As the afternoon warm-up event for Combat Zone Wrestling’s thirteenth annual Cage of Death; CZW, Big Japan Pro Wrestling DDT, K-Dojo, and FREEDOMS presented the International Indie Summit at the historic ECW Arena.
The Toys for Tots collection went on all day, with hundreds of toys being donated by the day’s end for the children of the Delaware Valley.
DDT’s Danshuku Dino defeated DJ Hyde with the Danshuku Driver. Dino does a quasi-exotico gimmick; and he pulled it…er, the gimmick… out and then some.
Sabian and Joker defeated Devon Moore and FREEDOM’s KAMUI after Sabian and Joker pinned KAMUI with the Kings Swing.
Sami Callihan retained his CZW Junior Heavyweight title over Yoshihito Sasaki by submitting him after Stretch Muffler was turned ito a modified ankle lock.
*FREEDOMs’ Takashi Sasaki and K-Dojo’s Kengo Mashimo defeated Drake Younger and MASADA after Mashimo submitted Younger tap out to an armbar.
Post-match, Drake Younger and MASADA did the sportsmanlike handshake bit, noly to get stomped by Sasaki and Mashimo.
In a three-way dance, Dick Togo takes on DDT’s KUDO and Takanashi, with KUDO pinning Takanashi with a double knees on Takanashi who hung off the top rope ala the”the tree of woe” The crowd gave Togo a great ovation, given that tonight would be his last show in the historic ECW Arena; with many remembering his Michinoku Pro six-man match at the 1997 ECW Barely Legal PPV with Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada, and Masato Yakushiji defeating Taka Michinoku, Terry Boy, and Togo.
The main event was a Shattered Dreams match (panes of glass in every corner) with Big Japan’s Jaki Numazawa and FREEDOMs’ “Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai defeating Big Japan’s Ryuji Ito and CZW’s Danny Havoc by pinfall when Ito frogsplashed Numazawa for the pin. This was the expected sick, twisted and bloody match with glass all over the place, and bloodied chests and backs galore.