DDT Pro-Wrestling

DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDTプロレスリング, DDT Puroresuringu) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion based in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Its name stands for Dramatic Dream Team, which was the promotion's official name from 1997 to 2004. Founded in March 1997 by Shintaro Muto, but the promotion was eventually bought and managed by Shoichi Ichimiya until December 2005, when Sanshiro Takagi took over as the new president. In 2017, DDT was sold to CyberAgent. Takagi retained his position, while Takahiro Yamauchi took over as the new DDT director.

DDT Pro-Wrestling Co., Ltd.
Dramatic Dream Team (1997–2004)
DDT Pro-Wrestling (2004–present)
Native name
Kabushiki-kaisha DDT Puroresuringu
IndustryProfessional wrestling
Sports entertainment
FounderShintaro Muto[citation needed]
HeadquartersShinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Sanshiro Takagi
Danshoku Dino
Takahiro Yamauchi (Director)
Increase ¥85 million[1] (2019)
Total assetsIncrease ¥133 million[1] (2019)

DDT became one of the top promotions in Japanese indie wrestling by creating a unique sports entertainment style, often parodying WWE, with a Japanese puroresu flair to the matches. DDT has had agreements with various MMA and professional wrestling promotions around the world.[citation needed] DDT's biggest event is Peter Pan, held each year since 2009.

In January 2020, DDT's parent company CyberAgent purchased Pro Wrestling Noah, with DDT's executives taking over Noah's operations and Noah's content appearing on DDT's streaming service.[2]


The promotion was founded by Shintaro Muto, Sanshiro Takagi, Kyohei Mikami and Kazushige Nosawa, after these four left Pro Wrestling Crusaders.[3] The promotion was named Dramatic Dream Team, its first event took place on January 31, 1997, in Tokyo. In 1999, DDT started producing pay-per-view digests of its product on DirectTV.[citation needed]

The cards' matches tend to be a mixture of Japanese lucharesu (a mix of lucha libre and traditional puroresu), worked shoot-style, hardcore brawling and comedy matches. DDT is in many ways a parody of American pro wrestling, particularly WWE, using over-the-top gimmicks (most notably Danshoku Dino) as well as unique match types including a hardcore match in a campsite (which featured use of bottle rockets as weapons), an "Office Deathmatch" (where the ring was set up to resemble a section of an office building, complete with cubicle walls and computers), and a "Silence Match" (where wrestlers were forbidden to make loud noises, resulting in slow-motion chops and punches and featuring the commentary team speaking in a faux-whisper).

The promotion then established their own governing body in 2000, the King of DDT, shortened as KO-D, creating the KO-D Openweight Championship, Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship and the KO-D Tag Team Championship. DDT also created their own tag team tournament the DDT Tag League. Later in 2003, Shoichi Ichimiya became the new president of DDT.[citation needed] On 2004, DDT rebranded to DDT Pro Wrestling kabushiki gaisha renaming the promotion to DDT Pro Wrestling. In October, DDT got a timeslot on Fighting TV Samurai, creating their regular broadcast program DDT Dramatic Fantasia.[citation needed] In 2005, indie promotion Union Pro Wrestling was revived by DDT.[4]

On December 28, 2005 Ichimiya retired from professional wrestling and announced his departure from DDT.[citation needed] This led to Sanshiro Takagi taking over the promotion as the new president. Then the company focused on the feud between the face stable Italian Four Horsemen and the heel stable Disaster-Box.[citation needed] In November 2006, DDT announced the creation of their fourth active title the DDT Extreme Division Championship. Later in 2007 DDT announced a working relationship with Dragon Gate. DDT and Dragon Gate held their first co-promoted show, Dramatic Dream Gate on April 18, 2007 in Shinjuku Face in Tokyo, Japan. DDT would later become a member of the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance. The group was established as a means to aid the many competing wrestling promotions in Japan. In 2009, DDT announced that they were going to become a stock company, turning their company from private to public.[citation needed] In March 2010, DDT announced a working relationship with Big Japan Pro Wrestling.[5] Later in March, Takagi announced the DDT48 (later renamed Dramatic Sousenkyo), which is a fan vote where the winner receives a shot for the KO-D Openweight Championship. Later that month Michael Nakazawa stepped down as the CEO of DDT and Amon Tsurumi became the general manager of the promotion.[citation needed] In 2011 DDT received the Fighting TV Samurai Indie's Job prize for having the best show the year, winning the Best Box Office Award.

In March 2012, DDT ended their DDT Dramatic Fantasia program.[citation needed] Later on April 2, DDT started to broadcasting to NicoNico creating the program DDT Wrestling Hour.[citation needed] On June 4, DDT launched another sub-brand named Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling, which was exclusive to women's wrestlers.[6] DDT celebrated its 15th anniversary on August 18, 2012, by holding its first ever event in Nippon Budokan.[7] On December 23, 2012, DDT announced the creation of their fifth active title, the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship.[8] On January 17, 2013, DDT announced that Daisuke Sasaki had signed a contract to officially make DDT his home promotion, ending his days as a freelancer.[9][10] On April 17 DDT formed another sub-brand Ganbare☆Puroresu. On May 3, DDT's Max Bump event was broadcast live by Samurai TV. After that DDT launched a weekly program DDT Pro Wrestling Banzai, which was also broadcast by Samurai TV.[citation needed] On November 28, DDT announced a new project named DDT New Attitude which would be another sub-brand of DDT, functioning as a farm league for DDT.

On January 14, 2015, DDT opened a women's wrestling school with Makoto Oishi and Cherry as instructors.[citation needed] Later DDT announced the creation of their sixth active title, the King of Dark Championship, which would be "won" by the loser of a dark match. On June 23, DDT opened the Dropkick Bar which is a professional wrestling, boxing and mixed martial arts-themed sports bar. Professional wrestling personalities regularly make appearances at the bar. On August 17 it was announced that Union Pro would be folding after its 10th anniversary event on October 4.[11] Three days after its folding, Union was replaced by a new promotion named Pro-Wrestling Basara, which launched in January 2016.[12] In October 2016, DDT announced "DDT Universe", a new streaming service for events held by DDT, DNA, Basara, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling and Ganbare☆Puroresu.[13] The service launched on January 23, 2017.[14] On April 30, 2017, announced the creation of their seventh active title, the KO-D 10-Man Tag Team Championship, meant for teams of five wrestlers, the title is believed to be the first of its kind in professional wrestling.[15][16] with the inaugural champions crowned on August 20, 2017.[17]

On July 5, 2017, it was announced that DDT had entered into a partnership with Canada's Canadian Wrestling's Elite promotion.[18] On August 20 Danshoku Dino defeated Sanshiro Takagi in a match, where if Dino won he would become the Producer of DDT. After Dino won he fired the DDT's General Manager Amon Tsurumi and Turumi returned to a backstage role as assistant producer and reverted to his real name Hisaya Imabayashi. Dino also announced the creation of a new tournament called "D-Oh Grand Prix". On September 1, 2017, 100% of DDT's shares were sold to the CyberAgent company. Sanshiro Takagi remained as the DDT president, while CyberAgent director Takahiro Yamauchi took over as the new DDT director.

On June 11, 2019, DDT announced Basara would be splitting up from DDT and become an independent company starting January 1, 2020.[19]

On January 28, 2020, DDT's parent company CyberAgent purchased Pro Wrestling Noah. DDT's President Sanshiro Takagi was named the President of Pro Wrestling Noah and Naomichi Marufuji the Vice President. Noah's events began airing on DDT's streaming service DDT Universe starting with NOAH Global Jr. League 2020 on January 30.[20][21] On July 27, 2020, it was announced Noah and DDT would merge in a new company, CyberFight.[22]



DDT recognizes Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, Pro-Wrestling Basara and Ganbare☆Puroresu's championships.

DDT Pro-WrestlingEdit

As of September 19, 2020.

DDT currently has eight recognized championships,[23] the top titles being the KO-D (King of DDT) championships.

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Notes
KO-D Openweight Championship Tetsuya Endo 2 June 7, 2020 104+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masato Tanaka at Wrestle Peter Pan 2020.
DDT Universal Championship Chris Brookes 2 June 27, 2020 84+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Daisuke Sasaki at DDT TV Show! #8.
DDT Extreme Division Championship Shinya Aoki 2 March 11, 2020 192+ Saitama, Japan Defeated Harashima at DDT Live! MajiManji Street Pro-Wrestling in Saitama Super Arena.
KO-D Tag Team Championship Nautilus
(Yuki Ueno and Naomi Yoshimura)
(1, 1)
January 3, 2020 260+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Damnation (Daisuke Sasaki and Soma Takao) at New Year Special Gift! All Seats 2,000 Yen Box Office!! 2020.
KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship Eruption
(Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi and Saki Akai)
(3, 8, 1)
June 20, 2020 91+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated #DamnHearts (Tetsuya Endo, T-Hawk and El Lindaman) at DDT TV Show! #7.
KO-D 10-Man Tag Team Championship Danshoku Dino, Asuka, Yuki Iino, Mizuki and Trans-Am★Hiroshi 1
(1, 1, 1, 1, 1)
November 3, 2019 321+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Super Sasadango Machine, Yuna Manase, Jiro "Ikemen" Kuroshio, Hiroshi Yamato and Makoto Oishi at Ultimate Party 2019 to win the vacant title.
O-40 Championship Gorgeous Matsuno 1 September 29, 2019 356+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Sanshiro Takagi at Who's Gonna Top? 2019.
Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship Dean Malenko 2 August 12, 2020 38+ Jacksonville, Florida Defeated Joey Janela backstage at AEW Dynamite.

Pro-Wrestling BasaraEdit

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Notes
Union Max Championship Fuminori Abe 1 March 24, 2020 179+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masahiro Takanashi at Basara 125.
Iron Fist Tag Team Championship Speed Of Sounds
(Banana Senga and Tsutomu Oosugi)
(1, 1)
January 22, 2020 241+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Iron Priest (Fuma and Yusuke Kubo) at BASARA 117.
UWA World Trios Championship
(also recognized by Big Japan Pro Wrestling)
Billy Ken Kid, Masamune, and Tsubasa 1
(1, 1, 1)
February 24, 2020 208+ Osaka, Japan Defeated Sparky (Ryota Nakatsu, Naoki Tanizaki and Akiyori Takizawa) at BJW Osaka Surprise 48 ~ Sennen no Wadachi

Tokyo Joshi ProEdit


Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Notes
Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship
(also recognized by Active Advance Pro Wrestling)
Asuka 1 August 22, 2020 28+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Hagane Shinno at Heaven's Door 2020.
GWC 6-Man Tag Team Championship The Halfee
(Katsuzaki Shunosuke, Moehiko Harumisawa and Washi Sakurai)
(1, 1, 1)
September 12, 2020 7+ Tokyo, Japan Defeated Ganpocha-gun (Ken Ohka, Yumehito Imanari and Miss Mongol) at Honjitsu Wa Seinen Nari 2020.


DDT has had a lot of different championships, some of which were very short-lived.[24]

Championship Last champion(s) Reign Date won Location Notes
Tōno Openweight Championship 726 1 August 20, 2005 Tōno, Japan Defeated Cherry and Tomohiko Hashimoto at Tōno Jingisukan 2005 to become the inaugural champion.
Greater China Unified Sichuan Openweight Championship Danshoku Dino 1 July 19, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Chōun Shiryu at What Are You Doing? 2009.
Umemura PC Juku Copy & Paste Championship Danshoku Dino 1 July 26, 2009 Nagoya, Japan Defeated Konaka = Pehlwan at Kyōra Daiyon Kyōsatsu! in Nagoya 2009 to become the inaugural champion.
GAY World Anal Championship Danshoku Dino 2 August 23, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masa Takanashi at Ryōgoku Peter Pan.
JET World Jet Championship Danshoku Dino 1 August 23, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masa Takanashi at Ryōgoku Peter Pan.
World Midbreath Championship Danshoku Dino 1 August 23, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masa Takanashi at Ryōgoku Peter Pan.
Jiyugaoka 6-Person Tag Team Championship Shit Heart♥Foundation
(Hikaru Sato, Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga)
(1, 1, 1)
November 3, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Great Kojika, Riho and Mr. #6 at Shin-Kiba 5th Anniversary Special.
Sea Of Japan 6-Person Tag Team Championship Shit Heart♥Foundation
(Hikaru Sato, Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga)
(1, 1, 1)
November 3, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Great Kojika, Riho and Mr. #6 at Shin-Kiba 5th Anniversary Special.
Greater China Unified Zhongyuan Tag Team Championship TKG48
(Munenori Sawa and Sanshiro Takagi)
(2, 2)
July 24, 2011 Tokyo, Japan Defeated The Great Sasuke and Ricky Fuji at Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2011.
IMGP World Heavyweight Championship Atsushi Maruyama 2 July 12, 2015 Osaka, Japan Defeated Super Sasadango Machine at Dramatic Dreams! Vol. 2: No Subtitle to win the vacant title.
Fly To Everywhere World Championship Cherry 3 September 15, 2015 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Aoi Kizuki at Union Harvest Festival 2015. Inactive following Union Pro folding on October 4, 2015.
Ōmori Dream Fair World Ōmori Championship Chikara 1 October 15, 2017 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Makoto Oishi at UTAN Festa 2017.
King of Dark Championship Dai Suzuki 2 December 13, 2017 Tokyo, Japan Lost to Gota Ihashi at Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2017 to win the title. Inactive following Dai Suzuki's retirement.
Uchicomi! Openweight Ultimate Championship Ken Ohka 1 July 22, 2018 Tokyo, Japan Won a Scramble Tag Team Rumble Match by last eliminating Gota Ihashi at Summer Vacation 2018 to become the inaugural champion.


Marquee eventsEdit



Accomplishment Last winner(s) Date won Location Notes
King of DDT Tetsuya Endo August 23, 2020 Tokyo, Japan Defeated T-Hawk in the tournament final.
D-Oh Grand Prix Masato Tanaka December 28, 2019 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Tetsuya Endo in the tournament final.
Shuffle Tag Tournament Tetsuya Endo and Takuya Nomura December 31, 2019 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Daisuke Sekimoto and Chris Brookes in the tournament final.
Heaven Summit: Itadaki Isami Kodaka July 7, 2019 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Minoru Fujita in the tournament final.
Benmaru Tournament 0 Daiki Shimomura September 5, 2019 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Jun Masaoka in the tournament final.
Iron Fist Tag Tournament Iron Priest
(Fuma and Yusuke Kubo)
October 23, 2019 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Sento Minzoku (Daiki Shimomura and Isami Kodaka) in the tournament final to become the inaugural Iron Fist Tag Team Champions.
Ganbare☆Climax Yumehito Imanari August 12, 2018 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shinichiro Tominaga in the tournament final.


Accomplishment Last winner(s) Last held Notes
KO-D Tag League Suicide Boyz
(Mikami & Tanomusaku Toba)
2008 A round-robin tag team tournament, originally known as the DDT Tag League, held from 2000 to 2005 and in 2008.
Young Drama Cup Soma Takao 2010 A round-robin tournament for the younger talent of DDT, held in 2009 and 2010.


Accomplishment Last winner(s) Date won Location Notes
Dramatic General Election (singles) Masahiro Takanashi October 30, 2018 Tokyo, Japan Won by fan votation. Also known as Dramatic Sōsenkyo and formerly known as DDT48.
Dramatic General Election (units) Shuten-dōji
Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Yasu Urano, Daisuke Sasaki and Shinya Aoki January 26, 2020 Tokyo, Japan Contracts for a championship match, which can be "cashed in" by the holder at any point in the year following their victory. The holders have to defend their contracts in every official match in which they participate.


DDT Pro-WrestlingEdit

Personnel is organized below by their role in DDT Pro-Wrestling. Their ring name is on the left and their real name is on the right when known. Anybody inactive for a considerable amount of time is acknowledged. This list also acknowledges which Unit a wrestler is a part of. (L) also indicates the leader of the group when one is designated.

As of writing, there is an alliance between Damnation and Oriental Wrestling Entertainment's #StrongHearts. This alliance is sometimes referred to as the "Business Alliance" or "#DamnHearts".

Ring name Real name Unit [25][26] Notes
Akito Akito Nishigaki All Out
Antonio Honda Soichiro Honda Main unit Freelancer
Chris Brookes Unknown CDK DDT Universal Champion
Cima Nobuhiko Oshima #StrongHearts
Signed to Oriental Wrestling Entertainment
Daisuke Sasaki Daisuke Sasaki Damnation
Danshoku Dino Akiru Miyashita Main unit KO-D 10-Man Tag Team Champion
El Lindaman Yuga Hayashi #StrongHearts
Signed to Oriental Wrestling Entertainment
Gorgeous Matsuno Yukihide Matsuno Main unit O-40 Champion
Gota Ihashi Unknown Main unit
Harashima Unknown Disaster Box
Hideki Okatani Unknown Junretsu
Hiroshi Yamato Hiroshi Mihara N/A Freelancer
Hoshitango Imachi Marcelo Salomon Main unit
Jun Akiyama Jun Akiyama Junretsu On loan from All Japan Pro Wrestling
Kazuki Hirata Kazuki Hirata Disaster Box
Kazusada Higuchi Kazusada Higuchi Eruption KO-D 6 Man Tag Team Champion
Keigo Nakamura Keigo Nakamura Main unit
Konosuke Takeshita Konosuke Takeshita All Out
Kudo Atsushi Kudo Main unit
Ladybeard Richard Magarey Main unit
Mad Paulie Masato Shibata Damnation
Makoto Oishi Unknown Junretsu (L)
Mao Mao Inoue Moonlight Express
Masahiro Takanashi Masahiro Takanashi CDK
Michael Nakazawa Shoji Nakazawa[citation needed] Main unit Inactive
Signed to All Elite Wrestling
Mike Bailey Émile Charles Baillargeon-Laberge Moonlight Express Freelancer
Mizuki Watase Mizuki Watase Junretsu Signed to Yoshimoto Kogyo Talent Agency
Naomi Yoshimura Naomi Yoshimura Disaster Box KO-D Tag Team Champion
Naomichi Marufuji Naomichi Marufuji Disaster Box Signed to Pro Wrestling Noah
Nobuhiro Shimatani Unknown Damnation Freelancer
Pokotan Main unit A yuru-chara mascot.
Saki Akai Unknown Eruption KO-D 6 Man Tag Team Champion
Signed to Platinum Production
Sanshiro Takagi Tadashi Takagi Main unit
Shunma Katsumata Shunma Katsumata All Out
Soma Takao Soma Takao Damnation
Super Sasadango Machine Yoshihiro Sakai Main unit Affiliate signed to Shochiku Geino
T-Hawk Takuya Onodera #StrongHearts
Signed to Oriental Wrestling Entertainment
Tetsuya Endo Tetsuya Endo Damnation KO-D Openweight Champion
Tomomitsu Matsunaga Tomomitsu Matsunaga Main unit
Toru Owashi Toru Itoh Disaster Box Freelancer
Yoshihiko Main unit A blow-up doll.
Yuki Iino Yuki Iino All Out KO-D 10-Man Tag Team Champion
Yuki Ueno Yuki Ueno Disaster Box KO-D Tag Team Champion
Yukio Naya Yukio Naya Main unit
Yukio Sakaguchi Yukio Sakaguchi Eruption KO-D 6 Man Tag Team Champion
Yuni Yumeko Shimazoe Main unit

Pro-Wrestling BasaraEdit

Ring name Notes
Best Stretch Man V3
Daichi Kazato
Daiki Shimomura
Fuminori Abe Union Max Champion
Goma Ryu
Isami Kodaka
Masato Kamino
Ryota Nakatsu
Ryuichi Sekine
Takato Nakano
Takumi Tsukamoto
Yasu Urano Freelancer
Yusuke Kubo

Tokyo Joshi ProEdit


Ring name Notes
Asuka Independent World Junior Heavyweight Champion
Keisuke Ishii
Ken Ohka
Komi Iwasaki
Shu Sakurai
Shuichiro Katsumura
Yuhehito Imanari
Yuna Manase


  • Amon Tsurumi/Hisaya Imabayashi – DDT General Manager/Assistant producer
  • Daisuke Kiso – Referee
  • Hosomi no Shy Boy – Ring announcer
  • Mic Inoue – Time keeper
  • Tetsuya Koda – Tokyo Joshi Pro representative
  • Sayuri Namba – Tokyo Joshi Pro ring announcer
  • Yukinori Matsui – Referee

Dropkick BarEdit

Dropkick Bar is a professional wrestling, boxing and mixed martial arts-themed sports bar owned and operated by DDT in Shinjuku. Professional wrestling personalities make appearances at the bar.[27][28]

See alsoEdit


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