DRAGON GATE ‘KOBE Wrestling Festival’ 22/7/18 [Sun] 15:00 @ Kobe World Hall in Hyogo
(0) Oji Shiba vs. Kota Minoura
◆Winner: Yoshioka (5:53) with a Boston Crab
(1) Gamma, K-ness, Shachihoko BOY, “Brother” YASSHI & Mondai Ryu vs. U-T, Kaito Ishida, Shun Skywalker, Hyou Watanabe & Yuki Yoshioka
◆Winner: Skywalker (6:35) with the Skywalker Moonsault on BOY
(2) Ryo Saito vs. “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa
◆Winner: Saito (10:17) with a Small Package
(3) Open The Triangle Gate Championship Match: Kzy, Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi [63rd Champions] vs. Masato Tanaka, Yasushi Kanda & Takashi Yoshida [Challengers]
◆Winner: Kzy (15:03) with the Skyade Schoolboy on Kanda
~ 2nd successful title defence
(4) Open The Brave Gate Championship Match: Dragon Kid [34th Champion] vs. Eita [Challenger]
◆Winner: Eita (17:36) with the Salamander.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd defence, Eita becomes the 35th Champion
~ Eita bragged about becoming champion, despite the fact he cheated his way to the win
(5) Special International 6 Man Tag Match: Naruki Doi, Jason Lee & Luchador Bandido vs. Flamita, Kagetora & Yosuke ♡ Santa Maria
◆Winner: Flamita (15:56) with a Phoenix Splash on Bandido
(6) Masaaki Mochizuki, Tatsumi Fujinami & Hiro Saito vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Don Fuji & Punch Tominaga
◆Winner: Fujinami (14:34) with a Dragon Sleeper on Punch.
(7) Open The Twin Gate Championship Match: Big R Shimizu & Ben-K [42nd Champions] vs. YAMATO & BxB Hulk [Challengers]
◆Winner: YAMATO (28:15) with the Ragnarok on Shimizu.
~ Shimizu takes the fall, Doi was not happy to see him lose again.
~ Shimizu apologized to Doi after his match and Doi suggest he and Shimizu be the next challangers for Twin Gate belts.
(8) Open The Dream Gate Championship: Masato Yoshino [27th Champion] vs. Shingo Takagi [Challenger]
◆Winner: Yoshino (27:04) with the Sol Naciente
~ 1st successful title defence
~ Takagi attacked Yoshino with the belt from behind and said Yoshino’s title win was a fluke, he won the King of Gate, beat Mochizuki and he was lucky to win today
~ Yoshino will compete in Hong Kong