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DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale now!

Postby PWG_Silverback » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:24 pm

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On Friday, May 22, 2009, at American Legion Post #308 in Reseda, CA, eight of the best tag teams in professional wrestling will collide at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4, and tickets for this event are on sale now at the DDT4 Mini-Site! Front Row tickets are $25, and General Admission tickets are $20!

Along with announcing the final two opening round matches for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4, we are pleased to also report that yesterday in Japan, World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks successfully defended the titles against the team of Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi. That means that the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship will be on the line throughout the entire DDT4 tournament! With their fifth overall title defense behind them, Matt and Nick Jackson will be coming into DDT4 with some serious momentum, which they'll need when they take on Brandon and Dustin Cutler in a Block A Opening Round Match!

After successfully defending the titles against the Motor City Machine Guns at Ninety-Nine, The Young Bucks seemed to go from perennial underdogs to tentative favorites overnight. A bit surprised by this new status, Matt and Nick Jackson offered long-time training partners The Cutler Brothers a shot at the titles the next night at One Hundred. The Bucks say that no one knows them better than Brandon and Dustin Cutler, and if there are two men that could bring the Bucks back to earth after such a big victory, it would be the Cutlers.

Though the Cutlers were unable to defeat The Young Bucks at One Hundred, they impressed the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Board of Directors enough to earn themselves not only a spot in DDT4, but a rematch with the Bucks as well! While they've only had a handful of matches in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, the Cutler Brothers are sure to be a tag team force in the coming months and years, and a victory over their rivals The Young Bucks would be a huge first step for Brandon and Dustin.

The final DDT4 opening round match to be announced once again pits a longstanding tag team against a newly formed duo, as Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley, the Motor City Machine Guns, take on Roderick Strong and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion Chris Hero.

On paper, it might seem like a mismatch, but Roderick Strong's record not only in previous DDT4s, but as a tag team competitor in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla must be taken in to consideration. Strong has held the World Tag Team Championship on three separate occasions, two of which came after winning DDT4. Not to mention the tag team experience of World Champion Chris Hero, who along with Claudio Castagnoli formed one of the most successful tag teams in recent memory. With a wealth of individual experience and plenty of time to prepare before the tournament, Chris Hero and Roderick Strong will likely be a force to be reckoned with at DDT4.

What more needs to be said about the team opposing Chris Hero and Roderick Strong? They are one of, if not the most popular tag teams in professional wrestling today, and have held titles all around the world. Originally scheduled to be participants in the very first DDT4, contractual obligations kept the Motor City Machine Guns out of the tournament, and according to the Guns, that's what allowed Roderick Strong's team to win. After returning to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla at Ninety-Nine, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley found out first hand how the level of tag team wrestling in PWG has increased since they've been gone.

When they left the building after Ninety-Nine, Sabin and Shelley had a suitcase full of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla DVDs which they've been using to scout their competition in the tournament. Above all else, the Guns would love to have a rematch with The Young Bucks as a tournament final, but thanks to countless hours spent strategizing, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley feel prepared for any team they might meet in the tournament. Although this is their first DDT4, the Motor City Machine Guns feel like it was always intended to be their tournament, and will fulfill their destiny with their victory this year.

On May 22, 2009 at 8:00PM at American Legion Hall #308 in Reseda, CA, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 will feature:

DDT4 Block A Opening Round Match
Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre) vs. Kenny Omega & Chuck Taylor

DDT4 Block B Opening Round Match
The Dynasty (Scott Lost & Joey Ryan) vs. "American Dolphin" Bryan Danielson & "Dolphin Master" Paul London

DDT4 Block A Opening Round Match
The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. The Cutler Brothers (Brandon & Dustin Cutler)

DDT4 Block B Opening Round Match
Chris Hero & Roderick Strong vs. Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley)

Non-Tournament Singles Match
B-Boy vs. Human Tornado

Plus the Semi-Final and Final round matches of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4! Visit the DDT4 Mini-Site to get your tickets today!

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Nearing the end of their tour with Dragon Gate, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champions Matt and Nick Jackson will be putting their titles on the line Sunday, May 3rd in Japan! In a match that could have huge ramifications for DDT4, The Young Bucks will be defending the titles against KAMIKAZE members Shingo Takagi and Akira Tozawa.

While Akira Tozawa has not appeared in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before, fans may recognize Shingo Takagi from the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, where he advanced to the second round before being eliminated by eventual tournament winner CIMA.

This title match is the last stop for The Young Bucks before DDT4, so a loss here would essentially turn the event into a Number One Contender tournament. Huge ramifications, indeed! Check back on Monday, May 4 for results of the World Tag Team Championship title match, as well as the complete tournament brackets of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4! Visit the DDT4 Mini-Site to get your tickets today!

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The second opening round match for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 will be the next chapter in the budding rivalry between The Dynasty (Scott Lost & Joey Ryan) and the Hybrid Dolphins ("American Dolphin" Bryan Danielson & "Dolphin Master" Paul London).

Scott Lost and Joey Ryan are multiple-time Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champions, though the DDT4 has never been a part of their tag team success. Eliminated in the opening round of last year's tournament, The Dynasty hopes to make a much better showing this year by winning it all. But with the dynamic duo of the Hybrid Dolphins as their opponents and Joey Ryan's concern with the length of Chris Hero's World Championship title reign, will The Dynasty be able to focus on reclaiming their tag team glory?

Even though the team of Bryan Danielson and Paul London have yet to wrestle their first match as a tag team, the odds seem to favor the Hybrid Dolphins due to their individual skills. While Pro Wrestling Guerrilla cannot vouch for the oddsmakers at various offshore gambling websites, we can agree that both Danielson and London are incredible singles competitors. However, DDT4 marks their first test as a tag team, and due to the single elimination format of the tournament, there is very little room for error.

Will Bryan Danielson be able to put years of singles competition to the back of his mind and function as an efficient tag team partner? Will Paul London be able to consume enough bars of soap to retroactively combat the effects of Space Madness, or will his ill-fated journey to the Crab Nebula prove to be the undoing of the Hybrid Dolphins?

Also added to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 is a non-tournament singles contest between B-Boy and Human Tornado. The rivalry between these two men goes all the way back to Card Subject to Change in January 2005, where B-Boy not only managed to defeat Human Tornado, but to dislocate Tornado's shoulder in the process.

Then last month at One Hundred, the two met as a part of a Six-Person Tag Team Match that saw Tornado's side picking up the victory. Human Tornado has been sending out messages via Facebook saying that B-Boy is just a shell of his former self since returning to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, and that 2005 Human Tornado was nobody, but 2009 Human Tornado is a two-time World Champion.

When offered the chance for rebuttal, B-Boy declined, saying he'd prefer to give his response in the ring. Will B-Boy still have the upper hand on Human Tornado when they meet at DDT4, or will the former world champion's grandstanding have gotten under the skin of "The New Age Punisher?" Find out on May 22 at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4!

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The first match to be announced for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 is the opening round contest between Lucha Libre tag team specialists Phoenix Star and Zokre, Los Luchas, and the newly minted duo of Kenny Omega and Chuck Taylor.

Phoenix Star and Zokre were a part of 2008's DDT4, where they advanced to the second round, but were eliminated by the eventual tournament winners, Roderick Strong and Jack Evans. This year, Los Luchas are intent on making it all the way through the finals, and walking away with the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship if The Young Bucks come into DDT4 with the titles.

Kenny Omega and Chuck Taylor may not have the years of experience that Los Luchas have, but they do have plenty of pluck, moxy, and grit, which when combined with their love of the antic, is a potent combination. Omega and Taylor's mission in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla their lives is the utter destruction of El Generico and his orphanage, Los Angelitos de El Generico. When Omega and Taylor heard that Los Luchas would be donating their tournament winnings to the orphans because El Generico's injury prevented him from competing in the tournament, that was all the motivation they needed to make sure Los Luchas wouldn't advance past the first round.

If they are able to deal with Phoenix Star and Zokre in the opening round of 2009's DDT4, will Kenny Omega nad Chuck Taylor be able to pull it together and focus on their second round opponents? Or will Los Luchas' wealth of tag team experience give them an edge over this brand new team? Find out on May 22 at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4!

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The eighth and final team entered in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 was originally scheduled to be in the first ever tournament in 2007, however due to a variety of reasons they were unable to compete. Now, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley, the Motor City Machine Guns, have their sights set on the tournament victory that eluded them two years ago.

Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley made their return to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla at Ninety-Nine, when they challenged Matt and Nick Jackson, The Young Bucks, for the World Tag Team Championship. Though they were unable to defeat the reigning Tag Team Champions, the Machine Guns were so impressed by The Young Bucks that they asked the Jackson brothers for a rematch as soon as possible. While The Young Bucks were unable to grant an immediate rematch, they petitioned the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Board of Directors to include Sabin and Shelley in DDT4.

With their inclusion in DDT4, the Motor City Machine Guns have the possibility of meeting up with The Young Bucks once again, though no one knows exactly when. It could happen in the first round, with the titles changing hands and the Guns going on to defend throughout the tournament. Or if each team finds themselves on opposite sides of the brackets, the rematch could be the tournament final. But with six other teams vying for a chance to win DDT4, there's a strong possibility that neither the Bucks nor the Guns will be present in the tournament final.

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With less than a handful of appearances in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla to their credit, Brandon and Dustin Cutler have impressed the Board of Directors enough to earn themselves the sixth spot in 2009's DDT4. The Cutler Brothers made their Pro Wrestling Guerrilla debut earlier this year against Los Luchas, but it wasn't until World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks offered the Cutlers an impromptu shot at the titles at One Hundred that Brandon and Dustin were viewed as a legitimate tag team force. Now, The Cutler Brothers have an opportunity to climb to the very top of the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla tag team scene in a single night. Are the brothers prepared, or with the other seven teams be caught unawares by the Cutlers?

The seventh team to enter Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 are probably the least surprising entry into the tournament, but that is no knock on their abilities; The Young Bucks are the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champions for a reason! Currently in Japan competing for Dragon Gate, Matt and Nick Jackson have the second longest reign of any Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champions, and if they successfully defend the titles in Japan, they will come back to the United States and put the titles on the line at DDT4!

If The Young Bucks come into DDT4 as champions, then every match the brothers have on May 22 will be a title match. El Generico and "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen attempted to defend the titles throughout the tournament at 2008's DDT4, but were unable to make it past the final round. Will The Young Bucks be able to do what no other team in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla history could? Find out on May 22 at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4!

Speaking of El Generico, the former World Champion and World Tag Team Champion has been such a big part of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla over the last four years that we feel it fair to announce he will not be competing at DDT4 due to injury. We at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla wish him a speedy and complete recovery.

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"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson and "Intrepid Traveler" Paul London make up the fifth team to enter Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4. Not much more needs to be said, but we pay by the word for these write ups, so here goes.

The histories of Bryan Danielson and Paul London, while very similar, highlight two very different paths to greatness in the world of professional wrestling. Both men started their careers at the Texas Wrestling Academy (located in Birmingham, Alabama), and though their paths would not cross in training, after striking out into independent wrestling Danielson and London would find themselves as adversaries on numerous occasions. Both would experience great success earlier this decade, but that is where the similarities end.

Danielson redoubled his efforts into refining his abilities in the art of professional wrestling, traveling the world to learn from the masters of the craft, and apply those techniques to his own. London, a life-long fan of the serialized comic strip Calvin & Hobbes, followed in the footsteps of interplanetary explorer extraordinaire Spaceman Spiff and traveled to the far reaches of the galaxy on a five-year mission. Not much is know about London's travels in outer space, but it was clear that when he returned he was suffering from some form of "space madness," leaving only a precious few that could communicate with him.

Luckily, two individuals that can speak to London are part of the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla locker room: former rival "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson and World Champion Chris Hero. Overjoyed with the prospect of communicating with humans once again, London formed an immediate bond with both men. At One Hundred, that bond proved useful as London and Danielson helped Chris Hero avoid catastrophe at the hands of Scott Lost and Joey Ryan, The Dynasty.

Now that he has readjusted to Earth's atmosphere, London told the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Board of Directors he would like to rekindle his tag team with his good friend "Brian" and is intent on winning DDT4 to prove the allegations of "space madness" unfounded. When Bryan Danielson was asked if he was aware that London was confusing Danielson with Brian Kendrick, based on the pronunciation of their first names, Danielson said he was willing to put up with "a little space madness" in order to win the tournament.

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The fourth team to enter Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 tournament may seem like a random pairing at first, but when you think about the tag team accomplishments of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion Chris Hero and three-time former Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champion Roderick Strong, it starts making sense.

Chris Hero of course holds the highest title Pro Wrestling Guerrilla can grant to a single wrestler, and was a finalist in the 2008 Battle of Los Angeles, but prior to all of that, Hero was a highly decorated tag team wrestler, as well. Along with Claudio Castagnoli, Chris Hero entered the first ever DDT4 in 2007 in an unsuccessful bid for the titles, but since then, he has been so consumed with his pursuit of Human Tornado and then the defense of the World Championship title that tag team wrestling took a backseat. At least it had, until now.

As the co-winner of the two previous DDT4 tournaments, Roderick Strong's entry into this year's tournament comes as no surprise. The real surprise, as always, is who Strong would be teaming with. When asked at One Hundred who his partner would be this year, Roderick was unsure, but was confident that no matter who he was paired with, a third tournament victory was in the cards. Now that Roderick Strong has teamed up with the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion, Strong's duo looks like an early favorite to once again walk away from DDT4 victorious.

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Joining The Dynasty in this year's DDT4 tournament will be Phoenix Star and Zokre, Los Luchas, and the newly minted tag team of Kenny Omega and Chuck Taylor. As one of the longest standing tag teams in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Los Luchas hope to use DDT4 as an opportunity to inscribe their names in the history books of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla! However, Los Luchas will have their work cut out for them if they come across Kenny Omega and Chuck Taylor in the tournament. United by their mutual hatred of El Generico, it's unclear if Omega and Taylor's hatred of the generic luchador spills over to his Mexican brethren, but either way, when two of the fastest rising stars in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla team up, it's a cause for concern to tag teams around the world!

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Not only are tickets for this event for sale on the DDT4 Mini-Site, but the first tag team participating in the tournament has been announced! With Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Commissioner Dino Winwood taking an indefinite leave of absence due to medical complications (his tolerance of lactose, or lack thereof) a shady and mysterious Board of Directors have wrested control from both Commissioner's offices, and are now the sole governing body in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla! Their first official act in control of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla is to name Scott Lost and Joey Ryan, The Dynasty, as the first competitors in this year's DDT4 tournament. After the events that transpired at the end of One Hundred on Sunday night between The Dynasty, Chris Hero, "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson, and "Intrepid Traveler" Paul London it was plain to see that Scott and Joey were attempting to shift the balance of power in their favor, and now as the first tag team entered in DDT4, they have the opportunity to do so!

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Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4 takes place on Friday, May 22, 2009 at 8:00PM at American Legion Post #308 in Reseda, CA. American Legion Post #308 is located at 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335. Front Row tickets are $25, and General Admission tickets are $20. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/DDT4/. Tickets purchased online will not be mailed, but will be available for pick up prior to the event. Any remaining quantity of tickets available will be sold at the door prior to each event. Video recording devices are not permitted. Card subject to change.
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby ninjaskrzypek » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:26 pm

Sweet! I just may make the trip. Awesome simple post.
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby BOLA4ever » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:27 pm

OMG ALREADY
AMAZING
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby TigerDriver98 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:46 pm

Great news, especially after Excalibur said it wouldn't be happening on his last Dr. Keith Show appearance.

I REALLY want to see Ibushi and Kenny Omega in this. Please? :)
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby CheMateo » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:25 pm

Wow, I didn't see that coming. I hope PWG doesn't break the bank this year.
TigerDriver98 wrote:I REALLY want to see Ibushi and Kenny Omega in this. Please? :)
Me too. They're my only dream team. Please PWG. xoxo
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby bford24 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 9:11 pm

Wow that is great to hear. I kinda like it being a 1 day tournament, just get a few amazing teams and let them fight it out. Just another DVD to purchase!
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby Zwarrior2 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 11:05 pm

Nice to see it on a Friday, now I don't have to miss UFC. Wonder what teams will be in?
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby atox » Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:49 am

kick ass, I have to see if I can get off work for this as I have my summer job in Vegas
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby Lord Akiyama » Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:47 pm

Someone noted that DDT4 is the day before CHIKARA's CHIKARA's two Aniversario events. And even suggested that maybe PWG and CHIKARA could flip the bill together in bringing some Japanese talent to both shows. Like say... Kota Ibushi?
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby El Asian » Wed Apr 08, 2009 1:44 pm

I hope PWG finally brings in Kevin Sullivan and Abdullah the Butcher :P
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby Alex08 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:44 pm

it appears to be only one night, how do theye expect to do the tournament in one night. I guess they have things under control. cool to see that its on a friday.Hope to see ibushi and omega
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby DjEn3rgy21 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 8:27 pm

Alex08 wrote:it appears to be only one night, how do theye expect to do the tournament in one night. I guess they have things under control. cool to see that its on a friday.Hope to see ibushi and omega

Maybe they are just announcing the start of it? Who knows? It could be both Friday and Saturday :)

Either way I'm so there!!! They have to bring in some big ideas for this!!!!
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby TigerDriver98 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 9:23 pm

Assuming it's still eight teams, they can easily pull that off in one night. I'm thinking it will be set up sorta like Tango and Cash Night Two. The seven tournament matches and then maybe one or two non-tournament matches.

Hopefully we will get more info at the shows this weekend.
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Re: May 22, 2009

Postby PWG_Silverback » Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:38 pm

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On Friday, May 22, 2009, at American Legion Post #308 in Reseda, CA, eight of the best tag teams in professional wrestling will collide at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's DDT4! This weekend at Ninety-Nine and One Hundred, fans in attendance will have the first opportunity to purchase Front Row tickets for the one-night tournament. Then starting Tuesday, April 14, at 12:00PM PST, both Front Row and General Admission tickets will be available for purchase on Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's website, http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com. Front Row tickets are $25, and General Admission tickets are $20. Check back next week for more information about DDT4!
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby onlxn » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:28 am

Cool. I think DDT4 lends itself to being a one-night tourney, actually... two straight tag-heavy shows has kinda burned me out in the past.

The current core crew. You could get a nice tourney out of something like this...

1) Young Bucks
2) Dynasty
3) Roddy & Davey
4) Steenerico
5) Omega & Taylor
6) Dark & Lovely
7) Los Luchas
8) Cutlers

...and all it'd require is a one-night return from Steen. But maybe SD comes back and teams with Davey or B-Boy. Maybe the MCMGs actually win the belts at "99" and return to defend them at the tourney (I assume there's no chance of this, but fun to speculate). Maybe we get Omega/Ibushi, or something random like a PAC/Sonjay British Empire duo.

Should be great however they play it. Fun string of shows they have going here.
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby Meltman » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:03 pm

At first I wasn't sure about cramming all that into 1 night, but the more I think about it, the more I like it.

Plus, all together the tourney is only 9 matches, and if they got rid of all the undercard stuff, that's a perfect amount of matches, really.
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby Meltman » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:04 pm

Oops, meant to press 7, not 9 on the amount of tourney matches. :oops:
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby Alex08 » Fri Apr 10, 2009 11:33 am

No matter how they do it, its gonna awesome. i would like to see 2.0 back this year they brought some light and comedy to the tournament. Also any combination of a crazy dragon gate team would be cool too. speed muscle and el blazer/KAGETORA brought some awesome spots to the tournament.
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby CrOwNMeKiNG23 » Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:22 pm

Think about it this way guys...since it's a 1 day tournament there will be no undercard stuff and PWG can go all out and get the best tag teams out there to appear at ddt4. PWG has a way with giving the fans what they want and I've seen it happen time after time and it seems like a lot of people are asking for Ibushi and Omega and all I can say about that is don't be surprised if PWG delivers. It's gonna be a great tourney I'm sure. I'm still holding out for Hart and Evans, but we'll see what happens ;).
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Re: DDT4 on May 22, 2009 - Tickets on sale at 99 & 100!

Postby DjEn3rgy21 » Fri Apr 10, 2009 11:26 pm

CrOwNMeKiNG23 wrote:Think about it this way guys...since it's a 1 day tournament there will be no undercard stuff and PWG can go all out and get the best tag teams out there to appear at ddt4. PWG has a way with giving the fans what they want and I've seen it happen time after time and it seems like a lot of people are asking for Ibushi and Omega and all I can say about that is don't be surprised if PWG delivers. It's gonna be a great tourney I'm sure. I'm still holding out for Hart and Evans, but we'll see what happens ;).

OH I'D LOVE TO SEE THE HART FOUNDATION 2.0

I think they have matured a lot and would be a great addition. Hart and Evans would be great!!! If they are watching make that happen!!!
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