Each match was better than the last during night seven of NJPW’s G1 Climax 29!
Tomohiro Ishii and Jon Moxley go to war in a great main event of a super fun night of wrestling in night six of NJPW’s G1 Climax 29!
Will Ospreay and Kota Ibushi battle in a dramatic and exciting main event on a good night of A Block matches from night five of NJPW’s G1 Climax 29!
The NJPW Kizuna Road tour continues with another good show featuring a fun NEVER Openweight Tag Title match as well as a 10-man tag team elimination match pitting Chaos versus Suzuki Gun in the main event!
Roppongi 3K puts their IWGP Jr. Tag Titles on the line against El Phantasmo and Taiji Ishimori of the Bullet Club in a pretty good night on the NJPW Kizuna Road tour.
Rocky Romero and El Phantasmo steal the show in the main event of another fun night of tournament matches from both blocks of the NJPW Best of the Super Jr. 26!
The 26th Best of the Super Jr. gets over the halfway point with a great show!
All ten matches on night seven of the NJPW Best of the Super Jr. 26 were tournament matches, and everyone delivered a great performance as wins became more important than ever.
The night after Wrestle Kingdom 13 had some good matches, but the night was centered more on setting up new feuds for all the new champs. Some big statements were made tonight, though few real surprises were to be had.
The Golden Lovers team with Yujiro Takahashi to take on Chaos, and the team of Beretta and Kazuchika Okada battle Juice Robinson and Hiroshi Tanahashi in another good show on the Road to DESTRUCTION.
The Golden Lovers take on the Chaos team of Will Ospreay and Tomohiro Ishii in the main event of a good stop on the Road to DESTRUCTION.
B Block put on another set of highly entertaining matches in night four of the 25th Best of the Super Jr. tournament!
The B-Block of the 25th Best of the Super Jr. tournament begins with four matches, highlighted by a very good main event battle between Marty Scurll and Hirmou Takahashi.
The 25th Best of the Super Jr. tournament begins with a series of good matches including ACH vs Flip Gordon and Will Ospreay vs Tiaji Ishimori!
The fourth Stardom Cinderella Tournament was a night filled with fun matches, a little drama, and a very interesting result.
New Japan Cup 2018 Event Date: March 9, 2018 (18:30 JST) aired live on NJPW World City: Bunko, Tokyo, Japan Venue: Korakuen Hall Attendance: 1,719 Series: New Japan Cup 2018 Commentary (English): Kevin Kelly, Chuckie T (matches 3- 7) Commentary (Japanese): Milano Collection AT, Hirooki Goto (matches 3-7) Ring Announcer: Kimihiko Ozaki, Makoto Abe …
Momo Watanabe challenges the leader of Queen’s Quest, Io Shirai, in a match to prove herself. Also, Oedo Tai puts their tag titles up against Tam Nakano and Mayu Iwatani, and Toni Storm takes on the legendary Meiko Satomura in a good Korakuen Hall show for Stardom.
Oedo Tai and Queen’s Quest finally battle five-on-five, and one team member will be forced to leave their faction.
The fallout from Tokyo lands at Korakuen Hall, and even though many people are hurting from last night, the beginnings of many new rivalries are formed among the chaos.
The last big show before Wrestle Kingdom was a good preview of what’s to come with some good matches.