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A year before this, at the previous Indy Summit, Ibushi was headlining as the young DDT up and comer who was seen as the potential weak link in a multi man tag where he pulled off what could have been considered an upset. A year later he's working under Battlarts rules. Despite the Battlarts rules, this is very un-Battlarts as we don't get the gritty matwork and this is more Jr. heavyweight oriented pro-wres. Sawa is a Battlarts dojo Japanese indy guy who also works in the comedy setting as Lingerie Muto which is a parody version of Keiji Muto wearing lingerie... Hayato at this point was still a Michinoku Pro rookie who had some MMA training under Norifumi "K.I.D." Yamamoto before venturing into pro-wres -- his finisher is a guillotine choke he calls the K.I.D. in honor of KID. As I mentioned before, this is very un-Battlarts like and more Jr. heavyweight oriented pro-wres, so not everyone will enjoy it. This is mostly setup to push a potential feud between Ibushi and Sawa as they go at it from the bell and hit each other with some slaps and kick exchanges. There's some meaningless matwork here -- such as kneebars... We also get some pretty weak Mochi head kicks and Fujita shows signs of his brilliance here by packing some heat into his kicks when he's able to unleash. Despite being the underdog, the fans buy into him potentially pulling off the upset as he locks in the K.I.D. on Mochi, but Mochi reaches the ropes before blasting him with some head kicks for the KO. If you dig Jr. Japanese indy wrestling, then I would recommend you check this out.
Another really good WWNLive match from EVOLVE. I'm a big fan of both Sawa and Jaka and both guys brought it here, namely Sawa. He packed some heat behind his strikes and his fast hand strikes are great. There was a series where these were on the ground and they exchange some gruesome headbutts and Sawa just packed some heat on some right hands he was landing on Jaka.