AJPW results for February 22, 2018

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2018 Excite Series ~ Jr BATTLE OF GLORY”, 2/22/2018 [Thu] 18:30 @ Fukuyama Sangyo Koryukan Big Rose in Hiroshima
386 Spectators (full house)

(1) Koji Iwamoto, Shuji Kondo (W-1) & Keiichi Sato (FREE) vs. Hikaru Sato (Pancrase MISSION), Soma Takao (DDT) & HANZO (Wrestle Gate)
Winner: Hikaru (9:12) following a Backdrop on Keiichi.

(2) Jr. League B BLOCK: Kotaro Suzuki (FREE) vs. Mineo Fujita (Chinko)
Winner: Kotaro (8:57) with a Tiger Driver.
~ Kotaro [2 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 5 points]
~ Mineo [2 wins, 2 losses = 4 points]
(3) Jr. League A BLOCK: Atsushi Aoki vs. Yusuke Okada
Winner: Aoki (7:16) with an Udegatame.
~ Aoki [3 wins, 1 loss = 6 points]
~ Yusuke [1 win, 3 losses = 2 points]

(4) Jun Akiyama, Atsushi Maruyama & KAI (FREE) vs. Suwama, Shuji Ishikawa (FREE) & Shachihoko BOY (Dragon Gate)
Winner: Suwama (11:09) following a Last Ride on Maruyama.

(5) Jr. League B BLOCK: Yohei Nakajima vs. TAJIRI (FREE)
Winner: TAJIRI (12:49) following the Buzzsaw Kick.
~ TAJIRI [3 wins, 1 loss = 6 points]
~ Yohei [1 win, 4 losses = 2 points]
~ Yohei suffers yet another defeat, as TAJIRI claims the top spot in the B BLOCK folowing the win.

(6) Joe Doering, Zeus, Black Tiger VII & KAZMA SAKAMOTO (FREE) vs. Kento Miyahara, Yoshitatsu (FREE), Naoya Nomura & Ryoji Sai (LAND’S END)
Winner: Miyahara (20:51) with a German Suplex Hold on Black Tiger.
~ YoshiKen win the last prelude tag against Zeus before the title defense on the 25th in Osaka.

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