DGUSA Untouchable

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Untouchable featured six professional wrestling matches that involved different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines. Wrestlers were portrayed as either villains or heroes in the scripted events that build tension and culminate into a wrestling match or series of matches.

As part of Dragon Gate USA's talent exchange agreement with independent promotion, Chikara, wrestlers from either company can work in either vicinity.[1] At Enter The Dragon/Open the Historic Gate two months prior, Mike Quackenbush, after competing in an eight-man tag team match, came to the ring following his match to give a monologue, known as a promo, to the live crowd in attendance, only to be interrupted by rival from DGUSA, Yamato, leading to an assault, which saw Quackenbush's ally, Jigsaw, come to his aide, which prompted Gran Akuma, to interfere himself, aiding Yamato; this prompted a tag team match between the two respective alliances at Untouchable.

Another match announced for the show was independent wrestler Bryan Danielson against Dragon Gate Open the Dream Gate Champion Naruki Doi, who is often deemed the "ace" of the company's Japanese counterpart. This would be one of Danielson's last matches on the independent circuit before signing with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Conversely, Brian Kendrick was recently released from WWE, and made one of his first appearances back on the independent circuit against CIMA.

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2009[edit]

Untouchable 2009
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Information
Promotion Dragon Gate USA
Date September 6, 2009[2]
(aired November 6, 2009[3])
Venue Congress Theater
City Chicago, Illinois
Pay-per-view chronology
Enter The Dragon Untouchable 2009 Freedom Fight
Untouchable chronology
Untouchable 2009 Untouchable 2010

Untouchable / Open The Untouchable Gate was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by Dragon Gate USA that was taped September 6, 2009 at the Congress Theater in Chicago, Illinois and aired on November 6, 2009.[4]

# Results[2] Stipulations
Dark Johnny Gargano defeated Arik Cannon, Flip Kendrick, Hallowicked, Mustafa Ali, Great Malaki, Louis Lyndon and Shiima Xion Fray
1 Dragon Kid defeated Masato Yoshino Singles match
2 Mike Quackenbush and Jigsaw defeated YAMATO and Gran Akuma Tag team match
3 Naruki Doi defeated Bryan Danielson Singles match
4 CIMA defeated Brian Kendrick Singles match
5 Davey Richards defeated Shingo Singles match
6 Real Hazard (Ryo Saito and Genki Horiguchi) defeated The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) Tag Team match

2010[edit]

Untouchable 2010
Information
Promotion Dragon Gate USA
Date September 25th, 2010
(aired November 12, 2010)
Venue Congress Theater
City Chicago, Illinois
Pay-per-view chronology
Enter The Dragon 2010 Untouchable 2010 Way Of The Ronin
Untouchable chronology
Untouchable 2009 Untouchable 2010 Untouchable 2011

Untouchable / Open The Untouchable Gate was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by Dragon Gate USA that was taped September 25, 2010 at the Congress Theater in Chicago, Illinois and aired on November 12, 2010.

# Results[2] Stipulations
1 BxB Hulk defeated Mike Quackenbush, Akira Tozawa 3Way Match
2 Brodie Lee and Jigsaw defeated Da Soul Touchaz Handicap Match
3 Shingo defeated Dragon Kid Singles match
4 Jon Moxley defeated Jimmy Jacobs Chicago Street Fight match
5 Chuck Taylor defeated Drake Younger, Johnny Gargano, Rich Swann Four Way Freestyle match
6 CIMA & Ricochet defeated Masato Yoshino & Naruki Doi Tag Team match
7 Bryan Danielson defeated YAMATO Singles match

2011[edit]

Untouchable 2011
Information
Promotion Dragon Gate USA
Date September 10th, 2011
(aired September 10th, 2011)
Venue Congress Theater
City Chicago, Illinois
Pay-per-view chronology
Chasing The Dragon Untouchable 2011 Way Of The Ronin 2011
Untouchable chronology
Untouchable 2010 Untouchable 2011

Untouchable / Open The Untouchable Gate was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by Dragon Gate USA that was taped September 10, 2011 at the Congress Theater in Chicago, Illinois and aired live.

# Results[2] Stipulations
Dark Silas Young defeated Sugar Dunkerton, ACH, Facade, Gregory Iron, others FRAY!
1 Caleb Konley & Scott Reed defeated Alex Castle & Matt Cage Tag Team Discovery match
2 Jon Davis defeated Rich Swann Singles match
3 PAC defeated Ricochet Singles match
4 AR Fox & Sabu defeated Arik Cannon & Pinkie Sanchez Tag Team match
5 Johnny Gargano defeated Akira Tozawa Singles match
6 Sami Callihan defeated Naruki Doi, Chuck Taylor (wrestler), Masato Yoshino Stable Battle Four Way Scramble
7 YAMATO defeated CIMA Open the Freedom Gate Championship match

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