NOAH results for March 18, 2018

Pro-Wrestling NOAH “GLOBAL TAG LEAGUE 2018”, 3/18/2018 [Sun] 17:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in Fukuoka
515 Spectators (crowded)

(1) HAYATA vs. Junta Miyawaki
Winner: HAYATA (6:05) with a Michinoku Driver II.
(2) Hitoshi Kumano vs. Jay Bradley
Winner: Bradley (5:33) following a Musou.
(3) Daisuke Harada & Tadasuke vs. Yoshinari Ogawa & Hajime Ohara
Winner: Harada (12:32) via pin-fall on Ogawa.
~ With the win, Harada & Tadasuke declared themselves to capture the now vacant GHC Jr. Tag belts.
(4) Hi69 vs. YO-HEY vs. Minoru Tanaka (FREE)
Winner: Hi69 (11:19) with a Michinoku Driver Beta on YO-HEY.
~ Hi69 put his name forward to capture the GHC Jr. Tag belts, though he is currently searching for a new teammate.

(5) GTL Match: Maybach Taniguchi & Mitsuya Nagai vs. Cody Hall & KAZMA SAKAMOTO
Winner: Hall (12:24) following a Rolling Lariat on Nagai.
~ Hall/KAZMA [1 win = 2 points]
~ Taniguchi/Nagai [1 loss = 0 points]
(6) GTL Match: Go Shiozaki & Kaito Kiyomiya vs. Akitoshi Saito & Masao Inoue
Winner: Kiyomiya (13:54) with a Japanese Leg Roll Hold on Inoue.
~ Shiozaki/Kiyomiya [1 win = 2 points]
~ Saito/Inoue [1 loss = 0 points]
(Shiozaki sported a buzzed hair style as the tour begins)
(7) GTL Match: Muhammad Yone & Quiet Storm vs. Kenoh & Takashi Sugiura
Winner: Yone (18:20) following the Funky Buster Bomb on Kenoh.
~ Yone/Storm [1 win = 2 points]
~ Sugiura/Kenoh [1 loss = 0 points]
(8) GTL Match: Naomichi Marufuji & Atsushi Kotoge vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima & Masa Kitamiya
Winner: DRAW (30:00) Time Limit Expired.
~ Nakajima/Kitamiya [1 draw = 1 point]
~ Marufuji/Kotoge [1 loss = 1 point]
~ The GHC Tag Champions end the GTL kick-off match on a draw, as Aggression hint towards a rematch in the future.

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