NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors 24 Day 10 Results: Block B Action Continues

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BOTSJ Block B Match: Kushida def. Ryusuke Taguchi

BOTSJ Block B Match: Volador Jr. def. ACH

BOTSJ Block B Match: Bushi def. Yoshinobu Kanemaru

BOTSJ Block B Match: Tiger Mask IV def. El Desparado

Bullet Club (Kenny Omega, Bad Luck Fale & Marty Scurll) def. Chaos (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay & Gedo)

David Finlay & War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson) def. Bullet Club (Yujiro Takahashi, Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa)

Los Ingobernables (Hiromu Takahashi, Evil & Sanada) def. Ricochet, Juice Robinson & Hirai Kawato

Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi) def. Dragon Lee & Syota Umino

Match By Match Recap

Dragon Lee & Syota Umino vs. Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi)

The match begins with Umino attacking both opponents as they stood on the ring apron, Umino then hits Taichi with a bunch of forearm strikes. Taichi gets angry and slams Umino before kicking away at him, Michinoku tags in and he chokes Umino in the corner. Michinoku slows things down further by holding Umino in a chin lock, Michinoku releases the hold so he can attack Umino with a plethora of stomps. Taichi tags in and he rips away at the eyes of a swinging Umino, Taichi waits for Umino to stand up before dropping him with a kick. Taicho then hits Umino with a clothesline in the corner for a near fall, Umino eventually drops Taichi with a pair of drop kicks.

Lee tags in and he attacks Taichi with a ton of forearm strikes and a running drop kick, Lee then drops an interfering Michinoku before catching him with a leg lariat. Lee knocks his opponents out of the ring before nailing them with a suicide dive, Lee throws Taichi back in the ring and Taichi nails him with a kick to the face. Michinoku tags in and Lee quickly catches him with a rope propelled German suplex, Umino tags in and he attacks Michinoku with forearm strikes and running back elbow strikes. Umino trips up Michinoku and then locks him in a Boston crab until Taichi breaks it up, Lee throws Taichi out of the ring and they brawl. Michinoku drops Umino and locks him in the cross face to force a submission.

Winners: Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi)

Ricochet, Juice Robinson & Hirai Kawato vs. Los Ingobernables (Hiromu Takahashi, Evil & Sanada)

The match begins with a brawl breaking out between all six competitors in the match, Kawato drops Takahashi with a hip toss and then a slam. Kawato gets up and stomps away on a downed Takahashi until Evil trips him up, Takahashi then takes the chance to assault Kawato with chops and a slam. Evil tags in and he drops Kawato with a double chop before tagging Sanada in, Sanada lets Kawato chop him until he drops him with a European uppercut. Sanada follows that up by locking Kawato in the Boston crab, Takahashi tags back in and he attacks Kawato with some more chops. Kawato then drops a charging Takahashi with a drop kick, Ricochet tags in and he cleans house on all three members of the opposing team.

Takahashi misses a charge and Ricochet nails him with a 619 followed by a springboard European uppercut, Robinson tags in and he double teams Takahashi with Ricochet for a near fall. Takahashi then drops a swinging Robinson with a super kick, Evil tags in and Robinson catches him with a series of jabs. Robinson then plants a charging Evil with a spine buster, Kawato tags in and he attacks Evil with forearm strikes and a running elbow strike. Kawato follows that up by dropping Evil with a running drop kick, Kawato then drops Evil with a missile drop kick for a near fall. Kawato locks Evil in a Boston crab as everybody else fights on the arena floor, Evil breaks free and Kawato is then triple teamed by the opposition.

Evil catches Kawato with a senton for a near fall, Kawato rolls up Evil out of nowhere for a near fall before assaulting him with a few strikes. Evil then drops a charging Kawato with a lariat before locking him in a modified chicken wing to force a submission.

Winners: Los Ingobernables (Hiromu Takahashi, Evil & Sanada)

David Finlay & War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson) vs. Bullet Club (Yujiro Takahashi, Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa)

The match begins with Tama distracting Finlay so Takahashi can get the upper hand on him, Finlay misses a drop kick and Takahashi just stomps on him. Finlay recovers and drops Takahashi with a leaping European uppercut, Tama and Roa then brawl with War Machine as Finaly and Takahashi battle on the arena floor. War Machine look for suicide dives until Tama and Roa stop them to continue their brawl on the arena floor, Takahashi hits Finlay with his pimp cane as they continue their fight on the arena floor as well. Takahashi eventually brings Finlay back into the ring before tagging Tama in, Tama assaults Finlay with strikes in the corner. Tama drops Finlay with a headbutt before tagging Roa in, Roa catches Finlay with a power slam for a near fall.

Roa traps Finaly in the corner before tagging Takahashi back into the match, Takahashi drops Finlay before nailing him with a leg drop for a near fall. Finlay eventually drops Takahashi with a drop kick before tagging Hanson into the match, Hanson quickly cleans house on the opposing team. Hanson does a modified Banzai Drop on Takahashi, Hanson follows that up by nailing Tama and Roa with a double clothesline. Rowe tags in and he drops Roa with a running double knee strike, Rowe then trips up a swinging Tama before catching him with a running knee strike. Roa recovers and catches a charging Hanson with a spear, Bullet Club then hit Rowe with some triple team moves for a near fall. Roa sets up for a Magic Killer and Finlay interferes before catching Takahashi with a dive, War Machine nail Tama with a propelled power slam to get the three count.

Winners: David Finlay & War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson)

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