AJPW results for December 3, 2017

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2017 World’s Strongest Tag League”, 12/3/2017 [Sun] 17:00 @ Hiroshima Marina Hop
518 Spectators (overcrowded)

(1) Atsushi Aoki & Rey Paloma vs. Yusuke Okada & Takeshi Okada (Kachofugetsu)
Winner: Aoki (9:20) with a Sleeper Hold on Yusuke.
(2) Koji Iwamoto & Yuma Aoyagi vs. Ultimo Dragon & Atsushi Maruyama (FREE)
Winner: Maruyama (9:46) via pin-fall on Iwamoto.
(3) Joe Deoring, Taiyo Kea & Masanobu Fuchi vs. TAJIRI (FREE), KAI (FREE) & Yohei Nakajima
Winner: Doering (9:05) with a Running Body Attack on Yohei.
(4) Suwama & Shuji Ishikawa (FREE) vs. Naoya Nomura & Hikaru Sato (Pancrase MISSION)
Winner: Ishikawa (10:27) following a Fire Thunder on Hikaru.
~ Suwama & Ishikawa capture a much needed win, as the two stated that they aim for nothing short of domination in the remaining matches of the league.

(5) 2017 World’s Strongest Tag League Match: Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Ryoji Sai & Masakado
Winner: Omori (11:01) following an Axe Bomber on Maskado.
~ Akiyama/Omori [4 wins, 1 loss = 8 points]
~ Sai/Masakado [3 losses = 0 points]
~ The World Tag Champions maintain their lead in the league.

(6) 2017 World’s Strongest Tag League Match: Kento Miyahara & Yoshitatsu vs. Zeus & The Bodyguard
Winner: Miyahara (19:35) with the Shutdown German Suplex Hold on Bodyguard.
~ Miyahara/Yoshitatsu [4 wins, 3 losses = 8 points]
~ Zeus/Bodyguard [2 wins, loss = 4 points]

League Results Listing

~ WSTL Day 1 (11/19) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 2 (11/21) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 3 (11/22) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 4 (11/23) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 5 (11/26) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 6 (11/28) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 7 (11/29) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 8 (12/2) [RESULTS]
~ WSTL Day 9 (12/3) * ABOVE
~ WSTL Day 10 (12/4)
~ WSTL Day 11 (12/5)
~ WSTL Day 12 (12/7)
~ WSTL Day 14 (12/8)
~ WSTL Day 15 (12/9)
~ WSTL Day 16 FINAL (12/12)

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