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Toryumon Champ Forum 6/7/97 taped 5/11/97 Mexico City
& Toryumon Champ Forum 6/14/97 taped 5/11/97 Mexico City
-1hr 45min. Q=1st Gen

Champ Forum 6/7/97

Shima Nobunaga vs. Katsumasa Kuroki (Magnum TOKYO)

Tatsuki Fujii (Sumo Fuji) vs. Takahiro Suwa

    Champ Forum 6/14/97

Shinobi & Tsubasa vs. Tony Rivera & Cuervo

Kendo & Pantera & Solar vs. El Brazo & Brazo de Oro & Jose Luis Feliciano

Ultimo Dragon vs. Negro Casas

Toryumon Groupo Revolution Champ Forum 8/16/97
& Groupo Revolucion Champ Forum 9/13/97

-1hr 50min. Q=1st Gen

    Champ Forum Groupo Revolucion 8/16/97 taped 8/4/97 Mexico City

Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa vs. Magnum Tokyo & Shiima Nobunaga. Magnum & Nobunaga show great aerial skills. ***

Brazo De Plata & El Brazo & Halcon Negro vs. Tsubasa & Super Astro & Kendo. Bad match with a ton of wasted time. Even Astro was nothing special here. *

La Fiera & Emilio Charles Jr. vs. Ultimo Dragon & Atlantis. Decent match, but the heels have aged so they didn't make the spots look as good as they once did. **1/4

    Champ Forum Groupo Revolucion 9/13/97 taped 8/17/97 Arena Naucalpan

Bakeero Torato (sp) & El Porto vs. Macabro Rojo Jr. & Padeishikadoru (major sp)

Mexico vs. Japan Elimination Match: Dr. Cerebro & Fantastic & Solar & Astro Rey Jr. & Olympico vs. TAKA Michinoku & Magnum Tokyo & Shiima Nobunaga & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa. Good match, but way too long.

Shukan Puroresu Video Zokan (special edition) Vol. 32 Open! Toryumon Commercial Tape
-2hr. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

Ultimo Dragon highlights

Introduction of Magnum TOKYO, SAITO, Dragon Kid, & CRAZY MAX

3/1/98 Arena Naucalpan: Highlights of Dr. Cerebro beating Nobunaga in the IRWG Intercontinental Welterkyu Senshuken decision match

12/6/97 Arena Naucalpan: Highlights of Young Dragon Hai (cup)/Torneo Copa Dragon Juvenil

Introduction of Kanda, Arai, Horiguchi, Mochizuki, Ichikawa, and SAITO

12/12/98 Arena Naucalpan: Highlights of 2nd Young Dragon Hai. 7 minutes of the final between  Horiguchi & Arai is shown

Visit to Ultimo Dragon Gym

8/29/98 Arena Naucalpan 6 Man Elimination Match: Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & SAITO vs. Shiima Nobunaga & Judo Suwa & Sumo Fuji. ***3/4

More Ultimo highlights

12/12/98 Arena Naucalpan: Shiima Nobunaga & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa & Yoshikazu Taru vs. El Hijo Del Santo & Vampiro Canadiense & Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid. ***

Toryumon on GAORA 1/3/99 & Jd' #33 1/14/99
-1hr 25min. Q=1st Gen


Elimination Match: Magnum Tokyo & Dragon Kid & SAITO vs. Shiima Nobunaga & Judo Suwa & Sumo Fuji

    Jd' #33 1/14/99 taped 11/22/98 Kyoto KBS Hall

Ryuna vs. Hiroyo Muto

Obatchi Iizuka vs. Esther Moreno

Yuko Kosugi & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Lioness Asuka & The Bloody

Jaguar Yokota vs. Megumi Yabushita

TWF World Tag Titles: Cooga & Sumie Sakai vs. Shark Tsuchiya & Fang Suzuki

Toryumon #1 2/3/99 KING OF DRAGON
-1hr 55min. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

Introduction of all the Toryumon wrestlers

    1/31/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Genki Horiguchi vs. Yasushi Kanda

Susumu Mochizuki vs. Kenichiro Arai

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Yoshikazu Taru

    2/3/99 Kobe Sambo Hall

Yoshikazu Taru & Masaaki Mochizuki (Buko Dojo) vs. Takashi Okamura & Geiichi Kareno (Budo Dojo team)

6 Man Elimination Match: Shiima Nobunaga & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa vs. Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & SAITO

Toryumon #2 2/17/99 KING OF DRAGON
-1hr 55min. Q=1st Gen

    2/6/99 Nagoya

NWA Sekai Welterkyu Oiza Ketteisen: Dragon Kid vs. Dr. Cerebro

NWA Sekai Welterkyu Oiza Ketteisen: Dragon Kid vs. Dr. Cerebro

    2/7/99 Yokohama Bunka Taiikukan

NWA Sekai Welterkyu Senshukenjiai: Dragon Kid vs. Judo Suwa

    2/5 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2

IRWG Intercontinental Welterkyu Senshukenjiai: Shiima Nobunaga vs. Magnum TOKYO
    2/7/99 Yokohama Bunka Taiikukan

NWA Sekai Welterkyu Tournament *first three matches are edited down to 2-3 minutes

Magnum TOKYO vs. Sumo Fuji

The Great Sasuke (Michinoku Pro) vs. Gran Naniwa (Michinoku Pro)

Shiima Nobunaga vs. Sasuke The Great (Michinoku Pro)

Final: Magnum TOKYO vs. The Great Sasuke

Toryumon #3 6/1/99 DRAGON FEVER
-1hr 55min. Q=1st Gen

    4/22/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

SAITO vs. Genki Horiguchi

Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Kenichiro Arai vs. Shimu Nobunaga & Judo Suwa & Sumo

     4/25/99 Club Citta Kawasaki

Kenichiro Arai vs. Sumo Fuji

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Tsubo Genjin

SAITO & Genki Horiguchi & Susumu Mochizuki vs. Shimu Nobunaga & Judo Suwa & Sumo

NWA Sekai Welterkyu Senshukenjiai: Dragon Kid vs. Judo Suwa. Suwa wins title.

Toryumon 9/24/99 DRAGON HARVEST FESTIVAL '99 taped 9/14/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=1st Gen

Susumu Mochizuki vs. Genki Horiguchi

Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Chocoball Kobe

Kenichiro Arai vs. Yasushi Kanda

Shima Nobunaga & Judo Suwa & Sumo Fuji vs. Makoto & Yoshiyuki Saito & Stalker Ichikawa

Magnum TOKYO vs. TARU

Toryumon CRAZY MAX FILMS Be CRAZY! Commercial Tape
-1 1/2hr. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

Feature on SUWA. He breaks a TV with a mallet.

Feature on Sumo "Dandy" Fuji. He actually acts like a sumo. Also, he squeezes some chicks chi chi.

Feature on CIMA

Highlights of CRAZY MAX in Michinoku

4/22/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall: Shiima Nobunaga & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa vs. Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Kenichiro Arai. Spots, spots, spots, and even more spots. Dragon Kid's mask is ripped off after the match, so Ultimo comes in and uses his good arm to make the save, which was kinda depressing. 10:40 shown.

Feature on TARU

7/16/99 Kanagawa Yokohama Bunka Taiikukan: Shiima Nobunaga & Sumo Fuji & TARU vs. Magnum TOKYO & TAKA Michinoku & Kenichiro Arai. Spectacular match with great action. Any match where TAKA opposes CIMA is certainly worth checking out. None of the other guys impressed me that much though because they do a zillion spots, but fail to make them have any meaning. Somehow the fans were still into most of the near falls, and there were a ton of near falls because they did this like a Michinoku tag with one save after another. ***1/2

8/8/99: Name changes and match highlights

9/14/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall: TARU vs. Magnum TOKYO. Pretty good one-dimensional spot match. TARU's offense was better than normal and Magnum didn't make him do anything too difficult. 9:03 shown.

CIMA at a U.S. Marines base

CIMA on an island. He watched a Habu vs. a Mongoose, and when the Habu wins they put it up like a wrestling result claiming a :49 victory with a choke sleeper.

*COOP available*

Toryomon CIMA CIMANIA Commercial Tape
-2hr. Q=Near Perfect

Note: most matches are clipped

4/1/00: CIMA vs. Ricky Marvin

4/9/00: CIMA vs. Onryo

4/9/00: CIMA vs. Naoki Sano

4/9/00: CIMA vs. Jushin Thunder Liger

3/18/00: Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa

3/20/00: Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa

3/25/00 NWA Welterweight Title Match: Judo Suwa vs. Genki Horiguchi

4/15/00: Dragon Kid & Tiger Mask & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa

4/18/00: CIMA & Sumo Fuji & Judo Suwa & Yoshikazu Taru & Makoto vs. Dragon Kid & Tiger Mask & Genki & Horiguchi & Yoshiyuki Saito & Ryo Saito

4/25/00: CIMA & Sumo Fuji & Yoshikazu Taru vs. Dragon Kid & Genki Horiguchi & Stalker Ichikawa

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #13 3/10/01
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

2/17/01: Final 4+ minutes of a 10 elimination tag where Ryo Saito is taking on Milano. Highlight is the tornado press that Milano does before the end, which is like a corkscrew version of the Lionsault.

2/10/01 Act City Hamamatsu Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Ryuji Hijikata. 3:35 shown

Magnum TOKYO & Kenichiro Arai Ryo vs. CIMA & Big Fuji & TARU. Fast paced with lots of good action. In spite of the lame finish, it looked to be at least a ***1/2 match. 5:25 shown

2/12/01 Hyogo Kobe Chicken George: Dragon Kid SAITO vs. Darkness Dragon & Yasushi Kanda. Pretty good match with an annoying run in finish highlighted by Dragon Kid's swandive version of the Diamond dust. 6:13 shown

2/25/01 Tokyo Differ Ariake: Dragon Kid & Azteca vs. Darkness Dragon & Susumu Mochizuki. Highlight was Dragon Kid doing a Sabu looking double jump moonsault. 6:42 shown

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Masaaki Mochizuki. They wore boxing gloves, but Ichikawa took his off after 30 seconds and laid down so Mochizuki pinned him with a body press off the bottom rope. DUD

Magnum TOKYO & Kenichiro Arai & Genki Horiguchi vs. CIMA & SUWA & TARU. Pretty slow match. It was adequate, but kind of dull since never really picked up. Crazy Max does a good spot where SUWA giant swings the opposition, but instead of releasing him when he has enough momentum (and is tired) CIMA dropkicks the opponent in the head. **1/4

Ryo Saito vs. Big Fuji. Fuji carried the match. He still hasn't developed any offense. The 1st 10 minutes were pretty slow. It got interesting after that, but it was only an 11:51 match so it ended a little after it got good. Saito didn't do much. Fuji ran him over with a bike after the match. **

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #14 4/10/01
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

3/11/01 Zepp Sendai

Highlights of EL NUMERO UNO league matches - Genki Horiguchi vs. Susumu Mochizuki & CIMA vs. Darkness Dragon

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Magnum TOKYO vs. Kenichiro Arai. Cool moves, mainly by Magnum. He did this incredible elbow drop where it looked like he was going to backflip, but instead he turned in the air. His released Dragon suplex was also really nice. Arai is kind of awkward since various headbutts are the majority of his offense, but he did win with a firebird splash. This match didn't make any sense, but Magnum impressed me with his athleticism and execution. 9:59 shown

3/17/01 Tokyo Differ Ariake

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: CIMA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki. Another good match ruined by a crappy, abrupt screw job ending. Teh highlight was Mochizuki stopping the iconoclasm with a chop to the head then doing a handstand off CIMA's back to get off the top and back into the ring. CIMA then ducked Mochizuki's lariat, but Mochizuki landed on his feet for a German suplex and gve CIMA a climb up enzuigiri. 10:05 shown

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Dragon Kid vs. Susumu Mochizuki. Dragon did a few awesome flying moves, but looked sloppy even though the match was clipped down to 1/10th. Digest

3/20/01 Aichi Nagoya Shi Taiikukan

Stan Ichikawa vs. Susumu Mochizuki. 3:21 shown

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Magnum TOKYO vs. Yasushi Kanda. Digest

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: CIMA vs. Ryo Saito. Seemed pretty solid and well worked. 3:21 shown

3/24/01 Kobe Chicken George

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Magnum TOKYO vs. Big Fuji. Just chaos from the get go with Fuji attacking Magnum while he was walking down the aisle. A wrestling match never ensued as Fuji kept on Tokyo with tactics like choking him with a bull rope until he was disqualified.

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Ryo Saito vs. Darkness Dragon. Digest

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: Dragon Kid vs. SUWA. These two always work well together, and this was no exception. SUWA took all Dragon's moves well as always, but it was a big disappointing because Dragon lost after so little offense by SUWA. Dragon did an Ace crusher off the second that was impressive because of how far away they landed from the starting point. 8:25 shown

4/8/01 Osaka Bayside Jenny

3 WAY DANCE MATCH: Magnum TOKYO vs. Kenichiro Arai vs. Big Fuji. They didn't seem to have any concept of how to pull this off so they kind of just went back and forth between opponents. They would hit each other, but they didn't do much in the way of sequences. An awkward match that would have been much better under the triangle match rules where two guys fight a singles match and then the winner takes on the third guy. *1/2

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: SUWA vs. Susumu Mochizuki. Digest

EL NUMERO UNO Koshikisen: CIMA vs. TARU. CIMA did a Van Dam kind of spot where he tied TARU up in the tree of woe then did a swandive missile kick to the balls from the opposite side of the ring. Digest

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #15 5/20/01
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

4/14 Tokyo Differ Ariake

Battle Royal

EL NUMERO UNO Tournament Junkessho: Magnum TOKYO vs. SUWA

EL NUMERO UNO Tournament Junkessho: CIMA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

EL NUMERO UNO Tournament Yushoketteisen: Magnum TOKYO vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

Kenichiro Arai & Ryo Saito vs. Big Fuji & TARU

4/29 Kobe Chicken George

Magnum TOKYO & Kenichiro Arai & Ryo Saito vs. CIMA & Big Fuji & TARU

British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Yasushi Kanda

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #18 8/18/01 taped 7/1 Kobe World Kinen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Kenichiro Arai & Apache vs. Genki Horiguchi & SAITO

Stalker Ichikawa vs. TARU

Dragon Kid & Ricky Marvin & Ryo Saito vs. Susumu Mochizuki & Yasushi Kanda & Darkness Dragon

Dick Togo vs. Chocoflake K-ICHI

UWA Sekai 6 Man Tag Senshukenjiai: CIMA & SUWA & Big Fuji vs. The Great Sasuke & Tiger Mask & Gran Hamada

Magnum TOKYO vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #19 8/25/01
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

8/14 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

NWA World Welterweight Title Match: Susumu Mochizuki vs. Ricky Marvin

Kenichiro Arai & Stalker Ichikawa vs. Genki Horiguchi & SAITO

7/29 Kobe Chicken George

CIMA & Big Fuji vs. Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito

Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Stalker Ichikawa vs. Susumu Mochizuki & Yasushi Kanda & Darkness Dragon

8/14 Tokyo Korakuen Hall UWA World 6 Man Tag Title 3 WAY DANCE MATCH: CIMA & SUWA & Big Fuji vs. Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Ryo Saito vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Yasushi Kanda & Darkness Dragon

8/19 Osaka Bayside Jenny: CIMA & SUWA & Big Fuji vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Yasushi Kanda & Susumu Mochizuki

Toryomon Special !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #21 10/9/01 ABSOLUTAMENTE taped 9/30 Tokyo Ota-ku Taiikukan
-2hr 55min. Q=TV Master


Genki Horiguchi vs. Apache

Yasushi Kanda & Chocoflake K-ICHI vs. Big Fuji & TARU

NWA World Welterweight Title Match: Susumu Mochizuki vs. Ryo Saito

ABSOLUTAMENTE ~Kanaami 5 WAY Escape Match~: Magnum TOKYO vs. Dragon Kid vs. Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Darkness Dragon vs. CIMA

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #24 12/7/01 LA GRAN PELEA taped 11/18 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid vs. Susumu Mochizuki & Darkness Dragon 15:31. Hell of an opener. No one will accuse these guys of not getting their running it. It was almost as if they turned dashing across the ring into a spectacular, well worked match. The spots were difficult, but done very smoothly. Kid vs. Susumu was by far the best pairing, as they were the two best in the match, and that much better when countering one another. Kid was at his flashy best and totally on with his execution. Magnum was the least impressive because he's the least athletic and prone to lazy execution errors. They seemed to run out of ideas in the middle or just kind of stagnate with the rudos on offense, but then it picked up in a big way as they headed toward the finish. Susumu did one of the longest delayed suplexes in history. ***1/2

5 Minute Exhibition Match: Kenichiro Arai vs. Super Shiisa. This was like the opening of a 20 plus minute technical match from a few decades ago. They did all those wear down holds that have largely been eliminated like the hammerlock, but made them interesting enough with their counters. But then the 5 minutes were up.

British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Crown Challenger Decision Match: Apache vs. Ricky Marvin. Aside from a few major blown spots due to slips, this was a nice little battle between AAA and EMLL. Marvin did an awesome super quebrada where he just leaped to the top and right back off. He also did this awesome sequence where he stopped himself with a handstand into the ropes then did a backflip over Apache and went right for a huracanrana, but Apache turned it into the Lion tamer. There were some other spectacular spots, but this too short match was oddly paced and didn't come together as a whole. **1/2

Masaaki Mochizuki & Genki Horiguchi vs. Big Fuji & Ryo Saito. Aside from the unnatural Fuji this was an excellent match. Well worked dramatic match with strong heat. Saito was impressive even though it's weird seeing a match where the rudos offense is better than the technicos. Horiguchi did a great swing DDT, climb-up moonsault, and no touch tope con hilo. Mochizuki put an RVD twist to his climb-up enzuigiri by having Horiguchi throw Fuji a case. ***1/2

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #25 1/2/02
-2hr 55min. Q=TV Master

taped 12/10/01 Tokyo Komazawa Olympic Koen Taiikukan

Super Shiisa Debutsen: Darkness Dragon & Susumu Mochizuki vs. Dragon Kid & Super Shiisa. You could see that Shiisa could become a real pleasure to watch once he gets more comfortable and confident performing. He's a Kendo type with manuevers that look great because of his amazing athleticism, though they actually do little to no damage. He had some execution and timing problems, but he didn't do any ordinary moves and like Dragon Kid everything was spectacular if it came off right. Kid's stuff was all coming off today, and Darkness & Susumu were doing their usual strong job of making the opposition look good. The match died when they would go on offense, not so much because their offense is weak, but the pace dropped so drastically and there wasn't any spark or intensity. 16:41 of 17:02. ***1/2

Stalker Ichikawa vs. TARU. Same lame old routine from Ichikawa. TARU did nothing. 5:12 of 6:28. DUD

TARU & Big Fuji vs. Kenichiro Arai & Raimu Mishima. Really short, which doesn't bother me given who was involved, but I expect more action if so they aren't asked being to fill time. Arai is a good opponent for stiffs since his headbutt variations can be done to anyone. 4:52. *

NWAWorld Welterweight Title Match: Ryo Saito vs. Genki Horiguchi. Some excellent moves, but that and outside interference were the whole match. A title match should be about the title not about guys at ringside or in the locker room and not building to other matches since the title should be the highest stakes. 12:12 of 12:54. **

British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Magnum TOKYO vs. Ricky Marvin. Some brilliant moves, including an amazing dive by each, but they didn't know how to set them up or get anything out of them. There's no concept of defense or weardown in this league. It's just going for big moves consistently and either they are countered or they are hit. That results in the match just ending because it looks about the same throughout when there's no need to work up to anything. SUWA came out after the match acting friendly. Magnum was leery, but eventually agreed to shake his hand only to get jumped. 12:10 of 13:12. **1/2

Hair vs. Hair Lumberjack Match: CIMA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki. To me these stips negate each other. You have two guys fighting for the pride of their locks, but the match is really being decided by who has their back. They made it look like Mochizuki was about dead early on so Horiguchi could save with powder. A little later CIMA was out of it, but Mochizuki inexplicably threw him to the floor and Ultimo wound up fighting Mochizuki, which gave CIMA a long time to recover. The match didn't develope and never gained momentum because it was just do some moves then have some interference. 15:56. **

taped 11/25 Mexico

3 vs. 4 Irregular Match: Milano Collection A.T. & Masato Yoshino & S.B. Tsujimoto vs. Kentaro Mori & Kinya Oyanagei & TARUcito & Takayuki Yagi. Milano was pretty smooth, but this seemed like chaos. 3:03 shown

Young Dragon Hai Kesshosen: Shuji Kondo vs. Toru Owashi. Owashi looked competent, but this was pretty much edited down to the moves. 2:22 of 9:38

2/3 Falls: Masaaki Mochizuki & Susumu Mochizuki vs. Octagon & Heavy Metal. 1st fall was skipped. Susumu faked getting low blowed to get Metal DQ'd in the 2nd fall. Soon Susumu low blowed Octagon to win the match. It's hard to fathom why people are still amused by this foul stuff, but at least they used to wrestle before them. ?, 0:47 of 1:36, & 2:56.

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #27 2/22/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

12/30/01 Kobe Chicken George

SUWA vs. Raimu Mishima

CIMA & TARU vs. Susumu Mochizuki & Darkness Dragon

Tag Tournament Kesshosen: Susumu Mochizuki & Darkness Dragon vs. Big Fuji & Ryo Saito

1/8/02 Tokyo Korakuen Hall UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Match: CIMA & Don (Big) Fuji & TARU vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Susumu Mochizuki & Darkness Dragon

1/24/02 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2

SUWA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Match: CIMA & Don Fuji & TARU vs. Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Kenichiro Arai

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #28 3/22/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

2/3 Fukuoka Hakata Starlanes: SUWA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

2/24 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

SUWA vs. Shigeo Okumura

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Mitsuhiro Matsunaga

Darkness Dragon & Genki Horiguchi vs. Magnum TOKYO & Super Shiisa

Mochizuki Contra Mochizuki: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Susumu Mochizuki

2/26 Kobe Chicken George: Susumu Yokosuka & Darkness Dragon & Genki Horiguchi vs. Magnum TOKYO & Dragon Kid & Ryo Saito

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #29 3/30/02 T2P taped 3/3/02 Tokyo Differ Ariake
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

T2P Ability Assessment League C Block Representative 3 Way Match: Anthony W. Mori vs. Takayuki Yagi vs. S.b. TSUJIMOTO

T2P Ability Assessment League B Block Representative Decision Match: Shuji Kondo vs. Toru Owashi

T2P Ability Assessment League Decision Tournament 1st Round: Masato Yoshino vs. Anthony W. Mori

T2P Ability Assessment League Decision Tournament 1st Round: Milano Collection A.T. vs. Shuji Kondo

Syachihoko Machines vs. Noriaki Kawabata & Raimu Mishima

TARU & TARUcito vs. Ryo Saito & Kinya Oyanagei

T2P Ability Assessment League Decision Tournament Final, 1st NWA International Light Heavyweight Champion Decision Match: Milano Collection A.T. vs. Masato Yoshino

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #30 4/19/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

3/12 Hyogo Kobe Chicken George: CIMA & SUWA vs. Don Fujii & TARU. Too long for these guys, who don't know how to build the match up. They just reverted to exchanging for much of the early portion. Match picked up at 11 when SUWA made the hot tag, but CIMA was back in 2 1/2 minutes later looking fresh despite having been beat on for the majority of the match. Maybe this was supposed to be some kind of angle because when CIMA & SUWA were going to whip Fujii into the ropes, SUWA shoved CIMA down and traded blows with Fujii. SUWA then hit CIMA when he got up. A few good minutes, but otherwise they weren't doing much beyond pacing themselves. 17:04 of 30:00

3/15 Kanagawa Kawasaki Shi Taiikukan British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Magnum TOKYO vs. SUWA. SUWA attacked Magnum's dancing fairies before the match, with Magnum being too busy prancing and posing elsewhere to save them. M2K hit the ring and teamed up on SUWA though until CIMA & Fujii made the save. The match itself had some decent spots, but ended before I'd even realized they got it going. 5:00. *1/4

3/21 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

El Numero Uno C Block Koshikisen: Stalker Ichikawa vs. SUWA. SUWA was destroying Ichikawa. When he was beating him with a chair on the outside, Magnum jumped him to avenge the title change. Ichikawa got back and got the count out win while TOKYO was chairing SUWA. The problem with this finish is why isn't it a DQ? Magnum isn't allowed to have his way with SUWA right in front of the ref just because SUWA is on the outside. 2:54. DUD

El Numero Uno B Block Koshikisen: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Kenichiro Arai. These two worked well together with Mochizuki attacking and Arai countering on occasion. Arai was overmatched but resiliant. He was getting dominated until he countered a swandive move with a jawbreaker. Even then he didn't have a run of offense, it was just that he was able to hang around, and in this case long enough to eventually pull off the upset. 9:29 of 11:46. ***

El Numero Uno ABlock Koshikisen: Magnum TOKYO vs. Susumu Mochizuki. Susumu used a surprisingly vast knee arsenal to work Magnum's knee the whole match. Magnum was consistent in his selling. He would make little comebacks, but Susumu would stop them short by finding a way to hit the knee. Wrestling was very good, but the acting wasn't so convincing, especially toward the end. 15:51 of 19:19. ***1/4

3/24 Miyagi Zepp Sendai

El Numero Uno C Block Koshikisen: Don Fuji vs. Ryo Saito. 3:01 of 30:00

El Numero Uno A Block Koshikisen: Dragon Kid vs. Magnum TOKYO. Didn't appear to be the quality one might think because both give much better than they take, especially Magnum since his muscles just get in his way. 2:52 of 16:56

El Numero Uno B Block Koshikisen: CIMA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki. Also seemed disappointing with a little sloppy and mistimed segment near the end. 2:56 of 13:43

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #31 5/17/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

4/22 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Dragon Scramble Battle Royal

Magnum TOKYO vs. SUWA

Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA

Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Magnum TOKYO

4/27 Kobe Chicken George

Magnum TOKYO & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Susumu Yokosuka & Darkness Dragon

NWA World Welterweight Title Match: Ryo Saito vs. Genki Horiguchi

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #32 6/3/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

5/11 Tokyo Differ Ariake

One Night Tag Tournament Partner Nintei 4 Way Match: CIMA vs. SUWA vs. Magnum TOKYO vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Kintaro Kanemura

One Night Tag Tournament Ikkaisen: SUWA & TARU vs. Don Fuji & Ryo Saito

One Night Tag Tournament Ikkaisen: Masaaki Mochizuki & CIMA vs. Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi

One Night Tag Tournament Yushosen: SUWA & TARU vs. Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi

5/21 Kobe Chicken George: Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Dragon Kid & Kenichiro Arai

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #33 6/28/02 T2P taped 6/6/02 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

5/11/02 Mexico Arena Coliseo, UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Match: CIMA & Don Fujii & TARU vs. Milano Collection AT & YOSSINO & "brother" YASSINI

Pescatore Yagi & Berlinetta Boxer vs. Jun Ogawauchi & Takuya Sugawara

Noriaki Kawabata vs. Junya Fukumasa

Toru Owashi vs. Syachihoko Machines #1, #2 & #3

TARU & Tarucito vs. Kinya Oyanagei & Takamichi Iwasa

Lucha Libre Classic Tag Match: "brother" YASSINI & YOSSINO & Condotti Shuji vs. Ryo Saito & Anthony W. Mori & Second Doi

NWA International Light Heavyweight Title Match, 2/3 Falls Lucha Libre Classic: Milano Collection AT vs. Don Fujii

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #34 7/5/02 taped 6/7/02 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Dragon Kid & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Ryo Saito & Kenichiro Arai

Stalker Ichikawa 10 Match Trial Series #9: Takashi Okamura vs. Stalker Ichikawa

Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka & Darkness Dragon vs. CIMA & TARU & Don Fujii

Hair vs. Hair Match: Genki Horiguchi vs. SUWA

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #35 7/15/02 taped 7/7/02 Kobe World Kinen Hall
-2hr 45min. Q=TV Master

Berlinetta Boxer & Condotti Shuji & Pescatore Yagi vs. Kenichiro Arai & Super Shisa & Raimu Mishima

Stalker Ichikawa vs. TARUcito

NWA Welterweight Title Match: Super Nova vs. Ricky Marvin

The Great Sasuke & Atlantis vs. Sasuke The Great & Negro Casas

British Junior Heavyweight Title Match: SUWA vs. Susumu Yokosuka

UWA Trios Title Match: CIMA & Don Fujii & TARU vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Ryo Saito & Dragon Kid vs. Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi & Darkness Dragon

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #36 8/16/02 taped 7/14/02 Tokyo Differ Ariake
-1hr 45min. Q=TV Master

Susumu Yokosuka vs. Raimu Mishima

Stalker Ichikawa vs. TARUcito

SUWA vs. Kenichiro Arai

UWA Trios Title 3WAY Match: Darkness Dragon & Genki Horiguchi & Magnum TOKYO vs. Dragon Kid & Ryo Saito & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & TARU & Don Fujii

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #37 9/4/02 T2P Special
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

8/3 Mexico

Handicap Match: SUWAcito & Small "Dandy" Fuji vs. Syachihoko Machines 1-3. 6:19 of 13:12.

Milano Collection AT & Toru Owashi Graduation Match 2/3 Falls: Milano Collection AT & , Mr. Aguila & Latin Lover vs. Toru Owashi & Hector Garza & Super Crazy. 5:20 of 6:09, 5:30 of 6:55, 4:19.

8/11 Tokyo Differ Ariake

Dragon Scramble: Toru Owashi, Anthony W. Mori, Takuya Sugawara, Junya Fukumasa, Second Doi & Kinya Oyanagei. 8:47

Dragon Scramble: Milano Collection A.T., Condotti Shuji, Pescatore Yagi, Berlinetta Boxer, YOSSINO, & "brother" YASSINI. 7:19

Anthony W. Mori & Henry Sugawara III & Phillip J. Fukumasa vs. Condotti Shuji & Pescatore Yagi & Berlinetta Boxer. 13:02 of 14:12.

6. UWA 6 Man Tag Titles #1 Contenders Match: Milano Collection A.T. & YOSSINO & "brother" YASSINI vs. Kinya Oyanagei & Toru Owashi & Second Doi. 18:27.

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #38 9/6/02 taped 8/11 Tokyo Differ Ariake
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Masaaki Mochizuki vs. SUWA

Raimu Mishima vs. Syachihoko Machines 3 & 4. 0:50 shown

Syachihoko Machines 1 & 2 vs. Stalker Ichikawa. 2:55 shown

Darkness Dragon vs. Dragon Kid

UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Match: TARU & Don Fujii & CIMA vs. Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi

8/13/02 Kobe Chicken George: Ricky Marvin & Ryo Saito & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & TARU & Don Fujii

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #39 9/8/02 LIVE SPECIAL ~ABUSOLTAMENTE~ Tokyo Ariake Colisseum
-3hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Genki Horiguchi & Susumu Yokosuka vs. Takunori Iwasa & Second Doi 8:36

Kinya Oyanagi vs. Raimu Mishima 8:17

Stalker Ichikawa vs. Ultimo Dragoncito 3:33

Ryo Saito & Kenichiro Arai & Super Shisa vs. Anthony W. Mori & Henry III Sugawara & Phillip J. Fukumasa 5:49

SUWA vs. Toru Owashi 14:33. Owashi couldn't do anything, so they made mostly lame attempts to work around that. SUWA dressed as a ninja, popping out of nowhere as Owashi was making his way to the ring, and setting the tone for this brawl. They used tables and chairs, but apart from SUWA taking a huge dive for an irish whip that resulted in him disrupting 6 or more rows of ringside seats, it was generally uninteresting and contained a considerable amount of stalling. Owashi was lazy to go with being slow and graceless. SUWA had his moments, but a SUWA match should never only be good for his offense. The corny American finish came when Owashi accidentally front kicked the ref because SUWA pushed him into the line of fire. Owashi got disgusted that the ref hadn't recovered in time for him to count his pinfall, so he took him out with a nodowa otoshi. Other refs and officials who couldn't act filled the ring for a pitiful pull apart brawl. *

Special Exhibition Match: Ultimo Dragon vs. Masaaki Mochizuki 12:56. Dragon wrestled in a black mask that looked more like Super Delfin meets Batman. He wore a giant support on his surgically botched left elbow, but his wrestling was good, while it lasted. Mochizuki mostly dominated Dragon with his kicks. After Ultimo made a hot comeback, they began exchanging kicks. A miscommunication resulted in both throwing right roundhouses at once, and Dragon not only wasn't prepared to defend, it happened to land in exactly the wrong spot, right on the elbow. Dragon's elbow was done for, and they had to stop it. It was too bad, as beyond the obvious that Dragon didn't need any more setbacks, it would have been a good match.

Magnum TOKYO & Latin Lover & Disco Inferno vs. Condotti Shiji & Pescadore Yagi & Berlinetta Boxer 6:32

UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Match: CIMA & Don Fujii & TARU vs. Milano Collection A.T. & YOSSINO & "brother" YASSINI 15:08. CIMA was on top of his game here, but he really had to be because they didn't surround him with a lot of talent. He worked some excellent sequences with YOSSINO, who impressed with his quickness and athleticism, but no one else even attempted to match their speed and creativity. Fujii & TARU pretty much stood around brawling. Fujii wasn't bad if you don't mind a guy who doesn't do anything, as he was at least solid with some semblance of timing. However, TARU was pretty pathetic, just telegraphing everything. A.T. & YASSINI were totally non-distinguishable as workers, basically just getting by through the repetition of the same few things they always do. **1/4

2/3 Falls Mascara Contra Mascara: Dragon Kid vs. Darkness Dragon 6:30 & 12:11. Nothing short of a show saver would have been acceptable given this undercard, which was a tall order as these two not only aren't Kawada vs. Misawa, they are mainly tag wrestlers. They went for it though, and it was a spectacular spotfest with double mask ripping, double juice, and gimmick spots to fill out the time. What they did together was very impressive. Sure, there were a couple spots where the execution was a little off, but the timing of the sequences and level of difficulty of the flying was considerably high. If they would have actually trusted the Dragon's, they might have had an excellent match on their hands, and certainly something more memorable than this. Instead, they concocted a totally convoluted angle where Shuji Condotti was sometimes ref, and was involved in the finishes of both falls. After an attempt to win by ring out backfired on Darkness in the 1st, M2K kept coming in and hitting Shuji to stop the count every time Kid tried for a pin, attacking Kid before leaving if Shuji was down long enough. Finally they all beat Kid up and unmasked him right in front of Shuji, holding Kid for Shuji to hit with a deadly plastic box. Shuji took them out with it instead though, and Kid immediately won with his Dragonrana. ***1/4

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #40 10/25/02
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

taped 9/30/02 Kobe Chicken George

Dragon Kid & Darkness Dragon vs. Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka
MS: Very disappointing match that looked like they all just went through the motions. The Dragons sold for most of the match, but TOKYO & Yokosuka did more preening than actual inflicting of punishment. Darkness wore his mask and tore it off himself about 3 minutes in, which made absolutely zero sense but TOKYO decided to go after Kid’s mask as a result of that. Kid rolled out a couple of huracanranas, which were literally the only real highlights of the match. Darkness eventually won it with his Darkness buster (modified Northern lights bomb) on Yokosuka. Even clipped by 1/3 this still just dragged on without much in the way of emotion or effort. **

Ryo Saito vs. Genki Horiguchi
MS: These two actually made an effort, but their attempts at a good match were squelched by horrible booking. Like what every other match would encounter, there was a lot of interference here to the point it was ridiculous. Speaking more specifically about this match, here are several example of just how ridiculous things are in Toryumon. Although the ref would get distracted from the interference some of the time, the times he didn’t he just stood there and watched without even warning either party by threatening a disqualification. In the best sequence of the match, Saito hit 3 rolling fisherman’s suplexes for what should’ve been a 2 count. Horiguchi forgot to kick out and/or somebody was late in grabbing the ref, so the ref just waived off the pin and they continued on. At one point, the ref just turned his back to the action and faced the crowd (with nobody threatening interference) so that Horiguchi could throw a groin kick and I guess not actually get DQ’d. And finally, the ref allowed CIMA to hit Saito with a blue plastic box but then stopped Horiguchi from doing the same. He did allow Dragon to hit Horiguchi with it however, which enabled Saito to catch him in a German suplex for the pin. Had they actually teased the ref favoring Saito this would’ve made sense, but since they didn’t it came off as helastupid. They really tried to have a good match, but this was just a total mess from start to finish. *1/2

Super Shisa & Shiori Asahi & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. TARU & CIMA & Don Fujii
MS: This was a pretty good match that actually featured what one would expect from Toryumon. The beginning was fairly slow, but still interesting since everyone was involved. The last few minutes are what really made the match though, as CIMA and Shisa were very impressive. Things did threaten to get out of control a couple of times however as they quickly jumped from about 50 m.p.h to 95, but everyone’s execution was on and CIMA was able to keep everyone stable for the most part. There was a short segment where TOKYO and the rest of the blue world order got involved, including attacking the ref, but this led to a solid finish of Shisa reversing Fujii’s attempt at a chokeslam into a nice jujigatame for the tap. **3/4

10/8 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2

Stoker Ishikawa vs. SUWA
MS: Really (and I do mean really) bad comedy match. And realistically, unless Sakura’s involved nobody should be having a 10 minute match of this nature because it’s just way too long. The only funny and notable spot was when Stoker came off the top with a crossbody that SUWA avoided and Ishikawa caught the ref. The ref rolled thru on it and got a two count from SUWA and then pounded his hands in frustration on the mat wanting a faster count. More interference here that lead to SUWA getting counted out and the theme from the Lone Ranger playing over the PA. DUD

Darkness Dragon vs. Ryo Saito
MS: Both of these guys looked better than in their matches from the 9/30 taping. More run-ins here, but this time it didn’t really affect the match. Pretty good build to the finish with Saito rolling out two fisherman’s busters and then reversing a Dragon counter (attempting his buster) into a German suplex. After an exchange of some fairly stiff slaps, Darkness hit a nice enzugiri followed by a successful buster for the bell ringing in his favor. **1/4

“brother” YASSINI & YOSSINO & Milano Collection A.T. vs. CIMA & TARU & Don Fujii
MS: At some points this was very good. At others it was hurt by the aforementioned Russo/Toryumon philosophy that a match on it’s own isn’t entertaining enough, so let’s empty out the locker room and have a clusterfuck of confusion. Of course, the best sequences featured CIMA (who seems to outclass most everyone else in the company) but Fujii and YOSSINO built to a hot finish where Fujii had to tap to a standing modified head and arms scissors. What this match and the prior 6-man showed is that Toryumon does have its moments of greatness, but they are their own worse enemy in overbooking everything to the point that you’d think Dusty taught Ultimo personally. ***

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #41 11/23/02 taped 10/28/02 Korakuen
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Yasushi Kanda retirement exhibiton match: Stalker Ishikawa vs. Yasushi Kanda 3:50

10/22/02 Kobe Chicken George: Dragon Kid & Darkness Dragon & Ryo Saito vs. Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi & Susumu Yokosuka 7:51 of 16:30

Dragon Kid & Darkness Dragon vs. Super Shisa & Raimu Mishima 8:15 of 12:26

11/15/02 Korakuen: Genki Horiguchi & Susumu Yokosuka & Magnum TOKYO vs. Don Fuji & SUWA & CIMA 9:25 of 14:48

SUWA vs. Tooru Owashi 6:28 of 9:07

CIMA & Taru & Don Fuji vs. Milano Collection A.T. & YOSSINO, & Yassini 3:40 of 6:30

SUWA & CIMA & Taru & Don Fuji vs. Pescatore Yagi & Milano Collection A.T. & YOSSINO & Yassini 8:04 of 9:08

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #43 1/10/03 Ultimo Dragon Comeback Special
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

3/1/90: Yoshihiro Asai & Super Astro & Kendo vs. Negro Casas & Shu El Guerrero & El Espanto 1:45 shown

6/7/91: Yoshihiro Asai vs. Bestia Salvaje 5:00 shown

7/30/94: Ultimo Dragon & Great Sasuke vs. Jinsei Shinzaki & Gedo 6:33 shown

5/11/97: Ultimo Dragon vs. Negro Casas 5:18 shown

11/12/02: Ultimo Dragon & Tony Boy & Solar vs. Mano Negra & Nitro & Titan 2:00 shown

11/15/02: Ultimo Dragon & Atlantis & Mr. Niebla vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Buccanero & Mascara Ano 2000 2:35 shown

11/16/02: Ultimo Dragon & Chilango & Durango Kidd & Zarco vs. Nosawa & Masada & Misterioso & Poison 1:20 shown

12/7/02: Ultimo Dragon & Dragon Kid & Mochizuki vs. Bestia Salvage & Scorpio Jr. & El Dandy 6:30 shown

12/20/02: Ultimo Dragon & Dragon Kid vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanerro 14:52 of 18:57

12/25/02: Ultimo Dragon vs. Genki Horiguchi 5:01

12/26/02: Ultimo Dragon & Norman Smiley & Perry Saturn vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Kenichiro Arai & Toru Owashi 9:15

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #44 1/17/03 T2P Special
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

12/7/02 Mexico

Young Dragons Cup: SUWAcito vs. Berlinetta Boxer

Young Dragons Cup: Condotti Shuji vs. Small Dandy Fuji

Young Dragons Cup: Jun Ogawauchi vs. Kenichiro Arai

Young Dragons Cup: Taiji Ishimori vs. Henry III Sugawara

Young Dragons Cup Semifinal: Condotti Shuji vs. SUWAcito

Young Dragons Cup Semifinal: Taiji Ishimori vs. Jun Ogawauchi

Young Dragons Cup Final: Taiji Ishimori vs. Condotti Shuji

12/26/02 Tokyo

Anthony W. Mori & Phillip J. Fukumasa & Henry III Sugawara vs. Jun Ogawauchi & Kinya Oyanagei & Noriaki Kawabata

Masks vs. Masks: Syachihoko Machines 1 & 2 vs. Syachihoko Machines 3 & 4

YOSSINO vs. K-ness

NWA International Junior Heavyweight Title Match: CIMA vs. Milano Collection AT

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #45 1/24/03
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

12/20/02 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Ryo Saito's heel turn

10 Man Elimination Match: Magnum TOKYO & K-ness & Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Kenichiro Arai & Anthony W. Mori & Raimu Mishima & Takamichi Iwasa

CIMA & SUWA & El King Kong (Sumo Fujii) vs. YOSSINO & brother YASSINI & Pescatore Yagi

12/25/02 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Kenichiro Arai vs. Pescatore Yagi

Kinya Oyanagei vs. Stalker Ishikawa

Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Toru Owashi

12/30/02 Kobe Chicken George Tag Tournament Final: CIMA & SUWA vs. Magnum TOKYO & Genki Horiguchi

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #46 2/14/03
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

1/23/03 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Dragon Kid & Stalker Ishikawa & & Takamichi Iwasa vs. Magnum Tokyo & K-ness & & Susumu Yokosuka

YOSHINO vs. Don Fujii

Masaaki Mochizuki & Second Doi & & Kenichiro Arai vs. Milano Collection A.T. & Condotti Shuji & "brother" YASSINI

RAINBOW PROMOTIONS 1/25/03 Tokyo Korakuen Hall: The Great Sasuke & TAKA Michinoku & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. CIMA & SUWA & Don Fujii

1/30/03 Kobe Chicken George: Condotti Shuji & "brother" YASSINI & Milano Collection A.T. vs. Second Doi & Kenichiro Arai & & Masaaki Mochizuki

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #47 2/21/03 T2P Special Final
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Wrestle-1 1/19/03 Tokyo Dome

Anthony W. Mori & Takuya Sugawara & Taiji Ishimori vs. Milano Collection AT & Masato Yoshino & Shuji Kondo Clips

Ultimo Dragon & Kaz Hayashi vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanero Clips

1/27/03 Korakuen Hall

Noriaki Kawabata & Takamichi Iwasa vs. Berlinetta Boxer & Takayuki Yagi

Toru Owashi vs. Jun Ogawauchi

TARU vs. Kinya Oyanagi

Ultimo Dragon & Masato Yoshino vs. Raimu Mishima & Takuya Sugawara

Milano Collection A.T. & Stevie Tsujimoto & Shuji Kondo vs. Ryo Saito & Second Doi & Anthony W. Mori

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #48 3/7/03
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

2/9/03 Hakata Starlanes

Second Doi & Dragon Kid & Masaaki Mochizuki vs. K-ness & Susumu Yokosuka & Magnum TOKYO

UWA World Trios Title Match: Don Fuji & SUWA & CIMA vs. Condotti Shuji & Yassini & Milano Collection A.T.

2/16/03 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Condotti Shuji & Milano Collection A.T. vs. Kenichiro Arai & Dragon Kid

Genki Horiguchi vs. Stalker Ishikawa

TARU & CIMA & SUWA vs. Jun Ogawauchi & Takamichi Iwasa & Anthony W. Mori

3-Way Dance: K-ness vs. YOSSINO vs. Don Fuji

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #49 4/5/03 taped 2/22/03, 3/9/03 & 3/17/03
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Yamaha Cup Tag Tournament 1st Round: Small Dandy Fuji & SUWAcito vs. Henry III Sugawara & Naoki Tanisaki

Yamaha Cup Tag Tournament 1st Round: Taiji Ishimori & Shu Sato vs. Berlinetta Boxer & Murcielago

Yamaha Cup Tag Tournament Final: Small Dandy Fuji & SUWAcito vs. Taiji Ishimori & Shu Sato

NWA Welterweight Title Match: K-ness vs. Dragon Kid

British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Title Match: SUWA vs. Shuji Condotti

Elimination Match: Masaaki Mochizuki & Dragon Kid & Second Doi & Araken & Raimu Mishima vs. Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito & K-Ness

CIMA & SUWA & Don Fujii & TARU vs. Magnum TOKYO & Susumu Yokosuka & Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #50 4/21/03 EL NUMERO UNO 2003
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Note: all matches in EL NUMERO UNO 2003 league except title match

3/21/03 Sapporo Teisen Hall

Milano Collection A.T. vs. Kenichiro Arai

SUWA vs. Masaaki Mochizuki


3/22/03 Sapporo Teisen Hall

Condotti Shuji vs. Susumu Yokosuka

Magnum TOKYO vs. Don Fujii

NWA Welterweight Title Match: YOSSINO vs. Genki Horiguchi

4/13/03: Magnum TOKYO vs. Milano Collection A.T.

4/15/03 Osaka IMP Hall: Dragon Kid vs. CIMA

TORYUMON Strongest Decision League EL NUMERO UNO 2003 Final PPV 4/22/03 Tokyo Yoyogi National Stadium Gym # 2
-2hr. Q=TV Master

Dragon Scramble Battle Royal: Don Fujii vs. Taru vs. Dragon Kid vs. Kenichiro Arai vs. Second Doi vs. Susumu Yokosuka vs. Genki Horiguchi vs. Ryo Saito vs. Condotti Shuji vs. Anthony W. Mori vs. Toru Owashi 17:01

El Numero Uno 2003 quarterfinal: YOSSINO vs. Suwa 3:31

El Numero Uno 2003 quarterfinal: Cima vs. Susumu Yokosuka 7:46

El Numero Uno 2003 quarterfinal: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Milano Collection A.T. 8:29

El Numero Uno 2003 quarterfinal:Genki Horiguchi vs. Magnum Tokyo 3:41

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Stalker Ishikawa 2:15

El Numero Uno 2003 semifinal: YOSSINO vs. Cima 3:55

El Numero Uno 2003 semifinal: Genki Horiguchi vs. Masaaki Mochizuki 2:52

Ultimo Dragon, Anthony W. Mori, Second Doi, Kenichiro Arai, & Dragon Kid vs. Yassini, Condotti Shuji, Taru, Don Fujii, & Ryo Saito 10:46

El Numero Uno 2003 final: Cima vs. Genki Horiguchi 19:07

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #51 5/30/03 taped 5/6/03 & 5/16/03
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

5/6/03 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

4-way dance: Stalker Ichikawa vs. Anthony W. Mori vs. Takamichi Iwasa vs. Condotti Shuji

Genki Horiguchi & Susumu Yokosuka vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Dragon Kid

Magnum TOKYO & K-ness & Ryo Saito vs. Milano Collection A.T. & YOSSINO & "brother" Yassini

UDG Title Match: CIMA vs. Ultimo Dragon

Taped 5/16/03 Kobe Chicken George

Condotti Shuji vs. Masaaki Mochizuki

UWA Trios Title Match: CIMA & SUWA & Don Fujii vs. Ryo Saito & Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi

Toryomon !VAMONOS AMIGOS Toryumon! #52 6/6/03 Toryumon X taped 5/11/03 Mexico Arena Coliseo
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

KONDO&CO vs. Manabu Kataue

Naoki Tanisaki & Manabu Murakami & Koichiro Arai vs. The Japanese Salsa Band (Keniichi Hanai & Takeshi Minamino & Takayasu Fukuda)

Murcielago & Lambo Miura & Berlinetta Boxer (Super Car Trio) vs. Skayde & Brazo de Plata Jr. & Brazo de Oro Jr.

TARU & Mini Crazy Max (SUWAcito & Small Dandy Fuji & Mini CIMA w & TARUcito) vs. Henry III Sugawara & Kei Sato & Jun Ogawauchi

UWA World Welterweight Title Deciosion Match: Taiji Ishimori vs. Super Crazy

UWA World 6 Man Tag Title Decision Match: Crazy Max (CIMA & SUWA & Don Fujii) vs. Los Temerarios (Shu El Guerrero & Guerrero del Futuro & Black Terry)

Ultimo Dragon & Brazo de Plata & Shocker vs. Pierroth Jr. & Violencia & Nitro

TORYUMON 4th Anniversary Commemorative in Kobe ~IVrt Aniversario PPV 6/29/03 Kobe World Kinen Hall
-3hr 40min. Q=TV Master. 2 DVDs

Milano Collection A.T. & "brother" YASSINI & Pescatore Yagi vs. SUWA & Don Fujii & TARU

Anthony W. Mori & Takamichi Iwasa vs. Second Doi & Raimu Mishima

Three Way Match: JUN vs. Condotti Shuji vs. Toru Owashi

The Great Sasuke vs. Stalker Ichikawa

NWA Welterweight Title Match: YOSSINO vs. K-ness

UWA Trios Title Match: Masaaki Mochizuki & Dragon Kid & Kenichiro Arai vs. Susumu Yokosuka & Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito 21:20

UDG Title Match: Magnum TOKYO vs. CIMA 27:25

TORYUMON-X 11/13/04 taped 10/14/04 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=TV Master

Supercar Trio vs. Small Crazy Max vs. Salseros

Jinsei Shinzaki & Shinji Nohashi vs. Kei Sato & Shu Sato

Toru Yano vs. King Ali Baba

Takeshi Minaminno vs. Taiji Ishimori

Ultimo Dragon & Jushin Liger & The Great Sasuke vs. Shodai Tiger Mask & Koji Kanemoto & Tiger Mask 4

dragondoor Battle Station taped 7/19/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Extreme Tiger vs. Joe Lider

Toru Owashi & Shogo Takagi vs. Shinji Nohashi & Jinsei Shinzaki

Gran Hamada & Shodai Tiger Mask vs. Solar & Ultraman

CMLL Light Heavyweight Title Match: Ultimo Guerrero vs. Second The Tiger (Ultimo Dragon)

Handicap Elimination Match: "brother" YASSHI & Shuji Kondo & Takuya Sugawara vs. Taiji Ishimori & Kota Ibushi & Little Dragon & Milanito Collection AT

dragondoor Battle Station Los Conquistadores taped 9/9/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 55min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Little Dragon (Shanao) vs. Takuya Sugawara

Kota Ibushi & Milanito Collection AT vs. Lambo Miura & Osamu Namiguchi

Gran Hamada & Shodai Tiger Mask vs. Brazo de Oro & Brazo de Plata (with masks)

Maximo & Second The Tiger (Ultimo Dragon) vs. Rey Bucanero & Ultimo Guerrero

Rey Bucanero & Sasuke the Great (Masao Orihara) & Ultimo Guerrero vs. Maximo & Mazada & Tiger Dragon

Toru Owashi vs. Kagetora

Minoru Fujita & Ikuto Hidaka & Taiji Ishimori vs. "brother" YASSHI & Shuji Kondo & Takuya Sugawara

dragondoor Battle Station 11/27/05 Los Conquistadores II taped 11/24/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Gamma & Takuya Sugawara vs. Yoshihito Sasaki & Little Dragon

"brother" YASSHI vs. Milanito Collection A.T.

Tiger Dragon (Ultimo Dragon) & Villano III & Maximo vs. Shannon Moore & Dragon the Great & Tiger the Great

Toshiaki Kawada & Kota Ibushi vs. Toru Owashi & Shogo Takagi

World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Shuji Kondo vs. Taiji Ishimori

dragondoor Battle Station Near Live 2/7/06 T2P One Night Stand Return of the Hexagon taped Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-3hr. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Jorge Rivera vs. Milanito Collection AT

Gamma & Kagetora vs. Maximo & Mototsugu Shimizu

Syachihoko Machines III & IV vs. Taiji Ishimori & Little Dragon

Toshiaki Kawada vs. Toru Owashi

Berlinetta Boxer & Iifushino (Kota Ibushi) & Milano Collection AT vs. Brother YASSHI & Shuji Kondo & Takuya Sugawara

TORYUMON Mexico Batle Station Near Live 4/16/06 taped 4/16/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-3hr. Q=Perfect

Hajime Ohara vs. Chango Akiba

Kanjuro Matsuyama & Kenzo Suzuki vs. Banana Senga & Passion Hasegawa

Masao Orihara vs. Hisamaru Tajima

Great Sasuke & Kazuchida Okada & Amigo Suzuki vs. Los Salseros Japonesas (Mango Fukuda/Takeshi Minaminno/Pineapple Hanai)

Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Hiromi Horiguchi

Lucha Rules: Hijo del Santo & Ultimo Dragon vs. Atlantis & Black Warrior

TORYUMON Mexico Batle Station 6/3/06 taped 5/13/06 Arena Mexico
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Arkangel de la Muerte & Negro Navarro & Skayde vs. Hayato Fujita Jr. & Kanjyuro Matsuyama & Shinji Nohashi

Dark Angel & India Sioux vs. Mima Shimoda & Raven Hiroka

Dragon Scramble Match: Matematico & Ultraman & Kahoz & Cuchillo & Mano Negra vs. Astro Boy Jr. & Brazo de Plata Jr. & Daisuke Haonaka & Hijo del Fantasma & Toshiya Matsuzaki

Los Brazos (Oro & Plata & Platino) vs. Mazada & Passion Hasegawa & Katsushi Takemura

4 Way Dance: Averno & Mephisto vs. The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) vs. Brute Issei & Shigeo Okumura vs. Milano Collection AT & Kazuchida Okada

NWA Welterweight Title Champion Decision Match: La Mascara vs. Hajime Ohara

Super Libre: Dos Caras Jr. & Hijo del Lizmark vs. Mark Jindrak & Johnny Stamboli

Relevos Increibles: Perro Aguayo Jr. & GREAT MUTA & Ultimo Dragon vs. Atlantis & Dr. Wagner Jr. & Ultimo Guerrero

TORYUMON Mexico Batle Station 6/30/06 taped 6/23/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Dragon Mixture Scramble Tournament Quarterfinals: Daichi Kakimoto & Iifushi Kota & Seiya Morohashi & Fuka vs. Chango Akiba & Banana Senga & Hisamaru Tajima & Tojuki Leon

Dragon Mixture Scrambe Tournament Quarterfinals: Dick Togo & Antonio Honda & Nobutaka Moribe & Apple Miyuki vs. Ricky Fuji & GOEMON & Onryo & Kyoko Kimura

Dragon Mixture Scramble Tournament Quarterfinals: Shinji Nohashi & Jinsei Shinzaki & Yoshitsune & Command Bolshoi vs. isami & Shuji Ishikawa & Poison Sawada JULIE & Cherry

Dragon Mixture Scramble Tournament Quarterfinals: Quiet Storm & TAKA Michinoku & TAKU Michinoku & TOMO Michinoku vs. Maguro Ooma & Kei y Shu Sato & Nozomi Takesako

Dragon Mixture Scramble Tournament Semifinals: Daichi Kakimoto & Iifushi Kota & Fuka vs. Antonio Honda & Nobutaka Moribe & Apple Miyuki

Minoru Suzuki vs. Mega Mummy

Dragon Mixture Scramble Tournament Finals: Iifushi Kota & Fuka vs. Shinji Nohashi & Yoshitsune

Mil Mascaras & Ultimo Dragon & noki-A vs. Gran Hamada & Yoshihiro Tajiri & Ayako Hamada

TORYUMON Mexico Batle Station 5/25/08 taped 5/11/08 Arena Mexico
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Negro Navarro & Arkangel de la Muerte vs. Daisuke Hanaoka & Satoshi Kajiwara

Mima Shimoda & Hiroka vs. Sahori & Fuka

Shigeo Okumura & Hajime Ohara & Hiromi Horiguchi vs. Brazo de Oro & Brazo de Platino & La Mascara

Katsuhiko Nakajima & Takashi Okita vs. Dr. X & Nitro

Dragon Scramble: Alex Koslov, Amigo Suzuki, Astro Boy, Hijo del Fantasma, Loco Max, Marco Corleone, Olimpico, Super Nova, Texano Jr.

Cabellera vs. Cabellera: Pequeno Damian 666 vs. Toshiya Matsuzaki

UWA Tag Title Match: Hell Warriors (Power Warrior & Animal Warrior vs. Damian 666 & El Terrible

Ultimo Guerrero & Atlantis & Rene Dupree vs. Mistico & Tatsumi "Ring" Fujinami & Ultimo Dragon