AJPW results for May 31, 2018

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2018 SUPER POWER SERIES ~ BS11 presents GROWIN’ UP vol. 12 ~”, 5/31/2018 [Thu] @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo
239 Spectators

(1) Black Tiger VII (FREE) vs. Keiichi Sato (FREE)
Winner: Tiger (8:56) with an Ultra High School Class La Magistral.
(2) Atsushi Aoki & Hikaru Sato vs. Yohei Nakajima & Takahiro Tababa (FREE)
Winner: Hikaru (9:50) with a Capture style Cross Armbar on Tababa.
~ Yohei kept his focus on Aoki throughout the course of the match. Which lead to Aoki finally accepting Yohei’s challenge for the World Junior belt.

(3) Atsushi Maruyama vs. Kotaro Suzuki (FREE)
Winner: Kotaro (8:37) with a Figure Four Leg Lock.
(4) Suwama & Shuji Ishikawa (FREE) vs. TAJIRI (FREE) & Koji Iwamoto
Winner: Suwama (10:31) following a Modified Last Mountain on Iwamoto.
~ Suwama and Ishikawa made it known that they are coming after the World Tag belts. That whoever wins the title match on 6/3 they know who to expect to see next.

(5) Takao Omori vs. KAI (FREE)
Winner: KAI (14:10) with the Meteor Impact.
~ KAI with a solid win as he gains more momentum heading into the World Tag match on 6/3.

(6) Kento Miyahara, Yoshitatsu (FREE) & Naoya Nomura vs. Jake Lee, Ryoji Sai (LAND’S END) & Dylan James
Winner: Sai (21:06) following the Akagawa Tekkyo on Nomura.
~ Lee continued to state that his aim is Miyahara, as he called out for a singles match against his former NEXTREAM leader.

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