01-17-2018, 08:50 PM
Join Date: Jul 2015
NJPW Destruction in Kobe
Saturday, Week 4, September 2018
Kobe World Hall, Kobe
Show Rating 87 B+
Bad Luck Fale, Kenny Omega, Jeff Cobb, Chase Owens & Yujiro Takahashi defeated Ren Narita, Shota Umino, Tetsuhiro Yagi, Oleg Boltin & Takeshi Yamaguchi in 5:02 when Cobb used Tour of the Islands on Yamaguchi 71 C+
YOSHI-HASHI, Gedo, SHO & YOH defeated Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jushin Liger & Tiger Mask in 7:40 when Roppongi 3K used 3K on Tiger Mask 75 B-
KENTA, Naomichi Marufuji & Kaito Kiyomiya defeated Daichi Hashimoto, Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura in 9:13 when Kaito Kiyomiya used the Emerald Flowsion on Daichi81 B
In an interview after the match Kaito thanked KENTA & Marufuji for helping him on the path to being the wrestler that he wants to be in the future and that his pinfall victory today is just the start of a bright future.
KUSHIDA, Kota Ibushi & Juice Robinson defeated Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay & Toru Yano in 14:59 when Ibushi used a Last Ride Powerbomb on Yano 88 B+
KUSHIDA, Kota Ibushi & Juice Robinson become the 21st NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions
Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & War Machine defeated Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, WHIRO & SANADA in 17:30 when Tanahashi used a Texas Cloverleaf to make Naito tap out 90 A
In a post-match interview Tanahashi said that the match was only a sign of the future as at Wrestle Kingdom he will finally take back the IWGP Title whether it's held by Naito or someone else.
Hiromu Takahashi defeated Rocky Romero in 12:28 when Hiromu used Timebomb 80 B
Hiromu Takahashi makes defence number 1 of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title
Post-match Hiromu asked for a mic and challenged Volador Jr to a title match saying that his fellow Los Ingobernables member deserves a shot at the belt from when he was unable to compete in the BOSJ final due to injury.
Volador replied after the show on twitter and said he'd meet Hiromu at King of Pro Wrestling.
Kento Miyahara defeated Tomohiro Ishii in 23:40 when Kento used a Shutdown German Suplex Hold 87 B+
Kento Miyahara makes defence number 2 of the NEVER Openweight Title
As Tomohiro Ishii was helped to the back by YOSHI-HASHI, Hirooki Goto walked down the entrance ramp and challenged Kento to a title match at King of Pro Wrestling reminding him of when he beat him in the G1 Climax.
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James The Animator: 5/7