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Pro Wrestling Festival 2005


July 3, 2005 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 7,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Kenichiro Arai pinned Akira Tozawa (5:46).

  2. Susumu Yokosuka, K-ness, & Kenichiro Arai beat BxB Hulk, Anthony W. Mori, Super Shisa when Yokosuka pinned Hulk.

  3. El Hijo de Iwasanto & Mishi Mascaras beat Johnson & Jackson (9:55) via double pinfall.

  4. Masato Yoshino & Shingo Takagi beat Yuji Hino & Super X (14:31) when Yoshino pinned Super X.

  5. Magnitude Kishiwada pinned Naoki Tanisaki (9:03).

  6. Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima beat Magnum Tokyo & Genichiro Tenryu (15:34) when Sasaki pinned Tokyo.

  7. Cima, Don Fujii, & Naruki Doi beat Ryo Saito, Genki Horiguchi, & Dragon Kid (25:53) to win the Open the Triangle Gate Title when Cima pinned Horiguchi.

  8. Masaaki Mochizuki pinned Taka Michinoku (25:25) to win the Open the Dream Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2006


July 2, 2006 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 8,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Ryo Saito, Genki Horiguchi, & The Turboman beat Super Shisa, Shisa Boy, & King Shisa (14:47) when Saito pinned Shisa Boy.

  2. K-ness & Kenichiro Arai beat Akira Tozawa & Takayuki Mori (10:35) when K-ness forced Tozawa to submit.

  3. Dos Caras pinned BxB Hulk (10:07).

  4. Yutaka Yoshie pinned Shingo Takagi (12:52).

  5. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Naoki Tanisaki, Gamma, & Dr. Muscle beat Yasushi Kanda, Don Fujii, Matt Sydal, Jack Evans, & Roderick Strong (23:21) when Doi pinned Kanda.

  6. Magnum Tokyo & Genichiro Tenryu beat Masaaki Mochizuki & Minoru Suzuki (17:42) when Tokyo beat Mochizuki.

  7. Open the Dream Gate Champ Susumu Yokosuka pinned Dragon Kid (30:55).

  8. Cima pinned Magnitude Kishiwada (23:28) in a "no ropes" match.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2007


July 1, 2007 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Kenichiro Arai, Kouji Shishido, Yuki Ono, Super Shenron, & Ape Kimata beat MC KZ, K-ness, Shisa Boy, Super Shisa, & Lupin Matsutani (6:23) when Shenron beat Matsutani.

  2. Akira Tozawa & Taku Iwasa beat Yamato & Jack Evans (7:42) when Iwasa beat Evans.

  3. Don Fujii beat Tetsuhiro Kuroda (11:26).

  4. Dragon Kid & Anthony W. Mori beat Gamma & Kinta Tamaoka (9:56) via DQ.

  5. Yuji Nagata pinned Stalker Ichikawa (5:05).

  6. Yasushi Kanda pinned Genki Horiguchi (8:00) to win the Open the Brave Gate Title.

  7. Ryo Saito & Susumu Yokosuka beat Jado & Gedo (13:10) to win the International Tag Title when Yokosuka pinned Jado.

  8. Koji Kanemoto beat Masaaki Mochizuki (14:20).

  9. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Shingo Takagi, BxB Hulk, & Cyber Kong beat Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, & Magnitude Kishiwada (19:02) when Takagi beat Yoshino.

  10. Cima pinned Jushin Liger (25:14) to win the Open the Dream Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2008


July 27, 2008 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Akira Tozawa, Yuki Ono, & El Generico beat Super Shisa, Shisa Boy, & K-ness (9:19) when Generico pinned Shisa Boy.

  2. Stalker Ichikawa pinned The Great Sasuke (6:23).

  3. Cyber Kong & Takemura beat Taku Iwasa & Kenichiro Arai (15:41) when Kong pinned Arai.

  4. Genki Horiguchi pinned MC KZ (10:33) to win the vacant Open the Brave Gate Title.

  5. Open the Twin Gate Champs Ryo Saito & Susumu Yokosuka beat Nosawa Rongai & Mazada (14:01) when Rongai was pinned.

  6. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Yamato, Yasushi Kanda, & Gamma beat Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, & Naoki Tanisaki and Dragon Kid, Anthony W. Mori, Pac and Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, & Magnitude Kishiwada (28:00) in an "elimination" match.
    • Gamma pinned Kishiwada (21:29).
    • Doi pinned Pac (25:45).
    • Yamato pinned Tanisaki (28:00).

  7. Shingeo Takagi pinned BxB Hulk (36:53) to win the vacant Open the Dream Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2009


July 19, 2009 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Cyber Kong, Yasushi Kanda, & Kenichiro Arai beat K-ness, Super Shisa, & Shisa Boy (9:16) when Kong pinned Boy.

  2. Abdullah the Butcher pinned Stalker Ichikawa (2:34).

  3. Nosawa Rongai & MAazada beat Anthony W. Mori & Super Shenlong II (7:44) when Nosawa pinned Shenlong.

  4. Kzy pinned Naoki Tanizaki (7:54).

  5. Akebono, Masaaki Mochizuki, & Don Fujii beat Susumu Yokosuka, Gamma, & Kagetora (13:02) when Akebono pinned Gamma.

  6. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Masato Yoshino, BxB Hulk, & Pac beat Dragon Kid, Taku Iwasa, & Akira Tozawa (17:13) when Pac pinned Tozawa.

  7. Open the Twin Gate Champs Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi beat Shingo Takagi & Yamato (22:04) when Horiguchi pinned Yamato.

  8. Open the Dream Gate Champ Champ Naruki Doi pinned Cima (29:49) to win the Open the Brave Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2010


July 11, 2010 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,300
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Super Shisa & Super Shenlong beat Anthony W. Mori & Takuya Takomokai (9:16) when Shisa forced Takomokai to submit.

  2. Kzy, Kenichiro Arai, & Yasushi Kanda beat Naoki Tanisaki, Kotoka, & Mark Haskins (8:36) when Kzy pinned Kotoka.

  3. Abdullah the Butcher & Akebono beat Stalker Ichikawa, Syachihoko Machine, Jackson & Johnson Florida (4:41) in a "handicap" match when they pinned all four wrestlers.

  4. Naruki Doi & Pac beat Ryo Saito & Dragon Kid, Kagetora & Cyber Kong, and Tozawa Kengai & Nosawa Rongai (14:44) in an "elimination" match.
    • Kong pinned Tozawa (10:05).
    • Kid pinned Kagetora (12:23).
    • Pac pinned Saito (14:44).

  5. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Cima, Gamma, & Genki Horiguchi beat Black Buffalo, Tigers Mask, & The Bodyguard (18:21) when Cima pinned Tigers Mask.

  6. Open the Twin Gate Champs K-ness & Susumu Yokosuka beat Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii (20:04) when Yokosuka pinned Mochizuki.

  7. Shingo Takagi pinned BxB Hulk (25:56) in a "hair vs. hair" match.

  8. Masato Yoshino beat Yamato (31:50) via submission to win the Open the Dream Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2011


July 17, 2011 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,400
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Super Shenlong beat Kotoka (4:01) via submission.

  2. Taku Iwasa & Kenichiro Arai beat Kagetora & Super Shisa (6:50) when Iwasa pinned Shisa.

  3. Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi beat Susumu Yokosuka & Rich Swann (9:36) when Horiguchi pinned Yokosuka.

  4. Don Fujii, Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa, & Yoshihiro Takayama beat Naoki Tanizaki, Kzy, & Tomahawk T.T (11:00) when Takayama pinned Tomahawk.

  5. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Yamato, Masato Yoshino, & Gamma beat Naruki Doi, Yasushi Kanda, & Cyber Kong (21:24) when Gamma pinned Kanda.

  6. Akira Tozawa pinned Shingo Takagi (16:02).

  7. Cima & Ricochet beat Dragon Kid & Pac (23:10) when Ricochet pinned Pac to win the Open the Twin Gate Title.

  8. Open the Dream Gate Champ Masaaki Mochizuki pinned BxB Hulk (27:58).
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2012


July 22, 2012 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. K-ness, Kenichiro Arai, Super Shisa, & Shisa Boy beat Ryo Saito, Jimmy Kanda, Genki Horiguchi, & Naoki Tanizaki (10:04) when Super Shisa pinned Tanizaki.

  2. Chihiro Tominaga & Super Shenlong III beat Kotoka & Rich Swann (6:37) when Shenlong pinned Kotoka.

  3. Stalker Ichikawa & Atsushi Onita beat Mondai Ryu & Kzy (11:29) when Onita pinned Kzy.

  4. Open the Brave Gate Champ Dragon Kid pinned Ricochet (24:13).

  5. Yamata & Shingo Takagi beat Jimmy Susumu & Jimmy Kagetora (21:05) to win the Open the Twin Gate Title when Takagi pinned Susumu.

  6. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, & Pac beat BxB Hulk, Naoki Tanisaki, & Cyber Kong and Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, & Gamma (25:50) in a "three way" match.
    • Doi pinned Gamma (20:50).
    • Pac pinned Hulk (25:50).

  7. Open the Dream Gate Champ Cima pinned Akira Tozawa (28:45).
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2013


July 21, 2013 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 9,600
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Super Shisa, Shachihoko Boy, & Rich Swann beat Kotoka, Super Shenlong III, Chihiro Tominaga (7:07) when Swann pinned Tominaga.

  2. Yoshiaki Fujiwara beat Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (0:20) via submission.

  3. Yoshiaki Fujiwara beat Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (8:27) via submission.

  4. Hub, Cyber Kong, & Nosawa Rongai beat Jimmy Susumu, Jimmy Kagetora, Mr. Quu Quu Toyonaka Dolphin (10:18) when Kong pinned Dolphin.

  5. Open the Triangle Gate Champs Ryo Saito, Genki Horiguchi, & Jimmy Kanda beat Don Fujii, Gamma, & Dragon Kid and Kzy, Mondai Ryu, & Uhaa Nation (21:43) in an "elimination" match. Dragon pinned Kzy (18:48). Horiguchi pinned Gamma (21:43).

  6. Open the Brave Gate Champ Masato Yoshino beat K-ness (18:18) via submission.

  7. Yamato beat Masaaki Mochizuki (16:54) via submission in a "no DQ" match.

  8. Naruki Doi & Ricochet beat Akira Tozawa & BxB Hulk (24:19) to win the Open the Twin Gate Title when Ricochet pinned Tozawa.

  9. Shingo Takagi pinned Cima (37:33) to win the Open the Dream Gate Title.
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Pro Wrestling Festival 2014


July 20, 2014 in Kobe, Japan
World Hall drawing 6,700
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Syachihoko Boy beat Kotoka and Ryotsu Shimizu in a "three-way" match when he pinned Kotoka.

  2. U-T & Yosuke Santa Maria beat Super Shisa & K-ness (6:52) when Maria pinned Shisa.

  3. Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, & Gamma beat Jushin Liger, Uhaa Nation, & Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (0:08) when Mochizuki pinned Stalker.

  4. Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, & Gamma beat Jushin Liger, Uhaa Nation, & Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (3:08) when Fujii pinned Ichikawa.

  5. Jimmy Kanda & Jimmy Kagetora beat Mondai Ryu & Punch Tominaga (4:51) via DQ.

  6. Open The Brave Gate Champ Flamita pinned Dragon Kid (15:58).

  7. Open The Triangle Gate Champs Naruki Doi, Cyber Kong, & Kzy beat Genki Horiguchi, Jimmy Susumu, & Mr. Kyu Kyu Toyonaka Dolphin (14:19) when Doi pinned Susumu.

  8. Masato Yoshino & Ricochet beat Cima & Matt Sydal (14:17) when Yoshino forced Cima to submit.

  9. T-Hawk & Eita beat Shingo Takagi & Akira Tozawa (30:03) when T-Hawk pinned Takagi to win the Open the Twin Gate Title.

  10. BxB Hulk pinned Yamato (32:15) to win the Open the Dream Gate Title.
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