DDT TV Show has returned. Originally a way to hold shows during the COVID lockdown, it has found new life and will be starting again. The ninth edition of Dramatic Dream Team’s TV program will contain title matches and a match that is three years in the making, all to supplement an already strong showing from the rest of the roster. What does DDT TV Show #9 have to offer?
Kazusada Higuchi vs. Yukio Naya
Two of DDT’s largest roster members collide as one-third of Eruption, Kazusada Higuchi, takes on Yukio Naya. Both use power moves and grueling submissions to take on their opponents. When that is taken out of the equation, who has the advantage? A win over one of the KO-D Six-Man Tag Team Champions would be huge for Naya. However, as Higuchi is facing another powerful man later in the month, with the titles on the line, in Disaster Box, this is an obstacle he must face.
Konosuke Takeshita and Jiro “Ikeman” Kuroshio vs. Akito and Shunma Katsumata
ALL OUT and Jiro Kuroshio take on another faction of ALL OUT. This promises to be a very nice showcase match as Konosuke Takeshita moves toward his match at Ultimate Party 2020 against Jun Akiyama. The combinations of the two teams will make this a very great match to watch.
Junretsu (Jun Akiyama, Makoto Oishi, and Hideki Okatani) vs. DISASTER BOX (HARASHIMA, Yuki Ueno, Kazuki Hirata)
Junretsu had been locking horns with ALL OUT ever since their inception, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make time for another team. It also appears DISASTER BOX has been chosen to face off against the newer faction. Yuki Ueno and Kazuki Hirata are going to need this six-man match experience for their eventual title match against Eruption, but with their third being in the main event, HARASHIMA will be taking his place.
DDT Popularity Death Match: Danshoku Dieno vs. Sanshiro Takagi
It has been about three years since Sanshiro Takagi and Danshoku Dieno faced off in a singles match. On DDT TV Show #9, they face off again in a popularity deathmatch. The rules are as such: anyone who has expressed admiration for either wrestler may interfere in order to determine which wrestler is more popular. The two had faced off over so many different things in the past from titles to creative control and now whoever is more popular will be their next goal.
DDT Universal Championship: Naomi Yoshimura vs Chris Brookes (c)
This comes off of the heels of the Nautilus defense at Who’s Gonna Top where Naomi Yoshimura got a pin over Chris Brookes. After the match, he immediately challenged for the belt and the title match was made. This has been a great month for Yoshimura, as he not only has this title match but is part of the double title match later in the month against Eruption. However, as shown by the tag title match, Brookes will do anything for gold, and it’s going to take a lot to rip the title away from him.
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