Post by lordakiyama on Feb 7, 2014 23:38:42 GMT -5
During the Korakuen Hall show on February 7, Ricochet made a surprise return to Japan as the mystery partner of T-Hawk in a tag match against Masato Yoshino and Masaaki Mochizuki. His return, however, did not come with some controversy as Yoshino wasn't pleased that Ricochet didn't tell him he was coming back. Furthermore, Uhaa Nation was far from happy that Ricochet is helping out the Millenials, albeit temporarily, when he should be with his MONSTER EXPRESS teammates. As if to intensify things, Ricochet asked Yoshino for a Dream Gate title shot, leading to Ricochet and Uhaa having a heated argument that had to be broken up by Yoshino and CIMA. It was decided that Ricochet and Uhaa will have a singles match at the next Korakuen Hall show in March, which may potentially lead to setting up Ricochet getting the Dream Gate shot he's asked for.
The situation with the Millenials is that they've been on a downturn with their Mexican comrades having to return home and Eita, the driving force of the group, getting badly injured just as 2013 ended. CIMA offered to assist them until Eita was ready to return, but he too recently got injured a couple days ago when he and T-Hawk challenged Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi for Twin Gate. Running low on options, they apparently appealed to Ricochet to help them out. Eita's recovery progress appears to be going alright and one of the Mexican comrades, Flamita, will be returning next week.
Post by unofficialartist on Feb 11, 2014 11:58:42 GMT -5
"Well-well-well". Talk about conflict of interest. Obvious question is ricochet asking for a title shot for himself or is there something ELSE going on?? The way he partnered with t-hawk AND asked for a titleshot SUGGESTS he's looking to move beyond his stable. Add to that millenials' subtracting members & injury and it makes one wonder. Another question is WHY did ricochet accept millenials' offer?? The nation/ricochet match will either end mystery or continue it....
Post by lordakiyama on Feb 15, 2014 11:23:54 GMT -5
It should be noted that CIMA stepped back into the ring tonight (February 15) teaming with Masato Yoshino in a victory over The Millenials U-T and Yosuke♡Santa Maria. CIMA wrestled because heavy snowfall prevented Shingo Takagi from making it to Nagoya in time. Despite CIMA's return, I understand he's still questionable for whether or not he'll actually make the DGUSA shows.
Furthermore, despite CIMA's return, Ricochet will still be teaming with the Millenials for the time being as he helped T-Hawk and the returning Flamita win the main event six-man tag over MAD BLANKEY of YAMATO, BxB Hulk, and Cyber Kong. The focus of the show, though, was the apparent dissent within MB between Hulk and Naruki Doi.
Also, Ricochet has been granted a shot at Dream Gate scheduled for one of the CHAMPION GATE shows on March 2 in Osaka.
Post by unofficialartist on Feb 28, 2014 12:40:14 GMT -5
I took steps to direct medicine sample to cima through gabe @ ronin but he declined & only other way to reach cima directly was through gmail which am unsure if it works @ the moment. This'll be ricochet's second dreamgate shot which would make for a VERY interesting angle if he won that before adding freedomgate.
Post by lordakiyama on Mar 1, 2014 11:20:57 GMT -5
On today's first night of the Champions Gate double-shot, Eita announced that he was fully healed and ready to go. He thanked CIMA and Ricochet for filling in during his rehab, but because they both did not fit the Millenials age restrictions (all members must have been born in 1990 or later), they were no longer needed.
After successfully defending Twin Gate in the main event, Akira Tozawa called out Ricochet to determine just where his loyalties with MONSTER EXPRESS lay. Ricochet responded that he would give them the proper answer tomorrow night after challenging Masato Yoshino for Dream Gate. Ricochet added that he was 11-0 since returning to Japan and was in prime position to potentially dethrone Yoshino.
It should be noted that regardless of Ricochet's answer, he's still set to face Uhaa Nation in a singles match at Korakuen Hall on March 6.