AJPW results for April 29, 2017

AJPW “2017 Champion Carnival ~ 45th Anniversary Series”, 4/29/2017 [Sat] 18:00 @ Marina Hop in Hiroshima
509 Spectators (overcrowded)

(1) Jun Akiyama, KAI (FREE) & Yohei Nakajima vs. The Bodyguard (FREE), Ultimo Dragon & Koji Iwamoto
Winner: Bodyguard (10:27) with the Bounce on Yohei.
(2) Kento Miyahara, Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura vs. Atsushi Aoki, Hikaru Sato & Rey Paloma (Dove)
Winner: Miyahara (14:08) following the Blackout on Paloma.
~ Black Tiger VII sent a message that he wants to challenge Hikaru for the World Junior belt. Hikaru did not deny the challenge though he stated that he will consider it.

(3) B BLOCK: Naoya Nomura vs. Kengo Mashimo
Winner: Mashimo (6:49) with the Mudo.
~ Mashimo [3 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss = 8 points]
~ Daichi [2 wins, 4 losses = 4 points]
~ Nomura [2 wins, 4 losses = 4 points]

(4) B BLOCK: Suwama vs. Daichi Hashimoto
Winner: Suwama (6:14) following a Last Ride.
~ Suwama [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Daichi [2 wins, 4 losses = 4 points]

(5) A BLOCK: Joe Doering vs. Ryoji Sai
Winner: Doering (6:22) with the Revolution Bomb.
~ Doering claims the top spot for the A BLOCK.
~ Doering [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Sai [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]

(6) A BLOCK: Zeus vs. Daisuke Sekimoto
Winner: Zeus (11:27) with a Jackhammer.
~ Zeus [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ Sekimoto [3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses = 7 points]

(7) B BLOCK: Takao Omori vs. Shuji Ishikawa
Winner: Ishikawa (16:37) with a Splash Mountain.
~ Ishikawa secures the B BLOCK top spot.
~ Ishikawa [4 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 9 points]
~ Omori [1 win, 1 draw, 4 losses = 3 points]

~ Ishikawa and Doering move on to the final match. A match that is being dubbed a Japan vs. US Monster Battle.

~ Tomorrow’s show looks as follows…

AJPW “2017 Champion Carnival ~ 45th Anniversary Series”, 4/30/2017 [Sun] 16:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in Fukuoka

(1) Yuma Aoyagi vs. Yusuke Okada
(2) Atsushi Aoki vs. Koji Niizumi [Kageki]
(3) Yohei Nakajima & Koji Iwamoto vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & KING [Kageki]
(4) Jun Akiyama & Daichi Hashimoto [BJW] vs. Suwama & Hikaru Sato
(5) Champion Carnival Special Tag Match: Takao Omori & The Bodyguard vs. Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura
(6) Champion Carnival Special 6 Man Tag Match: Kento Miyahara, Daisuke Sekimoto [BJW] & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] vs. Zeus, Ryoji Sai [LAND’S END] & KAI [FREE]

(7) 2017 Champion Carnival Final Match: [A BLOCK #1] Joe Doering vs. [B BLOCK #1] Shuji Ishikawa (FREE)

Final Standings

A BLOCK

~ Doering [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Miyahara [3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses = 7 points]
~ Sekimoto [3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses = 7 points]
~ Sai [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ KAI [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ Zeus [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ Lee [1 win, 5 losses = 2 points]

B BLOCK

~ Ishikawa [4 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 9 points]
~ Suwama [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Mashimo [3 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss = 8 points]
~ Bodyguard [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ Daichi [2 wins, 4 losses = 4 points]
~ Nomura [2 wins, 4 losses = 4 points]
~ Omori [1 win, 1 draw, 4 losses = 3 points]

AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2017

Previous Days Results

~ 4/16 – Day 1 [RESULTS]
~ 4/18 – Day 2 [RESULTS]
~ 4/19 – Day 3 [RESULTS]
~ 4/20 – Day 4 [RESULTS]
~ 4/22 – Day 5 [RESULTS]
~ 4/23 – Day 6 [RESULTS]
~ 4/25 – Day 7 [RESULTS]
~ 4/26 – Day 8 [RESULTS]
~ 4/28 – Day 9 [RESULTS]
~ 4/29 – Day 10 * above
~ 4/30 – Day 11 Final

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I have been following Japanese Pro Wrestling for 20 years now and I have also been doing some form of covering it either in news or results for nearly 15 years as well. I got my start in promotions like AJPW, NJPW, FMW and Michinoku Pro. With All Japan being my go to promotion till this very day. Throughout the years I have followed All Japan more closely than any of the others out there, and thus I have taken it upon myself to keep people informed with what is happening all throughout sport in Japan. If it does not appear on the news feed I either do not follow it closely enough to relate the information or it just not my go to promotion in general. Follow Puroresu Spirit, which is my personal site, as I do my best to keep you all informed with what is happening in the land of the rising sun.
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