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On April 25, 2018, [[Jake Lee]] made his return to [[All Japan Pro Wrestling]], announcing that he wished to face his former stablemates and in the process leaving [[Nextream]]. Following his return, Lee challenged his former Nextream stablemate [[Kento Miyahara]] into a match for his [[Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship]]. However, he only received a non-title match against Miyahara. Shortly after, Lee announced a formation of a new stable alongside [[Dylan James]], [[Keiichi Sato]], [[Koji Iwamoto]] and [[Ryoji Sai]]. On June 13 it was revealed that the stable would be named "Sweeper". The reason for the name is that their goal is to accomplish everything in the promotion. On June 30, Sai and James lost the [[World Tag Team Championship]] to [[Suwama]] and [[Shuji Ishikawa]]. On August 26, Iwamoto defeated [[Atsushi Aoki]] to win the [[World Junior Heavyweight Championship]]. On September 22, Iwamoto lost the title to [[Shuji Kondo]]. On September 24, James turned on Lee and formed a team with [[Joe Doering]]. From November 13 to December 11, Lee and Sai took part in the [[World's Strongest Tag Determination League#2018|World's Strongest Tag Determination League]], finishing the tournament with a record of four wins and six losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.
 
On April 25, 2018, [[Jake Lee]] made his return to [[All Japan Pro Wrestling]], announcing that he wished to face his former stablemates and in the process leaving [[Nextream]]. Following his return, Lee challenged his former Nextream stablemate [[Kento Miyahara]] into a match for his [[Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship]]. However, he only received a non-title match against Miyahara. Shortly after, Lee announced a formation of a new stable alongside [[Dylan James]], [[Keiichi Sato]], [[Koji Iwamoto]] and [[Ryoji Sai]]. On June 13 it was revealed that the stable would be named "Sweeper". The reason for the name is that their goal is to accomplish everything in the promotion. On June 30, Sai and James lost the [[World Tag Team Championship]] to [[Suwama]] and [[Shuji Ishikawa]]. On August 26, Iwamoto defeated [[Atsushi Aoki]] to win the [[World Junior Heavyweight Championship]]. On September 22, Iwamoto lost the title to [[Shuji Kondo]]. On September 24, James turned on Lee and formed a team with [[Joe Doering]]. From November 13 to December 11, Lee and Sai took part in the [[World's Strongest Tag Determination League#2018|World's Strongest Tag Determination League]], finishing the tournament with a record of four wins and six losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.
   
Later in 2019, [[Naoya Nomura]] would join the stable after leaving Nextram to join Sweeper. On April 29, Lee lost in the finals of the [[Champion Carnival]] to [[Kento Miyahara]]. On May 5, Lee and Iwamoto lost the All Asia Tag Team Champions to [[Kazumi Kikuta]] and [[Ryuichi Kawakami]]. On May 20, 2019, Iwamoto defeated Atsushi Aoki to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. On June 18, Lee and Iwamoto defeated Kazumi Kikuta and Ryuichi Kawakami to regain the All Asia Tag Team Championship. In July, Iwamoto and Sato took part of the [[AJPW Junior Tag League#2019|2019 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory]], finishing the tournament with a record of two wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.
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Later in 2019, [[Naoya Nomura]] would join the stable after leaving Nextram to join Sweeper. On April 29, Lee lost in the finals of the [[Champion Carnival]] to [[Kento Miyahara]]. On May 5, Lee and Iwamoto lost the All Asia Tag Team Champions to [[Kazumi Kikuta]] and [[Ryuichi Kawakami]]. On May 20, 2019, Iwamoto defeated Atsushi Aoki to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. On June 18, Lee and Iwamoto defeated Kazumi Kikuta and Ryuichi Kawakami to regain the All Asia Tag Team Championship. In July, Iwamoto and Sato took part of the [[AJPW Junior Tag League#2019|2019 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory]], finishing the tournament with a record of two wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament. On September 23, Lee defeated Kento Miyahara in the finals to win the [[Ōdō Tournament#2019|2019 Ōdō Tournament]].
   
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
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**[[World Tag Team Championship]] ([[World Tag Team Championship|1 time]]) – James and Sai
 
**[[World Tag Team Championship]] ([[World Tag Team Championship|1 time]]) – James and Sai
 
**[[Jr. Battle of Glory]] ([[AJPW Junior League#2019|2019]]) – Iwamoto
 
**[[Jr. Battle of Glory]] ([[AJPW Junior League#2019|2019]]) – Iwamoto
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**[[Ōdō Tournament#2019|2019 Ōdō Tournament]] ([[Ōdō Tournament#2019|2019]]) – Lee
 
*'''[[Land's End Pro Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Land's End Pro Wrestling]]'''
 
**[[All Asia Heavyweight Championship]] ([[All Asia Heavyweight Championship|1 time]]) – Sai
 
**[[All Asia Heavyweight Championship]] ([[All Asia Heavyweight Championship|1 time]]) – Sai

Revision as of 21:12, September 24, 2019

Sweeper
Sweeper
Stable
Members Jake Lee
Keiichi Sato
Koji Iwamoto
Ryoji Sai
Naoya Nomura
Former
member(s)
Dylan James
Debut June 13, 2018
Promotion(s) AJPW
Sweeper (スイーパー, Suīpā), is a professional wrestling stable in the Japanese promotion All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) formed on June 13, 2018, by Dylan James, Jake Lee, Keiichi Sato, Koji Iwamoto and Ryoji Sai. The reason for the name is that their goal is to accomplish everything in the promotion. Sai held the All Asia Heavyweight Championship, Sai and James held the World Tag Team Championship and Iwamoto the World Junior Heavyweight Championship, while Lee and Iwamoto hold the All Asia Tag Team Championship.

History

On April 25, 2018, Jake Lee made his return to All Japan Pro Wrestling, announcing that he wished to face his former stablemates and in the process leaving Nextream. Following his return, Lee challenged his former Nextream stablemate Kento Miyahara into a match for his Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship. However, he only received a non-title match against Miyahara. Shortly after, Lee announced a formation of a new stable alongside Dylan James, Keiichi Sato, Koji Iwamoto and Ryoji Sai. On June 13 it was revealed that the stable would be named "Sweeper". The reason for the name is that their goal is to accomplish everything in the promotion. On June 30, Sai and James lost the World Tag Team Championship to Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa. On August 26, Iwamoto defeated Atsushi Aoki to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. On September 22, Iwamoto lost the title to Shuji Kondo. On September 24, James turned on Lee and formed a team with Joe Doering. From November 13 to December 11, Lee and Sai took part in the World's Strongest Tag Determination League, finishing the tournament with a record of four wins and six losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.

Later in 2019, Naoya Nomura would join the stable after leaving Nextram to join Sweeper. On April 29, Lee lost in the finals of the Champion Carnival to Kento Miyahara. On May 5, Lee and Iwamoto lost the All Asia Tag Team Champions to Kazumi Kikuta and Ryuichi Kawakami. On May 20, 2019, Iwamoto defeated Atsushi Aoki to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. On June 18, Lee and Iwamoto defeated Kazumi Kikuta and Ryuichi Kawakami to regain the All Asia Tag Team Championship. In July, Iwamoto and Sato took part of the 2019 Jr. Tag Battle of Glory, finishing the tournament with a record of two wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament. On September 23, Lee defeated Kento Miyahara in the finals to win the 2019 Ōdō Tournament.

Championships and accomplishments

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