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Prediction Key for Best of the Super Juniors (Night 4)

'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]
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'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]
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I am doing bad so far, but I love this, the Togo upset was great!


'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]
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'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]
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'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]
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Best of the Super Juniors XII (Night 4)
Held in the Tokyo International Forum in Tokyo (Kanto) in front of a SOLD OUT crowd of 2,000 people and shown live on TV Asahi.


'A Block'
Dick Togo [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]



Riding high on momentum after his shocker of a victory over Minoru Tanaka in the previous, Togo had a confident smirk on his face throughout the early portions of the match but snapped back into focus once Naruse started to light him up with some offense of his own. Naruse soon was able to build up enough momentum of his own to almost put Togo away with a capture suplex, but Togo was able to break free from his opponent and plant him with a double-underhook facebuster for his second tourney win.

WINNER: Dick Togo by pinfall in 8:16.
Dick Togo scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 56




'B Block'
Naofumi Yamamoto [0] vs. Wataru Inoue [0]



Yamamoto was able to keep up the pace with the more experienced Inoue through the first half of the match, but Inoue's abilities allowed him to pull ahead. Inoue soon dragged the match down to the mat and started to utilize his technical prowess to attempt to get a submission on the ground. While Yamamoto was able to put in a valiant defense against Inoue, but soon found himself tapping out to a Triangle Lancer.

WINNER: Wataru Inoue by submission in 8:02.
Wataru Inoue scores 2 points in Block B.
RATING: 46




'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [6] vs. Felino [2]



Kanemoto was able to maintain control over Felino in the early portions of the match and switched up his offense from standing to ground to disorient the masked competitor. The two-time Best of the Super Juniors winner went for an early close with a bridging tiger suplex, but Felino managed to slip out and then went on the attack. Wearing down Kanemoto by throwing strikes at his back, Felino went for a german suplex but Kanemoto soon slipped out and attempted to counter-attack, but Felino kept him within his grasp.

Kanemoto's experience allowed him to slip out of Felino's hold after awhile as he quickly took the match to the ground once more. Targeting Felino's leg, Kanemoto put in a heel hook on the masked competitor that just wouldn't yield a submission for the veteran. Kanemoto quickly yanked Felino back to his feet and then dropped him with a Dragon Suplex for the win.

WINNER: Koji Kanemoto by pinfall in 10:01.
Koji Kanemoto scores 2 points in Block A.
RATING: 60




'B Block'
Negro Casas [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]



Negro Casas's early attempts to take Ibushi down to the mat were consistently thwarted by the agile youngster as Ibushi found ways to flip, twist or roll away from the CMLL star. Casas continuously dived towards Ibushi's legs to finally wrangle him to the ground, but would be caught with a shin to the head as the rising star started to work away on the ground. Casas would only be held down for so long before rising back to his feet and taking Ibushi down with a jawbreaker.

Casas continued his assault on the ground on his opponent and successfully fought off Ibushi's attempts to crawl back to his feet. Ibushi was able to summon enough strength to push Casas away and then hit a dropkick to go back on offense. Ibushi used a more restrained approach at wearing the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champ down, electing to wear him down with submissions aimed at his legs. Casas managed to crawl his way to a bottom rope, but the damage was evident as he began to get back to his feet. Ibushi charged with a double-axe handle, but Casas bought himself some time by lifting and throwing the youngster to the outside.

Casas feigned a dive to the outside and pounced on Ibushi as soon as he slid in to beat the 20-count. A quick dropkick to the knees by Ibushi put the match back in his favor as he dropped Casas on his head with a frankensteiner before going up to the top rope. As he steadied himself for a 450 splash, Casas rushed him and dropkicked at his leg, sending Ibushi stomach-first onto the top turnbuckle. A charging step-up knee to the abdomen sent the young man crashing to the mat as Casas then dragged him in the center of the ring and locked in a Scorpion Deathlock. Ibushi scrambled around for a rope, but quickly tapped out to the hold.

WINNER: Negro Casas by submission in 14:01.
Negro Casas scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 65




'A Block'
Gedo [6] vs. Gamma [2]



Each competitor traded attacks in the early minutes of the match with counters being efficiently utilized between each men. A leaping scissor kick to Gedo's face quickly moved the match in Gamma's favor as Gamma quickly pounced and took the match to the ground to try to wear Gedo out. The experienced New Japan veteran was able to utilize his ring awareness to get to a rope and break a headlock Gamma had locked in to bring the match back square. A cheap kick to the knee by Gedo quickly put the match in his favor as it was his turn to take Gamma to the ground.

Attempts by Gamma to slip out of Gedo's grasp were unsuccessful as Gedo positioned himself perfectly to isolate Gamma from the ropes. Gamma finally managed to make his way back to his feet, but would be taken out with a superkick before Gedo tried to lock in a Gedo Clutch. Gamma struggled to fight his way out as a back-and-forth battle ensued with a potential submission victory hanging in the balance. Ultimately, Gamma powered out of the attempt as he recovered on the outside. Gedo's attempts to throw his opponent back in the ring were reversed as his head was sent into the apron.

Gamma's heavy-hitting offense quickly went into effect as he slammed Gedo to the mat with various suplexes and powerslams. An attempt at a Gamma Special was countered with a german suplex of Gedo's own as both men slowly got to their feet. A back-and-forth striking contest ensued with Gamma taking advantage following a knee to the gut. A high knee in the corner opened Gedo up for a Gamma Special that connected as Gamma quickly moved to a Gammasuke Clutch that successfully managed to deliver the indy worker a win over the former Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champion.

WINNER: Gamma by submission in 12:58.
Gamma scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 70




'B Block'
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Jado [2]



Tozawa kept Jado on his toes with an unpredictable high-flying attack from the start of the match. Just as Jado appeared to catch on to Tozawa's agility, the younger competitor would break out another surprise move for the veteran to stay one step ahead of him. Tozawa eventually was caught by Jado and would be thrown to the mat where Jado started to throw knees to the back of the teenager.

Tozawa picked up a second wind and started fighting back against Jado, but his resilient effort was quickly met with a headbutt that floored him once again. Tozawa's attempts to claw his way back into the mat were each quickly thwarted by Jado as he'd drop him again and again. A german suplex dropped Tozawa on his head as Jado quickly hoisted him up for a Backdrop Suplex that sealed the win for himself.

WINNER: Jado by pinfall in 10:50.
Jado scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 70




'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [4] vs. James Gibson [2]



Tanaka had Gibson on the ropes to start off the match, yet his continuous attempts to drag his younger opponent to the ground were met with successful evasions by the ROH World Heavyweight Champion. The match quickly moved to a more even balance as Gibson's resilience refused to allow himself to be taken to the mat by the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion. A leaping enzuigiri by Tanaka quickly brought both men to the ground as Tanaka then pounced on his opponent to try out some submissions to slowly sap him of his strength.

Gibson's resilience came into play on the ground as well, but each attempt of his to fight his way out of Tanaka's grasp was shut down by him. Eventually, Gibson did find a way back to his feet as the match evolved into a standing striking exchange. A leaping high knee to the chin of Tanaka quickly turned the match in Gibson's favor as a series of suplexes was followed up with an attempt at a finish with Paydirt, but Tanaka managed to wheel away and attempted a second leaping enzuigiri, but would be caught by an ankle lock.

Gibson was unable to complete the submission on the Junior Heavyweight Champion as Tanaka rolled through and kicked Gibson away. A frankensteiner from Tanaka put the match in his favor again as he ducked a clothesline from Gibson to drop him with a dragon suplex. An attempt at locking in a Minoru Special was fought off by Gibson as he Gibson started working his way back into control with some punches and forearms to the New Japan star before Tanaka leapt up and trapped Gibson in a Minoru Special. Gibson tried to hang in there for as long as he could, but quickly began to tap out.

WINNER: Minoru Tanaka by submission in 15:05.
Minoru Tanaka scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 68




'B Block'
Tiger Mask IV [6] vs. Magnum TOKYO [4]



Magnum took a cheap shot at Tiger Mask at the start of the match by pulling him into a headlock after offering a handshake to the tenured New Japan vet. Tiger quickly shoved Magnum away and took him to the ground with a leaping headscissors takedown, then taunted Magnum's cheating ways as he looked up from the ground. Tiger pounced on his opponent with a series of stomps on Magnum before lifting him to his feet and dropping him once more with a neckbreaker.

The masked competitor leapt to the top rope for some high-risk offense, but was met by Magnum who threw him to the mat and then started putting in some stomps of his own. The Black New Japan member then went to the top rope and connected with a diving crossbody onto the defending Best of the Super Juniors champion, but only got a two-count for his efforts. After arguing with the referee for a brief moment, Magnum then softened Tiger up with some further strikes before dragging him to a turnbuckle and going for a tornado DDT, but Tiger blocked the attempt and delivered a top-rope arm drag on Magnum!

The following pin nearly sealed the deal for Tiger as he then quickly raised Magnum and planted him with a DDT. Tiger Mask followed up with several drops and slams before delivering a tombstone piledriver before heading to the top rope. Tiger steadied himself and went for a Diving Headbutt, but Magnum just managed to roll out of the way in time and picked up a dazed Tiger to drop him with an Egoist Driver for the win.

WINNER: Magnum TOKYO by pinfall in 13:43.
Magnum TOKYO scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 64



SHOW RATING: 65
TV:
4.44 (3,331,370 Viewers)

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A Block Standings after Night 4 of 7

Koji Kanemoto: 8
Gedo: 6
Minoru Tanaka: 6
Dick Togo: 4
Gamma: 4
Felino: 2
James Gibson: 2
Masayuki Naruse: 0
Code:
B Block Standings after Night 4 of 7

Negro Casas: 7
Tiger Mask IV: 6
Magnum TOKYO: 6
Akira Tozawa: 5
Jado: 4
Kota Ibushi: 2
Wataru Inoue: 2
Naofumi Yamamoto: 0
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CobheadJake: 5/8
Kijar: 4/8
SomeLazyMagic: 3/8

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Unread 06-04-2018, 01:28 PM
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I promise this next show won't take half a month to post. Went on Memorial Day vacation out of state and then I just got lazy for a bit. Night five's already been run in game, so I'll probably get to typing tomorrow.

Prediction Key for Best of the Super Juniors XII (Night 5)

'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [8] vs. James Gibson [2]
Minoru Tanaka [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [4] vs. Gamma [4]
Gedo [6] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]


'B Block'
Negro Casas [7] vs. Tiger Mask IV [6]
Magnum TOKYO [6] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Jado [4] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
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'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [8] vs. James Gibson [2]
Minoru Tanaka [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [4] vs. Gamma [4]
Gedo [6] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]


'B Block'
Negro Casas [7] vs. Tiger Mask IV [6]
Magnum TOKYO [6] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Jado [4] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
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So, uhh, potential problem here. TEW's been giving me issues today where I'm having issues logging into the game. Then, I go into my program files folder to check the save games files and found out that my save used for this dynasty has gone missing.

Going to see if I can work something out here. If I can't get it remedied, this dynasty's likely done. If it is (which, again, hopefully it isn't), think I might have a go at a 2018 New Japan dynasty.
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'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [8] vs. James Gibson [2]
Minoru Tanaka [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [4] vs. Gamma [4]
Gedo [6] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]


'B Block'
Negro Casas [7] vs. Tiger Mask IV [6]
Magnum TOKYO [6] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Jado [4] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
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'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [8] vs. James Gibson [2]
Minoru Tanaka [6] vs. Felino [2]
Dick Togo [4] vs. Gamma [4]
Gedo [6] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]


'B Block'
Negro Casas [7] vs. Tiger Mask IV [6]
Magnum TOKYO [6] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]
Jado [4] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]

I hope it all works out with your save.
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Best of the Super Juniors XII (Night 5)
Held in the Tokyo Cultural Center in Tokyo (Kanto) in front of a SOLD OUT crowd of 2,500 people and shown live on TV Asahi.


Pre-Show

Hirooki Goto def. Akiya Anzawa in 7:16 (Pinfall, Missile Dropkick) 42

El Samurai, Kendo Kashin and Katsushi Takemura def. Ryusuke Taguchi, Puma and GENTARO in 8:59 (Pinfall, Moonsault Press) 53





'B Block'
Jado [4] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]



Jado went on the attack from the ringing of the opening bell and was relentless on his attack on the younger Yamamoto. Yamamoto would manage to mount a charge at times, but once it appeared he finally had enough momentum going his way, Jado would pull the match back into his control and throw his opponent viciously back down to the mat. Yamamoto's hopes for a late rally were dashed following a Backdrop Suplex from the former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion just after the seven-minute mark of the match.

WINNER: Jado by pinfall in 7:24.
Jado scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 67




'A Block'
Gedo [6] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]



Naruse put up a spirited fight against Gedo at the beginning of the match and was able to dictate the pace of the early going over the match - keeping Gedo reined in with a side headlock. Gedo's attempts to push the former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion away were unsuccessful, however, a knee to the back of Naruse's knee reversed Gedo's fortunes as he found his opening to go on the attack. Gedo targeted his opponent's back with a backbreaker onto his knee doing the most damage. Naruse never quite was the same after that move as Gedo soon put him away with a Superfly Splash for his seventh and eighth points of the tourney.

WINNER: Gedo by pinfall in 8:20.
Gedo scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 62




'B Block'
Akira Tozawa [5] vs. Kota Ibushi [2]



The match's quick pace to start of the match was almost a bit dizzying as Tozawa and Ibushi went back and forth with leaping strikes and slingshot maneuvers from the outside to the inside of the ring. A dropkick into the corner eventually put the match in Ibushi's favor as he started to wear down Tozawa with a mix of strikes in the corner, then dropping him with a roundhouse kick to the head that only got a two-count for him. An attempt at a springboard crossbody on Tozawa though backfired on Ibushi as he was met with a dropkick of Tozawa's own that left him reeling.

Tozawa's turn on offense led to him slowing down the pace of the match a tick to save his strength. Some submissions on Ibushi's legs were effective for awhile before Ibushi kicked away at Tozawa and got back to his feet. An attempt at a frankensteiner was dodged by Tozawa, who then planted Ibushi with a reverse frankensteiner of his own then continued his ground assault. Ibushi rolled out of a crossface that kept him down for awhile as he got back to his feet and then hit a surprise pelé kick that collapsed Tozawa to the ground.

Ibushi quickly went to the top rope for a 450 splash and launched for it but only caught canvas. Tozawa was quickly up to his feet and and delivered a running knee to the back of the head that just missed out on a three-count. A follow-up attempt with a Tozawa Driver was countered into a cross armbar as Ibushi locked in the hold for nearly half of a minute until breaking it and heading to the apron. A Golden Star Press later and Ibushi was able to score the win.

WINNER: Kota Ibushi by pinfall in 13:39.
Kota Ibushi scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 66




'A Block'
Dick Togo [4] vs. Gamma [4]



Each man took circled around and measured their options at taking the other to the mat with neither able to get any sort of real advantage in the opening minute of the match. Finally, a lockup had Togo pull Gamma in to a side headlock, but Gamma shoved Togo away and took him down with a shoulder tackle off of the ropes. Gamma's attempts to control the match from both a standing and grounded position were short-lived as Togo would be quick to get in an evasive counterattack to get him back even with his opponent.

Togo fought back with a neckbreaker and followed up his attack with an armbar. Gamma struggled for some time in the hold but managed to finally break the attack with a quick charge to the ropes. After being forced to breka the hold, Togo continued his assault on Gamma's arms with multiple stomps as Gamma fought his way back to his feet, trying to absorb as much of Togo's strikes as he could. As Gamma started to mount a charge back into control of the match, Togo caught him off the ropes with a leaping DDT and then headed to the top rope.

Togo's attempt at a finish with a Diving Senton only caught the mat as Gamma quickly crawled to a corner and waited for Togo to rise. Once he did, Gamma charged for a shining wizard but Togo managed to catch him and threw him to the mat with a spinebuster! Togo quickly got to his feet and stepped through the ropes and managed to connect with a springboard somersault senton before picking Gamma up and then dropping him with his double-underhook facebuster for the cover and win.

WINNER: Dick Togo by pinfall in 15:24.
Dick Togo scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 73




'A Block'
Minoru Tanaka [6] vs. Felino [2]



Tanaka went on the attack early and used his agility to get around the bulkier Felino. Felino's experience made him not as easy of a foe for Tanaka as he found ways to slip out of Tanaka's various hammerlocks and headlocks to move back to an even fight with him. A european uppercut from Felino stunned Tanaka temporarily as a backbreaker onto the knee gave Felino an opportunity to get some more damage done on the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion. Felino continued to target Tanaka's back, but Tanaka was able to time one of Felino's moves perfectly and Teramae 485 to counter.

Tanaka began to return the favor against Felino by specifically targeting his back. Several knees and forearms to the lumbar region weakened Felino, but the Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion was able to fight back once more and dropped the singles champ with a dropkick then went to the top rope. As Felino leapt off for a double axe-handle, Tanaka caught him in the jaw with a superkick as he then quickly got into an armbar position for the Minoru Special. The combination paid off as Tanaka scored his fourth victory of the tournament.

WINNER: Minoru Tanaka by submission in 9:01.
Minoru Tanaka scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 75




'B Block'
Magnum TOKYO [6] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]



Magnum's general pomposity was dropped for this match as he zeroed right in on Inoue. Inoue tried to pose an effective defense against the charging Magnum, but the Black New Japan member always found a way to break through his defenses. The Tokyo crowd was in shock when Magnum connected with two dragon suplexes in a row early before connecting with a quick Egoist Driver for the win. With his victory, no matter what happens later in the show, Magnum was now in the clear for one of the top spots in B Block.

WINNER: Magnum TOKYO by pinfall in 3:17.
Magnum TOKYO scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 57




'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [8] vs. James Gibson [2]



As Gibson would shoot in for several early leg takedowns early, the experienced Kanemoto saw off his attempts and got engaged into a standard tie-and-collar with Gibson before utilizing some amateur wrestling abilities to take him down. Kanemoto remained in control in the early stages of the match, but Gibson's countering on the mat allowed him to slip away and return to the match to a more even contest. Gibson backed Kanemoto into a corner and then connected with a leaping high knee to the chin that sent the former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion down to the mat. From there, Gibson attempted to capitalize by pouncing on him and locked in a cloverleaf.

Kanemoto scrambled for a rope and was successfully able to break the hold as he then fought back against Gibson with chops off of the rope. Gibson then charged to throw a strike, but Kanemoto dropped down with the top rope in hand, sending Gibson up and over to the outside. Kanemoto prepared to launch himself over the top rope, however, Gibson grabbed a leg and dragged him to the outside. The fight continued on the outside and stayed even until both men slid in to just beat the 20-count. Gibson continued to press on and kept control over Kanemoto again, dropping him a double-knee gutbuster.

An attempt at an aerial maneuver with a diving leg drop missed as Kanemoto rolled out of the way in time and quickly hit Gibson with a dragon suplex that only delivered a two-count. Kanemoto attempted to follow up with a tiger suplex, but instead Gibson managed to roll through and nearly got a pinfall with his quick pin attempt. Kanemoto quickly dropped a knee on Gibson's forehead and then hit a running knee to a sitting Gibson in the corner. Picking up Gibson once more, Kanemoto finally delivered his bridging tiger suplex with a three-count shortly following to remain perfect in the tournament.

WINNER: Koji Kanemoto by pinfall in 14:43.
Koji Kanemoto scores 2 points in A Block.
RATING: 77




'B Block'
Negro Casas [7] vs. Tiger Mask IV [6]



Tiger Mask tried to use his agility to evade Negro Casas's early attacks, but would eventually be caught by the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion and driven to the mat. A spirited wrestling back-and-forth between the two competitors was the norm for the first few minutes of the match before a jawbreaker from Casas opened Tiger up for some more damage. After trying out some submissions in the center of the ring, Casas threw the defending Best of the Super Juniors victor to the corner and connected with a running dropkick to a seated Tiger.

Casas continued his attack on Tiger with two suplexes in a row and went for a third, however, Tiger countered with a knee to the top of the head and fell while holding Casas's head, delivering a DDT. Casas's attempts to get back to his feet were continuously met with kicks to the chest from Tiger, who then went to the apron and connected with a slingshot senton on the CMLL veteran. Tiger then lifted Casas to his feet and went for a Millenium Suplex, but Casas utilized his one free hand to reach for Tiger's mask and give it a tug. Tiger immediately released the hold as Casas rolled him up...



1...









2...









Tiger just kicked out!!



Casas's dirty trick wasn't going to get it done there, but he pressed on with the attack as he successfully hit three suplexes in a row this occasion and grabbed Tiger's wrist to finish with a Rikilariato, but Tiger ducked! The defending BoSJ champion got into position for a Tiger Suplex, but Casas started to grab for Tiger's mask again! A shove away and a knee to the center of the back prevented the same move from happening again as this time Tiger connected with a Tiger Suplex for the win.

WINNER: Tiger Mask IV by pinfall in 14:16.
Tiger Mask IV scores 2 points in B Block.
RATING: 68



SHOW RATING: 70
TV: 4.48 (3,362,970 Viewers)

Code:
A Block Standings after Night 5 of 7

Koji Kanemoto: 10
Gedo: 8
Minoru Tanaka: 8
Dick Togo: 6
Gamma: 4
Felino: 2
James Gibson: 2
Masayuki Naruse: 0
Code:
B Block Standings after Night 5 of 7

Magnum TOKYO: 8
Tiger Mask IV: 8
Negro Casas: 7
Jado: 6
Akira Tozawa: 5
Kota Ibushi: 4
Wataru Inoue: 2
Naofumi Yamamoto: 0
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Destiny: 5/8
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Save's all good by the way, was so happy over that news I got on a roll and already played to just past Dominion. Let me just say that I can't wait until I start posting the shows for the month of July.
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I realized after booking Night 5 that I booked myself into a jam in A Block, so two of the matches will be held during the second stop of the heavyweight's June tour. I'll post recaps of those matches in another post.

Best of the Super Juniors XII (Night 6) Prediction Key

'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [10] vs. Minoru Tanaka [8]
Gamma [4] vs. Felino [2]
James Gibson [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Magnum TOKYO [8] vs. Akira Tozawa [5]
Negro Casas [7] vs. Jado [6]
Tiger Mask IV [8] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
Kota Ibushi [4] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]

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NJPW June Tour (Stop #1)
Held in the Osaka Biki Colosseum in Osaka (Kinki) in front of a sold out crowd of 2,000 people.

Brock Lesnar and Harry Smith defeated Hiroshi Nagao and Kazuchika Okada in 7:28 (Pinfall, F-5) 66

Hiro Saito and Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Ryusuke Taguchi and Toru Yano in 8:54 (Pinfall, Senton Bomb) 41[/b]

Riki Choshu and Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Blue Wolf and Mitsuya Nagai in 9:53 (Pinfall, Riki Lariat) 63

Hiroshi Tanahashi and Tomohiro Ishii defeated Osamu Nishimura and Shinya Makabe in 13:48 (Submission, Texas Cloverleaf) 78

Post-match, both Tomohiro Ishii and Shinya Makabe get into a confrontation with both men exchanging shoves and then punches prior to getting broken up. 73

TenKoji (Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima) defeated Takashi Iizuka and Tadao Yasuda in 12:31 (Pinfall, Tenzan Tombstone Driver) 81

Yuji Nagata, Kazuyuki Fujita and Kensuke Sasaki defeated Black New Japan (Masahiro Chono, Scott Norton and Manabu Nakanishi) in 15:11 (Submission, Nagata Lock II) 68

Nagata cuts a promo on Chono and announces that Dominion's main event has officially been set as Chono vs. Nagata for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. 87

SHOW RATING: 72

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'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [10] vs. Minoru Tanaka [8]
Gamma [4] vs. Felino [2]
James Gibson [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Magnum TOKYO [8] vs. Akira Tozawa [5]
Negro Casas [7] vs. Jado [6]
Tiger Mask IV [8] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
Kota Ibushi [4] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
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'A Block'
Koji Kanemoto [10] vs. Minoru Tanaka [8]
Gamma [4] vs. Felino [2]
James Gibson [2] vs. Masayuki Naruse [0]

'B Block'
Magnum TOKYO [8] vs. Akira Tozawa [5]
Negro Casas [7] vs. Jado [6]
Tiger Mask IV [8] vs. Naofumi Yamamoto [0]
Kota Ibushi [4] vs. Wataru Inoue [2]
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