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DSE has let a partial line up for the Hustle 6 ppv be known. At the moment the only actual two cards booked are...

 

Tiger Jeet Singh v Naoya Ogawa

Wataru Sakata v Yoji Anjoh

 

But it has released the member list of the respective 'Hustle' and 'Takada Monster' armies...

 

The Hustle Army includes: Riki Choshu, Ogawa, Kawada, Hustle Kamen Red & Blue, Kaz Hayashi, Leonardo Spanky, Masato Tanaka, Kintaro Kanemura, Tetsuhiro Kuroda, Hiro Yokoi, Ryoji Sai, Mr USA and Taichi Ishikari...

 

The Takada Monster Army includes: Dan 'The Buffalo' Bobish, Mark 'The Hammer' Coleman, Giant Silva, Monster C (Steve Corino), El Hatena I & II, Russian 54, Amazing Red, Super Crazy and Monsieur De Barbarosa....

 

Sounds really really crap already....

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The full results for the Hustle 6 ppv... Goldberg was supposed to have signed up but unless he was Mr Usa he wasn't on the card...

 

Heres the full results courtesy of http://www.puroresupower.com

 

1. Kaz Hayashi & Leonardo Spanky defeated Super Crazy & Amazing Red in 9 minutes, 23 seconds when Hayashi used a powerbomb and Spanky used the Sliced Bread No. 2 on Red for the win.

 

2. Mr. USA & Katsuhisa Fujii defeated Russian 54 & The Pirahnian Monster XX in 6 minutes, 44 seconds when Mr. USA used a modified back breaker/buster hold on Pirahnian Monster XX for the win. Main crowd interactive spot in the match was a war of calls between Mr. USA & Russian 54, and Mr. USA got the crowd to do a "USA" chant.

 

3. The Hustle Kamens defeated El Hatena Uno & Dos in 5 minutes, 31 seconds when one of the Kamens used a camel clutch hold on Dos for the win.

 

4. Hardcore Match: Kintaro Kanemura, Masato Tanaka (w/ guitar), & Tetsuhiro Kuroda defeated Tomoaki Honma, Jun Kasai, & Tomohiro Ishii in 13 minutes, 48 seconds when Tanaka used his Complete Dust on Kasai for the win.

 

5. 3-way Match: Dan "The Buffalo" Bobish defeated Giant Silva & Mark Coleman in 7 minutes, 33 seconds when Bobish used a chokeslam on Coleman for the win. The gimmick in the match is that the loser is gone from the Takada Monster Army. Coleman lost after Bobish and Silva conspired to both attack him.

 

6. Hair match: (Yoji) Anjoh Umanosuke (Ueda) defeated "Hustle Prince" Wataru Sakata in 8 minutes with a knuckle punch. Chief of Staff Yuji Shimada did a promo before the match asking the fans to "Do the Hustle!" and promptly got booed. Of course, Shimada and Anjoh felt powerful after drinking the brand new Hustle drink. Anjoh came out with a bamboo sword. They played up the fact that Sakata is from the Nagoya area, the hometown guy. A total brawl with Anjoh using chairs and the bamboo sword. They did a referee "faint" spot in the match, and Anjoh tried to stop the babyface momentum with a choke and a back-drop suplex. Sakata hit Anjoh with a Dragon Suplex and the diving foot stomp. Shimada pulled the leg of the referee to the prevent the three count and Anjoh used powder to the face to buy time to use a knuckle punch on Sakata for the three count. When it came time to cut Sakata's hair, Sakata grabbed the hair clippers himself and cut hair. Sakata bowed to the crowd after the match and got a major babyface pop, while Anjoh and Shimada left laughing loudly and drawing big heat.

 

7. Toshiaki Kawada & Riki Choshu defeated The Monster C & Monsieur de Barbarossa in 7 minutes, 46 seconds when Kawada used a high kick on Barbarossa for the win. Kawada was in the Bruce Lee outfit, and he did the usual banter with Monster C over "K" and "C" chants. Kawada and Choshu hit their double-team spots with good execution. The match went over well with the live audience.

 

8. "Captain Hustle" Naoya Ogawa defeated Tiger Jeet Singh in 9 minutes, 49 seconds with the STO Bomber. Singh did his usual Japanese entrance, going into the crowd and trying to cause a riot with his saber. Singh attacked Ogawa and Ogawa juiced heavily. Singh went for the cobra claw spot on Ogawa and Ogawa, in an angered state, attacked Singh in the nuts as a counter. Basically Singh had most of the offense and Ogawa did a quick come-from-behind win for the finish. After the match, Takada's Monster Army all ran in and attacked Ogawa. Nobuhiko Takada grabbed the microphone and questioned whether or not he should have a match with Ogawa. Anjoh gong'd the ring bell, Takada put his foot on Ogawa, and got a three count. Kawada & Choshu did not do a run-in for the save on Ogawa. After Ogawa regained his "composure," he got on the microphone and said that he, by himself, would be the onle one to crush the Monster Army.

 

I hate Hustle shows, but then again its news so there you go.

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