12/1 Wrestle-1 results (TNA talent vs. TNA talent)
WRESTLE-1 “WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013”, 12/1/2013 [Sun] 16:00 @ Hakata Starlanes in Fukuoka
(1) 6 Man Tag Match: Andy Wu, Daiki Inaba & Seiki Yoshioaki vs. YAMATO, NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA
◆Winner: YAMATO (4:50) following a Northern Light Bomb on Inaba.
~ Hiroshi Yamato once more came out with the white hair and acted like he wants to become a member of Gurentai. He quickly dispatched of the young rookie.
(2) Joshi Match: Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. The Female Predator “Amazon”
◆Winner: Matsumoto (5:30) following a Double Knee Drop.
(3) Ryota Hama vs. Kikutaro
◆Winner: Hama (6:26) following the Raiden (Thunder) Drop.
(4) Rob Terry vs. Jay Bradley
◆Winner: Terry (4:23) with an Avalanche Hold.
(5) Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi
◆Winner: Sekimoto (15:54) with a German Suplex Hold on Minoru.
~ Strong BJ with the decisive win over Junior Stars.
(6) 3WAY Match: Kaz Hayashi vs. Shuji Kondo vs. El Pantera
◆Winner: No Contest (2:06) YAMATO interfered.
~ Gurentai… Wu, Inaba & Yoshioka also came out, the match was changed to a 3 way, 6 man tag.
(7) 3WAY 6 Man Tag Match: Kaz Hayashi, Shuji Kondo & El Pantera vs. YAMATO, NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA vs. Andy Wu, Daiki Inaba & Seiki Yoshioka
◆Winner: Inaba (11:05) following a Backdrop on YAMATO.
~ The young rookie Inaba claims the revenge win over YAMATO.
(8) Masakatsu Funaki vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
◆Winner: Funaki (8:05) via TKO, NOSAWA threw in the white towel.
~ Takayama was not happy with that outcome and he put Funaki through a table. It appears the conflict between Funaki and Takayama will continue.
(9) Seiya Sanada vs. Tatsumi Fujinami
◆Winner: DRAW (2:28) via No Contest, DESPERADO interfered.
~ Keiji Mutoh came out to make the save… the match was changed to a 6 man.
(10) Keiji Mutoh, Tatsumi Fujinami & Seiya Sanada vs. Masayuki Kono, Rene Dupree & KAZMA SAKAMOTO
◆Winner: Sanada (11:30) with a Rounding Body Press on KAZMA.
(11) KAI vs. Yasufumi Nakanoueno
◆Winner: KAI (13:53) with the Splash Plancha.
~ Yasufumi showed a lot of skill in these last series of matches against KAI, but he was unable to defeat the “ace” of the promotion.
source: Keeping the Spirit Alive