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DDT English Update Sep 11
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DaMo Sep 17
2018-9-17 in Nagoya, Match 5: In a battle to determine the best/worst “old man,” Sakaguchi Yukio knocked out Tonomasoku Toba in a slightly confusing bout featuring kickboxing, MMA and wrestling rules.
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DaMo Sep 17
2018-9-17 in Nagoya, Match 7: Harashima and new KO-D Openweight Champion Satomura Meiko pick up the win over Irie Shigehiro and Watase Mizuki. Here, Satomura makes her entrance with everyone wanting to record the moment. Me included, of course.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Here MAO goes for additional leverage on an arm drag on Owashi Toru while Ueno Yuki looks on. Owashi and Ueno did their best to keep Hirata Kazuki from entering on their side, but much to their chagrin, he did and then picked up the pin.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
In a sad and lonely moment for Endo Tetsuya, he dragged himself to the corner for a tag, but neither Souma Takao nor Sasaki Daisuke were there to help out.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Here, Satomura Meiko sits outside the ring right in front of me and contemplates kicking Watase Mizuki in the face. She is probably also contemplating doing bad things to Irie Shigehiro. I don’t want to impose limits on her imagination...
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🎌🏯グレート太郎🏯🎌 Sep 11
A "U.S.A." chant at a show 😆
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Takahiro Masahiro does a... well, a painful maneuver involving pinching a nipple and then slapping down with your free hand. I’m not sure I want to know the technical name of this maneuver...
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🎌🏯グレート太郎🏯🎌 Sep 8
Alright, last night I had only 27 women in my roster, just from those from , then decided to expand it to every woman who's fought under the banner at least once that's available in the Workshop. I now stand at 91. Here's the current roster:
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
It turns out Satomura Meiko’s imagination came up with doing a Death Valley driver to Irie Shigehiro
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Here, Satomura hits Irie with an elbow as Watase watches on waiting his turn to get kicked in the face by the KO-D champion...
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Aaaand, there it is. Satomura Meiko’s knee meets Watase Mizuki’s face. This meeting which has been long fortold was amazingly satisfying.
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DaMo Sep 17
2018-9-17 in Nagoya, Match 3: This match is for the Video Production Team of DDTPro. Imanari Yumehito basically challenges Super Sasadango Machine and Fujioka Nori. If Imanari wins, they return to the team.
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DaMo Sep 17
2018-9-17 in Nagoya, Match 1: Takagi Sanshiro and Matsunaga Tomomitsu pick up the win over Shimatani Nobuhiro and Mad Polly. Here Takagi gets the crowd to cheer for Amuro Namie (who has recently retired from singing)
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
As Irie Shigehiro and Watase Mizuki look on, Satomura Meiko greets the audience.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
While Akito and Ino Yuki watch on with concern, Souma Takao does a double stomp to Takeshita Konosuke.
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🎌🏯グレート太郎🏯🎌 Sep 11
Be still my beating heart 😍😍😍 Wonderful Greatness - Part 1
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Fujioka needs a few pointers from Super Sasadango Machine (and Referee Matsui Yukinori) to properly apply a few of the holds on Imanari.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @ddtpro
Sadly for Fujioka, Imanari dodges his attempt at a “hurricane” attack and he delivers the attack to Super Sasadango Machine instead.
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DaMo Sep 17
Replying to @the_sasaki @ddtpro
In a surprise to exactly no one, Daisuke takes the fight against Takeshita Konosuke to the outside.
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