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Ōdō Tournament (王道トーナメント Ōdō Tōnamento?, "Royal Road Tournament") is a tournament held annually by All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) since 2013. The single-elimination tournament is a spiritual successor to the Open Championship tournament, which was held in 1975.[1] Typically, the winner of the tournament earns a future match for the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship.

HistoryEdit

On July 30, 2013, All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) announced a new single-elimination tournament, set to take place the following September.[1] Masanobu Fuchi, advisor to the AJPW board of directors, announced that the tournament was open to both Japanese and foreign wrestlers regardless of their weight divisions.[1] This sets it apart from AJPW's top tournament, the Champion Carnival, which is generally exclusive to heavyweight wrestlers. Since its inception, the tournament has been subtitled "Open Championship", which was a similar openweight tournament held by AJPW in 1975.[1][2] In the spirit of keeping the new tournament different from the Champion Carnival, the elimination format was set for use (the 1975 tournament was round-robin, as opposed to the Carnival which at the time was by elimination). Fuchi hailed Ōdō Tournament as the start of AJPW's rebirth,[1] coming in the heels of a mass exodus of wrestlers that led to the formation of the Wrestle-1 promotion.[3] The winner of the tournament, if not already the reigning champion, will become the number one contender to the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship.[1] On September 23, Suwama became the only wrestler to win the tournament twice in 2016 and 2017.

List of winnersEdit

Year Winner Total
won
Ref.
2013 Akebono 1 [4]
2014 Go Shiozaki 1 [5]
2015 Jun Akiyama 1 [6]
2016 Suwama 1 [7]
2017 Suwama 2 [8]

2013Edit

The 2013 Ōdō Tournament took place between September 11 and 23 and featured sixteen wrestlers. The participants and brackets were revealed on August 11. Included were the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion Suwama and four outside wrestlers; Mexican Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) representative Dark Cuervo, American freelancers D'Lo Brown and Low Ki and Austrian freelancer Bambi Killer.[9] As part of the openweight nature of the tournament, Atsushi Aoki, Kotaro Suzuki and World Junior Heavyweight Champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru from AJPW's junior heavyweight division also entered the tournament.[9][10] The tournament marked the first tour under an AJPW contract for longtime freelancer Akebono, who signed his contract on September 1.[11] On September 15, Suwama, the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion, was eliminated from the tournament in the second round by his former Last Revolution tag team partner Joe Doering.[12] After being eliminated from the tournament on September 16 by Akebono, Low Ki was sidelined for the rest of his AJPW tour with an abdominal injury.[13][14] The injury eventually led to Low Ki announcing his retirement from professional wrestling on October 14 due to AJPW supposedly not honoring their contractual obligation of medical care.[15] He, however, returned to the ring the following summer.[16] On September 23, Akebono defeated Go Shiozaki in the finals of the tournament to become the first Ōdō Tournament winner.[4][17] Following the win, Akebono went on to defeat Suwama on October 27 to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship for the first time.[18][19]

  First round
(September 11, 14)
Second round
(September 15, 16, 17)
Semifinals
(September 19, 21)
Finals
(September 23)
                             
 Akebono Pin  
 Jun Akiyama 11:45[20]  
   Akebono Pin  
 
   Low Ki 07:03[21]  
 Low Ki Pin
 Dark Cuervo 08:27[20]  
   Akebono Pin  
   Bambi Killer 06:13[22]  
 Bambi Killer Pin  
 KENSO 13:24[23]  
   Bambi Killer Pin
 
   Takao Omori 13:12[24]  
 Takao Omori Pin
 Atsushi Aoki 09:59[23]  
   Akebono Pin
   Go Shiozaki 17:40[4]
 Go Shiozaki Pin  
 Kotaro Suzuki 18:36[20]  
   Go Shiozaki Pin
 
   Yoshinobu Kanemaru 14:32[25]  
 Yoshinobu Kanemaru Pin
 D'Lo Brown 07:26[23]  
   Go Shiozaki Pin
   Joe Doering 15:03[26]  
 Joe Doering Pin  
 SUSHI 03:47[20]  
   Joe Doering Pin
 
   Suwama 12:18[25]  
 Suwama Pin
 Kento Miyahara 19:45[23]  


2014Edit

The 2014 Ōdō Tournament took place between September 15 and 28 and featured sixteen wrestlers. The participants and brackets were revealed on August 17. Included were the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion Joe Doering, the defending Ōdō Tournament winner Akebono and one qualifying match, set for August 30 between SUSHI and Yohei Nakajima.[2] Joe Doering, the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion, was eliminated from the tournament in his first round match on September 15 by Go Shiozaki, while veteran wrestler and AJPW's new president Jun Akiyama, for the second year in a row, was also eliminated in his first round match by Kento Miyahara.[27][28][29][30] Akebono, the defending Ōdō Tournament winner, was eliminated from the tournament in the semifinals on September 22 by Suwama.[31][32] On September 28, Shiozaki defeated Suwama in the finals to win the second Ōdō Tournament.[5][33][34] Shiozaki received his shot at the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship on October 29, but was defeated by Doering.[35][36]
  First round
(September 15, 18)
Second round
(September 20, 21)
Semifinals
(September 22)
Finals
(September 28)
                             
 Jun Akiyama Pin  
 Kento Miyahara 15:39[27]  
   Kento Miyahara Pin  
 
   Yoshinobu Kanemaru 12:20[37]  
 Yoshinobu Kanemaru Pin
 Hikaru Sato 14:00[38]  
   Kento Miyahara Pin  
   Go Shiozaki 17:08[31]  
 SUSHI Pin  
 Zeus 10:06[38]  
   Zeus Pin
 
   Go Shiozaki 19:23[37]  
 Go Shiozaki Pin
 Joe Doering 19:48[27]  
   Go Shiozaki Pin
   Suwama 29:55[5]
 Suwama Sub  
 Atsushi Aoki 15:57[27]  
   Suwama Pin
 
   Takao Omori 20:26[39]  
 The Bodyguard Pin
 Takao Omori 14:01[38]  
   Suwama Sub
   Akebono 08:24[31]  
 Kotaro Suzuki Pin  
 KENSO 09:24[27]  
   Kotaro Suzuki Pin
 
   Akebono 10:49[39]  
 Yutaka Yoshie Pin
 Akebono 07:26[38]  


2015Edit

The 2015 Ōdō Tournament took place between September 10 and 26 and featured sixteen wrestlers. The participants were revealed on August 24. Included were the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion and 2013 Ōdō Tournament winner Akebono, reigning World Tag Team Champion and 2014 Ōdō Tournament winner Go Shiozaki, his championship partner Kento Miyahara and debuting outsiders Shuji Ishikawa and Yuji Hino.[40][41] Tournaent brackets were revealed on August 29.[42][43] Jun Akiyama, the president of AJPW, won the tournament, defeating Akebono in the finals on September 26.[6][44] Akiyama went on defeating Akebono in a rematch on November 1 to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship.

  First round
(September 10, 12, 13, 14)
Second round
(September 16, 19, 20, 24)
Semifinals
(September 26)
Finals
(September 26)
                             
 Akebono Pin  
 The Bodyguard 09:33[45]  
   Akebono DQ  
 
   Suwama 16:39[46]  
 Hikaru Sato Pin
 Suwama 14:29[47]  
   Akebono Pin  
   Shuji Ishikawa 06:42[6]  
 Kento Miyahara Pin  
 Yutaka Yoshie 15:00[48]  
   Kento Miyahara Pin
 
   Shuji Ishikawa 15:03[49]  
 Takao Omori Pin
 Shuji Ishikawa 13:31[50]  
   Akebono Pin
   Jun Akiyama 08:46[6]
 Yuji Hino Pin  
 Zeus 11:26[50]  
   Yuji Hino Pin
 
   Yoshinobu Kanemaru 11:39[51]  
 Yoshinobu Kanemaru Pin
 KENSO 14:19[47]  
   Yuji Hino Pin
   Jun Akiyama 12:42[6]  
 Atsushi Aoki Pin  
 Kotaro Suzuki 16:08[45]  
   Atsushi Aoki Pin
 
   Jun Akiyama 17:20[52]  
 Jun Akiyama Pin
 Go Shiozaki 08:20[50]  


2016Edit

The 2016 Ōdō Tournament took place between September 4 and 19.[53] The participants were revealed on August 6. Included were the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion Kento Miyahara, the 2015 Ōdō Tournament winner Jun Akiyama, reigning World Junior Heavyweight and All Asia Tag Team Champion Hikaru Sato and four debuting outsiders; Kendo Kashin, Mitsuya Nagai, Ryoji Sai and Taishi Takizawa.[54][55] On September 19, Suwama defeated Zeus in the finals to win the tournament.[56][57][58] Suwama received his shot at the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship on November 27 unsucessfully challenging Miyahara. Suwama became the first wrestler to not defeat the Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion in his championship match.

  First round
(September 4)
Second round
(September 17)
Semifinals
(September 19)
Finals
(September 19)
                             
 Zeus Pin  
 The Bodyguard 09:49[59]  
   Zeus Pin  
 
   Ryoji Sai 18:51[60]  
 Jake Lee Pin
 Ryoji Sai 08:22[59]  
   Zeus Pin  
   Jun Akiyama 10:33[7]  
 Hikaru Sato Sub  
 Mitsuya Nagai 11:57[59]  
   Mitsuya Nagai Pin
 
   Jun Akiyama 13:07[60]  
 Jun Akiyama Pin
 Takao Omori 13:45[59]  
   Zeus Pin
   Suwama 25:36[7]
 Yuma Aoyagi Sub  
 Kendo Kashin 06:38[59]  
   Kendo Kashin Pin
 
   Atsushi Aoki 09:59[60]  
 Atsushi Aoki Pin
 Yutaka Yoshie 08:51[59]  
   Kendo Kashin Sub
   Suwama 08:10[7]  
 Naoya Nomura Pin  
 Taishi Takizawa 10:50[59]  
   Taishi Takizawa Pin
 
   Suwama 14:06[60]  
 Kento Miyahara Pin
 Suwama 18:56[59]  


2017Edit

The 2017 Ōdō Tournament is scheduled to take place between September 12 and 23.[61] The participants were revealed on July 17. Included were the reigning Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion Shuji Ishikawa, the 2016 Ōdō Tournament winner Suwama, reigning World Junior Heavyweight and All Asia Tag Team Champion Hikaru Sato and three debuting outsiders; freelancers KAI and Tajiri, from New Japan Pro Wrestling Yoshitatsu. Jake Lee was scheduled to take part in the tournament, but was forced to pull out after suffering a knee injury.[62] He was replaced by Kotaro Suzuki.[63] On September 23, Suwama defeated Zeus in the finals to win the tournament. Following the win Suwama became the only wrestler to win the tournament twice. Suwama went on to defeat Kento Miyahara on October 9 to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship for the sixth time.

  First round
(September 12, 16)
Second round
(September 18, 19)
Semifinals
(September 23)
Finals
(September 23)
                             
 Ryoji Sai Pin  
 Zeus 19:24[64]  
   Zeus Pin  
 
   Shuji Ishikawa 20:13[65]  
 Shuji Ishikawa Pin
 The Bodyguard 06:51[64]  
   Shuji Ishikawa Pin  
   Kento Miyahara 13:41[8]  
 Kento Miyahara Pin  
 KAI 19:22[64]  
   Kento Miyahara Pin
 
   Yoshitatsu 19:13[65]  
 Tajiri Pin
 Yoshitatsu 09:28[64]  
   Shuji Ishikawa Pin
   Suwama 16:54[8]
 Suwama Pin  
 Naoya Nomura 13:33[66]  
   Suwama Pin
 
   Koji Iwamoto 13:05[67]  
 Koji Iwamoto Pin
 Yuma Aoyagi 10:52[66]  
   Suwama Sub
   Joe Doering 07:43[8]  
 Kotaro Suzuki Pin  
 Atsushi Aoki 20:48[66]  
   Atsushi Aoki Pin
 
   Joe Doering 13:51[67]  
 Hikaru Sato Pin
 Joe Doering 04:14[66]  


GalleryEdit

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