Pro Wrestling ZERO1 “EVOLUTION”, 6/11/2015 [Tue] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
(1) Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama & Yasufumi Nakanoueno [AJP]
◆Winner: Tanaka (15:52) following the Sliding D to Yokoyama.
~ The Animal Hamaguchi student duo fell to Emblem, but given the time of the match they definitely appeared to have put a challenge.
(2) Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Craig Classic & Victor Cosmo
◆Winner: Mineo (12:10) following a Swanton Bomb on Cosmo.
(3) Ryoji Sai vs. Mark Coffey
◆Winner: Sai (9:07) following the Nachi Waterfall.
(4) Kohei Sato & KAMIKAZE vs. Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato [Michinoku]
◆Winner: Hidaka (16:51) with a modified school boy trip on Sato.
~ Hidaka & Hayato pick up a win over the former IC Tag Champions and now seem to have their eyes set on going after Tag belts, which are currently held by Akebono & Sekimoto.
(5) International Junior Heavyweight & World Junior Heavyweight Double Championship Match: [Champion] Jonathan Gresham vs. [Challener] Jack Anthony
◆Winner: Gresham (11:47) with a German suplex hold.
~ 1st successful title defense.
(6) ZERO1 vs. BJW Tag Match: Shito Ueda & Yusaku Obata vs. Yuji Okabayashi & Ryuji Kawakami
◆Winner: Okabayashi (18:39) with the Golem Splash on Obata.
~ BJW claims a decisive win over ZERO1.
(7) NWA Intercontinental Tag Championship Match: [Champions] “ZERO64” Akebono & Daisuke Sekimoto vs. [Challengers] “NWF” James Raideen & Maybach β
◆Winner: Sekimoto (18:17) with a Deadlift German Suplex Hold on Maybach.
~ After the match, Sekimoto added his name to the potential competitors in this years Fire Festival tournament. Otani and Tanaka then made their way out to the ring. The rest of the locker room followed suit.
~ Yuji Okabayashi and Yutaka Yoshie were among the other notible freelancers to announced their bid into the tournament.
~ Former WWE wrestler and prior KAIENTA DOJO wrestler and champion, Sakamoto, now going by Kazma Sakamoto (KAZMA being his old name in K-DOJO) made a bid to be in this years Fire Festival tournament as well.
~ Yusaku Obata closed this meeting by dropping Sekimoto following a missle dropkick from the top rope. Obata the stated that he will certainly bring his best to the Festival and for ZERO1.