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Necroyeti
01-19-2011, 08:05 PM
I uploaded their most recent show - Freedom Fight 2011 - for another website I'm on, so I'm posting it here too (for about the three people who'll actually care) because it's fuckin awesome.


http://www.dgusa.tv/images/freedomfight2010poster.jpg

MAIN EVENT #1
Masato Yoshino vs. YAMATO

MAIN EVENT #2
Shingo vs. CIMA

MAIN EVENT #3
BxB Hulk & Homicide vs. Jon Moxley & Akira Tozawa

SIX MAN TAG ACTION
Austin Aries, Genki Horiguchi & Ricochet vs. Ronin of Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann

SPECIAL CHALLENGE MATCH
Jimmy Jacobs vs. Arik Cannon

01: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k5io5PkK7U7PcD1TdUu
02: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k4pamI4U8erR2j1Tjaf
03: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k6t1onr0l9O2U91TdVy
04: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k5JmvslEwpQkGG1TfU4
05: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k6KMiy9XolQTCk1Thpw
06: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k4CJm9Y99NO6MU1Tjxl
07: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/kgmTJ8etoGkAad1TiSU

Also DGUSA thread in general

SilverGhost
01-19-2011, 08:17 PM
I have never seen Dragon Gate talent go at it so I'll give it a shot.

Bodom
01-19-2011, 08:17 PM
Who the hell is "Ronin of Chuck Taylor"? Is that just the name Chuck Taylor uses in DGUSA?

Iv yet to see a DGUSA event and I've been wanting to, so I'll definetly be watching this. Probably tonight. Much appreciated.

Necroyeti
01-19-2011, 08:28 PM
Ronin is the name of their stable.

I've only seen three DGUSA events myself, including this one. Their very first show (Enter The Dragon) really blew my mind... Talents like BxB Hulk, CIMA and SHINGO have to be seen to be believed really.

Bodom
01-19-2011, 08:42 PM
Iv seen BxB Hulk and CIMA before. Not sure if I've seen a SHINGO match.

Kashdinero
01-19-2011, 08:59 PM
Allow me to be the third (and probably final) person to comment!

I love DGUSA and, like The Yetti, I was also blown away by their 1st show. I've seen 3 of their other shows and will be watching this one when I get home from work.
The only bad thing I could say about them is, the action is just too damn fast! A regular wrestling fan's brain would probably go into hyperdrive if they were to watch a Masato Yoshino match, who has to be the fastest guy in wrestling!
But apart from that, this promotion is fucking phenomenal! Gabe Sapolsky is the man, and RoH's loss is Dragon Gates gain. He's also doing a brilliant job over in EVOLVE, which could very well be slightly better than DGUSA!

Necroyeti
01-20-2011, 01:57 PM
Gonna be deleting the links in the OP shortly, just realised this forum shows up on google and I don't want mass leeching. Copy them to wordpad or (if you're reading this from the future) PM me for the links.

Kashdinero
01-21-2011, 04:55 PM
I watched the whole show earlir today. Man, that was some show! Main Event's 1 & 2 were absolutely fricking fabulous! The rest of the card was great as well! Ronin v Warriors was what one would expect from a DGUSA six-man tag, body's flying everywhere. Rich Swan continues to get better, This guy is going places on the indies. The interaction with Homicide and Moxley was brutal, and proves that, when the situation nessessitates, hardcore wrestling can still be effective!
BXB Hulk has to get a mention just for being BXB Hulk! He really is great choice to be Open the Freedom Gate champion!

Necroyeti
01-24-2011, 04:25 PM
Oh wow, they're having not one but TWO live i-PPVs this weekend! Never knew until I saw it on the main page here (http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/headlines/Dragon_Gate_USA_Officially_Announces_Weekend_.php) .

I'll be buying them, 30usd for two events seems like a steal.

Kashdinero
01-25-2011, 02:26 AM
Oh wow, they're having not one but TWO live i-PPVs this weekend! Never knew until I saw it on the main page here (http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/headlines/Dragon_Gate_USA_Officially_Announces_Weekend_.php) .

I'll be buying them, 30usd for two events seems like a steal.

The Open The United Gate tournament looks Frackin Epic!!! PAC FTW!!!

brodius
01-27-2011, 10:02 AM
Thank you for the links. I have really been wanting to see one of their shows. I think you could really just change the name of this thread too "Free thinkers of Wrestling". I don't see how people don't care about anything but WWE and TNA. I went to the ROH TV tapings in Louisville KY and had a way better time then any other show I have been too.

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 08:32 AM
Can't decide whether to buy those two PPVs this weekend or just go out and get drunk instead. It kinda sucks they aren't offering Sunday's event on PPV as well, because that'll mean we won't see the final round of the United Gate Championship round robin.

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 04:07 PM
Ended up ordering them.
They'll probably be worth the money.
http://www.gofightlive.tv/showEvent.do?eventId=935
http://www.gofightlive.tv/Events/Fight/Wrestling/Dragon_Gate_USA_United_Philly/936
Starts at 7:00EST / Midnight GMT.
Tonight and tomorrow.
Only $15 each.
What else are you gonna do with a measly 30 notes?
Lose it in the bookies?
Buy food?
Don't gamble and buy cheaper food.
You'll break even in no time.
And you'll have it on demand to watch over and over again.

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 07:57 PM
THIS IS AWESOME du du dududu
THIS IS AWESOME du du dududu

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 07:57 PM
Ended up ordering them.
They'll probably be worth the money.
http://www.gofightlive.tv/showEvent.do?eventId=935
http://www.gofightlive.tv/Events/Fight/Wrestling/Dragon_Gate_USA_United_Philly/936
Starts at 7:00EST / Midnight GMT.
Tonight and tomorrow.
Only $15 each.
What else are you gonna do with a measly 30 notes?
Lose it in the bookies?
Buy food?
Don't gamble and buy cheaper food.
You'll break even in no time.
And you'll have it on demand to watch over and over again.

You convinced me! I'm officially watching my first ever iPPV!. I'm watching it on a 50 inch plasma (sorry, for showing off) so it's a little grainy, to say the least!!! Hope the replays a bit clearer!

BXB Hulk Vs YAMATO has been great thus far!

GOD, I FOOOOKING LOVE DRAGON GATE USA!!!!

Can't wait for the best highflyer in the world (pac) to wrestle. If he hasn't already that is, I started the stream late!

Edit. Wow, shocking finish to the Hulk Vs YAMATO match!

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 08:09 PM
This iPPV is incredibly fast-paced. BxB Hulk and Yamato was goddamn fantastic! They're pretty much incapable of having a match less than four stars.
Brodie Lee vs. Jimmy Jacobs was much better than I expected!

Shame about the poor sound quality. I have to max out my volume and wear headphones to hear anything clearly.

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 08:28 PM
My stream cut off during Taylor & Gargano vs. Doi & Ricochet, and I missed like 3 minutes of a swell match.

GoFightLive really need to fix their shit.

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 08:30 PM
This iPPV is incredibly fast-paced. BxB Hulk and Yamato was goddamn fantastic! They're pretty much incapable of having a match less than four stars.
Brodie Lee vs. Jimmy Jacobs was much better than I expected!

Shame about the poor sound quality. I have to max out my volume and wear headphones to hear anything clearly.

This is Awesome clap clap cl... You get the drift!

Naruki Doi and Ricochet Vs Chuck Taylor and Jonny Gargano was fantastic! Ricochet's Reverse Ranna was perfect! Ronin to win this thing! Loved how Rich Swan BeatBoxes on the way to the ring.

Sound is a bit shit though.

Oh shit, Aries Vs Swan. Aries has got this!

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 08:31 PM
My stream cut off during Taylor & Gargano vs. Doi & Ricochet, and I missed like 3 minutes of a swell match.

GoFightLive really need to fix their shit.

Mine was fine, that match was too much.

At least there's the Replay.

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 08:53 PM
Either Aries fucked his shoulder up badly in that match, or he sold it really convincingly.

Even despite that, and a few noticable botches, it was still a pretty shithot match.

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 09:02 PM
Either Aries fucked his shoulder up badly in that match, or he sold it really convincingly.

Even despite that, and a few noticable botches, it was still a pretty shithot match.

The finish made up for the botches and timing issues. Even if it was a bit predictable, it was still the shit!

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 09:41 PM
DAYUMMMM that was great show, like 8/10 or something. The tag-team matches alone made that event worth the money IMO, and there wasn't a terrible match to be found on the card.

My only major problem with it, (apart from GFL's fuck ups) is that it maybe was a little *too* fast paced at times for a live show. I mean, when you've got a 2hr+ event crammed full of fairly intensive wrestling that requires a lot of attention to detail to appreciate, a little breathing space between matches would be nice - more promos, some pre-taped interviews, video packages, a short intermission or something. It's never really bothered me with before because, being mostly pretaped events, I always assumed the brevity was due to clever editing - and I could always pause it.

(You just know a wrestling promotion is AWESOME once you start criticising it for having too much wrestling, lol)

Looking forward to tomorrow... I wonder if there will be any major changes to the card now.

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 10:53 PM
It was a bit overkill at times, but but that just enhances the replay viewing for me. Match of the night? For me it was Doi and Ricochet Vs Gargano and Taylor. Move of the night? The Awful Waffle, everytime!

May I just thank you for the links to these. I never realised I could watch iPPV's on replay after purchasing them. I'll be purchasing all Dragon Gate and RoH events from now on.

As for tomorrow's event. The sixway freestyle match looks great (I've always liked those kind of matches), as does PAC and Yoshino Vs Doi and Ricochet. Obviously, I can't see YAMATO Vs Brody Lee (who, for the record is fucking awesome) being a title match. Any predictions on who's gonna win this tournament?


P.S it's pretty shitty that night three won't be shown.... Pretty shitty indeed!

Necroyeti
01-28-2011, 11:18 PM
The best thing about the replays: what we watched was probably a 1mbps stream, but the replay streams are often available in 2mbps and sometimes 4mbps after a few days. Presumably the sound issues will be fixed too.

MOTN: I'm torn between BxB Hulk vs. YAMATO and CIMA/Kid vs. PAC/Yoshino... Gargano/Taylor vs. Doi/Ricochet most likely would've been a strong contender if I hadn't missed several minutes of the climax.

I would place my money on Gargano and Taylor winning the round robin. I don't really have any much deep reasoning behind that choice, just because they're Americans in an American promotion, and that promo they cut after the Aries match about proving themselves worthy of Japan.

Kashdinero
01-28-2011, 11:29 PM
The best thing about the replays: what we watched was probably a 1mbps stream, but the replay streams are often available in 2mbps and sometimes 4mbps after a few days. Presumably the sound issues will be fixed too.

MOTN: I'm torn between BxB Hulk vs. YAMATO and CIMA/Kid vs. PAC/Yoshino... Gargano/Taylor vs. Doi/Ricochet most likely would've been a strong contender if I hadn't missed several minutes of the climax.

I would place my money on Gargano and Taylor winning the round robin. I don't really have any much deep reasoning behind that choice, just because they're Americans in an American promotion, and that promo they cut after the Aries match about proving themselves worthy of Japan.

I pretty much feel the same way about Ronin winning, and possibly defending DGUSA's United Gate Titles in Dragon Gate!

The finish to the PAC match was awesome, that suplex was fucking sick! Topped off a great night of wrestling that 99% of the EWN will never see lol.

Necroyeti
01-29-2011, 05:20 PM
Less than two hours 'til the Philly iPPV! (perhaps three - poster says 7EST but the website says 8.. I'm guessing it starts at 7) I guess with it being held in the old ECW arena, the crowd will be much hotter than yesterday's.

Main site says BxB Hulk vs. Jon Moxley is now a no-DQ match. I'm more than okay with that! Now, I wonder is YAMATO vs. Lee will now be a title match...

Jigsaw vs. Frightmare vs. Sami Callihan vs. Cheech vs. AR Fox vs. Rexx Reed - this should be off the hook! (Not really sure who Rexx Reed is though)

I AM EXCITE

Kashdinero
01-29-2011, 07:32 PM
Hoping to see both Ronin and PAC & Yoshino pick up the win tonight!
I reckon the title won't be on the line, but I've been wrong before!

Wife's still awake so I may miss the beginning again, aargh!

Necroyeti
01-29-2011, 08:48 PM
Jigsaw vs. Frightmare vs. Sami Callihan vs. Cheech vs. AR Fox vs. Rexx Reed - this should be off the hook! (Not really sure who Rexx Reed is though)
CALLED IT, it was awesome!!! Nothing fancy in terms of psychology or selling, just 10-15 minutes of awesome spots at a frantic pace.

YAMATO vs. Brodie Lee was disappointing. Just very awkward looking and unsatisfying finish :(

Swann vs Jacobs was more than solid. I'm starting to love this Swann fellow a lot!

Kashdinero
01-29-2011, 09:06 PM
CALLED IT, it was awesome!!! Nothing fancy in terms of psychology or selling, just 10-15 minutes of awesome spots at a frantic pace.

YAMATO vs. Brodie Lee was disappointing. Just very awkward looking and unsatisfying finish :(

Swann vs Jacobs was more than solid. I'm starting to love this Swann fellow a lot!

I know it's an awful cliche, but the sky's the limit for this little guy! Jimmy Jacobs road to the title isn't going too well is it!
The six-way was a match that Gabe specialises in booking, I can imagine him screaming at all six "Just go out there and do the most high flying, insane, innovative shit that you can think of!"

Side note's; Watching Moxley on this grainy picture, he looks a bit like Tracy Smothers!

This is money well spent, but I couldn't imagine paying $35 for a TNA PPV!

Necroyeti
01-29-2011, 09:22 PM
I hate it when I type a big reply only to hit "go advanced" by mistake :( Think I'll wait until the end to post again

Necroyeti
01-29-2011, 11:04 PM
Jimmy Jacobs road to the title isn't going too well is it!
For some reason I'm not particularly high on Jimmy Jacobs. I mean, he's a solid worker and has decent enough matches, but I just don't care too much about him or get overly excited about his matches at all. I like to call it Christopher Daniels syndrome :cool: (I guess most people would consider that blasphemy)


This is money well spent, but I couldn't imagine paying $35 for a TNA PPV!
Damn, TNA PPVs are $35? If I ever had to pay for one, I don't think I'd pay any more than a fiver, because that's how much they're worth nowadays.(Maximum!)

Turns out the six-man thing was nowhere near match of the night, lol.

Aries vs. Tozawa was really fuckin' good, both men really upped their game since their matches on yesterday's iPPV. ROH really made a major blunder letting Aries go! Before intermission, I thought this could've been the surprise MOTN. (even though the Reby Sky stuff came off as a tad stupid)

Intermission was much appreciated by me. In general it seems like they learned a lot from their mistakes on yesterday's iPPV in terms of pacing - Here's hoping they can work out the kinks with the sound issues and general technical difficulties by their next live iPPV.

BxB Hulk vs. Jon Moxley - two of my favourite wrestlers of the moment, and predictably they had a fantastic showing. (YOU KILLED BXB!!!) Wasn't really much point in it being a No-DQ match though, and it was far too short for my liking.

Taylor/Gargano vs. CIMA/Kid - I'll tell ya, even though most of DGUSA's tag matches generally follow a "10 mins slow, 10 mins breakneck" formula, it really never gets old - It's tried and tested! Anyway, again, I think everyone involved really upped their game since last night's show and put on a fantastic, fluid match. In fact, I was ready to declare this match the current Match of the Year holder....

...until Doi/Ricochet vs. Yoshino/PAC finished. Holy cockballs what an epic match. I just kept marking harder and harder as it went on, PAC and Ricochet especially were putting on a clinic of high-flying maneuvers. Maybe I'm overrating it because I just watched it, but I think it might've been better than the legendary Blood Generation vs. Do-Fixer match from Supercard of Honor. Match of the year so far for me (it's still early though!)

So it looks like it's between Ronin and World-1 for the United Gate titles. Awesome! I really wish tomorrow's show was iPPV too :( (It's obvious as to why it isn't... but I would seriously watch that instead of the Rumble if it was) Probably won't turn up on DVD/the internet for months, making it pretty impossible to dodge spoilers.

If I had to put an arbitrary number on this even, I'd say maybe an 8, possibly a 9.

Kashdinero
01-29-2011, 11:24 PM
And thats why the rest of the EWN missed out!

Ronin should take it tommorow but its anyones match really, DGUSA'S a hard company to predict. What ever the outcome, I think were gonna miss out on the best match of all three shows, Ronin Vs World 1 is WrestleWood at it's stiffest!

As for Jimmiy, I'm surprised that Gabe is using him so prominently in DGUSA, and EVOLVE, as I know he was ready to phase him out of ROH before he was let go (worst RoH move ever, why not just give the man an extended holiday!). I feel Jimmy works best with a group (or a pair of furry boots), and this serious "no gimmicks needed" Jimmy is as boring as the day is long!

Necroyeti
01-29-2011, 11:46 PM
I'd love to know what the buyrates were for these events, cuz it seems like hardly anyone on the internet is talking about them, and I want to believe it was successful so they'll do loads more!

I really must watch EVOLVE sometime, guess I'll stick one onto download. I realise there are only 4 or 5 shows, but any particular one that stands out?

Kashdinero
01-30-2011, 01:35 AM
I'd love to know what the buyrates were for these events, cuz it seems like hardly anyone on the internet is talking about them, and I want to believe it was successful so they'll do loads more!

I really must watch EVOLVE sometime, guess I'll stick one onto download. I realise there are only 4 or 5 shows, but any particular one that stands out?

I know it's not what you asked, but RoH Final Battle pulled around 2000 buys, which is, apparently a good number. I imagine DGUSA pulled around half, but wouldn't be surprised if it was actually less.

As for EVOLVE, I've only seen the first three shows, but I'm blown away by what I've seen so far! Adopting an almost MMA style, they employ a submission based, strong style puro feel to their matches, as opposed to DGUSA's High speed, multi car pile ups! Focusing on guys like Chuck Taylor, Jon Moxley, TJP and Bobby Fish they have the cream of the indies on their shows. Wins and losses mean much more than they do in any other fed out there, and the point system really controls the direction of the company. Of the three events I've seen, Kota Ibushi Vs Davey Richards (E1) is marginally better than the Ikuto Hidaka Vs Chris Hero stunner (E2). I'll be ordering the other shows soon, as I really need to see Danielson Vs Fish at E4! Seriously, I honestly prefer EVOLVE over DGUSA! there's less to take in in per match, and it really makes a difference! I genuinley believe starting at the first show is the way to go!
Honestly, all three are worth hunting down.

Necroyeti
01-30-2011, 11:54 AM
Yeah, the DGUSA shows were not very well advertised, think they were only made into iPPV at the very last minute.

Thanks for the EVOLVE pointers!

Kashdinero
01-30-2011, 03:59 PM
Yeah, the DGUSA shows were not very well advertised, think they were only made into iPPV at the very last minute.

Thanks for the EVOLVE pointers!

No probs mate. Kota Vs Davey was one of the best matches I've seen in a long time! The finish is so brutal!!! Shame Davey had a falling out with them, as he was tailor made for this fed!

Necroyeti
01-30-2011, 04:19 PM
Yeah, I've heard that story. It seems a lot of people (myself included) reckoned that ROH must have going to put their world championship on him quite sharpish, because he seemed to be pretty much the most over/pushed guy at DGUSA and EVOLVE at the time. Which certainly made Davey losing to both Black and Strong seem all the more shocking to me.

Might have just been a falling out, I don't really know the whole story. The heat between Cary Silkin and Gabe Sapolsky just seems... silly.

Kashdinero
01-30-2011, 04:40 PM
Yeah, I've heard that story. It seems a lot of people (myself included) reckoned that ROH must have going to put their world championship on him quite sharpish, because he seemed to be pretty much the most over/pushed guy at DGUSA and EVOLVE at the time. Which certainly made Davey losing to both Black and Strong seem all the more shocking to me.

Might have just been a falling out, I don't really know the whole story. The heat between Cary Silkin and Gabe Sapolsky just seems... silly.

There was talk of lawsuits and everything! Silly indeed! I guess the money he could of made in RoH was more than his potential earnings in both DGUSA and EVOLVE!
It's funny, I can't see Davey winning the RoH World title for a while yet! Oh well, there's always the IWGP JR Heavyweight title to compete for! He might just be in with a chance on that one.

Necroyeti
01-30-2011, 05:26 PM
It's funny, I can't see Davey winning the RoH World title for a while yet! Oh well, there's always the IWGP JR Heavyweight title to compete for! He might just be in with a chance on that one.
I agree now, but going into DBD8 and Final Battle I thought for sure he was gonna take the belt. In retrospect, that was just me being a Richards mark more than anything. I do think Roderick Strong deserves at least a few more title defenses before dropping it, possibly to Richards... I think his current "House of Truth" gimmick is weak as hell, but he still deserves a decent run for being underrated as hell.

Y'know, it's more than possible that he could take the IWGP Jr belt, I didn't even think of that. I know he had a shot at it a couple months ago (pretty sure you posted it in the puro/lucha thread, or I might've stumbled across it on youtube)

Kashdinero
01-30-2011, 08:24 PM
I agree now, but going into DBD8 and Final Battle I thought for sure he was gonna take the belt. In retrospect, that was just me being a Richards mark more than anything. I do think Roderick Strong deserves at least a few more title defenses before dropping it, possibly to Richards... I think his current "House of Truth" gimmick is weak as hell, but he still deserves a decent run for being underrated as hell.

Y'know, it's more than possible that he could take the IWGP Jr belt, I didn't even think of that. I know he had a shot at it a couple months ago (pretty sure you posted it in the puro/lucha thread, or I might've stumbled across it on youtube)

I know this conversation should be in the RoH thread, but seeing as we're here now, Roderick should have been dethroned at Final Battle. As much of a fan of his as I am (ever since the Generation Next era in RoH), his personality is devastatingly dull! In ring he's world class though, and he definitely deserves a long title run based on that, but I personally feel that Davey should have lifted the title at FB. In fact it's kind of made him look a bit weak! I'm sure when he does lift the belt though, it'll be his for a long time!

Necroyeti
02-01-2011, 05:31 PM
"The Dragon Gate USA "United We Stand" PPV, which was taped over the weekend in Union City, NJ will debut on 3/11." WHY SO LONG AWAY ;_____________;

SPOILER:

PAC and Yoshino are the Open The United Gate champions.

Kashdinero
02-01-2011, 09:09 PM
"The Dragon Gate USA "United We Stand" PPV, which was taped over the weekend in Union City, NJ will debut on 3/11." WHY SO LONG AWAY ;_____________;

SPOILER:

PAC and Yoshino are the Open The United Gate champions.

So much for Ronin taking the titles to Japan! Happy for PAC though, for obviously biased reasons. Go on our kid!

Necroyeti
02-18-2011, 05:44 PM
NEWS:
Jimmy Rave is coming to DG:USA!
http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Free-Match-Download-Plus-Exclusive-DGUSA---EVOLVE-News---.html?soid=1103872774606&aid=_aMcuyvGAp4

Kashdinero
02-18-2011, 06:06 PM
NEWS:
Jimmy Rave is coming to DG:USA!
http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Free-Match-Download-Plus-Exclusive-DGUSA---EVOLVE-News---.html?soid=1103872774606&aid=_aMcuyvGAp4

How do you feel about this?

I was never really a Jimmy fan, I know he had some good matches in RoH (amongst other places), but he's never really done it for me. There has always been something that made me look the other way when he was wrestling, I dont know wether it was his stupid attire or his stupid haircut, or just the way he wrestled. But. I know he's improved an awful lot from the first time I saw him, and his act has been quite entertaining at times (bog-rolls!!!), so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say I'm kinda looking forward to his debut.

Also, Gabe pushed him quite hard back in RoH, so, I wonder if he'll get the same preferential treatment in DGUSA?

Kashdinero
02-18-2011, 06:08 PM
Also, Ronin in Japan!!!!!!!

Well done boys!

Necroyeti
02-18-2011, 07:08 PM
Never even noticed that bit of news, awesome!

I've not seen a lot of Jimmy Rave matches, and I never really marked for him, but I thought he was a pretty good, entertaining wrestler. I just kinda assume he's a comedy relief style wrestler that can actually wrestle a la Cabana, from the angles I remember him being in.

Kashdinero
02-18-2011, 11:50 PM
Jimmy also had a nice little RoH feud with CM Punk, that ended with a brutal cage match. That match is well worth hunting down.

Necroyeti
03-14-2011, 02:41 AM
"The Dragon Gate USA "United We Stand" PPV, which was taped over the weekend in Union City, NJ will debut on 3/11." WHY SO LONG AWAY ;_____________;
This has now hit the torrent sites :)
(I would've ordered it if I could have, of course)

I hear Homicide vs. Moxley is supposed to be 187's best match since returning to the indies.

Kashdinero
03-14-2011, 04:32 AM
This has now hit the torrent sites :)
(I would've ordered it if I could have, of course)

I hear Homicide vs. Moxley is supposed to be 187's best match since returning to the indies.

To tell the truth, while I haven't enjoyed every One-Eight-Seven match since his Indy comeback, I've enjoyed every match I've seen of his when he's facing Moxley. KAMIKAZE USA's leader is the perfect foe for 'Cide, and I'm loving the fact that they are basically feuding all over the Indy circuit. When that happens it just adds that element of realism to things.

Still think it sucks that we have had to wait so long to see the last installment of the tourney, and I'm not really in a rush to see it now, although I'll definitely watch it at some point.

Strange Side Note: Just read a review of the NYC show and was planning on giving this thread a DragonBump! So, ninja'd.. I guess lol

The venue they were in.
I realised they were in a bar of some kind, but I never knew the place was an actual restaurant called BB Kings! I read that one fan in attendance said "it's kinda hard to go crazy for a match, when your sitting at a table eating a porterhouse"....

Can you imagine!

"Mmmmm porter house... Oh shit, I missed that move... Mmmmm onion rings.... What!! YAMATO's the new champ!... Mmmmm..."

Lol, the place probably turned into a nightclub once they had taken down the ring!

Necroyeti
03-14-2011, 01:26 PM
TBH, I haven't enjoyed ANY 'cide match since he came back from TNA... except maybe his match against Claudio on HDNet, but that was just average.

BxB vs. Tozawa from this show is also getting some positive press and MOTYC votes.... if the tag matches are anything like the NYC and Philly shows, this could turn out to be one of the best events of the year so far!

But yeah, DGUSA really need to sort some shit out in regards to advertising their shows. I literally only came across those iPPVs by chance, and completely forgot about this show until it turned up on PWTorrents today.

Off-topic, but the next few months is gonna be absolutely SHITHOT for indy events yo, with some big tournaments heading our way too :D:
Two ROH iPPVs on wrestlemania weekend
More ROH DVDS (Socal Showdown II and Manhattan Mayhem IV look like great cards)
Best of the Best X- it's BACK
16 Carat Gold 2011
King of Trios 2011
Kurt Russellreuinion DVD, DDT4 etc

Kashdinero
03-14-2011, 03:44 PM
TBH, I haven't enjoyed ANY 'cide match since he came back from TNA... except maybe his match against Claudio on HDNet, but that was just average.

BxB vs. Tozawa from this show is also getting some positive press and MOTYC votes.... if the tag matches are anything like the NYC and Philly shows, this could turn out to be one of the best events of the year so far!

But yeah, DGUSA really need to sort some shit out in regards to advertising their shows. I literally only came across those iPPVs by chance, and completely forgot about this show until it turned up on PWTorrents today.

Off-topic, but the next few months is gonna be absolutely SHITHOT for indy events yo, with some big tournaments heading our way too :D:
Two ROH iPPVs on wrestlemania weekend
More ROH DVDS (Socal Showdown II and Manhattan Mayhem IV look like great cards)
Best of the Best X- it's BACK
16 Carat Gold 2011
King of Trios 2011
Kurt Russellreuinion DVD, DDT4 etc

Tournaments!!!!!!

Nothing better than seeing the cream of the indies going at it in multiple matches. BOTB is the one I'm looking forward to the most, as last year I really missed it! In fact, I never saw much CZW last year (about 3 shows) as following multiple Indy Feds show by show is hard fucking work!!! I'm hoping to see A.R Fox in this years BOTB as he kinda impressed me with his high flying at the great card that was KOD XI. But it looks like they're gonna be pushing for an Akuma win/final.

PWG
Chikara
RoH
ICW
CZW
DGUSA
EVOLVE
IWA-MS (haven't followed since it restarted)

(any more?)

Edit: JAPW anniversary shows are always a hoot!

(plus)

NJPW
NOAH
Dragon Gate
AJPW (minimal)

(following Puro is almost as hard as following Indy)

(and of course)
Raw
SD
TNA

(the reasons I have Sky)

That is a he'll of a lot of Feds to follow, so I tend to just pick out the best looking shows from each of them. Otherwise, I'd never get anything done. Although, I will try to follow them all as much as possible.

Bodom
04-13-2011, 04:04 PM
Just received a DGUSA newsletter email. Not sure how long it'll last but they're giving away a free match download. Jigsaw vs. Sami Callihan vs. Frightmare vs. AR Fox vs. Cheech vs. Rexx Reed from the unreleased "United: Philly" DVD

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HFRRY7RI

And for anyone interested:


"We have an exclusive code for you. Put "Aries" in the special instructions when you order DGUSA or EVOLVE DVDs or gear and we'll give you a 10% refund. The best part is that you can combine the "Aries" code with our DVD 2 and 3 Pack Deals for even bigger savings (note: You will initially be charged full price, but will be given the refund shortly after you order).

This means that DGUSA DVD 3 Pack Deals are only $45, making it just $15 per title at www.DGUSA.tv. You can pick any DGUSA DVD titles in the DGUSA.tv Store as part of this offer.

EVOLVE has an even better deal as the "Aries" code makes the 2 Pack DVD Offer only $22.50 at www.EVOLVEwrestling.com. You can choose any two EVOLVE titles in the EVOLVEwrestling.com Shop as part of this offer.

You can also use the "Aries" code to save 10% on all DGUSA and EVOLVE shirts and gear!!!

Act fast, because the "Aries" code is only good until Monday at midnight EST. Simply enter "Aries" in the special instructions when you order and we'll give you the refund shortly after. Thank you!
"

Necroyeti
05-11-2011, 03:44 PM
Upcoming Indy iPPV schedule for y'all (mostly just posting this for my own benefit though.... memory like a seive)

May 20th - EVOLVE 8

EVOLVE will hold the first annual Style Battle tournament on May 20th. The concept is simple. EVOLVE will take eight wrestlers, each representing a different style, and pit them against each other in a one night single elimination tournament. This will be a special event focused on determining the best style of wrestling and will not effect each wrestler's Record. The only win that matters is the man left standing at the end of the night. He will go down in history as the first Style Battle winner.

The participants:
AR Fox (High-Flying)
Austin Aries (Hybrid)
Bobby Fish (Puroresu Jr. Heavyweight)
Brodie Lee (Super Heavyweight)
Jon Davis (Power)
Rich Swann (Rich Swann Style)
Sami Callihan (Hard-Hitting)
Tony Nese (Standing Combat)
May 21st - FIP: In Full Force 2011

Already Signed:
Demolition (3X Former WWE Tag Team Champions)
Low Ki (WWE NXT Winner Kaval)
Dark City Fight Club (FIP World Tag Team Champions)
Manu (Former WWE Superstar)
Tony Devito (ECW Original)
"Roughhouse" Ralph Mosca
Sami Callihan
Christopher Francis Gray
Blain Rage
Bobby Fish
AR Fox
Caleb Konley
"Harcore Giant" Ron Niemi
"Champagne" Larry Dallas
June 3rd - DGUSA: Fearless 2011

Open The United Gate Title Match
PAC & Masato Yoshino vs. YAMATO & Akira Tozawa
+ More
June 5th - DGUSA: Enter the Dragon 2011 (Second Year Anniversary)

Open The Freedom Gate Title Match
YAMATO vs. PAC
Elimination Match
Blood Warriors (CIMA, Austin Aries & Brodie Lee) vs. Ronin (Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann)
+ More
June 26 - ROH: Best in the World 2011

Bodom
05-12-2011, 03:50 PM
Didn't want to make a new thread and I hear that AAW has a working relationship with DGUSA.

AAW is holding a FREE iPPV tonight. Order here (http://www.gfl.tv/Events/Fight/Wrestling/AAW__Path_Of_Redemption/1021)

AAW Pro Wrestling presents Path Of Redemption.

AAW Tag Team Championship Match

Zero Gravity, Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparaza
VS
Juice Robinson & Kyle O'Reiley

AAW Heritage Championship Match

Shane Hollister
VS
Davey Richards

AAW Heavyweight Championship Match

Silas Young
VS
Raven

http://smedia.gfl.tv/images/events/1021.JPG

Necroyeti
05-12-2011, 04:22 PM
MsChif vs. fucking SCREECH? WHAT!?

Anyway, this looks worth watching, I'll prob give it a shot. Zero Gravity and Irish Airbourne are great tag teams, Jimmy Jacobs and Davey Richards are awesome, and Juice Robinson is an underrated indy worker.

Necroyeti
05-12-2011, 06:04 PM
Oh, Bods, that event is "On Demand" for free, not live.

1. Zero Gravity vs. Juice & O'Reilly was pretty mediocre, mostly because Juice seemed totally out of place and sluggish compared to O'Reilly and Zero Gravity. You'd probably be best to skip this one, unless you've never seen a match by any of these guys before and want to check 'em out. (3/10)

2. Davey Richards vs. Shane Hollister. (starts at the 16 minute mark)
Shane is still very green, but Davey carries him to a great match - because he's in control for like 80% of it. It's not really as super stiff or as reckless as most Davey matches are, (a good thing) but the gratituous FIGHTINGU~ SPIRITU~ no-selling is still there, from both guys. (bad thing)
Last five minutes or so contains some excellent sequences though - It's definitely worth watching if you're into DR. (6/10)

3. Silas Young vs. Raven starts at around 36 minutes into the video. I didn't watch it because it doesn't interest me, but it looks like it takes place in a steel cage.

Bodom
05-12-2011, 06:12 PM
Ahh. Didn't read that part :o

Rated_R(ob)KO
05-18-2011, 09:53 AM
Just watched the 5-5-2011 "Dead Or Alive" 2011 show from Dragon Gate.... my god... 3+ hours of amazing, AMAZING performances.

Necroyeti
05-18-2011, 10:00 AM
Just watched the 5-5-2011 "Dead Or Alive" 2011 show from Dragon Gate.... my god... 3+ hours of amazing, AMAZING performances.
I noticed this on PWT today, card looks ridiculously good. (PAC vs. Doi!!!!) Need to make space on my hard drive for it.

Rated_R(ob)KO
05-18-2011, 09:51 PM
I noticed this on PWT today, card looks ridiculously good. (PAC vs. Doi!!!!) Need to make space on my hard drive for it.

I definitely suggest it. It's a slow D/L though. (I got it from PWT as well.) Apparently the members there don't like a lot of Japanese stuff or Mexican stuff as well... WWE/WCW/ECW shit has a ton of people on its dick. (I got the "Monday Night Wars" DVDRip in less than 20 mins. --- 6 hours for DG: DOA 2011)

And like what was said earlier in the thread... 90% of people out there have no freaking clue what this company is or for that matter how damn good it is either. Its a shame. =(

Rated_R(ob)KO
08-29-2011, 11:04 PM
Taken from the main page... Let the speculation begin!!!


WWE has expressed interest in several talents currently signed to deals with Dragon Gate USA. DGUSA has stated that they will release talents from contracts if it means they get a WWE deal. At this time, they have declined to identify any talents WWE may be interested in.

Necroyeti
08-29-2011, 11:30 PM
Sami Callihan, PAC and AR Fox would probably be at the top of my wishlist of DGUSA guys in WWE.

I highly doubt the talent scouts are going for Japanese guys, unfortunately, and even if they are they certainly wouldn't get pushed in WWE. I'd love to be proven wrong though.

Necroyeti
08-29-2011, 11:35 PM
Man, I haven't watched any DGUSA in ages. :sadface: Was fully planning on quitting watching Raw and Smackdown to make some more indy time, until they suddenly became compelling shows again.

Rated_R(ob)KO
08-29-2011, 11:52 PM
Man, I haven't watched any DGUSA in ages. :sadface: Was fully planning on quitting watching Raw and Smackdown to make some more indy time, until they suddenly became compelling shows again.

I actually agree with you. I was teetering on the existence of RAW and then blam... headshot from down stream. I do however still dedicate some time to the indies. Nowhere near as much as I'd like to though. And PAC in THE 'E... I'd lose my damn mind.... BxB Hulk would be awesome as well... too many to think of man.

Bodom
08-30-2011, 08:28 AM
A buddy of mine with source's within the DGUSA camp has told me that none of the guys have talked about anything involving WWE.

Not saying there isn't a chance WWE has possibly contacted some of the talent, but none of them have talked to Gabe about anything recently. I'm also highly doubtful any of the Japanese talent would be interested in going to the WWE at this moment as Dragon Gate is doing very well in Japan though CIMA did go to a WWE tryout in the past and nothing came of it obviously.

S.E. Zero
09-03-2011, 05:55 PM
I actually agree with you. I was teetering on the existence of RAW and then blam... headshot from down stream. I do however still dedicate some time to the indies. Nowhere near as much as I'd like to though. And PAC in THE 'E... I'd lose my damn mind.... BxB Hulk would be awesome as well... too many to think of man.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c83cHf4HuXI&feature=watch_response

7 and a half minutes of PAC just for you bro.

Necroyeti
09-03-2011, 09:55 PM
Fahkin' 'ell guv'nor, just got an e-mail saying there's a DGUSA iPPV one week from now.

Not really bothering with it myself since WWNLive has given me nothing but headaches, but by all means give this company money.

THEKEVINBRAND
11-25-2011, 11:50 PM
On November 25, 2011, Dragon Gate USA and Evolve announced the unification of the two promotions. Dragon Gate USA and Evolve will still promote separate events, but the two share rosters, including stables, and Evolve recognizes Dragon Gate USA's Open the Freedom Gate Championship and Open the United Gate Championship as its top two championships.

Dragon Gate USA and EVOLVE sent out the following:
Dragon Gate USA and EVOLVE have unified. We have some of the details and ramifications in this press release.

The Black Friday Specials are in full effect for DGUSA and EVOLVE right now in the DGUSA.tv Store or by calling 267-519-9744. All in stock DGUSA DVDs are 50% off and only $10 including several 2011 titles. All Dragon Gate Infinity DVDs are 50% off and only $25. All EVOLVE DVDs are 33% off and just $10 including the new EVOLVE 8 (Style Battle tournament) and EVOLVE 9 (Dave Finlay vs. Sami Callihan) DVDs. Everything in the Gear section of the DGUSA.tv store is 25% off with the "DGUSA" code (put it in at check out and you'll get 25% refunded shortly after you order). In addition, all DGUSA and EVOLVE iPPVs at WWNLive.com are 33% off and only $9.95 per title. Act now, because the Black Friday Specials END THIS MONDAY in the DGUSA.tv Store or by calling 267-519-9744.

Here's some of the details of the DGUSA/EVOLVE union:

DGUSA and EVOLVE now exist in the same universe. This means that they will share the same roster and stables.

Live events and iPPVs will still be promoted under DGUSA and EVOLVE banners. EVOLVE events will be important single shots that bridge the gap between four or five major
DGUSA weekends in 2012. The happenings and results of DGUSA and EVOLVE events will have an affect on each other.

The DGUSA Champion and DGUSA Tag Team Champions will be acknowledged as the top title holders in EVOLVE. There will be possible title defenses in EVOLVE depending on the champions' availability. There is a possibility of an EVOLVE Title in 2012, which would also be defended in DGUSA.

EVOLVE will still be based on win/loss records and its leader board. You can follow these in the About EVOLVE section at DGUSA.tv. However, there will be some changes made in the structure of these as well as the rules and regulations. We'll have more info next week at DGUSA.tv. EVOLVE will still maintain its unique identity and presentation.
DGUSA and EVOLVE DVDs and merchandise can now both be purchased together in the DGUSA.tv Store or by calling 267-519-9744.

DGUSA.tv will be your one stop for all your DGUSA and EVOLVE news and info. DGUSA and EVOLVE will share the Live Event, News & Articles, Roster, iPPV, Report Piracy and Contact sections of DGUSA.tv. EVOLVE news will now appear here in News Alerts.

The Email News Express and WWNLive.com Email Magazine will both be the places for exclusive news, deals, articles and interviews about both DGUSA and EVOLVE. All this will be delivered right to your inbox. We will protect your email and we won't spam you.

There are now infinite possibilities with the DGUSA and EVOLVE union. We feel this will make the brands easier and more rewarding to follow. We'll have much more next week at DGUSA.tv.

Cabers
02-08-2012, 04:53 PM
I uploaded their most recent show - Freedom Fight 2011 - for another website I'm on, so I'm posting it here too (for about the three people who'll actually care) because it's fuckin awesome.


http://www.dgusa.tv/images/freedomfight2010poster.jpg

MAIN EVENT #1
Masato Yoshino vs. YAMATO

MAIN EVENT #2
Shingo vs. CIMA

MAIN EVENT #3
BxB Hulk & Homicide vs. Jon Moxley & Akira Tozawa

SIX MAN TAG ACTION
Austin Aries, Genki Horiguchi & Ricochet vs. Ronin of Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann

SPECIAL CHALLENGE MATCH
Jimmy Jacobs vs. Arik Cannon

01: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k5io5PkK7U7PcD1TdUu
02: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k4pamI4U8erR2j1Tjaf
03: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k6t1onr0l9O2U91TdVy
04: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k5JmvslEwpQkGG1TfU4
05: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k6KMiy9XolQTCk1Thpw
06: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k4CJm9Y99NO6MU1Tjxl
07: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/kgmTJ8etoGkAad1TiSU

Also DGUSA thread in general

I actually love you fella i have been trying to get a torrent for this for a week, i have been meaning to watch GDUSA for a while now i will watch this tomorrow after work for definate!!

S.E. Zero
04-03-2012, 02:57 AM
Here are Dragon Gate USA: Open the Ultimate Gate '12 iPPV Results from Miami, FL (Deauville Beach Resort) from March 30, 3012

Rich Swann makes his way down to the ring as "Open the Ultimate Gate" kicks off rapping his entrance music.

Lenny Leonard is handling the announcing duties alone for this one

Rich Swann vs. AR Fox

It is believed this was supposed to be Swann vs. Yoshino but Fox is replacing him for some reason. Fox and Swann start the match off with some back and forth wrestling trading armdrags and holds. Swann catches Fox with a gorgeous dropkick and Fox answers with a wild Fisherman Buster but Swann comes back with an Asai Moonsault as the action spills out to the floor. Fox with an insane Running Shooting Star Press onto Swann IN THE CORNER (that's the only way it can be best described, just think running somersault cannonball in the corner but a Shooting Star instead). Fox decides to ground Swann with a headlock now and then starts to beat on him in the corner. Swann hits a Split Legged Moonsault off the top and gets a nearfall. Fox takes it back to the ground with a chinlock but the fans get behind Swann only to have Fox take him out with a Sliding Cross Body to the back of a seated Swann for yet another nearfall. Swann attempts to fight back but Swann catches him with a Flatliner! 1...2...NO Swann kicks out! Swan comes back with an Enziguri to a perched Fox on the top and then he hits a Hurricanrana as he leaped off the mat snapping Fox off the top! Fox and Swann exchange punches and kicks in the center of the ring with Swann getting the advantage with a Scissors Kick and then Rolling Thunder for a nearfall of his own! Swann goes for a float over in the corner but eats a DVD from Fox and then a Somersault Senton Splash off the top! 1...2...NO Swann kicks out! Swann rolls out to the floor but he is NOT safe! Fox its an IMPLODING SPRINGBOARD SOMERSAULT PLANCHA off the top onto Swann on the floor! Fox puts Swann on the apron and then dives off the top with a Guillotine Leg Drop but Swann rolls out of the way and Fox eats every bit of the apron! Swann hits the Springboard Swann Cutter! 1...2...NO Fox kicks out! Swann climbs up top, Frog Splash! 1...2...NO Fox kicks out again! They exchange rollups and nearfalls with countless nearfalls here but neither can get the pin! Swann with a Superkick staggers Swann and then he climbs up top. Fox answers with a Bicycle Kick to Swann and then he springs to the top and hits the Lo-Mein Pain (Springboard Spanish Fly)! 1...2...3!

Winner: AR Fox via pinfall (Lo-Mein Pain) and after the match Fox and Swann shake hands.

The Open The United Gate Champions CIMA & Ricochet make their way down to the ring. CIMA says hello to everyone and says he loves the United States and Miami, but he can't wrestle tonight because of a neck injury. He apologizes to the fans and then a "CIMA" chant erupts. CIMA says because of this he and Ricochet must vacate the belts and then he apologizes to Ricochet. Johnny Gargano & Chuck Taylor of Ronin make their way down now, they were scheduled to face the champs tonight.

Chuck Taylor says they're real sad about CIMA's neck but since they were supposed to wrestle them tonight they should just give the belts to Ronin. Johnny Gargano (the Open the Freedom Gate Champion) says as much as he would love to take the belts and go to the beach right now he doesn't want to win the belts like that. Gargano talks about the night he won the Freedom Gate belt and says that night was so good because he EARNED it, but if they just take those belts they wouldn't have earned it and they will cheat themselves and the fans. Gargano says if they are going to win the belts they will do it by showing that they are the best tag team in the world. Masato Yoshino comes out now!

Yoshino says he will be Ricochet's partner to defend the belts! Ricochet says he knows Yoshino has a shot at Gargano's belt tomorrow so if CIMA is okay with it and if the fans are okay with it then he's okay with it. CIMA says he's cool and shakes Ricochet's hands. Ricochet places the belts in the middle of the ring and the two teams stare each other down. Gargano offers a handshake but Yoshino walks away.

The Scene (Scott Reed & Caleb Konley) w/Larry Dallas vs. Bobby Fish & Tommy Dreamer

The Scene make their way down to the ring with a slew of gorgeous females. As one of the chicks grinds on Reed the announcer says "The Scene may catch something before this weekend's over" and he calls this the most disgusting entrance ever. Bobby Fish comes out alone and Larry says if he hasn't noticed he's alone and The Scene is the hottest new tag team "on the scene." He suggests Fish save himself a beating and go to the back, but Fish says he does have a partner. TOMMY DREAMER walks out! Dreamer & Fish hit the ring but The Scene attacks them! Fish & Dreamer hit a pair of Hip Tosses and then Dreamer hits Conley with a Pump Handle Slam and locks in a Crippler Crossface and then Fish kicks Conley in the face! They drag Reed into the ring and then Fish lifts Reed up in a Sidewalk Slam and Dreamer dives off the top with an Elbow Drop as well! Fish and Dreamer take turns beating on Reed in the face corner and then Fish connects with a Dropkick before knocking Konley off the apron. Reed rolls out as well and then Fish fakes a dive only to see Dreamer dive off the apron onto The Scene! Conley comes back and crotches Dreamer on the guardrail much to Tommy's dismay. One of the chicks hits Dreamer with the guardrail but then Fish chases her away. Back in the ring Reed covers Dreamer and gets a nearfall. The heels beat on Dreamer in the corner now and then whip him into the opposite corner. Konley puts the boots to Dreamer and then Catapults him into the bottom rope throat first. Reed tags back in and the heels hit a Double Elbow Drop on Dreamer. Reed hits a Brainbuster on Dreamer for a nearfall. The heels continue the beat down on Dreamer as a "stupid hair cut" chant starts aimed at Reed. Conley charges at Dreamer in the corner only to eat a boot and then a Flatliner into the corner! Fish tags in and Reed tags in as well! Fish hits Reed with a nasty series of kicks and then does the same to Conley. Fish now with knee strikes to Reed and then a Cartwheel Back Elbow before locking in a Kneelock! Conley breaks it up but then Dreamer locks him in a Texas Cloverleaf! Larry Dallas gets on the apron and Dreamer drags him in but then one of the chicks jumps on Dreamers back! Dreamer grabs her but another one of the girls comes in and attempts to slap her. He grabs her as well and makes out with both of them and then Piledrives the first chick! A big "ECW" chant starts. Konley comes back in and nails Dreamer with a Backstabber but then Fish locks him in the Fish Hook out of nowhere! Konley taps!

Winners: Fish & Dreamer via submission (Fish Hook). Post match The Scene's chicks try to wake them up and Dreamer ends up slapping one of them on the ass. She gets offended but then jumps on him and makes out with him. Dreamer puts her over his knee and spanks her ass.

S.E. Zero
04-03-2012, 02:59 AM
Sami Callihan (D.U.F.) vs. BxB Hulk

BxB Hulk has a much darker look. He spits a red liquid in the air like Gangrel back in the day. The stream goes out right as Hulk made his entrance and when it came back on Callihan hits a series of scoop slams onto the ropes on Hulk and then he slams Hulk's leg into the ring post. Callihan going after Hulk's leg to take away his kicks. Callihan spits on his hand and then starts chopping Hulk before hanging him up in the ropes. Callihan puts the boots to Hulk and then starts chopping at Hulk's knee. Callihan climbs up top and dives off with a stomp onto Hulk's knee. Hulk comes back with a back kick and then a Bicycle Kick on Callihan! Hulk stomps Callihan down in the corner and then stands on his head. Callihan spits at Hulk so Hulk hits a dropkick to the back of his head. Hulk hits a Arm & Legs Trapped T-Bone Suplex for a nearfall! Hulk then hits a series of elbows on Sami's elbow as we see a shot of Christina Von Errie standing in the entrance way. Hulk hits a series of round kicks and then a front kick to the face of Callihan. Callihan gets fired up so Hulk kicks him in the head again. Hulk hits him in the face a third time and then again. Callihan flips Hulk off but then eats a back kick followed by Backflip Kick. Callihan answers back with an Enziguri on a charging Hulk and then a DVD! Callihan hits the Shotgun Splash off the ropes on Hulk for a nearfall. Callihan hits a Roundhouse Kick and then a springboard Lariat on Hulk! Hulk falls out to the floor and Callihan follows with a Tope Suicida through the ropes! Callihan then hits a running chop that sends Hulk over the guardrail into the front row. Callihan goes to grab Hulk over the guardrail but eats a Roundhouse Kick from Hulk. Hulk rolls Callihan into the ring and then hits a Springboard Spinning Heel Kick! 1...2...NO Callihan kicks out! Hulk puts Callihan up on the top rope and climbs up with him but Callihan headbutts him repeatedly and then goes for a Sunset Bomb, but Hulk blocks it! Callihan then Superkicks Hulk's knee causing Hulk to crash to the mat! Callihan blows a kiss to Christina and then locks in the Half Crab! Hulk gets to the ropes and then Callihan goes for a Brainbuster but Hulk blocks it. He goes for it again but Hulk blocks it but then his leg buckles and Callihan hits the ropes only to eat Mouse from Hulk! Hulk sweeps his legs and then hits a round kick followed by a Standing Moonsault! 1...2...NO Callihan kicks out! Hulk goes for a springboard move but his leg gives out and Hulk crashes to the mat. Callihan climbs up top and hits a Splash onto Hulk's knee and then locks in the Stretch Muffler! Hulk counters into a rollup! 1...2...NO Callihan kicks out and then eats a kick from Hulk! Hulk goes for Flash but Callihan kicks his knee and then sets up for Stretch Muffler again! Christina gets up on the apron and spits something into Callihan's face! Hulk hits a suplex and then First Flash! 1...2...3!

Winner: Hulk via pinfall (First Flash). After the match Christina raises Hulk's arm revealing she's the new member of Mad Blankey. Callihan says he shouldn't have ever trusted a woman because D.U.F. (Dirty Ugly F*cks) don't trust women. Callihan says what happened with Hulk and that "slut" is past him but what he really cares about is tomorrow and his Street Fight with Sabu at Mercury Rising '12. He says that's all he can think about and tomorrow he will end Sabu's career. He calls Sabu an "extreme loser" and old but then the lights go out! They come back on and Sabu attacks Callihan! Sabu locks in the Camel Clutch but Arik Cannon runs out and blasts Sabu! Pinkie Sanchez out as well and the D.U.F. beat on him until Jon Davis & AR Fox run out to even things up! The brawl is on now. Sabu hits a clothesline on Cannon in the ring and then locks in a Camel Clutch! The announcer announces the Street Fight between Pinkie Sanchez & Arik Cannon against Sabu & on Davis is on now!

Next was a Street Fight between Sabu & Jon Davis vs. Arik Cannon & Pinkie Sanchez

Davis Press Slams Pinkie onto the apron! Davis hits a Snapmare Takeover using his shirt to choke Pinkie as Sabu and Cannon fight on the floor. Davis chops the hell out of Pinkie and then goes for a Buckle Bomb but Pinkie blocks it and then dropkicks Davis' knee. Pinkie hits a sliding dropkick but then eats a Leg Lariat from Davis! Sabu and Cannon back in the ring and Sabu stabs Cannon with a spike repeatedly! Cannon is busted open now. Sabu sets up a chair and then stabs Cannon again before diving off the chair with Air Sabu in the corner! Sabu actually throws the spike into the crowd and then dives off the chair for Air Sabu again, but Cannon catches him in midair and hits Total Anarchy! Davis breaks up the pin attempt and then starts beating on Cannon and connects with a Spinebuster! He follows up with a Running Knee for a nearfall before Pinkie breaks it up! Arik lifts Pinkie up in the air and drops him down with a Senton Splash and then Cannon hits a Senton Splash of his own on Davis. Cannon follows up with a Superick and then a clothesline to Sabu! Sabu tries to set a table up but Cannon clotheslines him. Pinkie climbs up top and then Cannon shoves Davis' head into Pinkie's ass which pisses Davis off. Davis tosses Pinkie off the top to the guardrail and then hits a nasty Lariat on Cannon! Sabu lays Cannon out on the table and hits Arabian Facebuster through the table! Davis then hits the Pounce on Pinkie followed by the 3 Seconds Around The World! 1...2...3!

Winners: Sabu & Davis via pinfall (3 Seconds Around The World). After the match Sami Callihan attacks Sabu and then blasts him with a beer bottle! Sami says he wants Sabu to think all day tomorrow about how it will be his last time in a wrestling ring because he will end Sabu's career.

S.E. Zero
04-03-2012, 03:00 AM
Masaaki Mochizuki w/CIMA vs. Akira Tozawa w/Christina Von Errie & BxB Hulk

CIMA has come to have Masaaki's back as Akira and Masaaki exchange stiff strikes in the ring. Masaaki with a big kick sends Akira out to the floor where CIMA talks trash to him. Akira comes back in the ring and Masaaki starts to beat on him with more stiff kicks. Masaaki with a running kick to Akira's leg and then locks in a knee lock on Tozawa. They continue to exchange stiff strikes and now Masaaki starts working on Akira's arm as he slams it to the mat and then locks in an Armbar. Masaaki goes for a Brainbuster but Tozawa blocks it only to have Masaaki counter into a Fujiwara Armbar! He even starts bending Akira's fingers back as well during the hold. Tozawa finally gets to the ropes and rolls back out to the floor. Masaaki follows him out and kicks him in the head. Masaaki attempts to whip Akira into the ring post but Akira reverses it and then puts him on the apron and goes for a German Suplex! Masaaki blocks it and then hits a round kick followed by another attempt at a Brainbuster! Akira blocks it again so Masaaki hits the Divorce Court slamming Akira on the apron! Back in the ring Masaaki puts the boots to Akira and then starts slapping him on the head. Akira answers with a Forearm Smash and then a Side Suplex Driver! Masaaki rolls out to the floor and Akira follows out with a Tope Suicida through the ropes onto Masaaki on the floor! Akria quickly slides back in the ring and sets up for another dive but this time Masaaki catches him with a leaping kick in midair! Akira answers back with a kick of his own and then hits another Tope Suicida through the ropes onto Masaaki on the floor! Back in the ring Akira starts stomping on Masaaki now and then hits a dropkick for a nearfall. Akira hits a Front Slam for another nearfall. Akira slams Masaaki into the corner and then puts the boots to him and starts choking him. Akira screams at the referee and then Christina starts choking Masaaki as well. Akira locks in a Front Facelock and then hits an elbow to the back of the head. Akira hits the ropes but Masaaki catches him and goes for a Tombstone but Akira reverses it into one of his own! 1...2...NO Masaaki kicks out and then Akira locks in a modified Camel Clutch! Masaaki gets to the ropes and then Akira starts taunting him while mockingly kicking him in the face. Masaaki fights back with a nasty Lariat! Masaaki hits a Running Elbow but Tozawa gets fired up and hits Masaaki with chop after chop! Finally he punches him in the face but Masaaki answers with a big right hand of his own laying Akira out! Masaaki kicks Akira but Akira answers with a Running Yakuza Kick! Tozawa charges at Masaaki but Masaaki hangs him up in the ropes and hits a nasty kick! Masaaki hangs him up in the ropes again and then hits a Running Knee! Masaaki hits a Running Kick for a nearfall. Tozawa rolls through a hurricanrana and hits a Shinning Wizard for a nearfall! He goes for another one but Masaaki blocks it and sweeps his legs and then hits a series of disgusting kicks to the head of Akira! 1...2...NO Akira kicks out! Masaaki goes for a Roundhouse Kick but Akira counters into a Rolling Elbow! Akira and Masaaki fight on the top rope and Akira hits a German Superplex! Akira goes for another German but Masaaki blocks it only to eat a Bicycle Kick to the head! Akira hits a Bridging German Suplex! 1...2....NO Masaaki counters into an armbar! He transitions into the Cross Armbreaker! Akira fights it and counters into another German Suplex! 1...2...NO Masaaki kicks out! WOW! That was an insane sequence! Akira goes for another German but Masaaki blocks it and elbows him. Akira hits a Bicycle Kick but Masaaki answers with a kick of his own. They exchange slaps and chops in the center of the ring both men swinging wildly! Akira hits another German Suplex! Masaaki comes back with another nasty kick! 1...2...NO Akira kicks out! Masaaki springboard off the ropes with a Flying Kick! 1...2...3!

Winner: Masaaki Mochizuki via pinfall (Springboard Flying Kick). After the match Christina Von Errie says she has a message from Mad Blankey and punches Masaaki in the nuts!

Johnny Vandal vs. Samurai del Sol

Samurai del Sol is the mystery luchador from Mexico that DG-USA has been teasing they recently signed. He debuted last night against Yoshino in Hollywood, FL. Vandal is a Miami native. Ricochet on commentary here. Samura hits a crazy springboard corkscrew armdrag followed by another armdrag and then a dropkick. Samurai hits a gorgeous Corkscrew Fosbury Flop over the top onto Vandal! Samurai hits a Slingshot 450-Splash onto Vandal for a nearfall. Samurai attempts a float over in the corner but Vandal counters into a Spinebuster followed by a cross body on the ropes. He follows up with a nasty running kick to Samurai as he was draped over the ropes and gets a nearfall. Vandal goes for a Forearm but Samurai counters into a spinning kick and then he goes for a Fireman's Carry. Vandal counters into a TKO! Vandal climbs up top and dives off with a Flying Double Knee Drop! 1...2...Samurai kicks out! Vandal lights Samurai up with chops on the ropes and then sends him into the ropes but Samurai springs off the ropes into a CRAZY Reverse Hurricanrana! 1...2...3!

Winner: Samurai del Sol via pinfall (Reverse Hurricanrana)

S.E. Zero
04-03-2012, 03:01 AM
PAC vs. Low-Ki

This is believed to be a first time ever matchup here as the British high flyer PAC faces off against the "World Warrior" Low-Ki. Arik Cannon on commentary here with Lenny. PAC and Ki lockup and they brawl into the corner before breaking clean. They lockup again and this time they go for a test of strength. PAC gets the advantage forcing Ki back into a bridge but Ki bridges back up and forcing PAC back down to the mat into a bridge of his own. Ki tries to slam his knees down on PAC but PAC stays bridged holding Ki up. Ki starts kicking PAC while pretty much kneeling on PAC's chest. Finally the two get back to their feet with PAC hitting a Bridging Northern Lights Suplex for a nearfall. Ki reverses into a nearfall of his own. Both men get to their feet and get a standing ovation. PAC takes Ki down and starts twisting on the foot of Ki. Both men stalemate again and then Ki swings his leg with a wild roundhouse kick but PAC was able to avoid it. PAC shakes his head at Ki and then they lockup again and PAC gets a Waistlock on Ki. Ki counters into a wristlock and then starts twisting on the arm. PAC flips through it and hits a Hip Toss. PAC locks in a front facelock but Ki forces him to the ropes to break the hold and then hits a nasty kick to the chest of PAC. Ki hits a Scoop Slam and then follows up with a Muta Elbow! 1...2...NO PAC kicks out! Ki goes for a Suplex but PAC blocks it and forces Ki to the corner where he slams his shoulder into Ki. PAC hits a series of back elbows to Ki and then he charges at Ki but Ki moves and then kicks PAC in the chest. Ki whips PAC into the corner but PAC springs off the ropes over Ki and hits a cross chop. PAC hits a Fireman's Carry into a backdrop! PAC hits a Knee Drop and then slams Ki into the corner. PAC follows up with a Snap Suplex for a nearfall and then locks in a headscissors on Ki. Ki bridges into a nearfall but PAC slams him back to the mat with the headscissors. Ki rolls to the ropes to finally break the hold and then Ki answers with a nasty chop. Ki follows up with a series of headbutts and then Ki hits a European Uppercut. Ki chops away at PAC in the corner and then hits another European Uppercut. Ki with a disgusting running chop! PAC answers with a Forearm Smash and Ki answers back with another DISGUSTING chop! Ki attempts to whip PAC into the ropes but PAC reverses only to see Ki back handspring off the ropes into a Cross Body! 1...2...NO PAC kicks out and Ki immediately goes to a headscissors of his own! PAC bridges backwards into a pin but Ki counters into a pin of his own for a nearfall. Ki hits a Snapmare Takeover and then dropkicks PAC in the back of the head for another nearfall. Ki locks in a Waistlock on the mat but PAC fights to his feet and backs Ki into the corner and hits a series of back elbows. Ki answers with another headbutt and then tosses PAC out to the floor. Ki grabs PAC by the hair and brings him up on the apron. He attempts to suplex PAC into the ring but PAC blocks it and then tries to suplex Ki over the top. Ki counters with a knee to the head of PAC! Ki goes for a kick but PAC moves and hits a forearm. PAC slingshots into a hurricanrana that sends Ki to the floor! PAC fakes a dive and when Ki moves he sets up for another one quickly but Ki grabs his legs and trips him on the apron! Ki follows up with a nasty chop and then he grabs PAC's feet but PAC kicks him into the guardrail. PAC climbs up top and dives off with a Corkscrew Moonsault! THE TORNEDO! A "that was splendid" chant starts up. PAC rolls back into the ring and Ki almost gets counted out but Ki is able to roll back in at 9. PAC immediately covers Ki and gets a nearfall. PAC whips Ki into the ropes and hits a Running back elbow followed by another one. PAC comes off the ropes with a Flying Forearm now! PAC whips Ki into the ropes again and goes for a backdrop but Ki stops and kicks the hell out of PAC! Ki hits the ropes but PAC lifts him high up into the air with a Press Slam! 1...2...NO Ki kicks out! PAC starts to climb the ropes but Ki grabs his legs. PAC pushes him away and goes for a German Suplex but Ki blocks it and sends PAC into the corner! Ki whips PAC into the opposite corner and hits the Tidal Wave! 1...2...NO PAC kicks out! Ki covers PAC again and again gets a nearfall. Ki with another nasty chop followed by another one. Ki whips PAC into the opposite corner and hits a Running Forearm followed by a Backbreaker! Ki climbs up top and goes for the Phoenix Splash! PAC rolls out of the way and then climbs up top and hits an INSANE Phoenix Splash off the middle rope! 1...2...NO Ki kicks out! PAC goes out to the apron and goes for a springboard move but Ki moves and then goes for Shining Wizard, but PAC ducks and Ki follows up with a nasty back heel kick! Ki climbs up top and sets up for the Warriors Way but PAC crotches him on the turnbuckles! PAC climbs up with Ki but Ki hits him with body shots knocking him off the top. PAC climbs right back up and hits the Frankensteiner! PAC climbs back up and goes for the Corkscrew Shooting Star Press! Ki rolls out of the way and PAC eats the mat! Ki climbs back up now and dives off with the Warriors Way! 1...2...3!

Winner: Ki via pinfall (Warriors Way). After the match Ki grabs the microphone and says that PAC is incredible. Ki says that was the true sport of professional wrestling and then says that he would be more than happy to do that one again. PAC shakes Ki's hand and then says that was a Championship quality match. He says he wants to call out every member of Dragon Gate & EVOLVE and he thinks EVOLVE should consider creating their own championship because of the level of competition here. He says he doesn't do what he does in the ring for himself, he does it for the fans.

S.E. Zero
04-03-2012, 03:02 AM
Main Event for the Open The United Gate Championships

Ronin (Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano) w/Rich Swann vs. Ricochet & Masato Yoshino w/CIMA

Ricochet and Yoshino wearing matching pink and black tights. Gargano and Yoshino will kick this one off, these two face off tomorrow night for the Freedom Gate belt. Arik Cannon still on commentary with Lenny. Yoshino & Gargano lockup and then Yoshino breaks it with a big chop. Gargano answers with one of his own and then the two start exchanging chops. Yoshino hits the ropes and connects with a dropkick and then charges at Gargano but Gargano hits a back kick followed by a diving double foot stomp to the back of Yoshino followed by a Knee Strike and then a neckbreaker! Yoshino rolls out and Ricochet comes in with a Missile Dropkick to Gargano that sends Gargano out and Taylor replaces him and kicks Ricochet. Taylor leapfrogs Ricochet and then Ricochet dives off the ropes but Taylor catches him in midair and hits a Belly-to-Belly Suplex! Gargano tags in and puts the boots to Ricochet. Gargano goes for a clothesline but Ricochet ducks and hits a dropkick and then tags in Yoshino. Yoshino & Ricochet treat Gargano's legs like a wishbone and then Yoshino slams Gargano's leg to the mat. Ricochet climbs up top and dives off with an Axe Hanlde Drop onto Gargano's arm and then Yoshino dives off the top with a Diving Double Foot Stomp onto Gargano's arm. Ricochet puts Gargano in a weird submission and then covers him for a nearfall. Ricochet locks in a modified Guerrero Special! He then takes Gargano to the corner and slams his head into the turnbuckles repeatedly before slamming Gargano to the mat for a nearfall. Gargano attempts to reach for a tag but Ricochet cuts him off and then dropkicks Taylor off the apron. Yoshino tags in and the faces whip Gargano into the ropes and connect with a Double Back Elbow followed by a Double Suplex! Ricochet follows up with a Standing Moonsault for a nearfall! Ricochet and Yoshino beat on Gargano in the corner and then whips Gargano into the corner. Ricochet sets up for a dive but Gargano spears him and then dives onto Yoshino on the floor! Taylor hits a Lionsault on Ricochet and gets a nearfall! Lots of fast paced action, hard to keep up. Taylor puts the boots to Ricochet and then hits a Scoop Slam. SUPER STRENGTH! Taylor rolls Ricochet up but Ricochet kicks out at 3 and then Gargano tags back in. Gargano hits a Scoop Slam and then rakes Ricochet's eyes before going to work on Ricochet's legs with stomps. Gargano then locks in a crazy submission hold before Yoshino breaks it up. Taylor tags back in and hits a body shot on Ricochet followed by a Forearm Smash. Taylor whips Ricochet into the ropes and then nails him with an AJ Styles like dropkick. 1...2...NO Ricochet kicks out! Ricochet tries desperately to get to his corner but Gargano comes in and kicks him. Gargano whips Ricochet into the ropes but Ricochet rolls underneath him and then goes for a Standing Moonsault but Gargano kicks him in the back in midair! Gargano slams Ricochet into Taylor's foot and then tags Taylor back in. Taylor climbs up top and dives off with a Diving Forearm onto Ricochet before standing on Ricochet's throat. Taylor follows up with a Back Suplex and then climbs up top and attempts a gorgeous looking Moonsault, but Ricochet moves out of the way! Ricochet hits a Running Spear followed by a Leaping Enziguri and then a Diving Clothesline off the top! Yoshino tags in and Gargano tags in! Yoshino hits the ropes and connects with the Slingblade! Gargano rolls out and Yoshino attempts to whip Taylor into the corner but Taylor reverses it. Yoshino dives off the top but Taylor catches him only to have Yoshino counter into a Spinning DDT! 1...2...NO Taylor kicks out and then Yoshino climbs up top and dives off. Taylor moves and Yoshino goes for another move but Taylor blocks it and locks in a Half Crab on Yoshino! Yoshino gets to the ropes to break the hold and then Taylor goes for a Brainbuster but Yoshino blocks it and then locks in the From Jungle! Gargano comes in and breaks it with a Leaping Enziguri! Ricochet comes in and eats elbow from Gargano. Gargano floats over Ricochet only to eat a Diamond Cutter! Ricochet then hits a Double Revolution Standing Moonsault! 1...2...NO Gargano kicks out! Ricochet goes for a Backslide Driver but Gargano blocks it and then Lawn Darts Ricochet into the corner followed by a Superkick! Gargano hits a Standing Sliced Bread! 1...2...NO Yoshino breaks it up! Crazy action! Gargano chops Ricochet and then hits the ropes but eats a back kick followed by a backflip kick! Several crazy moves by both Ricochet & Yoshino that I cant keep up with but it leads to a Running Shooting Star Press off the back of Yoshino onto Gargano! HOLY SH*T! Taylor with a running hurricanrana on Ricochet and then a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker on Yoshino followed by a Running Knee from Gargano! Ricochet with a Running Enziguri and then he dives off the top but Taylor catches him and tosses him into a Cutter from Gargano! Good lord! Gargano goes for the Hurts Doughnut but Ricochet backs him into the corner and then Yoshino dives off Ricochet's back with an elbow! They hit a double kick/elbow in the corner! Yoshino dives off the top with a Missile Dropkick on Taylor and then a Senton Backsplash at the same time on Gargano! 1...2...NO Gargano kicks out! Yoshino with a series of strikes and then he sets up for something but Gargano rolls him up! Yoshino counters into a Crossface! Taylor breaks it up by kicking Yoshino in the head and then the Soul Food! Hurts Doughnut from Gargano! 1...2...NO Taylor pulls Gargano off of Yoshino and covers him himself! 1...2...NO Yoshino kicks out and Gargano can't believe it! Taylor grabs one of the belts and then shoves Rich Swann and Gargano takes the belt from Taylor! Yoshino with a DDT on Taylor and then Ricochet hits the 630! 1...2...NO Gargano breaks it up! Gargano and Ricochet exchange STIFF strikes! I mean STIFF! Gargano hits a flurry of forearms and then hits the ropes but eats a knee from Ricochet! Ricochet hits a Superkick but then walks into an Enziguri from Garagnao followed by a Spinning Lariat! The fans are on their feet! Ricochet comes back and sends Gargano out to the floor and then dives with a Corkscrew Suicide Plancha on Taylor! Yoshino hits the Torbellino and then locks in Sol Naciente! Taylor taps!

Winners & NEW United Gate Champs: Ricochet & Yoshino via submission. After the match Yoshino points to Gargano and says he's got him tomorrow. CIMA comes into the ring and says it was an awesome match and then says he respects Ronin. He offers a handshake to Gargano and he accepts but Taylor attacks him from behind and then Superkicks Gargano! Yoshino and Ricochet chase him off as Taylor smiles and the fans chant "F*ck you Chucky." Yoshino asks CIMA if he is okay and then says tomorrow he will be the Freedom Gate Champion. Yoshino thanks the fans for coming and then asks the fans if they liked what they saw. He says he and Ricochet love Miami as a "please comeback" chant starts. He says he will see them tomorrow and then starts a "USA" chant.

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QUICK RESULTS

1) AR Fox def. Rich Swann

2) Bobby Fish & Tommy Dreamer def. The Scene

3) BxB Hulk def. Sami Callihan

4) Street Fight: Sabu & Jon Davis def. D.U.F.

5) Masaaki Mochizuki def. Akira Tozawa

6) Samurai del Sol def. Johnny Vandal

7) Low-Ki def. PAC

8) Open the United Gate Titles: Ricochet & Masato Yoshino def. Ronin to win the vacant title

Automatic
04-25-2012, 11:51 AM
Why bother posting the spoilers if you aren't even going to drop your own opinion? At least that would contribute. Kinda irritating that I've now seen the spoilers of the show I'm watching.

RatedRorayJames
07-29-2012, 03:02 AM
Gargano4Lyfe

RatedRorayJames
11-03-2012, 09:07 PM
Anyone else even watching this weekend? HAHA.

RatedRorayJames
11-04-2012, 04:33 PM
Should be an amazing show tonight,



Open The Freedom Gate Title Match - Four Way Elimination
Johnny Gargano vs. Akira Tozawa vs. AR Fox vs. Ricochet

Tag Team Bonus Main Event
Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito vs. El Generico & Samuray Del Sol

First Time Ever Match
CIMA vs. Sami Callihan

Tag Team Challenge Match
Jigsaw & Fire Ant vs. The Super Smash Brothers

Special Attraction Match
Arik Cannon vs. ACH

Special Challenge Match
Jon Davis vs.EITA

Special Challenge Tag Team Match
Scott Reed & Caleb Konley with Larry Dallas & Trina vs. Tony Nese & Papadon

Bodom
01-24-2013, 06:08 PM
How exactly did John Morrison end up on the only non-iPPV show this weekend? Sounds like awful planning.

lonestarpunk
11-07-2013, 12:45 PM
Dragon Gate USA:Fearless 2013
Saturday, November 16th


Open The Freedom Gate Championship Match
Johnny Gargano defends vs. Jimmy Susumu

Open The United Gate Championship Match
The Young Bucks defend vs. The Bravado Brothers

Open The Brave Gate Championship Match
Genki Horiguchi defends vs. Rich Swann

Four Way Freestyle - If AR Fox Is Pinned Or Submits He Loses The Title
EVOLVE Champion AR Fox vs. Shane Strickland vs. Andrew Everett vs. Fire Ant

Masaaki Mochizuki vs.Anthony Nese with Mr. A & Su Yung Ricochet

Trent Baretta vs. Chuck Taylor

Ricochet vs. Biff Busick

Caleb Konley vs. Mr. Touchdown

Jon Davis vs. Steven Walters

lonestarpunk
11-11-2013, 07:02 PM
chris hero has been added to this weekends dgusa ippv. dont nxt wrestlers have to go through the 90 days thing?

Bodom
11-11-2013, 07:13 PM
chris hero has been added to this weekends dgusa ippv. dont nxt wrestlers have to go through the 90 days thing?

The no-compete clause doesn't apply to developmental.

lonestarpunk
11-12-2013, 01:44 PM
Dragon Gate USA issued a press release to announce that Chris Hero will challenge Johnny Gargano for the Open The Freedom Gate Championship. The match will take place at Sunday's "Freedom Fight" iPPV.

TheJosephBanks
11-12-2013, 03:36 PM
Them Auto-Title shots.

lonestarpunk
11-12-2013, 04:30 PM
he won a vote. no idea dgusa was doing a fan vote. the fans have choosin

TheJosephBanks
11-12-2013, 07:29 PM
He also, reportedly, has one in PWG against Adam Cole.

lonestarpunk
11-16-2013, 12:44 PM
We regret to inform you that Genki Horiguchi will not be at the Dragon Gate USA events due to travel issues. This has caused the cards to be reshuffled for tonight in Queens and tomorrow in Brooklyn. Let's get to it....
November 16th: It will be Ricochet vs. Rich Swann tonight at DGUSA in Queens, NY back at the Elk's Lodge. We were saving this for down the line, but in an effort to give you the best possible replacement for Horiguchi we will present this fresh matchtonight on live iPPV
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November 16th: In an effort to build up the tag team scene, we will try out two new duos tonight. It will be Caleb Konley & Andrew Everett vs. Biff Busick & Steven Walters. There is a lot o potential here. What do you think of these new teams? Let us know on*Twitter
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November 16th: Mr. Touchdown will take Andrew Everett's place in the Four Way Freestyle. The match is now EVOLVE Champion AR Fox vs. Shane Strickland vs. Fire Ant vs. Mr. Touchdown. If any of these competitors defeat AR Fox, they will be the new EVOLVE Champion! This is Fox's way of giving fresh faces a shot to evolve the sport of pro wrestling.

lonestarpunk
11-16-2013, 10:33 PM
looks like dgusa had some streaming problems

lonestarpunk
11-16-2013, 11:21 PM
-Jon Davis vs. Earl Cooter by sitdown powerbomb
-Caleb Konley & Andrew Everett defeated Biff Busick & Steven Walters by Everett hitting a shooting star press
-Trent defeated Chuck by Kryptonite Krunch
-Fox defeated Fire Ant, Mr. Touchdown and Shane Strickland by Spanish Fly off the ropes
-Ricochet defeated Rich Swann by 630 off the top rope (Ricochet got on the mic saying Johnny Gargano has been avoiding him for two years)
-Tony Nese Defeated Jimmy Susumu by 450 splash
-Maasaki Mochizuki defeated Johnny Gargano by springboard kick
-And NNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW DGUSA Tag champs, The Bravados. The Bravados defeated Young Bucks by Young Bucks powerbombed Lancelot into the corner as Nick nailed a kick. The Bravados were able to pull their knees up as Nick went for a 450 splash and drilled him down, scoring the pin. (the crowd chanted bullshit with Bravados saying they can have a rematch anywhere they want)

wil2197
11-17-2013, 02:49 AM
Was at the show tonight. It kicked ass. And Tinkerbell was harmed in the making of this show...seriously, she was.

My personal favorite was Ricochet vs Swann, followed by Young Bucks and Bravado. After Bravado won the tag team title, they said they would give Young Bucks a shot any time. We all started chanting "Right Now". When one of them said "It's past midnight. Don't you have something else to do?" We all yelled "No!" Young Bucks then teased the thought of a rematch right away, then promptly told us to suck it. I believe there was a "Fuck the Young Bucks" chant afterwards. Just an excellent show.

Oh, and the "technical glitch" I have a feeling was manufactured so people could go buy merchandise, which it looked like a lot did. Whatever...just drank more beer during the down time.

lonestarpunk
11-17-2013, 04:26 AM
how committed how young bucks to japan being iwpg tag champs? how often do they defend the titles or show up? they must do a lot of traveling. young bucks must been trying to get that heat back. its also funny, being 12 since pwg shows have end about 1 or close to 2.

lonestarpunk
11-18-2013, 07:26 PM
Dragon Gate USA "Freedom Fight" iPPV
Brooklyn, New York

-Jon Davis defeated Steve Walters.
-Mr. Touchdown defeated Jervis Cottonbelly.
-Jimmy Susumu beat Chuck Taylor.
-Open The United Gate Tag Champions The Bravados defeated Caleb Konley and Andrew Everett, Jigsaw and Fire Ant in a non-title elimination match.
-Anthony Nese beat Richochet.
-Rich Swann defeated Trent Baretta.
-The Young Bucks defeated Masaaki Mochizuki and A.R. Fox.
-Johnny Gargano defeated Chris Hero to retain the Open The Freedom Gate Championship.

lonestarpunk
12-21-2013, 12:39 PM
Chris Hero will be a major part of the WWNLive Experience in New Orleans. He will wrestle on April 3rd at EVOLVE, on April 4th he will exclusively be on The Wrestling Odyssey afternoon card as well as the Dragon Gate USA evening show and April 5th he will be at DGUSA



EVOLVE 25 - January 10th - Ybor City, FL




EVOLVE Title Match

AR Fox Defends vs. Winner Of #1 Contender Match




#1 Contender To The EVOLVE Title Match - Winner Gets Title Match That Night!

Roderick Strong vs. Uhaa Nation




Epic Six Man Tag Team Match

Johnny Gargano & The Bravado Brothers vs. Rich Swann & The Young Bucks




Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #1

Chris Hero vs. Ricochet



EVOLVE 26 - January 11th - Orlando FL




FIP Tag Team Title Match

Roderick Strong & Rich Swann defend vs. The Young Bucks




Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #2

Chris Hero vs. Anthony Nese




EVOLVE 27 - January 12th - Jacksonville, FL




The Main Event - Non-Title

Johnny Gargano vs. Roderick Strong




Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #3

Chris Hero vs. Chuck Taylor




Grudge Match

Rich Swann vs. Jon Davis

lonestarpunk
01-02-2014, 01:31 PM
EVOLVE 25



January 10th, 2013





Main Event #1 - EVOLVE Title Match





EVOLVE Champion AR Fox Has An Open Contract!!!












Main Event #2 - Epic Six Man Tag Team Match





Johnny Gargano & The Bravado Brothers vs. Rich Swann & The Young Bucks












Main Event #3 - Hero Runs The Gauntlet





Chris Hero vs. Ricochet












Main Event #4 - FIP World Heavyweight Title Match





Trent Baretta defends vs. Anthony Nese












Winner Gets A Future Title Shot Of Their Choice - First Time Ever Match





Uhaa Nation vs. Roderick Strong












JUST SIGNED: Special Attraction Match





Caleb Konley vs. Jon Davis












JUST SIGNED: Special Challenge Match





Chuck Taylor vs. Lince Dorado



good card

lonestarpunk
01-10-2014, 05:38 PM
EVOLVE 25

The Orpheum

1915 E. 7th Avenue

Ybor City, FL 33605

9pm EST. Belltime





Main Event #1 - EVOLVE Title Match
EVOLVE Champion AR Fox Has An Open Contract!!!

Main Event #2 - Epic Six Man Tag Team Match
Johnny Gargano & The Bravado Brothers vs. Rich Swann & The Young Bucks

Main Event #3 - Hero Runs The Gauntlet
Chris Hero vs. Ricochet

Main Event #4 - FIP World Heavyweight Title Match
Trent Baretta defends vs. Anthony Nese

"Chance Of A Lifetime" FRAY! - Winner Gets A DGUSA Title Match At EVOLVE 27
(It starts with two wrestlers, another enters every two minutes, eliminations can take place anytime by pinfall, submission or DQ)
Competitors: Jon Davis, Chuck Taylor, Uhaa Nation, Caleb Konley, Lince Dorado

EVOLVE 26
January 11th
Orlando Downtown Recreation Complex
363 North Parramore Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
8pm EST. Belltime



Tag Team Main Event #1
Rich Swann & ???? defend vs. The Young Bucks

Tag Team Main Event #2 - Champions Face Off!
EVOLVE Champion AR Fox & Uhaa Nation vs. DGUSA Champion Johnny Gargano & Jon Davis

Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #2
Chris Hero vs. Anthony Nese with Su Yung

No Hype Needed
Ricochet vs. Trent Baretta

Open The United Gate Title Match
The Bravado Brothers defend vs. Dos Ben Dejos

Special Attraction Match
Chuck Taylor vs. Maxwell Chicago

SHINE Showcase Match
Su Yung vs.Mia Yim

Special Challenge Match
Caleb Konley vs. Lince Dorado







EVOLVE 27
January 12th

Edge Concert Hall

845 University Blvd N.
Jacksonville, FL 32211
8pm EST. Belltime
Open The Freedom Gate Title Match
Johnny Gargano vs. Winner Of FRAY! At EVOLVE 25

Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #3
Chris Hero vs. Chuck Taylor

Grudge Match
Rich Swann vs. Jon Davis

Tag Team Challenge Match
AR Fox & Ricochet vs. Anthony Nese & TBD with Su Yung

Young Bucks vs. Bravado Brothers Single Challenge Match #1
Matt Jackson vs. Harlem Bravado
Young Bucks vs. Bravado Brothers Single Challenge Match #2
Nick Jackson vs. Lance Bravado

FIP Showcase Match - Six Way Freestyle
Trent Baretta vs. Caleb Konley vs. Jay Rios vs. Eddie Cruz vs. Jonny Vandal vs. Maxwell Chicago

Special Challenge Match
Uhaa Nation vs. Lince Dorado

Kashdinero
01-11-2014, 12:31 AM
Uhaa Nation FTW. That is all.

TheJosephBanks
01-11-2014, 11:25 AM
Uhaa Nation FTW. That is all.

I wonder if WWE has given him a look. He's big and fast, and seems to have a bit of a following.

I know he was injured recently though.

lonestarpunk
01-11-2014, 12:31 PM
Evolve 25 results

FIP Title
Trent Barretta def Tony Nese to retain the title after countering a roll up

“Chance of a Lifetime FRAY” where the winner faces Johnny Gargano at EVOLVE 27 for the DGUSA Title
Participants are: Chuck Taylor, Lince Dorado, Jon Davis, Caleb Konley & the Uhaa Nation
Everyone teamed up to eliminate Davis
Taylor eliminated Dorado
Uhaa eliminated Konley
Uhaa Nation eliminated Taylor for the win and title shot

Ricochet def Chris Hero with a 450, a Shooting Star Press and a 630

- post match Chris Hero puts over Ricochet & the future stars of EVOLVE. Trent Barreta came out and felt slighted that his name wasn’t mentioned.

Young Bucks & Rich Swann def The Bravados and Johnny Gargano after more bang for your buck on Harlem

- Post match Roderick Strong came out for a brawl save and said on Feb 23 he wants a title shot at the DGUSA show

EVOLVE Title
AR Fox def Davey Richards to retain with Lo-Mein Pain













Here are the updated cards





EVOLVE 26
January 11th
Orlando Downtown Recreation Complex
363 North Parramore Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
8pm EST. Belltime



Tag Team Main Event #1
Rich Swann & ???? defend vs. The Young Bucks


Tag Team Main Event #2 - Champions Face Off!
EVOLVE Champion AR Fox & Uhaa Nation vs. DGUSA Champion Johnny Gargano & Jon Davis

Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #2
Chris Hero vs. Anthony Nese with Su Yung

No Hype Needed
Ricochet vs. Trent Baretta

Open The United Gate Title Match
The Bravado Brothers defend vs. Dos Ben Dejos

Special Attraction Match
Chuck Taylor vs. Maxwell Chicago

SHINE Showcase Match
Su Yung vs.Mia Yim

Special Challenge Match
Caleb Konley vs. Lince Dorado








EVOLVE 27
January 12th

Edge Concert Hall

845 University Blvd N.
Jacksonville, FL 32211
8pm EST. Belltime
JUST SIGNED: Open The Freedom Gate Title Match
Johnny Gargano vs. Uhaa Nation
Hero Runs The Gauntlet Match #3
Chris Hero vs. Chuck Taylor
Grudge Match
Rich Swann vs. Jon Davis
Tag Team Challenge Match
AR Fox & Ricochet vs. Anthony Nese & TBD with Su Yung
Young Bucks vs. Bravado Brothers Single Challenge Match #1
Matt Jackson vs. Harlem Bravado
Young Bucks vs. Bravado Brothers Single Challenge Match #2
Nick Jackson vs. Lance Bravado
FIP Showcase Match - Six Way Freestyle
Trent Baretta vs. Caleb Konley vs. Jay Rios vs. Eddie Cruz vs. Jonny Vandal vs. Maxwell Chicago
Special Challenge Match
Uhaa Nation vs. Lince Dorado

lonestarpunk
01-11-2014, 11:42 PM
Evolve 26

Mia Yim defeated Su Yung
Su with a Michinoku Driver. Su goes for another one but Mia counters with a crucifix for the three count. After the match, Nese says something to Mia. Su hits Mia from behind

Lince Dorado defeated Caleb Konley
Konley with a double sledge to the back. Dorado avoids a neck breaker and he hits a tornado DDT. Dorado with a sunset flip for the three count

Chuck Taylor defeated Maxwell Chicago
Taylor with Sole Food but Maxwell with a neck breaker for a near fall. Maxwell says that he is going for the high risk maneuver. Taylor crotches Maxwell. Chuck tells Maxwell that he loves him and that he is sorry as he hits the Awful Waffle for the three count.

After the match, Rich Swann comes out and tells everyone to give it up for Maxwell Chicago and Chuck Taylor. Swann says that he knows that they have had their problems in the past but that is behind them. They were the first American stars to go to Japan in DGUSA. They tore it up in Evolve and Dragon Gate and everyone knew what Ronin was about. Swann says that they can stick it to Gargano and prove that they were the backbone of Ronin. Does Chuck want to prove that they are the best. Why not do something magical and for one more night, they can tear it up against the Bucks. Chuck says that Swann has it. One more night. Swann hugs Chuck before they leave the ring

Bravado Brothers defeated Dos Ben Dejos
Lance with a clothesline to Cruz and then he presses Cruz onto Rios on the floor. Lance with a power bomb to Cruz and he picks him up for a second one. He hits a buckle bomb enzuigiri combination on Cruz and then they hit the Gentleman’s Agreement for the three count.

Ricochet defeated Trent Baretta
Ricochet pulls Trent into the corner but Trent stops Ricochet. Ricochet with a round kick to the head. Ricochet hits the 630 splash for the three count

After the match, Ricochet gets on the mic. He mentions that he beat Chris Hero last night. Tonight, he beat Trent. He says that he has been on a roll. Whoever has the Open the Freedom Gate Title, whether it be Uhaa Nation, Roderick Strong, or Johnny Gargano, they are only holding it for him and he will see whoever the champion is in New Orleans

Evolve Champion AR Fox and Uhaa Nation defeated Open the Freedom Gate Champion Johnny Gargano and Jon Davis
Davis with a facebuster but Uhaa with a pop up power bomb. Uhaa with a boot to Gargano in the corner. Uhaa runs into a boot but Fox hits Lo Mein Pain. Uhaa drops Davis behind him and then Fox with a 450 splash followed by a moonsault and a shooting star press for the three count



After the match, Gargano yells at Davis and he tells him that he had one job to do and he failed. Gargano leaves the ring before Jon can do anything. Before the match, Chris Hero has a message for Trent Baretta. Last night, Trent ridiculed him for losing to Ricochet and he points out what happened to Trent tonight. He says that it isn’t easy to beat Ricochet

Chris Hero versus Anthony Nese
Hero runs into an elbow but Hero with a roaring elbow in the corner. Hero with a roaring elbow to the back of the head for a near fall. Nese with a back heel kick followed by an enzuigiri and a German suplex. Hero with a boot and running boot for a near fall. Hero with a cravate stretch and Nese taps out


After the match, Trent comes into the ring and he tells Hero that he still thinks he is the guy. He is not that guy any more. While Chris was wasting his time in NXT learning from Bill DeMott, he has been tearing up all over for the last year. In Japan . . . Chris tells Trent that everyone knows that he is good. He wants cry baby Trent to go away. Chris says that if Trent wants to get sad about not being mentioned last night. Chris points out that he won tonight while Trent lost

The Young Bucks defeated Rich Swann and Chuck Taylor
Nick counters a standing 450. The Jacksons with super kick to Chuck while he has Swann for a tombstone piledriver and then they hit super kicks on Swann. The Jacksons with an enzuigiri and buckle bomb combination. The Jacksons get the three count after a spike piledriver.


After the match, Johnny Gargano comes out and he says that Swann did a good job of stealing from him. He carried Ronin. They are a bunch of lackeys. You can’t have N’Sync without Justin Timberlake and Johnny says that he is Justin Timberlake. Swann attacks Gargano on the floor and the Bravados attack the Young Bucks. Chuck comes into the ring and shakes hands with the Jacksons

Kashdinero
01-12-2014, 07:44 AM
I wonder if WWE has given him a look. He's big and fast, and seems to have a bit of a following.

I know he was injured recently though.

I'm a huge mark for The One Man Nation. From the name to the look to the ring-style, he's got it all I terms of Indy wrestling. What he brings to the table will translate well to WWE one day.

Recently injured? I'm not too sure but he was out for about eleven months with a knee injury. I don't actually follow DGUSA on a show to show basis really, but I've been catching up. The last show I watched was Mercury Rising 2013 (shit crowd, one or two very nice matches, with an acceptable under card) and am currently watching 4th Anniversary which so far is a decent show, with AR Fox vs Trent Barretta being a great one on one contest. Trent's charisma on the Indies really shines through.

lonestarpunk
01-12-2014, 02:06 PM
JUST SIGNED: Tag Team Challenge Match
AR Fox & Ricochet vs. Anthony Nese & Trent Baretta with Su Yung



JUST SIGNED: FIP Showcase Match - Six Way Freestyle
Lince Dorado vs. Caleb Konley vs. Jay Rios vs. Eddie Cruz vs. Jonny Vandal vs. Maxwell Chicago

lonestarpunk
01-12-2014, 11:53 PM
Caleb Konley defeated Lince Dorado
Dorado had a good sequence of kicks that ended with both men going down after round kicks. Konley was able to escape the rollup and Konley got the victory with a rollup of his own

Dos Ben Dejos defeated Jonny Vandal and Maxwell Chicago

Rich Swann defeated Jon Davis
Davis hit a power bomb followed by a German suplex but Swann fired back with an enzugiri and a super kick. Davis kicked out of the Swann Dive. Swann hit a double jump Charm City Destroyer to get a surprise win.

Nick Jackson versus Lance Bravado went to a DQ into a brawl.
The Bucks fought back and hit stereo suicide dives onto the Bravados. Nick hit Harlem with a chair in the midsection. Harlem was able to give Nick a drop toe hold onto the chair. Then they dropped Matt’s throat on the stage. Nick hit a nice dive out of nowhere while Matt was skinning the cat on the railing. They set up 7 or 8 chairs on the floor and Harlem tried to send Nick onto the chairs with a Death Valley Driver, but Nick sent Harlem over the railing but Harlem held on until Nick super kicked Harlem onto the chairs. Lance hit a nice power bomb against the ropes from the floor followed by a clothesline. The Jacksons took care of Lance with a spike tombstone from the railing

Chris Hero defeated Chuck Taylor [i think. whoever is giving the results and review sucks]

AR Fox came out and told Hero that he has to give him a title shot. Fox says that he wants Hero to be fresh. He tells Hero he can have the match on February 23rd in Brooklyn. Trent Baretta comes out and he comments on how Hero gets another freebie. Trent calls Fox an idiot. Trent says that since he beat Fox, the title should be his. Baretta has officially joined Anthony Nese in the Premier Athlete Brand. I wonder if this means that Baretta is a heel in FIP as well. This leads into the Nese and Baretta versus Fox and Ricochet

Nese and Baretta defeated Fox and Ricochet
Nese hit a pump handle power bomb followed by a Dudebuster for a near fall that was broken up by Fox. Nese countered Lo Mein Pain with a nice uranage from the turnbuckles. Baretta hit a nice German Superplex followed by a flying knee and 450 splash by Nese for the victory


Chris Hero makes a challenge to Trent Baretta to meet in New Orleans


Johnny Gargano defeated Uhaa Nation
Gargano did a good job countering the press slam attempt into the Gargano Escape. Then when Uhaa wouldn’t tap, Gargano added the STF to the Gargano Escape to get the victory.

Johnny Gargano cut a promo at the end of the show. He joined in on the bandwagon of picking on a certain group of fans. Then he vows to beat them up if they confront him after the match and he dedicated it to a young fan in the crowd

[alright, more from the ending of the show]


The ending of the show with Ricochet trying to get his title match against the winner of the Gargano/Strong match was good. Gargano should be the one who dictates things because he is the champion.
Johnny was great signaling to someone in the back to help him when Rich Swann came out to help Ricochet. Then it turns out to be Jon Davis. Maybe Gargano forgot about what happened in Orlando. Jon explains that he was helping out Johnny in the past, but it is over. Since he has no one to help him, Gargano decides to do the right thing and sign the contract for Ricochet’s title match. Johnny tries to attack Ricochet with the pen and Swann hits Gargano with a super kick.

lonestarpunk
01-17-2014, 04:34 PM
Two title matches have been signed for Dragon Gate USA on February 23rd at The Lyceum in Brooklyn. The double main event will have:
Open The Freedom Gate Title Match
Johnny Gargano defends vs. Roderick Strong

EVOLVE Title Match
AR Fox defends vs. Chris Hero

lonestarpunk
01-22-2014, 02:34 PM
Fire Ant vs. Jigsaw in a grudge match has been signed for February 23rd in Brooklyn. This is a result of what happened at Freedom Fight 2013 at The Lyceum. This means that Brooklyn already features Johnny Gargano vs. Roderick Strong for the DGUSA Title and AR Fox vs. Chris Hero for the EVOLVE Title



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Awards



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Wrestler Of The Year

Winner: Johnny Gargano

1st Runner Up: AR Fox

2nd Runner Up: Ricochet



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Tag Team Of The Year

Winner: The Young Bucks

1st Runner Up: The Bravado Brothers

2nd Runner Up: CIMA & AR Fox



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Show Of The Year

Winner: DGUSA Open The Ultimate Gate

1st Runner Up: DGUSA Freedom Fight

2nd Runner Up: EVOLVE 24
( The card featured Johnny Gargano vs. Shingo in the controversial classic for the DGUSA Title, CIMA & AR Fox vs. The Young Bucks for the DGUSA Tag Titles and other stellar bouts including Ricochet vs. Akira Tozawa, The Super Smash Brothers vs. EITA & Tomahawk T.T. and an amazing Six Way Freestyle. It should be noted that EVOLVE 22 just missed making the top three as the runner up race was very close.)



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Match Of The Year

Winner: Johnny Gargano vs. Shingo from DGUSA Open The Ultimate Gate

1st Runner Up: Drew Gulak vs. Biff Busick from EVOLVE 24

2nd Runner Up: AR Fox vs. Ricochet from EVOLVE 24



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Feud Of The Year

Winner: AR Fox vs. Ricochet

1st Runner Up: Johnny Gargano vs. Rich Swann

2nd Runner Up: The Young Bucks vs. AR Fox



2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Newcomer Of The Year

Winner: Trent Baretta

1st Runner Up: The Bravado Brothers

2nd Runner Up: Tomahawk T.T.




2013 DGUSA/EVOLVE Story Of The Year

Winner: Johnny Gargano holds DGUSA Title for 2nd year

1st Runner Up: Gargano's antics during and after Shingo match

2nd Runner Up: AR Fox becomes 1st EVOLVE Champion/unique title matches

lonestarpunk
01-29-2014, 02:23 PM
- Johnny Gargano vs. CIMA for the Open The Freedom Gate Title has been signed for Dragon Gate USA on February 22nd in Queens, NY. This pits the man who has held the DGUSA Title for over two years against the Dragon Gate Icon. The storied history between these two started at the First Anniversary Show in 2010. They have waged war and battled for respect. Now they will finally collide for the Open The Freedom Gate Title on February 22nd

-Roderick Strong will then challenge the winner of Johnny Gargano vs. CIMA on February 23rd in Brooklyn, NY

-We are pleased to announce now that Ryo Saito will come from Dragon Gate to compete on both cards. This is Saito's first appearances in Queens and Brooklyn.



Here's the latest on how both DGUSA cards in NYC are shaping up:




Dragon Gate USA presents
REVOLT! 2014
Saturday, February 22nd
Belltime - 8PM EST
Queensboro Elk's Lodge
8220 Queens Blvd.
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Open The Freedom Gate Title
Johnny Gargano defends vs. CIMA


Dragon Gate USA presents
Way of the Ronin 2014
Sunday, February 23rd
Belltime - 7PM EST
Brooklyn Lyceum
227 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Open The Freedom Gate Title Match
Johnny Gargano/CIMA Winner On 2/22 defends vs. Roderick Strong
EVOLVE Title Match
AR Fox defends vs. Chris Hero
Grudge Match
Fire Ant vs. Jigsaw

lonestarpunk
02-06-2014, 04:11 PM
EVOLVE Champion and the 1st Style Battle Tournament winner AR Fox vs. 2013 Style Battle winner Drew Gulak has been signed for February 22nd in Queens. This is non-title. We are pulling the trigger on this marquee match early to give Queens another huge bout.


Biff Busick also impressed greatly in the 2013 Style Battle tournament. It will be Busick vs. Anthony Nese of The Premier Athlete Brand on February 22nd in Queens, NY.


Many called Rich Swann vs. Trent Baretta at DGUSA Freedom Fight 2013 the best match of the last DGUSA weekend. Now Queens will get the rematch.

SHINE Champion Ivelisse vs. Su Yung in a non-title match has been signed for February 22nd to give the card some great women's wrestling

The loser of the CIMA vs. Johnny Gargano match on Queens will face a member of The Premier Athlete Brand on February 23rd in Brooklyn

FTW will present a special card at 6:30 before the DGUSA card. FTW will feature Justin Credible!

We are working out the next Open The United Gate Title Match with Champions The Bravado Brothers. We'll have news in the next WWNLive

lonestarpunk
02-23-2014, 05:04 PM
DGUSA Revolt Results 2-22

Tim Donst defeated Chris Dickenson with a twisting neckbreaker. Good debut for both guys

Ivelisse defeated Su Yung with the code red

Caleb Konley defeated Yosuke Santa Maria with a version of a boston crab

Chuck Taylor and Orange Cassidy defeated DGUSA Tag champions The Bravado Brothers by DQ when Moose interfered

Rich Swann defeated Tony Nese with a twisty spinny senton

Mr A defeated Shane Strickland and Fire Ant in an elimination match. Mr. A came back with the black hole slam and a splash for the pin

EVOLVE champ AR Fox defeated Drew Gulak with lo mein pain to retain the EVOLVE title

Johnny Gargano defeated Trent Baretta via submission to retain DGUSA Open the Freedom Gate title


Here is the final card for tonight's DGUSA iPPV event:
* Open The Freedom Gate Title Match: Johnny Gargano vs. Roderick Strong
* EVOLVE Title Match: AR Fox vs. Chris Hero
* Open The United Gate Title Match: The Bravado Brothers vs. Chuck Taylor & Drew Gulak
* Fire Ant vs. Jigsaw
* Rich Swann & Shane Strickland vs. Anthony Nese & Trent Baretta
* Caleb Konley vs. Tim Donst
* New Talent Initiative: Yosuke Santa Maria vs. Debuting International Talent
* New Talent Initiative: Singles Action With Two New Debuts

lonestarpunk
02-23-2014, 09:47 PM
DGUSA attendance estimate:"High estimate of 250. 100 people sitting,rest standing. Small place.

that kinda sucks for the show.

im following the show on twitter, or at least trying. not much results are given. hopefully a site will have em up soon. guess everybody is watch EC.

lonestarpunk
02-23-2014, 10:13 PM
Chris Hero defeats Ar Fox and is the New Evolve Champion.

lonestarpunk
02-24-2014, 01:22 PM
Dragon Gate USA Way of the Ronin 2014

1. Caleb Konley defeated Tim Donst

2. Blake Edward defeated Jay Freddie

3. Yosuke Santa Maria defeated Ethan Page

4. Jigsaw defeated Fire Ant

5. Trent Barreta & Tony Nese defeated Shane Strickland & Rich Swann

6. The Bravado Brothers defeated Drew Gulak and Chuckie T to retain the Open The United Gate Championship.

7. Chris Hero defeated AR Fox to win the EVOLVE Championship

8. Johnny Gargano defeated Roderick Strong to retain the Open The Freedom Gate Championship