Some of the year’s standout matches just miss the cut of the top 25 in Voices of Wrestling’s 2021 Match of the Year!



HARASHIMA vs. Yuji Okabayashi

Overall Points: 30
Total Votes: 4
% of Ballots: 2.3%
1 First-Place Vote

“I wrote about this in my column on PW musings so I’ll just repeat it here. The best thing that I did as a wrestling fan in 2021 was discover Yuji Okabayashi. A truly sensational all round performer who deserves all the appreciation that he gets. HARASHIMA needs no introduction. One of the greatest Wrestlers of all time and still going strong to this day. This was a showdown between the smile Pissari teammates on the final night of block matches from DDT D-oh Grand Prix and man what a ride it was. Played out three acts with fantastic mat work in the opening stretch and HARASHIMA going for the leg while Okabayashi clobbered him with the chops until it just comes into one when they’ve used up all their ideas and now it’s just a game of one upsmanship with both friends clobbering each other with one of the best strike exchanges you will see anywhere. And in between all that, the constant theme was them not being willing to give even an inch to the one another. An intense and absolutely wonderful bout. The match of the year.” -Ashutosh Dubey

Edge vs. Seth Rollins

Overall Points: 32
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
Highest Vote: 3rd

“My favorite WWE match of 2021 and a fitting finale to a feud that was way too brief. It also gets extra points for being the hottest match in the history of WWE’s Crown Jewel shows. Edge and Rollins are master storytellers inside the ropes.” -Jeuron Dove

Shingo Takagi vs. Zack Sabre Jr.

Overall Points: 32
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“Shingo is my wrestler of the year and Zack is one of my favorites. Here they both show why.” -Dave Musgrave

Kaito Kiyomiya & Yoshiki Inamura vs. The 37KAMIINA

Overall Points: 32
Total Votes: 8
% of Ballots: 4.5%
Highest Vote: 4th

“It’s amazing to think of how weirdly unique an event like CyberFight Festival was — and it just works! And this match was my favorite of the bunch, throwing awesome talents in a blender and giving us end results like Takeshita’s explosive power spots, the maybe-some-day potential of a Kiyomiya/Ueno rivalry and Inamura pouncing Take into the fifth dimension. So much fun.” -TDE

Violento Jack vs. Masashi Takeda

Overall Points: 33
Total Votes: 8
% of Ballots: 4.5%
Highest Vote: 4th

“BLOOD. AND. GUTS. Takeda’s death match style, which is essentially a G1 main event with ultraviolence, elevates him amongst the greats of professional bleeders. It turns out that the stakes of a grappling reversal sequence reach their highest heights when all of the holds are to prevent the opponent from stabbing you with scissors. I lost count of the number of times I, out loud, gasped “WHOA” to nobody as Takeda and Jack tried to commit war crimes on each other with every sharp object they could find, including potted plants. This is must watch for my fellow death match ghouls.” -Jeff Martin

Black Terry vs. Mr. Condor
Zona 23

Overall Points: 34
Total Votes: 3
% of Ballots: 1.7%
2 First-Place Votes

“This match made me think about eye contact in wrestling. Generally, there are two moments that stand out in terms of eye contact, and both are things that I could do with less of. The first is when it is done in order to start or continue some overly choreographed spot, both wrestlers lock eyes and then begin something they discussed backstage at great lengths, like a silent countdown. The second is the mid match staredown, which has now become such an emotional short cut that it tends to lower the stakes rather than heighten them.

But here, I think about eye contact in a new way. The majority of this match is two men punching each other in the jaw and in the chest and in the face. And throughout, Mr. Condor stares at Black Terry, looking at him with hate in his heart. The camera is so close. You see him do it. You see which punches hurt, which punches rock him, which punches he braces for. And during each one, he stares at Black Terry. It is riveting in a way that is totally unique.

And again, what can be said about Black Terry that hasn’t already been said here? I feel like we said it earlier in the year with the Marvin match, and I think there is chance, at least upon first watch, that this match is just flat out better. I think that the more Terry I watch from the past few years, the more I think he is the greatest sound maker in wrestling history. He is like Jim Breaks, in that you can listen to a Black Terry match and it elicits a feeling. Of course, Breaks used this gift to make whine and cry and give a crowd someone to hate and laugh at in equal parts. Terry’s grunts and sighs and yells and vocalizations are the edge of suffering. Terry breathing hard and loud while you hear his fist hit bone again and again is like the camera whirr at the beginning of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It makes you queasy with your eyes closed, and if you dare to open them, you see only violence.

There is nothing else like this match this year. It’s the first match I watched and immediately texted people about. It’s something else.” -JR Goldberg

Shingo Takagi vs. Kazuchika Okada

Overall Points: 34
Total Votes: 5
% of Ballots: 2.8
1 First-Place Vote

“I’m a big fan of the pairing of Shingo and Okada. It’s the fast-paced Dragon Gate Style vs. the classic methodical NJPW Style. With Shingo defeating Okada earlier in the year, it seemed obvious that Okada was going to get the win back and become champ again. Despite thinking Okada would win, I very desperately wanted Shingo to win. Shingo is the most consistent wrestler in NJPW and one of the best wrestlers in the world. I was locked into every Shingo near fall. When Shingo finally hit Okada with the Made in Japan, I jumped off my couch, hoping Okada wouldn’t kick out. I was beyond excited when Red Shoes’ hand came down for the three count. In a year where fans were tuning out of NJPW, Shingo becoming world champion was exactly what was needed to bring some life to the promotion and grab fans’ attention.” -Jeremy Donovan

Yuji Okabayashi vs. Kazusada Higuchi

Overall Points: 34
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“The flesh-battering physicality that Higuchi and Okabayashi brought in this D-OH Grand Prix bout is a marvel. These hosses unleashed an absolute deluge of violence, maximizing every moment of ring time. It’s a match that transports you to a primal place, to a scene where two animals tear it each other in pursuit of dominance. Okabayashi had a superb run in this tourney, and this was his crown jewel performance.” -Ryan Dilbert

Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Edge

Overall Points: 34
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
1 First-Place Vote

“The best WrestleMania main event in years had a lot of unique and well executed spots and an interesting story that could have gone in any direction. Every wrestler played his role perfectly and had a chance of winning which made the match much more exciting, and even though I wasn’t happy with its outcome I can’t say that it wasn’t booked in the best way possible.” -Saud Al-Rasheedi

Arez vs. El Hijo del Vikingo

Overall Points: 35
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“The only empty arena match I’ll vote for this year and it is will worth going out of your way to see. Lucha fans have been singing both guys’ praises for years now and they go all out. That makes ring crew and luchadores alike coming to the apron and making noise as these two dole out innovative, high flying offense all the more special” -BlastoSTG

Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan

Overall Points: 37
Total Votes: 4
% of Ballots: 2.3%
1 First-Place Vote

“Fantastic match. Both guys played their roles so well, Reigns has matured as a performer since their last match 6 years ago and I thought the story they told was excellent. Bryan IS the best wrestler in the company, that’s the story they are telling that in a fair fight, for as intimidating as Roman is he gets out-thought and doesn’t have an answer for Bryan’s technical ability to tie him into a submission at every turn. Bryan has no fear of Roman, he’s played this game before 7 years ago against The Authority, and you can see that in the opening moments where Bryan’s smiling and has a lively, giddy attitude to getting to face Roman for real this time. It’s actually Roman this time that sells the fear, he knows he’s screwed if Bryan gets him down to the mat because with Edge watching on it’s harder to take the cowards way out again. The nuts and bolts of the match were great, they had a deliberately slow pace in the early goings because they knew they were going 30 minutes, but they filled it with interesting stuff. The Yes lock counter from the Spear down the stretch was so good I punched the air. Bryan’s the GOAT, nothing else to say.” -Ed Mills

“The match that made me FEEL the most in all of 2021. Its beautiful storytelling & captivating performance by Daniel Bryan completely made me lose myself in it.” -Heikki Oinonen

Chris Brookes vs. Lulu Pencil
Gatoh Move

Overall Points: 46
Total Votes: 5
% of Ballots: 2.8%
2 First-Place Votes

“No match this year was better at telling a story than Chris Brookes vs. Lulu Pencil. This was a true war of attrition that ultimately has a wonderful message to never give up and to believe in yourself, despite what others might say.” -Kelly Harrass

Josh Alexander vs. TJP
Impact Wrestling

Overall Points: 48
Total Votes: 9
% of Ballots: 5.1%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“The best Impact Wrestling match since Samoa Joe/AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels.” -J.D. Oliva

“This was the match that opened a lot of eyes, in my opinion at least, to what Josh Alexander could really do. To have worked as few singles matches in Impact as he had and then to pace this 60-plus minute Ironman match in the way that he and TJP did was remarkable.

It’s the pacing that earns this the most credit but is also partly what made it second and not first on this list. To commit to working a match like this with no crowd deserves tremendous credit but the lack of an audience also made the hour they worked feel long, particularly when I rewatched it earlier this week. Still, it was a booking masterstroke and was, without question Alexander’s best title defense.

This match highlighted the elevated importance that Impact management and Josh’s performances brought the X-Division in 2021 – a trend I sincerely hope continues in 2022 and beyond.” -Andrew Sinclair

The VeloCities vs. Aussie Open
PWA Black Label

Overall Points: 52
Total Votes: 12
% of Ballots: 6.8%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“What a fun tag match from the land down under. The story, delivered well both in ring and on commentary, really elevated the feel of the match. At points a little long in the tooth and spot heavy for its own good, it nevertheless showcased just how incredible both teams are and, I suspect, likely caught the eye of international talent scouts.” -James “NuclearConvoy”

“One of the best tag team matches I have ever seen. Full crowd experience and two completely contrasting teams in terms of style and size who overcame the possibilities of a disaster to put on one of the best matches to ever take place in Australia.” -James Hova

Shun Skywalker vs. Kzy

Overall Points: 53
Total Votes: 10
% of Ballots: 5.7%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“It will never be KZY-time. The journey of KZY is pretty remarkable going from opening match comedy act to main event Kobe World is incredible in itself. After a King of Gate victory KZY’s challenge resulted in one of the most engaging and fan emotional matches I found myself having in 2021. This felt like my favourite wrestler’s last chance at the Dream Gate title on the biggest stage. Taking a monkey flip of such height off the apron made me scream. Each and every high flying, hard hitting, dynamic move, and near fall got me. Dragongate doing what they do best. A fast paced style with a big match story feel.” -Jacob Woolley

“Shun’s title reign has been filled with good-great title matches but freak injuries as well and the Kikuta injury plagued the last title defence. So I’m glad that Shun Skywalker had his moment as champion. And despite everything, watching it after the result was revealed, they were still able to create compelling nearfalls and have convincing momentum switches that had me feeling that Kzy could win. The build to the SSW was sublime with Kzy able to slip away at the last second several times before being hit with it. The match had tons of insane high risk moves, like Kzy taking a scary Monkey Flip off the apron to the floor. Both left it all in the ring to put out an incredible match.” -MC

Kenny Omega vs. Rey Fenix

Overall Points: 54
Total Votes: 15
% of Ballots: 8.5%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“This may be the best TV match I have ever seen, 17 minutes of non-stop action (even with ad breaks) that had me on my feet for most of that time. Fenix never fails to amaze me but the rolling German Suplex from the top rope was special even by his standards.” -Mike Daysley

“It’s a real shame that the absolutely horrific events of January 6th, 2021 overshadowed the first AEW Dynamite of the new year, because that show featured what was easily one of the best matches of 2021. Kenny Omega vs. Fenix was a bout that had incredible potential on paper, but it delivered in spades when it actually happened. Omega always delivers in these big-time spots, while Fenix was nothing short of spectacular. While the result was never really in doubt, the action from start to finish was simply awesome. If you haven’t had the chance to see this match (and again….given the events of that awful day….I wouldn’t blame you), I would definitely recommend seeking it out. It 100% lives up to the hype.” -Sean Sedor

Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Tsukushi Haruka
Ice Ribbon

Overall Points: 55
Total Votes: 7
% of Ballots: 4%
1 First-Place Vote

(Note: Due to a glitch in our system, this match was voted on with two separate dates and also appears as #63 on the VOW Match of the Year countdown. We apologize for the error.) 

“As someone who’s been a fan of Tsukushi’s for years now to see the story of her going from having to restart her career back at Ribbonmania 2017 after a incident caused her to be suspended, to throughout 2021 getting her confidence back and being able to finally ask her and Tsukasa’s mentor Manami Toyota for permission to use Manami’s Japanese Ocean Suplex again after feeling she wasn’t allowed to because of her suspension and finally hitting it for the first time to beat Tsukasa Fujimoto for the IcexInfinity title after kicking out of the other legendary Manami finished the JOC passed to Tsukasa, and the big Cherry on top of it all was Manami Toyota telling Tsukushi that she’s proud of her and putting the IcexInfinity belt around Tsukushi’s waist. I get chocked up every time I rewatch this match” -K from RedLeaf RetroCast

“I am far from the biggest Ice Ribbon fan but this match managed to appropriately grip me as Tsukasa Fujimoto passed the torch to Tsukushi Haruka. Fujimoto and Haruka are two of the longest-tenured wrestlers still active in Ice Ribbon, and they regularly team up as The Dropkickers, so it’s safe to say they know each other inside and out. That intimate knowledge of each other carried the match from start to finish as they almost always knew what the other was going to do, but instead of countering it, they were resolved to take that beating and fight through it. There were so many moments where Tsukushi or Tsukasa would hit a stiff strike and the other would welcome it and fight through the pain. For a 27 minute match, this was paced really, really well, and never lagged, it told all the story it needed to and then wrapped up with a great finale as Tsukushi Haruka finally won the ICExInfinity title after using a move passed down from Manami Toyota to put away Fujimoto.” -Alex Richards

Konosuke Takeshita vs. Yuji Okabayashi

Overall Points: 56
Total Votes: 9
% of Ballots: 5.1%
1 First-Place Vote

“DDT came in at almost the last possible moment to deliver a MOTYC. These guys had a great draw during the D-Oh block stage that led to this match. This was a war between two of the best wrestlers in the world. While the winner was not a surprise, the way in which the finish came certainly was. While Okabayashi is not an unknown quantity, he doesn’t get enough recognition for being one of the best wrestlers in the world.” -Gerard Di Trolio

“The struggle for dominance between these two fascinated me from the very beginning, which in this case means their first meeting in November as part of the D-King Grand Prix. While the match in November was pretty much telegraphed from the very beginning and for most observers it was obvious that it would go to a time limit draw, the second one for the KO-D Openweight Title in my opinion elevated the story of the first match. It was a tale of both company’s respective top players clashing. Unlike NOAH vs. NJPW, the rivalry between DDT and BJW is much more amicable even in kayfabe. Still though the battle for supremacy between the two companies came through and was even complemented by another element: Takeshita using strikes he took from Kenta Kobashi and Jun Akiyama. After the November match I noticed I was higher on it than many others and that may also be the case here, but I absolutely love to see either of these wrestlers go to work and in combination it resulted in an excellent contest.” -STRIGGA

Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley

Overall Points: 58
Total Votes: 11
% of Ballots: 6.3
1 First-Place Vote

“It’s hard to talk about this match without talking about the ending. The hilariously bad “explosion” that looked more like sparklers than death, and ruined an excellent face turn by Eddie Kingston playing the role of Atsushi Onita by coming in and laying over a defeated Moxley to protect him. To AEW’s credit, they made the best of it by playing it up as Omega’s creation and an excellent Eddie Kingston promo saying he reacted to the lame explosion the way he did because of a panic attack. Which after his incredible Player’s Tribune piece on mental health makes it all the better and more real.

And honestly, I could have forgiven the post match, because the majority of the match leading up to it was incredible. The heights this match reached in drawing me in was only rivaled by my number 1 match of the year (Ibushi vs. White at Wrestle Kingdom). I was leaning forward in my seat, wringing my hands, standing and pacing – whatever phrase you want to use to describe that I had fully suspended my disbelief and was all in on this match. The whole purpose of the Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch is building anticipation and drama for someone to hit the ropes and trigger an explosion. The Onita matches, such as his one with Terry Funk, where often only about this, and were executed to great effect. Here Omega and Moxley did their part – they made every moment of hitting the ropes count. And in between that had a fantastically violent wrestling match. Sure the “triple death” exploding board on the outside didn’t look great when they crashed onto it, but they still managed to pull it off. The most memorable moment to me was when Kenny took a bump into a barbed wire board in the corner without holding anything back and ending up with a great visual of blood all over the back of his white t-shirt, likely from the barbed wire slicing him.

The thing that really knocked this down though, wasn’t the post match, it was the finish of the match. Now, I loved Moxley escaping from the One Winged Angel pinfall by triggering an explosion. A very cool way to protect a move that has only even been kicked out of once before – a fact that Don Callis immediately pointed out on commentary with a “that wasn’t a kick out!” The inevitable Good Brothers interference soured the ending though, and made it very disappointing. They brought out an exploding barbed wire bat, which was very cool, and then helped Kenny hit the One Winged Angel on a chair, but for a match that was the height of drama for long stretches, the ending sadly lacked it. I think with one last gasp of babyface energy from Mox, fighting off the Good Brothers, but then ultimately falling to Kenny could have catapulted this match up to the 5 star territory. Instead we got over 20 minutes of a 5 star match with a 3 star ending. Still though – it’s just incredible to think that we got an Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch as the main event of a major US wrestling event. Hopefully AEW will bring it back at some point as I think Hangman Page, Darby Allin, the Lucha Bros, and more could thrive in this situation.” -S. Dakota Jones

“Likely not a popular pick for MOTY amongst most circles, due to the post-match failure to deliver on anything resembling an “explosion,” but I feel this match catches too much flack for what happened after it ended. Bell to bell, this match was insane fun. Mox and Omega worked hard, coming up with innovative spots throughout, and the barbed-wire ropes exploded and sparked as they were supposed to. In fact, throughout the year I kept thinking back to how the One-Winged Angel stayed protected with Mox breaking that one particular pinfall by willingly sacrificing his leg to the exploding barbed-wire ropes. If a match could stick with me this much, and still bring up this much excitement in my mind nearly a year later, it almost HAS to be MOTY no?” -James “NuclearConvoy” Snelgrove

The Young Bucks vs. Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley

Overall Points: 63
Total Votes: 17
% of Ballots: 9.7%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“This is a special match. This was the first big AEW event with a full crowd, and that crowd was so hungry that it elevated this match. From the entrances, to Moxley and Kingston being badasses, to the Bucks almost killing Moxley to be able to beat him, and Kingston’s hot tag, this was an unforgettable performance by the four men. A perfect example of a modern twist to a classic tag team match.” -Abraham Delgado

“The second best match I have ever seen live. The rebirth of pro wrestling in America, as this was an absolute beast of a match in front of a full, lively crowd in Jacksonville. The crowd lived and died with Kingston and Moxley, the interference was well-placed and paid off with someone finally running off the Young Bucks’ goons, and the match peaked perfectly. The highlight of AEW’s best show of the year.” -Suit Williams

Takuya Nomura vs. Daisuke Sekimoto
Big Japan

Overall Points: 64
Total Votes: 9
% of Ballots: 5.1%
1 First-Place Vote

“Takuya Nomura’s first title defense was the expected banger. I loved all of this the grappling, the work on the neck and the whole striking exchange between these two maniacs. Pretty scary were the headbutts from Takuya Nomura but I loved them to be honest, it became a bit more dramatic when blood came to play. The story about the world travelled veteran and the young champion had great sequences and the perfect “passing the torch” moment with the finishing moments.” -Christian Gascoigne

“The perfect match to showcase everything great about Takuya Nomura. The first half of the match was a really great build-up, picking up the pace after the 10 minute mark. Nomura’s skill & heart overcomed the strength of Sekimoto in an excellent performance.” -Gin Malkavar

MJF vs. Darby Allin

Overall Points: 64
Total Votes: 16
% of Ballots: 9.1%
Highest Vote: 2nd

“This match served as the final piece of evidence that MJF has ascended from a good bell-to-bell worker to a great one. Also, it was the high point of Darby Allin’s sneaky good year.” -Chuck Hodgin

“This was everything I want in “modern wrestling”. Fast paced, clean and smooth wrestling while at the same telling a simple but effective story. MJF says he could beat Darby with a Side Headlock Takeover and keeps going for it all match. Darby is able to keep pace with him but eventually he goes high risk to try and finish MJF off but it backfires and he hurts his back. MJF now has a target and works Darby over but in the process, hurts his own knee that slows him down. Perfect selling by both men all match. MJF gets frustrated that he can’t put Darby away so he gives Darby the opportunity to use his skateboard on MJF. But Darby, like a babyface, refuses to sink to MJF’s level. Only for MJF to sucker punch him with the Diamond Ring behind the ref’s back. Side Headlock Takeover and MJF pins Darby. Brilliant! “ -Alex Kalil

Shingo Takagi vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi

Overall Points: 74
Total Votes: 12
% of Ballots: 6.8%
1 First-Place Vote

“I don’t know how Tanahashi does it. Even on a show where the atmosphere is in a sorry state he and Shingo got me on the edge of my seat and biting for the nearfalls.” -Joey O’Doherty

“New Japan’s formula of phasing older wrestlers out for the younger generation is partly what made this match so special. Tanahashi should in theory just be putting younger acts over in prelims – but his star power is so remarkable that he has remained someone that can be given a push in any division and make it seem like a semi-main event. However, his days of fighting for the company’s top crown seemed past him and on this night, Tanahashi got to main event the Tokyo Dome once more and prove why he was still The Ace. A physically-beaten down took the place of Kota Ibushi and delivered one of his best performances of the year with minimal notice.” -Jeremy Peeples

Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay

Overall Points: 74
Total Votes: 16
% of Ballots: 9.1%
1 First-Place Vote

“The night this match happened, I was dual-screening the New Japan Cup show with a NOAH show airing simultaneously. But when the time came, I closed out the NOAH show and focused all of my attention on Ospreay vs. Sabre. These guys have wrestled each other many times on different continents and always deliver, and on this night they delivered big. What I loved most about this match wasn’t the pacing, which was spirited, or the execution, which was flawless, but the intensity. This was obnoxious heel Ospreay vs. a more tweener yet still mouthy Sabre, so they wrestled like two massive dickheads wanting to shut the other one up and win. One guy would talk some shit and the other would hit him back hard, and vice versa. Add in a little bit of accidental blood from Ospreay’s nose and you had this frenetic war that had the clap crowd breaking some rules on the back end. When the match concluded, an exhausted Kevin Kelly simply exclaimed “Oh my God.” I’m right there with you, Kevin. This was outstanding.” -Andrew Rich

“The New Japan Cup is my favorite tournament of the year in wrestling and in NJPW (yes I even prefer it over the g1 Climax believe it or not). When I saw this year’s brackets I noticed that they were set up so that Will Ospreay and Zack Sabre Jr. would potentially meet in the second round of the tournament but in order to do that they both would have to win their respective first round matches. Spoiler alert they both did and this match happened in the second round of the tournament and what a match it was! So once again Will Ospreay appears on my list this time against Zack Sabre Jr. This match was back and forth and it featured Ospreay’s explosive and sometimes high flying offense vs. Zack Sabre Jr. who can bend and contort his body to get out of any situation possible. It made for one hell of a match to watch between two of the best wrestlers in the world. The pacing of the match was slower than you would think in the later stages but everything they hit on each other was stiff and there was a psychology to the match that made everything they did mean something as they both worked to wear each other down in order to gain a victory in this all important second round match up In the tournament. Towards the end of the match both Ospreay and Sabre Jr. exchanged offense up until Will Ospreay would hit a last minute Storm Breaker out of desperation to secure the win for himself to advance to the next round of the tournament. If you watched any of the matches from this year’s NJPW Cup make it this one because this match to me was the highlight of the entire tournament.” -Nathan Neumann

Team Sendai Girls vs. Team Marvelous
Marvelous & Sendai Girls

Overall Points: 79
Total Votes: 9
% of Ballots: 5.1%
3 First-Place Votes

“An incredible match from start to finish that recalled the glory days of the interpromotional matches of AJW in the early 1990s. Chihirio Hashimoto and Mio Momono are two of the best in the world that don’t get their do. If all of the joshi you’ve ever watched is Stardom, check this match out to get an idea of what else is out there.” -Gerard Di Trolio

“A great beginning and a fantastic final stretch with Hashimoto vs Momono and it’s David vs Goliath style of working. For a brief moment you think Momono can slay the beast. The layout for the elimination match is perfect with Hashimoto showcased as the monster with Team Marvelous trying everything to get her eliminated. Seek this match out on YouTube.” -Peter Edge

“This match harkens back to a golden age of joshi and some of the excellent multi-woman tag matches seen in the ten year run of Chigusa Nagayo’s GAEA promotion from the mid-90s to the mid 00s. Unlike so many other tribute shows, this was no mere nostalgia fest. Sendai Girls vs. Marvelous has been one of the most consistent feuds of the year and this was its high point. Both teams came in with a sense of determination and consequence not seen in most inter-promotional matches. It’s clear from the start that Monomo and Hashimoto are the two stars of each sides and this understanding is captured when, despite decent contributions from Chisako and Kadokura, two thirds of each team are eliminated relatively early. What remains becomes a singles match with added urgency as both competitors are immediately battle worn and liable to fall at any moment. Monomo is the natural underdog but has an increased chance due to Hashimoto spending the previous segment at a disadvantage. The desperation on both sides is such that you cannot avert your attention for a moment. In less time than many modern matches take to get going, this gives you a complete dramatic sceptical that shows why joshi in the best it has been in years at a time when so much other wrestling has regressed.” -Jack Groom

“MARVELOUS VS. SENDAI GIRLS!! WOW! GAEAISM!! WOW! No feud and/or series of matches this year have reached this mutual energy of wanting to win and energy as much as the cross promotional battles between Marvelous and Sendai Girls and this is the current peak . This match takes a lot of the aspects of what I love about those matches and elevates them here! Passion, intensity, speed, desperation, heart, skill, awesomeness, strength, and even more wonderful adjectives radiate throughout this amazing match. Its Chigusa Nagayo’s Marvelous students main eventing a GAEA return show. Its a battle of philosophies. Even without all the great backstory context, it is still a great, amazing match and if you are trying to get into a new amazing wrestling scene a great, amazing start too!” -Henry/HeadCheese


PlaceMatchDatePromotionOverall PointsTotal Votes% of ballotsHighest Vote
1The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Brothers9/5AEW99910760.8%1st
2Bryan Danielson vs. Kenny Omega9/22AEW91312269.3%1st
3Adam Page vs. Bryan Danielson12/15AEW82610559.7%1st
4Will Ospreay vs. Shingo Takagi5/4NJPW5546637.5%1st
5Utami Hayashishita vs. Syuri6/12Stardom4095833.0%1st
6WALTER vs. Ilja Dragunov8/22WWE (NXT)4066335.8%1st
7Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White1/5NJPW3164626.1%1st
8Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay1/4NJPW3034927.8%1st
9Thunder Rosa vs. Dr. Britt Baker DMD3/17AEW2665531.3%1st
10Shingo Takagi vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi1/30NJPW2464022.7%1st
11Kenny Omega vs. Adam Page11/13AEW2083419.3%1st
12Shingo Takagi vs. Jeff Cobb1/5NJPW2063922.2%1st
13CM Punk vs. Eddie Kingston11/13AEW1993821.6%1st
14Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair4/10WWE1803218.2%1st
15Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenou11/28Pro Wrestling NOAH1782413.6%1st
16Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenou10/3Pro Wrestling NOAH1633117.6%1st
17Syuri vs. Utami Hayashishita12/29Stardom1432212.5%1st
18Bryan Danielson vs. Eddie Kingston10/29AEW1182111.9%1st
19Giulia vs. Tam Nakano3/3Stardom1182111.9%1st
20Bryan Danielson vs. Minoru Suzuki10/15AEW1152815.9%2nd
21Tetsuya Naito vs. Kota Ibushi1/4NJPW1102011.4%2nd
22Syuri vs. Momo Watanabe9/25Stardom103179.7%1st
23Shun Skywalker vs. YAMATO8/1Dragongate101148.0%1st
24Tomohiro Ishii vs. Shingo Takagi9/18NJPW851910.8%2nd
25Shingo Takagi vs. Will Ospreay3/21NJPW81148.0%2nd
26Team Sendai Girls vs. Team Marvelous6/13Marvelous & Sendai Girls7995.1%1st
27Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay3/14NJPW74169.1%1st
28Shingo Takagi vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi7/25NJPW74126.8%1st
29MJF vs. Darby Allin11/13AEW64169.1%2nd
30Takuya Nomura vs. Daisuke Sekimoto10/24Big Japan6495.1%1st
31The Young Bucks vs. Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley5/30AEW63179.7%2nd
32Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley3/7AEW58116.3%1st
33Konosuke Takeshita vs. Yuji Okabayashi12/26DDT5695.1%1st
34Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Tsukushi Haruka11/13Ice Ribbon5574.0%1st
35Kenny Omega vs. Rey Fenix1/6AEW54158.5%2nd
36Shun Skywalker vs. Kzy7/31Dragongate53105.7%2nd
37The VeloCities vs. Aussie Open5/8PWA Black Label52126.8%2nd
38Josh Alexander vs. TJP6/3Impact Wrestling4895.1%2nd
39Chris Brookes vs. Lulu Pencil7/22Gatoh Move4652.8%1st
40Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan3/21WWE3742.3%1st
41Arez vs. El Hijo del Vikingo3/21RIOT3574.0%2nd
42Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Edge4/11WWE3474.0%1st
43Yuji Okabayashi vs. Kazusada Higuchi11/17DDT3474.0%2nd
44Shingo Takagi vs. Kazuchika Okada6/7NJPW3452.8%1st
45Black Terry vs. Mr. Condor12/5Zona 233431.7%1st
46Violento Jack vs. Masashi Takeda9/5FREEDOMS3384.5%4th
47Kaito Kiyomiya & Yoshiki Inamura vs. The 37KAMIINA6/6CyberFight3284.5%4th
48Shingo Takagi vs. Zack Sabre Jr.9/23NJPW3274.0%2nd
49Edge vs. Seth Rollins10/21WWE3274.0%3rd
50HARASHIMA vs. Yuji Okabayashi11/21DDT3042.3%1st
51Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Masa Kitamiya6/26Pro Wrestling NOAH2974.0%4th
52Kenny Omega vs. Sami Callihan7/17Impact Wrestling2931.7%1st
53Yuki Ueno vs. Yusuke Okada3/14DDT2874.0%6th
54Toru Sugiura vs. Takayuki Ueki4/1FREEDOMS2821.1%1st
55Kota Ibushi vs. Tetsuya Naito2/28NJPW2652.8%1st
56Nick Gage vs. Matt Cardona7/24GCW2584.5%5th
57Miyu Yamashita vs. Maki Ito10/9TJPW2463.4%2nd
58Shun Skywalker vs. Kaito Ishida3/7Dragongate2342.3%2nd
59Eruption vs. DDT Sauna Club2/23DDT2342.3%4th
60Daniel Garcia vs. Wheeler YUTA8/8IWTV2263.4%3rd
61Syuri vs. Takumi Iroha9/25Stardom2252.8%3rd
62Jun Akiyama vs. Konosuke Takeshita8/21DDT2142.3%3rd
63Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Tsukushi Haruka11/20Ice Ribbon2121.1%1st
64Shingo Takagi vs. Zack Sabre Jr.11/6NJPW2031.7%2nd
65Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair12/11WWE2031.7%4th
66Josh Alexander vs. Jake Something8/20Impact Wrestling2021.1%1st
67Alex Colon vs. Atticus Cogar6/5GCW1952.8%3rd
68Christian Cage & The Jurassic Express vs. The SuperKliq11/13AEW1942.3%3rd
69Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Kazuchika Okada9/19NJPW1931.7%2nd
70Miranda Alize vs. Rok-C9/12Ring of Honor1821.1%1st
71Kazuyuki Fujita vs. Takashi Sugiura4/29Pro Wrestling NOAH1731.7%3rd
72Arez, Black Taurus & Gringo Loco vs. Aramis, Dragon Bane & Laredo Kid4/9GCW1721.1%2nd
72Josh Alexander vs. Petey Williams vs. Trey Miguel vs. Rohit Raju vs. Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey7/17Impact Wrestling1721.1%2nd
72Ricky Marvin vs. Black Terry4/25Lucha Memes1721.1%2nd
75Matt Taven vs. Vincent8/21Ring of Honor1721.1%1st
76The Lucha Brothers vs. El Hijo del Vikingo & Laredo Kid10/9AAA1663.4%6th
77Ricky Knight Jr. vs. Will Ospreay9/19RevPro UK1652.8%5th
78Amazing Red vs. Will Ospreay11/12House of Glory1642.3%3rd
79SB KENTo vs. Jacky Funky Kamei10/17Dragongate1542.3%4th
80Taiji Ishimori vs. Hiromu Takahashi1/5NJPW1531.7%4th
81Lochy Hendricks vs Drunk Uncle Beej4/2Wrestlerock1521.1%4th
82Tam Nakano vs. Saya Kamitani12/29Stardom1442.3%4th
83Naomichi Marufuji vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima10/10Pro Wrestling NOAH1431.7%2nd
84Go Shiozaki vs. Keiji Muto2/12Pro Wrestling NOAH1431.7%4th
85Aussie Open vs. Destination Everywhere9/19RevPro UK1431.7%4th
86Serena Deeb vs. Riho5/30AEW1410.6%1st
86Erica Leigh vs Edith Surreal3/28Butch vs. Gore1410.6%1st
88Miyu Yamashita vs. Yuka Sakazaki6/6CyberFight1342.3%7th
89Lee Moriarty vs. Wheeler YUTA5/6Beyond Wrestling1331.7%6th
90Darby Allin vs. Miro5/12AEW1331.7%6th
91Marcius Pitt vs. Gavin McGavin4/17EPW1321.1%3rd
92Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan4/30WWE1242.3%7th
93CM Punk vs. Darby Allin9/5AEW1231.7%3rd
94Sugiura-gun vs. The Aggression3/7Pro Wrestling NOAH1231.7%3rd
95King Nakamura vs. John Morrison vs. Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Ricochet vs. Big E vs. Riddle7/18WWE1231.7%4th
96Suzu Suzuki vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto2/7Ice Ribbon1231.7%6th
96Johnny Gargano vs. KUSHIDA2/14WWE (NXT)1231.7%6th
98Jun Akiyama vs. Kazusada Higuchi3/28DDT1221.1%3rd
99Fuego Del Sol vs. Hook12/10AEW1131.7%2nd
100Miro vs. Eddie Kingston9/5AEW1131.7%4th
101Sakura Hirota vs Mio Momono vs Miyuki Takase6/29Pro Wrestling WAVE1131.7%6th
101Daniel Garcia vs. JD Drake9/9Limitless Wrestling1131.7%6th
103Finn Balor vs. Kyle O'Reilly1/6WWE (NXT)1121.1%6th
103Kenny Omega & KENTA vs. Jon Moxley & Lance Archer2/10AEW1121.1%6th
105The OGK vs. The Briscoes12/11Ring of Honor1031.7%5th
106WALTER vs. Cara Noir12/23wXw1031.7%6th
107Emi Sakura vs. Mei Suruga8/9Gatoh Move1031.7%6th
108Marcius Pitt vs. Gavin McGavin6/12EPW1021.1%4th
108Masato Tanaka vs. Takashi Sugiura8/15Pro Wrestling NOAH1021.1%4th
110Mizuki vs. Maki Ito8/14TJPW921.1%3rd
111Brian Cage vs. Adam Page5/30AEW921.1%4th
111Jonathan Gresham vs. Mike Bennett7/11Ring of Honor921.1%4th
111Jake Lee vs. Kento Miyahara10/16AJPW921.1%4th
114ASUKA, Mio Momono, Natsupoi & Syuri vs. Oedo Tai & Tokyo Cyber Squad5/23Hana Kimura Memorial Show921.1%6th
115Jay Briscoe vs. EC33/26Ring of Honor910.6%2nd
115Mickie Knuckles vs Akira3/28AWR910.6%2nd
115Rina vs. Hina6/12Stardom910.6%2nd
115Adrian Alexander vs Liam Lacey8/14TCW910.6%2nd
115Matt Cardona vs. Ted Goodz11/7Beyond Wrestling910.6%2nd
115Mayu Iwatani & Rin Kadokura vs. Queen's Quest11/14Stardom910.6%2nd
121Finn Balor vs. Pete Dunne2/14WWE (NXT)831.7%6th
122The Young Bucks vs. Death Triangle4/14AEW831.7%7th
123Suwama vs. Shuji Ishikawa5/3AJPW821.1%4th
124MSK vs. Grizzled Young Veterans vs. Legado Del Fantasma4/7WWE (NXT)821.1%5th
125Chris Jericho vs. Nick Gage7/28AEW821.1%6th
126NOSAWA Rongai vs. Kaito Kiyomiya5/22Pro Wrestling NOAH810.6%3rd
126Jun Akiyama vs. HARASHIMA6/6CyberFight810.6%3rd
126Miyu Yamashita vs. Sakisama6/26TJPW810.6%3rd
126Sammy Guevara vs. MJF6/30AEW810.6%3rd
126Faby Apache vs. Deonna Purrazzo8/14AAA810.6%3rd
126Takumi Iroha vs. Tam Nakano9/6Stardom810.6%3rd
126Edith Surreal vs. Ziggy Haim10/8Enjoy Wrestling810.6%3rd
126Trish Adora vs. Suge D11/25Beyond Wrestling810.6%3rd
126Josh Barnett vs. Alex Coughlin12/4NJPW810.6%3rd
136Chuck Taylor & Orange Cassidy vs. Kip Sabian & Miro3/31AEW721.1%5th
136Bryan Danielson vs. Miro11/13AEW721.1%5th
138Kzy vs. Kota Minoura6/3Dragongate721.1%7th
139Giulia vs. Starlight Kid2/13Stardom710.6%4th
139Eddie Jones vs Cyrus Burns2/27TCW710.6%4th
139Dunkzilla Davis vs Robbie Eagles3/6DMDU710.6%4th
139Ace Austin vs. TJP vs. Josh Alexander4/25Impact Wrestling710.6%4th
139Davienne vs. Ava Everett5/12Limitless Wrestling710.6%4th
139The Young Guns vs. Destination Everywhere8/1RevPro UK710.6%4th
139Ryo Mizunami vs. Arisa Nakajima8/19SEAdLINNNG710.6%4th
139Arez vs. Latigo9/18RIOT710.6%4th
139Utami Hayashishita vs. Takumi Iroha10/9Stardom710.6%4th
148Roman Reigns vs. Cesaro5/16WWE631.7%7th
149Shingo Takagi vs. Kazuchika Okada3/6NJPW631.7%8th
149Abismo Negro Jr. vs. Latigo vs. Villano III Jr. vs. Aramis vs. El Hijo del Vikingo5/3AAA631.7%8th
149Mayu Iwatani vs. Momo Watanabe7/31Stardom631.7%8th
149Katsuyori Shibata vs. Zack Sabre Jr.10/21NJPW631.7%8th
153ASUKA & Emi Sakura vs. Baliyan Akki & Mei Suruga2/13Gatoh Move621.1%6th
153Rickey Shane Page vs. Nick Gage4/9GCW621.1%6th
155Miyu Yamashita vs. Maki Ito1/4TJPW621.1%6th
155Tom Lawlor vs. Fred Rosser12/18NJPW621.1%6th
157Syuri vs. Maika8/1Stardom621.1%8th
157Tam Nakano vs. Mayu Iwatani10/9Stardom621.1%8th
157El Desperado vs. Hiromu Takahashi11/21NJPW621.1%8th
160Sareee & Yoshiko vs. Best Friends1/17SEAdLINNNG610.6%5th
160Josh Barnett vs. Jon Moxley4/8GCW610.6%5th
160Villano 3 Jr vs Toxin4/17Mexawrestling610.6%5th
160The Inner Circle vs. The Pinnacle5/5AEW610.6%5th
160Kagetsu vs. ASUKA5/23Hana Kimura Memorial Show610.6%5th
160Ken Ohka, Shota, Yumehito Imanari & Yuna Mizumori vs. HARUKAZE, Keisuke Ishii, Kouki Iwasaki & Shigehiro Irie5/29DDT610.6%5th
160Keiji Muto vs. Naomichi Marufuji6/6CyberFight610.6%5th
160Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Kaito Kiyomiya6/13Pro Wrestling NOAH610.6%5th
160Roman Reigns vs. John Cena8/21WWE610.6%5th
160Kamille vs. Leyla Hirsch8/28NWA610.6%5th
160Alex Colon vs. AKIRA11/13GCW610.6%5th
160Tsukushi Haruka vs. Suzu Suzuki11/28Ice Ribbon610.6%5th
160Cody Rhodes vs. Andrade El Idolo12/1AEW610.6%5th
160Miyu Yamashita vs. Moka Miyamoto12/14TJPW610.6%5th
174Penelope Ford & The Bunny vs. TayJay12/31AEW531.7%8th
175DoiYoshi vs. R.E.D.8/1Dragongate531.7%8th
176Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay4/4NJPW521.1%7th
176Bianca Belair vs. Bayley6/20WWE521.1%7th
176Serena Deeb vs. Hikaru Shida10/6AEW521.1%7th
176Jun Kasai vs. Daisuke Masaoka11/17FREEDOMS521.1%7th
180Mayu Iwatani vs. Yoshiko3/3Stardom521.1%8th
180Daniel Garcia vs. JD Drake5/7Limitless Wrestling521.1%8th
180Laredo Kid vs. Latigo5/31AAA521.1%8th
183Thunder Rosa vs. Dr. Britt Baker DMD2/3AEW510.6%6th
183Yuki Ueno vs. Yukio Sakaguchi2/14DDT510.6%6th
183Joel Bateman vs Charli Evans3/6DMDU510.6%6th
183Erica Leigh vs Killian McMurphy6/29Camp Leapfrog510.6%6th
183BestBros vs. Tropikawild7/19Gatoh Move510.6%6th
183Ricky Marvin vs Bandido7/31La Cueva del Dragón510.6%6th
183Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage8/13AEW510.6%6th
183KiLynn King & Red Velvet vs. The Hex8/28NWA510.6%6th
183Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage9/5AEW510.6%6th
183PAC vs. Andrade El Idolo9/10AEW510.6%6th
183Konosuke Takeshita vs. Chris Brookes9/26DDT510.6%6th
183Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Kaito Kiyomiya10/24Pro Wrestling NOAH510.6%6th
183Serena Deeb vs. Hikaru Shida10/27AEW510.6%6th
183HARASHIMA vs. Kazusada Higuchi11/3DDT510.6%6th
183Tony Deppen vs. Bandido12/3GCW510.6%6th
183Konosuke Takeshita vs. Yuki Ueno12/5DDT510.6%6th
199Satoshi Kojima vs. Will Ospreay1/30NJPW431.7%9th
200Taichi vs. Jeff Cobb10/4NJPW421.1%8th
200CM Punk, Darby Allin & Sting vs. The Pinnacle12/22AEW421.1%8th
202Deonna Purrazzo vs. Melina8/28NWA421.1%9th
203Suwama vs. Yuma Aoyagi1/3AJPW410.6%7th
203Yuka Sakazaki vs. Rika Tatsumi1/4TJPW410.6%7th
203Slex vs. Royce Chambers5/8MCW410.6%7th
203Wheeler YUTA vs. Dave Cole vs. Lee Moriarty6/3Beyond Wrestling410.6%7th
203John Wayne Murdoch vs. Sadika6/26ICW410.6%7th
203Latigo vs. Toxin vs. Aramis vs. Komander vs. El Hijo del Vikingo vs. Kamikaze7/3AAA410.6%7th
203Ethan Page vs. Darby Allin7/14AEW410.6%7th
203Kasey vs. Emersyn Jayne vs. Maddison Miles vs. Nightshade vs. Hyan vs. Debbie Keitel8/27Pro Wrestling EVE410.6%7th
203Josh Alexander vs. Fred Yehi9/3AAW410.6%7th
203Syuri vs. Utami Hayashishita9/4Stardom410.6%7th
203Kazuchika Okada vs. Jeff Cobb9/4NJPW410.6%7th
203Hechicero vs Eric Ortiz9/18RIOT410.6%7th
203Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Ibuki Hoshi9/18Ice Ribbon410.6%7th
203Malakai Black vs. Cody Rhodes9/22AEW410.6%7th
203Kenou vs. Kaito Kiyomiya10/3Pro Wrestling NOAH410.6%7th
203Mercedes Martinez vs. Tasha Steelz10/9Impact Wrestling410.6%7th
203Ilja Dragunov vs. A-Kid10/14WWE410.6%7th
203Jon Moxley vs. Ten10/27AEW410.6%7th
203Kazuki Hirata, Kazusada Higuchi, Kouzi & Shinya Aoki vs. Brahman Brothers, Chris Brookes & Gorgeous Matsuno vs. 121000000 , Hikari Noa & Hyper Misao vs. The 37KAMIINA (Konosuke Takeshita, MAO, Shunma Katsumata & Yuki Ueno) vs. Pheromones (Danshoku Dino, Yuki Ino & Yumehito Imanari) & Tetsuya Endo10/31DDT410.6%7th
203Jonathan Gresham vs. Daniel Garcia11/21PWG410.6%7th
203Orange Cassidy vs. Adam Cole12/22AEW410.6%7th
203STRONGHEARTS vs. BULK Orchestra12/30GLEAT410.6%7th
225Shane Taylor vs. Kenny King12/11Ring of Honor321.1%9th
225Jun Akiyama vs. Danshoku Dino4/11DDT321.1%9th
225Emi Sakura vs. VENY2/15AEW321.1%9th
228Tommaso Ciampa vs. WALTER4/7WWE (NXT)310.6%8th
228Men's Royal Rumble Match1/31WWE310.6%8th
228Mercedes Martinez vs Thunder Rosa12/12Warrior Wrestling310.6%8th
228Chihiro Hashimoto & Yurika Oka vs. Ai Houzan & Takumi Iroha10/29Sendai Girls310.6%8th
228Bandido vs. Black Taurus8/1PWG310.6%8th
228Kenou vs. Kazuyuki Fujita3/21Pro Wrestling NOAH310.6%8th
228Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Masato Tanaka10/30Pro Wrestling NOAH310.6%8th
228Rok-C vs. Billie Starzk1/30New Texas Pro310.6%8th
228Petey Williams vs. Trey Miguel vs. Rohit Raju vs. Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey6/12Impact Wrestling310.6%8th
228Deonna Purrazzo vs. Thunder Rosa7/17Impact Wrestling310.6%8th
228Laredo Kid vs. Chris Bey12/16Impact Wrestling310.6%8th
228John Wayne Murdoch vs. Justin Kyle7/10ICW310.6%8th
228Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Maya Yukihi4/6Ice Ribbon310.6%8th
228Masashi Takeda vs. Suzu Suzuki4/24Ice Ribbon310.6%8th
228Takuya Nomura vs. Yu Iizuka7/22GLEAT310.6%8th
228EC3 vs Matt Cardona7/3Free the Narrative310.6%8th
228Mikey Nicholls vs. Julian Ward11/27EPW310.6%8th
228Shun Skywalker vs. KAZMA SAKAMOTO3/27Dragongate310.6%8th
228SB KENTo vs. Jacky Funky Kamei12/1Dragongate310.6%8th
228Blue Panther vs. Hechicero7/3CMLL310.6%8th
228Chucho El Roto vs. Mr. Potro5/15AULL310.6%8th
228Kento Miyahara vs. Jake Lee vs. Yuma Aoyagi6/26AJPW310.6%8th
228Rhino vs. Kaplan9/10AIW310.6%8th
228Cody Rhodes & Red Velvet vs. Jade Cargill & Shaq3/3AEW310.6%8th
228Konosuke Takeshita vs. Danny Limelight4/12AEW310.6%8th
228Adam Page & The Dark Order vs. The Elite7/28AEW310.6%8th
228FTR vs. The Inner Circle7/28AEW310.6%8th
255Team 2.0 vs. Team Black And Gold12/5WWE (NXT)221.1%10th
255Hiromu Takahashi vs. DOUKI8/27NJPW221.1%10th
257Kyle O'Reilly vs. Adam Cole7/6WWE (NXT)210.6%9th
257Shoko Nakajima vs. Maki Ito8/15TJPW210.6%9th
257Utami Hayashishita vs. Bea Priestley4/4Stardom210.6%9th
257Arisa Nakajima & Nanae Takahashi vs. Momo Watanabe & Saya Iida2/10SEAdLINNNG210.6%9th
257Adam Brooks vs. Ricky South12/19PWA Black Label x MCW210.6%9th
257Yumi Ohka vs Leon8/22Pro Wrestling WAVE210.6%9th
257Kazuchika Okada vs. Jeff Cobb10/20NJPW210.6%9th
257Jonathan Gresham vs. Gabriel Kidd12/11NJPW210.6%9th
257Hiromu Takahashi vs. YOH12/15NJPW210.6%9th
257John Rare vs Blaine Evans10/9IWA Deep South210.6%9th
257Chris Sabin, Moose & Rich Swann vs. Kenny Omega & The Good Brothers1/16Impact Wrestling210.6%9th
257Deonna Purrazzo vs. Mickie James10/23Impact Wrestling210.6%9th
257Bruce Santee vs. Justin Kyle2/27ICW210.6%9th
257Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Tsukushi Haruka4/24Ice Ribbon210.6%9th
257Shuji Ishikawa vs Takanori Ito12/30GLEAT210.6%9th
257G-Raver vs. Jimmy Lloyd3/6GCW210.6%9th
257Dante Leon vs. Ninja Mack5/1GCW210.6%9th
257Darius Lockhart vs. Lee Moriarty11/12Enjoy Wrestling210.6%9th
257HARUKAZE, Keisuke Ishii & Kouki Iwasaki vs. ASUKA, Hagane Shinnou & Shinichiro Tominaga2/21DDT210.6%9th
257Volador Jr. vs. Bandido3/26CMLL210.6%9th
257Chris Ridgeway vs. Ethan Allen10/11CATCH Pro-Wrestling210.6%9th
257Violent Giants vs. NEXTREAM1/2AJPW210.6%9th
257The Young Bucks vs. SCU5/12AEW210.6%9th
257Riho vs. Jamie Hayter12/8AEW210.6%9th
257Arik Royal vs. Daniel Makabe12/3ACTION Wrestling210.6%9th
282John Morrison & The Miz vs. Bad Bunny & Damian Priest4/10WWE110.6%10th
282Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn7/2WWE110.6%10th
282NEO Biishiki-gun vs. BeeStar5/4TJPW110.6%10th
282Magical Sugar Rabbits vs. 12100000011/25TJPW110.6%10th
282Syuri vs. Unagi Sayaka2/27Stardom110.6%10th
282Koguma vs. Giulia8/13Stardom110.6%10th
282Jinsei Shinzaki & Nanae Takahashi vs. Meiko Satomura & Minoru Suzuki6/27Sendai Girls110.6%10th
282Sareee & Yoshiko vs. Arisa Nakajima & Nanae Takahashi1/22SEAdLINNNG110.6%10th
282Nanae Takahashi vs. Arisa Nakajima7/11SEAdLINNNG110.6%10th
282Toxin vs. Jimmy vs. Iron Kid vs. Los Mismos De Siempre & Demonio del Aire9/18RIOT110.6%10th
282Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Yuya Uemura6/15NJPW110.6%10th
282Taichi vs. Kazuchika Okada10/8NJPW110.6%10th
282Adam Brooks vs. Slex2/6MCW110.6%10th
282Team Marvelous vs. Team Sendai Girls1/12Marvelous110.6%10th
282Jonathan Gresham vs. Aramis1/22Lucha Memes110.6%10th
282Daisuke Nakamura vs. Hitamaru Sasaki9/6Kyushu Pro Wrestling110.6%10th
282Josh Alexander vs. Black Taurus7/31Impact Wrestling110.6%10th
282Laredo Kid vs. Black Taurus vs. Rohit Raju vs. Steve Maclin11/4Impact Wrestling110.6%10th
282Alex Colon vs. Drew Parker7/24GCW110.6%10th
282Davis Storm vs. Julian Ward10/16EPW110.6%10th
282Edith Surreal vs. Lee Moriarty3/11Enjoy Wrestling110.6%10th
282Darby Allin vs. Brian Cage1/13AEW110.6%10th
282Kenny Omega vs. Orange Cassidy vs. PAC5/30AEW110.6%10th
282Jon Moxley vs. Lance Archer7/21AEW110.6%10th
282Satoshi Kojima vs. Jon Moxley9/5AEW110.6%10th
282CM Punk vs. Matt Sydal10/15AEW110.6%10th
282Eddie Kingston vs. Daniel Garcia11/26AEW110.6%10th
282Violence Is Forever vs. FinJuice4/9ACTION/SUP110.6%10th
282Psycho Clown vs. Rey Escorpion8/14AAA110.6%10th