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NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results – Day 10

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NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results – Day 10

NJPW Best of the Super Jr.25 Results - Day 10

New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) presented today, May 30, the tenth day of the Junior Weight Fighters tournament, Best of the Super Juniors 25. The show took place from the Big Palette in Fukushima, in front of 1670 viewers.

The tournament is held in a Round Robin format with the 16 participants divided into two groups of eight. During the first 13 events, the fighters of each group will have individual fights between them. For each victory, the winner will get two points; for each tie, one point will go to each fighter’s locker. Once all the participants have faced each other, the fighter with the most points from each block will advance to the grand final. The winner will get an opportunity for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship.

Below are the results:

CHAOS (YOSHI-HASHI and Will Ospreay) defeated Tiger Mask IV and Shota Umino.

Bullet Club (Chase Owens and Taji Ishimori) defeated ACH and Tomoyuki Oka.

Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) defeated CHAOS (Gedo and YOH).

Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito and BUSHI) defeated Flip Gordon and Toa Henare.

Best of the Super Juniors 25 – Block B matches:

Marty Scurll defeated Lee.

Ryusuke Taguchi defeated SHO.

Hiromu Takahashi defeated Chris Sabin.

KUSHIDA defeated El Desperado.

KUSHIDA takes the microphone and comments after the fight that thanks the public and that he has two big fights, against Hiromu Takahashi and Dragon Lee. He says he will win and that he will go up in Block B. He ends up thanking one more time and pointing out that he will get the two victories that he has left.

The classifications are below:

BLOCK B

1. KUSHIDA (6 points)

2. Marty Scurll (6 points)

3. Dragon Lee (6 points)

4. Hiromu Takahashi (6 points)

5. SHO (4 points)

6. Chris Sabin (4 points)

7. The Desperado (4 points)

8. Ryusuke Taguchi (4 points)

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