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|promotion = [[Dragon Gate]]
 
|promotion = [[Dragon Gate]]
 
|date = {{dts|2020|02|29}}<br>{{dts|2020|03|1}}
 
|date = {{dts|2020|02|29}}<br>{{dts|2020|03|1}}
|attendance =
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|attendance = Night 1: 595<br/>Night 2: 808
 
|venue = Edion Arena Osaka #2
 
|venue = Edion Arena Osaka #2
 
|city = Osaka, Japan
 
|city = Osaka, Japan
 
|lastevent = [[Final Gate (2019)]]
 
|lastevent = [[Final Gate (2019)]]
|nextevent = [[Memorial Gate in Wakayama (2020)]]
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|nextevent = Memorial Gate in Wakayama (2020)
 
|lastevent2 = [[Champion Gate in Osaka (2019)]]
 
|lastevent2 = [[Champion Gate in Osaka (2019)]]
|nextevent2 = [[Champion Gate in Osaka (2021)]]
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|nextevent2 = Champion Gate in Osaka (2021)
 
|eventname = '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2020)'''
 
|eventname = '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2020)'''
 
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|liveevent = y
 
|event = '''[[Champion Gate|Champion Gate in Osaka]] chronology'''
 
|event = '''[[Champion Gate|Champion Gate in Osaka]] chronology'''
 
|eventname2 = '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2019)'''
 
|eventname2 = '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2019)'''
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}}The '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2020) '''was a two-day professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and GAORA TV event promoted by [[Dragon Gate]]. The shows took place on February 29 and on March 1, 2020, in Osaka at the Edion Arena Osaka #2 and was the tenth event under the [[Champion Gate]]. The first night featured two championship matches for the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship|Open The Brave Gate and]] [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]]s and the second night two championship matches for the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open The Twin Gate]] and [[Open The Dream Gate Championship|Dream Gate Championship]]. The event aired on GAORA and [[Dragon Gate Network]] streaming service.
The '''Champion Gate in Osaka (2020)''' is an upcoming a two-day professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and GAORA TV event promoted by [[Dragon Gate]]. The shows will take place on February 29 and on March 1, 2020, in Osaka at the Edion Arena Osaka and was the tenth event under the [[Champion Gate]]. The first night featured two championship matches for the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship|Open The Brave Gate and]] [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]]s and the second night two championship matches for the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open The Twin Gate]] and [[Open The Dream Gate Championship|Dream Gate Championship]]. The event aired on GAORA and [[Dragon Gate Network]] streaming service.
 
   
 
==Production==
 
==Production==
 
===Background===
 
===Background===
The Champion Gate in Osaka (2019) aired live through Dragon Gate's internet streaming site, [[Dragon Gate Network]], 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. The event also featured English commentary provided by Larry Dallas and Dragon Gate Jae.
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The Champion Gate in Osaka (2019) aired live through Dragon Gate's internet streaming site, [[Dragon Gate Network]], 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. The event also featured English commentary provided by Larry Dallas and Jae Church.
   
 
===Storylines===
 
===Storylines===
 
The Champion Gate in Osaka (2020) featured professional wrestling matches that involved wrestlers from pre-existing feuds and storylines that played out on the Dragon Gate's television program. Wrestlers portrayed heroes or villains as they followed a series of events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.
 
The Champion Gate in Osaka (2020) featured professional wrestling matches that involved wrestlers from pre-existing feuds and storylines that played out on the Dragon Gate's television program. Wrestlers portrayed heroes or villains as they followed a series of events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.
   
[[File:Doidream2.jpg|thumb|left|[[Naruki Doi]], who is set to make his second defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]] at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night|277x277px]]
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[[File:Doidream2.jpg|thumb|left|[[Naruki Doi]], who made his second defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]] at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night|277x277px]]
The first night was main evented by [[Kaito Ishida]] making his second defense of the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]] against [[Genki Horiguchi]]. On February 7 as part of a feud between [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] and [[R.E.D]], [[Genki Horiguchi]] challenged R.E.D's [[Kaito Ishida]] to a match for his [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]].
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The first night was main evented by [[Kaito Ishida]] making his second defense of the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]] against [[Genki Horiguchi]]. On February 7 as part of a feud between [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] and [[R.E.D]], [[Genki Horiguchi]] challenged R.E.D's [[Kaito Ishida]] to a match for his [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]].
   
In the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]] [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] ([[Dragon Kid]], [[Kenichiro Arai]] and [[Ryo Saito]]) will make their first title defense against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[Ben-K]], [[Dragon Dia]] and [[Strong Machine J]]). On February 16, [[Keisuke Okuda]] pinned one-third of the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship|Open The Triangle Gate Champions]] [[Dragon Kid]]. Afterwards, [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] challenged [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] for their titles. Since Okuda failed on his attempt to win the titles on February 7, the [[Dragon Gate Tournaments|Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament]], [[Ben-K]], [[Dragon Dia]] and [[Strong Machine J]] challenged Kid, [[Kenichiro Arai]] and [[Ryo Saito]] to a title match, which he accepted.
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In the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]] [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] ([[Dragon Kid]], [[Kenichiro Arai]] and [[Ryo Saito]]) made their first title defense against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[Ben-K]], [[Dragon Dia]] and [[Strong Machine J]]). On February 16, [[Keisuke Okuda]] pinned one-third of the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship|Open The Triangle Gate Champions]] [[Dragon Kid]]. Afterwards, [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] challenged [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] for their titles. Since Okuda failed on his attempt to win the titles on February 7, the [[Dragon Gate Tournaments|Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament]], [[Ben-K]], [[Dragon Dia]] and [[Strong Machine J]] challenged Kid, [[Kenichiro Arai]] and [[Ryo Saito]] to a title match, which he accepted.
   
The second night will be main evented by [[Naruki Doi]] making his second defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]] against [[Susumu Yokosuka]]. On February 7, 2020, Doi defeated [[Kzy]] to make his first successful title defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]]. After the match, Doi issued an open challenge, which was answered by his [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] stablemate [[Susumu Yokosuka]], leading their match to be announced to take part in the second night of the show. On February 24, it was announced that the winner of the match, would be given a new version of the Open The Dream Gate Championship, with the new logo of the promotion.
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The second night was main evented by [[Naruki Doi]] making his second defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]] against [[Susumu Yokosuka]]. On February 7, 2020, Doi defeated [[Kzy]] to make his first successful title defense of the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]]. After the match, Doi issued an open challenge, which was answered by his [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] stablemate [[Susumu Yokosuka]], leading their match to be announced to take part in the second night of the show. On February 24, it was announced that the winner of the match, would be given a new version of the Open The Dream Gate Championship, with the new logo of the promotion.
   
[[File:HulkSakamotoTwin.jpg|thumb|right|[[R.E.D]] ([[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]]), who are set to make their first defense of the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]] at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night|270x270px]]
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[[File:HulkSakamotoTwin.jpg|thumb|[[R.E.D]] ([[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]]), who made their first defense of the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]] at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night|270x270px]]
In the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]] match, [[R.E.D]] ([[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]]) will make their first title defense against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[KAI]] and [[YAMATO]]). In December 2019, R.E.D took part in a storyline, where they entered in a "Generation War" against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] and [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]]. On December 18, BxB Hulk was revealed as the Red Masked Demon, after turning on YAMATO defecting from [[Tribe Vanguard]], proceeding to steal the Open The Twin Gate Championship belts. On December 22, YAMATO forfeited his half of the Open The Twin Gate Championship, leading to Hulk protest against the decision. Afterwards, General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] declared the titles vacated, with the new champions being crown in a tournament in January. On January 15, Hulk and Sakamoto defeated [[Ben-K]] and YAMATO in the finals to win the Open The Twin Gate Championship. On February 16, YAMATO pinned Hulk during a tag team match. Afterwards, he challenged Hulk to a match for the Open The Twin Gate Championship, but Hulk refused it, leading General Manager Takayuki Yagi to give an ultimatum, which he would by accept the title match or surrender the titles. Their match was announced to take part in the second night of the event.
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In the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]] match, [[R.E.D]] ([[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]]) made their first title defense against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[KAI]] and [[YAMATO]]). In December 2019, R.E.D took part in a storyline, where they entered in a "Generation War" against [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] and [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]]. On December 18, BxB Hulk was revealed as the Red Masked Demon, after turning on YAMATO defecting from [[Tribe Vanguard]], proceeding to steal the Open The Twin Gate Championship belts. On December 22, YAMATO forfeited his half of the Open The Twin Gate Championship, leading to Hulk protest against the decision. Afterwards, General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] declared the titles vacated, with the new champions being crown in a tournament in January. On January 15, Hulk and Sakamoto defeated [[Ben-K]] and YAMATO in the finals to win the Open The Twin Gate Championship. On February 16, YAMATO pinned Hulk during a tag team match. Afterwards, he challenged Hulk to a match for the Open The Twin Gate Championship, but Hulk refused it, leading General Manager Takayuki Yagi to give an ultimatum, which he would by accept the title match or surrender the titles. Their match was announced to take part in the second night of the event.
   
 
== Results ==
 
== Results ==
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{{Pro Wrestling results table
 
|future = no
 
|future = no
|time1 = 5:38
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|time1 =4:49
|match1 = [[Yuki Yoshioka]] defeated [[Mondai Ryu]]
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|match1 = Martin Kirby and Taketo Kamei defeated Ho Ho Lun and Michael Su
|stip1 = Singles match
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|stip1 = Tag Team match
|match2 = [[Natural Vibes]] ([[Kzy]], [[Susumu Yokosuka]] and [["brother" YASSHI]]) (with [[Genki Horiguchi]]) defeated [[Mochizuki Dojo]] ([[Masaaki Mochizuki]] and [[Kota Minoura]]) and [[Dragon Dia]] (with Yuki Yoshioka)
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|pre1=yes
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|match2 = [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] ([[Masato Yoshino]], [[Don Fujii]] and [[Yasushi Kanda]]) defeated [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[Jason Lee]], [[Punch Tominaga]] and [[Kota Minoura]])
 
|stip2 = Six-Man Tag Team match
 
|stip2 = Six-Man Tag Team match
|time2 = 11:00
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|time2 = 11:14
|match3 = [[Don Fujii]] and [[Gamma]] defeated Maraha Isappa (Genki Horiguchi and [[Ryo Saito]])
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|match3 = [[Yuki Yoshioka]] defeated [[Gamma]]
|stip3 = Tag Team match
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|stip3 = Singles match
|time3 = 9:35
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|time3 =12:06
|match4 = [[Shun Skywalker]] (with Kota Minoura) defeated [[Jason Lee]]
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|match4 = [[R.E.D]] ([[Takashi Yoshida]] and [[Diamante]]) defeated Toryumon ([[Naruki Doi]] and [[Susumu Yokosuka]]) and [[Masaaki Mochizuki]] and Kento Kobune vs.
|stip4 = Singles match
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|stip4 = 3-Way Tag Team match
|time4 = 8:48
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|time4 = 9:42
|match5 = [[R.E.D]] ([[PAC]] and [[Eita]], [[Ben-K]] and [[Big R Shimizu]]) defeated [[Tribe Vanguard]] ([[YAMATO]], [[Kagetora]], [[KAI]] and [[U-T]])
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|match5 = Dragon Gate ([[YAMATO]], [[KAI]], [[Kzy]] and [[Keisuke Okuda]]) defeated R.E.D ([[Eita]], [[Big R Shimizu]], [[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]])
|stip5 = Eight-Man Tag Team match
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|stip5 = Eight-Man Tag Team match
|time5 = 12:36
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|time5 = 17:03
|match6 = [[Dragon Kid]] (c) (with Jason Lee) defeated [[K-ness.]]
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|match6 = [[Kaito Ishida]] (c) defeated [[Genki Horiguchi]] by submission
|stip6 = Singles match for the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]]
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|stip6 = Singles match for the [[Open The Brave Gate Championship]]
|time6 = 18:56
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|time6 = 13:42
|match7 = R.E.D ([[Kazma Sakamoto]], [[Takashi Yoshida]] and [[Yasushi Kanda]]) (c) (with Big R Shimizu) defeated [[MaxiMuM]] ([[Naruki Doi]], [[Masato Yoshino]] and [[Kaito Ishida]]) (with Jason Lee)
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|match7 = Dragon Gate ([[Ben-K]], [[Strong Machine J]] and [[Dragon Dia]]) defeated Toryumon ([[Dragon Kid]], [[Ryo Saito]] and [[Kenichiro Arai]]) (c)
 
|stip7 = Six-Man Tag Team match for the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]]
 
|stip7 = Six-Man Tag Team match for the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]]
|time7 = 19:42
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|time7 =19:34
 
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|future = no
 
|future = no
|dark1 = yes
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|match1 = Kento Kobune and Taketo Kamei defeated Ho Ho Lun and Michael Su
|match2 = [[Ryo Saito]], [[Don Fujii]] and [[Gamma]] defeated [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], [[K-ness.]] and [["brother" YASSHI]]
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|stip1 = Tag Team match
|stip2 = Six-Man Tag Team match
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|time1=5:43
|match3 = [[Tribe Vanguard]] ([[YAMATO]] and [[Kagetora]]) defeated [[MaxiMuM]] ([[Masato Yoshino]] and [[Jason Lee]])
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|pre1=yes
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|match2 = [[Dragon Gate (stable)|Dragon Gate]] ([[Jason Lee]], [[Strong Machine J]], [[Dragon Dia]] and [[Oji Shiiba]]) defeated [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], [[Ryo Saito]], [[Gamma]] and Martin Kirby
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|stip2 = Eight-Man Tag Team match
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|time2=10:09
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|match3 = Dragon Gate ([[Kzy]] and [[Strong Machine J]]) defeated [[Toryumon (stable)|Toryumon]] ([[Genki Horiguchi]] and [[Don Fujii]])
 
|stip3 = Tag Team match
 
|stip3 = Tag Team match
|match4 = [[Kaito Ishida]] (with Masato Yoshino) defeated [[Takashi Yoshida]] (with [[Yasushi Kanda]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]])
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|time3=9:59
|stip4 = Singles match<br/>Had Ishida lost, MaxiMuM would be banned from challenging for the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]] for 1 year
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|match4 = [[R.E.D]] ([[Takashi Yoshida]] and [[Kaito Ishida]]) defeated Dragon Gate ([[Ben-K]] and [[Keisuke Okuda]]) by disqualification
|match5 = [[MaxiMuM]] ([[Naruki Doi]] and [[Dragon Kid]]) (with Masato Yoshino and Jason Lee) defeated [[Mochizuki Dojo]] ([[Hyou Watanabe]] and [[Yuki Yoshioka]]) (with [[Kota Minoura]])
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|stip4 = Tag Team match
|stip5 = Tag Team match
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|time4=12:28
|match6 = [[Natural Vibes]] ([[Kzy]], [[Genki Horiguchi]] and [[Susumu Yokosuka]]) (with [["brother" YASSHI]]) defeated [[R.E.D]] ([[Eita]], Yasushi Kanda and Kazma Sakamoto) (with Takashi Yoshida)
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|match5 =[[R.E.D]] ([[Eita]], [[Big R Shimizu]] and [[Diamante]]) defeated Toryumon ([[Masato Yoshino]], [[Dragon Kid]] and [[Kagetora]])
|stip6 = Six-Man Tag Team match
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|stip5 = Six-Man Tag Team match
|match7 = [[Big Ben]] ([[Big R Shimizu]] and [[Ben-K]]) (c) defeated [[Tribe Vanguard]] ([[KAI]] and [[U-T]]) (with YAMATO and Kagetora)
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|time5=13:40
|stip7 = Tag team match for the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]]
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|match6 = [[R.E.D]] ([[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]]) (c) vs. Dragon Gate ([[YAMATO]] and [[KAI]]) ended in a no contest
|match8 = [[PAC]] (c) (with Eita, Yasushi Kanda, Kazma Sakamoto and Takashi Yoshida) defeated [[Shun Skywalker]] (with Kota Minoura, Masaaki Mochizuki, Hyou Watanabe and Yuki Yoshioka)
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|stip6 = Tag team match for the [[Open The Twin Gate Championship]]
|stip8 = Singles match for the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]]
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|time6=19:45
|time1 = 5:50|match1 = [[Mondai Ryu]] defeated [[Kota Minoura]]|stip1 = Singles match|time2 = 9:56|time3 = 10:20|time4 = 8:38|time5 = 9:31|time6 = 14:23|time7 = 19:51|time8 = 18:30}}
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|match7 = [[Naruki Doi]] (c) defeated [[Susumu Yokosuka]]
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|stip7 = Singles match for the [[Open The Dream Gate Championship]]
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|time7=22:43
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Latest revision as of 19:55, March 2, 2020

The Champion Gate in Osaka (2020) was a two-day professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and GAORA TV event promoted by Dragon Gate. The shows took place on February 29 and on March 1, 2020, in Osaka at the Edion Arena Osaka #2 and was the tenth event under the Champion Gate. The first night featured two championship matches for the Open The Brave Gate and Open The Triangle Gate Championships and the second night two championship matches for the Open The Twin Gate and Dream Gate Championship. The event aired on GAORA and Dragon Gate Network streaming service.

ProductionEdit

BackgroundEdit

The Champion Gate in Osaka (2019) aired live through Dragon Gate's internet streaming site, Dragon Gate Network, 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. The event also featured English commentary provided by Larry Dallas and Jae Church.

StorylinesEdit

The Champion Gate in Osaka (2020) featured professional wrestling matches that involved wrestlers from pre-existing feuds and storylines that played out on the Dragon Gate's television program. Wrestlers portrayed heroes or villains as they followed a series of events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.

Doidream2

Naruki Doi, who made his second defense of the Open The Dream Gate Championship at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night

The first night was main evented by Kaito Ishida making his second defense of the Open The Brave Gate Championship against Genki Horiguchi. On February 7 as part of a feud between Toryumon and R.E.D, Genki Horiguchi challenged R.E.D's Kaito Ishida to a match for his Open The Brave Gate Championship.

In the Open The Triangle Gate Championship Toryumon (Dragon Kid, Kenichiro Arai and Ryo Saito) made their first title defense against Dragon Gate (Ben-K, Dragon Dia and Strong Machine J). On February 16, Keisuke Okuda pinned one-third of the Open The Triangle Gate Champions Dragon Kid. Afterwards, Dragon Gate challenged Toryumon for their titles. Since Okuda failed on his attempt to win the titles on February 7, the Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament, Ben-K, Dragon Dia and Strong Machine J challenged Kid, Kenichiro Arai and Ryo Saito to a title match, which he accepted.

The second night was main evented by Naruki Doi making his second defense of the Open The Dream Gate Championship against Susumu Yokosuka. On February 7, 2020, Doi defeated Kzy to make his first successful title defense of the Open The Dream Gate Championship. After the match, Doi issued an open challenge, which was answered by his Toryumon stablemate Susumu Yokosuka, leading their match to be announced to take part in the second night of the show. On February 24, it was announced that the winner of the match, would be given a new version of the Open The Dream Gate Championship, with the new logo of the promotion.

HulkSakamotoTwin

R.E.D (BxB Hulk and Kazma Sakamoto), who made their first defense of the Open The Twin Gate Championship at the Champion Gate in Osaka in the second night

In the Open The Twin Gate Championship match, R.E.D (BxB Hulk and Kazma Sakamoto) made their first title defense against Dragon Gate (KAI and YAMATO). In December 2019, R.E.D took part in a storyline, where they entered in a "Generation War" against Dragon Gate and Toryumon. On December 18, BxB Hulk was revealed as the Red Masked Demon, after turning on YAMATO defecting from Tribe Vanguard, proceeding to steal the Open The Twin Gate Championship belts. On December 22, YAMATO forfeited his half of the Open The Twin Gate Championship, leading to Hulk protest against the decision. Afterwards, General Manager Takayuki Yagi declared the titles vacated, with the new champions being crown in a tournament in January. On January 15, Hulk and Sakamoto defeated Ben-K and YAMATO in the finals to win the Open The Twin Gate Championship. On February 16, YAMATO pinned Hulk during a tag team match. Afterwards, he challenged Hulk to a match for the Open The Twin Gate Championship, but Hulk refused it, leading General Manager Takayuki Yagi to give an ultimatum, which he would by accept the title match or surrender the titles. Their match was announced to take part in the second night of the event.

Results Edit

Night 1Edit

# Results Stipulations Times
1P Martin Kirby and Taketo Kamei defeated Ho Ho Lun and Michael Su Tag Team match 4:49
2 Toryumon (Masato Yoshino, Don Fujii and Yasushi Kanda) defeated Dragon Gate (Jason Lee, Punch Tominaga and Kota Minoura) Six-Man Tag Team match 11:14
3 Yuki Yoshioka defeated Gamma Singles match 12:06
4 R.E.D (Takashi Yoshida and Diamante) defeated Toryumon (Naruki Doi and Susumu Yokosuka) and Masaaki Mochizuki and Kento Kobune vs. 3-Way Tag Team match 9:42
5 Dragon Gate (YAMATO, KAI, Kzy and Keisuke Okuda) defeated R.E.D (Eita, Big R Shimizu, BxB Hulk and Kazma Sakamoto) Eight-Man Tag Team match 17:03
6 Kaito Ishida (c) defeated Genki Horiguchi by submission Singles match for the Open The Brave Gate Championship 13:42
7 Dragon Gate (Ben-K, Strong Machine J and Dragon Dia) defeated Toryumon (Dragon Kid, Ryo Saito and Kenichiro Arai) (c) Six-Man Tag Team match for the Open The Triangle Gate Championship 19:34
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • Videoicon – refers to the video of that match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show

Night 2Edit

# Results Stipulations Times
1P Kento Kobune and Taketo Kamei defeated Ho Ho Lun and Michael Su Tag Team match 5:43
2 Dragon Gate (Jason Lee, Strong Machine J, Dragon Dia and Oji Shiiba) defeated Masaaki Mochizuki, Ryo Saito, Gamma and Martin Kirby Eight-Man Tag Team match 10:09
3 Dragon Gate (Kzy and Strong Machine J) defeated Toryumon (Genki Horiguchi and Don Fujii) Tag Team match 9:59
4 R.E.D (Takashi Yoshida and Kaito Ishida) defeated Dragon Gate (Ben-K and Keisuke Okuda) by disqualification Tag Team match 12:28
5 R.E.D (Eita, Big R Shimizu and Diamante) defeated Toryumon (Masato Yoshino, Dragon Kid and Kagetora) Six-Man Tag Team match 13:40
6 R.E.D (BxB Hulk and Kazma Sakamoto) (c) vs. Dragon Gate (YAMATO and KAI) ended in a no contest Tag team match for the Open The Twin Gate Championship 19:45
7 Naruki Doi (c) defeated Susumu Yokosuka Singles match for the Open The Dream Gate Championship 22:43
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • Videoicon – refers to the video of that match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show
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