King of Dragon is the very first tour of Toryumon Japan shows. It would mark the official debut of the Toryumon promotion in Japan and introduced a number of Ultimo Dragon Gum graduates who had not already landed earlier in Michinoku Pro Wrestling. The tour ran over the course of five nights from January 31, 1999 to February 7, 1999. Matches from these shows would be featured in the first two episodes of Toryumon TV on Gaora Network.
King of Dragon I
Date: January 31, 1999
Venue: Korakuen Hall - Tokyo, Japan
The very first Toryumon Japan show.
All matches, expect for the Bombero Infernal and Dr. Cerebro vs. Kendo and Super Nova match, would be featured on the first episode of Toryumon TV, which would be broadcast on February 3, 1999.
|1||Yasushi Kanda defeated Genki Horiguchi||Singles Match||9:03|
|2||Keni'chiro Arai defeated Susumu Mochizuki||Singles Match||9:10|
|3||Yoshikazu Taru defeated Stalker Ichikawa||Singles Match||4:22|
|4||Kendo and Super Nova defeated Bombero Infernal and Dr. Cerebro||Tag Team Match||19:19|
|5||Dragon Kid, Magnum TOKYO, and SAITO defeated Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga, and Sumo Fuji|
- Kid pinned Suwa in 24:18
- Fuji pinned SAITO in 26:46
- Kid pinned Fuji in 31:40
- Shiima pinned Kid in 36:35
- Magnum pinned Shiima in 45:04
|Six-Man Tag Team Elimination Match||45:04|
King of Dragon II
Date: February 3, 1999
Venue: Kobe Sambo Hall - Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
The very first Toryumon Japan show to take place in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan, the location of the promotion headquarters.
After having been associated with the group for months, Taru officially joined Crazy MAX following his match.
|1||Yasushi Kanda defeated Keni'chiro Arai||Singles Match||9:29|
|2||Genki Horiguchi defeated Stalker Ichikawa||Singles Match||3:55|
|3||Kendo and SAITO defeated Bombero Infernal and Dr. Cerebro||Tag Team Match||12:30|
|4||Masaaki Mochizuki and Yoshikazu Taru defeated Keiichi Kono and Takashi Okamura||Tag Team Match||17:24|
|5||Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga, and Sumo Fuji defeated Dragon Kid, Magnum TOKYO, and Super Nova||Six-Man Tag Team Match||24:41|
King of Dragon III
Date: February 5, 1999
Venue: Osaka Prefectural Gym #2 - Osaka, Japan
The IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship match would be featured on the second episode of Toryumon TV that was broadcast on February 17, 1999.
|1||Keni'chiro Arai defeated Susumu Mochizuki||Singles Match||9:29|
|2||Masaaki Mochizuki defeated Stalker Ichikawa||Singles Match||3:20|
|3||Judo Suwa, Sumo Fuji, and TARU defeated Genki Horiguchi, SAITO, and Yasushi Kanda||Six-Man Tag Team Match||8:29|
|4||Dragon Kid and Kendo defeated Bombero Infernal and Dr. Cerebro||Tag Team Match||14:15|
|5||Shiima Nobunaga defeated Magnum TOKYO||Singles Match for the IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship||17:52|
King of Dragon IV
Date: February 6, 1999
Venue: Chikusa Sports Center - Nagoya-shi, Aichi, Japan
The NWA World Weightweight Championship decision matches would be featured on the second episode of Toryumon TV that was broadcast on February 17, 1999.
|1||Yasushi Kanda defeated Susumu Mochizuki||Singles Match||7:00|
|2||Keni'chiro Arai defeated Genki Horiguchi||Singles Match||9:11|
|3||Kendo defeated Bombero Infernal||Singles Match||12:49|
|4||Masaji Aoyagi defeated Makoto Saito||Tag Team Match||17:24|
|5||Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga, and Sumo Fuji defeated Magnum TOKYO, SAITO, and Super Nova||Six-Man Tag Team Match||19:54|
|6||Dr. Cerebro vs. Dragon Kid|
|Singles Match for the vacant NWA World Welterweight Championship||9:10|
|6b||Dragon Kid defeated Dr. Cerebro||Singles Match for the vacant NWA World Welterweight Championship||4:12|
King of Dragon V
Date: February 7, 1999
Venue: Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium - Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Shiima Nobunaga was injured during his tournament match against Sasuke The Great and had to pull out of the final match, which was previously scheduled to be a Three-Way Match.
The NWA World Weightweight Championship match and all four NWA World Middleweight Championship Tournament matches would be featured on the second episode of Toryumon TV that was broadcast on February 17, 1999.