NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 11 Results: Kazuchika Okada/Kenny Omega Headline, 8 Title Matches & The Debut Of Cody

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IWGP Heavyweight Title Match: Kazuchika Okada def. Kenny Omega to retain the title

IWGP Intercontinental Title Match: Tetsuya Naito def. Hiroshi Tanahashi to retain the title

IWGP NEVER Openweight Title Match: Hirooki Goto def. Katsuyori Shibata to win the title

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Hiromu Takahashi def. Kushida to win the title

IWGP Tag Team Title Match: Chaos (Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii) def. Guerillas Of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa) vs. Great Bash Heel (Toamoki Homna & Togi Makabe) to win the titles

ROH World Title Match: Adam Cole def. Kyle O'Reilly to win the title

Cody def. Juice Robinson

IWGP NEVER Openweight 6 Man Tag Team Title Match (Gauntlet Match): Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada) def. Satoshi Kojima, Ricochet & David Finlay, Chaos (Will Ospreay, Jado & Yoshi-Hashi) & Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page & Yujiro Takahashi) to win the titles

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Title Match: RPG Vice (Trent Beretta & Rocky Romero) def. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) to win the titles

Tiger Mask W def. Tiger The Dark


Match By Match Recap

Tiger Mask W vs. Tiger The Dark

The match begins with W locking Dark in a headlock before dropping Dark with a shoulder tackle, Dark and W then exchange some hip tosses. Dark nails W with a kick to the midsection before working him over in the corner, Dark drops a charging W with a drop kick that knocks him out of the ring. Dark follows that up by nailing W with a suicide dive, Dark tosses W in the ring to get a near fall on the pin attempt. Dark picks up W and he assaults him with a few chops that followed by a discus clothesline, W recovers and he drop kicks a charging Dark out of the ring. W nails Dark with a moonsault onto the arena floor, W brings Dark back into the ring for a pin attempt and he gets the two count.

W drops Dark with a series of strikes before eating knee on a standing moonsault attempt, Dark looks for the submission while locking W in the octopus stretch. Dark releases the hold while looking for a tombstone piledriver and he nails it for the near fall, Dark now looks for a double under hook pile driver and W counters him with a German suplex followed by a dragon suplex for a near fall. W then nails Dark with a double under hook tiger driver to get the three count.

Winner: Tiger Mask W

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Title Match: The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) (Champions) vs. RPG Vice (Trent Beretta & Rocky Romero)

The bout kicks off with a four way brawl breaking out between all four competitors in the match, RPG Vice take over by nailing the Bucks with clotheslines and knee strikes. RPG Vice look for suicide dives as the Bucks go out of the ring and the Bucks decide to run up the ramp, RPG Vice follow the Bucks up the ramp and they both eat super kicks for their effort. RPG Vice beats the 20 count into the ring and the Bucks toss Romero out of the ring, Beretta starts fighting back and the Bucks nail him with a double back body drop. Matt then hits Romero with a suicide dive onto the arena floor, Beretta gets to the ring apron and the Bucks knock him to the arena floor with a series of super kicks. Beretta returns to the ring so Matt can mount him and nail him with strikes, Matt taunts Romero and Romero clocks him with a right before eating a super kick.

Matt prepares to go to the top rope and Beretta knocks him to the arena floor, Beretta then clobbers Nick with a tornado DDT. Beretta looks for the tag and the Bucks double team him in the corner, Nick accidentally kicks Matt in the head and Beretta rolls to the arena floor. Beretta causes Nick to accidentally kick Matt a second time before accidentally super kicking a young boy. Romero gets the tag and he starts cleaning house on both of the Bucks, Romero then hits the Bucks with a series of running clotheslines. Romero goes for Sliced Bread and he instead hurricarana’s Matt into Nick, RPG Vice then hit Matt with a double knee strike and then Beretta nails Nick with a suicide dive. RPG Vice hit Matt with a torture rack into a flying knee strike for a near fall, Beretta tags in and RPG Vice go for Strong Zero until Nick counters to help his brother.

The Bucks place Romero on the top rope and look for a souble superplex, Romero knocks both Bucks off the ropes and Matt returns to the top rope. Beretta hits the ring and he suplexes Matt off of the top rope to knock him to the arena floor, Beretta then misses a suicide dive attempt on the Bucks. The Bucks try double teaming Romero and Romero catches them with a double hurricarana, the Bucks recover to nail Romero with a series of double super kicks and knee strikes. The Bucks nail Romero with a power bomb into an enzaguri, the Bucks then hit Romero with a rope assisted 450 splash for a near fall. The Bucks then take turns nailing Romero with super kicks for another near fall, the Bucks then go for More Bang For Your Buck and Romero catches one of them with a roll up from out of nowhere to get the three count.

Winners: RPG Vice, your brand new IWGP Junior Tag Team Champions

IWGP NEVER Openweight 6 Man Tag Team Title Match (Gauntlet Match): Satoshi Kojima, Ricochet & David Finlay (Champions) vs. Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada) vs. Chaos (Will Ospreay, Jado & Yoshi-Hashi) vs. Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page & Yujiro Takahashi)

Part 1: Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page & Yujiro Takahashi) vs. Chaos (Will Ospreay, Jado & Yoshi-Hashi)

The match begins with Bullet Club jumping Chaos before the bell even sounds, Fale battles Yoshi-Hashi in the ring while everybody else fights on the arena floor. Fale misses a charging in the corner and Yoshi-Hashi catches him with a few running clotheslines, Yoshi-Hashi eventually drops Fale with a running clothesline after avoiding the death blow. Takahashi interferes and that allows Fale to knock Yoshi-Hashi onto the arena floor, Page and Takahashi attack Yoshi-Hashi on the arena floor. Takahashi tags in and he nails Yoshi-Hashi with a running leg drop for the near fall, Page tags in and he double teams Yoshi-Hashi with Takahashi. Page then hits Yoshi-Hashi with a leaping DDT for the near fall, Page goes for a suplex and Yoshi-Hashi counters with a neck breaker.

Ospreay gets the tag and he attacks all three members of Bullet Club, Ospreay then takes out all three members of Bullet Club with a suicide dive. Ospreay catches Page with a running shooting star press with a few more splashes to get a near fall, Ospreay then catches Page with a tornado kick to the back of the head. Page recovers and he clobbers a charging Ospreay with a lariat for a near fall, Page gets Ospray on the ring apron and Takahashi interferes as Ospreay was going for a springboard maneuver. Ospreay drops Takahashi and Page with clotheslines before tagging Jado in, Jado locks Takahashi in the cross face and Fale hits the ring to break it up. Fale then drops Yoshi-Hashi and Jado with a double clothesline, Takahashi nails Jado with a low drop kick for a near fall. Page comes in the ring and he catches Ospreay with a suicide dive, Takahashi hits Jado with a DDT to get the three count.

Winners: Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page & Yujiro Takahashi)

Part 2: Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page & Yujiro Takahashi) vs. Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada)

The next part of the match begins with Page jumping Sanada from behind and a brawl breaks out between all the competitors in the match, Fale hits Sanada with a splash for Takahashi to get a near fall on the pin attempt. Page and Takahashi double team Sanada in the ring while everybody else battled on the arena floor, Sanada pushes Takahashi into the referee and Bushi hits Takahashi with a code breaker. Bushi then hits Fale with a suicide dive on the arena floor, Evil then attacks Takahashi with a chair strike while a chair was wrapped around his head. Sanada locks Takahashi in the dragon sleeper to force a submission.

Winners: Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada)

Part 3: Satoshi Kojima, Ricochet & David Finlay (Champions) vs. Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada)

The final part of the match begins with an all out brawl on the arena floor between all six competitors in the match, Ricochet battles Sanada in the ring and Ricochet quickly knocks him out of the ring. Ricochet and Finlay take out all three members of the opposing team with suicide dives, Sanada is then hit with a series of triple team maneuvers by the champions. Finlay goes to the middle rope and Sanada knocks him off before tagging Bushi in, Bushi quickly starts choking Finlay with his shirt. Finlay recovers and he nails Bushi with a leaping European uppercut, Ricochet tags in and he takes out all three members of the opposing team. Ricochet then hits Bushi with a brain buster to get the near fall, Bushi eventually drops Ricochet with a mule kick before tagging Evil in. Kojima gets the tag form his team and he attacks Evil with his patented chops, Kojima then hits Evil with a flying forearm strike.

Sanada attacks Kojima from behind by kicking him directly in the balls, Evil catches Kojima with a lariat for a two count. Evil looks for the STO and Kojima counters with a DDT before Ricochet hits the ring again, Finlay tosses Sanada onto the knees of a flying Ricochet. Evil launches Ricochet in the air andBushi catches him with a double knee strike, Sanada then hits Finlay with a springboard drop kick. Kojima hits the ring and he nails Evil with the ace crusher, Kojima then cracks Evil with a lariat and Sanada interrupts the pin attempts. Kojima then catches Sanada with a brain buster, Bushi interferes and he sprays the mist into Kojima’s eyes. Evil then hits Kojima with a modified tiger bomb and the STO to get the three count.

Winners: Los Ingobernables (Evil, Bushi & Sanada), your brand new IWGP NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions

More action on Page Two...

Juice Robinson vs. Cody

The match begins with Cody immediately working over the arm of Robinson, Robinson briefly holds Cody in the headlock and Cody launches him to the arena floor. Cody goes for a double jump maneuver on the arena floor, but Robinson catches him and nails him with an overhead release suplex into the barricade. Robinson then nails a seated Cody with a cannonball on the arena floor, Robinson tosses Cody into the ring before going to the top rope. Robinson misses a dive and he quickly recovers to pop Cody with jabs, Cody gets angry and he hits Robinson with an Alabama slam for a near fall. Cody traps Robinson in the ropes before stomping on his hurt knee, Robinson rests on the middle rope and Cody kicks the ropes into his face.

Cody places Robinson in the corner before attacking him with a few slaps to the face, Robinson tries fighting back and Cody drops kicks him in his injured knee. Robinson starts fighting back again by nailing Cody with jabs and chops, Robinson eventually drops Cody with a drop kick. Cody goes to the corner and Robinson nails him with a few running clotheslines, Robinson then hits Cody with a fireman’s carry into a gut buster for a near fall. Cody escapes a suplex from Robinson and he crushes him with a chop block to his injured knee, Robinson fights back by clobbering Cody with a punch to the face.

Robinson then goes to the top rope and he goes for a high cross body, but Cody rolls through and he locks Robinson in the trailer hitch until Robinson gets to the ropes. Robinson rolls to the ring apron and Cody throws him into the ring post, Cody then hits Robinson with the Beautiful Disaster. Cody then hits Robinson with a rope assisted DDT to get another near fall, Cody goes for Cross Rhodes and Robinson nails him with a lariat for a two count. Robinson goes for a power bomb and his knee goes out on him, Cody catches Robinson with Cross Rhodes to get a three count.

Winner: Cody

ROH World Title Match: Kyle O’Reilly (Champion) vs. Adam Cole

The bout kicks off with Cole spitting in the face of O’Reilly before they exchange forearm strikes, O’Reilly quickly catches Cole with an arm bar and Cole gets to the ropes. O’Reilly starts working over the arm of Cole, but then O’Reilly misses a charge into the corner and Cole kicks him several times. O’Reilly starts looking for the rear naked choke and Cole avoids it each time, Cole then sends O’Reilly to the arena floor. Cole grabs a chair and he smashes it into the shoulder of O’Reilly, O’Reilly gets back into the ring and Cole focuses on his arm. Cole then crushes O’Reilly with a hard Irish whip into the corner, O’Reilly starts fighting back by having a forearm striking exchange with Cole.

O’Reilly then drops a charging Cole with a knee strike to the midsection, O’Reilly then attacks Cole with more strikes until Cole goes down. O’Reilly then hits Cole with a running forearm strike in the corner, O’Reilly trips up Cole before wrenching on his ankle. Cole gets to the ropes to break the hold and O’Reilly starts kicking him in the legs as well, Cole goes for a super kick and O’Reilly counters by nailing him with more kicks followed by knee strikes. Cole recovers by nailing O’Reilly with a super kick followed by the Last Shot for a near fall, Cole and O’Reilly stand in the center of the ring while exchange forearm strikes followed by boots to their faces until they both go down. O’Reilly gets up first and he attacks Cole with a flurry of kicks to the face, O’Reilly then drops Cole with a roaring forearm strike to the head.

O’Reilly follows that up by nailing Cole with a brain buster for a near fall, O’Reilly then locks Cole in the arm bar and Cole breaks free after kicking O’Reilly. Cole then attacks the injured shoulder of O’Reilly by stomping on it several times, Cole goes for a suplex and O’Reilly escapes to nail him with a German suplex. Cole recovers quickly by nailing O’Reilly with a boot to the face for a near fall, Cole then hits O’Reilly with a shining wizard followed by the Last Shot for a near fall. Cole goes for a super kick and O’Reilly counters with an ankle lock, Cole escapes to nail O’Reilly with a series of super kicks and another Last Shot to get the three count.

Winner: Adam Cole, your new ROH World Champion

IWGP Tag Team Title Match: Guerillas Of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tonga Roa) (Champions) vs. Great Bash Heel (Toamoki Homna & Togi Makabe) vs. Chaos (Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii)

The match begins with Yano getting jumped by the Guerillas Of Destiny on the arena floor, Great Bash Heel and the Guerillas Of Destiny quadruple team Yano in the ring as well. Guerillas then hit Yano with a double shoulder tackle that knocks him back to the arena floor, Homna then works over Roa in the ring before missing a headbutt. Roa then attacks Homna with a series of elbow strikes and punches, Roa follows that up by nailing Homna with a power slam. Yano tags in and he quickly removes the turnbuckle pad before tossing Homna into the exposed corner a few times, Ishii tags in and he attacks Homna with strikes in the corner.

Ishii then catches Homna with a suplex for a near fall before tagging Yano back in, Yano gets hit by Homna and he instantly tags Tama in. Tama accidentally hits Roa as he was holding Homna, Homna then drops Tama with a suplex as Chaos interferes in the match. Homna throws Yano into the exposed turnbuckle before tagging Makabe into the match, Makabe then cleans house on all of the opponents in the match. Makabe then takes out both members of Chaos with a spear, Makabe follows that up by dropping the Guerrillas with some clotheslines. Homna and Makabe mount the Guerillas in the corner while attacking them with strikes, Homna and Makabe nail both members of the Guerillas with northern lights suplexes for near falls. Tama knocks Homna out of the ring before catching Makabe with a DDT, Homna tags his partner in and he assaults Roa with chops.

Homna then drops Roa before he finally nails him with a falling headbutt, Roa stops Homna and he looks for a power bomb and Homna counters by nailing him with an x-factor. Ishii hits the ring and he levels Homna and Roa with clotheslines, Roa recovers and he plants Ishii in the corner as Tama works over Yano on the opposite side of the ring. The Guerillas hit Homna with a double power bomb to get a near fall, Guerrillas set up for the Magoc Killer and Makabe interferes to break the hold. Makabe then drops both of the Guerrillas with clotheslines, Makabe and Homna then attack Roa with a clothesline followed by a diving headbutt for a near fall. Makabe clobbers Roa with a power bomb and Homna hits him with a falling headbutt for another near fall, Homna then takes out an interfering Ishii before Tama catches him with a gun stun.

The Guerrillas then hit Makabe with Guerrilla Warfare to send him out of the ring, the Guerrillas try hitting Homna with Guerrilla Warfare and Yano tags Homna to enter the match. Ishii hits the ring and he attacks the Guerrillas with clotheslines after a low blow from Yano, Yano rolls up Tama to get the three count.

Winners: Chaos (Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii), your brand new IWGP Tag Team Champions

The action will be moving to Page Three...

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Kushida (Champion) vs. Hiromu Takahashi

The match begins with Takahashi attacking Kushida as he entered the ring and he knocks him right to the arena floor, Takahashi goes to the top rope and Kushida knocks him off and onto the arena floor. Kushida then dives off the top rope and he lands on Takahashi, Kushida brings Takahashi into the ring and he focuses on his shoulder. Kushida bends the arm of Takahashi before stomping on it, Kushida then starts wrenching on the injured arm of Takahashi. Kushida brings Takahashi into the corner before attacking him with a series of strikes, Takahashi and Kushida go through a series of reversals until Takahashi power bombs him on the arena floor. Kushida eventually makes it back into the ring and Takahashi stomps on him a few times, Takahashi then crushes Kushida’s head between his foot and the ropes. Takahashi follows that up by cracking Kushida with a super kick for a near fall, Kushida starts fighting back and he plants Takahashi face first into the turnbuckle pad.

Kushida then drops Takahashi with a series of strikes before drop kicking him right in the face, Takahashi gets to his knees and Kushida attacks him with a series of kicks. Kushida keeps the momentum going by cracking Takahashi with a handspring elbow strike, Kushida goes for the Hoverboard Lock and Takahashi counters with a release German suplex. Takahashi goes for a top rope hurricarana and Kushida grabs the ropes to cause both men to crash on the ring mat, Kushida rolls to the arena floor and Takahashi nails him with top rope senton bomb. Kushida gets back in the ring and Takahashi catches him with a top rope double knee strike to get a near fall, Kushida is finally able to slow Takahashi down by nailing him with a bicycle kick to the head. Takahashi looks for another power bomb on the arena floor and Kushida escapes, Takahashi goes for a follow up dive and Kushida catches him in an arm bar on the arena floor. Kushida tosses Takahashi into the ring and he attacks him with a few kicks, Kushida then kicks a downed Takahashi in the arm before locking in the Hoverboard Lock.

Takahashi looks to counter and Kushida counters himself with a roll up for a near fall, Kushida again applies the Hoverboard Lock on Takahashi before nailing him with an elbow strike followed by a kick to the face. Kushida looks to apply the Hoverboard Lock again, but he releases it before both men drop each other with punches. Takahashi then launches a charging Kushida into the corner via an overhead belly to belly suplex, Takahashi then places Kushida on the top rope and he follows him up there. Kushida looks to apply the Hoverboard Lock from the top rope and Takahashi counters with a top rope victory roll for a near fall, Takahashi then nails Kushida with a death valley driver into the turnbuckle. Takahashi then nails Kushida with his finisher to score the three count.

Winner: Hiromu Takahashi, your new IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion

IWGP NEVER Openweight Title Match: Katsuyori Shibata (Champion) vs. Hirooki Goto

The match begins with Shibata nailing Goto with a few kicks, the wrestlers go through a series of reversals with it ending after Shibata slaps Goto. Goto tries slowing things down by applying the headlock to Shibata, Shibata breaks free and he tries kicking Goto in the face. Shibata grabs the arm of Goto and he starts wrenching away on it, Shibata bends the arm of Goto before stomping away on it. Goto rolls to the ringside area and Shibata applies a sleeper hold on him, Goto falls to a seated position and Shibata kicks him in the back to knock him on the arena floor. Shibata follows Goto to the arena floor and he simply tosses him back into the ring, Shibata then starts to just stomp on the arm of Goto.

Shibata applies the modified arm bar to a downed Goto, Shibata releases the hold before just kicking Goto right in the back again. Shibata then just kicks away at the face of a downed Goto, Goto recovers and he cracks Shibata with a lariat. Goto then cracks Shibata with a series of forearm strikes, but Shibata recovers and he nails Goto with forearm strikes. Goto responds by cracking Shibata with a spinning heel kick and a Saito suplex, Goto decides to go to the top rope and he crashes on a downed Shibata to get a near fall. Goto gets up and he attacks Shibata with more kicks to the chest, Goto continues to kick an angry Shibata in the chest until Shibata nails him with a hard forearm strike. Shibata then tosses Goto in the corner before nailing him with a series of kicks, Shibata the attacks Goto with a drop kick in the corner.

Shibata follows that up with a head and arm suplex for a near fall, Shibata picks up Goto and applies the abdominal stretch to him. Shibata releases the hold before nailing Goto with a belly to back suplex, Goto gets mad and he attacks Shibata with some running clotheslines. Goto and Shibata then exchange a series of suplexes, Goto then cracks Shibata with a modified back breaker that puts both competitors down. Goto follows that up by nailing Shibata with a knee strike to the face, Shibata catches a kick from Goto and he nails him with a German suplex. Goto gets up and he nails Shibata with a clothesline, Goto goes for another and Shibata counters with an STO. The wrestlers get to their knees and they exchange a plethora of strikes as they continue to their feet, Shibata escapes a hold from Goto to lock him in the sleeper hold.

Shibata releases the sleeper hold to kick away at Goto and then he applies the sleeper hold again, Shibata turns it into a rear naked choke as he drags Goto to the ground. Goto struggles and he eventually breaks the hold by getting to the ropes, Shibata gets angry and he takes out the referee. Goto recovers and he attacks Shibata with headbutts before eating a kick to the head, Goto catches a charging Shibata with nail him with a fireman’s carry back breaker. Goto looks for a GTR and he crushes Shibata with a suplex into an STO for a near fall, Goto then kicks a downed Shibata before both stand up and exchange every strike imaginable. Goto nails Shibata with a headbutt before slamming his head into his knee, Goto crushes Shibata with a GTO to get the three count.

Winner: Hirooki Goto, your new IWGP NEVER Openweight Champion

The last two matches will be covered on Page Four...

IWGP Intercontinental Title Match: Tetsuya Naito (Champion) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi

The match begins with both competitors taunting each other, Tanahashi backs Naito into the corner before punching him in the midsection a few times. Naito then kicks a charging Tanahashi in the head before knocking him to the arena floor, Tanahashi returns to the ring and Naito kicks him a few times before applying a headlock. Tanahashi escapes and he applies a headlock of his own on Naito, Tanahashi releases it before nailing Naito with a drop kick. Tanahashi backs Naito to the corner while nailing him with forearm strikes, Tanahashi looks for a springboard move and Naito drops kicks his legs. Naito starts stomping on the knees of a downed Tanahashi, Naito traps the leg of Tanahashi on the top rope while attacking the knee again.

Naito drops Tanahashi before nailing him with a slingshot drop kick, Naito starts smashing the knee of Tanahashi on the ring mat below. Tanahashi tries fighting back and Naito rakes his eyes before nailing him with a drop kick, Naito follows that up by a drop kick to the injured knee of Tanahashi that is followed up by a figure four leg lock. Tanahashi eventually gets to the ropes in order to break the submission hold, Naito works on the injured knee of Tanahashi further before kicking him in the head a few times. Tanahashi gets to his feet and he starts a striking exchange with Naito, Naito eventually drop kicks Tanahashi in his injured knee again. Tanahashi fights back again and he eventually drops Naito with a flying forearm strike, Tanahashi then backs Naito into the corner with strikes before slamming him.

Tanahashi follows that up by catching Naito with a swanton bomb for a near fall, Tanahashi misses a drop kick attempts and Naito nails him in his injured knee. Naito decides to charge at Tanahashi and Tanahashi cracks him with a drop kick to his knees, Naito spits at Tanahashi and Tanahashi responds by trapping Naito in the ropes before landing a dragon screw leg whip. The wrestlers both stand up on the ring apron and Tanahashi nails Naito with a sling blade that knocks him to the arena floor, Tanahashi goes to the top rope and he nails Naito with a High Fly Flow that sends both crashing to the arena floor. Tanahashi eventually throws Naito back into the ring while mocking him, Tanahashi goes to the top rope and Naito crotches him after hitting the ropes.

Tanahashi remains on the top rope and Naito follows him up there before nailing him with a top rope hurricarana, naito then hits Tanahashi with a German suplex for a near fall. Naito then cracks a dazed Tanahashi with a flying forearm strike thats followed by a pump handle side suplex for a near fall, Naito and Tanahashi then exchnage drop kicks to their injured knees. Naito regains control by locking Tanahashi in a modified ankle lock, Tanahashi fights back and he eventually locks Naito in a Texas cloverleaf until Naito gets to the ropes. Tanahashi then goes right back to attacking Naito with a dragon screw leg whip and a few sling blades for a near fall, Tanahashi goes to the top rope and he hits Naito with a High Fly Flow. Tanahashi goes back to the top rope and he misses the next High Fly Flow attempt, Naito then cracks Tanahashi with Destino.

Tanahashi counters the next Destino attempt by nailing him with a spinning neck breaker, the wrestlers get back to their feet and they start exchanging forearm strikes. The wrestlers change up their plans by taking turns kicking each other in their hurt knees, Naito then hits Tanahashi with a drop kick to the knees. Tanahashi recovers and he hits Naito with a dragon suplex for a near fall, Tanahashi follows that up by hitting Naito with a High Fly Flow. Naito gets his knees up on the next High Fly Flow attempt from Tanahashi, Naito then cracks Tanahashi with an enzaguri before going to the middle rope. Naito cracks Tanahashi with a super Destino to get another near fall, Naito follows that up by nailing Tanahashi with another Destino for the win.

Winner: Tetsuya Naito, still your IWGP Intercontinental Champion

IWGP Heavyweight Title Match: Kazuchika Okada (Champion) vs. Kenny Omega

The main event begins with Omega working over the arm of Okada, Omega looks for the arm bar and Okada easily escapes to apply a headlock. Omega escapes and he cracks Okada with some elbow strikes to the back of his neck, Okada fights back and Omega nails him with a knee strike before applying a headlock of his own. Okada eventually breaks free and both wrestlers roll the other up for near falls, Okada catches Omega with a few arm drags before working over his arm. Okada taunts Omega for a short time before dropping him with a shoulder tackle, Omega fights back and he nearly catches Okada with a One Winged Angel. Omega then slaps Okada after escaping a Rainmaker attempt, Omega rolls to the arena floor to catch his breath.

Okada eventually follows Omega out of the ring, but then they return to the ring and Okada catches Omega with a knee strike to the midsection. Okada drops Omega before nailing him with a drop kick to the face, Omega rolls out of the ring again and Okada tosses him into the barricade. Okada follows that up by catching Omega with a barricade assisted DDT on the arena floor, Okada goes under the ring and he brings a table out. Okada drops the table before Omega nails him with a few strikes, Okada recovers and he tosses Omega over the first set of barricades. Okada then dives over the barricade and he lands on Omega, Okada tosses Omega back into the ring and he attacks him with strikes in the corner. Okada slams Omega before catching him with a slingshot swanton bomb, Okada slows things down further by holding Omega in a chin lock.

Omega tries fighting back and Okada plants him with a neck breaker for a near fall, Omega fights back again and he eventually drops Okada with a bulldog. Omega gets up and he starts to stomp on a downed Okada, Omega picks up Okada and he pounces on him with a few chops. Omega starts attacking the lower back of Okada with some forearm strikes, Omega misses an elbow attempt and then Okada misses the follow up senton bomb. Omega quickly goes back to attacking Okada with forearm strikes to the lower back, Okada fights back again and Omega drops him with a knee strike to the midsection. Okada then kicks Omega in the face before eating a hurricarana that knocks him to the arena floor, Omega then takes out Okada with a suicide dive.

Omega follows that up by dropping Okada back first along the ringside edge, Okada gets back in the ring and Omega nails him with a missile drop kick to the back of the head for a near fall. Omega slows things down a little bit by holding Okada in the camel clutch, Omega releases the hold so he can attack Okada with a few more strikes to the head. Okada catches Omega with a suplex from out of nowhere to catch a breather, Okada then drops Omega a few times with some forearm strikes and a running elbow strike. Okada follows that up with a flying elbow strike and a DDT on Omega, Okada then catches Omega with a running European uppercut for a near fall. Omega starts fighting back and Okada catches him with a flapjack, Okada then locks Omega in the STF until Omega reaches the ropes. Okada goes up to the top rope and he leaps off after Omega charges, Okada then hits Omega with an emerald fusion neck breaker.

Okada decides to go back to the top rope and Omega gets his knees up when Okada dives, Omega follows that up by catching Okada with a pump handle back breaker. Okada rolls out of the ring and Omega nails him with a baseball slide that sends him over the first barricade, Omega then hits Okada with a top rope moonsault and both crash hard on the arena floor. Omega waits for Okada to come near the ring before placing a table on top of him, Omega then hits Okada with a double stomp with that table on top of him. Omega throws Okada into the ring and he nails him with a power bomb for a near fall, Omega then hits Okada with a dead lift tiger bomb for another near fall. The Young Bucks set up a table at ringside as Omega drags Okada out of the ring, Okada rolls back into the ring as Omega argues with the referee.

Omega then plasters Okada with a hard Irish whip into the corner, Okada catches a charging Omega with a few boots to the face. Omega recovers by hitting Okada with a fireman’s carry roll into a moonsault for the near fall, Okada then places Omega on the top rope and he drop kicks him to the arena floor. Okada gets Omega and he tries putting him through the table at ringside, Omega escapes and he attempts the same to Okada until both fall back into the ring. Omega then hits Okada with a few chops, Omega charges and Okada back body drops him out of the ring and through the table on the arena floor. Okada goes out of the ring and he brings Omega back into the ring, Okada then clobbers Omega with a top rope missile drop kick for a near fall. Okada follows that up by nailing Omega with a top rope elbow drop, Okada goes for the Rainmaker and Omega gets to the ropes.

Okada decides to just attack Omega with strikes before attempting another Rainmaker, Omega tries fighting back until his back goes out on him. Omega eventually places Okada on the top rope and he follows him up there, Okada knocks Omega off the the ropes and Omega quickly goes back up. Omega then destroys Okada with a dragon suplex from the top rope for another near fall, Omega hits Okada with a suplex into a neck breaker. Omega goes for a running knee strike and Okada counters by nailing him with a German suplex, Omega avoids the Rainmaker to nail Okada with a knee strike. Okada recovers and nails a charging Omega with a drop kick, Omega avoids another Rainmaker and before nailing Okada with a reverse hurricarana.

Omega then hits a downed Okada with a running knee strike, Okada escapes a One Winged Angel to hit Omega with a tombstone pile driver. Okada then clobbers Omega with the Rainmaker to get a near fall, Okada goes after Omega and Omega defends himself by throwing a few punches. Omega then decides to rake the eyes of Okada, Okada makes him pay by destroying him with a running drop kick. Okada looks for another tombstone pile driver and Omega counters into a modified tombstone pile driver for another near fall, the wrestlers get to their knees and they exchange a ton of strikes. The wrestlers also make their way to their feet while exchanging more blows, Omega then catches Okada with a dragon suplex followed by a running knee strike for a two count. Omega then hits Okada with more running knee strikes and Okada escapes a One Winged Angel, Okada quickly hits Omega with another Rainmaker and both are down.

Okada sets up for another Rainmaker and Omega kicks him in the head a bunch of times, Okada eventually nails Omega with another Rainmaker. Okada sets up for another Rainmaker and Omega counters by catching him with a drop kick, Omega then destroys Okada with a Rainmaker knee strike. Omega goes for the One Winged Angel and Okada counters with a tombstone pile driver followed by the Rainmaker to score a three count.

Winner: Kazuchika Okada, still your IWGP Heavyweight Champion

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