NJPW Sengoku Lord In Nagoya Results: Two Title Matches & Kazuchika Okada vs. Yujiro Takahashi

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IWGP World Heavyweight Championship
IWGP Intercontinental Championship

Evil (c) def. Hiromu Takahashi to retain the titles

NEVER Openweight Championship
Shingo Takagi (c) def. El Desperado to retain the title

Kazuchika Okada def. Yujiro Takahashi

Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kota Ibushi, Yuji Nagata, Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Master Wato def. Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi, Zack Sabre Jr., Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Douki)

Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, Bushi & Sanada) def. Chaos (Hirooki Goto, Yoshi-Hashi & Sho)

Ryusuke Taguchi, Satoshi Kojima & Togi Makabe def. Gabriel Kidd & Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii & Toru Yano)

Taiji Ishimori def. Yuya Uemura


Taiji Ishimori vs. Yuya Uemura

The match begins with some chain wrestling between Ishimori and Uemura, Ishimori works over the arm of Uemura and Uemura does the same to him. Uemura gets Ishimori in a headlock and Ishimori gets free before eating a shoulder tackle, Ishimori leaves the ring and Uemura follows him out there before eating a bunch of strikes. Ishimori follows up by throwing Uemura into the barricade, Ishimori gets Uemura back in the ring before stomping away on him. Uemura gets up and Ishimori catches him in a kravat before landing a neck breaker for a near fall, Ishimori drags Uemura to the ropes before choking him on the middle rope. Ishimori gets Uemura off the ropes before landing a neck snap for a near fall, Ishimori keeps Uemura down while holding him in a chin lock. Uemura gets free and he nails a charging Ishimori with a drop kick, Uemura follows up by dropping Ishimori with a flying forearm strike and back suplex. Uemura looks for a Boston crab and Ishimori quickly gets to the ropes, Ishimori recovers and he nails Uemura with a handspring enziguri. Ishimori and Uemura exchange a few pin attempts for a few near falls, Uemura then hits Ishimori with a springboard cross body block for a near fall. Uemura looks for his double underhook slam and Ishimori defends before landing a knee strike, Ishimori then hits Uemura with a Bloody Cross before applying the cross face to force a tap out.

Winner: Taiji Ishimori

Ryusuke Taguchi, Satoshi Kojima & Togi Makabe vs. Gabriel Kidd & Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii & Toru Yano)

The match begins with Kidd getting Makabe to the ropes before landing a chop, Kidd gets Makabe in a headlock and Makabe gets free before landing a shoulder block. Makabe then nails Kidd with a slam followed by a few strikes, Kidd backs Makabe into the corner before Yano and Taguchi are tagged in. Yano goes for a turnbuckle pad and he removes it, Taguchi goes for a turnbuckle pad and Yano attacks him from behind. Taguchi fights back and he nails everybody from the opposing team with hip attacks, Yano then gets triple teamed by the opposition. Makabe and Kojima then throw Yano into Taguchi’s behind, Taguchi goes for a seated senton from the middle rope and Yano gets his knees up. Ishii and Kojima are tagged in and they immediately get into a striking exchange, Kojima ends the exchange by dropping Ishii with a shoulder block. Kojima traps Ishii in the corner while landing machinegun chops, Kojima goes to the top rope and he nails Ishii with an elbow drop for a near fall. Ishii recovers and he nails a charging Kojima with a power slam, Kojima fights back and he nails Ishii with a Koji Cutter. Makabe tags in and he throws Ishii into the exposed corner before landing a corner clothesline, Yano hits the ring and he attacks Makabe. Taguchi returns and he takes out members of the opposition with hip attacks, Ishii catches a leaping Taguchi and he lands a release German suplex.

Kidd tags in and he attacks Makabe with shoulder tackles before finally dropping him with one, Makabe and Kidd have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring. Makabe ends the exchange by nailing Kidd with a power slam, Kojima returns to land a double suplex with Makabe onto Kidd for a near fall. Yano interferes and he trips up Makabe before Kidd rolls him up for a near fall, Kidd then gets Makabe in a Boston crab and Makabe gets free before again getting rolled up for a near fall. Makabe recovers and he nails Kidd with a lariat for a near fall, Kidd fights back and Makabe drops him with another lariat followed by a German suplex for a three count.

Winners: Ryusuke Taguchi, Satoshi Kojima & Togi Makabe

Chaos (Hirooki Goto, Yoshi-Hashi & Sho) vs. Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, Bushi & Sanada)

The match begins with Bushi attacking Sho with a kick to the midsection, Sho quickly drops Bushi with a knee strike. Sho catches Bushi in a front headlock before tagging Goto in, Goto and Sho then hit Bushi with a double shoulder tackle. Goto follows up by nailing Bushi with a suplex before applying a chin lock to him, Goto releases the hold just as Naito interferes. A brawl breaks out between both teams and it spills all over the ringside area, Bushi keeps Goto in the ring before landing a neck breaker for a near fall. Sanada tags in and he gets Goto in the Paradise Lock before freeing him with a basement drop kick, Naito tags in and he nails Goto with some strikes. Naito drops Goto before landing a basement drop kick to the back of the neck, Naito holds Goto down until he gets attacked by the opposing team. Goto starts fighting back and he gets attacked from behind by Bushi, Goto fights back and he nails Naito with a ushigoroshi. Yoshi-Hashi tags in and he gets into a striking exchange with Naito, Yoshi-Hashi corners Naito before landing a running chop. Yoshi-Hashi then gets Naito on the top rope before landing a drop kick for a near fall, Yoshi-Hashi looks for a power bomb and Naito escapes to land an enziguri.

Naito looks for a tornado DDT and Yoshi-Hashi blocks it before landing a mule kick, Naito fights back and he nails a charging Yoshi-Hashi with a spine buster. Bushi and Sho are tagged in by their respective partners, Sho and Bushi immediately get into a striking exchange. Sho eventually drops Bushi after landing a series of thrust kicks, Bushi recovers and he nails Sho with a spinning fisherman buster suplex. Sanada tags in and he corners Sho before missing a charge into the corner, Sanada looks for a hurricarana and Sho blocks it before getting attacked by Naito. Sho fights back to hit Naito and Sanada with release German suplexes, Chaos then triples teams a cornered Sanada. Sho then hits Sanada with a spear for a near fall, Sho goes for a power bomb and Sanada escapes before Sho gets triple teamed by LIJ. Sanada gets Sho in Skull End and Sho escapes to look for his finisher, Sho then catches Sanada in a roll up before landing a knee strike. Sanada recovers and he goes for Skull End again to force a tap out.

Winners: Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, Bushi & Sanada)

Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kota Ibushi, Yuji Nagata, Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Master Wato vs. Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki, Taichi, Zack Sabre Jr., Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Douki)

The match begins with Suzuki-Gun jumping their opponents before the bell sounds and the brawl spills all over the place, Nagata and Suzuki keep their striking exchange confined to the ring. Wato tags in and Kanemaru gets the tag as Nagata goes after Suzuki, Douki interferes to attack Wato and that starts another brawl between both teams. Tenzan hits the ring and he nails Kanemaru with a Samoan drop followed by Mongolian chops, Tenzan and Wato double team Kanemaru. Wato drops Kanemaru with a knee strike for a near fall, Kanemaru fights back and he causes Wato to miss a drop kick. Wato is dumped out of the ring and the brawl rages on between both teams, Suzuki and Nagata take turns sending each other into the barricade. Suzuki finds some cables and he chokes a downed Nagata with them, Wato is sent back into the ring and Douki tags in before working him over. Douki sends Wato out of the ring and Kanemaru can nail him with a suplex on the arena floor, Suzuki tags in and he attacks Wato with a variety of kicks. Wato fights back and Suzuki drops him with a boot to the face, Taichi tags in and he distracts the ref so ZSJ can attack Wato. ZSJ and Suzuki interfere to apply a double ankle lock to Wato, Tenzan goes for the save and he gets triple teamed on the arena floor. Taichi gets Wato into the corner while choking him and landing a few strikes, Wato recovers and he nails a charging Taichi with a drop kick.

Tanahashi tags in and he immediately starts cleaning house against the opposing team, Tanahashi lands dragon screw leg whips on Suzuki and Taichi. Ibushi hits the ring to help Tanahashi land a middle rope swanton bomb on Kanemaru and Taichi, Taichi fights back and he drops Tanahashi with a head kick. Ibushi and ZSJ are tagged in by their respective partners, Ibushi quickly gains control after nailing ZSJ with a plethora of strikes. ZSJ recovers and he looks for a rear naked choke on Ibushi, Ibushi gets free and he nails ZSJ with a standing moonsault for a near fall. Another brawl breaks out between both teams and it spills all over the place, ZSJ nails Ibushi in the arm with an overhead kick before tagging Douki in. Douki cracks Ibushi with a lariat for a near fall, Douki then hits Ibushi with a widows peak roll up for another near fall. Ibushi fights back as everybody hits the ring to take each other out, Douki grabs his pipe and Ibushi nails him with a head kick followed by a knee strike for a three count.

Winners: Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kota Ibushi, Yuji Nagata, Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Master Wato

Kazuchika Okada vs. Yujiro Takahashi

The match begins with Takahashi leaving the ring to avoid Okada, Okada follows him out there and he cracks Takahashi with a few strikes. Okada gets Takahashi back into the ring and Takahashi exits it a short time later, Okada again follows him out there to land more strikes. Takahashi recovers and he sends a charging Okada into the barricade, Takahashi waits for Okada to get back in the ring before attacking him with a bunch of strikes. Takahashi keeps Okada down while landing a leg drop followed by a headbutt, Takahashi then applies a chin lock to a downed Okada. Takahashi releases the hold and he nails Okada with a basement drop kick for a near fall, Okada starts fighting back and he exchanges some strikes with Takahashi. Takahashi traps Okada in the ropes before kicking him in the face, Takahashi then hits Okada with The Stroke for a near fall. Okada fights back and he nails Takahashi with a shotgun drop kick, Okada gets up and he attacks Takahashi with some forearm strikes followed by a back elbow strike. Okada corners Takahashi before landing another back elbow strike and a DDT for a near fall, Takahashi tries fighting back and Okada looks for the cobra clutch, Takahashi gets free by biting the hand of Okada and then landing a basement drop kick. Takahashi then hits Okada with a fisherman buster suplex for a near fall, Okada recovers and he nails a charging Takahashi with a flapjack.

Okada and Takahashi both get up before having a striking exchange in the middle of the ring, Okada ends the exchange by nailing Takahashi with a drop kick and tombstone pile driver. Okada gets Takahashi in the cobra clutch and Takahashi makes it to the ropes, Gedo hits the ring to distract Okada and that allows Takahashi to hit him with the pimp cane. Takahashi then hits Okada with a fireman’s carry slam for a near fall, Okada avoids Pimp Juice and Takahashi nails him with a few thrust kicks to the face for a near fall. Takahashi again goes for Pimp Juice and Okada avoids it before eating a lariat for a near fall, Takahashi looks for a power bomb and Okada counters with a cobra clutch. Takahashi gets free again by biting Okada’s hand, Takahashi then cracks a swinging Okada with a short arm clothesline. Takahashi again goes for Pimp Juice and Okada avoids it before landing a drop kick, Okada reapplies the cobra clutch to Takahashi and he releases it to land a tombstone pile driver. Okada gets Takahashi in the cobra clutch again and a tap out follows.

Winner: Kazuchika Okada

NEVER Openweight Championship
Shingo Takagi (c) vs. El Desperado

The match begins with Desperado trying to hit Takagi with a title belt and Takagi avoids it before landing a shoulder tackle, Takagi sends Desperado into the corner afterwards before landing some strikes. Takagi gets Desperado out of the ring and he throws him into the barricade a few times, Desperado fights back and he sends Takagi into the barricade. Desperado follows that up by sending Takagi into the ring post, Desperado then attacks the leg of Takagi before attacking him with a steel chair. Desperado gets Takagi back in the ring and Takagi tries fighting back until Desperado attacks his injured knee, Desperado traps the injured leg of Takagi in the ropes before wrenching away on it. Takagi takes a few swings at Desperado and Desperado nails him with a dragon screw leg whip, Desperado keeps Takagi down while figure fouring his legs. Takagi eventually gets to the ropes to break the hold, Takagi fights back and he drops Desperado with a combination. Takagi finds a way to ground Desperado before landing some elbow strikes, Desperado fights back and he attacks the injured leg of Takagi with a knee strike. Takagi recovers and he attacks Desperado with knee strikes of his own before eating a spine buster, Desperado looks for the horse collar and Takagi gets to the ropes.

Takagi fights back again and he nails Desperado with a corner clothesline, Desperado recovers and he finally gets Takagi in the horse collar until Takagi gets to the ropes. Desperado looks for the Angel’s Wings and Takagi avoids it before landing a DDT, Takagi follows up by dropping Desperado face first on the mat below. Desperado leaves the ring and Takagi follows him out there before eating a few strikes, Desperado distracts the ref before hitting Takagi with the NEVER Openweight Title belt. Desperado gets Takagi back in the ring to hit him with a spear followed by an Angle Slam for a near fall, Desperado gets Takagi back in the horse collar and Takagi gets free again by getting to the ropes. Desperado gets Takagi up before landing a dragon screw leg whip to the injured knee for a near fall, Takagi fights back and a striking exchange breaks out between the two. Takagi ends the exchange by hitting Desperado with Made In Japan for a near fall, Desperado recovers and he catches Takagi in a roll up for a near fall. Desperado then looks for a low blow and Takagi nails him with a few strikes followed by a clothesline. Takagi then hits Desperado with Last Of The Dragon for a three count.

Winner: Shingo Takagi, still the NEVER Openweight Champion

IWGP World Heavyweight Championship
IWGP Intercontinental Championship
Evil (c) vs. Hiromu Takahashi

The match begins with Takahashi nailing Evil with a shotgun drop kick followed by corner clotheslines, Takahashi knocks Evil out of the ring with a second shotgun drop kick. Takahashi leaps off the ring apron to hit Evil with a series of missile drop kicks, Takahashi gets Evil back in the ring and he follows him in there before landing a few strikes. Togo interferes and the distraction allows Evil to throw Takahashi out of the ring, Togo attacks Takahashi while Evil distracts the referee. Evil wraps a chair around the head of Takahashi before hitting it with another chair, Evil removes a turnbuckle pad while Takahashi is on the arena floor. Takahashi gets back in the ring and Evil nails him with a few strikes, Evil then throws Takahashi into the exposed corner a few times. Evil keeps Takahashi downed while applying a chin lock to him, Evil releases the hold before landing a neck breaker on Takahashi for a near fall. Evil drops Takahashi before failing at a senton attempt, Evil still manages to get up first and hit Takahashi with chops. Takahashi recovers to drop Evil and land a basement drop kick, Takahashi follows up by nailing Evil with a hurricarana. Togo looks to interfere and Takahashi takes care of him, Evil goes to the ring apron and Takahashi nails him with a sunset bomb onto Togo.

Takahashi gets Evil back into the ring before sending Togo into the barricade, Takahashi then hits Evil with a falcon arrow for a near fall. Evil fights back and he uses a hair pull to drop Takahashi, Evil follows up by trapping Takahashi in the ropes and landing a stomp. Evil gets Takahashi to the ring apron and Takahashi fights back to hit him with a super kick, Takahashi then hits Evil with a death valley driver onto the ring apron. Takahashi goes to the top rope and Evil meets him up there after some distractions, Takahashi knocks Evil off the ropes before landing a dive onto him and some Young Lions. Takahashi gets Evil back in the ring before landing a Dynamite Plunger for a near fall, Evil gets up and Takahashi attacks him with a plethora of chops. Evil tries to use a ref distraction and Takahashi nails him with another shotgun drop kick, Evil recovers and he suplexes Takahashi into the turnbuckle. Evil follows up by hitting Takahashi with a corner clothesline, Evil gets Takahashi on the top rope and he follows him up there. Evil nails Takahashi with a superplex for a near fall, Evil goes for Everything Is Evil and Takahashi defends before eating a release German suplex. Takahashi gets up and he nails Evil with his own release German suplex, Evil recovers and he lands a ton more release German suplexes on Takahashi.

Takahashi fights back and he sends Evil into the exposed corner, Takahashi then catches Evil in a flying triangle choke. Evil gets free and Takahashi catches him in a roll up for a near fall, Evil gets up and Takahashi attacks him with a bunch of strikes. Takahashi follows up by landing an elevated flat liner on Evil for a near fall, Evil misses a low blow attempt and Takahashi levels him with a lariat for a near fall. Takahashi follows up by nailing Evil with a death valley driver into the corner, Takahashi charges at Evil and he winds up taking the referee out. Togo interferes and he immediately attacks Takahashi, Togo and Evil then hit Takahashi with a Magic Killer. Takahashi fights back and he manages to knock Togo out of the ring, Takahashi then hits Evil with Everything Is Evil. Takahashi follows up by nailing Evil with a death valley driver into the exposed corner, Takahashi then hits Evil with Timebomb #1 for a near fall. Takahashi also nails Evil with Timebomb #2 and Togo gets the referee out of the ring, Togo chokes Takahashi with his nunchuck and Takahashi gets free to drop him. Evil returns and he nails Takahashi with a low blow, Togo goes to choke Takahashi again before leaving the ring. Evil then hits a downed Takahashi with Darkness Falls, Evil connects with Everything Is Evil afterwards for a three count.

Winner: Evil, still the IWGP World Heavyweight Champion & IWGP Intercontinental Champion

After the match, Taiji Ishimori attacks Hiromu Takahashi until Tetsuya Naito makes the save.

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