AEW: Five matches that need to happen with DDT Pro

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - AUGUST 30: Tetsuya Endo and Ryuichi Kawakami compete during the Big Japan Pro-Wrestling at the Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium on August 30, 2020 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - AUGUST 30: Tetsuya Endo and Ryuichi Kawakami compete during the Big Japan Pro-Wrestling at the Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium on August 30, 2020 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images) /
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With DDT Pro Wrestling being given a golden ticket to wrestle AEW there are a lot of opportunities for some fun and crazy matches.

DDT Pro Wrestling is a mix of ridiculousness that you would see in a Tik Tok video and some very strong Japanese grappling. AEW does not know what they are getting themselves into when they invited this roster into their ring. But, it would be foolish not to dream up some great matches that could take place on Dynamite or Rampage.

If you are an AEW fan, but you don’t have a clue what DDT Pro is you can get brought up to speed here or here.

Kazuki Hirata vs. MJF

Kazuki Hirata is a cross between a cheap Elvis impersonator and someone’s dad after a few too many Zimas. He dances in the ring before and after the match, he sets up boy band dance routines, and he rocks shades and feathery robes. But don’t let that fool you into thinking he is weak. Kazuki has a tegatana hand that renders every opponent motionless (think Naruto).

MJF would have a field day mocking this man into oblivion on an AEW Dynamite taping. One of Kazuki’s signature moves is the Viagra Driver, which would be more fuel for the troll king of wrestling. Their match would be bizarre and very beyond proper wrestling etiquette, but it would be worth it to see MJF receive a tegatana.

And just because MJF is a jerk and everyone loves a party boy, Kazuki should win.

Daisuke Sasaki and MJ Paul (Damnation) vs. Evil Uno and Stu (The Dark Order)

Every wrestling promotion has an obligatory stable of creepy guys who hang out at graveyards. AEW has The Dark Order and DDT has Damnation. Both these guys could share the same wrestling closet and no one would know the difference.

Damnation is a heel stable of evil-looking clowns and goths and The Dark Order is a heel stable of evil-looking clowns and goths. This was a match made in heaven (or the underworld). I think the win would go to Damnation as The Dark Order doesn’t have much momentum going for it.

Tetsuya Endo vs. Pac

This one was a toss-up between Kenny Omega and Pac, but Pac would be the better opponent. Tetsuya is quick on his feet and filled with excellent agility and core strength, which compliments Pac’s style. Both wrestlers can flip around the ring like acrobats. Tetsuya has his shooting star press and moonsaults to win over the crowd.

Tetsuya would win the match. He is a multi belt champion in DDT Pro and one of the strongest opponents on the roster. If this match happened, the AEW crowd would not hesitate to chant, “this is awesome.”

Yuki Ueno and Shunma Katsumata (The Sauna Club) vs. The Young Bucks

The youngest tag team in DDT Pro going against the national treasures of AEW. This match would be jam-packed with cruiserweight hijinks and have some comedic bits. The Sauna Club are jokesters who love to party. They use hot sauna towels to distract their opponents (as one should do). I would expect a volley of superkicks, 450 splashes, and moonsaults in this match.

The Young Bucks are the clear winner of this match because of their many accolades, but no one would doubt that The Sauna Club is one of the most fun tag teams to watch.

Chris Brookes vs. Kenny Omega

Chris Brookes is like that one band that everyone hears amazing things about, but no one can name a song. I can verify that Chris is worth his weight in indie gold. He is a tall strike master with a great background in Japanese strong style.

I can see it now. Another Japanese-bred wrestler returning to the west? This would rub Kenny Omega the wrong way. Only Kenny is allowed to be the Japanese import of AEW.

Chris Brookes has a background in hardcore matches as well, which AEW would not hesitate to throw him in a lights-out match. There’s no doubt in my mind that this feud would last a while.

After a knock-out twenty-minute match Kenny Omega would win, but the audience catching this great match would be the true victor in AEW.