NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors 24 Day 12 Results: The Block B Winner Is...

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The NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors 24 Block B winner is Kushida.

BOTSJ Block B Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru def. El Desparado by count out

BOTSJ Block B Match: Kushida def. Volador Jr.

BOTSJ Block B Match: Ryusuke Taguchi def. ACH

BOTSJ Block B Match: Bushi def. Tiger Mask IV

Bullet Club (Kenny Omega, Marty Scurll & Yujiro Takahashi) def. Chaos (Kazuchika Okada, Will Ospreay & Gedo) 

Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa) def. David Finlay & War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson) 

Los Ingobernables (Hiromu Takahashi, Evil & Sanada) def. Dragon Lee, Ricochet & Juice Robinson 

Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi) def. Jushin “Thunder” Liger & Hirai Kawato

Match By Match Recap

Jushin “Thunder” Liger & Hirai Kawato vs. Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi)

The match begins with Kawato knocking Michinoku off the ring apron, Kawato then attacks Taichi with some forearm strikes. Kawato drops a swinging Taichi with a diving forearm strike, Taichi gets angry and slams Kawato before assaulting him with kicks. Michinoku tags in and he chokes Kawato in the corner, Michinoku then stomps away on a downed Kawato. Michinoku traps Kawato in the corner before nailing him with a plethora of kicks, Kawato tries fighting back and Michinoku kicks away at him again. Taichi tags back in and he kicks Kawato right in the back, Taichi follows that up by catching Kawato with a running clothesline in the corner.

Kawato tags in Liger after catching a charging Taichi with a drop kick, Liger immediately locks Taichi in the surfboard hold until Michinoku breaks it up. Liger misses the palm strike and Taichi kicks him in the face, Michinoku hits the ring and Liger shoves Tiachi into him. Liger then catches Taichi with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker, Kawato tags back in and he attacks Michinoku with forearm strikes. Kawato then drops Michinoku with a flying forearm strike for a near fall, Liger and Kawato then attack Michinoku with some double team moves for a near fall. Kawato then catches Michinoku with a springboard drop kick for another near fall, Kawato follows that up by locking Michinoku in a Boston crab until Taichi breaks it up.

Michinoku drops Kawato and locks him in the cross face while Taichi kicks him in the head to force a submission.

Winners: Suzuki-Gun (Taka Michinoku & Taichi)

Dragon Lee, Ricochet & Juice Robinson vs. Los Ingobernables (Hiromu Takahashi, Evil & Sanada)

The match begins with Sanada distracting Robinson and that allows Evil to jump him from behind, Robinson recovers to knock Sanada out of the ring with a clothesline. Robinson and Ricochet then hit Evil with a double team move, Lee hits the ring and the team attacks Evil with a bunch of hip attacks. Ricochet tags in and Evil causes him to fall out of the ring after a missed diving hip attack, a brawl breaks out on the arena floor between everybody in the match. Evil gets Ricochet in the ring and he stomps away on him, Evil then hits Ricochet in the back with a super kick. Sanada tags in and Ricochet attacks him with European uppercuts, Evil trips up Ricochet so Sanada can nail him with a drop kick.

Evil hits the ring and Ricochet eventually takes them both out with a series of moves, Takahashi tags in and Ricochet nails him with a rolling hip attack. Lee gets the tag and he cracks Takahashi with a running drop kick, Lee then works over Takahashi with strikes and a running drop kick in the corner for a near fall. Takahashi and Lee have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring, Lee then hits Takahashi with a release German suplex and a knee strike. Takahashi recovers and propels a charging Lee into the turnbuckle, Sanada tags in and he ties up Lee before nailing him with a drop kick. Everybody from both teams hit the ring and take turns taking each other out, Evil hits Lee with a chair and Sanada follows up with a TKO for a near fall. Sanada then locks Lee in the Cold Skull to force a submission.

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

David Finlay & War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson) vs. Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa)

The match begins with Rowe and Fale having tests of strength with nobody getting an edge, Tama distracts Rowe and that allows Fale to drop him with a shoulder tackle. A brawl then breaks out on the arena floor between everybody in the match, Roa grabs Rowe and he throws him into the barricade at ringside. Fale also tosses Finlay into the chairs the fans were sitting in at ringside, Fale works over Rowe in the ring before tagging Roa in. Roa then catches Rowe with a running power slam for a near fall, Tama tags in and he works with Roa to hit Rowe with some double team moves. Tama then attacks Rowe with a plethora of strikes in the corner, Fale tags in and he continues assaulting Rowe with more strikes.

Rowe tries rolling out of the ring and Tama attacks him with a few punches, Rowe then sends a charging Fale to the arena floor. Hanson tags in and he immediately cleans house on the opposition, Hanson crushes Tama and Roa with a series of running clotheslines. Fale hits the ring to attack Hanson and then Hanson tags Finlay into the match, Tama is then triple teamed by the opposition. War Machine then throw Roa into Fale for a near fall, Tama trips up a running Finlay and everybody takes each other out. Finlay battles Fale until Fale levels him with a lariat for a near fall, Fale then hits Finlay with Grenade for a three count.

Winners: Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa)

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