NOAH results for February 18, 2017

NOAH “The Second Navig.2017”, 2/18/2017 [Sat] 17:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in Fukuoka
402 Spectators

(1) Daisuke Harada vs. Kaito Kiyomiya
Winner: Harada (8:17) with the Katayama German Suplex Hold.
(2) Muhammad Yone vs. Tadasuke (FREE)
Winner: Yone (7:01) following the Kinniku Buster.
~ Harada offered moral support to Tadasuke after the match as he helped him to the back.
(3) Hajime Ohara & Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Akitoshi Saito & Hitoshi Kumano
Winner: Saito (12:02) following the Sickle Death on Ogawa.
~ Kumano dominated Ohara throughout the course of the match as he stood over the broken champion after the match.

(4) GHC Junior Tag Championship Decision Match: Taiji Ishimori & Hi69 (FREE) vs. HAYATA (DOVE) & YO-HEY (FREE)
Winner: Ishimori (22:29) with a 450° Splash on HAYATA.
~ Ishimori & Hi69 become the 30th champions.
~ The new champions have dubbed their team name as “XX”.
~ Harada and Tadasuke came forward to challenge the new champions. Harada’s fixation with the Osaka guys has dubbed the group with an early name of Osaka Gundan (Osaka Army Force).

(5) Masa Kitamiya vs. Atsushi Kotoge
Winner: Kitamiya (18:16) with the Kangokugatame (Prison Lock).
(6) Kenoh vs. Takashi Sugiura
Winner: Sugiura (16:38) following an Olympic Qualifying Slam.
~ Sugiura wins the slugfest against the reinging GHC Tag Champion.
~ Sugiura called out Uchida for the match on 2/24 to be with the belts on the line, but Uchida denied the request.
~ Uchida stated that he would give everyone a chance, but the 2/24 match will be held as non-title as originally announced.

(7) Katsuhiko Nakajima & Naomichi Marufuji vs. Go Shiozaki & Maybach Taniguchi
Winner: Nakajima (20:01) following the Vertical Spike on Taniguchi.
~ Nakajima keeps his win streak alive as he aims to show his absolute strength as the GHC champion.

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