Fight Size NJPW Update: G1 Climax Standings, Block A Winners Talk Matches, Guerrillas Of Destiny Release New Video

This is the NJPW Fight Size Update for July 15th. 

- After each block has competed in the first matches, the following are the standings of the G1 Climax after Day 1 and Day 2. 

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Block A

Jay White - 2 Points - (1-0-0)

Hiroshi Tanahashi - 2 Points - (1-0-0)

Michael Elgin - 2 Points - (1-0-0)

Hangman Page - 2 Points - (1-0-0)

Togi Makabe - 2 Points - (1-0-0)

Kazuchika Okada - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Minoru Suzuki - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Evil - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Bad Luck Fale - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Yoshi-Hashi - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Block B

Kenny Omega (IWGP World Heavyweight Champion) - 1 Point - (1-0-0)

Tama Tonga - 1 Point - (1-0-0)

Tomohiro Ishii - 1 Point - (1-0-0)

Kota Ibushi - 1 Point - (1-0-0)

Hirooki Goto (NEVER Openweight Champion) - 1 Point - (1-0-0)

Tetsuya Naito - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Zack Sabre Jr. - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Sanada - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Juice Robinson (IWGP United States Champion) - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

Toru Yano - 0 Points - (0-1-0)

- The following is a pre-show taped before Day 1 of the G1 Climax. Kevin Kelly, Don Callis, and Rocky Romero discuss the matches to come and the field of competitors

- Kenny Omega shared this tweet after he and his Golden Lovers tag team partner Kota Ibushi were both victorious on Day 2

- NJPW has uploaded videos to YouTube for each of the G1 Climax participants with their schedule of matches. The following video is for IWGP United States Champion Juice Robinson

- The Guerillas of Destiny uploaded a new video to YouTube after some inactivity. It appears they are getting a group of Bullet Club members together for the Firing Squad sub-group. 

- Adam Page and Bad Luck Fale talk about their match that ended in disqualification and Bad Luck Fale made it apparent he's joining up with Tama Tonga and the Firing Squad

- Adam Page got revenge on Bad Luck Fale with this suicide dive. The gif is provided by Total Diva Eps on Twitter. 

- YOSHI-HASHI and Togi Makabe talked with reporters after the event. YOSHI-HASHI said he would get back at Makabe for the loss and Makabe said he beat up YOSHI-HASHI despite him being Shinsuke Nakamura's protege. 

 

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