Fujita and Eagles off to a strong tag team start
Professional wrestling fans were treated to an exciting and action-packed night at TAMASHII in Sydney on September 15. One of the standout moments of the event was the impressive debut of the tag team duo, Kosei Fujita and Robbie Eagles, who have now adopted the name ‘Ichiban Sweet Boys’.
The ‘Ichiban Sweet Boys’ faced off against the experienced tag team of Natural Classics Tome and Stevie Fillip, and emerged victorious after a grueling 17-minute and 36-second main event. The crowd erupted with excitement as Eagles forced Fillip to submit, solidifying their status as a formidable team.
Not only did Fujita and Eagles defeat one of Australia’s most established tag teams, but they also sent a message to the newest members of BULLET CLUB’s Rogue Army. This victory showcased their potential and set the stage for future success.
After the match, Eagles expressed gratitude towards the Fillips but made it clear that this was just the beginning for the ‘Ichiban Sweet Boys’. He vowed to take on all of Australia’s tag team duos and conquer them one by one. Fujita echoed this sentiment, emphasizing their unwavering focus on winning and their determination to reach the top.
While the Rogue Army may have faced a setback, there were impressive performances throughout the event. Caveman Ugg, known for his incredible strength, defeated the imposing Malcolm Phlex with a devastating Fire Thunder Driver. This victory showcased Ugg’s dominance and solidified his position as a singles powerhouse.
Another notable tag team victory came from Jack Bonza and Bad Luck Fale, who defeated the Joker and the Thief pairing of Jimmy Townsend and Mick Moretti. Bonza and Fale’s freestyle bow and arrow hold proved to be too much for their opponents, leaving fans speculating about their potential participation in the upcoming World Tag League.
The New Zealand Dojo representatives had a successful night as well, with Richard Mulu, Mark Tui, and Jake Taylor securing a victory over local talents Backman, Michael Spencer, and Aaron Jake. Andrew Villalobos and Shep Alexander also impressed with a win over The Tuckman and Jordan Allan Wright.
In the junior heavyweight division, the Velocities, Jude London and Paris De Silva, showcased their skills and potential as they defeated Trent Hooper and Tyler Illes using their signature move, the Excommunicado. The Velocities continue to be one of Australia’s most promising and popular tag teams.
TAMASHII also provided a platform for promising female talent, as Cherry Stephens emerged victorious in a match against Kyla Knight and her partner Charli Evans. Stephens sealed the win with her devastating finishing move, the Kawaii Knee, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.
The success of Fujita and Eagles as the ‘Ichiban Sweet Boys’ marks a new chapter in their careers. As they continue their world tour, fans can expect more thrilling matches and impressive victories from this dynamic tag team.
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