NJPW Fantastica Mania Day 6 Results: The CMLL Heavyweight Title Is One The Line

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CMLL World Heavyweight Title Match: Maximo Sexy def. Hechicero to retain the title

Rush def. Atlantis

Ultimo Guerrero & Euphoria def. Mistico & Volador Jr.

Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, Hiromu Takahashi, Evil, Bushi & Sanada) def. Dragon Lee, Titan, Hiroshi Tanashashi, Juice Robinson & David Finlay

Barbaro Cavernario & Chaos (Kazuchika Okada & Will Ospreay) def. Sobernaro, Kushida & Ryusuke Taguchi

Stuka Jr. def. Okumura

Ephesto, Raziel & Chaos (Jedo & Gedo) def. Henare, Blue Panther Jr., Jushin “Thunder” Liger & Tiger Mask IV

Match By Match Recap

Ephesto, Raziel & Chaos (Jedo & Gedo) vs. Henare, Blue Panther Jr., Jushin “Thunder” Liger & Tiger Mask IV

The match begins with Gedo jumping Mask IV from behind, Mask IV eventually fights off all four members of the opposing team with hip tosses. Mask IV also accidentally hip tosses all his teammates and the referee for good measure, Panther works over Gedo in the ring as a brief brawl breaks out on the arena floor. Henare comes in and he nails Gedo with several forearm strikes, Jado interferes and he drags Henare out of the ring. Henare is tossed back in the ring and Gedo works him over some more, Raziel comes in and headbutts Henare in the midsection. Ephesto tags in and he cracks Henare with a back breaker for the near fall, Jado tags back in and he levels Henare with a few chops. Gedo tags in and he side kicks Henare in the midsection, Henare fights back by dropping Gedo with a flying shoulder tackle.

Liger gets the tag and he is immediately triple teamed by the opposition, Liger eventually drops Gedo and Jado with a double DDT. Liger then hits Ephesto with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker, Liger follows that up with a suicide dive on Raziel. Panther comes in and Ephesto rolls him up from out of nowhere to get the three count.

Winners: Ephesto, Raziel & Chaos (Jedo & Gedo)

Stuka Jr. vs. Okumura

The match begins with Okumura attacking Stuka as the bell sounded, Okumura drops Stuka with a shoulder tackle after eating a few chops. Stuka fights back and he knocks Okumura out of the ring with a hurricarana, Stuka then nails Okumura with a pair of suicide dives. Stuka goes for the third dive and Okumura catches him with a michinuku driver for a near fall, Okumura then levels Stuka with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker and a clothesline for a few near falls. Stuka catches Okumura with a roll up from out of nowhere for a two count, Stuka avoids Okumura and sends him back to the arena floor before nailing him with a springboard moonsault. Stuka tosses Okumura back into the ring to hit him with a high cross body from the top rope, Okumura fights back and he traps Stuka on the middle rope.

Okumura then catches Stuka with an ace crusher from the middle rope for a near fall, Stuka lures Okumura to the arena floor before catching him with a hurricarana. Okumura’s manager interferes and Stuka slams her before catching Okumura with a dive from the top rope, Okumura makes it back into the ring first and he catches Stuka with an elevated DDT for a near fall. Okumura and Stuka exchange avalanches in the corner, Stuka then slams Okumura and then suplexes his manager on top of him. Stuka nails Okumura’s manger with a splash, Stuka goes back to the top rope and hits both of them with a splash to get the three count.

Winner: Stuka Jr.

Barbaro Cavernario & Chaos (Kazuchika Okada & Will Ospreay) vs. Sobernaro, Kushida & Ryusuke Taguchi

The match begins with Ospreay working over the arm of Sobernaro before dropping him with a hip toss, Sobernaro responds by nailing Ospreay with a springboard hurricarana. Taguchi and Okada get the tags from their respective partners, Taguchi knocks Okada out of the ring with an arm drag. Taguchi falls onto his back with a mummy’s pose and a confused Okada attempts to pin him, Taguchi surprises Okada with a roll up for a near fall. Okada eventually catches Taguchi with a drop kick to the side of the head, Ospreay and Cavernario hit the ring to work over Taguchi. Cavernario tags in and he kicks Taguchi in the back of the knee, Okada tags back in and he splits the legs of Taguchi with Cavernario. Okada eventually rips the mask off of the face of Taguchi, Okada follows that up by nailing Taguchi with a slingshot swanton bomb.

Ospreay tags back in and he catches a leaping Taguchi with an atomic drop, Taguchi catches Ospreay with a hip attack before tagging Kushida in. Kushida hits the ring and he lays waste to the opposition, Cavernario then nails Kushida with a super kick. Cavernario and Okada are eventually tossed into each other by Sobernaro and Taguchi, a six way submission hold fest eventually breaks out between all the competitors. Ospreay and Kushida also have a forearm strike exchange in the center of the ring, Ospreay knocks Kushida out of the ring with a handspring kick to the head, Ospreay then hits Kushida with a suicide dive. Sobernaro then hits Okada with a kick to the head followed by a dive from the top rope for a near fall, Okada recovers to hit Sobernaro with a flapjack. Taguchi hits the ring and he knocks Okada out of it, Taguchi then hits Okada with a dive from the ring apron. Cavernario catches Sobernaro in a modified bow and arrow hold to get a tap out.

Winners: Barbaro Cavernario & Chaos (Kazuchika Okada & Will Ospreay)

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