NOAH results for January 21, 2018

Pro-Wrestling NOAH “Navig. For The Future”, 1/21/2018 [Sun] 18:00 @ YAMADA Green Dome Maebashi, Sub-Event Area

(1) Jyunta Miyawaki vs. Andrew Everett
Winner: Everett (5:00) with a Second Rope Shooting Star Press.
(2) Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue (FREE) vs. Cody Hall & Jay Bradley
Winner: Bradley (9:23) following the Boomstick on Inoue.
(3) Daisuke Harada & LEONA (DRADITION) vs. Hajime Ohara & Yoshinari Ogawa
Winner: Ohara (13:10) following the Finnish Forearm on LEONA.
~ Ohara wins the final prelude match, as he now looks to challenge Harada on the 27th.
(4) HAYATA, YO-HEY & Tadasuke vs. Naomichi Marufuji, Taiji Ishimori & Hi69
Winner: Hi69 (10:35) with the Stuka Splash on YO-HEY.
~ Hi69 claims a much needed revenge win over YO-HEY following yesterday’s loss to the champion.
(5) Katsuhiko Nakajima & Masa Kitamiya vs. Maybach Taniguchi & Mitsuya Nagai (DRADITION)
Winner: DRAW (14:47) via double ring out.
~ Nakajima & Kitamiya may have put themselves out there as challengers for the GHC Tag belts, but the next contenders took advantage of the rules and kept the edge in their favor.
~ Nakajima & Kitamiya made it known that they want a rematch against the two. (Which they may get depending on the outcome of the GHC Tag defense on 2/2.)

(6) Kenoh & Takashi Sugiura vs. Yuko Miyamoto (666) & Minoru Tanaka (FREE)
Winner: Sugiura (12:18) following the Olympic Qualifying Slam on Minoru.
~ Kenoh continued to assert himself as the champion with a win over Miyamoto’s team.
(7) Muhammad Yone, Quiet Storm & Hitoshi Kumano vs. Go Shiozaki & Atsushi Kotoge & Kaito Kiyomiya
Winner: Kiyomiya (17:29) with a Tiger Suplex Hold on Kumano.
~ Kiyomiya captures his first ever main event win and over his senior Kumano as well. He declared that he is aims to defeat Sugiura in Osaka as well.

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