NJPW G1 Climax 28 Finals Results: Hiroshi Tanahashi Battles Kota Ibushi In The Finals, A NEVER Openweight 6 Man Tag Team Title Match & Rey Mysterio!

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NJPW G1 Climax 28 Finals
Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Kota Ibushi

NEVER Openweight 6 Man Tag Team Title Match
The Firing Squad (Taiji Ishimori, Tama Tonga & Tonga Loa) def. Bullet Club Elite (Marty Scurll, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) to win the belts

Rey Mysterio, Kushida & Pro Wrestling Sengoku Enbu def. Chaos (Kazuchika Okada, Sho & Yoh)

Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii, Jay White & Toru Yano) def. Bullet Club (Kenny Omega, Chase Owens & Yujiro Takahashi)

Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, Bushi, Evil & Sanada) def. Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Zack Sabre Jr., El Desparado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru)

Bullet Club (Cody & Hangman Page) def. Juice Robinson & David Finlay

Suzuki-Gun (Taichi & Takashi Iizuka) def. Chaos (Hirooki Goto & Yoshi-Hashi)

Bad Luck Fale def. Toa Henare

Michael Elgin & Great Bash Heel (Tomoaki Homna & Togi Makabe) def. Yuji Nagata, Shota Umino & Ayota Yoshida

Michael Elgin & Great Bash Heel (Tomoaki Homna & Togi Makabe) vs. Yuji Nagata, Shota Umino & Ayota Yoshida

The match begins with Nagata’s team attacking the opposition before the bell sounds, Homna gets triple teamed by Nagata and company. Umino nails Homna with a missile drop kick for a near fall, the brawl spills to the arena floor for the majority of the competitors. Makabe tags in and he stomps away on a downed Umino, Makabe nails Umino with a few strikes before tagging Homna back in. Homna nails Umino with chops and an axe handle smash, Homna nails a downed Umino with a falling headbutt. Elgin tags in and he levels Umino with a few chops, Elgin lands a few more strikes before eating a drop kick from Umino. Nagata tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team, Nagata nails a downed Elgin with a series of kicks.

Nagata then nails a cornered Elgin with a boot to the face, Elgin fights back and he nails Nagata with a few super kicks. Makaba tags in and he nails a cornered Nagata with a running clothesline and multiple punches, Nagata fights back and Makabe drops him with a clothesline. Nagata recovers and he nails Makabe with an exploder suplex, Yoshida tags in and he drops Makabe with a shoulder tackle. Yoshida connects with a penalty kick to a downed Makabe for a near fall, Makabe recovers and crushes a charging Yoshida with a clothesline. Makabe then hits Yoshida with a lariat for a near fall, Makabe then hits Yoshida with a King Kong Knee Drop for the near fall.

Winners: Michael Elgin & Great Bash Heel (Tomoaki Homna & Togi Makabe)

Toa Henare vs. Bad Luck Fale

The match begins with Henare jumping Fale as he enters the ring, Henare knocks Fale into the corner with a flying shoulder tackle. Fale goes for the Grenade and Henare counters by landing a headbutt, Henare goes to the top rope and he drops Fale with a shoulder tackle for a near fall. Henare goes for a Samoan drop and Fale gets free by destroying him with a lariat, Fale then hits Henare with a Grenade followed by a Bad Luck Fall for the three count.

Winner: Bad Luck Fale

Chaos (Hirooki Goto & Yoshi-Hashi) vs. Suzuki-Gun (Taichi & Takashi Iizuka)

The match begins with Iizuka jumping Chaos during their entrance and he attacks them with a steel chair, the brawl quickly spills all over the arena between both teams. Taichi gets Yoshi-Hashi in the ring while Iizuka and Goto battle on the arena floor, Taichi rips the shirt off of Yoshi-Hashi before whipping him with it. Yoshi-Hashi recovers and he catches Taichi with a hurricarana, Yoshi-Hashi traps Taichi in the ropes while landing some chops. Iizuka interferes and he hits Yoshi-Hashi with a chair shot to the back, Taichi drops Yoshi-Hashi before kicking him in the back. Iizuka tags in and he starts biting a cornered Yoshi-Hashi, Iizuka rips the tape off of Yoshi-Hashi’s shoulder before biting that injured arm. Iizuka also attacks Goto by biting him on the forehead, Yoshi-Hashi recovers and drops Iizuka with the Head Hunter.

Goto tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team, Goto hits Taichi with a suplex onto a downed Iizuka. Goto then hits Iizuka with a spin kick followed by a Saito Suplex for a near fall, Iizuka recovers and bites the injured arm of Goto. Taichi tags in and he works over the injured arm of Goto. Goto recovers and he nails Taichi with a Saito suplex, Yoshi-Hashi tags in and he nails Taichi with a drop kick to the back for a near fall. Yoshi-Hashi and Taichi have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring, Yoshi-Hashi then drops Taichi with a Western Lariat, Taichi grabs the referee to avoid Karma and Chaos takes out Iizuka instead. Taichi levels Yoshi-Hashi with a lariat for a near fall, Taichi then hits Yoshi-Hashi with a buzz saw kick followed by a power bomb for the three count.

Winners: Suzuki-Gun (Taichi & Takashi Iizuka)

After the match, Taichi attacks Chaos and a host of others with his microphone stand.

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