The 2017 Voices of Wrestling Match of the Year countdown continues with our look at matches #75-51 including the first batch of matches to receive first place votes.

2017 Match of the Year Archives

Voices of Wrestling Match of the Year Archives

#75
Kenoh vs. Eddie Edwards
12/22
Pro Wrestling NOAH
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 13
Average Points Per Vote: 3
Highest Vote: 6th

“The match that had me kicking myself for skipping NOAH the Reborn all year long. Just a brutally intense match that I couldn’t look away from despite the sickening chops and kicks that Kenoh and Edwards gave each other. It made me clamor to see more Kenoh matches in 2018 NOAH, but it also reaffirmed my love for Eddie Edwards (a fellow Boston guy). And with Kenoh as GHC Heavyweight Champion, this match seems like an incredible starting point for a bright new chapter in the NOAH saga.” -Andrew Rich

#71
Jushin Liger vs. Will Ospreay vs. Marty Scurll vs. KUSHIDA
7/8
RPW
Total Votes: 1
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 14
Highest Vote: 1st

“Full disclosure, this will not win this poll as there are better worked matches this year, but from a personal standpoint this was my favourite match of the year. I flew to London for this event, purely to see Jushin Liger, a guy I’ve idolised for nearly 20 years. A quick squash victory was nice, but never in my wildest dreams did I expect him to win the tournament. After a torrid Super Juniors, the crowd were molten for Liger to finally catch a break. This was like going to Wembley to watch your team win a cup final. Many years of heartbreak and near-misses vindicated in one moment. The match itself was fantastic (and you can see a lot of its DNA in the recent WK Junior 4-way match), but the emotional resonance of Liger getting the big win is something no other moment in wrestling this year could even get close to.” -David Forrest

#71
Matt Tremont vs Nick Gage
9/16
GCW
Total Votes: 1
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 14
Highest Vote: 1st

“The natural endpoint of a style that has defined my fandom of wrestling over the last decade. The two greatest of all time going out on their shields in disgusting, despicable fashion. I can’t fully endorse or approve of this match, of its content, of what these two men do to each other. But I won’t ever be able to forget it.” -Brock Jahnke

#71
“Kotori” & Riho vs. Masahiro Takanashi & Emi Sakura
3/28
Gatoh Move
Total Votes: 1
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 14
Highest Vote: 1st

“This is Chinese variety art in the form of a wrestling match, such a mesmerizing display of balance and timing, coupled with great storytelling. I have grown even more fond of this since it is the last big performance we’ll see from the recently retired “Kotori”.” -aguakun

#71
CIMA, Dragon Kid & Eita vs. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino & Kotoka vs. Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk & El Lindaman
9/5
Dragon Gate
Total Votes: 1
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 14
Highest Vote: 1st

“If there was one match from Dragon Gate this year I could show a total novice in order to demonstrate why I love the company, it would probably be this one. It’s not perfect, it’s long and its heat segments are a bit slow, but it still combines the grand, melodramatic storylines and insane, state of the art high flying that make Dragon Gate what it is better than any match in the promotion this year, bar maybe one. This bout took place towards the end of the Survival Race Tournament, where the two factions with the worst win-loss record in the tournament would have to fight at the Dangerous Gate PPV, with the losing team forced to disband. It would have been tense anyway, but with the match being contested under elimination rules Dragon Gate decided to award two wins to the winning trio, and two defeats to the first team eliminated. So the stakes felt absolutely massive, and that gave a real edge to the match. It was so compelling. Of course, all the backstory would have been meaningless if the match hadn’t delivered between the ropes, but it did deliver, it delivered in such a colossal way with a finishing stretch so absolutely scorching, blistering hot it’s a wonder it hasn’t left a permanent imprint across people’s retinas. The fluidity and ease with which the Dragon Gate boys can pull off the most audacious sequences is just so special. This whole match was so special!” -Jack Stevenson

#70
Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Brian Cage
7/27
Pro Wrestling NOAH
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 5th

“This was such a superb match, it made me a bit annoyed that more main events this year weren’t like it. There was no lying around killing time for 15 minutes in an attempt to artificially inflate the match length to make it better resemble an epic; Nakajima and Cage went for the kill from the get go, and then continued to relentlessly pursue the kill for the rest of the match. It was a terrific David vs. Goliath match, Cage just bulldozing Nakajima with a relentless tidal wave of power moves while Nakajima tried his best to whittle the Machine down with clattering strikes. He also pulled off possibly the most beautiful Canadian Destroyer of the year. Somehow, despite the thundering pace of the entire bout, the finishing stretch still managed to move into another gear and feel like a proper crescendo, with Cage just incapable of putting Nakajima away and the drama ratcheting up with every near fall. A terribly underrated classic between two terribly underrated wrestlers.” -Jack Stevenson

#69
Cassandra Miyagi, DASH Chisako & Meiko Satomura vs. Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate
9/3
CHIKARA
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 14
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 4th

“The final of King Of Trios 2017 gave us a fantastic clash between British Strong Style and Team Sendai Girls. BSS get some of their spots used against them like Satomura getting to bite Dunne’s fingers. Then of course there is DASH’s big dive from the castle stage in what was the most memorable spot of the entire weekend.” -Jamie O’Doherty

#68
Dick Togo vs. Daisuke Sasaki
4/14
DDT / DAMNATION
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 8
Highest Vote: 2nd

“This match felt like a 1992 WCW Worldwide match in the best way. Multiple storylines are at play throughout the match, with Togo and Sasaki’s teacher/student relationship playing out throughout the match in the form of matwork and dueling crossfaces during the final moments. Great selling by both guys, cool use of big moves as transitions, and a lot of nice character work like Sasaki resorting to his classic heel tactics to offset Togo’s veteran wrestling prowess.” -Drew Wardlaw





#67
South Pacific Power Trip vs. Sami Callihan/Shane Strickland
3/31
PROGRESS
Total Votes: 2
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 8
Highest Vote: 1st

“Everyone does what they do best in a way that leads to a tonne of exciting multi-man spots. Everyone brings something unique to the table, and the pace never lets up.” -David Dunn

#66
Will Ospreay vs Adam Brooks
8/5
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 4th

“Built as a first-time dream match for MCW fans, that’s all you need to know to experience Brooks vs. Ospreay. Everyone knows what Ospreay can do, and Brooks is right there with him every step of the way as both men try to one-up each other and leave with the MCW Intercommonwealth Championship.” -David Dunn

#65
CWF Rumble
10/14
CWF Mid-Atlantic
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Probably the best Rumble match I’ve ever seen, and definitely the best Rumble match I’ve ever seen at the independent level. What was really incredible about this is that it’s a match that actually improved with multiple viewings. I’ve seen it 4 or 5 times now, and every time I get more out of it. Despite having the handicap of an obvious finish (Trevor Lee’s title was on the line and he was the first entrant by virtue of Roy Wilkins cashing in his Golden Ticket, but I don’t think very many people thought there was any way he was losing), the promotion managed to keep the match interesting and exciting from bell-to-bell mixing in actually funny comedy, surprises that clicked, hot runs that kept you on your toes. Most notably the match was really about who the last man standing opposite from Trevor Lee would be, and in this case it was the best rookie in wrestling Cain Justice. The closing minutes of the match had all the drama of a great Lee title defense, against the person who many people felt eclipsed him as the week-to-week MVP of the promotion in 2017. It was a great way to set the stage for what is sure to be a tremendous title match down the road, and a perfect to establish Cain as the presumptive heir to the throne in Gibsonville.” -Dylan Hales

#64
Matt Riddle vs WALTER
7/9
PROGRESS
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“As someone who watched every Progress chapter show this year, this was my Progress match of the year. This was a breakout year for WALTER, and that was in no small part due to his trilogy with Matt Riddle in Progress. This was the second of the three, and it was great due to WALTER learning to adapt from his earlier bout with Riddle. Riddle broke him down the first time, but he couldn’t get lucky twice as WALTER beat him down and tapped him out to win the Atlas Title. This was a defining feud for Progress in 2017, and for very good reason.” -Suit Williams

#63
Pete Dunne vs. Tyler Bate
1/15
WWE
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 15
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 5th

“I’m from the same hometown as Tyler Bate so naturally there is a little bit of bias towards him. Dudley isn’t really known for very much, so to see a young lad from my neck of the woods be showcased on the WWE Network and make history was surreal. Tyler was 19 years old when this match happened and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a better teenager in the ring. The WWE UK tournament got off to a slow start on night 1, but night 2 turned into one of the most enjoyable shows all year from start to finish in front of a passionate crowd in Blackpool. Pete Dunne is someone I think everyone predicted to do very well, stand out from the crowd and be the hot favourite to win the championship, so it was all the more surprising when he lost to Bate in the final and WWE decided they were going to make two stars for the future from the tournament, not just one. If he stays on the same path, Tyler Bate should go on to become one of the great wrestlers of his generation.” -Ed Mills

#62
Iron Kid vs. Demus
6/18
Lucha Memes
Total Votes: 2
Overall Points: 16
Average Points Per Vote: 8
Highest Vote: 3rd

“The match that helped me truly appreciate lucha libre. Demus is this angry little troll that goes after this plucky young high flyer on a dirt floor in front of like thirty people. It ruled.” -Aqeel Khalid

#61
Cavernario vs. Volador Jr.
6/20
CMLL
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 16
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“Volador is booked as CMLL’s top wrestler, and can do his incredible athletic match with anyone. Cavernario might actually be CMLL’s best wrestler, and brought Volador’s very general match into something more because his of aggression and energy. Volador was less going from big move to big move, but just trying to survive against the wildman. The crowd bought into it, bought into moves that are never work in big matches a finishes, just because Cavernario is so really good.” -thecubsfan





#60
Kento Miyahara vs Bodyguard
2/26
AJPW
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 16
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“BODY-GAH! BODY-GAH! With his hometown Osaka fans loudly cheering him on, The Bodyguard’s challenge for Kento Miyahara’s Triple Crown title was one for the ages. The short brute pulled out everything he had, kicked out of everything Miyahara could throw at him, but All Japan’s ace was ultimately too much for him on this night. When you combine the way Bodyguard fed off the crowd with a strong match structure and the usual stellar performance from Miyahara, you got one of the best matches of 2017.” -John Carroll

#59
Barbaro Cavernario & Volador Jr. vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Valiente
2/24
CMLL
Total Votes: 2
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 17
Average Points Per Vote: 9
Highest Vote: 1st

“This was fun. Rivals teaming up to win a tournament and the final is always great and this one was exactly that. Of course you had a lot dives. Your mandatory Volador Jr. crazy bump to the floor. Ultimo Guerrero doing a deadlift suplex. Dives into the crowd. Cavernario getting the win for his team and after the win, he ran out and hugged his parents in the crowd.” -Alfredo Esparza

#58
Timothy Thatcher vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
2/25
EVOLVE
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 17
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 5th

“ZSJ’s victory over Thatcher for the EVOLVE Championship felt like a magical moment. Being there live might skew my opinion of the match and place higher than other’s have, but the real hate that Thatcher drew from the La Boom crowd in New York added another level of enjoyment here. The near falls were edge of your seat because you could feel that everyone wanted Thatcher’s reign to finally end. Thatcher may have been at his absolute best during this match and a win might have seen a legitimate riot. ZSJ win here felt special-it was was just as much a moment for him as it was for fans who had been clamoring for a title change for a good long while.” -Rich Laconi

#57
Nick Gage vs. Matt Tremont
6/3
GCW
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 17
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 4th

“2017 was the year of Nick Gage’s redemption, and it began here at Tournament of Survival, his first show back. He let out years of pent up frustration and thanked his fans that stuck with him in a way that only he could: be absolutely brutalizing both himself and Matt Tremont in one of the best US deathmatches I’ve ever seen. Tremont was game to prove that he picked up the deathmatch ball in Gage’s absence and saved the genre. At the end, both men, bloody and barely standing, emerged changed forever and proved that they were true titans who would give whatever they had to show that they were the best. While they had two other matches after this that were even more brutal and over the top than this, this one was more succinct and had the most lasting impact.” -Kevin Hare

#56
Jeff Cobb vs. Matt Riddle
5/28
PROGRESS
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 17
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 2nd

“I’d have had this higher up, but this felt like it blew by live – a hell of a fun sprint” -Ian Hamilton

#55
Psycho Clown vs Dr.Wagner Jr
8/27
AAA
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 17
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 2nd

“TripleMania XXV was a show with lots of ups and downs, a polarizing event that gave us matches to forget and some others to remember. This felt important since minute 1. Psycho, the face and present Ace of the company versus Wagner, the former Ace of AAA. Before this match some people said that there was no way AAA would unmask Wagner, remembering other controversial ending where no one lost their mask. This was not the case. The crowd was on fire, cheering for Wagner but turning at the end and supporting Psycho. The electricity on the crowd was something that elevated this match to another level. Psycho and Wagner gave their 100%, going for every move that they know. El Hijo de Dr. Wagner Jr. tried to interfered in the match, but at the end, Psycho won. A great way to unmask Wagner and also, a great way to make Psycho Clown look like the best man on the Mexican company.” -Gin Malkavar

#54
Gunner Miller vs. Matt Riddle
8/5
Scenic City Invitational
Total Votes: 3
Overall Points: 18
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 2nd

“I am biased, and struggled with whether or not to recuse myself on this match. But ultimately I couldn’t. I have never rewatched a match more times within the year it occurred than I have with this match, and the match is still only 5 months old as I type this. Just a tremendous, clash of the titans, sprint that actually plays off of multiple stories, including Riddle’s SS16 flash victory over Trent Seven, Gunner Miller’s round two opener v. Joey Lynch from the year before, and the dynamic that had been established between the men at the end of the 2016 Scenic City Invitational. The feeling in the building when Riddle kicked out of the superplex/jackhammer combo is impossible to describe, but it translates pretty darn well to tape. There aren’t many matches of this length in wrestling history that were this good. ” -Dylan Hales

#53
CK-1 vs. Speed Muscle
7/23
Dragon Gate
Total Votes: 3
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 18
Average Points Per Vote: 6
Highest Vote: 1st

“This was the peak of the CK-1 reign. They had beaten teams they could coast past on experience alone, but DoiYoshi push them to their limits. DK had to resort to the Dragonrana to win, for the first time in several years.” -jae

#52
Kenny Omega vs Michael Elgin
7/27
NJPW
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 18
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“Two guys who know how to tiptoe on the edge of doing too much staying on the good side of the line and come up with a near classic. If Elgin remains in his current role in New Japan this year, I wouldn’t be shocked to see another great match like this from these two.” -Michael Levy

#51
Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Hikaru Shida
8/20
OZ Academy
Total Votes: 4
Overall Points: 18
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“In many ways, Hiroyo Matsumoto’s 2017 could be compared to Kazuchika Okada’s. Both wrestlers had plenty of high-quality singles matches, a near-year-long title reign, and headlined the biggest show in their respective fields. But while Okada started 2017 off on a high note, Matsumoto gradually built to her zenith throughout the first half of the year. Her match against Hikaru Shida was the point where Matsumoto’s year shifted from “great” to “incredible”. The build to the match was great–Matsumoto was a dominant OZ Academy champ and Shida had to overcome a brutally unfair match against Mayumi Ozaki and pals. And, of course, the match itself delivered as Matsumoto’s power and Shida’s fearlessness were the ideal ingredients for an unforgettable match.” -Derek Tillotson

PlaceMatchDatePromotionFirst Place VotesTotal VotesOverall PointsAverage Points Per Vote
51Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Hikaru Shida8/20OZ Academy04184.5
52Kenny Omega vs. Michael Elgin7/27NJPW04184.5
53CK-1 vs. Speed Muscle7/23Dragon Gate13186.0
54Gunner Miller vs. Matt Riddle8/5Scenic City Invitational03186.0
55Psycho Clown vs. Dr.Wagner Jr8/27AAA03175.7
56Jeff Cobb vs. Matt Riddle5/28PROGRESS03175.7
57Nick Gage vs. Matt Tremont6/3GCW03175.7
58Timothy Thatcher vs. Zack Sabre Jr.2/25EVOLVE03175.7
59Barbaro Cavernario & Volador Jr. vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Valiente2/24CMLL12178.5
60Kento Miyahara vs. Bodyguard2/26AJPW03165.3
61Cavernario vs. Volador Jr.6/20CMLL03165.3
62Iron Kid vs. Demus6/18Lucha Memes02168.0
63Pete Dunne vs. Tyler Bate1/15WWE04153.8
64Matt Riddle vs. Walter7/9PROGRESS03155.0
65CWF Rumble10/14CWF Mid-Atlantic03155.0
66Will Ospreay vs. Adam Brooks8/5MCW03155.0
67South Pacific Power Trip vs. Sami Callihan/Shane Strickland3/31PROGRESS12157.5
68Dick Togo vs. Daisuke Sasaki4/14DDT / DAMNATION02157.5
69Cassandra Miyagi, DASH Chisako & Meiko Satomura vs. Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate9/3CHIKARA03144.7
70Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Brian Cage7/27Pro Wrestling NOAH03144.7
71CIMA, Dragon Kid & Eita vs. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino & Kotoka vs. Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk & El Lindaman9/5Dragon Gate111414.0
71Kotori & Riho vs. Masahiro Takanashi & Emi Sakura3/28Gatoh Move111414.0
71Matt Tremont vs. Nick Gage9/16GCW111414.0
71Jushin Liger vs. Will Ospreay vs. Marty Scurll vs. KUSHIDA7/8RPW111414.0
75Kenoh vs. Eddie Edwards12/22Pro Wrestling NOAH04133.3
76YAMATO & Kzy & BxB Hulk vs. Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino & Jason Lee12/23Dragon Gate03134.3
76Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Negro Navarro4/28Lucha Memes03134.3
78Go Shiozaki vs. Kenoh11/19Pro Wrestling NOAH03134.3
79Taichi vs. TAKA Michinoku5/18NJPW02136.5
79Ilja Dragunov vs. John Klinger12/23wXw02136.5
81WALTER vs. Zack Sabre Jr.10/21PWG05122.4
82Kento Miyahara vs. Shuji Ishikawa8/27AJPW05122.4
83Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenoh10/14Pro Wrestling NOAH04123.0
84Prince Puma vs. Johnny Mundo10/18Lucha Underground03124.0
85Daga/Penta vs. LA Park/Rey Escorpion3/1AULL02126.0
86Shuji Ishikawa & Suwama vs. Kento Miyahara & Yoshitatsu12/12AJPW04112.8
87Timothy Thatcher vs. Daniel Makabe7/283-2-1 BATTLE!03113.7
88Daisuke Harada vs. Minoru Tanaka12/23Pro Wrestling NOAH02115.5
89Fenix/Penta vs. Ricochet/Matt Sydal vs. Young Bucks3/18PWG02115.5
90Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Chris Hero1/28EVOLVE04102.5
91Will Ospreay vs. Robbie Eagles vs. Adam Brooks8/19MCW03103.3
91British Strong Style4/23PROGRESS03103.3
93Low Ki vs. Sami Callihan3/17AAW02105.0
94Travis Banks vs. Tyler Bate5/29PROGRESS02105.0
95Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens10/8WWE02105.0
96Hideki Suzuki vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani5/25BJW02105.0
96Kenny Omega vs. Michael Elgin7/1NJPW02105.0
96Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns4/30WWE02105.0
99The Young Bucks vs. Matt and Jeff Hardy4/1Ring of Honor0393.0
100Naruki Doi & Masato Yoshino vs. Jimmy Susumu & Ryo "Jimmy" Saito8/8Dragon Gate0393.0
101Mike Bailey vs. Will Ospreay8/24WCPW0393.0
102Flamita vs. Fenix10/5The Crash0294.5
103Ben-K, Big R Shimizu, Naruki Doi, and Takehiro Yamamura vs. Cyber Kong, El Lindaman, Shingo Takagi, and T-Hawk2/2Dragon Gate0294.5
103Takehiro Yamamura vs. Big R Shimizu2/2Dragon Gate0294.5
105Taya vs. Ayako Hamada4/21AAA0294.5
105Sekimoto/Sato vs. Takagi/Okabayashi9/20BJW0294.5
107Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Takashi Sugiura1/7Pro Wrestling NOAH0199.0
107Rey Fénix vs. Flamita11/29The Crash0199.0
109Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kenny Omega3/12NJPW0284.0
110Keith Lee vs. Donovan Dijak3/31EVOLVE0284.0
111Danshoku Dino vs. Joey Ryan3/20DDT0188.0
111BxB Hulk & Kzy vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Susumu Yokosuka12/1Dragon Gate0188.0
113Kazuchika Okada vs. Minoru Suzuki2/5NJPW0273.5
114Kohei Sato & Shuji Ishikawa vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi1/2BJW0177.0
114Trevor Lee vs. Alex Daniels4/29CWF Mid-Atlantic0177.0
114CIMA, Dragon Kid, Eita, Takehiro Yamamura & Naruki Doi vs. Shingo Takagi, T-Hawk, El Lindaman, YASSHI & Punch Tominaga3/8Dragon Gate0177.0
114Arisa Nakajima vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto3/26Ice Ribbon0177.0
114Jordan Devlin vs. Matt Riddle11/4OTT0177.0
114Atsushi Kotoge & Naomichi Marufuji vs. Go Shiozaki & Maybach Taniguchi1/7Pro Wrestling NOAH0177.0
114Hechicero vs. Caifan1/6Promociones Cholo de Tijuana0177.0
114Yoko Bito vs. Takumi Iroha10/17STARDOM0177.0
114AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor10/22WWE0177.0
123Travis Banks vs. Will Ospreay12/30PROGRESS0263.0
123Shotaro Ashino vs. Jiro Kuroshio9/2Wrestle-10263.0
125Gran Prix Torneo Cibernetico9/1CMLL0263.0
126Undisputed Era vs. Sanity vs. Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong11/18WWE NXT0263.0
127Gringo Loco/Steve Pain vs. DJZ/Laredo Kid vs. Flip Kendrick/Facade vs. Cheech/Colin Delaney3/24AIW0166.0
127Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Hideki Suzuki3/30BJW0166.0
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.4/7CMLL0166.0
127Konosuke Takeshita vs. KUDO1/29DDT0166.0
127YAMATO vs. Masaaki Mochizuki9/18Dragon Gate0166.0
127Hiromu Takahashi vs. KUSHIDA4/9NJPW0166.0
127KUSHIDA vs. Ryusuke Taguchi5/29NJPW0166.0
127Jack Sexsmith vs. Paul Robinson4/23PROGRESS0166.0
127Psycho Mike Rollins vs. Braxton Sutter8/13Smash Wrestling0166.0
127Ringkampf vs. Massive Product10/8wXw0166.0
137Zach Sabre Jr vs. Tomohiro Ishii8/11NJPW0351.7
138Zack Sabre Jr vs. Lio Rush5/21EVOLVE0252.5
138KUSHIDA vs. Hiromu Tanahashi6/11NJPW0252.5
138Axel Dieter Jr. & WALTER vs. Jurn Simmons & David Starr2/24wXw0252.5
141Cavernario and Volador Jr. vs. Ultimo Guerrero and Valiente11/17CMLL0155.0
141Kazusada Higuchi vs. Konosuke Takeshita1/17DDT0155.0
141Konosuke Takeshita vs. Mike Bailey7/2DDT0155.0
141Big Boss MA-G-MA & Black Buffalo vs. Konosuke Takeshita & Shigehiro Irie7/16DDT0155.0
141Matt Riddle vs. Kyle O’Reilly5/6OTT0155.0
141Corey Hollis vs. David Starr5/21PWX0155.0
141Matt Taven vs. Flip Gordon11/11Ring of Honor0155.0
141Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Marty Scurll1/21RPW0155.0
141Asuka vs. Nikki Cross6/28WWE NXT0155.0
150Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Yuji Nagata7/23NJPW0341.3
151South Pacific Power Trip4/1WWN0242.0
152Kento Miyahara vs. Shuji Ishikawa5/21AJPW0144.0
152El Soberano Jr., Rey Cometa & The Panther vs. El Cuatrero, Forastero & Sanson8/4CMLL0144.0
152Trevor Lee vs. Nick Richards6/24CWF Mid-Atlantic0144.0
152Jimmy Kagetora vs. Takehiro Yamamura5/5Dragon Gate0144.0
152Keith Lee vs. Ricochet3/30EVOLVE0144.0
152Joey Janela vs. Marty Jannetty3/30GCW0144.0
152Caifan vs. Mr Niebla12/24Lucha Memes0144.0
152Tiger Mask W vs. Kazuchika Okada3/6NJPW0144.0
152Mark Andrews vs. Flamita5/27PROGRESS0144.0
152Sareee vs. Yoshiko3/16SEAdLINNNG0144.0
152Drew McIntyre vs. Andrade Cien Almas11/18WWE NXT0144.0
152The Rottweilers10/7wXw0144.0
164Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Naoya Nomura & KAI8/27AJPW0231.5
164Hideki Suzuki vs. Daisuke Sekimoto3/5BJW0231.5
164Big Show vs. Braun Strowman2/20WWE0231.5
167Soberano Jr. vs. Sanson4/28CMLL0133.0
167Roy Wilkins vs. Snooty Foxx5/13CWF Mid-Atlantic0133.0
167HARASHIMA vs. Tetsuya Endo6/25DDT0133.0
167Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Takehiro Yamamura2/12Dragon Gate0133.0
167Shingo Takagi vs. BxB Hulk6/1Dragon Gate0133.0
167Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Big R Shimizu9/5Dragon Gate0133.0
167James Drake, Anthony Henry vs. Jaka, Chris Dickinson7/8EVOLVE0133.0
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167Maya Yukihi vs. Risa Sera8/27Ice Ribbon0133.0
167Masahito Kakihara vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara8/14Kakiride0133.0
167Extreme Tiger vs. Virus7/15Lucha Memes0133.0
167Kenny Omega vs. Minoru Suzuki7/20NJPW0133.0
167Kenny Omega vs. Toru Yano7/22NJPW0133.0
167Mike Bailey vs. Matt Riddle10/7OTT0133.0
167SPPT vs. Mustache Mountain3/19PROGRESS0133.0
167Delilah Doom vs. Eli Everfly8/5Sabotage Wrestling0133.0
167Arisa Nakajima vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto5/24SEAdLINNNG0133.0
167Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami8/24SEAdLINNNG0133.0
186Zeuxis vs. Princesa Sugehit9/16CMLL0221.0
187Sam Adonis vs. Blue Panther Jr.8/4CMLL0122.0
187El Lindaman vs. Takehiro Yamamura8/26Dragon Gate0122.0
187Nick Gage vs. Matt Tremont12/16GCW0122.0
187Trevor Lee vs. Michael Elgin6/3MVW0122.0
187Minoru Suzuki vs. Hirooki Goto6/11NJPW0122.0
187The Young Bucks vs. Roppongi Vice6/11NJPW0122.0
187Yuji Nagata vs. Tomohiro Ishii8/1NJPW0122.0
187Arik Royal vs. Logan Easton LaRoux9/22NOVA Pro0122.0
187Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate vs. Angel Cruz, B. Cool & Tyler Bate6/4OTT0122.0
187Fenix/Penta/Daga vs. Sami Callahan/OI4K10/6PCW0122.0
187Zack Sabre Jr. & Marty Scurll vs. Chuck Taylor and Trent3/18PWG0122.0
187Will Ospreay vs. Jay White5/12Ring of Honor0122.0
187Sebastian Suave vs. Rosemary4/9Smash Wrestling0122.0
187Kairi Hojo vs. Jungle Kyona2/23STARDOM0122.0
187Io Shirai & Meiko Satomura vs. Mayu Iwatani & Chihiro Hashimoto3/9STARDOM0122.0
187Braun Strowman vs. Big Show4/17WWE0122.0
187John Cena vs. Roman Reigns9/24WWE0122.0
187Johnny Gargano vs. Andrade ‘Cien’ Almas8/19WWE NXT0122.0
205Drew Galloway vs. DJZ3/17AAW0111.0
205Keith Lee vs. Sami Callihan7/15AAW0111.0
205Sammy Guevera vs. ACH11/25AAW0111.0
205Matt Tremont vs. Matt Riddle3/19Beyond Wrestling0111.0
205Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto vs. Jaki Numazawa & Kenji Fukimoto9/20BJW0111.0
205Microman & El Gallito vs. Zacarias El Perico & Mije4/30CMLL0111.0
205Micro Man & Gallito vs. Chamuel & Mije9/5CMLL0111.0
205Konosuke Takeshita vs. Keisuke Ishii7/23DDT0111.0
205Susumu Yokosuka vs. Shun Skywalker12/3Dragon Gate0111.0
205Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Keith Lee9/23EVOLVE0111.0
205Love Making Demon vs. Jack Sexsmith9/16GOOD Wrestling0111.0
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205Iron Kid vs. Demus 3166/18Lucha Memes0111.0
205Prince Puma vs. Dante Fox8/2Lucha Underground0111.0
205Kazuchika Okada vs. Satoshi Kojima7/27NJPW0111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. Speedball Mike Bailey2/4OTT0111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. David Starr9/2OTT0111.0
205Jordan Devlin vs. Shane Strickland9/24OTT0111.0
205Atsushi Kotoge & Go Shiozaki vs. Maybach Taniguchi & Naomichi Marufuji4/5Pro Wrestling NOAH0111.0
205Meiko Satomura vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto4/6Sendai Girls0111.0
205Mike Bailey vs. Matt Riddle12/17Smash Wrestling0111.0
205Desmond Xavier vs. Shane Strickland vs. Fenix2/19Wrestle Circus0111.0
205Braun Strowman vs. Big Show4/9WWE0111.0
205Asuka vs. Ember Moon8/19WWE NXT0111.0
205Pete Dunne vs. Johnny Gargano11/22WWE NXT0111.0
205Johnny Gargano vs. Kassius Ohno12/6WWE NXT0111.0
208Asuka vs. Ember Moon8/19WWE NXT0111.0
208Pete Dunne vs. Johnny Gargano11/22WWE NXT0111.0
208Johnny Gargano vs. Kassius Ohno12/6WWE NXT0111.0