Preview: Pro Wrestling NOAH Demolition Stage in Yokohama (11/13/21)

DEMOLITION STAGE 2021 in YOKOHAMA
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Pro Wrestling NOAH presents Demolition Stage in Yokohama, headlined by three big championship matches. As NOAH continues their road to Nippon Budokan in January. Which could end up with Kongo taking center stage holding all the GHC singles championships. Let’s take a look at the Demolition Stage in Yokohama card. 

Pro Wrestling NOAH Demolition Stage in Yokohama – Full Card (11/13/21)

  • GHC National Championship: Masaaki Mochizuki vs Kenoh
  • GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Championship: Masa Kitamiya and Kaito Kiyomiya vs Keiji Muto and Naomichi Marufuji
  • GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship: HAYATA vs Aleja
  • NOSAWA Rongai, Eita, and Kotaro Suzuki vs Yoshinari Ogawa, Yuya Susumu, and Seiki Yoshioka
  • Kazuyuki Fujita vs Yoshiki Inamura
  • Katsuhiko Nakajima vs Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada, Kinya Okada, and Daiki Inaba
  • Takashi Sugiura, Kendo Kashin, and Kazushi  Sakuraba vs King Tany, Muhammad Yone, and Akitoshi Saito
  • Tadasuke vs YO-HEY
  • Hajime Ohara vs Yasutaka Yano

GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship: HAYATA(c) vs Aleja

After HAYATA’s last defense of the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. An absolute blood bath with Perros Del Mal De Japon leader, NOSAWA Rongai. Tadasuke came down to the ring flanked by Aleja. Proclaiming that Aleja would be the next challenger for the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. After Aleja managed to pick up a few big wins.

Things seemed rather standard for the champion and challenger ahead of their GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship match. That’s until the most recent Korakuen Hall event that NOAH held. HAYATA embarrassed and disrespected Aleja by ripping off his mask at that event, making this bout more personal than it was before. That little push from HAYATA could come back to haunt him and give Aleja his first piece of gold in Pro Wrestling NOAH.

GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Championships: Masa Kitamiya and Kaito Kiyomiya(c) vs Keiji Muto and Naomichi Marufuji

Kaito Kiyomiya and Keiji Muto have been linked together ever since Muto came to Pro Wrestling NOAH. With Kaito feeling a need to surpass Keiji Muto, but always failing when they square off. The closest he has come to defeating Keiji Muto is a draw. Kaito is one-half of the GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Champions with Masa Kitamiya. However, they haven’t defended the belts since capturing them.

After Muto got a win in a six man tag, he asked Masa and Kaito if they were champions. If so he asked if himself and Marufuji could catch the GHC tag belts. Kaito immediately accepted on behalf of himself and Masa. Kaito and Masa’s title reign is in jeopardy as they face the two men who main evented CyberFight Festival for the GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Championship this year. Naomichi Marufuji claims the two don’t understand the value of the GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Championships. Will Masa and Kaito be able to prove him wrong?

GHC National Championship: Masaaki Mochizuki(c) vs Kenoh

Masaaki Mochizuki captured the GHC National Championship after a fierce battle with Takashi Sugiura. Afterward, Kenoh came down to the ring to make his challenge for the belt, running down Mochizuki and Sugiura’s generation. Claiming he would win back the GHC National Championship, and Kongo would be the center of NOAH with him and Nakajima as champions. Mochizuki accepted the challenge and gained the victory over Kenoh in the preview tag match.

Kenoh was GHC National Champion to start the year and was the champion around this time last year. However, since losing the belt he hasn’t managed to get that one marquee win. Mochizuki wants to continue to be Champion for the M’s Alliance, as well as himself. Claiming this could be his last time holding a singles title. Can he hang on to the gold? Or will Kenoh win the National gold back, and end the night possibly with Kongo holding all the singles gold?

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