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The Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere is a battle royal established by DDT Pro-Wrestling promotion in 2012. The holder of the contracts have a rule that only in matches they can loose their contracts (if the holder of the contract is pinned, submmitted or even by TKO the contract is passed to the opponents that got the win. This needs to be in a professional wrestling match and not at anytime) it's similar to due WWE's Money in the Bank, where the prize in the match is a elbow pad containing a contract for a championship match, which can be "cashed in" by the holder of the briefcase at any point in the year following their victory.

The first matches were contested in 2012 and the winners of their contracts could get any championship match, for one of DDT Championships.

HistoryEdit

2012Edit

This was invented by the DDT general manager Amon Tsurumi on March 2012. At the end of march Tsurumi announced that the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere would be a Royal Rumble at the April Fool event. Then Tsurumi announced that the match had a bonus of having five seperate envelopes hanging above the ring. Inside each envelope was a contract. The first competitor to grab hold of an envelope would won the prized contract kept inside. Nobody knowed which envelope contains which contract.

Then the contract holder could choose a championship match for any of DDT Championships including the KO-D Openweight Championship, DDT Extreme Division Championship or the KO-D Tag Team Championship (if the holder choosed a partner) or becoming the next Ken Ohka at anytime. Then later on April Fool the Royal Rumble served to crown the first holders to have the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere. The winners of each respective matches were Yuji Hino, Masa Takanashi, DJ Nira, Keita Yano and Tomomitsu Matsunaga. Later that nigh, Takanashi successfully cashed in his newly won Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere on Sanshiro Takagi to become the new KO-D Openweight Champion. On May 4 Hino successfully cashed in his Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere on Takanashi to become the new KO-D Openweight Champion. Then Tomomitsu Matsunaga who also won the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere choosed GENTARO to be his partner and both unsuccessfully challenged Hino and Yasu Urano on June 3 for the KO-D Tag Team Championship. Meanwhile, Makoto Oishi won the Ken Ohka Anytime, Anywhere contract to become Ken Ohka when he wanted and on July 29 DJ Nira who was also an holder of the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere unsuccessfully challenged Kota Ibushi for the KO-D Openweight Championship.

2013Edit

The following year, Yukio Sakaguchi, Sanshiro Takagi, Keisuke Ishii, HARASHIMA and DJ Nira became the holders of the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere. Then Takagi lost his Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere to Yasu Urano. This followed up with Urano losing his contract to Akito. Then on March 31, Akito lost his contract to Makoto Oishi and Urano pinned Ishii in a match to win his contract. Later Oishi cashed in his contract on the KO-D Openweight Champion Shigehiro Irie and Irie managed to retain his title. Then on April 10 Takagi defeated Nira to win his contract. However Nira on his contract back three days later and HARASHIMA lost his contract to MIKAMI and Sakaguchi unsucessfully challenged Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship. The following day, Nira lost his contract to El Samurai. Urano then lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki. Ishii regained his contract from Urano on May 26. Emi Sakura became the first female to win the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contract. Then on June 23 Sasaki and Ishii cashed in their contract unsucessfully challenging Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Samurai was the only wrestler to cash in his contract. Yuji Okabayashi also had an contract and he also unsucessfully challenged Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.

2014Edit

In 2014 the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere started in March intead of April. At the Judgement PPV, Akito, Tetsuya Endo, Masa Takanashi, Kazuki Hirata, Guanchulo and Super Sasadango Machine became the contract holders. Then Hirata won Takanashi contract and Hirata lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki. Then Shigehiro Irie also won a contract defeating Endo. Honda then won two contracts defeating Guanchalo and Endo. Then Endo won one of Honda's contracts back. On April 29 Honda lost his remaining contract to Yasu Urano and Endo lost his contract to HARASHIMA. At the main event, Akito unsucessfully challenged Kudo for the KO-D Openweight Championship. After the match Urano cashed in his contract, but he ended up losing to Kudo. On May 21 HARASHIMA cashed in his contract defeating Kudo to win the KO-D Openweight Championship and becoming the second wrestler to successfully cashing in his contract. Irie then lost his contract to Makoto Oishi. Urano then won Oishi's contract. On June 29 Urano lost his contract to Kenny Omega. Later that night Machine cashed in his contract unsucessfully challenging HARASHIMA for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Then on August Omega cashed in his contract unsucessfully challenging HARASHIMA for the KO-D Openweight Championship. The match also included Isami Kodaka.

2015Edit

On the next year, the contract holders were Tetsuya Endo, Yasu Urano, Masa Takanashi, Kazusada Higuchi and Antonio Honda. Endo and Takanashi's contracts were different, Endo was for a championship match at the King of Dark Championship and Takanashi's contract was to held his own show. Endo couldn't had his championship due to a foot injury. Then another contract was on the line in another battle royal. Instead of having a battle royal Endo contract was awarded to Hiroshi Fukuda. However Fukuda lost his contract to Yoshihiko. On April 26 Yoshihiko's contract changed hands three times after Yoshihiko was defeated by Tomomitsu Matsunaga. Then Matsunaga was pinned by DJ Nira and then Nira was defeated by Saki Akai. On April 29 Kudo won Honda's contract and Daisuke Sasaki won Urano's contract. On May 24 Kudo won one of Sasaki's contract and Higuchi unsucessfully cashed in his contract against HARASHIMA failling to win the KO-D Openweight Championship. On May 24 Danshoku Dino then won Sasaki's contracts. Dino lost one of his contracts against Ken Ohka and the other to Masa Takanashi. On June 28 Urano won Takahashi contract. Later that night Urano cashed in his contract against Kudo. During the match, Ohka suddenly appeared cashed in his contract and he managed to win the KO-D Openweight Championship. However while Ohka was celebrating Kudo sucessfully cashed in his remaining contract defeating Ohka for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Kudo became the first wrestler to sucessfully cashed in the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere twice.

2016Edit

In 2016 the original holders became Kazusada Higuchi, Ken Ohka, Tomomitsu Matsunaga and Toru Owashi. Then another battle royal was made of another Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contract. This led on March 26 Saki Akai, Danshoku Dino and Antonio Honda becoming the new holders. Later that night Ohka failed to cash in his contract losing to reigning KO-D Openweight Champion HARASHIMA. Then Kouki Iwasaki won Matsunaga's contract, Mizuki Watase won Akai's contract Watase then lost his contract to Danshoku Dino and Honda lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki. One was transferred over to Makoto Oishi and then Oishi lost his contract to Yukio Sakaguchi. On May 8 Sakaguchi failed to cash in his contract being defeated by Sasaki at his KO-D Openweight Championship title match. Then the other contract that Dino had was also transferred over to Oishi again. The Oishi lost his contract to Kazuki Hirata. Hirata then lost his contract to Guanchulo in which Guanchulo lost to Mizuke Watase. Then Dino lost his remaing contract to Yuko Miyamoto. Higuchi lost his cotract to Tetsuya Endo on July 3. Then Miyamoto, Owashi and Endo unsucessfully challenged Konosuke Takeshita for the KO-D Openweight Championship. on three different occassions.

2017Edit

In this year of 2017 the Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contract started in April instead of March. The winners of the originals contracts where Royce Isaacs, Akito, Keisuke Ishii, Yoshihiro Takayama and Shigehiro Irie. This happened on April 8, in this night Akito cashed in his contract unsucessfully challenging Konosuke Takeshita for the KO-D Openweight Championship. HARASHIMA then won Irie's contracts. However HARASHIMA lost this contract to Kazusada Higuchi. Isaacs lost his contract to Sanshiro Takagi, but then won it back. Kazuki Hirata and Nobuhiro Shimatani also had contract. Then Hirata and Isaacs lost their contracts to Makoto Oishi. Shimatani lost his contract to Naomi Yoshimura. Takayama then lost his contract to Yasu Urano. Urano then cashed in his contract unsuccessfully challeging Konosuke Takeshita for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Then Takeshita won Higuchi contract but then Takeshita lost his contract to Mike Bailey and Mad Paulie won Oishi's contract, but he would loose his contract back to Keisuke Ishii. Ishii, Bailey and Yoshimura all cashed in on Takeshita but Takeshita managed to retain the title all times.

MatchesEdit

Cash-in matches Edit

Won match and title. Lost match Never used the contract Lost contract Won and Lost contract

Record Edit

Championship Successful cash-ins Attempts %
KO-D Openweight Championship 7 30 .233
KO-D Tag Team Championship 0 1 .000
Total 7 31 .226

2012Edit

No. Contact Holder Status Date Location Event Results
1 Masa Takanashi Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 1, 2012 Tokyo April Fool 2012 Takanashi defeated Sanshiro Takagi to win the KO-D Openweight Championship.
2 Yuji Hino Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 4, 2012 Tokyo Max Bump 2012 Hino defeated Takanashi to win the KO-D Openweight Championship
3 DJ Nira Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship July 29, 2012 Tokyo Beer Garden Fight 2012 Nira failed to defeat Kota Ibushi for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
4 Keita Yano Set up a DDT show April 1, 2012 Tokyo April Fool Yano used the contract to made his show between DDT and Pro Wrestling Wallabee on July 1.
5 Tomomitsu Matsunaga Opportunity with the GENTARO for the KO-D Tag Team Championship June 3, 2012 Tokyo Dramatic 2012 June Special Matsunga choosed GENTARO to be his partner an both unsucessfully challenged Crying Wolf (Yasu Urano and Yuji Hino) for the KO-D Tag Team Championship.
6 Makoto Oishi Could be the next Ken Ohka anytime April 1, 2012 Tokyo April Fool Oishi never used his contract.

2013Edit

No. Contact Holder Date Location Event Results
1 Yukio Sakaguchi April 13, 2013 Tokyo April Fool 2013 Sakaguchi unsucessfully challenged Shigehiro Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
2 Sanshiro Takagi March 24, 2013 Sendai Judgment Series 2013 in Sendai Lost his contract to Yasu Urano.
3 Keisuke Ishii June 23, 2013 Tokyo What Are You Doing 2013 Won and lost his contract and then unsucessfully challenged Shigehiro Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
4 HARASHIMA April 13, 2013 Tokyo April Fool 2013 Lost his contract to MIKAMI.
5 DJ Nira May 11, 2013 Tokyo Gatoh Move Japan Tour.40 Won and lost his contract back three times.
6 Makoto Oishi March 31, 2013 Osaka Osaka 24 Zone Tour Oishi unsucessfully challenged Shigehiro Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
7 Yasu Urano May 26, 2013 Hiroshima Road to Ryogoku in Hiroshima Lost his contract to Keisuke Ishii.
8 Akito March 31, 2013 Osaka Osaka 24 Zone Tour Lost his contract to Makoto Oishi.
9 Kazuki Hirata June 15, 2013 Yokohama BJW Nigiwai Theatre Hirata won the contract as El Samurai. Lost his contract to Yuji Okabayashi.
10 MIKAMI April 13, 2013 Tokyo April Fool 2013 MIKAMI never used his contract.
11 Daisuke Sasaki June 23, 2013 Tokyo What Are You Doing 2013 Sasaki unsucessfully challenged Shigehiro Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
12 Yuji Okabayashi July 21, 2013 Tokyo Road To Ryogoku 2 Days In 2013 Okabayashi unsucessfully challenged Shigehiro Irie for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
13 Emi Sakura May 11, 2013 Tokyo Gatoh Move Japan Tour.40 Sakura never used her contract.

2014Edit

No. Contact Holder Status Date Location Event Results
1 Akito Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2014 Tokyo Max Bump 2014  Akito unsucessfully challenged Kudo for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
2 Tetsuya Endo Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2014 Tokyo Max Bump 2014 Lost his contract to HARASHIMA. Then he won it back from Antonio Honda.
3 Masa Takanashi Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship March 29, 2014 Tokyo All Night Entertaniment Lost his contract to Kazuki Hirata.
4 Kazuki Hirata Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship March 29, 2014 Tokyo All Night Entertaniment Lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki
Won Masa Takanashi's contract. However Hirata never used it.
5 Guanchulo A match against Kikutaro March 30, 2014 Tokyo Sanshiro Takagi All-Night Shin-Kiba  Failed to defeat Kikutaro in a singles match.
6 Super Sasadango Machine Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship June 29 2014 Tokyo King of DDT 2014 Machine unsucessfully challenged HARASHIMA for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
7 Daisuke Sasaki Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship March 29, 2014 Tokyo All Night Entertaniment Won Kazuki Hirata's contract. Sasaki never used the contract.
8 Shigehiro Irie Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 29, 2014 Tokyo Road to Ryogoku in Tansu Lost his contract to Makoto Oishi.
9 Antonio Honda Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 20, 2014 (Endo)
April 29, 2014 (Urano)
Kagoshima (Endo)
Tokyo (Urano)
Road To Ryogoku In Kagoshima (Endo)
Max Bump 2014 (Urano)
Lost his contracts to Yasu Urano and Tetsuya Endo.
10 Yasu Urano Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2014 (Kudo)
June 29, 2014 (Omega)
Tokyo Max Bump 2014 (Kudo)
King of DDT 2014 finals (Omega)
Urano unsucessfully challenged Kudo for the KO-D Openweight Championship
Won Makoto Oishi's contract and lost it to Kenny Omega.
11 HARASHIMA Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 25, 2014 Aichi Friendship, Effort, Victory! Won Tetsuya Endo's contract. Successfully cashed in his contract defeating Kudo to win the KO-D Openweight Chmpionship.
12 Makoto Oishi Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 11, 2014 Sapporo Road to Ryogoku in Sapporo Lost his contract to Yasu Urano.
13 Kenny Omega Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship August 17, 2014 Tokyo Ryogoku Peter Pan 2014 Omega unsucessfully challenged HARASHIMA for the KO-D Openweight Championship. The match also included Isami Kodaka.

2015Edit

No. Contact Holder Status Date Location Event Results
1 Tetsuya Endo Opportunity for the King of Dark Championship March 29, 2015 Tokyo Judegment 2015 Endo never recieve his championship match due to an injury.
2 Yasu Urano Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2015
June 28, 2015
Tokyo Max Bump 2015
King Of DDT 2015 Tokyo (Kudo)
Urano lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki.
Later Urano won Masa Takanashi and failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot against Kudo after Ken Ohka appeared and cashed in his contract and won the match.
3 Masa Takanashi Set up a DDT show and a opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship June 28, 2015 Tokyo King Of DDT 2015 Tokyo Takanashi hosted his show on July 22 and lost his contract to Yasu Urano.
4 Kazusada Higuchi Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 24, 2015 Sapporo Road to Ryogoku in Sapporo Urano lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki.
Higuchi failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to HARASHIMA.
5 Antonio Honda Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2015 Tokyo Max Bump 2015 Lost his contract to Kudo.
6 Hiroshi Fukuda Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 24, 2015 Chiba Super Pro Wrestling Day-1 Lost his contract to Yoshihiko.
7 Yoshihiko Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 26, 2015 Chiba Super Pro Wrestling Day-2 Lost his contract to Tomomitsu Matsunaga.
8 Tomomitsu Matsunaga Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 26, 2015 Chiba Super Pro Wrestling Day-2 Lost his contract to DJ Nira.
9 DJ Nira Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 26, 2015
April 29, 2015
Chiba
Tokyo
Super Pro Wrestling Day-2
Max Bump 2015
Lost his contract to Saki Akai and won it back
10 Saki Akai Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 26, 2015 Chiba Super Pro Wrestling Day-2 Lost her contract to DJ Nira.
11 Kudo Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 31, 2015
June 28, 2015
Tokyo Audience 2015
King Of DDT 2015 Tokyo
Won one of Daisuke Sasaki contracts. Sucessfully cashed in his contract defeating HARASHIMA to win the KO-D Openweight Championship.
Won one of Daisuke Sasaki contracts. After losing the KO-D Openweight Championship to Ken Ohka, Kudo cashed in his contract and defeated Ohka to become the new champion.
12 Daisuke Sasaki Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship April 29, 2015
May 24, 2015
Tokyo
Sapporo
Max Bump 2015
Thank You Teisen! Goodbye Teisen! ~With Love and Gratitude from DDT~
Won Yasu Urano's contract and also won battle royal which Urano took part to wins two contracts.
Lost his remaining contracts to Danshoku Dino.
13 Danshoku Dino Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship May 24, 2015 Sapporo Thank You Teisen! Goodbye Teisen! ~With Love and Gratitude from DDT~ Won Daisuke Sasaki's contracts but he never used those contracts.
14 Ken Ohka Opportunity for the KO-D Openweight Championship June 28, 2015 Tokyo King Of DDT 2015 Tokyo Sucessfully cashed in his contract during a match where Kudo faced Yasu Urano for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Ohka pinned Kudo to win the championship.

2016Edit

No. Contact Holder Date Location Event Results
1 Kazusada Higuchi April 24, 2016 Tokyo Max Bump 2016 Higuchi failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to HARASHIMA.
2 Ken Ohka March 23, 2016 Tokyo Dramatic 2016 March Special Ohka failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to HARASHIMA.
3 Tomomitsu Matsunaga March 21, 2016 Tokyo Jugdment 2016 Matsunaga never used his contract.
4 Toru Owashi August 8, 2016 Tokyo Beer Garden Fight 2016 ~DDT Day~ Owashi failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
5 Saki Akai March 23, 2016 Tokyo Dramatic 2016 March Special Won the contract in a battle royal. Akai never used her contract.
6 Danshoku Dino March 23, 2016 Tokyo Dramatic 2016 March Special Dino also won a contract in a battle royal. Won Kouki Iwasaki's contract. Dino never used his contract.
7 Antonio Honda April 16, 2016 Kanazawa Road To Ryogoku 2016 In Kanazawa Won the contract in a battle royal. Lost his contract to Daisuke Sasaki.
8 Kouki Iwasaki Unknown Unknown Unknown Defeated Mizuke Watase to win his contract. Lost his contract to Danshoku Dino.
9 Mizuke Watase Unknown Unknown Unknown Lost his contract to Kouki Iwasaki.
10 Makoto Oishi Unknown Unknown Unknown One of Danshoku Dino was tranfered over to Oishi. Oishi never used his contract.
11 Yukio Sakaguchi May 8, 2016 Sapporo Road To Ryogoku 2016 In Sapporo Sakaguchi failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Daisuke Sasaki.
12 Yuko Miyamoto July 3, 2016 Fukuoka Super Star Lane 2016 Miyamoto failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
13 Daisuke Sasaki April 24, 2016 Tokyo Max Bump 2016 After HARASHIMA finished defending his KO-D Openweight Championship against Kazusada Higuchi, Sasaki attacked HARASHIMA form behind applied him the Cross facelock submitting HARASHIMA and becoming the new champion
14 Tetsuya Endo July 17, 2016 Tokyo Road To Ryogoku 2016 Endo failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
15 Kazuki Hirata June 1, 2016 Tokyo BOYZ Dramatic Rain Special ~Onna Matsuri 11~  Lost his contract to Guanchulo.
16 Guanchulo June 12, 2016 Osaka King Of DDT 2016 Osaka  Lost his contract to Mizuke Watase.

2017Edit

No. Contact Holder Date Location Event Results
1 Royce Isaacs Apri 16, 2017 (Shimatani)
May 28, 2017 (Oshi)
Nakano (Shimatani)
Tokyo (Oishi)
Choshi Electric Rail X DDT Train Pro Wrestling (Shimatani)
Audience 2017 (Oishi)
Lost his contract to Nobuhiro Shimatani. Won later a contract
2 Akito April 8, 2017 Tokyo First Time Advance! 2017 Akito failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
3 Keisuke Ishii April 16, 2017 (Shimatani)
July 23, 2017 (Takeshita)
Nakano (Shimatani)
Tokyo (Takeshita)
Choshi Electric Rail X DDT Train Pro Wrestling (Shimatani)
Uchikomi! Presents Road To Ryogoku 2017 (Takeshita)
Lost his contract to Nobuhiro Shimatani. Won Mad Paulie's contract. Ishii failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
4 Yoshihiro Takayama May 4, 2017 Osaka Toyonaka Love Story 2017 Lost his contract to Yasu Urano by TKO after he was sidelined by a neck injury.
5 Shingehiro Irie April 22, 2017 Kyoto Road To Ryogoku 2017 Lost his contract to Kazuki Hirata.
6 HARASHIMA April 29, 2017 Tokyo Max Bump 2017 Lost his contract to Kazusada Higuchi.
7 Kazusada Higuchi May 14, 2017 Saitama Saitama Slam! Vol. 20 Won HARASHIMA's contract. Lost his contract to Konosuke Takeshita.
8 Sanshiro Takagi May 21, 2017 Sapporo Road To Ryogoku 2017 Won Makoto Oishi's contract. Lost his contract to Royce Isaacs.
9 Kazuki Hirata April 29, 2017 Tokyo Max Bump 2017 Won Shingehiro Irie's contract. Lost his contract to Makoto Oishi.
10 Yasu Urano May 28, 2017 Tokyo Audience 2017  Urano was awarded Yoshihiro Takayama's contract after Takayama was sidelined with a neck injury. Urano failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
11 Nobuhiro Shimatani April 16, 2017 (Guanchulo)
May 10, 2017 (Yoshimura)
Nakano (Guanchulo)
Tokyo (Yoshimura)
Choshi Electric Rail X DDT Train Pro Wrestling (Guanchulo)
Fighting Gig DNA EP.33 (Yoshimura)
Won Keisuke Ishii's and Royce Isaacs contracts. Lost his contracts to Guanchulo and Naomi Yoshimura.
12 Konosuke Takeshita June 4, 2017 Tokyo King Of DDT 2017 2nd Round Defeated Kazusada Higuchi to win his contract. Lost his contract to Mike Bailey.
13 Mike Bailey July 2, 2017 Tokyo Hello From Shinjuku Village 2017 Bailey defeated Konosuke Takeshita's contract Bailey failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
14 Mad Paulie June 25, 2017 Tokyo BLACK OUT Presents King Of DDT 2017 Final Round  Lost his contract to Keisuke Ishii.
15 Naomi Yoshimura July 23, 2017 Tokyo Uchikomi! Presents Road To Ryogoku 2017 Won Nobuhiro Shimatani's contract. Yoshimura failed to cash in his KO-D Openweight Championship shot losing to Konosuke Takeshita.
16 Guanchulo April 16, 2017 Nakano Electric Rail X DDT Train Pro Wrestling Won his contract from Royce Isaacs. Lost his contract to HARASHIMA.
17 Makoto Oishi May 4, 2017 (Takagi)
June 18, 2017 (Paulie)
Osaka (Takagi)
Matsuyama (Paulie)
Toyonaka Love Story 2017 (Takagi)
Wrestle Fest in Matsuyama 2017 (Paulie)
Won Kazuki Hirata's contract. Lost his contract to Sanshiro Takagi. Won Royce Isaacs contract.

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