NJPW G1 Climax 32- Night 12 Live Results(8/6) Takagi Vs. Ospreay, O-Khan Vs. Switchblade, More

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Tama Tonga, Tomohiro Ishii, David Finlay & Ryohei Oiwa vs. Bullet Club (SHO, EVIL, Chase Owens & Yujiro Takahashi)

Bullet Club withstands the assault from Ishii and Finlay and Tonga, isolating Oiwa. Shenanigans aplenty, and SHO traps Oiwa in an armbar for the win in 8:47.

Winners: Bullet Club (SHO, EVIL, Chase Owens & Yujiro Takahashi)

Team Filthy (Royce Isaacs & Tom Lawlor) vs. United Empire (Jeff Cobb & Aaron Henare)

Lawlor outwrestles Cobb to start. Cobb comes back and makes Lawlor pay. Henare tags in, Isaacs tags in. Isaacs brings a hotheaded fight to Henare who withstands it and drills Isaacs with Streets of Rage for the pinfall in 9:33.

Winners: United Empire (Jeff Cobb & Aaron Henare)

Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, BUSHI & SANADA) vs. Bullet Club (KENTA, Bad Luck Fale & Juice Robinson)

Bullet Club are quick to isolate Naito and SANADA, leaving BUSHI to fend for himself. BUSHI fights back to little avail and falls to Pulp Friction from Juice in 7:16.

Winners: Bullet Club (KENTA, Bad Luck Fale & Juice Robinson)

Kazuchika Okada & Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. TMDK (Jonah & Bad Dude Tito)

Jonah and Okada size each other up before their eventual clash. Much like Isaacs earlier, Tito comes in with a head full of steam, and Tanahashi takes advantage. Tanahashi unleashes on Tito and hits High Fly Flow for the pinfall in 8:40.

Winners: Kazuchika Okada & Hiroshi Tanahashi

There is a brief intermission.

D Block: YOSHI-HASHI (2) vs. El Phantasmo (2)

A wild back and forth contest. Both men came into this match with a chip on their shoulder and something to prove. YOSHI-HASHI gets desperate in the face of Phantasmo’s underhanded assault and has to go to the top rope. Kumaguroshi gets a nearfall for YOSHI-HASHI and Phantasmo hits Thunder Kiss 86 for a nearfall. YOSHI-HASHI gets his wind back and hits Karma for the win in 15:45.

Winner: YOSHI-HASHI (4)

A Block: Toru Yano (2) vs. Lance Archer (2)

Yano tries every Yano like tactic in the book, even tries to tape Lance Archer into a countout situation, but it backfires and Yano nearly ends up counted out when a carefully placed pair of scissors prove ineffective. Yano gets absolutely destroyed by the bigger Archer who hits Blackout for the pinfall in 9:14.

Winner: Lance Archer (4)

C Block: Hirooki Goto (4) vs. Zack Saber Jr. (4)

Goto and Saber both bring vicious strikes and some inventive submissions. Saber is not used to a wrestler as adaptable as Goto, and it leaves him shaken a bit. Goto uses his strength to overpower Sabre’s glue-like defense, shaking off the slinky wrestler and slamming him with such moves like the GYW.

Goto goes to the well once too often and Saber begins to wear down the limbs, earning a submission in 17:31.

Winner: Zack Saber Jr. (6)

B Block: Great-O-Khan (2) vs. Jay White (6)

Great-O-Khan gets his leg absolutely destroyed by Jay White. A series of dragon screws and reverse figure fours nearly tear the limb apart. O-Khan fires back with occasional counters, belly to belly suplexes and the like, but White is simply too voracious to keep at bay. O-Khan locks in the Sheep Killer but White finds a way out. O-Khan locks in an Iron Claw for the Eliminator but White counters with Bladerunner for the pinfall in 18:14.

Winner: Jay White (8)

D Block: Shingo Takagi (2) vs. Will Ospreay (4)

Takagi and Ospreay bring their usual flair. When they aren’t trading stiff strikes, they’re stealing each other’s moves. Shingo pulls out an OsCutter, Ospreay hits a Death Valley Driver. Ospreay even hits a version of Made In Japan called Made In England. Ospreay’s desperation gets the better of him, he can’t capitalize on Shingo the way he needs to. Before he can get any real momentum, Shingo catches him on his shoulders and hits Last of the Dragon for the pinfall in 21:55.

Winner: Shingo Takagi (4)

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