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The following are all tournaments held by Dragon Gate.

El Numero Uno 2004Edit

The fourth and final El Numero Uno took place over the course of 25 days from March 6-April 25, 2004. This year was similar to the previous year in having eighteen initial participants and a three-round tournament format. The biggest difference was that there would be one winner of the Dragon Scramble and would not only earn entry into the tournament, but would also advance automatically into the semifinals.

An addition to the year was the determination of the weakest participant of the entire league. If two had the same low score and none were victorious in the Dragon Scramble, they would compete in a match where the loser would be considered the weakest wrestler of the year as opposed to the winner of the whole tournament considered the strongest.

This year was heavily marred by injuries that took place as league matches were going on. As a result, the time-frame was extended in the hopes the participants could recover. When it was determined that they would not be healed in time, changes were made in order for the tournament to proceed.

Block A CIMA

Mochizuki

Sugawara

Horiguchi

Kondo

Mori

Pts.
CIMA O X O O O 8
Masaaki Mochizuki X O X O O 6
Takuya Sugawara* O X O X O 6
Genki Horiguchi X O X O O 6
Shuji Kondo X X O X O 4
Anthony W. Mori X X X X X 0

* = Was Henry III Sugawara until after March 26, when he turned on Anthony W. Mori and joined Aagan Iisou under his real name.

Block B Saito/
Tanizaki
SUWA

Kid

Doi

Milano

YASSHI

Pts.
Ryo Saito/
Naoki Tanizaki
*
N/A X O ± O 4
SUWA N/A O X O O 6
Dragon Kid O X O ± O 6
Second Doi X O X X O 4
Milano Collection AT ± X ± O ± 2
"brother" YASSHI X X X X ± 0

* = Ryo Saito was injured following his match on April 2. When it was determined that he would not recover in time to resume his participation, Naoki Tanizaki was chosen to fill in for him beginning April 18. Furthermore, SUWA was injured following his match on April 3. His remaining match was to have been against Saito. With both injured, it was decided their match would be canceled. This left Tanizaki, taking over for Saito, and Doi for second position, as SUWA could not compete further, resulting in a decision match.

Block B Decision Match: Naoki Tanizaki defeated Second Doi (April 24 - 9:13)

Block C

Owashi

Yokosuka

'YOSSINO

Arai

TARU'

Fujii

Pts.
Toru Owashi O O O O O 10
Susumu Yokosuka X O O O O 8
YOSSINO X X ± O O 4
Keni'chiro Arai X X ± O O 4
TARU X X X O X 2
Don Fujii X X X X X 0

Dragon Scramble: Shuji Kondo defeated Anthony W. Mori, Don Fujii, Genki Horiguchi, Keni'chiro Arai, Milano Collection AT, Second Doi, TARU, Takuya Sugawara, YOSSINO, and "brother" YASSHI (April 25 - 15:20)

Maximum Weakest determination Match: Don Fujii defeated "brother" YASSHI (April 25 - 9:40)

  First Round Semifinals Finals
                           
     Masaaki Mochizuki 10:10  
   Naoki Tanizaki    
     Masaaki Mochizuki    
     Dragon Kid 10:30  
   Susumu Yokosuka  
     Dragon Kid 19:33  
       Dragon Kid  
     Shuji Kondo 17:00
     CIMA    
   Toru Owashi 13:17  
     CIMA  
     Shuji Kondo 9:02  
     
     Shuji Kondo Bye  

Rey De Parejas 2004Edit

The second and final Rey De Parejas took place over the course of 20 days from October 3-November 8, 2004. This year featured three teams single block format and was contested for the inagural Open The Triangle Gate Championship wich was created following the Toryumon split to replace the UWA World Trios Championship. Touru Owashi was originally in the tournament but Shuji Kondo repalced him. During the tournament Magnum was replaced by Ryo Saito. Final M2K (K-ness, Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka), Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) and Italian Connection (Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO) were tied with 6 points and it was done a three way elimination match and the winners would face Aagan Iisou (Shuji Kondo, Takuya Sugawara and "brother" YASSHI) in the finals. Italian Connection defeated Do FIXER and Final M2K to face Aagan Iisou at the finals.

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Shuji Kondo, Takuya Sugawara and "brother" YASSHI
(Aagan Iisou)
10
Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO
(Italian Connection)
6
K-ness, Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka
(Final M2K)
6
Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Magnum Tokyo/Ryo Saito
(Do FIXER)
6
CIMA, Shingo Takagi and TARU
(Crazy MAX)
4
Don Fujii, Second Doi and Naoki Tanizaki
(Iron Perms)
4
Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima and Johnson Florida
(Florida Express)
4
Results Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
CIMA
Takagi
TARU
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum/Saito
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
X CIMA
Takagi
TARU
(18:21)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(13:14)
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
(22:07)
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(22:25)
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(16:10)
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(10:37)
CIMA
Takagi
TARU
CIMA
Takagi
TARU
(18:21)
X Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(12:46)
Note 2[1] Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum
(15:05)
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
(15:49)
CIMA
Takagi
TARU
(10:54)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(13:14)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(12:46)
X Double
Countout
(5:28)[2]
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(16:09)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(14:19)
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
(6:20)
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
(22:07)
Note 2[3] Double
Countout
(5:28)[4]
X Kid
Horiguchi
Saito
(22:02)
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
(14:45)
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
(11:59)
Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum/Saito
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(22:25)
Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum
(15:05)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(16:09)
Kid
Horiguchi
Saito
(22:02)
X Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum
(17:47)
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
(12:13)
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(16:10)
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
(15:49)
Kondo
Sugawara
YASSHI
(14:19)
Fujii
Doi
Tanizaki
(14:45)
Kid
Horiguchi
Magnum
(17:47)
X Double
DQ
(12:34)[5]
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
Milano
Mori
YOSSINO
(10:37)
CIMA
Takagi
TARU
(10:54)
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
(6:20)
K-ness
Mochizuki
Yokosuka
(11:59)
Iwasa
Mishima
Florida
(12:13)
Double
DQ
(12:34)[6]
X
        Semifinal     Final
                           


         Aagan Iisou (Shuji Kondo, Takuya Sugawara and "brother" YASSHI) Pin
       Italian Connection (Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO) Pin        Italian Connection (Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO) 17:26
       Final M2K (K-ness, Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka) and Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) 29:38  
 
 

1. ^ Originally the match ended in a no contest the match was restarted and ended in a double countout.

2. ^ The match didn't happen.

One Night Ten Man Tag TournamentEdit

The One Night Ten Man Tag Tournament was a 10 man single-elimination tournament to determine the strongest 10 man tag team in that night.

  First Round Semifinals Final
                           
     Italian Connection
(Anthony W. Mori, Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO) and Florida Brothers (Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa)
DQ  
   Do FIXER
(Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi, Magnum Tokyo and Ryo Saito) and SAITO
10:47  
   Italian Connection
(Anthony W. Mori, Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO) and Florida Brothers (Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa)
Pin  
     Waku Waku Fuji Land
(CIMA, Don Fujii, Shingo Takagi, Stalker Ichikawa and Super Shisa)
14:55  
 
     
     Italian Connection
(Anthony W. Mori, Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO) and Florida Brothers (Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa)
18:07
   Final M2K
(K-ness, Kenichiro Arai, Masaaki Mochizuki, Second Doi and Susumu Yokosuka)
Pin
          
        
 Final M2K
(K-ness, Kenichiro Arai, Masaaki Mochizuki, Second Doi and Susumu Yokosuka)
Pin
     Aagan Iisou
(Shogo Takagi, Shuji Kondo, Takuya Sugawara, Toru Owashi and "brother" YASSHI)
13:46  
 
 


Open The Brave Gate Championship TournamentEdit

On March 13 2005 Dragon Gate held a single-elimination tournament in the Dragon Gate The Brave Gate Tour 2005; which involved seven wrestlers from Dragon Gate and one from Kaientai Dojo. The seven wrestlers from Dragon Gate were Daniel Mishima, Genki Horiguchi, K-ness, Naoki Tanizaki, Naruki Doi, Super Shisa and YOSSINO and from Kaientai Dojo was PSYCHO. The winner was Naruki Doi and he became the inaugural Open The Brave Gate Champion.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   YOSSINO Pin  
 K-ness 14:30  
   YOSSINO Pin  
   PSYCHO 8:29  
 PSYCHO Pin
   Naoki Tanizaki 3:17  
     YOSSINO 21:01
   Naruki Doi Pin
   Naruki Doi Pin1  
 Super Shisa 2:13  
   Naruki Doi RS
   Daniel Mishima 8:13  
 Daniel Mishima Pin
   Genki Horiguchi 9:26  

1The match ended in a no contest at 6:48 minutes, and then it was restarted.

King of Gate 2005Edit

The first King of Gate tournament took place over the course of five days from December 23-25, 2005. Virtually every member of the Dragon Gate roster participated, so a select few were given byes into the second round.

  First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                               
 Dragon Kid Pin  
 Daniel Mishima 8:49  
   Dragon Kid Pin  
   Naruki Doi 9:56  
 Naruki Doi Pin
 Johnson Florida 6:48  
   Dragon Kid Pin  
   Susumu Yokosuka 22:00  
 K-ness Pin  
 Susumu Yokosuka 25:20  
   Susumu Yokosuka Pin
   Don Fujii 20:11  
 Don Fujii Bye
 - -  
   Sususmu Yokosuka Pin  
   CIMA 14:45  
 Magnitude Kishiwada Pin  
 Anthony W. Mori 8:11  
   Anthony W. Mori Forf
   Kenichiro Arai  
 Kenichiro Arai Bye
 - -  
   Kenichiro Arai Sub
   CIMA 10:56  
 CIMA Sub  
 Naoki Tanizaki 13:02  
   CIMA Sub
   Michael Iwasa 8:02  
 Michael Iwasa Bye
 - -  
 Susumu Yokosuka Pin
 Ryo Saito 30:00
 Shingo Takagi Pin  
 Masato Yoshino 16:21  
   Shingo Takagi Pin  
   Super Shisa 6:14  
 Super Shisa Bye
 - -  
   Shingo Takagi Pin  
   BxB Hulk 12:30  
 Stalker Ichikawa NC  
 Shachihoko Machine 2:34  
   - -
   BxB Hulk Bye  
 BxB Hulk Bye
 - -  
   Shingo Takagi Pin
   Ryo Saito 9:36  
 Masaaki Mochizuki Pin  
 Magnum Tokyo 16:56  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
   Katsuo 3:53  
 Katsuo Bye
 - -  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
   Ryo Saito 19:30  
 Genki Horiguchi Pin  
 Tozawa 4:31  
   Genki Horiguchi Pin
   Ryo Saito 1:10  
 Jackson Florida Sub
 Ryo Saito 7:34  

Open The Brave Gate Championship LeagueEdit

Through out February 18 to March 19 2006, Dragon Gate held a Round-Robin tournament, with all matches with a 20 minutes time limit, to determine the Open The Brave Gate Champion after the title being vacated after Dragon Kid second defense ending in a No Contest.

Final standings
Dragon Kid 6
Masato Yoshino 6
Naoki Tanizaki 6
Naruki Doi 5
Super Shisa 5
Tozawa 2
  Doi Kid Shisa Tanizaki Tozawa Yoshino
Doi X Kid (11:10) Doi (7:14) Doi (6:37) Tozawa (6:58) Draw (20:00)
Kid Kid (11:10) X Shisa (7:49) Tanizaki (8:34) Kid (6:30) Kid (10:05)
Shisa Doi (7:14) Shisa (7:49) X Tanizaki (5:02) Shisa (5:39) Draw (8:16)
Tanizaki Doi (6:37) Tanizaki (8:34) Tanizaki (5:02) X Tanizaki (7:13) Yoshino (6:33)
Tozawa Tozawa (6:58) Kid (6:30) Shisa (5:39) Tanizaki (7:13) X Yoshino (0:48)
Yoshino Draw (20:00) Kid (10:05) Draw (8:16) Yoshino (6:33) Yoshino (0:48) X
Finals
   
1 Masato Yoshino Pin
2
3
Dragon Kid
Naoki Tanizaki
10:51

I-J Heavyweight Tag Team Championship TournamentEdit

Before the Open The Twin Gate Championship, the primary tag team championship was the I-J Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. On August 6, 2006 in the Gate Of Adventure - Day 4, Dragon Gate held a one night 8-man single elimination tournament to crown their first I-J Heavyweight Tag Team Champions. Don Fujii replaced Magnum TOKYO in the finals for an unknown reason.

  First Round Semifinals Finals
                           
     Do FIXER (Dragon Kid and Ryo Saito) Pin  
   Tozawa-juku (Takayuki Mori and Taku Iwasa) 6:27  
     Do FIXER (Dragon Kid and Ryo Saito) 7:36  
     Muscle Outlaw'z (Gamma and Dr. Muscle) Pin  
   Muscle Outlaw'z (Gamma and Dr. Muscle) Pin
     Final M2K (Kenichiro Arai and Susumu Yokosuka) 17:50  
       Muscle Outlaw'z (Gamma and Masato Yoshino) 14:28
     Renaissance (Don Fujii and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin
     CIMA and BxB Hulk Pin  
   King Shisa and Super Shisa 11:42  
     CIMA and BxB Hulk 14:28
     Renaissance (Magnum TOKYO and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin  
   Renaissance (Magnum TOKYO and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin
     Don Fujii and Yasushi Kanda 10:34  

Open The Triangle Gate Championship LeagueEdit

Trough out August 11 to August 20 in the Gate Of Adventure 2006 - Days 5 to 12, Dragon Gate held a Round-Robin tournament to decide the new Open The Triangle Gate Champions after the titles being vacated due to CIMA, Yoshino and Kishiwada losing a title defense to Muscle Outlaw'z Naruki Doi, Gamma and Naoki Tanizaki by disqualification on the Aggressive Gate tour and also for Yoshino and Kishiwada defected to Muscle Outlaw'z before the match.

Final standings
CIMA and Jack Evans and BxB Hulk 8
Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) 6
Renaissance (Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii and Yasushi Kanda) 6
Final M2K (Kenichiro Arai, Susumu Yokosuka and Yamato Onodera) 4
Muscle Outlaw'z (Gamma, Magnitude Kishiwada and Masato Yoshino) 4
Super Shisa, Shisa BOY and King Shisa 2
  CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk
Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda
Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino
Kenichiro AraiSusumu Yokosuka

Yamato Onodera

Super Shisa
Shisa BOY
King Shisa
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk
X CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (15:08)
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda

(13:14)

CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk

(15:11)

CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (15:08)
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (11:48)
Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (15:08)
X Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito (15:53)
Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito

(forfeit)

Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito

(16:26)

Super Shisa
Shisa BOY
King Shisa (14:03)
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda

(13:14)

Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito (15:53)
X Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino (19:35)
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda

(20:22)

Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda

(11:53)

Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk

(15:11)

Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito

(forfeit)

Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino (19:35)
X Kenichiro Arai
Susumu Yokosuka
Yamato Onodera
(forfeit)
Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino
(4:56)
Kenichiro Arai
Susumu Yokosuka
Yamato Onodera
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (15:08)
Dragon Kid
Genki Horiguchi
Ryo Saito (16:26)
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda (20:22)
Kenichiro Arai
Susumu Yokosuka
Yamato Onodera
(forfeit)
X Kenichiro Arai
Susumu Yokosuka
Yamato Onodera
(14:17)
Super Shisa
Shisa BOY
King Shisa
CIMA
Jack Evans
BxB Hulk (11:48)
Super Shisa
Shisa BOY
King Shisa (14:03)
Masaaki Mochizuki
Don Fujii
Yasushi Kanda

(11:53)

Gamma
Magnitude Kishiwada
Masato Yoshino

(4:56)

Kenichiro Arai
Susumu Yokosuka
Yamato Onodera
(14:17)
X
        Decision Match     Final
                           


      1  Blood Generation (CIMA and Jack Evans) and BxB Hulk Pin
    2  Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) Pin     2  Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) 26:41
    3  Renaissance (Don Fujii, Masaaki Mochizuki and Yasushi Kanda) 18:02  
 
 

NEX-1 Tournament 2007Edit

Through January 13 to 14, on the Primal Gate 2007- Day 1 and 2, Dragon Gate NEX held their first tournament, to decide who was the top wrestler on Dragon Gate NEX and the winner whould get a long excursion to the United States.


  First Round
January 13
Quarterfinals
January 13 - 14
Semifinals
January 14
Final
January 14
                                     
 Cyber Kong Pin  
 Kouji Shishido 7:36  
     Cyber Kong Pin  
     Tozawa 3:18  
      
        
   Cyber Kong Pin  
   Lupin Matsutani 2:14  
        
        
   Lupin Matsutani Pin
     Shisa BOY 2:20  
      
        
   Cyber Kong 8:22
   Yamato Onodera Pin
        
        
   Katsuo Pin
     mc.K.Z. 8:33  
      
        
   Katsuo 4:52
   Yamato Onodera Pin  
        
        
   Yamato Onodera Pin
     APE Kimata 7:24  
      

Open The Dream Gate Championship #1 Contendership TournamentEdit

On July 10, on the Rainbow Gate 2007 - Day 1, Dragon Gate a tournament, to decide who was going to be the #1 Contender for the Open The Dream Gate Championship.

  Semifinals     Decision Match     Final
                           
   BxB Hulk Pin  
   Ryo Saito 8:01          Taku Iwasa Pin
         Ryo Saito 3:09      Magnitude Kishiwada 10:57
         Taku Iwasa Pin  
   Magnitude Kishiwada Pin    
   Taku Iwasa 6:48  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2007Edit

The 2007 Summer Adventure League featured ten teams, and was held from 5 August to 26 August. The top four ranked teams from the round robin round qualified for the single-elimination semi-finals. The two winners of the semi-finals met in the final to decide the winner.[1][2]

Round robin round
Results Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
CIMA
Kid
Mochizuki
Kanda
K-ness
Fujii
Lupin
m.c.KZ
Gamma
Horiguchi
S. Shisa
S. BOY
Points
Doi
Yoshino
X Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
CIMA
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
Gamma
Horiguchi
Doi
Yoshino
14
Takagi
Kong
Doi
Yoshino
X Takagi
Kong
Saito
Yokosuka
Takagi
Kong
Takagi
Kong
Takagi
Kong
Takagi
Kong
Takagi
Kong
Takagi
Kong
14
Iwasa
Arai
Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
X Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
14
Saito
Yokosuka
Doi
Yoshino
Saito
Yokosuka
Iwasa
Arai
X Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
14
CIMA
Kid
CIMA
Kid
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
X Mochizuki
Kanda
CIMA
Kid
CIMA
Kid
CIMA
Kid
CIMA
Kid
10
Mochizuki
Kanda
Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
Mochizuki
Kanda
X Mochizuki
Kanda
Mochizuki
Kanda
Mochizuki
Kanda
Mochizuki
Kanda
10
K-ness
Fujii
Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
CIMA
Kid
Mochizuki
Kanda
X K-ness
Fujii
K-ness
Fujii
K-ness
Fujii
6
Lupin
m.c.KZ
Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
CIMA
Kid
Mochizuki
Kanda
K-ness
Fujii
X Lupin
m.c.KZ
Lupin
m.c.KZ
4
Gamma
Horiguchi
Gamma
Horiguchi
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
CIMA
Kid
Mochizuki
Kanda
K-ness
Fujii
Lupin
m.c.KZ
X S. Shisa
S. BOY
2
S. Shisa
S. BOY
Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
Saito
Yokosuka
CIMA
Kid
Mochizuki
Kanda
K-ness
Fujii
Lupin
m.c.KZ
S. Shisa
S. BOY
X 2

Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
1 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino Sub
3 Taku Iwasa and Kenichiro Arai 13:24
1 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino Pin
2 Shingo Takagi and Cyber Kong 23:52
2 Shingo Takagi and Cyber Kong Pin
4 Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka 16:42

King of Gate 2007Edit

The third King of Gate Tournament took place over the course of seven days from December 1-9, 2007. The previous year's winner, Masaaki Mochizuki, no longer received an automatic bye into the second round. Austin Aries became the first gaijin to participate in the tournament.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   Masato Yoshino Pin  
   Susumu Yokosuka 19:55  
     Susumu Yokosuka Pin  
 
     Dragon Kid 18:24  
   Shingo Takagi Pin
   Dragon Kid 17:35  
     Dragon Kid Pin  
     Gamma 3:46  
   Gamma Pin  
   Anthony W. Mori 5:39  
     Gamma Pin
 
     BxB Hulk 11:06  
   BxB Hulk Pin
   Ryo Saito 14:28  
     Gamma Stop
     CIMA 10:58
   CIMA Pin  
   Don Fujii 20:19  
     CIMA Pin
 
     Austin Aries 14:56  
   Naruki Doi Sub
   Austin Aries 19:17  
     CIMA Sub
     Masaaki Mochizuki 16:01  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Pin  
   Yasushi Kanda 8:46  
     Masaaki Mochizuki Sub
 
     Cyber Kong 12:27  
   Keni'chiro Arai Pin
   Cyber Kong 10:35  

The tournament ended in controversy when Gamma was declared winner by default due to CIMA's inability to continue after taking numerous kicks to the groin. Dragon Kid, who himself lot to Gamma by less than honorable means, demanded a rematch with Gamma and won, though he is not recognized as the winner of the tournament.

NEX-1 Tournament 2008Edit

This tournament, until now, it was the last NEX-1 tournament and the last tournament held by Dragon Gate NEX, like the previous tournament, the winner would get a long time excursion to the Unites States. This tournament took place on the NEX Sanctuary.24 and 25 and it was held on January 21 and January 28.

  First Round
January 21
Semifinals
January 28
Final
January 28
                           
     Shisa Boy Pin  
   Super Shenlong 9:37  
     Shisa BOY 6:27  
     m.c.KZ Pin  
   m.c.KZ Pin
     Lupin Matsutani 9:15  
       m.c.KZ Pin
     Katsuo 11:31
     Katsuo Pin  
   Kouji Shishido 5:55  
     Katsuo DQ
     Dr. Muscle 2:18  
   Dr. Muscle Pin
     Tozawa 7:38  

Planning Jumbo Six Man Scramble One Night Tag TournamentEdit

This tournament took place on March 16 2008, at the Glorious Gate 2008 - Day 10 on Morodomi Gym “Heartful” in Saga, Japan, this tournament was one single-elimination tournament.

Semi-finals Final
 
 New Hazard (Cyber Kong, Shingo Takagi and YAMATO) Pin  
 Mushozoku (Don Fujii, K-ness and Masaaki Mochizuki) 9:44  
 
 
     New Hazard (Cyber Kong, Shingo Takagi and YAMATO) 15:58
   Typhoon (CIMA, Dragon Kid and Ryo Saito) 15:58
 
 Typhoon (CIMA, Dragon Kid and Ryo Saito) Pin
 Muscle Outlaw'z (Gamma, Genki Horiguchi and Masato Yoshino) 9:05  

Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2008Edit

Trough out April 25 to April 27 in the Gate Of Passion 2008 - Days 8 and 10, Dragon Gate held a single elimination tournament to decide the new Open The Brave Gate Champion after the title being vacated by Anthony W. Mori due to interference from Yasushi Kanda in the title switch against Masato Yoshino.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Gamma Pin  
 PAC 8:48  
   Gamma Pin  
   El Blazer 8:59  
 Genki Horiguchi Pin
   El Blazer 6:10  
     Gamma Pin
   Anthony W. Mori 14:48
   Naoki Tanizaki Pin  
 Super Shisa 12:08  
   Naoki Tanizaki Pin
   Anthony W. Mori 4:57  
 Masato Yoshino Pin
   Anthony W. Mori 11:57  


Summer Adventure Tag League 2008Edit

The 2008 Summer Adventure League featured nine teams and was held from 9 August to 28 August. The top four ranked teams from the round robin round qualified for the single-elimination semi-finals. The two winners of the semi-finals met in the final to decide the winner.[3][4]

Round robin round
Results YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
Saito
Yokosuka
Nick J.
Matt J.
Iwasa
Arai
Gamma
Kanda
Mochizuki
Fujii
Hulk
Tanizaki
Points
YAMATO
Kong
X YAMATO
Kong
YAMATO
Kong
YAMATO
Kong
YAMATO
Kong
Iwasa
Arai
YAMATO
Kong
YAMATO
Kong
YAMATO
Kong
14
Takagi
Kid
YAMATO
Kong
X Doi
Yoshino
Takagi
Kid
Takagi
Kid
Takagi
Kid
Takagi
Kid
Takagi
Kid
Takagi
Kid
12
Doi
Yoshino
YAMATO
Kong
Doi
Yoshino
X Doi
Yoshino
Nick J.
Matt J.
Doi
Yoshino
Gamma
Kanda
Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
10
Saito
Yokosuka
YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
X Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
Saito
Yokosuka
10
Nick J.
Matt J.
YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Nick J.
Matt J.
Saito
Yokosuka
X Nick J.
Matt J.
Gamma
Kanda
Nick J.
Matt J.
Nick J.
Matt J.
8
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Takagi
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
Saito
Yokosuka
Nick J.
Matt J.
X Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
Iwasa
Arai
8
Gamma
Kanda
YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Gamma
Kanda
Saito
Yokosuka
Gamma
Kanda
Iwasa
Arai
X Gamma
Kanda
Hulk
Tanizaki
6
Mochizuki
Fujii
YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
Saito
Yokosuka
Nick J.
Matt J.
Iwasa
Arai
Gamma
Kanda
X Mochizuki
Fujii
2
Hulk
Tanizaki
YAMATO
Kong
Takagi
Kid
Doi
Yoshino
Saito
Yokosuka
Nick J.
Matt J.
Iwasa
Arai
Hulk
Tanizaki
Mochizuki
Fujii
X 2

Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
1 Shingo Takagi and Dragon Kid Sub
2 YAMATO and Cyber Kong 14:10
1 Shingo Takagi and Dragon Kid Pin
3 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino 25:52
3 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino Pin
4 Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka 10:24

King of Gate 2008Edit

The fourth King of Gate Tournament took place over the course of six days from December 2-19, 2008. Shingo Takagi was scheduled to participate, but decided to pull out as he was the reigning Open The Dream Gate Champion at the time. His spot would be filled by outsider Madoka, who won a battle royal on November 29 to earn entry.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   Cyber Kong Pin  
   Madoka 6:35  
     Madoka Pin  
 
     Magnitude Kishiwada 10:38  
   Susumu Yokosuka Pin
   Magnitude Kishiwada 13:02  
     Magnitude Kishiwada Pin  
     Masaaki Mochizuki 9:39  
   Taku Iwasa Pin  
   Anthony W. Mori 13:47  
     Taku Iwasa Pin
 
     Masaaki Mochizuki 14:24  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Sub
   Gamma 7:52  
     Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
     Naruki Doi 16:30
   Dragon Kid Pin  
   Naruki Doi 20:57  
     Naruki Doi Pin
 
     BxB Hulk 20:29  
   Ryo Saito Stop
   BxB Hulk 11:05  
     Naruki Doi Sub
     Don Fujii 9:59  
   YAMATO Sub  
   Don Fujii 9:56  
     Don Fujii Ringout
 
     Naoki Tanizaki 3:45  
   Naoki Tanizaki Sub
   Genki Horiguchi 11:11  

Ryo Saito legitimately injured his right arm during his first round match with BxB Hulk. It was severe enough for the referee to call the match.

Naoki Tanizaki's ringout loss to Don Fujii in the second round was caused by an intrusion from Cyber Kong.

Battle Of Tokyo 2009Edit

This tournament is a one night single-elimination tournament held by Dragon Gate on the Battle of Tokyo PPV, that took place on January 25 and it was on the Shin-Kiba 1st RING and broadcasted by GAORA TV on Tape Delay.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Akira Tozawa Pin  
 Shinobu 4:55  
   Akira Tozawa Pin  
   Shinjitsu Nohashi 1:35  
 Shinjitsu Nohashi Pin
   PAC 6:10  
     Akira Tozawa 10:51
   KAGETORA Pin
   KAGETORA Pin  
 K-ness 9:06  
   KAGETORA Pin
   Shisa BOY 2:26  
 Shisa BOY Pin
   m.c.KZ 4:47  


Open The Twin Gate Championship #1 Contendership TournamentEdit

On April 18 and 19 on the Gate of Passion 2009 - Days 7 and 8, Dragon Gate held a single-elimination tournament to decide the team that was going to be the #1 Contenders and that was going to face WARRIORS-5 (Gamma and Susumu Yokosuka).

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Masaaki Mochizuki and Super Shenlong Pin  
 WARRIORS-5 (KAGETORA and RYOMA) 11:05  
   Masaaki Mochizuki and Super Shenlong 5:45  
   Real Hazard (Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) Pin  
 Real Hazard (Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) Pin
   Real Hazard (Kenichiro Arai and Yasushi Kanda) 0:36  
     Real Hazard (Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) Pin
   WORLD-1 (BxB Hulk and Masato Yoshino) 16:41
   The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) Pin  
 Anthony W. Mori and Kenshin Chikano 10:56  
   The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) 9:34
   WORLD-1 (BxB Hulk and Masato Yoshino) Pin  
 WORLD-1 (BxB Hulk and Masato Yoshino) Pin
   KAMIKAZE (Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi) 16:24  


Summer Adventure Tag League 2009Edit

The 2009 Summer Adventure League featured nine teams, and was held from 1 August to 26 August. The top four ranked teams from the round robin round qualified for the single-elimination semi-finals. The two winners of the semi-finals met in the final to decide the winner.[5][6]

Round robin round
Results Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Yoshino
Hulk
Kanda
Arai
Doi
Tanizaki
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Kid
Tozawa
Kong
Kzy
CIMA
Gamma
Points
Takagi
YAMATO
X Draw Draw Kanda
Arai
Takagi
YAMATO
Takagi
YAMATO
Takagi
YAMATO
Takagi
YAMATO
Takagi
YAMATO
12
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Draw X Yoshino
Hulk
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Draw Mochizuki
Nakajima
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Mochizuki
Nakajima
12
Yoshino
Hulk
Draw Yoshino
Hulk
X Kanda
Arai
Yoshino
Hulk
Yoshino
Hulk
Kid
Tozawa
Yoshino
Hulk
Yoshino
Hulk
11
Kanda
Arai
Kanda
Arai
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Kanda
Arai
X Doi
Tanizaki
Kanda
Arai
Kanda
Arai
Kong
Kzy
Kanda
Arai
10
Doi
Tanizaki
Takagi
YAMATO
Draw Yoshino
Hulk
Doi
Tanizaki
X Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Doi
Tanizaki
Doi
Tanizaki
Doi
Tanizaki
9
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Yoshino
Hulk
Kanda
Arai
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
X Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
8
Kid
Tozawa
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Kid
Tozawa
Kanda
Arai
Doi
Tanizaki
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
X Kong
Kzy
CIMA
Gamma
4
Kong
Kzy
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Yoshino
Hulk
Kong
Kzy
Doi
Tanizaki
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
Kid
Tozawa
X Kong
Kzy
4
CIMA
Gamma
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Nakajima
Yoshino
Hulk
Kanda
Arai
Doi
Tanizaki
Yokosuka
KAGETORA
CIMA
Gamma
Kong
Kzy
X 2

Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
1 Shingo Takagi and YAMATO DQ
4 Yasushi Kanda and Keni'chiro Arai 9:20
1 Shingo Takagi and YAMATO Sub
2 Masaaki Mochizuki and Katsuhiko Nakajima 19:25
2 Masaaki Mochizuki and Katsuhiko Nakajima Pin
3 Masato Yoshino and BxB Hulk 13:26

Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2009Edit

On August 29, 2009 Dragon Gate held a tournament to crown the new Open The Brave Gate Champion, after being vacated due to Masato Yoshino being the Open The Dream Gate Champion.

  Semi-finals Final
             
 Naoki Tanizaki Pin  
 Kzy 9:59  
 Super Shisa  
 
     Naoki Tanizaki Pin
   KAGETORA 18:06
 Super Shenlong
 Akira Tozawa 8:21  
 KAGETORA Pin  

Open The Twin Gate Championship Participation Team Tournament 2010Edit

Semi-finals Final
 
 K-neSuka (K-ness and Susumu Yokosuka) Pin  
 Veteran-gun (Don Fujii and Magnitude Kishiwada) 9:54  
 
 
     K-neSuka (K-ness and Susumu Yokosuka) Sub
   Speed Muscle (Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi) 21:12
 
 Speed Muscle (Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi) Pin
 Real Hazard (Takuya Sugawara and KAGETORA) 7:53  


Battle Of Tokyo 2010Edit

This tournament was a one-night single-elimination tournament held by Dragon Gate on the Battle of Tokyo PPV, that took place on January 19 and it was on the Shin-Kiba 1st RING and broadcasted by GAORA TV on Tape Delay.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Akira Tozawa Pin  
 Shinobu 7:58  
   Akira Tozawa 7:51  
   Super Shisa Sub  
 Super Shisa Pin
   Madoka 8:16  
     Super Shisa 12:13
   Takuya Sugawara Pin
   GENTARO Pin  
 Kzy 3:23  
   GENTARO 10:26
   Takuya Sugawara Sub  
 Takuya Sugawara Pin
   KAGETORA 8:56  


King of Gate 2010Edit

The fifth King of Gate Tournament took place over the course of five days from April 3-14, 2010. While he was a part-time member of the Dragon Gate roster at the time, Takuya Sugawara was still listed as an outsider.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   KAGETORA Pin  
   Dragon Kid 10:29  
     Dragon Kid Pin  
 
     Gamma 12:42  
   Naruki Doi Pin
   Gamma 13:26  
     Dragon Kid Pin  
     Masato Yoshino 10:25  
   CIMA Sub  
   Masato Yoshino 18:25  
     Masato Yoshino Pin
 
     Masaaki Mochizuki 18:29  
   YAMATO Pin
   Masaaki Mochizuki 20:19  
     Dragon Kid Pin
     Shingo Takagi 15:52
   Don Fujii Pin  
   Genki Horiguchi 9:23  
     Genki Horiguchi Pin
 
     Shingo Takagi 8:31  
   Shingo Takagi Pin
   Takuya Sugawara 10:05  
     Shingo Takagi Pin
     BxB Hulk 16:06  
   BxB Hulk Pin  
   Cyber Kong 5:46  
     BxB Hulk Pin
 
     K-ness. 12:32  
   K-ness. Pin
   Susumu Yokosuka 21:49  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2010Edit

The 2010 Summer Adventure League featured ten teams, and was held from 30 July to 25 August. The round robin round featured two blocks of five teams each, and the top two teams from each block qualified for the single-elimination semi-finals. The two winners of the semi-finals met in the final to decide the winner.[7][8]

Round robin round
Block A K-ness
Yokosuka
Doi
Yoshino
CIMA
Gamma
PAC
Haskins
Kong
KAGETORA
Points
K-ness
Yokosuka
X K-ness
Yokosuka
Draw K-ness
Yokosuka
K-ness
Yokosuka
7
Doi
Yoshino
K-ness
Yokosuka
X Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
Doi
Yoshino
6
CIMA
Gamma
Draw Doi
Yoshino
X CIMA
Gamma
CIMA
Gamma
5
PAC
Haskins
K-ness
Yokosuka
Doi
Yoshino
CIMA
Gamma
X PAC
Haskins
2
Kong
KAGETORA
K-ness
Yokosuka
Doi
Yoshino
CIMA
Gamma
PAC
Haskins
X 0
Block B Saito
Horiguchi
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kanda
Kzy
Hulk
Tanizaki
Points
Saito
Horiguchi
X Draw Saito
Horiguchi
Saito
Horiguchi
Saito
Horiguchi
7
Takagi
YAMATO
Draw X Mochizuki
Fujii
Takagi
YAMATO
Takagi
YAMATO
5
Mochizuki
Fujii
Saito
Horiguchi
Mochizuki
Fujii
X Kanda
Kzy
Mochizuki
Fujii
4
Kanda
Kzy
Saito
Horiguchi
Takagi
YAMATO
Kanda
Kzy
X Hulk
Tanizaki
2
Hulk
Tanizaki
Saito
Horiguchi
Takagi
YAMATO
Mochizuki
Fujii
Hulk
Tanizaki
X 2
Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
A1 K-ness and Susumu Yokosuka 10:38
A2 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino Pin
A2 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino Pin
B1 Ryo Saito and Genki Horiguchi 19:16
B1 Ryo Saito and Genki Horiguchi Pin
B2 Shingo Takagi and YAMATO 14:18

Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2010Edit

On August 29, 2010 at the Storm Gate 2010 - Day 2, Dragon Gate held a one night single-elimination tournament to decide the new Open The Brave Gate Champion after the title being vacated due to Masato Yoshino also being the Open The Dream Gate Champion.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   KAGETORA Pin  
 Gamma 2:15  
   KAGETORA 12:20  
   PAC Pin  
 PAC Pin
   Genki Horiguchi 3:19  
     PAC Pin
   Susumu Yokosuka 22:15
   Kzy Pin  
 Naoki Tanizaki 5:52  
   Kzy 9:48
   Susumu Yokosuka Pin  
 Susumu Yokosuka Pin
   Super Shisa 4:45  


Open The Brave Gate Championship #1 Contendership 2011Edit

On January 9, 2011 to January 10, at the Primal Gate 2011 - Day 1 and 2, Dragon Gate held a 4-man single-elimination tournament to decide who was going to face PAC for the Open The Brave Gate Championship.

Semifinals
January 9
Final
January 10
 
 Genki Horiguchi Pin  
 KAGETORA 9:00  
 
 
     Genki Horiguchi Pin
   Naoki Tanizaki 12:41
 
 Naoki Tanizaki Pin
 Super Shisa 10:43  

King of Gate 2011Edit

The sixth King of Gate Tournament took place over the course of six days from May 12-21, 2011.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   Masato Yoshino Pin  
   Yasushi Kanda 11:54  
     Yasuhi Kanda Pin  
 
     Dragon Kid 10:41  
   PAC Pin
   Dragon Kid 11:54  
     Yasushi Kanda Pin  
     Masaaki Mochizuki 10:37  
   Gamma Pin  
   Cyber Kong 12:17  
     Cyber Kong Pin
 
     Masaaki Mochizuki 15:22  
   Shingo Takagi KO
   Masaaki Mochizuki 18:16  
     Yasushi Kanda Pin
     BxB Hulk 14:04
   Don Fujii Pin  
   YAMATO 7:36  
     YAMATO Pin
 
     CIMA 18:53  
   CIMA Pin
   Susumu Yokosuka 14:53  
     CIMA Pin
     BxB Hulk 7:10  
   Ryo Saito Pin  
   Genki Horiguchi 16:33  
     Ryo Saito Pin
 
     BxB Hulk 11:27  
   Naruki Doi Pin
   BxB Hulk 18:31  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2011Edit


The 2011 Summer Adventure League featured twelve teams, and was held from 3 August to 7 August, covering three shows; the format of the League was changed to a single-elimination tournament.[9] Four teams received a bye into the second round.[9] Kotoka qualified to be Don Fujii's partner by beating Shisa BOY, Super Shenlong and Eita Kobayashi.[9]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
 Akira Tozawa
 BxB Hulk
Pin  
 Taku Iwasa
 Keni'chiro Arai
13:58  
   Tozawa
 Hulk
Pin  
 
   KAGETORA
 Shisa
12:38  
 KAGETORA
 Super Shisa
Bye
 - -  
   Tozawa
 Hulk
Pin  
   Kid
 Yoshino
12:51  
 Shingo Takagi
 Susumu Yokosuka
Pin  
 Cyber Kong
 Tomahawk T.T
13:34  
   Takagi
 Yokosuka
21:06
 
   Kid
 Yoshino
Pin  
 - -
 Dragon Kid
 Masato Yoshino
Bye  
   Tozawa
 Hulk
Pin
   Mochizuki
 YAMATO
25:08
 Don Fujii
 Kotoka
10:51  
 Naruki Doi
 Yasushi Kanda
Pin  
   Doi
 Kanda
Pin
 
   Gamma
 Swann
12:02  
 Gamma
 Rich Swann
Bye
 - -  
   Doi
 Kanda
10:02
   Mochizuki
 YAMATO
Pin  
 Naoki Tanizaki
 Kzy
Bye  
 - -  
   Tanizaki
 Kzy
13:01
 
   Mochizuki
 YAMATO
Pin  
 Ryo Saito
 Genki Horiguchi
22:59
 Masaaki Mochizuki
 YAMATO
Pin  

King of Chop IEdit

The first tournament took place on April 16, 2012 at Kobe Sambo Hall in Hyogo. The tournament had been announced at the previous Sambo Hall show on March 18 along with the sixteen participants. It was further announced that the winner would receive a 300,000 yen cash prize and a special privilege of their choosing, which could be virtually anything from a title shot or match making rights.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   CIMA 3-3  
   Jimmy Kagetora Fan  
     Jimmy Kagetora 3-3  
 
     Don Fujii Fan  
   Don Fujii 3-2
   Rich Swann Quit  
     Don Fujii 2-3  
     Eita Kobayashi Quit  
   Eita Kobayashi 2-2  
   Mondai Ryu Quit  
     Eita Kobayashi 3-3
 
     Cyber Kong Fan  
   Naruki Doi 3-3
   Cyber Kong Fan  
     Eita Kobayashi 10-10
     Tomahawk T.T Fan
   Kotoka 3-3  
   YAMATO Fan  
     YAMATO 3-3
 
     Tomahawk T.T Fan  
   Tomahawk T.T 3-3
   Super Shisa Fan  
     Tomahawk T.T 2-3
     Masaaki Mochziuki Quit  
   Masato Yoshino 3-3  
   Akira Tozawa Fan  
     Masato Yoshino 5-5
 
     Masaaki Mochizuki Fan (2)  
   Masaaki Mochizuki 3-3
   Shingo Takagi Fan  

"Naoki Tanisaki" was originally listed as a participant, but he was "unable to show." He was "replaced" in the tournament by Tomahawk T.T.

Mondai Ryu surrendered by Akira Tozawa throwing in the towel for him.

Not only did Masato Yoshino and Masaaki Mochizuki have the first fan decision split, but they had two, forcing a total of five chop exchanges before the fan decision was more decisive.

For his victory prize, Eita Kobayashi requested from CIMA to be included into the King of Gate tournament, even though all sixteen participants had already been announced. CIMA chose to bow out of King of Gate, allowing for Kobayashi to participate. Kobayashi also noted his wish to partake on a learning excursion to Mexico when CIMA next toured the country at the end of May. He would pass an in-ring test at the next Sambo Hall show, allowing him to go.

King of Gate 2012Edit

The seventh King of Gate Tournament will take place over the course of six days from May 10-19, 2012. CIMA was scheduled to participate, but agreed to pull out and be replaced by Eita Kobayashi, who wanted to enter the tournament as his prize for winning the King of Chop tournament on April 19, 2012.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
   Jimmy Susumu Pin  
   Dragon Kid 13:26  
     Dragon Kid Pin  
 
     YAMATO 14:47  
   YAMATO Sub
   Shingo Takagi 13:01  
     Dragon Kid Pin  
     Akira Tozawa 13:23  
   Akira Tozawa Pin  
   Naruki Doi 15:30  
     Akira Tozawa Pin
 
     Masato Yoshino 14:45  
   Masato Yoshino Sub
   BxB Hulk 18:40  
     Akira Tozawa Pin
     Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 18:08
   Eita Kobayashi Pin  
   Kzy 8:13  
     Eita Kobayashi Pin
 
     Masaaki Mochizuki 11:11  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
   Jimmy Kanda 11:18  
     Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
     Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 11:02  
   Don Fujii Pin  
   Mondai Ryu 3:43  
     Don Fujii Pin
 
     Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 10:49  
   Cyber Kong Pin
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 9:43  

King of Chop IIEdit

A second tournament was announced following the end of the 2012 King of Gate tournament. It took place over the course of two nights as opposed to one, occurring on June 9 and 10, 2012. Both shows were at Sapporo Teisen Hall in Hokkaido. There were twenty competitors this time around and the brackets were determined by a random drawing from the fans following the opening match on June 9. Competitors 1-10 made up Block A and 11-20 made up Block B. Competitors 1-4 and 17-20 were placed in a "Handicap Set" where they competed in a bonus round. The first and bonus rounds took place on June 9 while the remaining rounds took place on June 10.

  First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                               
 Naruki Doi 3-3  
 YAMATO Fan  
   Naruki Doi 3-3  
   Shingo Takagi Fan  
 Akira Tozawa 2-1
 Shingo Takagi Quit  
   Shingo Takagi 3-3  
   BxB Hulk Fan  
   
   
   Ryo "Jimmy" Saito 1-1
   BxB Hulk Quit  
 
   
   Shingo Takagi 3-3  
   "Naoki Tanisaki" Fan  
   
   
   Masato Yoshino 3-3
   "Naoki Tanisaki" Fan  
 
   
   "Naoki Tanisaki" 3-3
   Masaaki Mochizuki Fan  
   
   
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 1-0
   Masaaki Mochizuki Quit  
 
   
 "Naoki Tanisaki" 15-15
 Jimmy Kagetora Fan
   
   
   Gamma 3-3  
   Jimmy Susumu Fan  
 
   
   Jimmy Susumu 3-3  
   Don Fujii Fan  
   
   
   Super Shisa 3-3
   Don Fujii Fan  
 
   
   Jimmy Susumu 3-3
   Jimmy Kagetora Fan  
   
   
   Rich Swann 3-3
   Kzy Fan  
 
   
   Rich Swann 5-5
   Jimmy Kagetora Fan  
 Jimmy Kanda 3-3  
 CIMA Quit  
   CIMA 3-3
   Jimmy Kagetora Fan  
 Dragon Kid 3-3
 Jimmy Kagetora Fan  

General Manager Takayuki Yagi deemed Shingo Takagi's double-handed chop to be acceptable. However, he did not accept the use of a Mongolian chop, which Shingo playfully used on Naruki Doi just as their round began. Doi and Masato Yoshino appealed for Shingo to be disqualified as a result, but Yagi instead issued him a warning.

Jimmy Kagetora was involved in both rounds that featured a fan decision split, including the first to occur in the finals. Along with having to compete in the "Handicap Set" and all of his rounds going to fan decision, he received a total of 29 chops.

Summer Adventure Tag League 2012Edit

The 2012 Summer Adventure League featured eight teams with three members instead of the usual two. The round robin round features two blocks of four teams each, and the top team from each block will qualify for the finals to decide the winner of the tournament while the last team from each block will face each other to determine the last placed team.[10][11] The tournament was constested for the vancated Open The Triangle Gate Championship. Super Shenlong III qualified to be Shingo Takagi and YAMATO's partner by beating Chihiro Tominaga. The tournament was held from 2 August to 19 August.[12]

Round robin round
Block A Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
Saito
Horiguchi
Tanizaki
Arai
Shisa
BOY
Points
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
X Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
6
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
X Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
4
Arai
Shisa
BOY
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
X Arai
Shisa
Shachinoko
2
Saito
Horiguchi
Tanizaki
Tozawa
Hulk
"Tanisaki"
Mochizuki
Fujii
Kid
Arai
Shisa
Shachinoko
X 0
Block B Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
Takagi
YAMATO
Shenlong III
Kong
Kzy
Ryu
Points
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
X CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
6
Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
X Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
4
Takagi
YAMATO
Shenlong III
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
X Takagi
YAMATO
Shenlong III
2
Kong
Kzy
Ryu
CIMA
Gamma
Kishiwada
Susumu
Kagetora
Kanda
Takagi
YAMATO
Shenlong III
X 0
Last Place

Mondai Ryu, Kzy and Cyber Kong lost to Ryo "Jimmy" Saito, Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! and Naoki Tanizaki in 16:31 to become the last placed team


Final
   
A1 Akira Tozawa, BxB Hulk and "Naoki Tanisaki" Pin
B1 CIMA, Gamma and Magnitude Kishiwada 23:21

Six Unit Warfare One Night Tag TournamentEdit

It was a one night tag tournament to determine the strongest team in this years and it was to replace this years Summer Adventure Tag League that was a six-man tag team tournament for the vacated Open The Triangle Gate Championship.

Semi Finals
(September 19, 2012)
Finals
(September 19, 2012)
           
Windows (Kenichiro Arai and Super Shisa) Pin  
Akatsuki (Chihiro Tominaga and Super Shenlong) 6:20  
   
Windows (Kenichiro Arai and Super Shisa) -
MAD BLANKEY (BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki) Pin    
MAD BLANKEY (BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki Pin
Jimmyz (Jimmy Kanda and Naoki Tanizaki) 9:09    
WORLD-1 International (Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi) 14:34
   
   
WORLD-1 International (Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi) Pin  
Team Veteran Returns (CIMA and Dragon Kid) 13:08  

King of Gate 2013Edit

The 2013 King of Gate tournament, a sixteen man tournament, took take place from May 10 to May 25, covering seven shows.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
 Don Fujii Pin  
 Kotoka 6:23  
   Don Fujii 14:40  
 
   YAMATO Pin  
 Masaaki Mochizuki 15:48
 YAMATO Pin  
   YAMATO 14:44  
   Shingo Takagi Pin  
 BxB Hulk 24:23  
 Shingo Takagi Pin  
   Shingo Takagi Pin
 
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 11:25  
 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin
 Rich Swann 7:29  
   Shingo Takagi 18:42
   Ricochet Pin
 Dragon Kid Pin  
 Naruki Doi 15:11  
   Dragon Kid 21:24
 
   Jimmy Susumu Pin  
 Jimmy Susumu Pin
 Uhaa Nation 8:45  
   Jimmy Susumu 10:55
   Ricochet Pin  
 Akira Tozawa 12:39  
 Masato Yoshino Pin  
   Masato Yoshino 15:18
 
   Ricochet Pin  
 Ricochet Pin
 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito 10:48  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2013Edit

The 2013 Summer Adventure League reverted to teams of two members, and was held from 7 September to 28 September. The round robin round featured two blocks of four teams each, and the top team from each block qualified for the finals.[13] The Block A match between Shingo Takagi and Akira Tozawa versus Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino ended in a no contest with no points awarded when Doi turned on Yoshino and joined MAD BLANKEY. This caused Yoshino to team up with the Former Super Shenlong III: Yosuke Watanabe for his final Block A match against Masaaki Mochizuki and Don Fujii.[14] T-Hawk and Eita defeated YAMATO and BxB Hulk to become the Provisional Open The Twin Gate Championsand win the tournament.

Round robin round
Block A YAMATO
Hulk
Mochizuki
Fujii
Takagi
Tozawa
Yoshino
Doi or Wantanbe
Points
YAMATO
Hulk
X Yamato
Hulk
Takagi
Tozawa
Yamato
Hulk
4
Mochizuki
Fujii
Yamato
Hulk
X Mochizuki
Fujii
Yoshino
Wantanbe
2
Takagi
Tozawa
Takagi
Tozawa
Mochizuki
Fujii
X no contest 2
Yoshino
Doi or Wantanbe
Yamato
Hulk
Yoshino
Wantanbe
no contest X 2
Block B T-Hawk
Eita
K-ness
Gamma
Susumu
Kanda
Kong
Ryu
Points
T-Hawk
Eita
X T-Hawk
Eita
T-Hawk
Eita
T-Hawk
Eita
6
K-ness
Gamma
T-Hawk
Eita
X K-ness
Gamma
K-ness
Gamma
4
Susumu
Kanda
T-Hawk
Eita
K-ness
Gamma
X Susumu
Kanda
2
Kong
Ryu
T-Hawk
Eita
K-ness
Gamma
Susumu
Kanda
X 0
Final
   
A1 YAMATO and BxB Hulk Pin
B1 T-Hawk and Eita 19:26

Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2013Edit

On September 28 and 29, at Summer Adventure Tag League 2013 - Days 13 and 14, Dragon Gate held a tournament to crown a new Open The Brave Gate Champion after the the title being vacated due to Masato Yoshino voluntarily vacated the title, feeling that the title belonged to the younger generation.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   CIBA Pin  
 U-T 10:13  
   CIBA 9:15  
   Kzy Pin  
 Kzy Pin
   Yosuke Watanabe 6:07  
     Kzy 15:45
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin  
 Shachihoko BOY 6:45  
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin
   TSUBASA 7:39  
 TSUBASA Pin
   Super Shisa 8:08  


Open the Triangle Gate Championship Next Challenger Team One Night TournamentEdit

This was a one night tournament featured at the Miracle Gate show and it was to determine the 1º contender for the Open The Triangle Gate Championship. The winners would recieve a shot a the same night for the Open The Triangle Gate Champions. The winners were Millennials (T-Hawk, Eita and Flamita and the later that night defeated Mad Blankey (YAMATO, Cyber Kong and BxB Hulk) to win the Open The Triangle Gate Championship.

Semifinals Final
      
Milleninals (T-Hawk, Eita and Flamita) Pin
Mad Blankey (Naruki Doi, Mondai Ryu and Kzy) 8:52
Millennials (T-Hawk, Eita and Flamita) Pin
CIMA, CIBA and Ryotsu Shimizu 8:19
CIMA, CIBA and Ryotsu Shimizu Pin
Monster Express (Akira Tozawa, Shingo Takagi and Shachihoko BOY) 7:33

King of Gate 2014Edit

The 2014 King of Gate tournament, a sixteen man tournament, took take place from May 9 to May 31, covering nine shows.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
 BxB Hulk Pin  
 Naruki Doi 9:04  
   BxB Hulk Pin  
 
   Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 7:58  
 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin
 YAMATO 14:13  
   BxB Hulk 15:46  
   T-Hawk Pin  
 T-Hawk Pin  
 Akira Tozawa 17:35  
   T-Hawk Pin
 
   Masato Yoshino 13:48  
 Eita 12:38
 Masato Yoshino Sub  
   T-Hawk 20:14
   Jimmy Susumu Pin
 Jimmy Susumu Pin  
 Cyber Kong 3:56  
   Jimmy Susumu Pin
 
   Masaaki Mochizuki 18:37  
 Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
 Jimmy Kagetora 14:25  
   Jimmy Susumu Pin
   Shingo Takagi 16:20  
 Mr. Kyu Kyu Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka Dolphin Pin  
 Jimmy Kanda 6:31  
   Mr. Kyu Kyu Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka Dolphin 13:41
 
   Shingo Takagi Pin  
 Shingo Takagi Pin
 Ryotsu Shimizu 9:46  

Open The Triangle Gate Championship #1 Contendership Tournament 2014Edit

On August 2 and 3 at the Gate of Generation 2014 - Days 1 and 2, Dragon Gate held a tournament to decide the #1 Contender that was going to face MAD BLANKEY (Cyber Kong, Kzy and Naruki Doi) on August 10, 2014.

Semifinals
August 2
Final
August 3
 
 Dia.HEARTS (BxB Hulk, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin  
 Millenials (Eita, T-Hawk and U-T) 16:11  
 
 
     Dia.HEARTS (BxB Hulk, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin
   MONSTER EXPRESS (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and Uhaa Nation) 20:04
 
 MONSTER EXPRESS (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and Uhaa Nation) Pin
 Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Kanda and Jimmy Susumu) 15:41  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2014Edit

The 2014 Summer Adventure Tag League and was held from 5 September to 23 September. The round robin round featured two blocks of four teams each, and the top team from each block qualified for the finals. During the tournament Kotoka injured himeself and he was place on his last match by Yuga Hayashi.

Round robin round
Block A T-Hawk
Eita
CIMA
Gamma
Yoshino
BOY
Kagetora
Susumu
Doi
Kzy
Points
T-Hawk
Eita
X CIMA
Gamma
Eita
T-Hawk
Eita
T-Hawk
Eita
T-Hawk
6
CIMA
Gamma
CIMA
Gamma
X Yoshino
BOY
Kategora
Susumu
CIMA
Gamma
4
Yoshino
BOY
Eita
T-Hawk
Yoshino
BOY
X Draw Doi
Kzy
3
Kagetora
Susumu
Eita
T-Hawk
Kategora
Susumu
Draw X Kategora
Susumu
5
Doi
Kzy
Eita
T-Hawk
CIMA
Gamma
Doi
Kzy
Kategora
Susumu
X 2
Block B Hulk
Mochizuki
Tozawa
Takagi
H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
Kotoka or Hayashi
Shimizu
YAMATO
Tominaga
Points
Hulk
Mochizuki
X Hulk
Mochizuki
H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
Hulk
Mochizuki
Hulk
Mochizuki
6
Tozawa
Takagi
Hulk
Mochizuki
X Tozawa
Takagi
Tozawa
Takagi
Tozawa
Takagi
6
H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
Tozawa
Takagi
X H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
YAMATO
Tominaga
4
Kotoka
Shimizu
Hulk
Mochizuki
Tozawa
Takagi
H.A.Gee.Mee
Dolphin
X 0
YAMATO
Tominaga
Hulk
Mochizuki
Tozawa
Takagi
YAMATO
Tominaga
YAMATO
Tominaga
X 4

Last Place Ryotsu Shimizu and Yuga Hayashi lost to Kzy and Naruki Doi in 11:53 to become the last placed team

Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
A1 Eita and T-Hawk Pin
B2 Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi 19:44
A1 Eita and T-Hawk 23:21
A2 Jimmy Kagetora and Jimmy Susumu Pin
B1 BxB Hulk and Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
A2 Jimmy Kagetora and Jimmy Susumu 18:22

Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2015Edit

On January 10 to January 12, 2015 at the Open The New Year Gate 2015 - Days 1 to 3, Dragon Gate held a single elimination tournament to determine the new Open The Brave Gate Champion after the the being vacated due to Flamita left the belt in the ring in protest, following his tenth defense ending in a disqualification.

  First Round
January 10 and 11
Semifinals
January 12
Final
January 12
                           
   Eita Sub  
 Kotoka 11:00  
   Eita Sub  
   Jimmy Kagetora 12:23  
 Jimmy Kagetora Pin
   Shachihoko BOY 10:21  
     Eita 12:54
   Dr. Muscle Pin
   Dr. Muscle Pin  
 Yosuke♥Santa Maria 10:45  
   Dr. Muscle Pin
   Yuga Hayashi 8:44  
 Yuga Hayashi Pin
   Punch Tominaga 0:46  


Open The Dream Gate Title #1 Contendership 2015Edit

On January 16, 2015 at the Open The New Year Gate 2015 - Day 4, Dragon Gate held a one night single-elimination tournament to determine the #1 Contender for the Open The Dream Gate Championship and winner would face BxB Hulk on February 5, 2015.

Semi-finals Final
 Big R Shimizu Pin  
 Don Fujii 2:56  
 
 
     Big R Shimizu Pin
   Jimmy Susumu 14:33
 
 Jimmy Susumu Pin
 Kenichiro Arai 8:13  

King of Gate 2015Edit

The 2015 King of Gate tournament, a sixteen man tournament, took take place from May 8 to May 30, covering seven shows.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                     
 T-Hawk Pin  
 YAMATO 24:38  
   T-Hawk Pin  
 
   Naruki Doi 12:29  
 Naruki Doi Pin
 CIMA 10:03  
   T-Hawk Pin  
   BxB Hulk 21:26  
 BxB Hulk Pin  
 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito 15:03  
   BxB Hulk Pin
 
   Akira Tozawa 17:32  
 Akira Tozawa Pin
 Shingo Takagi 18:38  
   T-Hawk 25:15
   Masato Yoshino Pin
 Masato Yoshino Pin  
 Dragon Kid 13:43  
   Masato Yoshino Pin
 
   Big R Shimizu 8:58  
 Big R Shimizu 14:36
 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Pin  
   Masato Yoshino Pin
   Masaaki Mochizuki 12:20  
 Jimmy Susumu 9:38  
 Masaaki Mochizuki Pin  
   Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
 
   Syachihoko BOY 9:22  
 Cyber Kong 9:04
 Shachihoko BOY Pin  

Summer Adventure Tag League 2015Edit

The 2015 Summer Adventure Tag League and was held from 5 September to 27 September. The round robin round featured two blocks of four teams each, and the top team from each block qualified for the finals. On September 9 CIMA was injured and was replaced by Takehiro Yamamura.

Round robin round
Block A Dragon Kid
Flamita
Doi
YAMATO
Susumu
Jimmy K-ness JKS
BxB Hulk
Kzy
Eita
Kotoka
Points
Dragon Kid
Flamita
X Kid
Flamita
K-ness J.K.S.
Susumu
Hulk
Kzy
Kid
Flamita
4
Doi
YAMATO
Kid
Flamita
X Doi
Yamato
Doi
Yamato
Doi
Yamato
6
Susumu
Jimmy K-ness JKS
K-ness J.K.S.
Susumu
X Doi
Yamato
K-ness J.K.S
Susumu
K-ness J.K.S
Susumu
6
BxB Hulk
Kzy
Hulk
Kzy
Doi
Yamato
K-ness J.K.S.
Susumu
X Hulk
Kzy
4
Eita
Kotoka
Kid
Flamita
Doi
Yamato
K-ness J.K.S.
Susumu
Hulk
Kzy
X 0
Block B Takagi
Kong
T-Hawk
Shimizu
Fujii
Saito
Yoshino
Tozawa
Gamma
CIMA or Yamamura
Points
Takagi
Kong
X Takagi
Kong
Fuiji
Saito
Tozawa
Yoshino
Takagi
Kong
4
T-Hawk
Shimizu
Takagi
Kong
X T-Hawk
Shimizu
Tozawa
Yoshino
T-Hawk
Shimizu
4
Fujii
Saito
Fuiji
Saito
T-Hawk
Shimizu
X Draw Fuiji
Saito
5
Tozawa
Yoshino
Tozawa
Yoshino
Tozawa
Yoshino
Draw X CIMA
Gamma
5
Gamma
CIMA or Yamamura
Takagi
Kong
T-Hawk
Shimizu
Fuiji
Saito
CIMA
Gamma
X 2
Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
A1 Naruki Doi and YAMATO Pin
B2 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito and Sumo Fujii 10:38
A1 Naruki Doi and YAMATO 24:46
A2 Jimmy K-ness J.K.S and Jimmy Susumu Pin
B1 Akira Tozawa and Masato Yoshino Pin
A2 Jimmy K-ness J.K.S and Jimmy Susumu 16:20

Open The Triangle Gate Championship Tournament 2015Edit

On November 22 and 25,2015, and on December 5 and 6, 2015, at the Crown Gate 2015 - Days 15 and 16, and at the Fantastic Gate 2015 - Days 2 and 3, Dragon Gate held a single-elimination tournament to determine the new Open The Triangle Gate Champions.

  First Round
November 22 and 25
Semifinals
December 5
Final
December 6
                           
     Dia.HEARTS ('Dragon Kid, Kzy and Masaaki Mochizuki) Pin  
   Don Fujii, U-T and Yosuke♥Santa Maria 15:29  
     Dia.HEARTS (Dragon Kid, Kzy and Masaaki Mochizuki) 18:27  
     Monster Express (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and T-Hawk) Pin  
   MONSTER EXPRESS (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and T-Hawk) Pin
     Jimmyz (Jimmy Kanda, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) 21:22  
       Monster Express (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and T-Hawk) Pin
     VerserK (Naruki Doi, Shingo Takagi and YAMATO) 25:52
     Over Generation (CIMA, Kaito Ishida and Takehiro Yamamura) Pin  
   VerserK (Cyber Kong, Kotoka and Naoki Tanizaki) 15:48  
     Over Generation (CIMA, Kaito Ishida and Takehiro Yamamura) 15:51
     VerserK (Naruki Doi, Shingo Takagi and YAMATO) Pin  
   VerserK (Naruki Doi, Shingo Takagi and YAMATO) Pin
     Over Generation (Eita, El Lindaman and Punch Tominaga) 7:38  

King of Gate 2016Edit

The 2016 King of Gate tournament was a round-robin tournament, featuring 4 blocks and took place from May 8 to June 12, covering twenty shows. On block A the match between Shingo Takagi and Punch Tominaga ended in a time limit draw due to a double count out so neither Takagi or Tominaga received points. On block B Eita and Akira Tozawa were tied with 7 points and on June 11 Tozawa defeated Eita to pass to the semifinals.

Final standings
Block A Block B Block C Block D
YAMATO 6 Akira Tozawa 7 Masaaki Mochizuki 7 Big R Shimizu 8
Jimmy Kanda 5 Eita 7 T-Hawk 6 Masato Yoshino 7
Kzy 5 CIMA 6 Dragon Kid 6 Gamma 6
Shingo Takagi (C) 5 Jimmy Susumu 6 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito 5 Naruki Doi 4
Don Fujii 4 Yosuke♥Santa Maria 4 Kotoka 4 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 4
Punch Tominaga 2 Mondai Ryu 0 Cyber Kong 2 El Lindaman 1
Block A Shingo Takagi YAMATO Don Fujii Jimmy Kanda Kzy Punch Tominaga
Shingo Takagi X Takagi
(17:11)
Draw
(20:00)
Takagi
(13:22)
Kzy
(15:28)
Double Countout
(14:26)
YAMATO Takagi
(17:11)
X Fujii
(12:11)
YAMATO
(10:06)
YAMATO
(13:28)
YAMATO
(6:55)
Don Fujii Draw
(20:00)
Fujii
(12:11)
X Kanda
(8:50)
Kzy
(10:26)
Fujii
(13:24)
Jimmy Kanda Takagi
(13:22)
YAMATO
(10:06)
Kanda
(8:50)
X Kanda
(9:09)
Draw
(20:00)
Kzy Kzy
(15:28)
YAMATO
(13:28)
Kzy
(10:26)
Kanda
(9:09)
X Draw
(20:00)
Punch Tominaga Double Countout
(14:26)
YAMATO
(6:55)
Fujii
(13:24)
Draw
(20:00)
Draw
(20:00)
X
Block B CIMA Jimmy Susumu Akira Tozawa Eita Yosuke♥Santa Maria Mondai Ryu
CIMA X Susumu
(16:39)
CIMA
(16:03)
Eita
(11:39)
CIMA
(13:08)
CIMA
(0:14)
Jimmy Susumu Susumu
(16:39)
X Tozawa
(19:03)
Eita
(17:38)
Susumu
(13:56)
Susumu
(8:28)
Akira Tozawa CIMA
(16:03)
Tozawa
(19:03)
X Draw
(20:00)
Tozawa
(9:52)
Tozawa
(6:50)
Eita Eita
(11:39)
Eita
(17:38)
Draw
(20:00)
X Santa Maria
(10:19)
Eita
(2:31)
Yosuke♥Santa Maria CIMA
(13:08)
Susumu
(13:56)
Tozawa
(9:52)
Santa Maria
(10:19)
X Santa Maria
(6:18)
Mondai Ryu CIMA
(0:14)
Susumu
(8:28)
Tozawa
(6:50)
Eita
(2:31)
Santa Maria
(6:18)
X
Block C T-Hawk Ryo "Jimmy" Saito Masaaki Mochizuki Dragon Kid Cyber Kong Kotoka
T-Hawk X T-Hawk
(15:45)
Mochizuki
(10:43)
T-Hawk
(9:18)
T-Hawk
(12:34)
Kotoka
(8:05)
Ryo "Jimmy" Saito T-Hawk
(15:45)
X Draw
(20:00)
Saito
(15:00)
Kong
(6:28)
Saito
(3:45)
Masaaki Mochizuki Mochizuki
(10:43)
Draw
(20:00)
X Kid
(11:33)
Mochizuki
(12:33)
Mochizuki
(8:12)
Dragon Kid T-Hawk
(9:18)
Saito
(15:00)
Kid
(11:33)
X Kid
(9:20)
Kid
(10:49)
Cyber Kong T-Hawk
(12:34)
Kong
(6:28)
Mochizuki
(12:33)
Kid
(9:20)
X Kotoka
(5:30)
Kotoka Kotoka
(8:05)
Saito
(3:45)
Mochizuki
(8:12)
Kid
(10:49)
Kotoka
(5:30)
X
Block D Masato Yoshino Naruki Doi Gamma Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Big R Shimizu El Lindaman
Masato Yoshino X Yoshino (16:45) Yoshino (8:43) H.A.Gee.Mee!!
(8:20)
Yoshino (10:46) Draw (20:00)
Naruki Doi Yoshino
(16:45)
X Gamma
(7:54)
Doi
(11:21)
Shimizu
(15:20)
Doi
(9:44)
Gamma Yoshino
(8:43)
Gamma
(7:54)
X Gamma
(6:13)
Shimizu
(4:34)
Gamma
(7:49)
Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! H.A.Gee.Mee
(8:20)
Doi
(11:21)
Gamma
(6:13)
X Shimizu
(8:29)
H.A.Gee.Mee
(7:21)
Big R Shimizu Yoshino
(10:46)
Shimizu
(15:20)
Shimizu
(4:34)
Shimizu
(8:29)
X Shimizu
(4:43)
El Lindaman Draw
(20:00)
Doi
(9:44)
Gamma
(7:49)
H.A.Gee.Mee!!
(7:21)
Shimizu
(4:43)
X
  Playoff Semifinals Final
                           
     
   
  A1  YAMATO Pin  
    B1  Akira Tozawa 18:53  
B1  Akira Tozawa Pin
  B2  Eita 14:44  
    A1  YAMATO Sub
  D1  Big R Shimizu 24:15
     
   
C1  Masaaki Mochizuki Pin
    D1  Big R Shimizu 14:25  
 
 

1. ^ This match ended in a double count out and none of them received points.

Summer Adventure Tag League 2016Edit

On July 7 it was announced the 2016 Summer Adventure Tag League and it will be held from August 6 to September 10. The round robin round featured two blocks of four teams each, and the top team from each block qualified for the finals. On July 24 it was announced that Kotoka would miss the tournament due to facial injuries and Cyber Kong will replace him as partner for Shingo Takagi and Osaka06 (CIMA and Gamma) replaced the team of Mondai Ryu and Cyber Kong. Futa Nakamura and Masaaki Mochizuki forfeit their first and second and third match due to Nakamura getting injured on the first day.

Round robin round
Block A Susumu
Kagetora
H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
Yoshino
T-Hawk
Yamamura
Ishida
Doi
YASSHI
Maria
Lindaman
Points
Susumu
Kagetora
X H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
(14:21)
Kagetora
Susumu
(17:30)
Kagetora
Susumu
(13:07)
Doi
YASSHI
(15:28)
Kagetora
Susumu
(10:50)
6
H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
(14:21)
X Yoshino
T-Hawk
(16:16)
H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
(12:14)
Doi
YASSHI
(13:37)
Maria
Lindaman

(14:18)

4
Yoshino
T-Hawk
Kagetora
Susumu
(17:30)
Yoshino
T-Hawk
(16:16)
X Yoshino
T-Hawk
(14:22)
Doi
YASSHI
(19:01)
Yoshino
T-Hawk
(1:36)
6
Yamamura
Ishida
Kagetora
Susumu
(13:07)
H.A.Gee.Mee
Saito
(12:14)
Yoshino
T-Hawk
(14:22)
X Doi
YASSHI
(8:42)
Yamamura
Ishida
(12:35)
2
Doi
YASSHI
Doi
YASSHI
(15:28)
Doi
YASSHI
(13:37)
Doi
YASSHI
(19:01)
Doi
YASSHI
(8:42)
X Doi
YASSHI
(15:45)
10
Maria
Lindaman
Kagetora
Susumu
(10:50)
Maria
Lindaman

(14:18)

Yoshino
T-Hawk
(1:36)
Yamamura
Ishida
(12:35)
Doi
YASSHI
(15:45)
X 2
Block B YAMATO
Hulk
Tozawa
Shimizu
Kid
Eita
Takagi
Kong
CIMA
Gamma
Mochizuki
Nakamura
Points
YAMATO
Hulk
X Tozawa
Shimizu
(19:04)
Draw
(30:00)
Draw
(20:00)
YAMATO
Hulk
(17:00)
YAMATO
Hulk
(forfeit)
6
Tozawa
Shimizu
Tozawa
Shimizu
(19:04)
X Kid
Eita
(18:04)
Tozawa
Shimizu
(16:02)
CIMA
Gamma
(18:26)
Tozawa
Shimizu
(forfeit)
6
Kid
Eita
Draw
(30:00)
Kid
Eita
(18:04)
X Kid
Eita
(15:21)
Draw
(20:00)
Kid
Eita
(14:41)
8
Takagi
Kong
Draw
(20:00)
Tozawa
Shimizu
(16:02)
Kid
Eita
(15:21)
X CIMA
Gamma
(10:46)
Takagi
Kong
(9:33)
3
CIMA
Gamma
YAMATO
Hulk
(17:00)
CIMA
Gamma
(18:26)
Draw
(20:00)
CIMA
Gamma
(10:46)
X CIMA
Gamma
(forfeit)
7
Mochizuki
Nakamura
YAMATO
Hulk
(forfeit)
Tozawa
Shimizu
(forfeit)
Kid
Eita
(14:41)
Takagi
Kong
(9:33)
CIMA
Gamma
(forfeit)
X 0
Knockout round
Semifinals Final
      
A1 Naruki Doi and "brother" YASSHI Pin
B2 CIMA and Gamma 10:12
A1 Naruki Doi and "brother" YASSHI 19:23
A2 Dragon Kid and Eita Sub
B1 Dragon Kid and Eita Pin
A2 Jimmy Susumu and Jimmy Kagetora 11:34

New Year Unit Six Man Tag Team TournamentEdit

New Years Unit War 6 Man Tag Team Tournament was a single-elimination trios tournament held in Dragon Gate to determine the strongest team in the promotion for the year. The tournament was held in one show. On January 6, 2016 Dragon Gate announced a trios tournament named New Years Unit War 6 Man Tag Team Tournament one night trios tournament on January 18 and the first round will be contested under 2 count rules and the rest of the rounds will be normal 3 count rules. It was also announced the stables that will be part of the tournament. The stables that will be part of the tournament are Over Generation, VerserK, Jimmyz, Tribe Vanguard and some Unaffiliated teams. It will be two teams from VerserK, one from Over Generation, one from Jimmyz and one from Tribe Vanguard, and it will also have three Unaffiliated teams. Later Kaito Ishida was replaced by Punch Tominaga.

  First round
January 18
Semifinal
January 18
Final
January 18
                           
   Tribe Vanguard (YAMATO, BxB Hulk and Kzy) Pin  
 Don Fujii, Hyou Watanabe and Yuki Yoshioka 08:00  
   Tribe Vanguard (YAMATO, BxB Hulk and Kzy) Pin  
   Masato Yoshino, Ben-K and Kotoka 09:18  
 Masato Yoshino, Ben-K and Kotoka Pin
   Over Generation (Eita, Takehiro Yamamura and Punch Tominaga) 04:27  
     Masato Yoshino, Ben-K and Kotoka Pin
   VerserK (Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk and El Lindaman) 16:23
   Jimmyz (Jimmy Susumu, Ryo "Jimmy" Saito and Jimmy Kanda) Pin  
 VerserK ("brother" YASSHI, Cyber Kong and Mondai Ryu) 06:21  
   Jimmyz (Jimmy Susumu, Ryo "Jimmy" Saito and Jimmy Kanda 11:02
   VerserK (Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk and El Lindaman) Pin  
 VerserK (Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk and El Lindaman) Pin
   Naruki Doi, Masaaki Mochizuki and Big R Shimizu 09:41  


Open The Brave Gate Championship Tournament 2017Edit

On March 4, 2017 Dragon Gate's General Manager and Referee Takayuki Yagi announced a single elimination tournament to determine the new Open The Brave Gate Champion after being vacated due to massive interference from both Over Generation and VerserK and the semifinals and the final will take place on the Memorial Gate in Wakayama.

  First Round
March 19
Semifinals
March 20
Final
March 20
                           
   Jimmy Kagetora Pin  
 Draztik Boy 9:44  
   Jimmy Kagetora Pin  
   Kzy 10:03  
 Kzy Pin
   Takehiro Yamamura 14:31  
     Jimmy Kagetora Pin
   El Lindaman 15:22
   Yosuke♥Santa Maria Pin  
 Punch Tominaga 5:20  
   Yosuke♥Santa Maria 9:14
   El Lindaman Pin  
 Eita 15:42
   El Lindaman Pin  


King of Gate 2017Edit

The 2017 King of Gate tournament, a round-robin tournament, featuring 4 blocks and will take place from May 9 to June 11, covering twenty shows. On May 5 Cyber Kong was forced to revert to his real name Takashi Yoshida. Jimmy K-ness J.K.S. was forced to forfeit his match against Don Fujii on June 3 due to pulling the calf muscle in his right leg.

Final standings
Block A Block B Block C Block D
Eita 7 T-Hawk 8 Naruki Doi 7 Shingo Takagi 8
YAMATO (c) 6 Jimmy Susumu 7 CIMA 6 BxB Hulk 6
Dragon Kid 6 Kzy 7 Jimmy Kagetora 5 Masaaki Mochizuki 6
Don Fujii 6 Gamma 4 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito 5 Jimmy Kanda 4
Big R Shimizu 5 Ben-K 2 Takehiro Yamamura 3 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! 4
Jimmy K-ness J.K.S. 0 Yosuke♥Santa Maria 2 Takashi Yoshida 2 El Lindaman 2
Block A Big R Shimizu Dragon Kid Don Fujii Eita Jimmy K-ness J.K.S. YAMATO
Big R Shimizu X Kid
(10:03)
Fujii
(9:40)
Draw
(20:00)
Shimizu
(8:14)
Shimizu
(3:34)
Dragon Kid Kid
(10:03)
X Kid
(9:57)
Eita
(14:40)
Kid
(6:19)
YAMATO
(14:13)
Don Fujii Fujii
(9:40)
Kid
(9:57)
X Eita
(12:13)
Fujii
(forfeit)
Fujii
(8:43)
Eita Draw
(20:00)
Eita
(14:40)
Eita
(12:13)
X Eita
(6:06)
YAMATO
(18:19)
Jimmy K-ness J.K.S. Shimizu
(8:14)
Kid
(6:19)
Fujii
(forfeit)
Eita
(6:06)
X YAMATO
(14:10)
YAMATO Shimizu
(3:34)
YAMATO
(14:13)
Fujii
(8:43)
YAMATO
(18:19)
YAMATO
(14:10)
X
Block B Ben-K Gamma Jimmy Susumu Kzy T-Hawk Yosuke♥Santa Maria
Ben-K X Gamma
(8:53)
Susumu
(6:30)
Kzy
(7:56)
T-Hawk
(11:49)
Ben-K
(8:27)
Gamma Gamma
(8:53)
X Susumu
(16:19)
Kzy
(7:57)
T-Hawk
(9:14)
Gamma
(7:39)
Jimmy Susumu Susumu
(6:30)
Susumu
(16:19)
X Draw
(20:00)
Susumu
(13:14)
Santa Maria
(12:26)
Kzy Kzy
(7:56)
Kzy
(7:57)
Draw
(20:00)
X T-Hawk
(11:49)
Kzy
(11:33)
T-Hawk T-Hawk
(11:49)
T-Hawk
(9:14)
Susumu
(13:14)
T-Hawk
(11:49)
X T-Hawk
(11:15)
Yosuke♥Santa Maria Ben-K
(8:27)
Gamma
(7:39)
Santa Maria
(12:26)
Kzy
(11:33)
T-Hawk
(11:15)
X
Block C CIMA Takashi Yoshida Jimmy Kagetora Naruki Doi Ryo "Jimmy" Saito Takehiro Yamamura
CIMA X Double Countout
(7:45)
CIMA
(13:07)
CIMA
(16:25)
CIMA
(16:22)
Yamamura
(6:00)
Takashi Yoshida Double Countout
(7:45)
X Kagetora
(12:48)
Doi
(11:20)
Saito
(13:15)
Yoshida
(7:51)
Jimmy Kagetora CIMA
(13:07)
Kagetora
(12:48)
X Doi
(13:06)
Kagetora
(8:10)
Draw
(20:00)
Naruki Doi CIMA
(16:25)
Doi
(11:20)
Doi
(13:06)
X Draw
(20:00)
Doi
(15:25)
Ryo "Jimmy" Saito CIMA
(16:22)
Saito
(13:15)
Kagetora
(8:10)
Draw
(20:00)
X Saito
(10:33)
Takehiro Yamamura Yamamura
(6:00)
Yoshida
(7:51)
Draw
(20:00)
Doi
(15:25)
Saito
(10:33)
X
Block D BxB Hulk El Lindaman Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Jimmy Kanda Masaaki Mochizuki Shingo Takagi
BxB Hulk X Hulk
(12:58)
H.A.Gee.Mee
(8:23)
Hulk
(9:03)
Hulk
(13:28)
Takagi
(19:41)
El Lindaman Hulk
(12:58)
X H.A.Gee.Mee!!
(8:47)
Lindaman
(8:28)
Mochizuki
(10:49)
Takagi
(12:35)
Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! H.A.Gee.Mee
(8:23)
H.A.Gee.Mee
(8:47)
X Kanda
(6:11)
Mochizuki
(8:36)
Takagi
(10:22)
Jimmy Kanda Hulk
(9:03)
Lindaman
(8:28)
Kanda
(6:11)
X Kanda
(11:21)
Takagi
(13:47)
Masaaki Mochizuki Hulk
(13:28)
Mochizuki
(10:49)
Mochizuki
(8:36)
Kanda
(11:21)
X Mochizuki
(13:11)
Shingo Takagi Takagi
(19:41)
Takagi
(12:35)
Takagi
(10:22)
Takagi
(13:47)
Mochizuki
(13:11)
X
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Eita Pin
B1 T-Hawk 14:13
B1 T-Hawk Pin
C1 Naruki Doi 23:50
C1 Naruki Doi Pin
D1 Shingo Takagi 19:03

Open The Triangle Gate Championship #1 Contender Tournament (2017)Edit

Semifinals Final
      
MaxiMuM MaxiMuM
(Big R Shimizu, Ben-K and Kotoka)
Pin
Over Generation Over Generation
Eita, Gamma and Takehiro Yamamura
7:07
MaxiMuM MaxiMuM
(Big R Shimizu, Ben-K and Kotoka)
Pin
Jimmy Logo v2 Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
10:44
Jimmy Logo v2 Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
Pin
Tribe Vanguard3 Tribe Vanguard
BxB Hulk, Kzy and Yosuke♥Santa Maria
11:43

5 Units Survival RaceEdit

Final standings
Units Points
MaxiMuM 17
Tribe Vanguard 17
Over Generation 15
Jimmyz 15
VerserK 15
Results Jimmyz VerserK Over Generation Tribe Vanguard MaxiMuM Total
Wins:
Total
Losses:
Jimmyz X 6-4 5-2 3-5 3-5 15 17
VerserK 4-6 X 2-4 5-3 4-7 15 17
Over Generation 3-5 4-3 X 4-4 4-4 15 16
Tribe Vanguard 5-3 3-5 4-4 X 5-3 17 15
MaxiMuM 5-3 7-4 4-4 3-5 X 17 14
Loser Disbands match
   
4 Jimmyz (Jimmy Susumu, Jimmy Kanda, Jimmy K-ness J.K.S., Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) Pin
5 VerserK (Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk, El Lindaman, Takashi Yoshida and Punch Tominaga) 34:11

Early Christmas Tag Team TournamentEdit

  First round
(December 1)
Semifinals
(December 2)
Finals
(December 3)
                           
   North Tribe 001
(BxB Hulk and Kzy)
Pin  
 Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka 17:09  
   North Tribe 001
(BxB Hulk and Kzy)
Pin  
   VerserK
(Shingo Takagi and Yasushi Kanda)
15:24  
 Don Fujii and Ryo Saito Pin
   VerserK
(Shingo Takagi and Yasushi Kanda)
15:43  
     North Tribe 001
(BxB Hulk and Kzy)
Pin
   VerserK
(Eita and T-Hawk)
19:18
   VerserK
(Eita and T-Hawk)
Pin  
 MaxiMuM
(Ben-K and Masato Yoshino)
13:30  
   VerserK
(Eita and T-Hawk)
Pin
   MaxiMuM
(Big R Shimizu and Naruki Doi)
16:49  
 Tribe Vanguard
(YAMATO and Yosuke♡Santa Maria)
Pin
   MaxiMuM
(Big R Shimizu and Naruki Doi)
10:12  


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