Tenryu Project

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Tenryu Project
Founded 2010
Style Puroresu
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Founder(s) Genichiro Tenryu
Owner(s) Genichiro Tenryu
Website http://tenryuproject2010.com

Tenryu Project[1] is an independent Japanese professional wrestling promotion. The promotion was founded by and is owned by puroresu legend Genichiro Tenryu, who has owned and operated it since its creation in 2010.[2] The Tenryu project is the successor to Tenryu's WAR promotion that ran from 1992 until 2000 as well as Tenryu's Super World of Sports (SWS) that existed from 1990 until 1992. The Tenryu project have very few wrestlers under full time contract and acts as a booking office for those under contract. For their shows they work with other Japanese wrestling promotions or hire freelance wrestlers to compete.

Roster[edit]

Championships[edit]

Championship Current champion(s) Date won
Tenryu Project International Junior Heavyweight Championship Vacant October, 2013
Tenryu Project International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship Gamerasu and Kuuga October 7, 2014
UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship Kengo March 4, 2014
Tenryu Project World Six Man Tag Team Championship Buki, Classic Kid and Ryuichi Kawakami December 2, 2014

Notable shows[edit]

First Show[edit]

The first show ever held under the "Tenryu Project" batter took place on April 19, 2010 in the Shinjuku Face arena in Tokyo, Japan.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Mitsuo Momota defeated Masao Orihara Singles match 09:15
2 Bear Fukuda defeated CHANGO Singles match 08:54
3 Kyoko Inoue and Munenori Sawa defeated Keita Yano and Manami Toyota Tag team match 14:33
4 Masaaki Mochizuki defeated Naoki Tanizaki and Susumu Yokosuka Three-way match for the vacant WAR International Junior Heavyweight Championship 22:13
5 Genichiro Tenryu and Sanshiro Takagi defeated Arashi and Dick Togo Tag team match 20:03
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

Genichiro Tenryu Retirement ~ Revolution Final Tour[edit]

Genichiro Tenryu started his retirement tour with a show at the Shin-Kiba 1st Ring arena on March 6, 2015.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Shota defeated Mitsunobu Kikuzawa Singles match 09:20
2 BUKI defeated Dragon JOKER Singles match 07:40
3 Kazuki Hashimoto defeated Ryuji Hijikata Singles match 10:18
4 Great Kojika and Ryuichi Kawakami defeated NOSAWA Rongai and Ricky Fuji Tag team match 12:22
5 Kengo (c) defeated Choden Senshi Battle Ranger (12:11) Singles match for the UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
6 Arashi and Genichiro Tenryu defeat Kotaro Nasu and Toru Sugiura Tag team match 10:11
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

Genichiro Tenryu Retirement ~ Revolution Final Tour in Shinjuku[edit]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Ricky Fuji defeated Mitsunobu Kikuzawa (8:11) Singles match
2 Kazuki Hashimoto and Ryuji Hijikata defeated Gamelas and NOSAWA Rongai Tag team match 12:40
3 Kengo (c) defeated KAZE Singles match for the UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship 11:33
4 Arashi and the Great Kojika defeated the Great Kabuki and Masao Inoue Tag team match 11:51
5 Yoshinari Ogawa defeated Dragon JOKER Singles match 16:15
6 BUKI, Heddi French and Ryuichi Kawakami (c) defeated Kotaro Nasu, Shota and Toru Sugiura Six-man tag team match for the Tenryu Project World Six Man Tag Team Championship 17:14
7 Genichiro Tenryu and Shiro Koshinaka defeated Konosuke Takeshita and Sanshiro Takagi Tag team match 08:35
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

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