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Memorial Gate (2007)
Information
Promotion Dragon Gate
Date March 25, 2007
Attendance 3800
Venue Tsu City Gym
City Mie, Japan
Event chronology

Truth Gate Memorial Gate (2007) Glorius Gate
Memorial Gate chronology

First Memorial Gate (2007) Memorial Gate in Wakayama (2012)


The Memorial Gate 2007 was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and GAORA TV event promoted by Dragon Gate. The event that took place on March 25 2007, in Mie at the Tsu City Gym and was the only event under the Memorial Gate. The event was later brought back in 2012 and was renamed to the Memorial Gate in Wakayama.

The event featured 7 matches with two of Dragon Gate's 6 championships on the line. The main event was Don Fujii against Jushin Thunder Liger for the Open The Dream Gate Championship

Production

The Memorial Gate (2007) aired in Japan through Dragon Gate's internet streaming site, Niconico, with Japanese language commentaries. The Japanese commentary was provided by Katsuya Ichikawa. The event also aired on tape delay on Japanese TV Gaora Sports to be launched in Dragon Gate's ~ Infinity ~ Series.

Storylines

Memorial Gate (2007) featured seven professional wrestling matches that involved different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines. Wrestlers portrayed villains, heroes, or less distinguishable characters in the scripted events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.

Matches

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Typhoon (BxB Hulk, Dragon Kid, Anthony W. Mori) and Atsushi Aoki defeated Tozawa-juku (Akira Tozawa, Taku Iwasa, Kenichiro Arai and Yuki Ono Eight-man Tag Team match 11:09
2 Yasushi Kanda and Kintaro Kanemura defeated Magnitude Kishiwada and Kengo Takai Tag Team match 12:05
3 Genki Horiguchi defeated Matt Sydal (c) Singles match for the Open The Brave Gate Championship 11:34
4 Jun Akiyama defeated Stalker Ichikawa Z Singles match for the Stalker Ichikawa Bosou 10 Match Series 4:50
5 Masaaki Mochizuki defeated Cyber Kong Singles Match 13:19
6 Typhoon (CIMA, Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka) defeated Muscle Outlaw'z (Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino and Gamma) (c) Six-Man Tag Team match for the Open The Triangle Gate Championship 19:14
7 Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Don Fujii (c) Singles match for the Open The Dream Gate Championship 30:23
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
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