Rev Pro "Live In New York" Results: Aussie Open vs. Roppongi 3K, Plus Hiroshi Tanahashi, Will Ospreay, Suzuki-Gun, Tomohiro Ishii & More!

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Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr.) def. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Will Ospreay

Tommaso Ciampa And Timothy Thatcher Team Once Again On 3/3 NXT

Tomohiro Ishii def. David Starr

Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) def. Roppongi 3K (Sho & Yoh)

Ryusuke Taguchi def. Rocky Romero

CCK (Chris Brooks & Jonathan Gresham) def. Clark Conners & Karl Fredericks

Carlos Romo def. A-Kid, Flamita & Kid Lykos

Brian Cage def. Michael Oku


- The Rev Pro President makes his way to the ring to address the crowd, he thanks the crowd for being at the show and says the show may be the highlight of their ‘Mania weekend.

CCK (Chris Brookes & Jonathan Gresham) vs. Clark Conners & Karl Fredericks

The match begins with some chain wrestling between Gresham and Conners, Conners scores a takedown on Gresham. Conners backs Gresham into the ropes before a chopping exchange breaks out, Fredericks tags in and he powers Gresham into the corner. Brookes tags in and Conners quickly scores a takedown on him, Brookes gets Fredericks down while wrenching away on his arm. Brookes tries hyper extending the elbow of Fredericks, Fredericks fights back and Brookes attacks him with a few chops. Fredericks recovers and he drops Brookes with a shoulder tackle, Fredericks corners Brookes before attacking him with strikes. Conners tags in and he works with Fredericks to apply a double leg lock on Brookes, Gresham hits the ring to attack the opposition.

Gresham tags in and he nails a leaping Conners with a German suplex, Conners and Gresham get into a chopping exchange until Gresham takes him down. Brookes tags back in and he stomps away on the leg of a downed Conners, Brookes ties up the legs of Conners until Fredericks breaks it up. Gresham tags in and he focuses his attack on the injured leg of Conners, Conners knocks both opponents out of the ring. Conners then nails a charging Gresham with a drop kick, Fredericks and Brookes get tagged in by their respective partners, Fredericks and Conners double team Brookes for a near fall. Fredericks then nails Brookes with a spine buster before applying a Boston crab, Conners nails Gresham with a spear before applying a Boston crab. Brookes eventually gets to the ropes to break the submission hold, Brookes recovers and lands a middle rope senton on a bending Fredericks.

Gresham tags in and he immediately knocks Conners off the ring apron, Gresham corners Fredericks before landing a running drop kick. Brookes tags in and Fredericks sends him right into Gresham, Conners tags in and he exchanges chops with Brookes. Gresham attacks Conners in the injured knee, Brookes hits Conners with a double underhook pile driver for a near fall. Gresham tags in and he has a striking exchange with Conners, Gresham nails Conners with an enzaguri and a middle rope moonsault. Gresham then gets Conners in an ankle lock before transitioning into a German suplex for a near fall, Gresham levels Conners with forearm strikes and kicks for a three count.

Winners: CCK (Chris Brookes & Jonathan Gresham)

Carlos Romo vs. A-Kid vs. Flamita vs. Kid Lykos

The match begins with Lykos and A-Kid brawling on the arena floor, Romo then hits Flamita with a leg lariat for a near fall. Flamita recovers and he drills Romo with a drop kick, Lykos comes bcak in the ring and he nails Flamita with a pair of head scissors takedowns. A-Kid gets back in the ring and he knocks Lykos out of it with a drop kick, Romo and A-Kid double team Lykos as he returned to the ring. Flamita returns to take down both Romo and A-Kid, Flamita looks for a suicide dive and Lykos prevents it. A-Kid knocks Lykos out of the ring before accidentally hitting Romo with a dive, Lykos and Flamita follow up with dives of their own. Flamita and Romo battle in the ring and Flamita lands a one man Spanish fly for a near fall, A-Kid hits Flamita with a northern lights suplex for a near fall.

Lykos crushes A-Kid with a springboard stunner and then a split legged corkscrew moonsault for a near fall, Lykos and A-Kid have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring. Lykos drops A-Kid before eating a head kick from Romo, everybody takes turns taking each other out. A-Kid nails Lykos with a 619 before taking out Flamita with a dive, Romo nails Flamita with a reverse DDT for a near fall. Flamita lays out A-Kid with a super kick before hitting Romo with a suplex into a lung blower for a near fall, A-Kid eventually catches Flamita in a triangle choke. Flamita escapes and A-Kid nails him with a destroyer from out of nowhere, Romo steals the pin on Flamita to get the win.

Winner: Carlos Romo

Michael Oku vs. Brian Cage

The match begins with Oku attacking Cage with a few leg kicks, Oku looks for a tornado DDT and Vage blocks it. Oku then hits Cage with a drop kick before failing at a hurricarana attempt, Cage then tosses Oku across the ring. Cage traps Oku in the corner while landing some strikes, Cage follows that up by dropping Oku with a back elbow strike. Cage then picks up Oku and tosses him completely across the ring a few times, Cage also uses a monkey flip to propel Oku across the ring. Oku tries fighting back and he nails Cage with a drop kick to the back of the head, Cage gets angry and he destroys Oku with a lariat. Cage then drops Oku with a hard Irish whip in the corner, Oku tries fighting back and he lands a few strikes. Oku leaps off the top rope and Cage catches him, Oku gets free and he nails Cage with an enzaguri from out of nowhere.

Oku follows that up by knocking Cage down with a top rope moonsault, Cage gets to the ring apron before dropping Oku with a clothesline. Oku causes Cage to get trapped in the ropes before landing a tornado DDT, Cage falls to the arena floor and Oku takes him out with a suicide dive. Cage gets back in the ring and he nails Oku with a German suplex into the corner, Oku somehow counters an F5 attempt by hitting Cage with a destroyer for a near fall. Oku follows that up by nailing Cage with a knee strike to the head, Cage propels Oku across the ring before landing a buckle bomb and a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Oku catches Cage in a roll up before eating a clothesline, Cage then hits Oku with his finisher for a three count.

Winner: Brian Cage

Hiroshi Tanahashi & Will Ospreay vs. Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr.)

The match begins with Sabre Jr doing some work on the arm of Tanahashi, a chain wrestling soon breaks out between Tanahashi and Sabre Jr. Ospreay tags in and he nails a trapped Sabre Jr with a few strikes, Ospreay and Tanahashi then hit Sabre Jr with some double team moves for a near fall. Ospreay follows that up by knocking Sabre Jr out of the ring with a drop kick, Suzuki interferes and he gets Ospreay in a rope assisted arm bar. A brawl breaks out between both teams and it quickly spills to the arena floor, Suzuki tags in and he gets Ospreay back into the ring while landing more strikes. Ospreay tries fighting back and Suzuki levels him with chops, Sabre Jr and Suzuki stretch Ospreay in the ropes while the referee argues with Tanahashi.

Tanahashi interferes and he attacks both opponents, Suzuki recovers and he locks Tanahashi in a knee bar while Sabre Jr gets Ospreay in a modified STF. Sabre Jr tags in and he works over a cornered Ospreay, Sabre Jr headscissors Ospreay while pulling on his bloody nose. Suzuki tags in and he attacks Ospreay with elbow strikes to the face, Suzuki follows that up by applying the single leg crab to Ospreay. Ospreay gets free and he has a striking exchange with Suzuki, Sabre Jr tags back in and he applies a straight jacket hold to Ospreay. Ospreay gets free and he nails Sabre Jr with a handspring enzaguri, Tanahashi tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team. Tanahashi slams Sabre Jr before landing a middle rope swanton bomb for a near fall, Sabre Jr recovers and he gets a charging Tanahashi into the octopus stretch.

Tanahashi gets free and Sabre Jr drops him before tagging Suzuki into the match, Tanahashi and Suzuki get into a striking exchange. Tanahashi looks for a dragon screw leg whip and Suzuki counters with an arm bar, Ospreay hits the ring and Suzuki knocks him back out of it. Tanahashi then drops a distracted Suzuki with a flying forearm strike, Ospreay tags in and he nails Suzuki with a springboard forearm strike. Ospreay then corners Suzuki and he nails him with a ton of forearm strikes, Ospreay then hits a downed Suzuki with a running drop kick. Ospreay and Suzuki get into a forearm strike exchange in the middle of the ring, Ospreay eventually ends the exchange by nailing Suzuki with a spinning head kick. Ospreay sets up for a Storm Breaker and Suzuki looks for a Gotch style pile driver, Suzuki gets Ospreay in a choke while Sabre Jr tags himself into the match.

Sabre Jr and Suzuki double team Ospreay with multiple penalty kicks for a near fall, a brawl breaks out between both teams in the ring. Suzuki and Sabre Jr apply octopus stretches to Ospreay and Tanahashi, Ospreay gets free and he drops both opponents with a handspring overhead kick. Ospreay traps Sabre Jr in the corner before landing a super kick for a near fall, Suzuki returns and he attacks Ospreay from behind. Tanahashi returns and he nails Suzuki with a dragon screw leg whip, Tanahashi nails Sabre Jr with a sling blade. Ospreay follows up by landing a shooting star press for a near fall, Ospreay goes for Storm Breaker and Sabre Jr counters with a triangle choke. Ospreay gets free by nailing Sabre Jr with a power bomb, Ospreay goes for Storm Breaker and Sabre Jr counters with a roll up for the three count.

Winners: Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & Zack Sabre Jr.)

Rocky Romero vs. Ryusuke Taguchi

The match begins with Taguchi teasing hip attacks against Romero, Taguchi then goes to work on the arm of Romero. Romero takes the opportunity to do the same to Taguchi, Romero wrenches away on the arm of Taguchi until Taguchi get to the ropes. Taguchi scores a drop toe hold takedown on Romero before wrenching away on his leg, Romero gets free before catching Taguchi in a bow and arrow stretch. Romero nails Taguchi with a kick to the midsection missing a few drop kick attempts, Taguchi then hits Romero with a hip attack. Romero catches himself in the ropes and Taguchi knocks him to the arena floor with a hip attack, Romero recovers and he drop kicks Taguchi to the arena floor. Romero follows that up with a suicide dive against Taguchi, Romero follows Taguchi around on the outside of the ring while landing strikes.

Romero gets Taguchi in the ring and he lands a knee drop for a near fall, Romero nails Taguchi with hip attacks of his own. Taguchi and Romero then exchange some atomic drops before collapsing, Taguchi gets up and he nails Romero with more hip attacks. Taguchi then traps Romero in the ropes while landing more hip attacks, Taguchi follows that up by nailing Romero with a series of suplexes for a near fall. Taguchi again nails a cornered Romero with a hip attack before missing the next one, Romero places Taguchi on the top rope before landing a springboard double stomp for a near fall. Romero follows that up by nailing Taguchi with some Forever Clotheslines, Taguchi responds by landing hip attacks of his own. Romero catches a leaping Taguchi with a thumb to the bum before landing a tornado DDT for a near fall, Taguchi and Romero exchange some rolls up for a few near falls.

Taguchi and Romero have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring, Taguchi eventually drops Romero after landing an enzaguri. Taguchi then hits Romero with a running hip attack for a near fall, Taguchi then hits Romero with a double underhook face plant for a three count.

Winner: Ryusuke Taguchi

David Starr vs. Tomohiro Ishii

The match begins with Ishii backing Starr into the ropes before letting him go free, Starr eventually does the same to Ishii. Starr tries dropping Ishii with shoulder tackles and Ishii stays on his feet, Starr then trips up a charging Ishii. Ishii and Starr have a brief striking exchange until Ishii drops Starr with a shoulder tackle, Ishii then drops Starr after landing a series of strikes. Starr fights back and he sends Ishii into the ropes before dropping him with a shoulder tackle, Starr then attacks a downed Ishii with some strikes. Starr traps Ishii in the corner before stomping away on him, Starr then nails a downed Ishii with a running cross body block. Starr corners Ishii again before attacking him with a striking combination, Ishii gets angry and he crushes Starr with his own series of strikes. Starr fights back and Ishii drills him with a power slam, Ishii then hits Starr with a belly to back suplex.

Starr recovers and he drops Ishii with a cartwheel kick, Ishii rolls out of the ring and Starr nails him with a suicide dive. Starr gets Ishii back in the ring before landing a DDT and top rope elbow drop for a near fall, Ishii blocks a lariat from Starr and Starr still hits him with a release German suplex followed by a super kick. Ishii recovers and he drops Starr with a lariat, Ishii then hits a cornered Starr with a clothesline before putting him on the top rope. Ishii then hits Starr with a superplex for a near fall, Ishii goes for a sliding clothesline and Starr rolls him up instead for a near fall. Starr eats a few strikes before leveling Ishii with multiple lariats for a near fall, Starr then hits Ishii with a Tomorrow Driver for another near fall. Ishii drills Starr with a headbutt followed by an enzaguri, Ishii then hits Starr with a sliding lariat for a near fall. Ishii follows up by nailing Starr with a brain buster for a three count.

Winner: Tomohiro Ishii

Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) vs. Roppongi 3K (Sho & Yoh)

The match begins with Davis winning a test of strength against Yoh, Yoh gets free and he nails Davis with a few strikes before getting dropped with a shoulder block. Fletcher and Sho get tagged in by their respective partners, Fletcher eventually drops Sho with a middle rope moonsault after some reversals between the two. Roppongi 3K hit the ring and they take out both opponents, Aussie Open leave the ring and Roppongi 3K take them out with suicide dives. Roppongi 3K get Fletcher back in the ring to land a few double team moves for a near fall, Yoh tags in and he kicks Fletcher in the midsection before working over his arm. Sho tags back in and he tags Yoh back in while working on Fletcher’s arm, Sho tags in again and he works over the arm of Fletcher.

Fletcher fights back and he tags Davis in so they can hit Sho with a flapjack, Davis traps Sho in the corner while landing some strikes. Fletcher tags in and he double teams Sho with Davis for a near fall, Davis comes back in and he nails Sho with a few more strikes. Sho starts fighting back and Davis nails him with a front slam for a near fall, Davis holds Sho down while pulling back on his head. Davis releases the hold and he stomps away on a downed Sho, Fletcher tags in and he knocks Yoh off the ring apron. Fletcher picks Sho up and he drops him with a single kick, Sho eventually recovers and he drills Fletcher with a spear. Yoh tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team, Yoh with hits Fletcher with a back breaker into a neck breaker for a near fall. Yoh then hits Fletcher with a drop kick to the knee followed by a dragon screw leg whip, Yoh then applies the figure four leg lock on Fletcher.

Davis eventually hits the ring and he breaks up the submission hold, Yoh then sends a charging Davis into the ring post. Fletcher super kicks Yoh to the arena floor, Aussie Open double team Yoh on the arena floor before landing their finisher in the ring for a near fall. Davis and Sho take their brawl to the arena floor, Fletcher and Yoh have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring. Yoh eventually drops Fletcher with a super kick to end the exchange, Davis tags in and Sho gets a tag a few moments later. Davis quickly slows down Sho before another striking exchange breaks out, Sho drops Davis with a drop kick to the knee before landing a lariat a few moments later. Sho hits Davis with a German suplex for a near fall, Yoh tags in and he double teams Davis with Sho. Roppongi 3K set up for 3K when Fletcher takes Sho down with a top rope cross body block, Davis nails Yoh with a Mach Davis for a near fall.

Fletcher tags in as Yoh knocks Davis out of the ring, Yoh catches Fletcher in a few roll ups for a near near falls. Yoh gets Fletcher in a sharp shooter before transitioning to an STF, Sho then gets Davis in an arm bar a few moments later. Fletcher eventually gets to the ropes to break the submission hold, Roppongi 3K hit Fletcher with an assisted cutter for a near fall. Davis blocks 3K from happening before slamming both opponents, Yoh fights back and he rolls up Fletcher for a near fall. Fletcher recovers and he double teams Yoh with Davis, Davis hits Yoh with a pile driver for nailing him with a Fidget Spinner with Fletcher for a three count.

Winners: Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)

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