AJPW results for February 14, 2017

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Valentine’s Day Special ~ Give Me Choco Night”, 2/14/2017 [Tue] 18:30 @ Utsunomiya City Tochigi Prefectural Cultural Center, Sub-Hall
305 Spectators

(1) Yuma Aoyagi vs. Yusuke Okada
Winner: Aoyagi (6:35) following a Backdrop.
(2) Special Tag Match: Jun Akiyama & Naoshi Sano (Sano-Damashii) vs. Takao Omori & Fuminori Abe (Sportiva)
Winner: Akiyama (9:27) following an Exploder on Abe.
(3) Special Single Match: Yohei Nakajima vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue (FREE)
Winner: Nakanoue (9:48) following a Diving Elbow Drop.
~ Nakanoue stated that he would welcome the chance to compete in All Japan again in the future.
(4) Jr. League Special: Atsushi Aoki, Minoru Tanaka (FREE), Kazuhiro Tamura (HEAT-UP) & Masashi Takeda (U-FILE) vs. Koji Iwamoto, Keisuke Ishii (DDT), Hikaru Sato (Pancrase MISSION) & Atsushi Maruyama (FREE)
Winner: Aoki (15:54) with a Cross Armbar on Iwamoto.
~ Aoki with the early win as the juniors head into the Jr. League on 2/17. Aoki stated that he aims to win and reclaim the junior belt from Keisuke.
(5)  Special Single Match ~ All Japan vs Big Japan: Suwama vs. Takuya Nomura
Winner: Suwama (11:15) following a Last Ride.
~ Takuya put up an effort against the vetern, but ultimaely succummed to defeat.
(6) Special 6 Man Tag Match ~ All Japan vs Big Japan: Kento Miyahara, Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani, Daichi Hashimoto & Kazumi Kikuta
Winner: Miyahara (21:22) with a German Suplex Hold on Kikuta.
~ Miyahara with yet another win as his goal to achieve the 5-Crown remains strong.

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