NOAH results for January 16, 2017

Pro Wrestling NOAH “The First Navigation 2017”, 1/16/2017 [Mon] 18:30 @ Tokorozawa Citizen Gymnasium, Sub-Arena in Saitama

(1) Daisuke Harada vs. YO-HEY (FREE)
Winner: Harada (7:27) with the Katayama German Suplex Hold.
~ Harada mentioned that the door is open for YO-HEY to compete in the junior division if he so desires.
(2) Taiji Ishimori vs. Tadasuke (FREE)
Winner: Ishimori (9:14) with a 450° Splash.
(3) Hi69 (FREE) vs. HAYATA (DOVE)
Winner: Hi69 (9:56) with a Stuka Splash.
(4) Hajime Ohara vs. Rionne Fujiwara (FREE)
Winner: Ohara (9:26) with the Muy Bien.
~ Harada came out and grabbed Ohara’s GHC Junior belt after the match and delayed handing the belt to the champion. Harada pointed that it will be his belt come 1/21, but Ohara respectfully showed that he himself is the rightful champion.
(5) Muhammad Yone & Masa Kitamiya vs. Yoshinari Ogawa & Hitoshi Kumano
Winner: Kitamiya (13:03) with the Kangokugatame (Prison Lock) on Kumano.
(6) Naomichi Marufuji & Atsushi Kotoge vs. Takashi Sugiura & Kaito Kiyomiya
Winner: Kotoge (17:42) following the Kill Switch on Kiyomiya.
~ Marufuji questioned whether or not Kiyomiya could become stronger under Sugiura. Though Sugiura does appear to becoming protective of his new pupil.
(7) Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kenoh vs. Go Shiozaki & Maybach Taniguchi
Winner: Shiozaki (16:28) following a Short Range Gowan Lariat on Kenoh.
~ Kitamiya came out to try and help up Kenoh, while the GHC Tag champions showed that they will defend the belts against the challengers on 1/21.

NOAH Event Cards for January & February 2017

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