I apologize these results won’t be as detailed as I’d like but I’ve been very busy this week and Wednesday night isn’t exactly ideal. But I do have some good news, if anyone will be at the ROH War of the Worlds Show in Michigan come say, “Hi” and I’ll buy you a beer in exchange for a 5 star rating on my podcast, that’s a hell of a deal! I’ll be in the PWP shirt and you can tweet me at Eddyc85. Couldn’t swing the G1 Special but this is a good compromise. Naito and Punishment Martinez should be pretty amazing.
But that’s next week, Wrestling Dontaku is today from the Fukuoka Kokusai Center. Will Okada keep his streak of awesome matches up? People seem to think that will be tough with Bad Luck Fale but I like Fale, he’s a good monster wrestler and I think this will be a good match. Onto the show that has promised no houses, no horrors, and the best wrestling in the world. I don’t know, Evil is a bit scary though.
Katsuya Kitamura and Tomoyuki Oka vs. Hirai Kawato and Yoshi Tatsu
Winners: Hirai Kawato and Yoshi Tatsu at 7:54. Kitamura taps to Yoshi’s inverted figure four. A tad surprised Kitamura took the loss, they seem to like him since he’s really massive.
Yujiro Takahashi, accompanied by two women neither of who are Pieter, and Chase Owens vs. Will Ospreay and Yoshi-Hashi
Winners: Chaos at 6:53. Owens taps to Hashi’s Butterfly Lock.
Jushin Thunder Liger, Manabu Nakanishi, and Yuji Nagata vs. Tiger Mask, Tiger Mask W, and Togi Makabe
Winners: Tiger Mask, Tiger Mask W, and Togi Makabe at 7:06. Makabe hits the King Kong Knee Drop to Nakanishi.
Hirooki Goto, Beretta, Jado, Rocky Romero, and Toru Yano vs. El Desperado, Minoru Suzuki, Taichi, Taka Michinoku, and Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Winners: Chaos at 12:20. Goto hits the GTR on Michinoku. After the match Suzuki-gun and Chaos have a huge pull apart brawl. The Goto/Suzuki feud seems far from over. After the brawl subsides Suzuki gets on the mic and tells Goto to stop letting his Chaos buddies hold him back. Suzuki goes after Goto again and gets stopped by a young boy, Kitamura. Suzuki pulls Kitamura out of the right and just decks him right in the jaw. Classic Suzuki.
David Finlay vs. Cody
Winner: Cody at 7:31. Cody hits the Crossroads for the win. After the match Cody gets on the mic and says this is now a global show because of him and requests tougher competition from New Japan.
Juice Robinson and Kushida vs. Hiromu Takahashi and Tetsuya Naito
Winners: Los Ingobernables de Japon at 9:00. Takahashi hits the Time Bomb on Kushida. Takahashi continues his dominance over Kushida.
Best of the Super Juniors participants are announced.
A Block: Jushin Thunder Liger, Ricochet, Dragon Lee, Will Ospreay, Marty Scurll, Taichi, Taka Michinoku, and Hiromu Takahashi
B Block: Tiger Mask, Ryusuke Taguchi, Kushida, Volador Jr., ACH, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, El Desperado, and Bushi
IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championship Match
Guerrillas of Destiny vs. Tencozy vs. War Machine (c)
Winners: War Machine at 11:43. War Machine hits the Fallout on Tenzan. After the match the GOD attack War Machine and leave them laid out in the ring.
NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship Match
Bushi, Evil, and Sanada vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Ricochet, and Ryusuke Taguchi (c)
Winners and new NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Champions: Los Ingobernables de Japon at 15:48. Bushi hits a top rope MX to Taguchi.
Kenny Omega vs. Tomohiro Ishii
Winner: Kenny Omega at 23:55. Omega hits Ishii with the One Winged Angel for the win. Go out of your way to watch this match.
IWGP Heavyweight Championship Match
Bad Luck Fale vs. Kazuchika Okada
Winner: Kazuchika Okada at 21:47. Okada wins after two Rain Makers, a German suplex, then one more Rain Maker. Best match the two of them have had with each other, so if you liked their previous stuff you’ll be quite happy with this. Perhaps their best match with one another. After the match, members of the Bullet Club come out to check on Fale.
After the match Okada gets on the mic and calls out Omega. Don Callis says the champion doesn’t usually issue the challenge but people have said Omega was the better performer in their match at Wrestle Kingdom and that’s eaten at Okada. So there you have it, the rematch between Omega and Okada is on and it will be taking place at the Dominion show on June 11, should be a good match to say the least.
Once again I’ll be at the ROH War of the Worlds show in Michigan. You can follow me on twitter at Eddyc85 and or PIWShow. Rate/Review/Subscribe to my podcast, “The Politically Incorrect Wrestling Show” where I’ll be doing a post show recap the night of the show, so be sure to check that out. Until next time…