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Kobe World Pro Wrestling Festival 2005
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Promotion Dragon Gate
Date July 3, 2005
Attendance 7,500
Venue Kobe World Kinen Hall
City Kobe, Japan
Kobe World Pro Wrestling Festival chronology

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The dark match between Kenichiro Arai and Tozawa was the last match in the Tozawa 10 Match Trial Series. Tozawa lost and complete the series with a 0-10 record. Stalker Ichikawa appeared following the second match, looking to engage one of the participants in an impromptu match. But he wasignored, however.

After intermission, the Dragon Gate President Takashi Okamura appeared along with the founder of Asistencia Asesoría y Administración Antonio Peña. And they announced a partnership between the two promotions and would be exchange talents in following the months.

Masaaki Mochizuki wore ring gear custom made by Susumu Yokosuka, which was white, the first time since Mochizuki wore such colors since he was part of Hagure Gundam. After the main event, Mochizuki challenged TAKA Michinoku for the Champion of Strongest-K, World Junior Heavyweight Championship, Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship. And he also nominated Susumu as a future challenger for the Open The Dream Gate Championship.

Match results
No. Results Stipulations Times
1D Kenichiro Arai defeated Tozawa Singles match 5:46
2 K-ness, Kenichiro Arai, and Susumu Yokosuka defeated Anthony W. Mori, BxB Hulk, and Super Shisa Six-man tag team match 17:51
3 El Hijo de Iwasanto and Mishi Mascaras defeated Jackson Florida and Johnson Florida Tag team match 9:55
4 Masato Yoshino and Shingo Takagi defeated Super-X and Yuji Hino Tag team match 14:31
5 Magnitude Kishiwada defeated Naoki Tanizaki Singles match 9:03
6 Katsuhiko Nakajima and Kensuke Sasaki defeated Genichiro Tenryu and Magnum Tokyo Tag Team match 15:34
7 Blood Generation (CIMA, Don Fujii, and Naruki Doi) defeated Do FIXER (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi, and Ryo Saito) (c) Six-man tag team match for the Open the Triangle Gate Championship 25:53
8 Masaaki Mochizuki (c) defeated Taka Michinoku Singles match for the Open the Dream Gate Championship 25:25
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
D – indicates the match was a dark match
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