NOAH results for May 9, 2018

Pro-Wrestling NOAH “Navig. with Breeze 2018”, 5/9/2018 [Mon] 18:30 @ EDION Arena Osaka, 2nd Stadium
285 Spectators

(1) Yoshinari Ogawa & Junta Miyawaki vs. Hajime Ohara & Hitoshi Kumano
Winner: Kumano (12:42) with an Argentine Backbreaker on Miyawaki.
(2) Akitoshi Saito vs. Masao Inoue (FREE) vs. Cody Hall
Winner: Saito (4:55) via pin-fall on Inoue.
(3) Muhammad Yone & Quiet Storm vs. Maybach Taniguchi & Mitsuya Nagai
Winner: Taniguchi (11:09) with the Maybach Bomb Zwei on Storm.
(4) Atsushi Kotoge vs. YO-HEY
Winner: Kotoge (10:08) following the Kill Switch.
(5) Kenoh vs. HAYATA
Winner: Kenoh (8:01) following a Diving Foot Stomp.
(6) Kaito Kiyomiya vs. Masa Kitamiya
Winner: Kitamiya (7:43) following a Saito Suplex.
~ Kitamiya had a focused attack on Kitamiya’s neck, as it eventually lead to him taking the win over the GHC Tag Champ.
(7) Takashi Sugiura, Daisuke Harada & Tadasuke vs. Naomichi Marufuji, Hi69 & Minoru Tanaka
Winner: Hi69 (18:53) with the Stuka Splash on Tadasuke.
~ Hi69 with the prelude win over the GHC Jr. Tag challenger.
(8) Go Shiozaki vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima
Winner: Nakajima (17:47) following the Vertical Spike.
~ Nakajima kept his focus on Shiozaki’s left knee and delivered his patented kicks
~ Nakajima and Kitamiya showed that they both had plans heading into the show and it led to them both ending the night with direct wins over the GHC Tag Champions. The former champions aim to prove that their loss was a fluke and that they will reclaim the belts come the Korakuen Hall show on May 29.

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