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Millenials
Millenials
Stable
Members Eita
T-Hawk
U-T
Yosuke♥Santa Maria
Flamita
Kotoka
El Lindaman
Rocky Lobo
Debut July 21, 2013
Disbanded August 6, 2015
Promotion(s) Dragon Gate

Millenials was one of the face stables, in the Dragon Gate promotion. It was formed in July 21, 2013 and the stable disbanded in August 6, 2015. During its run, the group consisted of Eita, T-Hawk, U-T, Yosuke Santa Maria, Flamita, Kotoka, El Lindaman and Rocky Lobo.

HistoryEdit

In 2012 following Eita last match in Dragon Gate he traveled to Mexico to work for Dragon Gate's affiliated promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG) and later following the last match Mr. Pii Pii Tomakomai Penguin he worked as "Tomahawk" in 2013. On April 12 it was supposed to Yuta Tanaka debut in Dragon Gate but a few hours he decided to accompanied Tomahawk and Eita to Mexico, where he debuted for DTU. On July 21, 2013, Eita, T-Hawk and U-T, formed a new stable named Millennials, announced their impending return to Dragon Gate.[1] The stable made its debut appearance on August 23 at The Gate of Generation.[2][3] They were later joined by Mexican wrestlers Flamita and Rocky Lobo. This led also to be joined by Yosuke Watanabe who renamed to himself Yosuke Santa Maria adopting the gimmick an exótico, man who fights in drag, incorporating dancing, feminine costumes. During September, Eita and T-Hawk won the 2013 Summer Adventure Tag League, defeating BxB Hulk and YAMATO in the finals on September 28 to become the provisional Open the Twin Gate Champions.[4] On November 3, Eita and T-Hawk defeated previous champions, Dragon Kid and K-ness, to become the official Open the Twin Gate Champions.[5] On December 5, Eita, T-Hawk and one of Millennials newest members, Mexican wrestler Flamita, defeated Mad Blankey (BxB Hulk, Cyber Kong and YAMATO) to win the Open the Triangle Gate Championship.[6] However, just three days later, Eita and T-Hawk lost the Open the Twin Gate Championship to Naruki Doi and YAMATO.[7] On December 22, Millennials lost the Open the Triangle Gate Championship to the Jimmyz (Jimmy Susumu, Mr. Kyu Kyu Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) in a three-way elimination match, which also included We Are Team Veteran (CIMA, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki).[8]

On March 16, 2014, Eita, T-Hawk and U-T defeated the Jimmyz (Jimmy Kanda, Jimmy Susumu and Mr. Kyu Kyu Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka Dolphin) to win the Open the Triangle Gate Championship.[9] On May 9 to May 31 T-Hawk and Eita participated in the 2014 King of Gate and Eita lost to Masato Yoshino at first round and T-Hawk came all the way into the finals but he lost to Jimmy Susumu. Eita, T-Hawk and U-T lost the Open the Triangle Gate Championship to Mad Blankey (Cyber Kong, Kzy and Naruki Doi) on June 14. On July 20, Eita and T-Hawk defeated Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi to win the Open the Twin Gate Championship.[10] On September 5 to September 23 Eita and T-Hawk took part of the 2014 Summer Adventure Tag League and they finished their block with 6 points with 3 victories and 1 draw advancing to the semifinals and they defeated Tozawa and Takagi to advance to the finals but they lost to Jimmy Kagetora and Jimmy Susumu. Eita and T-Hawk lost the Open the Twin Gate Championship to Cima and Gamma on November 2, before regaining it on December 3. On December 28, Eita and T-Hawk lost the Open the Twin Gate Championship to Cyber Kong and Yamato. Four days later, the Millennials defeated We Team Veteran forcing them to disband, if the Millennials had lost they would have been deported to Mexico. Following Flamita vacating the Open the Brave Gate Championship and abandoning the title in the ring, Maria entered a tournament to crown a new winner but on January 1, 2015, she lost to Dr. Muscle in the first round.

On January 16, 2015 Kotoka and Yuga Hayashi (later renamed himself to El Lindaman) officially joined the stable. On February 4, Santa Maria Won the Open the Owarai Gate Championship by defeating Jimmy Kanda via fan support. On March 29 Santa Maria lost the title to Akira Tozawa via fan support. On May 8 to May 30 T-Hawk participated in the 2015 King of Gate and he came all the way into the finals losing to Masato Yoshino. On August 6, 2015, Millennials lost a three-way match also including Jimmyz and MAD BLANKEY, and as a result, they were forced to disband.[11][12]

Aftermath Edit

After the Millennials disbanding, Eita remained together with former Millennials stablemate Kotoka, with the two starting a feud with T-Hawk, whom they blamed for the dissolution of the stable. Later, on November 8, 2017, Eita, Lindaman and T-Hawk reunited after Eita rejoined VerserK, while U-T joined Tribe Vanguard on November 28, reuniting with Yousuke Santa Maria and Flamita.

Championships and accomplishments Edit

GalleryEdit

References Edit

  1. "Millennials coming soon...!?" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. YouTube. July 24, 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0qlN3iSWdM. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  2. "8/23 Gate of Generation". iHeartDG. August 23, 2013. http://iheartdg.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1377248887&template=Default&#disqus_thread. Retrieved August 23, 2013.
  3. "????????????????Yamato???????DG??????!???????????!???????????!" (in Japanese). Battle News. August 23, 2013. http://battle-news.com/battle/2013/08/001926.php. Retrieved August 24, 2013.
  4. "Summer Adventure Tag League 2013" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2013/0928.html. Retrieved October 1, 2013.
  5. "The Gate of Destiny 2013" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2013/1103.html. Retrieved November 4, 2013.
  6. (in Japanese) Battle News. December 6, 2013. http://battle-news.com/battle/2013/12/002049.php. Retrieved December 5, 2013.
  7. "Fantastic Gate" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2013/1208.html. Retrieved December 15, 2013.
  8. "The Final Gate 2013" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. Gaora. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2013/1222.html. Retrieved December 22, 2013.
  9. "Memorial Gate 2014 in ???" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. Gaora. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2014/0316.html. Retrieved March 16, 2014.
  10. (in Japanese) Tokyo Sports. 2014-07-21. http://www.tokyo-sports.co.jp/prores/mens_prores/292262/. Retrieved 2014-07-21.
  11. "Scandal Gate in Tokyo" (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. Gaora. http://www.gaora.co.jp/dragongate/data/result/2015/0806.html. Retrieved August 7, 2015.
  12. (in Japanese) Battle News. August 7, 2015. http://battle-news.com/?p=12606. Retrieved August 7, 2015.
  13. (in Japanese) Battle News. December 6, 2013. http://battle-news.com/battle/2013/12/002049.php. Retrieved December 5, 2013.

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