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Wrestle Kingdom 12 is just days away and NJPW announced at their yearly fan-festival that NJPW president Takaaki Kidani will be leaving his position and leaving Bushiroad entirely. This is a big shock to the fans but Kidani told the fans that he had the perfect person to take over the position once he leaves. That man is someone who was once the Ace of NJPW's biggest rival and a man who has won both AJPW's Triple Crown Title and Noah's GHC Heavyweight Title. Ladies and Gentlemen, the new President of NJPW is...



THE LEGENDARY KENTA KOBASHI!!!!

The Question now is that how will NJPW fare with Kenta Kobashi as their leader and can he continue the Lion Mark promotion's quest for a Global Expansion?

A/N: This is my very first diary here on this forum, so I'm still new to how the forum works and etc. Hopefully, you enjoy this diary and come along for the journey. I've been playing this save file since the beginning of the year. Currently, I've already completed a year plus worth of booking which started in the game at Power Struggle 2017 and currently, I'm at NJPW Cup 2019. I do plan to give synopsizes of all the events that I've done till I reach WK13

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Roster divided by Stable during WK12


Info: Originally founded in 2009 as a heel group by former-NJPW star Shinsuke Nakamura to bring back Strong Style to NJPW, the group slowly morphed into a face-ish tweener group with the rise of Suzuki-gun and Bullet Club. Though the group has changed alignment, their mission to be at the top of NJPW still exists. The group consists of veterans like Gedo, Jado, Hirooki Goto and Tomohiro Ishii while still have young stars like SHO, YOH, and Will Ospreay and is currently led by 'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada.


Info: Founded in 2013 by then IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion, Prince Devitt or now known as Finn Balor. The stable has gone on to become a global brand, with deals left and right to promote Bullet Club. Every Wrestling Fan in the world knows about the heel group. It's had former NJPW stars such as AJ Styles, Karl Anderson Doc Gallows and the previously mentioned Prince Devitt as a part of it. Currently, the group is led by 'The Cleaner' Kenny Omega. The group has seen constant changes among their ranks but one thing still remains and it's that Bullet Club is 4 Lyfe


Info: Once dubbed as the next Ace, the man formely known as 'The Stardust Genius' had everything in the world for himself. The G1 contract and the fan's loyal supporter but somewhere down the road towards WK8 everything changed. The fans turned on Naito and he left for Mexico after spending the next year or so just hovering around the mid-card. Thanks to the Mexico branch of Los Ingobernables, Naito changed and once returning to Japan, he was beloved by fans. The group is currently led by 'El Ingobnarble' Tetsuya Naito.


Info: In pro-wrestling, if you don't fear Minoru Suzuki and his army. He will make you fear them. One of the best true heels in the business, Minoru Suzuki makes pro-wrestling look real due to his great submission game and mean personality. The rest of his army aren't anything laugh at though, around him are some of the best technical workers in the world including Zack Sabre Jr., Yoshinobu Kanemaru, and TAKA Michinoku.


Info: Dubbed as the Seki-gun, these wrestlers are the ones who fight off the concept of stables. Within this group are what people call sub-stables such as the Third Generation, Taguchi-Japan and GBH. Generally they are led by 'The Once In A Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi.


Info: Dawned in black trunks, black boots and nothing else, these are the young lions of NJPW. The future stars who eat, sleep, breath and train for Pro-wrestling.

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WRESTLE KINGDOM 12 FROM THE TOKYO DOME


The best way to start the new year is with annual January 4th Tokyo Dome show being held by NJPW. Every year stars are born and legends are created. The question of who will lead NJPW's future? Here are stories behind the biggest matches of this year's event.


The marquee match for this event is, of course, the main event of Kazuchika Okada and Tetsuya Naito. 4 years ago, these two faced off as not just Champion and challenger but as two young stars with potential to lead the company for the next 5-10 years. Back then a cocky Kazuchika Okada was doing something no one ever thought would happen. He was seen as the Golden boy to bring the company into a new age of greatness. Meanwhile, Tetsuya Naito was seen as the next Hiroshi Tanahashi, a blue-chip Babyface for the crowd to get behind who had come off winning the 2013 G1 Climax.

4 years later, the wrestlers are the same but their motivations and alignments aren't what they were at Wrestle Kingdom 8. Okada has molded into the current Ace of the company, surpassing his former rival Tanahashi two years ago and Naito, he has grown into the heel you can't help but cheer, a true tweener. Will the era of the Rainmaker continue or will Naito fulfill his Destino?


Hiroshi Tanahashi ever since winning IWGP Incontinetal Title has told the members of his NJPW to step up and try to take his title away from if they can. After successfully defending his title against Kota Ibushi something that no one thought would happen the man who dubbed as the Ace of Junior Heavyweight Division KUSHIDA stepped up to Tanahashi, declaring that he has done everything in the Junior division and was tired of being labeled as one. KUSHIDA would go on to challenge Tanahashi for the belt at Wrestle Kingdom and with a smirk on his face, Tanahashi accepted the challenge from the 'Time Splitter'. Is KUSHIDA the one who can give Tanahashi the challenge he has wanted ever since the end of G1 Climax 27?


Kenny Omega, for many people he's the best in the world. In the span of 2 years, Omega has gone from Bullet Club's Junior champ to the leader. Kota Ibushi, on the other hand, has gone from one of Wrestling's hottest property to back near the bottom of the food chain. What difference 2 years makes in someone's career. Two men who wanted to change the wrestling world together now face on the opposite side of the ring. Once known together as the Golden Lover, they now clash for the IWGP United States Championship. Can Kota Ibushi after so long of being dubbed as the next big babyface do the unthinkable and take away the prized possession of the Best Bout Machine?


What are you willing to give up to hold a title in professional wrestling? Will you sell your soul to the devil? Cut your hair? Or will do something like Hirooki Goto and put your entire career on the line if it means to be champion? After losing his NEVER Openweight title to Minoru Suzuki, Hirooki Goto has held one of the biggest down periods of his career. No motivation in his wrestling, no drive... that was until Power Struggle. At the event, YOSHI-HASHI, someone that Hirooki Goto considered a younger brother fought off all of Suzuki-gun to claim the NEVER Openweight title. Seeing him showcase the same kind of Samurai Spirit that Goto shows made something snap inside the head of Goto as he would challenge Minoru Suzuki for the NEVER Openweight Title and if he was to lose, he would quit NJPW entirely. Can the man who has always been dubbed as the bridesmaid of NJPW overcome Minoru Suzuki or is this the end of his time in NJPW?

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At Power Struggle, NJPW unveiled their Hall of Fame and it's first inductee, that person was of course, the Legendary Former Ace Keiji Mutoh or better known as the Great Muta but when Mutoh took the mic and was about to accept his induction, the bizarre videos that had been haunting NJPW since the G1 Finals played for the last time and we were introduced to the 'Switchblade' followed by a shocked crowd for the return of Jay White. Now with a new look, new personality. Once Jay looked Mutoh in the eye while the ring, the first words since his return from excursion were "Wrestle Kingdom". Mutoh accepted the young Kiwi's challenge and the crowd exploded in cheers as for one more time Keiji Mutoh would step into a NJPW ring to face the now dubbed 'Switchblade'.

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Prediction Key for Wrestle Kingdom 12:

MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'Uncontrollable Charisma' Tetsuya Naito

SEMI-MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP UNITED STATES TITLE
'Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'Golden Star' Kota Ibushi

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA

IWGP JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay (c) vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

NEVER OPENWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

IWGP TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer) (c) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)

JAY WHITE & KEIJI MUTOH RETURN MATCH TO NJPW
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. 'Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

SPECIAL 3-WAY MATCH WITH FUTURE TITLE OPPORTUNITY ON THE LINE:
'American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

NEVER OPENWEIGHT SiX MAN TITLE MATCH
Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale, & Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM TITLE 4-WAY MATCH
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernales de Japan (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) vs. Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
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MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'Uncontrollable Charisma' Tetsuya Naito

SEMI-MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP UNITED STATES TITLE
'Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'Golden Star' Kota Ibushi - I really like the premise of this match.

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA

IWGP JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay (c) vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

NEVER OPENWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

IWGP TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer) (c) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)

JAY WHITE & KEIJI MUTOH RETURN MATCH TO NJPW
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. 'Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

SPECIAL 3-WAY MATCH WITH FUTURE TITLE OPPORTUNITY ON THE LINE:
'American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

NEVER OPENWEIGHT SiX MAN TITLE MATCH
Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale, & Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM TITLE 4-WAY MATCH
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernales de Japan (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) vs. Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
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MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'Uncontrollable Charisma' Tetsuya Naito

SEMI-MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP UNITED STATES TITLE
'Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'Golden Star' Kota Ibushi

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA

IWGP JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay (c) vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

NEVER OPENWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

IWGP TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer) (c) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)

JAY WHITE & KEIJI MUTOH RETURN MATCH TO NJPW
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. 'Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

SPECIAL 3-WAY MATCH WITH FUTURE TITLE OPPORTUNITY ON THE LINE:
'American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

NEVER OPENWEIGHT SiX MAN TITLE MATCH
Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale, & Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM TITLE 4-WAY MATCH
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernales de Japan (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) vs. Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
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MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'Uncontrollable Charisma' Tetsuya Naito

SEMI-MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP UNITED STATES TITLE
'Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'Golden Star' Kota Ibushi

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA

IWGP JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay (c) vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

NEVER OPENWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

IWGP TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer) (c) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)

JAY WHITE & KEIJI MUTOH RETURN MATCH TO NJPW
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. 'Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

SPECIAL 3-WAY MATCH WITH FUTURE TITLE OPPORTUNITY ON THE LINE:
'American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

NEVER OPENWEIGHT SiX MAN TITLE MATCH
Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale, & Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM TITLE 4-WAY MATCH
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernales de Japan (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) vs. Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
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MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'Uncontrollable Charisma' Tetsuya Naito - I think you are a "ungovernable" and will give Naito the belt

SEMI-MAIN EVENT FOR THE IWGP UNITED STATES TITLE
'Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'Golden Star' Kota Ibushi

IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA - The Ace never lose at the Dome

IWGP JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay (c) vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

NEVER OPENWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

IWGP TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer) (c) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)

JAY WHITE & KEIJI MUTOH RETURN MATCH TO NJPW
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. 'Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

SPECIAL 3-WAY MATCH WITH FUTURE TITLE OPPORTUNITY ON THE LINE:
'American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

NEVER OPENWEIGHT SiX MAN TITLE MATCH
Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale, & Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM TITLE 4-WAY MATCH
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernales de Japan (Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI) vs. Suzuki-Gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
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NJPW PRESENTS WRESTLE KINGDOM 12 IN TOKYO DOME


Pre-Show

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NJPW Pre-Show Rumble match

- Juice Robinson wins 2018 Rumble match by last eliminating Michael Elgin. Both men entered right from the start with numbers 1 and 2 respectively but Elgin being considered the biggest threat wore him down more. The other two to be in the final four were David Finlay and Satoshi Kojima.
Main Card

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Opening contest for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag team championships

vs. vs. vs.
Roppongi 3k (SHO & YOH w/ Rocky Romero (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (Bushi and Hiromu Takahashi) vs. Suzuki-gun (El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)

- The team of BUSHI and Hiromu become the 55th IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions in 15:33 when Hiromu pinned Kanemaru with the Time Bomb. The match included a lot of great spots including a massive superkick party from The Bucks, SHO's incredible strength, Hiromu's death-defying spots and multi interferences from Takeshi Izuka
- Match grade: C+
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Match 2 for the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Titles

Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale and Tanga Loa) vs. CHAOS (Berreta, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI)

- The Bullet Club retain their NEVER Openweight 6-man titles in 13:40 when Bad Luck Fale pinned Toru Yano with the Bad Luck Fall. During the match, everything was going swinging in favor of CHAOS until Fale got into the match and everything shifted the momentum. Bullet Club makes defense number 1 of their NEVER Openweight 6-man titles.
- Match grade: B-
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Match 3 dubbed as a Special 3-way match for a future title shot
vs. vs.
'The American Nightmare' Cody vs. 'Stone Pitbull' Tomohiro Ishii vs. 'Unchained King Kong' Togi Makabe

- Cody wins the bout in 18:23 by pinning Makabe after Ishii hit the brainbuster. Cody now has a future title shot for one of the New Beginning 2018 shows. Cody also debuted a new blonde hair look in NJPW that was first shown at ROH's Final Battle.
- Match Grade: B

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Match 4 dubbed as 'Jay White and Keiji Mutoh return match'
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'Switchblade' Jay White vs. Natural Born Master' Keiji Mutoh

- Jay White defeats Keiji Mutoh in 12:25 when he hit the NJPW Hall of Famer with a Bladerunner (Swinging reverse STO). Great return match for the Kiwi as not only did he defeat a legend but even kicked out Mutoh's legendary Moonsault. Mutoh showed that he can still go in the ring getting a fantastic 70 in-ring performance rating. Jay showcased his amazing potential towards being a massive star.
- Match Grade: B-
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Match 5 for IWGP Tag Team Championships

'79th IWGP Tag Team Champions' Killer Elite Squad (c) vs. '2018 World Tag League winners' Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL and SANADA)

- The Killer Elite Squad make defense number 2 of their titles as they defeat EVIL and SANADA in 14:21 when KES hit the Killer Bomb on SANADA
- Match grade:B-
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Match 6. NEVER Openweight title and Hirooki Goto's career on the line.

'The Great King' Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. 'The Fierce Warrior' Hirooki Goto

- Pre-match: Hirooki Goto knew with this being his last match, he went all out for his attire and showcased the same paint he once wore at New Beginning 2016. The Fierce Warrior was ready and people knew that. Meanwhile, Suzuki in his trademark attire was not accompanied by Suzuki-gun members, it seems The Great King thinks he can handle this himself and as a tradition with Suzuki's entrances, the Tokyo Dome loudly sang the titular line of his theme song 'Kaze ni Nare'

- Hirooki Goto defeats Minoru Suzuki in 20:45 when Hirooki Goto pulled out his big match finisher, Shouten Kai after 'The Great King' kicked out of the GTR. Hirooki Goto becomes the 17th NEVER Openweight Champion. As Goto was celebrating, YOSHI-HASHI made his way out to ringside and hugged Hirooki Goto. It was because of YOSHI-HASHI that Goto regained his Samurai Spirit and both men celebrated the victory as Goto's career was safe.
- Match grade: B+
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Match 7 for IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship

'Aerial Assasin' Will Ospreay vs. 'The Villian' Marty Scrull

- Marty Scrull defeats Will Ospreay in 25:04 when Ospreay tapped out to the Crossface Chickenwing. Marty Scrull becomes the 79th IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion. In a post-match interview, Scrull declares being three things inevitable in life. Death Taxes and Marty Scrull always beating Will Ospreay.
- Match Grade: B
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Match 8 for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship

'The Once in a Century Talent' Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. 'Time Splitter' KUSHIDA

- Pre-match: KUSHIDA entered first as he could see the nervousness in the face of the Time Splitter. He received a grand entrance that him come out of the trademark Back to the Future Vehicle the Delorean. His entrance followed by Tanahashi's usual entrance getting the crowd to chant 'Go Ace' but the noticeable addition of a new Red and Blue attire inspired by Kamen Rider Build (which Tana is a IRL fan of).

- During the match, KUSHIDA attacked Tanahashi's injured arm that he has been working with for a long time but the Ace doesn't tap at all and fights through the pain. KUSHIDA realizing late into the match that the Hoverboard Lock won't work decides to go for a Back to the Future (Small Package Driver) but it's countered by Tana with a Twist & Shout (Swinging Neckbreaker) followed by two consecutive High Fly Flows.

- Hiroshi Tanahashi defeats KUSHIDA in 28:10 with two consecutive High Fly Flows. Hiroshi Tanahashi makes defense number 4 of his reign. During the Post Match angle, Tanahashi raises KUSHIDA's hand and tells him 'Welcome to the world of the Heavyweights' before his opponent leaves and lets Tanahashi celebrate by Air Guitaring and cutting a promo that ends with his standard 'AISHTEMASU (I love you all)'

- Match grade: B+
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Match 9 for the IWGP United States Heavyweight title

'The Best Bout Machine' Kenny Omega (c) vs. 'The Golden Star' Kota Ibushi

- Pre-match: Kota Ibushi, never one for big-time entrances and attires makes his way down to the ring but that doesn't mean his opponent can't have a big entrance of his own as Kenny Omega makes his way down to the ring accompanied by The Bucks. He's wearing a Black Leather jacket and black sunglasses resembling that of the Terminator. Omega means all business tonight as he just stares down Ibushi while making his entrance, he's ready to 'Terminate' Ibushi.

- During the match, you can tell who has momentum on their side. Kenny Omega has the control of the match for its first 5 minutes, maybe it's Ibushi struggling form? You can tell that Kenny Omega is serious tonight, he isn't pulling any of his cocky behavior. What Ibushi is facing is more focused Kenny Omega. 'The Golden Star' is finally into the match once Omega slaps across the face. The same dark side of Ibushi that has shown up in matches against Nakamura at WK9 and Tanahashi at PS2017 shows up. Ibushi never with his recent form is able to fight Kenny Omega with all of his heart. 20 minutes later both men start hitting their finishing maneuvers. Kenny firing off a barrage of V-Triggers and Kota Ibushi hitting a Kamigoye, both moves can't get the job done. During one of the match's many near fall sequences, Kenny is able to counter Ibushi's Reverse Rana attempts and hits a Croyt's Wrath but again Ibushi kicks out to a huge pop from the crowd. Kenny has the match in his control again and begins to fire off V-triggers but Ibushi somehow is absorbing of the knee strikes before hitting a roundhouse kick which gets Kenny down to a knee, this is followed by a Golden Star Bomb from Kota but Kenny Omega kicks out again. Ibushi now heads a corner and does a particularly similar taunt of Shinsuke Nakamura. Ibushi runs up and hits a Boma Ye, the same move that inspired his Kamigoye but Kenny Omega kicks out. Using someone else's moves won't work and goes for a Phoenix Splash. The Bucks don't intervene but it doesn't matter as Ibushi takes to go long which allows Kenny Omega to get the advantage and hits an elevated Katayoku no Tenshi/One-Winged Angel to finish off Ibushi's valiant Title challenge.

- Kenny Omega retained his IWGP US Heavyweight Title when he defeats Ibushi in 33 minutes and makes defense number 4 with a Super Katayoku no Tenshi/One-winged Angel. During the post-match angle, Ibushi is down and it seems Kenny has no care for his former partner as he just leaves and celebrates at the ramp with The Bucks. The part of Omega that once cared for the Golden Lovers is finally put to rest, at the biggest stage. Kenny Omega has proven that he is the best. Meanwhile, Ibushi is being taken care of by the young lions and medical team medic.

- Match Grade: A
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Main Event for the IWGP Heavyweight Title

'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. 'El Ungovernable' Tetsuya Naito.

- Pre-match: This is it. The main event of what might be the biggest Wrestle Kingdom is finally here and out first is the challenger. With the entire Tokyo Dome chanting 'Naito' as he makes his way down to the ring. There was something about Naito tonight. Sure he was his normal Tranquilo self but something else was up, his face told the story. Naito had finally done something that he's wanted to do ever since he was young and that's main event the Tokyo Dome. While Naito was taking his suit, we got the entrance of the Rainmaker. The longest reigning IWGP Heavyweight Champion accompanied by his manager, Gedo. Okada is here and wearing that IWGP Heavyweight title proudly. Okada Dollars falling from the sky, you knew this was going to be a big deal match for the Rainmaker.

- The match starts slowly to get the crowd back to normal after the red-hot Omega vs. Ibushi bout. Both men are going at it to get the early pace control. The gets into the swing of things with both men trading early finisher attempts to get the crowd going, you can see smirks on both of the competitors' faces. It seems Naito who seemed way out of character during his entrance is back to his tranquilo attitude while Okada is the same as always. The match continues and Okada has control, the normally written babyface Okada is being treated as a heel by the Tokyo crowd because of Naito's immense popularity. The Rainmaker is able to get Naito grounded but not for long as Naito slips out and gets the advantage with a forearm. After 30 minutes of back and forth wrestling which saw multiple Rainmakers and Destinos, the final stretch begins as Naito's running forearm attempt is countered into a signature dropkick. Okada is entering that mode that you see from him when he believes the end is coming. He hits a tombstone before getting Naito up for a Rainmaker, the camera zooms out and gets a hold of the wrist. Okada goes for the Rainmaker but it's reversed by Naito and he quickly hits another Destino! Naito knows that one Destino alone won't put away Okada as he climbs the top rope to a massive pop from the crowd. He's going to go for his former finisher better known as the Stardust Press. NAITO IS ABLE TO HIT THE PRESS AND SOON GETS THE DOWNED OKADA FOR ONE LAST DESTINO! NAITO HAS DONE IT, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!!

- Tetsuya Naito defeats Kazuchika Okada and is the 66th IWGP Heavyweight champion in 42:12 via Stardust Press followed Destino. Tetsuya Naito can't believe it as Red Shoes passes him the title and he's soaking in the cheers from the 36,000 fans in attendance. Meanwhile, Okada is being helped by Gedo and YOSHI-HASHI. Naito finally returns back to normal and cuts his usual post-match promo and declares this to be a new era of New Japan before his music plays and pyro fire off from the ramp for the NEW IWGP Heavyweight Champion. The last of Wrestle Kingdom 12 is Naito posing with his IWGP Heavyweight title.

Match Grade: A

So there you have it. What happened at WK12 in my save file.

Quick Results:

-Juice Robinson wins NJ Rumble 2018
-Hiromu and BUSHI win the Jr. Tag titles
-Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa and Bad Luck Fale) retain their title 6 man titles
-Cody wins the special triple threat earning a title shot
-Jay White beats NJPW Hall of Famer Keiji Mutoh in his return match
-KES retains their tag titles
-Hirooki Goto wins the NEVER Openweight title and keeps his career in NJPW going
-Marty Scrull continues to get victories at the expense of Will Ospreay
-Tanahashi retains but KUSHIDA proves that he is ready for the heavyweight division
-Kenny retains in a red-hot bout against former tag partner Kota Ibushi
-Naito finally claims his rightful position as NJPW's top guy.

Definitely would like to hear your thoughts and opinions about my show. Hopefully you all enjoyed reading!

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The night after Wrestle Kingdom is better known as New Years Dash. Many questions will be answered for this event. Who is Cody challenging at New Beginning, who will make their debut and/or return, and finally what is the current condition of 'The Rainmaker' Kazuchika Okada? Find out and tune in!

Prediction Key for NYD 2018

Main Event:
Bullet Club/The Elite (Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, Cody, Matt and Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japan (Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI and Hiromu Takahashi)

Match 6:
Suzuki Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi and ???) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, David Finlay Jr.

Match 5:
CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay, YOSHI-HASHI, and Tomohiro Ishii) vs. Suzuki-Gun (Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith, Zack Sabre Jr. and TAKA Michinoku)

Match 4:
Bullet Club (Marty Scrull, Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale and Tanga Loa) vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Togi Makabe, KUSHIDA and Kota Ibushi

Match 3:
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. Katsuya Kitamura

Match 2:
Hirai Kawato, Tomoyuki Oka and Manabu Nakanishi vs. Yuji Nagata, Toa Henare and a new addition to the NJPW Jr. Division.

Opening Contest:
Ren Narita, Jushin Thunder Liger, and Chessburger vs. Roppongi 3k (SHO, YOH, and Rocky Romero)

Bonus Question
Who are the two mystery partners?

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Main Event:
Bullet Club/The Elite (Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, Cody, Matt and Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japan (Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI and Hiromu Takahashi)

Match 6:
Suzuki Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi and ???) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, David Finlay Jr.

Match 5:
CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay, YOSHI-HASHI, and Tomohiro Ishii) vs. Suzuki-Gun (Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith, Zack Sabre Jr. and TAKA Michinoku)

Match 4:
Bullet Club (Marty Scrull, Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale and Tanga Loa) vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Togi Makabe, KUSHIDA and Kota Ibushi

Match 3:
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. Katsuya Kitamura

Match 2:
Hirai Kawato, Tomoyuki Oka and Manabu Nakanishi vs. Yuji Nagata, Toa Henare and a new addition to the NJPW Jr. Division.

Opening Contest:
Ren Narita, Jushin Thunder Liger, and Chessburger vs. Roppongi 3k (SHO, YOH, and Rocky Romero)

Bonus Question
Who are the two mystery partners?- Taiji Ishimori for the NJPW Jr. & Kento Miyahara for Suzukigun

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Main Event:
Bullet Club/The Elite (Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, Cody, Matt and Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japan (Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI and Hiromu Takahashi)
- I'll take EVIL or SANADA for the pin and a subsequent challenge against Kenny.

Match 6:
Suzuki Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi and ???) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, David Finlay Jr.

Match 5:
CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay, YOSHI-HASHI, and Tomohiro Ishii) vs. Suzuki-Gun (Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith, Zack Sabre Jr. and TAKA Michinoku)

Match 4:
Bullet Club (Marty Scrull, Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale and Tanga Loa) vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Togi Makabe, KUSHIDA and Kota Ibushi

Match 3:
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. Katsuya Kitamura

Match 2:
Hirai Kawato, Tomoyuki Oka and Manabu Nakanishi vs. Yuji Nagata, Toa Henare and a new addition to the NJPW Jr. Division. - Ishimori?

Opening Contest:
Ren Narita, Jushin Thunder Liger, and Chessburger vs. Roppongi 3k (SHO, YOH, and Rocky Romero)
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Main Event:
Bullet Club/The Elite (Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, Cody, Matt and Nick Jackson) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japan (Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI and Hiromu Takahashi)

Match 6:
Suzuki Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi and ???) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, David Finlay Jr.

Match 5:
CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay, YOSHI-HASHI, and Tomohiro Ishii) vs. Suzuki-Gun (Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith, Zack Sabre Jr. and TAKA Michinoku)

Match 4:
Bullet Club (Marty Scrull, Tama Tonga, Bad Luck Fale and Tanga Loa) vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Togi Makabe, KUSHIDA and Kota Ibushi

Match 3:
'Switchblade' Jay White vs. Katsuya Kitamura

Match 2:
Hirai Kawato, Tomoyuki Oka and Manabu Nakanishi vs. Yuji Nagata, Toa Henare and a new addition to the NJPW Jr. Division.

Opening Contest:
Ren Narita, Jushin Thunder Liger, and Chessburger vs. Roppongi 3k (SHO, YOH, and Rocky Romero)
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