AJPW results for May 7, 2017

AJPW “SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol. 3”, 5/7/2017 [Sun] 13:30 @ SKIP City Saitama
399 Spectators (overcrowded)

(1) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 Opening Match ~ Skip Young ~: Atsushi Aoki & Hikaru Sato vs. Yusuke Okada & Fuminori Abe (Sportiva)
Winner: Aoki (9:27) with a Boston Crab on Yusuke.

(2) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Risa Sera & Yukihi Maya vs. Maruko Nagasaki & Tequila Saya
Winner: Sera (8:40) following a Diving Double Knee Drop on Saya.

(3) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 ~ Skip Scramble 6 Man Tag Match: Jun Akiyama, Isami Kodaka (BASARA) & Atsushi Maruyama (FREE) vs. Takao Omori, Koji Iwamoto & Minoru Tanaka (FREE)
Winner: Isami (15:34) with a European Clutch on Iwamoto.

(4) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 ~ Target ~: Suwama & SUSHI (FREE) vs. Yohei Nakajima & KAI (FREE)
Winner: Yohei (12:57) following the Tobiushiro-mawashigeri on SUSHI.
~ Suwama told KAI that their past means absolutely nothing as they head into their singles confrontation on 5/20. That Suwama just wants KAI to bring his all and show how far he is willing to push himself right now.

(5) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 ~ Super Heavyweight Special Single Match: Jake Lee vs. Shuji Ishikawa (FREE)
Winner: Ishikawa (17:75) with the Splash Mountain.
~ Jake put up a valiant effort against the next contender for the Triple Crown belt, but Ishikawa’s strength ultimate proved too much for the up-and-comer to secure the win.

(6) SKIP BEAT Kawaguchi vol.3 ~ Special Tag Match ~ Zen Nihon vs Dai Nihon: Kento Miyahara, Naoya Nomura & Yuma Aoyagi vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani, Daichi Hashimoto & Takuya Nomura
Winner: Daichi (22:20) following the Rising DDT on Aoyagi.
~ Daichi continued to mention that he wants to pursue a challenge for the World Tag belts.

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