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The Dragon Gate roster gathered to open their first show since the Toryumon split.

The Open Gate Tour is the very first tour of Dragon Gate shows. It would mark the official debut of the promotion following the split with Ultimo Dragon and the Toryumon promotions. The tour ran over the course of 24 nights from July 10, 2004 to August 29, 2004. Matches from these shows would be featured in the first three episodes of Dragon Gate Infinity on Gaora Network and two of the events would air live on pay-per-view through Battle Station.

Open Gate IEdit

Date: July 10, 2004
Venue: Chatan Park Indoor Gymnasium - Chatan, Okinawa, Japan
Attendance: 1,600

The very first Dragon Gate show.

# Results Stipulations Times
1 Kenichiro Arai, Masaaki Mochizuki, Second Doi, and Susumu Yokosuka defeated Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi, Magnum Tokyo, and Ryo Saito Eight-Man Tag Team Match 15:21
2 Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa defeated Naoki Tanizaki and Stalker Ichikawa by Disqualification Tag Team Match 7:00
3 Anthony W. Mori defeated Super Shisa Singles Match 10:01
4 Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO defeated Shogo Takagi and Toru Owashi Tag Team Match 12:11
5 CIMA, Don Fujii, and TARU defeated "brother" YASSHI, Shuji Kondo, and Takuya Sugawara Six-Man Tag Team Match 14:33
6 Super Shisa won the Beach Tower Okinawa Opening Commemoration Battle Royal
- Order of Elimination: Genki Horiguchi, Keni'chiro Arai, Second Doi, Anthony W. Mori, Shuji Kondo, "brother" YASSHI, Magnum TOKYO, Daniel Mishima, Michael Iwasa, Toru Owashi, Don Fujii, Masaaki Mochizuki, Susumu Yokosuka, TARU, YOSSINO, CIMA, Milano Collection AT, Dragon Kid, Ryo Saito, Naoki Tanizaki, Stalker Ichikawa, Takuya Sugawara
- Shisa pinned Takagi in 24:36
Dragon Scramble 24:36

Open Gate IIEdit

Date: July 16, 2004
Venue: Kokurakita Gyam - Fukuoka, Japan

The match between Magnum TOKYO and Naoki Tanizaki was the first match in the Naoki Tanizaki Road to Do FIXER - Surfing 10 Match Series.

The 2-on-1 Handicap Match, the Surfing Series Match, and the main event six-man tag team match would be featured in the first episode of Dragon Gate Infinity.

# Results Stipulations Times
1 Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka defeated Dragon Kid and Genki Horiguchi Tag Team Match 13:24
2 Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa defeated Second Doi by Disqualification 2-on-1 Handicap Match 6:14
3 Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO defeated Shogo Takagi and Takuya Sugawara Tag Team Match 11:03
4 Magnum Tokyo defeated Naoki Tanizaki Singles Match 5:55
5 CIMA, Don Fujii, and SUWA defeated "brother" YASSHI, Shuji Kondo, and Toru Owashi Six-Man Tag Team Match 16:01

Open Gate IIIEdit

Date: July 17, 2004
Venue: Nobeoka Gymnasium - Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan

The match between Toru Owashi and Naoki Tanizaki was the second match in the Naoki Tanizaki Road to Do FIXER - Surfing 10 Match Series.

The Surfing Series Match, the Aargan Iisou and Final M2K tag team match, and the main event six-man tag team match would be featured in the first episode of Dragon Gate Infinity

# Results Stipulations Times
1 Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO defeated Shogo Takagi and Takuya Sugawara Tag Team Match 11:47
2 Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa defeated Second Doi by Disqualification 2-on-1 Handicap Match 7:12
3 Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka defeated "brother" YASSHI and Shuji Kondo Tag Team Match 11:19
4 Toru Owashi defeated Naoki Tanizaki Singles Match 9:26
5 CIMA, Don Fujii, and SUWA defeated Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi, and Magnum Tokyo Six-Man Tag Team Match 18:37

Open Gate IVEdit

Date: July 18, 2004
Venue: NCC&Studio - Nagasaki, Japan

The match between SUWA and Naoki Tanizaki was the third match in the Naoki Tanizaki Road to Do FIXER - Surfing 10 Match Series.

# Results Stipulations Times
1 Dragon Kid and Magnum Tokyo defeated Shogo Takagi and Takuya Sugawara Tag Team Match 10:21
2 Daniel Mishima and Michael Iwasa defeated Genki Horiguchi by Disqualification 2-on-1 Handicap Match 6:48
3 Milano Collection AT and YOSSINO defeated CIMA and Don Fujii Tag Team Match 10:12
4 SUWA defeated Naoki Tanizaki Singles Match 6:16
5 "brother" YASSHI, Shuji Kondo, and Toru Owashi defeated Masaaki Mochizuki, Second Doi, and Susumu Yokosuka
- Mochizuki and Owashi double over the top rope
- YASSHI threw Susumu over the top rope
- Doi pinned YASSHI
- Kondo pinned Doi in 15:12
Six-Man Tag Team Elimination Match 15:12

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