Furinkazan (professional wrestling)

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The Furinkazan is a professional wrestling tag team tournament held by Pro Wrestling Zero1. It was created in 2009.

It was preceded by the Passion Cup tag Tournament in 2008, which was won by Kohei Sato and Ryouji Sai.

The Furinkazan was originally held under a points system, with two points for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss. The team finishing atop the points standings were the winners. However, since 2012 the tournament has been held in a single-elimination format. Matches in the Fuzinkazan have a 30-minute time limit.

Results[edit]

List of winners[edit]

2009[edit]

The 2009 Furinkazan featured two blocks of five and ran from December 9 through December 19.[1] Winner, Akebono & Shinjiro Otani, went on to challenge and defeat Munenori Sawa & Ikuto Hidaka for NWA Intercontinental Tag Team titles.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Akebono & Shinjiro Otani 6 Masato Tanaka & Masaaki Mochizuki 6
Ikuto Hidaka & Munenori Sawa 5 Kohei Sato & KAMIKAZE 5
"Mr. X" Minoru Fujita & "Mr. XX" Takuya Sugawara 4 Shiro Koshinaka & Hajime Ohara 5
Steve Corino & Kintaro Kanemura 3 Rikiya Fudo & Shito Ueda 2
Ryouji Sai & Kenta Kakinuma 2 Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga 2
Block A Akebono
Otani
Corino
Kanemura
Fujita
Sugawara
Hidaka
Sawa
Sai
Kakinuma
Block B Fudo
Ueda
Koshinaka
Ohara
Oosugi
Senga
Sato
KAMIKAZE
Tanaka
Mochizuki
Akebono
Otani
X Akebono
Otani
(13:31)
Akebono
Otani
(14:59)
Hidaka
Sawa
(18:26)
Akebono
Otani
(16:45)
Fudo
Ueda
X Koshinaka
Ohara
(16:29)
Fudo
Ueda
(11:38)
Sato
KAMIKAZE
(17:29)
Tanaka
Mochizuki
(12:51)
Corino
Kanemura
Akebono
Otani
(13:31)
X Corino
Kanemura
(13:51)
Draw
(17:52)
Sai
Kakinuma
(19:31)
Koshinaka
Ohara
Koshinaka
Ohara
(16:29)
X Oosugi
Senga
(11:58)
Draw
(30:00)
Koshinaki
Ohara
(14:44)
Fujita
Sugawara
Akebono
Otani
(14:59)
Corino
Kanemura
(13:51)
X Fujita
Sugawara
(13:18)
Fujita
Sugawara
(14:43)
Oosugi
Senga
Fudo
Ueda
(11:38)
Oosugi
Senga
(11:58)
X Sato
KAMIKAZE
(13:48)
Tanaka
Mochizuki
(13:26)
Hidaka
Sawa
Hidaka
Sawa
(18:26)
Draw
(17:52)
Fujita
Sugawara
(14:26)
X Hidaka
Sawa
(15:07)
Sato
KAMIKAZE
Sato
KAMIKAZE
(17:29)
Draw
(30:00)
Sato
KAMIKAZE
(13:48)
X Tanaka
Mochizuki
(12:44)
Sai
Kakinuma
Akebono
Otani
(16:45)
Sai
Kakinuma
(19:31)
Fujita
Sugawara
(14:43)
Hidaka
Sawa
(15:07)
X Tanaka
Mochizuki
Tanaka
Mochizuki
(12:51)
Koshinaki
Ohara
(14:44)
Tanaka
Mochizuki
(13:26)
Tanaka
Mochizuki
(12:44)
X
Final
     
A1 Akebono & Otani Pin
B1 Tanaka & Mochizuki 17:34

2010[edit]

The 2010 Furinkazan featured two blocks of five and ran from December 11 through December 21. The tournament was contested for the vacant NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship.[2]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Kamikaze & Kohei Sato 8 Daisuke Sekimoto & Masato Tanaka 7
Akebono & Shinjiro Otani 6 Funaki & Yutaka Yoshie 6
Phil Davis & Sean Davis 2 Fujita Hayato & Ikuto Hidaka 5
Hikaru Sato and Munenori Sawa 2 Ryouji Sai & Shinsuke Watataka 2
Kintaro Kanemura and Takuya Sugawara 2 Dan Gorham aka Danny Miles & Yuzuru Saito 0
Block A Akebono
Otani
P.Davis
S.Davis
Kamikaze
K.Sato
Kanemura
Sugawara
Sawa
H.Sato
Block B Hayato
Hidaka
Funaki
Yoshie
Gorham
Saito
Sai
Wakataka
Sekimoto
Tanaka
Akebono
Otani
X Akebono
Otani
(14:47)
Kamikaze
K.Sato
(16:00)
Akebono
Otani
(16:10)
Akebono
Otani
(18:32)
Hayato
Hidaka
X Funaki
Yoshie
(16:29)
Hayato
Hidaka
(16:20)
Hayato
Hidaka
(17:10)
Draw
(30:00)
P.Davis
S.Davis
Akebono
Otani
(14:47)
X Kamikaze
K. Sato
(15:49)
Kanemura
Sugawara
(9:58)
P.Davis
S.Davis
(12:11)
Funaki
Yoshie
Funaki
Yoshie
(16:29)
X Funaki
Yoshie
(13:11)
Funaki
Yoshie
(13:59)
Sekimoto
Tanaka
(9:42)
Kamikaze
K.Sato
Kamikaze
K.Sato
(16:00)
Kamikaze
K. Sato
(15:49)
X Kamikaze
K. Sato
(15:42)
Kamikaze
K.Sato
(20:59)
Gorham
Saito
Hayato
Hidaka
(16:20)
Funaki
Yoshie
(13:11)
X Sai
Wakataka
(9:41)
Sekimoto
Tanaka
(15:28)
Kanemura
Sugawara
Akebono
Otani
(16:10)
Kanemura
Sugawara
(9:58)
Kamikaze
K. Sato
(15:42)
X Sawa
H.Sato
(14:12)
Sai
Wakataka
Hayato
Hidaka
(17:10)
Funaki
Yoshie
(13:59)
Sai
Wakataka
(9:41)
X Sekimoto
Tanaka
(14:35)
Sawa
H.Sato
Akebono
Otani
(18:32)
P.Davis
S.Davis
(12:11)
Kamikaze
K.Sato
(20:59)
Sawa
H.Sato
(14:12)
X Sekimoto
Tanaka
Draw
(30:00)
Sekimoto
Tanaka
(9:42)
Sekimoto
Tanaka
(15:28)
Sekimoto
Tanaka
(14:35)
X
Final
     
A1 Kamikaze & K.Sato Pin
B1 Sekimoto & Tanaka 18:52

2011[edit]

The 2011 Furinkazan featured two blocks of five and ran from December 8 through December 18.[3]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama 6 Fujita Hayato & Masato Tanaka 7
Raideen & Ryouji Sai 5 Kamikaze & Kohei Sato 5
Ikuto Hidaka & Takafumi Ito 4 Akebono & Daichi Hashimoto 4
Takuya Sugawara & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 3 Schwarz & Weiss 2
Brother & Buffa 2 Mineo Fujita and Shito Ueda 2
Block A Brother
Buffa
Hidaka
Ito
Raideen
Sai
Otani
Yokoyama
Sugawara
Kikuchi
Block B Akebono
Hashimoto
Hayato
Tanaka
Kamikaze
Sato
Fujita
Ueda
Schwarz
Weiss
Brother
Buffa
X Hidaka
Ito
(13:41)
Raideen
Sai
(13:38)
Otani
Yokoyama
(12:13)
Brother
Buffa
(8:16)
Akebono
Hashimoto
X Hayato
Tanaka
(8:03)
Akebono
Hashimoto
(18:41)
Fujita
Ueda
(11:12)
Akebono
Hashimoto
(15:15)
Hidaka
Ito
Hidaka
Ito
(13:41)
X Raideen
Sai
(15:42)
Hidaka
Ito
(26:10)
Sugawara
Kikuchi
(16:49)
Hayato
Tanaka
Hayato
Tanaka
(8:03)
X Draw
(30:00)
Hayato
Tanaka
(14:25)
Hayato
Tanaka
(16:48)
Raideen
Sai
Raideen
Sai
(13:38)
Raideen
Sai
(15:42)
X Otani
Yokoyama
(16:29)
Draw
(30:00)
Kamikaze
Sato
Akebono
Hashimoto
(18:41)
Draw
(30:00)
X Kamikaze
Sato
(17:10)
Kamikaze
Sato
(13:21)
Otani
Yokoyama
Otani
Yokoyama
(12:13)
Hidaka
Ito
(26:10)
Otani
Yokoyama
(16:29)
X Otani
Yokoyama
(16:18)
Fujita
Ueda
Fujita
Ueda
(11:12)
Hayato
Tanaka
(14:25)
Kamikaze
Sato
(17:10)
X Schwarz
Weiss
(13:30)
Sugawara
Kikuchi
Brother
Buffa
(8:16)
Sugawara
Kikuchi
(16:49)
Draw
(30:00)
Otani
Yokoyama
(16:18)
X Schwarz
Weiss
Akebono
Hashimoto
(15:15)
Hayato
Tanaka
(16:48)
Kamikaze
Sato
(13:21)
Schwarz
Weiss
(13:30)
X
Final
     
A1 Otani & Yokoyama Pin
B1 Hayato & Tanaka 23:21

2012[edit]

The 2012 Furinkazan was held from December 13 to December 15. For the first time, the tournament was held in a single-elimination format.

  First round
December 13
Second round
December 14
Semifinals
December 15
Finals
December 15
                                     
   James Raideen & Zeus Pin  
 Ryouji Sai & Will Gibson 16:39  
 Atsushi Onita & Masato Tanaka Pin        James Raideen & Zeus Pin  
 Akebono & Takuya Sugawara 10:01          Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa 16:59  
   Atsushi Onita & Masato Tanaka Pin
     
   Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa Pin        Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa 12:49  
 Daichi Hashimoto & Hiro Saito 15:54          James Raideen & Zeus Pin
     Shito Ueda & Yusaku Obata 19:59
   KAMIKAZE & Onryo Pin  
 Kohei Sato & Tomohiko Hashimoto 17:42  
 Shito Ueda & Yusaku Obata Pin        KAMIKAZE & Onryo Pin
 Hayato Mashita & Yoshikazu Yokoyama 08:29          Shito Ueda & Yusaku Obata 13:48  
   Shito Ueda & Yusaku Obata Pin
   
   Mineo Fujita & Rion Mizuki Pin        Mineo Fujita & Rion Mizuki 13:29  
   Ikuto Hidaka & Yo-Hey 11:54  

2013[edit]

The 2013 Furinkazan was held from December 1 through December 17.

  First round
(December 1, 10)
Second round
(December 10)
Third round
(December 11)
Semi-finals
(December 17)
Final
(December 17)
                                               
James Raideen & Tama Williams Pin     James Raideen & Tama Williams Bye  
Kazma Sakamoto & Ryouji Sai 15:21      
  James Raideen & Tama Williams Pin  
  Fujita Hayato & Ikuto Hidaka 12:13  
Fujita Hayato & Ikuto Hidaka Pin Fujita Hayato & Ikuto Hidaka Pin
Takuya Sugawara & Touru Owashi 15:21     Billyken Kid & Tigers Mask 14:47  
  James Raideen & Tama Williams Pin  
  Masato Tanaka & Shinjiro Otani 15:54  
Masato Tanaka & Shinjiro Otani Pin     Masato Tanaka & Shinjiro Otani Pin  
Kengo & "brother" YASSHI 17:11     Atsushi Onita & Kenichi Fujii 10:40  
  Masato Tanaka & Shinjiro Otani Bye
   
N/A
    N/A  
  James Raideen & Tama Williams Pin
  Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata 15:34
Daichi Hashimoto & Mineo Fujita Pin     Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi Pin  
Chon Shiryu & Jason Lee 13:04     Chon Shiryu & Jason Lee 16:24  
  Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi Pin
  KAMIKAZE & Kohei Sato 18:02  
KAMIKAZE & Kohei Sato Pin KAMIKAZE & Kohei Sato Bye
Tank Nagai & Yoshikazu Yokoyama 15:49      
  Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi Pin
  Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata 16:00  
    N/A  
    N/A  
  Bye
  Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata  
Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata Pin Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata Pin
Masato Shibata & Yutaka Yoshie 14:31     Maybach β & The Great Malaki 10:26  

2014[edit]

The 2014 Furinkazan was held from December 14 to December 24.

  First round
December 14,15
Second round
December 19
Semifinals
December 24
Finals
December 24
                                     
     Daemon Ueda & KAMIKAZE 16:48  
 Daemon Ueda & KAMIKAZE Pin        Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura Pin    
     Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura Pin  
 Atsushi Onita & Masashi Aoyagi 13:11    
     Hideki Suzuki & Kohei Sato 4:59    
 Hideki Suzuki & Kohei Sato Pin
   
   Kankuro Hoshino & Masato Inaba 14:48  
       Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura Pin
     Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama 22:12
   Akebono & Yusaku Obata Pin    
 Fujita Hayato & Ikuto Hidaka 13:20    
     Akebono & Yusaku Obata 9:11
 Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama Pin  
     Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama Pin  
 TARU 18:54      
 
     Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama Bye  

2016[edit]

The 2016 Furinkazan was held from December 10 to December 18.[4]

First round
December 10,12,13
Semifinal
December 13,14,16
Final
December 18
                 
Akebono and Shogun Okamoto Pin
Masato Tanaka and James Raideen 13:03
Akebono and Shogun Okamoto Pin
Isami Kodaka and Takumi Tsukamoto 13:31
Isami Kodaka and Takumi Tsukamoto Pin
Takuya Sugawara and Kotaro Suzuki 12:04
Akebono and Shogun Okamoto Pin
Kai and Yusaku Obata 16:39
Minoru Tanaka and Koji Kanemoto Pin
Shinjiro Otani and Kazuki Hashimoto 21:00
Minoru Tanaka and Koji Kanemoto Pin
Kai and Yusaku Obata 18:44
Kai and Yusaku Obata Pin
Kohei Sato and KAMIKAZE 24:53

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Furinkazan 2009". Pro Wrestling ZERO1. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  2. ^ "Furinkazan 2010". Pro Wrestling ZERO1. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  3. ^ "Pro-Wrestling Zero1 - "Furinkazan 2011"" (in German). Purolove. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  4. ^ 12/18新木場大会 試合結果. Pro Wrestling Zero1 (in Japanese). December 18, 2016. Archived from the original on December 18, 2016. Retrieved December 18, 2016. 

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