And then there were 10.

We reveal the matches that finished #25-11 including some surprising matches from the world of BJW, a SummerSlam main event and two Kenny Omega vs. Tomohiro Ishii matches.

2017 Match of the Year Archives

Voices of Wrestling Match of the Year Archives

Tomohiro Ishii vs Kenny Omega
Total Votes: 10
Overall Points: 47
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“When it comes to these two, a lot of people will bring up their first meeting in the New Japan Cup (where Ishii scored what some might see as an upset win), or their epic encounter in the Finals of the IWGP United States Title Tournament. However, I feel like their second bout tends to get forgotten about, which is a damn shame, because it was AWESOME. There was insane action from start to finish, along with some incredible moments, such as Ishii hitting a freaking reverse rana on Omega!! Words can’t do this match justice. They absolutely killed it, and again, it sucks that this particular bout has gotten lost in the shuffle. If for some reason, you haven’t seen this one, you need to. It might not be a top-tier MOTY contention, but it absolutely deserves to be in the conversation.” -Sean Sedor

Will Ospreay vs Zack Sabre Jr.
Total Votes: 10
Overall Points: 47
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Hey Ospreay goes full force with super sympathetic athletic babyface who picks his hope spots and always feels like a believable challenger against A Sabre Jr that is EVIL, and by god does EVIL Sabre Jr produce magic, grinding his elbows on Ospreay’s Back Cup Marks made me cringe due to how gross it seemed & Ospreay did some excellent comebacks, this was all their heavily touted previous matches with a story heading into the match and a clear heel/face.” -Parm Mann

Masashi Takeda vs Masaya Takahashi
Total Votes: 13
Overall Points: 49
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 2nd

“In what may have been the best year for deathmatch wrestling in its history, this was the greatest of them all. Take your favorite NEVER title style slugfest and litter the canvas with broken glass. That’s this match. Before any light tubes are even broken, Takahashi sets the tone for this encounter by dumping a bucket of glass shards in the middle of the ring. What makes this match even better is the pinch of absurdity in the form of the Christmas themed stipulation. There’s something amazing about a man being slammed through a pane of glass with “MERRY CHRISTMAS” painted across it. Takeda and Takahashi had a series of awesome matches that are must see for deathmatch fans and are well worth checking out for non-deathmatch fans. This blood soaked, glass covered, hard hitting contest was one for the ages.” -Kelly Harrass

Kazuchika Okada vs. Michael Elgin
Total Votes: 11
Overall Points: 50
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 4th

“In a G1 full of incredible matches, this one stands out to me as one of the best that B Block had to offer. Elgin did seemingly EVERYTHING in his power to try to beat Okada, unleashed every Powerbomb that he has his inventory. He even countered the Rainmaker into a Pop-Up Powerbomb that looked INSANE. But it still wasn’t enough to win what was a superb match. Okada was his usual awesome self, but the phrase “looked good in defeat” applies 100% to Elgin here.” -Andrew Rich

Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe vs. Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman
Total Votes: 14
Overall Points: 53
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 4th

“Un duelo del que no esperaba nada, se me hacía malo. Pero aunque no hubo mucha técnica, ni vuelos, los golpes duros, los castigos y la forma en que se fue llevando la lucha hicieron que se convirtiera en un gran combate.” -Apolo Valdés

“If I told you a match featuring not one, not two, not three, but four of WWE’s top “big” men would be a recipe for maybe the greatest fatal 4-way of all time, I don’t think you’d have believed me. Lesnar, Joe, Reigns, and Strowman provided fans with nonstop action in what might have been the best SummerSlam main event since John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan in 2013. This match is a perfect example of what happens when WWE actually protects its top acts over time, as you could realistically believe any of these men could walk out of SummerSlam as Universal Champion. As much as I respect Reigns’ and Joe’s in-ring ability, I believe Strowman came out of this match as the MVP with several memorable spots and plenty of creative momentum on his side. Lesnar certainly played his part as well, selling the devastation caused by Strowman and just narrowly escaping the jaws of defeat with his Universal Title reign intact.” -Fred Richani

Killshot vs. Dante Fox
Lucha Underground
Total Votes: 8
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 54
Average Points Per Vote: 7
Highest Vote: 1st

“You know how sometimes people say that a wrestler has no regard for their own safety? Dante (AR) Fox has an active disdain for his own well being. This is how you do a grudge match. There was no cuteness to this; these two men wanted to end each other. One of the most memorable images of the entire year came from this match when Dante Fox landed on a stretcher off the top rope and left a piece of himself. Literally. I’m not kidding. A chunk of Dante Fox’s back stayed on the stretcher as he flew off of it. I still haven’t stopped seeing that every time I close my eyes. Please send help.” -Jeremy Sexton

Rush vs LA Park
Total Votes: 8
First Place Votes: 2
Overall Points: 54
Average Points Per Vote: 7
Highest Vote: 1st

“This was great! A great brawl all over the building. Lots of foreign objects and felt like a modern-day version of what I grew up watching in the ’80s with Bruiser Brody vs. Abdullah The Butcher. Two guys who always bring the wild, craziness to their matches. One only wishes that they’d sometimes end their matches a bit different and not with fouls, ref bumps, and any other silliness they can think of just to get out of a decisive win for either guy.” -Alfredo Esparza

“These two men were born to lucha brawl together. Rush is one of the most easy men to hate in all of wrestling and you just want to see your favorite skeleton dad smash his head open with a box of beer bottles. There’s a fantastic sense of escalation in the match, all leading up to a delightfully bonkers finish. These two big bulls will bludgeon each other into oblivion for as long as fans want to see it and judging from the heat of this crowd, the people will want to see it for quite some time.” -Kelly Harrass

Hideki Suzuki vs. Yuji Okabayashi
Total Votes: 6
First Place Votes: 2
Overall Points: 57
Average Points Per Vote: 10
Highest Vote: 1st

“No match was as captivating as this in 2018. A match pitting two distinct styles and strategies against one another and a battle playing out as such. What makes this so great is having a mind like Suzuki in the ring who will logically alter the strategy as the match develops. Sure, he wants an arm but he’s not being picky early on, just taking what he can, but when an actual opening comes up then the work becomes more focused. Okabayashi has one strategy and that’s to out power Suzuki, an area where he does possess an advantage. It isn’t as big as he thinks it is though and exploiting a chink in the armour completely changes what he’s capable of. Doesn’t mean he doesn’t stop trying he just isn’t as effective. Finishing stretch is marvelous but the entire match is so not sure I should single it out. Best match of the year and up there as one of the best ever.” -Sam DiMascio

“Probably the most compelling story told in a wrestling ring in 2017 that went completely against the grain of the homogenized modern style of wrestling with a bridge to Hideki Suzuki’s Billy Robinson inspired style to the modern style that is popular today. Styles make fights and this was technique vs power to a T that was surprisingly masterfully done by both men. Okabayashi mat wrestling not only was surprising but with Hideki there the big man completely held his own. In addition the match was connected through one of the best limbwork stories I can remember on offense with Hideki draining Okabayashi and constantly staying one step ahead of him throughout. Okabayashi does a wonderful job of selling in a way that isn’t too much but everything he did counted. And every thing in this match counted all the way up to the finish which not only fit in the match but was amazingly executed. It’s amazing that there’s a match without filler or pointless stuff out there and this fit what my vision of a perfect main event is and both men should be proud. I personally put a lot of time and effort into MOTY voting but usually there’s one match that jumps out at me as my easy #1 and this one is no different. This was a masterpiece.” -Dylan Harris

Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tetsuya Naito
Total Votes: 15
Overall Points: 60
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 3rd

“Tanahashi vs. Naito was the other big rivalry on New Japan on 2017, with everyone looking at the Omega-Okada feud. In their matches they told an epic tale of a fallen ace trying to find his place on the company, while Naito tried to found his way to achieve his dream, the main event of the Tokyo Dome. Very well worked match, with a great storytelling and with lots of callbacks of their previous matches. This is the way to make a rivalry, with every other match building up to the next one. Tanahashi tried to hurt Naito’s leg and win like he did on Dominion, with the Cloverleaf. El Ingobernable didn’t gave up and struggled to get the win against his past idol.” -Gin Malkavar

“I’ll never tire of watching these two try and one up each other all whilst Naito stays as Tranquilo as possible. A thoroughly enjoyable match that is something that you’ll always get when these two square off and just due to the elements surrounding this – it remains my favourite of their 2017 encounters.” -Sarah Flannery

The Usos vs. The New Day
Total Votes: 8
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 61
Average Points Per Vote: 8
Highest Vote: 1st

“Just an absolutely brutal war between these two teams, with lots of innovation and Xavier Woods pulling out an all time great babyface performance. The most extreme a PG Hell in a Cell has ever and maybe will ever get.” -Aqeel Khalid

“The final(ish) part of a long and superb rivalry. Xavier Woods and Big E represented New Day, and Woods in particular had a fantastic match. Hell in a Cell matches can go one of two ways, they can be amazing, or ridiculous. With New Day, and to a lesser extent the Usos’, history of having fun in the ring, this could have been either. As it turned out, there was plenty of fun, and it was also unexpectedly brutal. I’ve never seen someone imprisoned in the corner of the cell with kendo sticks before, that was inspired. Handcuffing Woods to the ringpost and beating him with kendo sticks was uncomfortable, but perfect. I don’t think there has been a tag team feud anywhere in 2017 where the teams had better chemistry. The Usos picked up the win, and the teams declared a truce, for now.” -Amanda Why

Tomohiro Ishii vs Kenny Omega
Total Votes: 17
Overall Points: 75
Average Points Per Vote: 4
Highest Vote: 3rd

“And so we came to the main event of the NJPW visit to the US, the finals of the US Title tournament; it was the exact match that I would have booked not only because both guys are great and not just because they have a great history, but because a guy like Ishii makes Omega up his game that much more in terms of creativity and atmosphere in a match. It had long been rumored that Omega would be the face of the North American expansion, he can cut a promo, he can speak Japanese and the Japanese have embraced him as a star. He can represent both sides of the coin very well, and his association with the Bucks can be a huge drawing card in the US. I keep discussing how under appreciated Tomohiro Ishii is by much of the fan base, and that continues to be the case and 99% of the talk was focused on Omega. Ishii is one of if not the most consistent performers of the last 3-4 years, always delivering, working as an iron man, and always putting on high caliber matches just like this. But he’s not Tanahashi, Okada, Shibata, Omega or Naito (who have all been really great for the last few years) so he has been not only overlooked, but in a way he’s almost been disrespected.

Omega and Ishii have developed such a great chemistry that their matches almost feel effortless, that is until they start lighting into each other and the aggression and intensity starts to grow, and grow, and grow. This match, like their others, doesn’t rely on basic face vs. heel dynamics, it’s the competition and sporting nature, like a real fight, that is played out through the rams of pro wrestling. Ishii takes the defacto babyface role in these matches, he’s so fired up and awesome that he’s impossible to ignore because he pulls you into his matches so easily. But on the flip side, when his opponent takes control, Ishii’s selling is second to none and he becomes one of the best babyfaces in wrestling; his struggles, his emotion, his facial expressions are all so on point that this man beast does something that other monstrous characters just can’t do; he can gain sympathy and his selling is just so real and believable. Lots of guys talk about being artists, but Ishii really is one.

The match had all of the hard-hitting action I expected; it had great counters, great drama and great moments. In the Ishii vs. Sabre match I spoke about the great submission/struggle spot by Ishii. They did a great spot here, which was in ways even better. Omega tried to German suplex Ishii off the apron and through the table, but Ishii kept fighting. Omega the tried to work his hand off the ropes and work for other suplexes, but Ishii kept fighting. Omega was finally looking for the dragon suplex and got Ishii’s hands off the ropes. But Ishii kept fighting and BIT DOWN ON THE ROPES to try and save himself in the ultimate act of desperation. Omega finally was able to fight and suplex him through the table in an incredible dramatic spot. They then played hard off of their previous matches in an insane closing stretch, filled with counters, V triggers and Ishii even stealing the one winged angel. But Omega was just too much, Ishii fought an amazing battle but eventually fell to the V trigger and one winged angel. This was absolutely fantastic, easily on par with their previous matches this year (also ****¾). This was worked with deeper sense of urgency, they played off of the previous matches very well and even improved on some of the minor flaws they had, but both were also content to not go balls to the wall, because they had each tasted defeat as they were tied 1-1 this year, so they were trying to be smarter. You really couldn’t have asked for a better match to close out the US debut, Ishii continues to be amazing, Omega continues to deliver in the big time matches and this was just amazing to set him up as the first US champion.” -Larry Csonka

Kazuchika Okada vs. Minoru Suzuki
Total Votes: 15
First Place Votes: 1
Overall Points: 76
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 1st

“This had drama and story in buckets. What I love about NJPW is that it rewards you for noticing small details. NJPW run an annual show in this building on 8/8 due to the 8/8/88 draw between Inoki and Fujinami. This is Suzuki’s hometown. Suzuki was a young boy in the opener of the ’88 show. Suzuki even uses the Enzuigiri and Octopus Stretch in tribute to Inoki. Okada is pursuing perfection, but Suzuki is no longer interested in winning the G1 and instead wants to cripple Okada as payback for the loss at New Beginning. Suzuki deliberately drags the match out to a draw to inflict as much damage on Okada as possible and exhaust him for his final match. Suzuki even goads Okada into a slapping match. Amazing drama.” -Joel Abraham

“Honestly I don’t know what to say about this, maybe I should talk about how Okada looked like he died trying to pull off a win in the middle of the G1, or MiSu pulling out one of his most viscous & violent performances in a long time, the brutality of the chops, how they both improved every aspect of their New Beginning match here, or how this just came out of nowhere for both men, creating a narrative and sticking to it during the match, instead I’ll say this, wrestling is an art form that relies on characters, stakes, tension & violence to blend into a performance that leaves the viewer feeling something, Okada vs MiSu did that.” -Parm Mann

Tetsuya Naito vs. Kota Ibushi
Total Votes: 16
Overall Points: 79
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Naito wrestled the G1 like he was in a video game, and Ibushi wrestles like that all the time, and thus two men had a match which should reasonably have been expected to kill one of them. When a piledriver off the second rope is a near-fall, you know some motherfuckers have got finishers stored up for DAYS.” -Jeff Martin

“Ibushi is back in Shin Nihon Puroresu and it feels glorious. The main event of the opening day of the G1 was for me it’s best match this year. So simple and so perfectly executed. Ibushi when he wants to be is the best wrestler in the world. If he wasn’t obsessed with shooting fireworks in the forest and wrestling as anime characters in opening matches he’d have a good shot at being the the top star in all of Japan. Naito was so precise here with his attacks though, everything he did was to further the damage to Ibushi’s neck and to make sure when he hit that Destino at the finish it would do the job. One of those matches that is just an absolute joy to watch again and again.” -Josh Robinson

AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar
Total Votes: 15
Overall Points: 81
Average Points Per Vote: 5
Highest Vote: 3rd

“In the best wrestling bait and switch in recent memory, the world was spared the ignominy of Brock vs. Jinder and gifted Brock vs. AJ. Lesnar seemed really up for this one, and it was a pleasant surprise how much of the latter half of the match he sold like hell for AJ. A classic example of the cliché of someone getting even more over than before that match in spite of losing.” -Dave Ryan

“There is NO ONE in the history that takes bumps in such enjoyable, beautiful fashion like AJ Styles. NO ONE. And then there’s NO ONE in the history that gives a menacing beating like Brock Lesnar does. NO ONE. When you combine those two factors together & add the fact that these 2 are also two of the greatest storytellers & sellers in the world at the moment, what you end up with is one of the greatest matches of all-time. An absolute masterpiece.” -Heikki Oinonen

Tetsuya Naito vs Hiroshi Tanahashi
Total Votes: 14
First Place Votes: 2
Overall Points: 94
Average Points Per Vote: 7
Highest Vote: 1st

“I’m not one for hyperbole, but I think the series of matches between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Tetsuya Naito is going to go down as one of the most overlooked and underappreciated series of all time because it cannot escape the huge shadow of the Okada/Omega matches that followed it. I wouldn’t be surprised if the G1 match between Tanahashi and Naito is the one that ranks highest on this countdown because it’s the only match of the three that got to main event and got at least a day to breathe and be talked about without a comparison to another high profile Okada/Omega match, so it might be the one the majority of fans remember more fondly and clearly. However it’s their Wrestle Kingdom match that I love the most. Great psychology, leg work, selling, call backs to their previous matches together. Top drawer. GO ACE.” -Ed Mills

“In any other year, this could easily be my match of the year. The trilogy of matches between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Tetsuya in 2017 was tremendous and their rivalry is a major contender for feud of the year. This match not only had a high level of in ring work, but it had an equally high level story being told. Naito is one of the top guys in New Japan Pro Wrestling and Tanahashi was the top guy for many years. After a year of not being in the spotlight, Tanahashi wanted to prove he still belongs at the top by challenging for Naito’s Intercontinental Championship. Coming out to new music he hoped to revitalize his career to show he still has a lot left. Both men worked their opponent’s leg to the point where they were standing and just kicking each other’s knee. This was a nice call back to their G1 match in 2013 when Naito was fresh off a return from a knee injury. Post match, Naito gave a fist bump to a laid out Tanahashi’s chest as well as a slight bow to show some rarely given respect to the main that he beat.” -Brian Kline

PlaceMatchDatePromotionFirst Place VotesTotal VotesOverall PointsAverage Points Per Vote
11Tetsuya Naito vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi1/4NJPW214946.7
12AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar11/19WWE015815.4
13Tetsuya Naito vs. Kota Ibushi7/17NJPW016794.9
14Kazuchika Okada vs. Minoru Suzuki8/8NJPW115765.1
15Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kenny Omega7/2NJPW017754.4
16The Usos vs. The New Day10/8WWE18617.6
17Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tetsuya Naito8/11NJPW015604.0
18Hideki Suzuki vs. Yuji Okabayashi5/5BJW26579.5
19Rush vs. LA Park3/11Bacaral28546.8
20Killshot vs. Dante Fox9/27Lucha Underground18546.8
21Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe vs. Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman8/20WWE014533.8
22Kazuchika Okada vs. Michael Elgin7/22NJPW011504.5
23Masashi Takeda vs. Masaya Takahashi12/17BJW013493.8
24Will Ospreay vs. Zach Sabre Jr.11/10RPW010474.7
25Tomohiro Ishii vs. Kenny Omega5/3NJPW010474.7
26Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Kota Ibushi11/5NJPW012453.8
27Authors of Pain vs. DIY vs. Revival4/1WWE NXT09434.8
28Konosuke Takeshita vs. HARASHIMA3/20DDT16437.2
29Hirooki Goto vs. Katsuyori Shibata1/4NJPW011413.7
30WALTER vs. David Starr10/28wXw09394.3
31Hiromu Takahashi vs. Dragon Lee2/11NJPW09374.1
32Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar4/2WWE011363.3
33Velveteen Dream vs. Aleister Black11/18WWE NXT18354.4
34Tomohiro Ishii vs. Keith Lee11/9RPW08354.4
35Chip Day vs. Trevor Lee3/25CWF Mid-Atlantic15357.0
36Chuck Taylor vs. Zack Sabre Jr7/7PWG06335.5
37Zack Sabre Jr vs. Michael Elgin5/6AAW05275.4
38Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay5/18NJPW06264.3
39Authors of Pain vs. DIY5/20WWE NXT05265.2
40Mayu Iwatani vs. Io Shirai6/21STARDOM13258.3
41Tetsuya Naito vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi6/11NJPW04246.0
42Keith Lee vs. Donovan Dijak9/3PWG06223.7
43WALTER vs. David Starr WXW3/10wXw05224.4
44WrestleCon 10 Man Tag3/31WrestleCon04215.3
45The New Day vs. The Usos8/20WWE04215.3
46Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Susumu Yokosuka11/3Dragon Gate03217.0
47KUSHIDA vs. Hiromu Takahashi1/4NJPW07202.9
48SUWAMA vs. Kento Miyahara10/9AJPW04194.8
49Minoru Suzuki vs. Sanshiro Takagi6/1DDT03196.3
50South Pacific Power Trip vs. Ringkampf1/29PROGRESS05183.6
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 Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) vs. Ringkampf (Axel Dieter Jr., Timothy Thatcher & WALTER)4/23PROGRESS03103.3
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 Rottweilers (Homicide & Low Ki) vs Ringkampf (WALTER & Timothy Thatcher)10/7wXw0144.0
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
167Go Shiozaki and Naoya Nomura vs. Yuji Okabayashi and Kaito Kiyomiya6/14Fortune Dream0133.0
167Fenix/Penta vs. DJZ/Billy Star vs. Gringo Loco/Skayde Jr.9/10GALLI0133.0
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
205Scott Steiner and Josh Mathews vs. Jeremy Borash and Joseph Park7/2Impact Wrestling0111.0
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