The countdown continues with our look at matches #100-76.

2017 Match of the Year Archives

Voices of Wrestling Match of the Year Archives

 #100
Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino vs. Jimmy Susumu & Ryo “Jimmy” Saito
8/8
Dragon Gate
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 9
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th

“Dragon Gate did one of the smartest booking moves of the year when instead of their usual Summer Adventure Tag League, they decided to turn that boring tournament into an unit-based league where the worst two units would have to have a disbands match. They called it the “5 Unit Survival Race.” This allowed nearly everyone in the roster to be in a match that mattered and prevented the post-Kobe World lull hurt momentum in past years. So if you had Ben-K versus Takashi Yoshida in a thicc boy match, it counted just as much as an eight person main event between Over Generation and Tribe Vanguard. With all these interesting possibilities, leave it to DG for the best match of the entire Race to be between two of the more storied teams in the company, the “Speed Muscle” tandem of Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi” versus “RyoSuka” of Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka (for the ease of not being confusing, I’m going to refer to them as their post-Jimmyz names). The reunion of Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi was something that everyone knew would eventually happen, and with the delay before their formal “Speed Muscle” reunion due to Yoshino’s should-have-been-career-ending injury, I was practically chomping at the bit when it finally happened. DoiYoshi breathed life into a rather beleagered Twin Gate division and instantly gave CK-1 their best defense of the year at Kobe World. But that wasn’t the best match for Doi and Yoshino all year. A random Korakuen Hall monthly show with RyoSuka gave us that. “RyoSuka,” was not an often tandem for the then-Jimmyz. Susumu, by this time, was more focused either on his team with KAGETORA or his Dream Gate endeavours, and SaiRyo was more of a comedy wrestler or injured. It’s kind of nuts, but this is only the ninth time the teams faced off with each other, and the first time in four years they crossed paths (blame Doi, always blame Doi when him and Yoshino aren’t teaming). When they came together, it was pure magic. It’s the first match when someone asks me “what from DG should I watch that wasn’t on a major show in 2017?” Korakuen was on their feet for four of the most enduring people in the company, and I’m left wondering if I got to wait another four years for these guys to cross paths again.” -Mike Spears

#99
The Young Bucks vs Matt and Jeff Hardy
4/1
Ring of Honor
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 9
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 4th

“2017 was a pretty solid in-ring year for ROH, but it easily gets lost in the shuffle when compared with other promotions from across the world (“pretty solid” doesn’t cut it in a year where numerous groups had a great, or even outstanding, year). However, if there’s one match from ROH in 2017 that, at the very least, deserved to be mentioned in a MOTY poll, it’s this one. Just over six months after being involved in the all-time ROH classic that was Ladder War VI, The Young Bucks were once again involved in a major Ladder Match, but this time it was against their childhood heroes, The Hardys, who came into this match as the defending champions after a shocking title change the month prior in New York City. While there were certainly doubts about how The Hardys would do here (given their age and the state of their respective bodies), these two teams had an incredible Ladder Match in front of the largest crowd in ROH history. At the time, I loved it (you can read my praise in the review of the show I wrote for Voices of Wrestling) and it still resonates with me several months after the fact. The Young Bucks did a ton of crazy stuff (as you would expect), but The Hardys worked just as hard, and the end result of their efforts was an amazing match. This was easily the best bout from ROH in 2017, and based on that, I feel like it deserves to at least be acknowledged in the larger MOTY conversation.” -Sean Sedor

#96
Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns
4/30
WWE
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 5th

“Braun gives an amazing monster performance, but it’s Roman Reigns who delivers one of the absolute best selling performances of all-time, putting the match to classic levels.” -Heikki Oinonen

#96
Kenny Omega vs Michael Elgin
7/1
NJPW
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 5th

#96
Hideki Suzuki vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani
5/25
BJW
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 5th

“This match brought out the best iteration of Hideyoshi Kamitani — the fired the fuck up baby-faced underdog. This was easily Kamitani’s best singles performance since his awesome match against Okabayashi in 2016. The way he waylays Suzuki with his big boy weight early on and when Suzuki’s finally able to counter something with his Billy Robinson-style backbreaker, it feels huge. The overall sense of struggle in this match is fantastic and there’s such a raw, brutish aesthetic to the exchanges. The way Suzuki traps limbs, bending and laying into the holds with all his weight. There’s a great visual of an exhausted Kamitani hanging onto Suzuki’s waist, trying to lift him or fire off tired strikes, only for Suzuki to keep beating him down. Suzuki’s striking in this match is unreal — some of the best European uppercuts and elbows I’ve seen thrown in a pro-wrestling match. At one point, he hits a running elbow that looks like a baseball player swinging a bat. This match has the little Suzuki nuances that makes him such a cool champion — the little knees here and there, the nasty counter to the stretch plum, slipping into an octopus hold when he notices Kamitani struggling to stand. Kamitani’s unable to deliver the backdrop hold but he does improvise and hits rolling uranages, which was cool to see. He doesn’t have enough in the tank to finish off Suzuki and Suzuki’s submission finish was unexpected but really neat. A brutal battle.” -Brennan Patrick

#95
Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens
10/8
WWE
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 4th

“Shane O’Mac can work a good match when he isn’t relied on to actually wrestle, and this match was a perfect encapsulation of that. Shane & KO fought tooth and nail all over the arena in this HIAC match, and what put it over the edge for me was the tension in the building when Shane & KO were brawling a top the cell. Add in Shane’s usual crazy leap and the twist with Sami Zayn at the end, and this match was incredible, yet still somehow the second best HIAC of the night.” -Matthew Terry

#94
Travis Banks vs Tyler Bate
5/29
PROGRESS
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“Travis Banks’s rise to the top in Progress started at Progress’s annual Super Strong Style 16 tournament. In a great, intense match that was the culmination of an entire weekend of great wrestling. Interference from British Strong Style and having them fended off by the newly-debuted CCK was perfect, and this match was Progress’s best of the year.” -Matthew Terry

#93
Low Ki vs. Sami Callihan
3/17
AAW
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Low Ki is still one of the best wrestlers on the planet. Nearly 20 years into his career, and after multiple knee injuries, there are still only a handful of wrestlers that match his explosion, precision, or intensity. This was displayed perfectly in his AAW Championship match against Sami Callihan in March. Callihan, who at the time was standing atop the AAW mountain, clashed with Low Ki in one of the most intense and enjoyable matches of the year. There is a moment in the match when both men are outside, and Low Ki proudly states to a fan, “I’m gonna kill that motherfucker”. He attempted just that, and if it wasn’t for the unfortunate interference by Abyss, not only would Low Ki probably be the AAW Heavyweight Champion, but this would be even higher on my MOTY list.” -Case Lowe

#91
British Strong Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) defeat Ringkampf (Axel Dieter Jr., Timothy Thatcher & WALTER)
4/23
PROGRESS
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th

“I love 6-man tags, which begs the question: why do I not watch more Dragon Gate? Regardless, without any hesitation I can tell you my favourite Progress match of the year was this utter spectacle of madness from the Electric Ballroom, featuring a deadlift German Suplex by Tyler Bate on Walter that did me good numbers on Twitter, and one of the final performances of Axel Dieter Jr before heading to the Florida loop.” -Mark Robinson

#91
Will Ospreay vs. Robbie Eagles vs. Adam Brooks
8/19
MCW
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th





#90
Zack Sabre Jr. vs Chris Hero
1/28
EVOLVE
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 10
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 8th

“This was Chris Hero’s farewell to the independent circuit after the news that he was returning to NXT as Kassius Ohno which so far has been a run that has deprived us of seeing him perform at his best. Perhaps it was fitting then that his run ended facing one of his best opponents from the last couple of years, Zack Sabre Jr. These two had a killer series of matches in Evolve in 2016, but the veteran always seemed to have the edge in their previous contests. That all changed on this evening with a passing of the torch moment that set Zack up to be the next Evolve Champion. This was exquisite wrestling and the high point of Evolve for me in 2017.” -Ed Mills

#89
Fenix/Penta vs Ricochet/Matt Sydal vs. Young Bucks
3/18
PWG
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 11
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 4th

#88
Daisuke Harada vs. Minoru Tanaka
12/23
Pro Wrestling NOAH
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 11
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 3rd

“From the moment these two men first lock up they have great chemistry. This crisply executed, fast, hard-hitting, technical wizardry just flows out of them like they are a natural font of Junior Heavyweight brilliance.” -James “NuclearConvoy” Snelgrove

#87
Timothy Thatcher vs Daniel Makabe
7/28
3-2-1 BATTLE!
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 11
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 5th

“I need excitement, oh I need it bad. Timothy Thatcher, world-class wrestler, is baffled and disgusted by the eccentricities of the 3-2-1 Battalion as well as the efforts of the pale, Whitecaps kit-wearing man across the ring from him. Quickly he finds that he’s not as superior as he thought. Emotional technical wrestling in front of a rabid little crowd or, as I like to call it, perfection.” -Brock Jahnke

#86
Shuji Ishikawa & Suwama vs Kento Miyahara & Yoshitatsu
12/12
AJPW
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 11
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th

#85
Daga/Penta vs LA Park/Rey Escorpion
3/1
AULL
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 12
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Every person in this understood their role and worked it perfectly. Who can dislike a match where two violent murder skeletons try to kill each other?” -JR Goldberg

#84
Prince Puma vs Johnny Mundo
10/18
Lucha Underground
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 12
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 4th

“Begins as a great match, features the rare case of overbooking working to enhance the story and ends with the underdog (Puma) overcoming the Worldwide Underground to become the first ever two time LU Champion. A masterclass in storytelling.” -Eric Mutter

#83
Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenoh
10/14
Pro Wrestling NOAH
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 12
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th

“Two wrestlers known for their striking ability beat the crap out of each other for 30 minutes; it doesn’t get much better than this. Nakajima, the former Champion, was looking to start the Global League the right way with a win over the rising star Kenoh. The problem is that this Kenoh was not the same he faced at the beginning of the year; he was focused on his goal to win the Global League and reach the top of Pro Wrestling Noah. What we see in this match is two guys who refuse to die because they need to achieve their goals and cannot be defeated here at the start of the Global League. This was an amazing spectacle that didn’t wear out its welcome and both guys gave it their all to prove they were better than the other one.” -Geovanny Astorga

#82
Kento Miyahara vs Shuji Ishikawa
8/27
AJPW
Total Votes: 5
Overall Points: 12
Average Points Per Vote: 2
Highest Vote: 7th

“I started watching the current AJPW with 2017’s Champion Carnival. The two men in this match were the standouts for me and both ended up being in my top 10 wrestlers for the year. This was my favorite match in All Japan from this year, so it had to make my list. Although he is a freelancer, Shuji Iskikawa has the look and the feel of an AJPW wrestler from the classic era. I have seen many make comparisons to Jumbo Tsuruta and I have to agree. Kento Miyahara is the young ace of AJPW. He has the look, charisma, and skill to be at the top of the company. These two collided in a match that was truly amazing and cemented my fandom of current AJPW. Miyahara and Ishikawa throw some of the best knees in the business and there was no shortage of them in this mach. Ishikawa had strength on his side, but the ace regained his Triple Crown Championship from the outsider in this hard fought battle.” -Brian Kline

#81
WALTER vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
10/21
PWG
Total Votes: 5
Overall Points: 12
Average Points Per Vote: 2
Highest Vote: 6th

“Zack is another guy whose 2017 would be better than most people’s best years. Walter really broke out this year as just a nasty bruising heavyweight and his while the Dragonov match was great, the destruction of Zack here combined with Zack’s technical work makes it a notch up on that match. Just great stuff.” -Dave Musgrave

#79
Ilja Dragunov vs John Klinger
12/23
wXw
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 7
Highest Vote: 2nd

“A late entry to the MOTYC list, but a brilliant one, and the only match that I briefly considered placing in the number one spot above my eventual top choice. 2017 was the year of the tragic wrestling hero failing. The guy or gal we all wanted to see win the big one who just couldn’t make it over the hump. In CWF it was Nick Richards and in his own way Chip Day. In NXT it was Ember Moon (she eventually got there, but not the way she should have). In wXw and elsewhere David Starr just couldn’t quite beat WALTER. Shibata…well I don’t even want to talk about that one. But none of them defined this better than Ilja Dragunov who was able to slay the beast WALTER to win 16 Carat, but failed to win the wXw title and may have ended his run with the promotion as we know it at the 17 Anniversary show. That he failed to do so against the viscerally hated Bad Bones adds to the feeling of loss. That he failed as a bloody mess, standing up from a violent concerto to face a hated heel who then dropped him directly on his split skull makes it even worse. There is a sense in which Dragunov never making it over the hump might hurt the match in the eyes of some, but to me it was perhaps the best plunder brawl I’ve ever seen, one of the most well put together matches in recent memory in terms of comebacks and cut offs, and receives extra points for having the most logically set up and well executed coast-to-coast dropkick of all time. It was a heart wrenching end to the wXw year, and possibly the Ilja Dragunov story. But it was an emotionally gripping finale and that is what pro wrestling is all about.” -Dylan Hales





#79
Taichi vs. TAKA Michinoku
5/18
NJPW
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 7
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Two unit members working a match exactly the way it should have been worked: never touching until the final seconds, with several hilarious reversals and close calls, playing up their familiarity with each other and their hesitation to compete. A very unique match for the company it was held it, which made it stand out even more.” -Drew Wardlaw

#78
Go Shiozaki vs. Kenoh
11/19
Pro Wrestling NOAH
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 6th

“The crowning moment of the Ace NOAH needed while arguably the most unfairly maligned wrestler of his generation put on another performance that was brilliant while somehow getting overshadowed yet again. This was the tale of two careers, in front of a crowd that loved Kenoh getting the win. Unexpectedly good booking, a hot crowd, and two of the world’s best performers made a worthy top 10 match that is memorable due to the circumstances, perhaps even moreso if Kenoh’s title reign continues its success. That said to me Go really stole the show here with his selling, his legs giving out to one of the best fighting spirit spots of the year that even Kobashi himself would deem awesome, and there was a couple of well timed big spots including one that was completely unexpected and I won’t spoil here from Kenoh, who delivered an excellent performance in his own right. Whatever happens, it’s safe to say that this match was the start of NOAH the LIVE.” -Dylan Harris

#76
Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Negro Navarro
4/28
Lucha Memes
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 2nd

“I’m not sure either of these guys really understood who they were facing until they started wrestling. They seemed thrilled to find an opponent getting similar results from a very different starting point.” -thecubsfan

#76
YAMATO & Kzy & BxB Hulk vs. Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino & Jason Lee
12/23
Dragon Gate
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Dragon Gate-esque. This year cut back on the 3 and 4 way Triangle Gate matches and the division was much better for it.” -jae

PlaceMatchDatePromotionTotal VotesOverall PointsAverage Points Per Vote
76YAMATO & Kzy & BxB Hulk vs. Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino & Jason Lee12/23Dragon Gate3134.3
76Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Negro Navarro4/28Lucha Memes3134.3
78Go Shiozaki vs. Kenoh11/19Pro Wrestling NOAH3134.3
79Taichi vs. TAKA Michinoku5/18NJPW2136.5
79Ilja Dragunov vs. John Klinger12/23wXw2136.5
81WALTER vs. Zack Sabre Jr.10/21PWG5122.4
82Kento Miyahara vs. Shuji Ishikawa8/27AJPW5122.4
83Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenoh10/14Pro Wrestling NOAH4123.0
84Prince Puma vs. Johnny Mundo10/18Lucha Underground3124.0
85Daga/Penta vs. LA Park/Rey Escorpion3/1AULL2126.0
86Shuji Ishikawa & Suwama vs. Kento Miyahara & Yoshitatsu12/12AJPW4112.8
87Timothy Thatcher vs. Daniel Makabe7/283-2-1 BATTLE!3113.7
88Daisuke Harada vs. Minoru Tanaka12/23Pro Wrestling NOAH2115.5
89Fenix/Penta vs. Ricochet/Matt Sydal vs. Young Bucks3/18PWG2115.5
90Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Chris Hero1/28EVOLVE4102.5
91Will Ospreay vs. Robbie Eagles vs. Adam Brooks8/19MCW3103.3
91British Strong Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) defeat Ringkampf (Axel Dieter Jr., Timothy Thatcher & WALTER) 4/23PROGRESS3103.3
93Low Ki vs. Sami Callihan3/17AAW2105.0
94Travis Banks vs. Tyler Bate5/29PROGRESS2105.0
95Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens10/8WWE2105.0
96Hideki Suzuki vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani5/25BJW2105.0
96Kenny Omega vs. Michael Elgin7/1NJPW2105.0
96Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns4/30WWE2105.0
99The Young Bucks vs. Matt and Jeff Hardy4/1Ring of Honor393.0
100Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino vs. Jimmy Susumu & Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (8/8/17)8/8Dragon Gate393.0
101Mike Bailey vs. Will Ospreay8/24WCPW393.0
102Flamita vs. Fenix10/5The Crash294.5
103Ben-K, Big R Shimizu, Naruki Doi, and Takehiro Yamamura vs. Cyber Kong, El Lindaman, Shingo Takagi, and T-Hawk2/2Dragon Gate294.5
103Takehiro Yamamura vs. Big R Shimizu2/2Dragon Gate294.5
105Taya vs. Ayako Hamada4/21AAA294.5
105Sekimoto/Sato vs. Takagi/Okabayashi9/20BJW294.5
107Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Takashi Sugiura1/7Pro Wrestling NOAH199.0
107Rey Fénix vs. Flamita11/29The Crash199.0
109Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kenny Omega3/12NJPW284.0
110Keith Lee vs. Donovan Dijak3/31EVOLVE284.0
111Danshoku Dino vs. Joey Ryan3/20DDT188.0
111BxB Hulk & Kzy vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Susumu Yokosuka12/1Dragon Gate188.0
113Kazuchika Okada vs. Minoru Suzuki2/5NJPW273.5
114Kohei Sato & Shuji Ishikawa vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi1/2BJW177.0
114Trevor Lee vs. Alex Daniels4/29CWF Mid-Atlantic177.0
114CIMA, Dragon Kid, Eita, Takehiro Yamamura & Naruki Doi vs. Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk, El Lindaman, YASSHI & Punch Tominaga3/8Dragon Gate177.0
114Arisa Nakajima vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto3/26Ice Ribbon177.0
114Jordan Devlin vs. Matt Riddle11/4OTT177.0
114Atsushi Kotoge & Naomichi Marufuji vs. Go Shiozaki & Maybach Taniguchi1/7Pro Wrestling NOAH177.0
114Hechicero vs. Caifan1/6Promociones Cholo de Tijuana177.0
114Yoko Bito vs. Takumi Iroha10/17STARDOM177.0
114AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor10/22WWE177.0
123Travis Banks vs. Will Ospreay12/30PROGRESS263.0
123Shotaro Ashino vs. Jiro Kuroshio9/2Wrestle-1263.0
125Gran Prix Torneo Cibernetico9/1CMLL263.0
126Undisputed Era vs. Sanity vs. Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong11/18WWE NXT263.0
127Gringo Loco/Steve Pain vs. DJZ/Laredo Kid vs. Flip Kendrick/Facade vs. Cheech/Colin Delaney3/24AIW166.0
127Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Hideki Suzuki3/30BJW166.0
127Angel de Oro vs. Caristico vs. Dragon Lee vs. El Barbaro Cavernario vs. Euforia vs. Gran Guerrero vs. Hechicero vs. La Mascara vs. Luciferno vs. Maximo Sexy vs. Mephisto vs. Mistico vs. Niebla Roja vs. Titan vs. Valiente vs. Volador Jr.4/7CMLL166.0
127Konosuke Takeshita vs. KUDO1/29DDT166.0
127YAMATO vs. Masaaki Mochizuki9/18Dragon Gate166.0
127Hiromu Takahashi vs. KUSHIDA4/9NJPW166.0
127KUSHIDA vs. Ryusuke Taguchi5/29NJPW166.0
127Jack Sexsmith vs. Paul Robinson4/23PROGRESS166.0
127Psycho Mike Rollins vs. Braxton Sutter8/13Smash Wrestling166.0
127Ringkampf vs. Massive Product10/8wXw166.0
137Zach Sabre Jr vs. Tomohiro Ishii8/11NJPW351.7
138Zack Sabre Jr vs. Lio Rush5/21EVOLVE252.5
138KUSHIDA vs. Hiromu Tanahashi6/11NJPW252.5
138Axel Dieter Jr. & WALTER vs. Jurn Simmons & David Starr2/24wXw252.5
141Cavernario and Volador Jr. vs. Ultimo Guerrero and Valiente11/17CMLL155.0
141Kazusada Higuchi vs. Konosuke Takeshita1/17DDT155.0
141Konosuke Takeshita vs. Mike Bailey7/2DDT155.0
141Big Boss MA-G-MA & Black Buffalo vs. Konosuke Takeshita & Shigehiro Irie7/16DDT155.0
141Matt Riddle vs. Kyle O’Reilly5/6OTT155.0
141Corey Hollis vs. David Starr5/21PWX155.0
141Matt Taven vs. Flip Gordon11/11Ring of Honor155.0
141Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Marty Scurll1/21RPW155.0
141Asuka vs. Nikki Cross6/28WWE NXT155.0
150Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Yuji Nagata7/23NJPW341.3
151South Pacific Power Trip (TK Cooper & Travis Banks) vs. Catch Point4/1WWN242.0
152Kento Miyahara vs. Shuji Ishikawa5/21AJPW144.0
152El Soberano Jr., Rey Cometa & The Panther vs. El Cuatrero, Forastero & Sanson8/4CMLL144.0
152Trevor Lee vs. Nick Richards6/24CWF Mid-Atlantic144.0
152Jimmy Kagetora vs. Takehiro Yamamura5/5Dragon Gate144.0
152Keith Lee vs. Ricochet3/30EVOLVE144.0
152Joey Janela vs. Marty Jannetty3/30GCW144.0
152Caifan vs. Mr Niebla12/24Lucha Memes144.0
152Tiger Mask W vs. Kazuchika Okada3/6NJPW144.0
152Mark Andrews vs. Flamita5/27PROGRESS144.0
152Sareee vs. Yoshiko3/16SEAdLINNNG144.0
152Drew McIntyre vs. Andrade Cien Almas11/18WWE NXT144.0
152The Rottweilers (Homicide & Low Ki) vs. Ringkampf10/7wXw144.0
164Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Naoya Nomura & KAI8/27AJPW231.5
164Hideki Suzuki vs. Daisuke Sekimoto3/5BJW231.5
164Big Show vs. Braun Strowman2/20WWE231.5
167Soberano Jr. vs. Sanson4/28CMLL133.0
167Roy Wilkins vs. Snooty Foxx5/13CWF Mid-Atlantic133.0
167HARASHIMA vs. Tetsuya Endo6/25DDT133.0
167Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Takehiro Yamamura2/12Dragon Gate133.0
167Shingo Takagi vs. BxB Hulk6/1Dragon Gate133.0
167Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Big R Shimizu9/5Dragon Gate133.0
167James Drake, Anthony Henry vs. Jaka, Chris Dickinson7/8EVOLVE133.0
167Go Shiozaki and Naoya Nomura vs. Yuji Okabayashi and Kaito Kiyomiya6/14Fortune Dream133.0
167Fenix/Penta vs. DJZ/Billy Star vs. Gringo Loco/Skayde Jr.9/10GALLI133.0
167Maya Yukihi vs. Risa Sera8/27Ice Ribbon133.0
167Masahito Kakihara vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara8/14Kakiride133.0
167Extreme Tiger vs. Virus7/15Lucha Memes133.0
167Kenny Omega vs. Minoru Suzuki7/20NJPW133.0
167Kenny Omega vs. Toru Yano7/22NJPW133.0
167Mike Bailey vs. Matt Riddle10/7OTT133.0
167SPPT vs. Mustache Mountain3/19PROGRESS133.0
167Delilah Doom vs. Eli Everfly8/5Sabotage Wrestling133.0
167Arisa Nakajima vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto5/24SEAdLINNNG133.0
167Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami8/24SEAdLINNNG133.0
186Zeuxis vs. Princesa Sugehit9/16CMLL221.0
187Sam Adonis vs. Blue Panther Jr.8/4CMLL122.0
187El Lindaman vs. Takehiro Yamamura8/26Dragon Gate122.0
187Nick Gage vs. Matt Tremont12/16GCW122.0
187Trevor Lee vs. Michael Elgin6/3MVW122.0
187Minoru Suzuki vs. Hirooki Goto6/11NJPW122.0
187The Young Bucks vs. Roppongi Vice6/11NJPW122.0
187Yuji Nagata vs. Tomohiro Ishii8/1NJPW122.0
187Arik Royal vs. Logan Easton LaRoux9/22NOVA Pro122.0
187Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate vs. Angel Cruz, B. Cool & Tyler Bate6/4OTT122.0
187Fenix/Penta/Daga vs. Sami Callahan/OI4K10/6PCW122.0
187Zack Sabre Jr. & Marty Scurll vs. Chuck Taylor and Trent3/18PWG122.0
187Will Ospreay vs. Jay White5/12Ring of Honor122.0
187Sebastian Suave vs. Rosemary4/9Smash Wrestling122.0
187Kairi Hojo vs. Jungle Kyona2/23STARDOM122.0
187Io Shirai & Meiko Satomura vs. Mayu Iwatani & Chihiro Hashimoto3/9STARDOM122.0
187Braun Strowman vs. Big Show4/17WWE122.0
187John Cena vs. Roman Reigns9/24WWE122.0
187Johnny Gargano vs. Andrade ‘Cien’ Almas8/19WWE NXT122.0
205Drew Galloway vs. DJZ3/17AAW111.0
205Keith Lee vs. Sami Callihan7/15AAW111.0
205Sammy Guevera vs. ACH11/25AAW111.0
205Matt Tremont vs. Matt Riddle3/19Beyond Wrestling111.0
205Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto vs. Jaki Numazawa & Kenji Fukimoto9/20BJW111.0
205Microman & El Gallito vs. Zacarias El Perico & Mije4/30CMLL111.0
205Micro Man & Gallito vs. Chamuel & Mije9/5CMLL111.0
205Konosuke Takeshita vs. Keisuke Ishii7/23DDT111.0
205Susumu Yokosuka vs. Shun Skywalker12/3Dragon Gate111.0
205Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Keith Lee9/23EVOLVE111.0
205Love Making Demon vs. Jack Sexsmith9/16GOOD Wrestling111.0
205Scott Steiner and Josh Mathews vs. Jeremy Borash and Joseph Park7/2Impact Wrestling111.0
205Iron Kid vs. Demus 3166/18Lucha Memes111.0
205Prince Puma vs. Dante Fox8/2Lucha Underground111.0
205Kazuchika Okada vs. Satoshi Kojima7/27NJPW111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. Speedball Mike Bailey2/4OTT111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. David Starr9/2OTT111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. Shane Strickland9/24OTT111.0
205Atsushi Kotoge & Go Shiozaki vs. Maybach Taniguchi & Naomichi Marufuji4/5Pro Wrestling NOAH111.0
205Meiko Satomura vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto4/6Sendai Girls111.0
205Mike Bailey vs. Matt Riddle12/17Smash Wrestling111.0
205Desmond Xavier vs. Shane Strickland vs. Fenix2/19Wrestle Circus111.0
205Braun Strowman vs. Big Show4/9WWE111.0
205Asuka vs. Ember Moon8/19WWE NXT111.0
205Pete Dunne vs. Johnny Gargano11/22WWE NXT111.0
205Johnny Gargano vs. Kassius Ohno12/6WWE NXT111.0
208Asuka vs. Ember Moon8/19WWE NXT111.0
208Pete Dunne vs. Johnny Gargano11/22WWE NXT111.0
208Johnny Gargano vs. Kassius Ohno12/6WWE NXT111.0