Nov 7, 2011

`Dekinnoka!9` Robot Pro-Wrestling Match took place in Soka City (Nov 3, 2011)

Robot Professional Wrestling Match, `Dekinnoka!9`, sponsored by Omata-san took place in Soka City on Nov 3, 2011 during the 3rd Soka Fusasara FestivalOpen rehearsal 10:15 am to 11:30 am and two stages were carried out, the 1st one took place 12:00 am to 1:15 pm and the 2nd one 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm (JST).

Dekinnoka!9 was held as Tenkaneji Budokai 2nd (Best Martial Arts Screw Tournament On Earth 2nd).  My custom-built robot `BLACK TIGER NEO` also joined as `Nagare-BLACKTIGER`. `BLACK TIGER NEO` had autonomous fighting system, however `BLACK TIGER NEO` fought through radio control in the Tenkaneji Budokai.

`Dekinnoka!` in Japanese, means `Can you do it?`. As Omata-san has been loving real professional wrestling, the 1st Robot Professional Wrestling in Soka on Nov. 3rd, 2008 was planned and held by him. He explained the 'Robot Professional Wrestling' was not 'Wrestling' but 'Fighting Arts'. The purpose of `Dekinnoka!` was not only robot fight but also to inform pleasure of robot.

President Mister Tamao of Robot Pro-Wrestling, who is Omata-san planned not only wrestling match but also the back story of each wrestler character such as a real pro-wrestling match. Promotion of Deknnoka!9 have been uploaded.

Opening: Flying of AR-Dron
Dekinnoka!9 was opened by AR-Dron flying.  The flying robot was custom-built by Amino-san.

Tenkaneji Budokai 2nd
(Best Martial Arts Screw Tournament On Earth 2nd)


Eight robots joined the tournament were Nagare-Gold, Zerfar, Thunderbolt, Wadahoo, Nagare-BLACK TIGER, Kyonkyon-Kamen, Waroo and G-Saaga.  Each robot had one Dragon Screw and the winner of each match could get all screws. Fighting rule was as follows; the winner was the robot which dropped out of the ring or knocked down his opponent. The winner of the tournament, robot gotten 8 screws could call Nejiron, God of Screw. Nejiron would answer the winner's request. These storys were similar to those of `Dragon Ball`.

The 1st Match:Tenkaneji Budokai the 1st stage
Nagare-Gold vs Zerfar

The 2nd Match: Tenkaneji Budokai the 1st stage
Thunderbolt vs Wandahoo

The 3rd Match: Tenkaneji Budokai the 1st stage
Kyonkyon-Kamen vs Nagare-BLACK TIGER

The 4th Match: Tenkaneji Budokai the 1st stage
G-Saaga vs Waroo

The 5th Match: Tenkaneji Budokai Semifinal
Winner of the 1st Match vs Winner of the 2nd Match
Nagare-Gold vs Thunderbolt

The 6th Match: Tenkaneji Budokai Semifinal
Winner of the 3rd Match vs Winner of the 4th Match
Nagare-BLACKTIGER vs G-Saaga

Exhibision: Robot Concert `Hikennoka!` by Kinopy
Kinopy played the xylophone.

The 7th Match: Battle Royal Match
The ramble match was carried out by the losers of matches.  At first the 1st robot and the 2nd robot entered the ring and began fight, after 1 minute later the 3rd robot joined the fight, then every 1 minute another robot joined the fight. The ring rope of all side were removed for dropping out of ring. The winner was the robot survived on the ring. The winner was Thunderbolt.

The 8th Match: Tenkaneji Budokai Final
Winner of the 5th Match vs Winner of the 6th Match
G-Saaga vs Nagare-Gold 
The winner was G-Saaga and got all eight screws.

Ending : Announcement of the wish by G-Saaga, the winner of Tenkaneji Budokai
The winner G-Saaga asked Nejiron that he could have a match with Hammerhead, one of 4 God Robots of Kansai-District.  Nejiron answered that his wish would be fulfilled in the nest year.

General Election
General election of all robot joined the Robot Pro-Wrestling Dekinnoka! took place after the tournament. Audience voted to their favorite robots. The 1st place robot would have the right to join the main event match in the Christmas Dekinnoka!10 which will take place at Tsukiji-Honganji Buddhist Hall in Tokyo on Dec 25, 2011.

There were 246 votes.  The 1st place was G-Saaga obtained 93 votes. The 2nd place was Nagare-Gold 30 votes, the 3rd place was Kumataro 22 votes, the 4th place was Kyonkyon-Kamen 17 votes and the 5th place was Leguhorn 13 votes.

Omata-san carried out 9 times `Dekinnoka! as 1, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8` during 3 years. `Deknnoka!` has been also supported by the members of Kanto-Training-Group.

Reports of `Dekinnoka!`, `Dekinnoka!2`, `Dekinnoka!3`, `Dekinnoka!5`, 'Dekinnoka!6' , Dekinnoka!7' and `Dekinnoka!8` have been uploaded in this blog. Videos were also uploaded to the 'Dekinnoka Official Site` by Omata-san. You can watch the details of the Robot Professional Wrestling videos by clicking each 10 poster of `Deinnoka! 1, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8`.

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1 comment:

Gremio said...

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