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9/26 DGUSA results in Milwaukee: Ring arrives and show delivers strong six-man Dragon Gate match, Bryan Danielson's final independent match,

Sep 26, 2010 - 9:26:29 PM
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Dragon Gate USA show results
September 26, 2010
Milwaukee, Wis.
Report by Matt Perry, PWTorch reader


The Dragon Gate USA show was excellent, pre-show ring issues aside. The Dragon Gate guys came out to meet the fans while we were waiting, and nearly the entire locker room poured out to help unload the truck, which was a cool sight. On to the show.

(1) Aeroform beat Zero Gravity (C.J. Esparza & Brett Gakiya) in the opener. Flip Kendrick landed a Phoenix Splash variation for the pin. It was a fine match that got the crowd into the show.

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(2) CIMA beat Chuck Taylor with the Meteora. This was a great match with a lot of comedy, including a string of spots involving biting each other's feet (you heard me). Taylor managed to get a laugh from the crowd nearly every time he opened his mouth.

Immediately after that match, Johnny Gargano hit the ring to talk to CIMA about joining Warriors International. He was cut short by Drake Younger, and the two proceeded to beat the heck out of each other around the arena.

(3) Johnny Gargano beat Drake Younger with his swinging full nelson facebuster.

(4) Brodie Lee beat Mike Quackenbush, Jimmy Jacobs, Kyle O'Reilly, Silas Young, and Rich Swann in a Six-Pack match. Lee won with a big boot to Swann. This was a fast-paced match that pumped the crowd up to the next level, and the fans were into everything going on here.

(5) Dragon Kid beat Arik Cannon with a crucifix roll-up. I don't know why Cannon and Quackenbush switched matches, but this was a fine match with the crowd solidly behind Kid.

(6) Ricochet beat Gran Akuma with the 630 splash. From what I recall, they kept up a pretty fast pace in this match. There were a couple botched spots, but the crowd gave both men a standing ovation.

John Moxley hit the ring next and tried to do a promo over the crowd chanting at him, "You're gonna get your f'ing head kicked in!" Danielson came out with no music, hit the ring right away, and the place came unglued.

(7) Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan in WWE) beat John Moxley via submission. Danielson applied the Cattle Mutilation and MMS elbows pretty early on. They brawled on the outside for a while, and at some point Danielson was busted open. When they got back in the ring, Danielson applied the Cattle Mutiliation and hit elbows again. When that didn't do the trick, he switched to the LeBell lock, and Moxley tapped. The crowd, understandably, went wild.

After the match, Danielson offered his hand to Moxley, but Gran Akuma attacked from behind. Jimmy Jacobs rushed out with a chair to make the save, and Danielson did a promo thanking the crowd. He stated that he'd probably be back soon once WWE saw the level of violence he'd perpetrated on Moxley. He put over Jacobs for being a veteran of the ring and still taking the time to help set up the ring earlier. Afterward, they played the Final Countdown as Danielson shook hands with the audience. Someone (okay, me) threw a tie into the ring, and Danielson laughed and threatened the camera with it.

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(7) Kamikaze USA (Shingo & Akira Tozawa & YAMATO) beat the World One (DGUSA champion BxB Hulk & Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino) in a six-man tag main event. There are no words to describe how awesome it was. If you're reading this, you know how these Dragon Gate six-man tag matches go down, and this one did not disappoint at all. Tons of nearfalls, lots of big moves, Yamato nailed some sickening kicks, and Shingo won it for his team when he hit the Stay Dream (Super DVD) on BxB Hulk. The crowd was insane for this, with nearly everybody on their feet for the last five minutes or so. After the match, Naruki Doi got on the mic and thanked everyone for coming out.

After the show, they held the meet and greet that they couldn't do earlier. Danielson's table was mobbed, of course. The wrestlers were all very appreciative of the support shown to them and many of them hung around for autographs.

Bottom line, this was a great show. I encourage anybody to pick this up when they release the DVD in the future.

[Torch art credit Marco D'Alfonso (c) PWTorch.com]


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