World news – USA – Live results: NJPW G1 Climax 30 Final


The 30th Japan Pro-Wrestling G1 Climax Tournament is almost over! Who will be the winner of the Main Event and will engrave their name in the history of G1 Climax: Kota Ibushi or SANADA?

Watch live on NJPW World with a paid subscription English and Japanese commentary available! This event will have reduced attendance capacity to comply with COVID-19 social distancing restrictions

Start times: October 16, 11:00 p.m. PT, October 17, 2:00 a.m. EST, October 17, 7 a.m. UK time, October 17, 3:00 p.m. PT from Japan, Oct. 17, 5 p.m. EDT

Suzuki-gun (Taichi, Zack Saber Jr, El Desperado & DOUKI) def CHAOS (Hirooki Goto, Tomohiro Ishii, YOSHI-HASHI & Toru Yano) (10:34) Although a part of me is disappointed that the young lions were not booked for this card despite impressive performances during the entire tour, I missed all the wrestlers who were not on the tour due to the truncated card structure Zack Saber Jr was the star of this match, as it showed both the vicious technician that he is, in the way he stretched Hirooki Goto by his bad shoulder, but also played the straight man to the chaotic Toru Yano He tried to  » stopping Yano’s cheating by repeatedly reattaching the turnbuckle pad, showing that he might have the most respect for anyone’s fair play in Suzuki-gunFinishing: Zack Saber Jr and Taichi hit YOSHI-HASHI with Zack Mephisto, then allowed DOUKI to pin YOSHI-HASHI

Los Ingobernables de Japon (Shingo Takagi & Hiromu Takahashi) def Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) (11:54) At first this tag team match was more like a story of two singles matches Shingo Takagi and Minoru Suzuki wanted blood and quarreled in front of the bell Meanwhile, Hiromu Takahashi tried to burn off some stored energy, for lack of fighting for a whole month Finally, these two paths converged, and Suzuki-gun used their greater propensity to take advantage of numbersKanemaru and Suzuki teamed up on former IWGP junior heavyweight champion With a Death Valley pop-up pilot on Kanemaru, Shingo managed to level the odds Kanemaru, suddenly thirsty, tried to take his whiskey which he normally spits out on the face of his opponents, but Hiromu took it out of hand and Kanemaru’s greatest threat was neutralized Arrival: Hiromu Takahashi on Yoshinobu Kanemaru by falling with the time bomb

Suzuki and Shingo continued to jerk off after the match, and Suzuki won the EVER Openweight Championship with his teeth as he eyed Shingo menacingly At the same time, Hiromu Takahashi was speaking to commentators, saying he wanted him and BUSHI to challenge El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships.

Hiroshi Tanahashi, Juice Robinson, Jeff Cobb & Master Wato def Bullet Club (Jay White, KENTA, Taiji Ishimori & Gedo) (9:12) After his loss to Tomohiro Ishii, when even a draw would have sent him in the final he was sulking seriously, but he seemed more willing to do it Fighting and relying less on Gedo than usual Ultimately, this match was less of a structured eight-man team fight and more of a chaotic blast of action. Almost everyone has had their moment to shine, especially Jeff Cobb, who ran rough to help prepare for his team’s comebacks against the less-than-athletic Bullet Club, especially when he threw Taiji Ishimori like he didn’t weigh nothing in the Bullet Club Arrival: Hiroshi Tanahashi slapped on Gedo with the Texas Cloverleaf

Ahead of the intermission, NJPW announced that Wrestle Kingdom 15 will be held next year at the Tokyo Dome Like last year, it will be a two-day event, January 4-5, 2021

The Empire (Will Ospreay & Great O-Khan) def CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada & SHO) (12:36) Bea Priestley entered with Ospreay and O-Khan while wearing her wrestling gear and wearing her Championship SWA world of STARDOM Okada attacked Ospreay before the bell, rightly frustrated at having someone he invited into the NJPW, and took under his wing, lighting him up without seemingly any warning Ospreay visibly avoided a fight against Okada and let The Great O-Khan do most of the work in the ring until the end. O-Khan apparently kept the look he cultivated during his wrestling time in England, with some super comfy red and yellow pants The new Ospreay, as previously evidenced by his match against Okada on Friday, appeared to have no qualms about accepting help to secure the victory, as Bea Priestley delivered a dragon screw to SHO from the apron, which resulted in leads to the endFinish: Will Ospreay submitted SHO with a raised four-shaped Leglock

Bullet Club (EVIL & Yujiro Takahashi) def Los Ingobernables of Japan (Tetsuya Naito & BUSHI) (14:14) Funnily enough, the tag team that LIJ would face tonight consists of two people who were both partners of Tetsuya Naito at one point and obviously would end up joining the Bullet Club Los Ingobernables of Japan were working from below, even with Yujiro, the worst performing competitor in the G1, as one of their opponents, thanks to the help of the well dressed Dick Togo BUSHI, in particular, was apparently taking a continuous beating at the hands of EVIL and Yujiro, but the mob was with him the entire time Finish: EVIL subdued BUSHI with the Scorpion Deathlock

G1 Climax 30 Final Match: Kota Ibushi defeats SANADA (35:12) This is Ibushi’s G1 final in a row, and he won the entire tournament last year, while it This is the first time SANADA has come to this point Kota Ibushi’s left leg was heavily wrapped due to his celebration of the kicks against Taichi on Friday As any student of Keiji Mutoh should do well, SANADA saw the leg as a weakness and didn’t take long to start taking it apart as much as possible Ibushi, of course, still had a good leg and two good arms, but SANADA was making his life difficult, applying a four-legged figure that Ibushi couldn’t escape without a broken rope. Ibushi did his best to continue with a high-flying attack on a bad leg, but the pain that followed often prevented him from capitalizing on it. Ibushi landed a powerslam and went for a phoenix splash on the top string, but SANADA pulled away and took the opportunity to perform a moon jump on the top string, but that move also missed. Ibushi tried to throw strikes, but SANADA kept getting back on his leg and Ibushi’s desperation was palpable He hit a sitout powerbomb on SANADA and called out the Kamigoye, but would receive a weak knee dropkick for his problems SANADA put the pressure on with a Tiger Suplex bridge, then a giant swing in the Skull End He would let go to try and land a moonsault on the top rope, but Ibushi would get out of the way again Suddenly he rearranged the jaw of SANADA with a kick to the head followed by Boma Ye, but when he went for the Kamigoye, SANADA turned him on him with a pop-up TKO! He followed him with a top rope moonsault, then went for another, but Ibushi blocked him with his knees! SANADA managed to stand up and apply the dragon sleeper, but Ibushi turned it into a leg hook headstone piledriver to almost tidy up SANADA SANADA rolled Ibushi into the Japanese leg-bearing clutch but Ibushi barely kicked out before three o’clock which would cause the crowd to break the rules and make pop Ibushi landed flush with a knee kick jumping and followed him by a Kamigoye, but SANADA kicked out! Ibushi was unfazed and struck with one more Kamigoye to win the G1 Climax!

Kota Ibushi is now a two-time G1 Climax winner Not only that, but he’s the third wrestler of all time, after Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan, to win the G1 Climax two years in a row

G1 Climax, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Kota Ibushi, Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay, Sanada, Tetsuya Naito, Jay White, Tomohiro Ishii

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