NOAH results for September 8, 2017

Pro Wrestling NOAH “Southern Navigation 2017”, 9/8/2017 [Fri] 18:30 @ Kumamoto City Shokuhin Koryu Kaikan, Foodpal

(1) Tadasuke vs. Jyunta Miyawaki
Winner: Tadasuke (6:02) with an Udegatame.
(2) Daisuke Harada vs. Ashley Istria
Winner: Harada (9:49) following a Diving Elbow Drop.
(3) Taiji Ishimori & Hi69 vs. Hajime Ohara & Yoshinari Ogawa
Winner: Ishimori (8:07) via pin-fall on Ogawa, following a Trance Rave from Hi69.
(4) Muhammad Yone, Quiet Storm & Masao Inoue vs. Maybach Taniguchi, Akitoshi Saito & Hitoshi Kumano
Winner: Storm (8:21) following the Funky Buster Bomb on Kumano.
(5) Kenoh vs. Cody Hall
Winner: Kenoh (6:24) following a Diving Foot Stomp.
(6) GHC Heavy Prelude: Eddie Edwards, HAYATA & YO-HEY vs. Naomichi Marufuji, Gurukun Mask & Shuri Joe
Winner: Gurukun (14:06) with the Gurukun Leg Roll Clutch on YO-HEY.
~ Gurukun made his intentions known that he and Joe want a chance at the GHC Jr. Tag belts. Of course that may stand if the champions can defend the belts against the DNA team on 10/1 first.
(7) Go Shiozaki & Atsushi Kotoge vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima & Masa Kitamiya
Winner: Shiozaki (20:36) following the Go Flasher on Kitamiya.
~ Shiozaki with the win in his hometown area, as he declared that he will increase and continue to rebuild himself much like the Kumamoto region since the devastating earthquake.
~ Shiozaki also took part in an honoring ceremony, before today’s show, as he handed the government officials in the area the money they have collected leading up to this tour.

NOAH Event Cards for September & October 2017

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