This week on Wrestling Omakase we talk an excellent show in the NJPW Best of the Super Juniors and a pretty good one from the DDT D-Ou GP, plus we take a dive through the history of IWGP Tag Team Champions and more!

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John is joined by returning guest TJ (@aspir_) from the One Wrestling Podcast (@onewrestlingpod) as they start with what’s new lately (not much, obviously) and then move quickly into these two shows, starting with the NJPW Best of the Super Juniors Night 6. The two of them break down a great show, easily the best of the tournament so far, including an excellent Hiromu-Eagles main event and a whole lot more. Plus they discuss some of their favorite and least favorite performers in the tournament so far in general.

Then they head over to DDT to break down Night 4 of their annual D-Ou Grand Prix, which thankfully is quite a bit better than nights 2 or 3, thanks mostly to an excellent Endo-Ueno match. They break down all the matches on the card including some funny comedy stuff and also discuss why Konosuke Takeshita’s tournament isn’t really working for them right now.

Finally, they wrap things up with a brief mailbag, including a great question- “Dangerous Tekkers are the best tag champions in NJPW since (blank)”. This question sends them on a long trip back through NJPW’s quite inglorious heavyweight tag team champion history to find the answer!

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