiyama
(19:37)[105]
Endo
Akiyama
(14:40)[104]
Endo
Akiyama
(12:10)[102]
Higuchi
Okatani
Higuchi
Okatani
(19:51)[102]
Endo
Akiyama
(19:37)[105]
Hino
Naya
(Forfeit)[106]
No Contest[4]
Hino
Naya
Takeshita
Ueno
(18:28)[103]
Endo
Akiyama
(14:40)[104]
Hino
Naya
(Forfeit)[106]
Hino
Naya
(11:26)[107]
Kondo
Hirata
Takeshita
Ueno
(14:10)[104]
Endo
Akiyama
(12:10)[102]
No Contest[4] Hino
Naya
(11:26)[107]
Block B Harashima
Yoshimura
Brookes
Takanashi 
Sasaki
Paul
Katsumata
Mao
Iino
Imanari
Harashima
Yoshimura
Brookes
Takanashi
(19:13)[104]
Harashima
Yoshimura
(21:52)[107]
Harashima
Yoshimura
(14:41)[103]
Harashima
Yoshimura
(12:30)[4]
Brookes
Takanashi
Brookes
Takanashi
(19:13)[104]
Sasaki
Paul
(Forfeit)[102]
Brookes
Takanashi
(7:03)[4]
Iino
Imanari
(Forfeit)[101]
Sasaki
Paul
Harashima
Yoshimura
(21:52)[107]
Sasaki
Paul
(Forfeit)[102]
Katsumata
Mao
(12:40)[105]
Sasaki
Paul
(16:32)[108]
Katsumata
Mao
Harashima
Yoshimura
(14:41)[103]
Brookes
Takanashi
(7:03)[4]
Katsumata
Mao
(12:40)[105]
Iino
Imanari
(9:35)[104]
Iino
Imanari
Harashima
Yoshimura
(12:30)[4]
Iino
Imanari
(Forfeit)[101]
Sasaki
Paul
(16:32)[108]
Iino
Imanari
(9:35)[104]
Final
   
A1 Takeshita and Ueno 20:14[4]
B1 Harashima and Yoshimuira Pin

See also

References

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j This was a countout victory worth 2 points.
  2. ^ Shoichi Ichimiya under the name Sanshiro Takagi (高偽三四郎, Takagi Sanshirō), written with gi (, fake)
  3. ^ a b "Showa" 80's wrestled as Father of "Showa" in this match.
  4. ^ a b Makoto Miyazawa [ja] replaced Ishii in this match.
  5. ^ a b JPWA Lion #1 replaced Hashimoto in this match.
  6. ^ a b This was a Scramble Bunkhouse Deathmatch.
  7. ^ a b This was a ladder match.

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