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.
Results from night two of the Kizuna Road 2019 tour.
Results from the unaired night one of NJPW’s Kizuna Road tour.
The Best of the Super Jr. 26 tournament comes to an end with a fantastic finals match! Also, John Moxley arrives in New Japan to challenge Juice Robinson for the IWGP US Title and Jay White faces Hiroshi Tanahashi on a great show from
B Block of the Best of the Super Jr. 26 tournament ends with a great match main eventing a very good show.
A Block of the Best of the Super Jr. 26 tournament ends with a series of great matches.
The crowd at the top of B Block finally begins to clear up as the Best of of the Super Jr. 26 tournament nears the end of its round robin portion.
Dragon Lee faces Kanemaru and Shingo Takagi faces Gresham in one of the lighter shows of the tour as the Best of the SUper Jr. 26 nears its end.
A Block becomes more clear and B Block gets much less so in another good night of action in NJPW’s Best of the Super Jr. 26.
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 third round of A Block matches provides a lot of fun and entertaining matchups as the competitors begin to spread out even more in the standings.
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 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.
The first of two nights to end the NJPW year at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo serves as a nice preview of things to come at Wrestle Kingdom in a few short weeks.