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-This should be the returning series of my previous "New Japan Pro Wrestling 2009 and Beyond" diary. I have done enough experimenting by creating other diaries and goofing around to get some story ideas. By any means New Japan will always be my favorite promotion and thus a serious diary begins!

New Japan Pro Wrestling has seen both the path of light and the path of darkness. 1972 was the birth year for New Japan Pro Wrestling, Inoki still had his mind clear at that time...until he became crazy with his MMA vs. Wrestlers "Worked Shoot Fight" obsession at the late 90s and leading up the the 21st century. This change didn't help New Japan at all.

Pro Wrestling NOAH, AJPW, other Japanese wrestling promotions saw lights due to the change in NJPW's product. This made NJPW lose balance in financial ways, made the IWGP heavyweight title lose it's credibility. The most important thing that happened was New Japan Pro Wrestling almost dying. Inoki sold it to Yuke's. Yuke's sold it to Bushiroad. This was the moment from Inoki being kicked out of the promotion, needed a new booker to show the promotion it's path to light again. Tiger Hattori with the help of other, made Gedo & Jado the bookers of New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Thus the journey from the dark path comes to an end, while the journey to the path of light continues. Will Gedo & Jado be able to work in order for New Japan Pro Wrestling to reach the top of the world?

OPERATION TIDAL WAVE BEGINS!!!!
-A very special "Thank you" to ink625 and KazAlmas

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IWGP Heavyweight - Yuji Nagata (Defenses: 3)
IWGP Intercontinental - Kazuchika Okada (Defenses: 3)
IWGP Junior Heavyweight - Tiger Mask IV (Defenses: 4)
IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team – Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA (Defenses: 3)
IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team – Toru Yano & Takashi Iizuka (Defenses: 0)


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-Hiromu Takahashi vs. Tama Tonga
A normal young lions’ match where the usual move exchanges take place. Tama Tonga cuts Hiromu Takahashi with the “Back Suplex”.
Winner: Tama Tonga
Match Rating: F



-[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI , King Fale & Super Strong Machine vs. [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii
A match that contained the hard hitting stiff moves and strikes. Strong Machine did a great number of offenses on the champions, especially Toru Yano, hitting the “Dragon Mill Suplex” on him, thus cutting him off.
Winner: [Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI , King Fale & Super Strong Machine
Match Rating: D

-Super Strong Machine alongside King Fale challenges Toru Yano & Takashi Iizuka for their IWGP heavyweight tag team titles. Yano agress but tries to attack Strong Machine and King Fale, but failed as Fale counters with the Lariat taking Yano down before laying in the boots. Fale and Machine raises the IWGP heavyweight titles as they pose before the cameras.
Segment Rating: D



-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson & Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Kyosuke Mikami, Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer
A match to fill up the card here. The match was a solid one but was devoid of heat. Smith and Lance did a great work in terms of tag team. Mikami helped in to do a number of damage on Spanky. The match soon turned around as Spanky made a good comeback as well as the hot tag connecting to the Andersons, as they clear the house before cutting Mikami off with the “Anderson Buster” from Karl Anderson for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson & Jon Anderson
Match Rating: D

-Karl Anderson take the microphone and starts talking about how defeating the former champions – Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer, should make them the number one contenders for the titles, but no. Anderson says “F-U-C-K the system I wanna be at the match for the IWGP heavyweight tag team titles”. He continues to say that the he along with Jon Anderson should be the IWGP heavyweight tag team titles for sure. He challenges the champions, no he says that he will at the match no..matter..what! He is coming for the titles!
Segment Rating: D+



-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov vs. [Seki-Gun] Captain New Japan, Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA
Captain New Japan was taking the hits for his team while KUSHIDA and Shelley were not even offering their hands. Shelley blind tags in and goes for the hurricanrana which Koslov reverses into a powerbomb instead. The match flowed properly not before MVP comes in to end the lights out of Shelley with the “Player’s Boot” for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov
Match Rating: D+

-After the match ended Rocky Romero and Koslov lays the boots on the Time Splitter (Shelley & KUSHIDA). Romero challenges them for their IWGP junior heavyweight tag team titles not before hitting the “Red Scar III” on Shelley as a statement. Captain New Japan just watched on until he comes closer. Shelley asks for help, but Captain New Japan lifts Shelley up before hitting him with “Thunder Bomb” to everyone’s shock. Captain New Japan cuts a promo stating that he is done with enough losing and now will not even ask for anyone’s help, "oh and remember one thing I am now a complete [CHOAS]". Rocky Romero welcomes Captain New Japan into the stable.
Segment Rating: C+



-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin & Low – Ki vs. [Seki – Gun] Kota Ibushi, Nobuo Yoshihashi & Ryusuke Taguchi
Both teams did a great job into making the better of the situations. Ibushi was the shine here as he combines the stirkes onto Low – Ki. Both men fought to their pride until the others take over. Low – Ki comes down onto Yoshihashi before Taichi comes in to do the rest of the work on him. Taguchi and Shelton fought until Taguchi gets in the hot tag to Yoshihashi, but Benjamin comes in around with the “Complete Shot” before tagging in Low – Ki to finish him off with the “Warrior’s Pride” for the win.
Winner: [Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin & Low – Ki
Match Rating: D+

-Low – Ki takes a good look at Kota Ibushi almost staring the life out of him before speaking into the microphone but saying only words stating that he is coming for Tiger Mask IV’s IWGP junior heavyweight title – “Tiger Mask, I am coming for your blood!”.
Segment Rating: C+



-[Seki-Gun/No Limit] Tetsuya Naito & Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun/Tenkoji] Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan
A match that contained great action between the two teams. No Limit challenged Tenkoji to prove their worth. Tetsuya Naito used various techniques and strikes to wear down Satoshi Kojima. Tenzan comes in around to hit the Mongolian chops on Naito and Takahashi. The “Lariat” from Satoshi follows by on Takahashi thus cutting him off.
Winner: [Seki-Gun/Tenkoji] Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan
Match Rating: C



-[CHOAS] Gedo, Shinsuke Nakamura & Kazuchika Okada vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi & Masato Tanaka
The match had solid action with Okada and Tanahashi fighting the life out of each other. Okada and Goto had a light bout that ended when Goto hot tagged in Tanahashi, while Gedo gets in to eat the incoming Slingblade from Tanahashi. Finally Tanahashi cuts off Gedo with the “High Fly Flow” for the win.
Winner: [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi & Masato Tanaka
Match Rating: C+

-Tanahashi cuts a promo saying that he wants to challenge Okada for his IWGP intercontinental title. Okada gets face to face, in fact chin to chin with Tanahashi before accepting his challenge like a man, but Okada says that Tanahashi can never defeat him nor never will! to which both men are staring each other deep!
Segment Rating: B-

Overall Rating: C+



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-[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI, Super Strong Machine, King Fale vs. [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii
-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson, Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama
-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan vs. [Seki-Gun] KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Kota Ibushi, Masato Tanaka
-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low Ki, Minoru Suzuki vs. [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
-[No Limit/ Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima
-[CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Gedo, Kazuchika Okada vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahasahi, Yuji Nagata

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-Tama Tonga vs. Kyosuke Mikami
Both men showed what young lions are made off by performing their certain moves and not before Mikami cuts off Tonga with the “Boston Crab” for the win.
Winner: Kyosuke Mikami
Match Rating: F




-[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI, Super Strong Machine, King Fale vs. [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii
Ishii and Machine starts in around with strong strikes that leads to the corner where Ishii gets the upperhand to perform those vicious looking chops. The match flowed to the side of Ishii not before he cuts off BUSHI with the “Vertical Brainbuster” for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii
Match Rating: D+




-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson, Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama
In this match CHOAS was in disadvantage as Suzuki-Gun had the 200% Machine Takayama on their side. Takayama gets in most of the upperhand on Spanky. Jon Anderson tries in for some strikes but gets cut off outside with the Lariat. Spanky tries to get in from the back but Takyama soon cuts him off with the “Everest German Suplex” for the win.
Winner: [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama
Match Rating: D+

-Karl Anderson and Jon Anderson tries for a sneak attack but fails as the Killer Elite cuts them off with the Killer Bomb. Lance Archer cuts a promo stating that enough is enough and he was to be in the match for the IWGP heavyweight tag team title match. The titles are being held by two idiots who knows nothing and Lance says that he is going to crush them. They say that they are coming for a killing.
Segment Rating: C




-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan vs. [Seki-Gun] KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Kota Ibushi, Masato Tanaka
The CHOAS members attack the Seki-Gun members before the match begins. Captain New Japan gets in some better moves on Tanaka before leading to the corner to attend the chop-fest. The running splash from Cpt. New Japan connects before the further working takes place. A good brawl starts outside the ring and back in again we see Shelley and Koslov fighting each other out. Captain New Japan comes in to cut off Tanaka with the “Thunder Bomb” for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan
Match Rating: C

-“The first win….it feels so great..” says Captain New Japan. He says that this is the beginning and the rest of it will come slowly with a bit of poison. He is done with enough losing and he says that he has found the inner self after so many years. Rocky Romero along with his CHOAS company lay in the boots the Seki-Gun members.
Segment Rating: C+




-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low Ki, Minoru Suzuki, Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
Low Ki goes straight after Tiger Mask IV as he works the hell out of him. The kick exchanges, the strike exchanges, everything was magical. Suzuki with Benjamin gets in the double team moves on Nakanishi and Taguchi. Devitt comes in for some moves and hits Taichi with the running front dropkick for a 2 count. Nakanishi tries in for some big moves but Suzuki neutralizes him. Finally Low-Ki ends the lights out of Ryusuke Taguchi with the “Warrior’s Pride” for the win.
Winner: [Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low Ki, Minoru Suzuki, Yujiro Takahashi
Match Rating: C+

-Low-Ki cuts a promo saying how pathetic Tiger Mask really was. He says that Tiger Mask is no more than an old dude with nothing left in him. He says that he is the righteous one who should be the champion!
Segment Rating: C+




-[No-Limit/Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima
A match that contained the great elements as it came with mixture of traditional wrestling blend into pure gold. Naito and Yujiro came off as a shine in this match. Losing their previous bout might have fired them up. Tenkoji and No limit still have not showed their true potential yet, however Naito came out of nowhere to hit the spinning dropkick followed by the “Flying Splash” for the win over Togi Makabe.
Winner: [No-Limit/Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi
Match Rating: B-




-[CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Gedo, Kazuchika Okada vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata
Tanahashi and Okada goes on it again, but Nakanishi goes after Yuji Nagata. Both team did a great job in terms of wrestling the hell out of each other. Nagata and Nakamura exchanged great amount of moves not before Okada and Tanahashi came in show their fight. Hirooki Goto and Nakamura did a great job in showcasing some of the moves. Finally Nakamura cuts off Goto with the “Bomaye” for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Gedo, Kazuchika Okada
Match Rating: B-

-Nakamura gets on the microphone to challenge Yuji Nagata for his IWGP heavyweight title. Nakamura says that time has come for them to battle again but this time this will be a great war. Nakamura sets up for a "Bomaye" before executing right on Nagata sending a statement.
Segment Rating: B-
Overall Rating: B-
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Man I love the writing, your NJPW 2009 and NJPW 2013 were awesome in my opinion. I am loving the stories that you are creating. You also inspired me to play NJPW in my way. Thanks to you I got into NJPW lately and am loving the 'Wrestling' as a whole. By the way who is Spanky here? (Just curious). I heard that Brian Kendrick was in NJPW is that him?
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Man I love the writing, your NJPW 2009 and NJPW 2013 were awesome in my opinion. I am loving the stories that you are creating. You also inspired me to play NJPW in my way. Thanks to you I got into NJPW lately and am loving the 'Wrestling' as a whole. By the way who is Spanky here? (Just curious). I heard that Brian Kendrick was in NJPW is that him?
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-Hiromu Takahashi vs. Tama Tonga
-[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI, Super Strong Machine, King Fale vs. [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii
-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson, Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama
-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan vs. [Seki-Gun] KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Kota Ibushi, Masato Tanaka
-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low Ki, Minoru Suzuki vs. [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
-[No-Limit/Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima
-[CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Gedo, Kazuchika Okada vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata
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-Hiromu Takahashi vs. Tama Tonga
A good young lion’s matchup, where the upcoming stars show their improving moves. Hiromu Takahashi cuts off Tama Tonga with the “Boston Crab”.
Winner: Hiromu Takahashi
Match Rating: F+




-[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI, Super Strong Machine, King Fale vs. [CHOAS] Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii
Super Strong Machine and Fale starts up with tag team action onto their opponents. Ishii comes in for the comeback and gives Yano and chance to capitalize. BUSHI and Iizuka fight on until Ishii and Fale have a clash. Iizuka comes in around to eat the “Devil ‘s Wind Mill Suplex” from Super Strong Machine for the end.
Winner: -[Blue Justice Warriors] BUSHI, Super Strong Machine, King
Match Rating: D+

-Blue Justice warriors say that CHOAS does not have what it takes to beat them. They are coming the titles for sure, even if other teams want it too, they will just beat them up!
Segment Rating: D+




-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson, Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama.
Takayama vs. Spanky goes on in a comedic way. The seriousness starts when Lance along with Smith attacks the Andersons. The comeback soon follows when Anderson hits the series of suplexes. Andersons gets in the tag team maneuvers before coming in around for the “Saito suplex” from Davey Boy Smith Jr. Killer Elite Squad finally cuts off spanky with the ‘Killer Bomb” for the win.
Winner: [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama.
Match Rating: D+

-Suzuki-Gun celebrates, but from Behind attacks Blue Justice Warriors. King Fale and Super Strong Machine boots down all three members of Suzuki-Gun, while CHOAS watches on from behind. Blue Justice Warriors turns their attention towards them and starts to attack them, especially cutting off Karl Anderson with the “Devil’s Wind Mill Suplex” for the beatdown! Super Strong Machine says that this little teams are nothing more than thrash themselves, in the end Blue Justice Warriors stand tall!
Segment Rating: D+




-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan vs. [Seki-Gun] KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Kota Ibushi, Masato Tanaka
The junior heavyweights gets all the shining here with the challengers and champions trying to outsmart each other, while their teammates rise through them. MVP and Tanaka give us a show-off on what can happen when they face each other to give us a special moment. The elbows, the counters everything was to the point. Finally Ibushi and Cpt. New Japan comes in, where Cpt. New Japan seems to be evolving from his previous douche bag self. Cpt and Ibushi gets in a good sequence where Cpt hits Ibushi with the discuss clothsline before hitting him with the “Thunder Bomb” for the win.
Winner: [CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan
Match Rating: C+

-Captain New Japan cuts a promo saying how good it feels to be in the game. He seems to find himself in CHOAS. He thanks his CHOAS mates for taking him in. He promises them that he will be the best no matter what it takes!
Segment Rating: C+




-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low-Ki, Minoru Suzuki vs. [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
Low-Ki goes staright after Tiger Mask to torment him down. Devitt comes in around to face off against Low-Ki. The heavyweights get in the game as Nakanishi and Benjamin fight it off in an elbow contest. Taguchi and Taichi shows us some more junior wrestling before Devitt cuts off Taichi with the “Bloody Sunday” for the win!
Winner: [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
Match Rating: C+

-Suzuki-Gun gets pissed off at the result and starts a heavy brawl that leads to everyone using the guard rails as weapon and fighting off in the crowd. Low-Ki beats the hell out of Tiger Mask IV and Devitt in an spectacular fashion before the brawl leads to the backstage!
Segment Rating: C+




-[No-Limit/Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima
Both team starts in the right with a brawl that leads to outside but Naito and Makabe starts fighting in the ring. Naito uses the speedy moves followed by the kicks in the right places to weaken Makabe up. Tenkoji comes in around to fight off No-Limit in a good competitive contest Naito dashes into sequence before hitting the running dropkick to rock Makabe up before hitting him with the new signature he calls the “Naito Driver” followed by the “Stardust Press” for the win!
Winner: [No-Limit/Seki-Gun] Tetsuya Naito, Nobuo Yoshihashi, Yujiro Takahashi
Match Rating: B-

-Naito Cuts a promo saying that Tenkoji need to bring up their game or else the outcome will be the same next time!
Segment Rating: B-




-[CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Kazuchika Okada, Gedo vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata
Both champions and challengers elbows each other before making it to the corner and striking in with the jumping elbows. Nakamura snaps Nagata to the ground before the low dropkick connects. Okada and Tanahashi comes in show more spectacular bout as Okada and Tanahashi leads us into a sequence where Okada goes for the Rainmaker but Tanahashi counters it into the Slingblade which gets countered into double elbows! Goto and Gedo comes in around to flow into the match before Nakamura comes in around to end the lights out of Goto with the “Landslide” for the win!
Winner: [CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Kazuchika Okada, Gedo
Match Rating: B-

-Nakamura says that he will destroy Nagata and take the title that belongs to him, he says that he will beat him down piece by piece and take the title and make it prestigeous again! Okada and Tanahashi stares down at each other with Okada raising his IC title!
Segment Rating: B-

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I am really, really hyped up for Shinsuke Nakamura and Nagata face off against the IWGP heavyweight title. I am overly hyped up for the Kazuchika Okada vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi for the IWGP intercontinental title. The undercard stories are also taking place piece by piece in an interesting way. Blue Justice Warriors being a tweener can be a great thing. CHOAS is on a goal now. I am just loving it!
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I am really, really hyped up for Shinsuke Nakamura and Nagata face off against the IWGP heavyweight title. I am overly hyped up for the Kazuchika Okada vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi for the IWGP intercontinental title. The undercard stories are also taking place piece by piece in an interesting way. Blue Justice Warriors being a tweener can be a great thing. CHOAS is on a goal now. I am just loving it!
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-[Blue Justice Warriors] Tama Tonga, King Fale, Super Strong Machine, BUSHI vs. [CHOAS] Tomohiro Ishii, Jado, Takashi Iizuka, Toru Yano
-[CHOAS] Spanky, Karl Anderson, Jon Anderson vs. [Suzuki-Gun] Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Yoshihiro Takayama
-[CHOAS] Montel Vontavious Porter, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Captain New Japan vs. [Seki-Gun] KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Kota Ibushi, Masato Tanaka
-[Suzuki-Gun] Taichi, Shelton Benjamin, Low-Ki, Minoru Suzuki vs. [Seki-Gun] Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask IV, Manabu Nakanishi, Prince Devitt
-[No Limit] Tetsuya Naito, Yujiro Takahashi, Nobuo Yoshihashi vs. [Seki-Gun] Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima
-[CHOAS] Shinsuke Nakamura, Kazuchika Okada, Gedo vs. [Seki-Gun] Hirooki Goto, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata
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I cover NJPW and it's been my favorite promotion since I became a wrestling promotion as a kid. Yuji Nagata (along with Ultimo Dragon) are my favorite wrestlers, so it's cool seeing Nagata back in a main event program.
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