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NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results (5/18): Will Ospreay vs. Taiji Ishimori

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NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results (5/18): Will Ospreay vs. Taiji Ishimori

NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results (5/18): Will Ospreay vs. Taiji Ishimori

The best Cruiserweight fighters in the world will be seen in Japan. One more year, New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) presents the Best of the Super Juniors tournament. During 14 events, 16 wrestlers will fight to become the best fighter of their category. The winner of the competition will receive a trophy and a match for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship at Dominion (June 9).

Ren Narita & Chris Sabin vs. Shota Umino & KUSHIDA
Even start between Sabin and KUSHIDA. The Young Lions want to enter the match, but Narita first enters to face KUSHIDA. Enter Umino and punish Narita’s neck. Relay for Sabin that charges against KUSHIDA. Umino goes crazy for entering and applies Missile Dropkick to Sabin. Sabin kicks KUSHIDA from the edge of the ring and applies the Cradle Shock to Umino.
Ren Narita & Chris Sabin wins via pinfall.

SHO & YOSHI-HASHI Vs. Dragon Lee & Tomoyuki Oka
Dragon Lee and SHO begin the fight. Oka asks for the relief but is dominated by SHO and HASHI. Enter Dragon Lee and look for the account after a Dropkick on SHO. The hard crossing of blows between both, that after a Suplex of Lee and a Lariat of SHO lie. Oka charges YOSHI HASHI and applies a Camel Clutch. Lee and SHO meet again, but when Dragon looks for flight YOSHI stops him with a hard Lariat. YOSHI makes Oka perform with her Butterfly Lock.
SHO & YOSHI-HASHI wins via submission.

Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & El Desperado) vs. Toa Henare & Ryusuche Taguchi
Suzuki-gun does not let their rivals finish entering the ring and attack them. Taguchi responds with several Hip Attacks on Desperado and takes Suzuki out of the ring, but Minoru surprises him violently in ringside. Suzuki-gun dominates the fight outside the ring destroying their rivals, especially Taguchi, against the chairs. Relay for Henare to return to the ring, this hits Minoru and overwhelms Desperado. Samoan Drop and two counts on Suzuki. Piledriver from Suzuki to Henare for the count of three.
Suzuki-gun wins via pinfall.

BULLET CLUB (Marty Scurll & Chase Owens) vs. The Ungovernables of Japan (EVIL & Hiromu Takahashi)
Scurll and Takahashi initiate the action after a few moments of poses and comments from Marty. Hiromu tries his Sunset Flip Powerbomb towards ringside, but Marty resists and Chase applies a Superkick. They steal a Daryl Jr. from a girl in the audience to attack Hiromu later. Owens then pulls Daryl on his owner and they continue to dominate Takahashi. Even exchanges between Owens and EVIL. Chase mistakenly connects a kick to Marty and The Ingobernables combine against him. EVIL Banshee Muzzle on Chase for victory.
Los Ingobernables de Japon wins via pinfall.

Best of the Super Jr. 25 – Block A matches:
Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tiger Mask
Yoshinobu takes the initiative and punishes Tiger Mask. Tiger wants to respond, but Kanemaru tries to remove the mask. Tiger Mask achieves some phases of dominance, but Kanemaru is more aggressive and returns to control. Kanemaru uses the Young Lions against Tiger as if they were objects, throwing them. Suddenly, Tiger Mask surprises with a pin after a Brainbuster and takes the victory.
Tiger Mask wins via pinfall.

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ACH vs. Flip Gordon
ACH takes control after seeing several “flips” of Gordon. Flip stops receiving Chops and applies a Slingblade Springboard. The action goes to the public, where ACH hits with more Chops to Flip. Gordon throws himself into Crossbody from the top of one of the entrance stairs to the arena. ACH returns to the ring at the count of 19. Standing Shooting Star Press after a Samoan Drop but ACH avoids the count of three. Flip seeks height but receives a tremendous kick, ACH looks for the account but it is not enough. ACH applies a German Suplex with great effort since you can hardly use one of its arms. ACH applies the Big Bang Attack for the count of three.
ACH wins via pinfall.

BUSHI vs. YOH
BUSHI attacks YOH as soon as he enters the ring. BUSHI hangs YOH on his shirt and then applies a DDT between the ropes on the apron of the ring. Exchange of blows in the ring, BUSHI continues to carry the best part. The long domain of BUSHI, YOH manages to connect a Neckbreaker and stop it. BUSHI returns to control YOH after a Suicide Dive. YOH receives him with a Superkick and they go to exchange blows, tired, in the middle of the ring. YOH almost falls out of the ring, takes the ropes to return but receives a Canadian Destroyer. Count two on YOH! BUSHI tries a Codebreaker but YOH reverts it with a pin.
YOH wins via pinfall.

Taiji Ishimori vs. Will Ospreay
Will attacks with a Dropkick at the beginning of the match. Soon they go to ringside, Taiji responds, Will takes advantage of a push and jumps to a wall and from there he flies over Ishimori. Hard blows to return to the ring, Bone Soldier takes control. Ishimori severely punishes Ospreay’s neck, hangs him on the ropes and applies a German Suplex as he slides out of the ring. Ospreay responds and connects a Standing Shooting Star Press. Ishimori applies a Crossface, a Tombstone Facebreaker and continues to punish Ospreay’s neck to return with the Crossface. Will escapes in some way by raising him in a kind of Suplex. Will’s brainbuster after a hard exchange, but it’s not enough. Taiji escapes from Will, connects a Pump Kick and Reverse Frankensteiner. Spanish Fly by Ospreay.
Taiji Ishimori wins via pinfall.

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