A 60-minute masterclass in professional wrestling between “Hangman” Adam Page and Bryan Danielson.



Adam Page vs. Bryan Danielson

Overall Points: 826
Total Votes: 105
% of Ballots: 59.7%
19 First Place Votes

“The heel renaissance of Bryan Danielson continued perfectly here, as the Anxious Millennial faces his first true challenge — a fired up version of a Ghost of Christmas past, as Danielson resurrected his prime ROH heel character for a new era. I knew once Danielson was doing jumping jacks that we’d go long, but I don’t think any of us expected this would go an hour, nor that Page could hang to the level he did. They outdid themselves weeks later (IMO), but this match absolutely ruled.” -Marty Day

“This may seem a strange comparison at first glance, but I likened this match to the famous Mick Foley/Shawn Michaels match from 1996.

You take a babyface world champion in Hangman Page, beloved by the fans, but potentially teetering on feeling a bit ‘too squeaky clean’ and you put him across the ring from Bryan Danielson, an unrelenting in-ring force who can not only hurt our hero physically with his vicious kicks & punishing submissions, but who repeatedly taunts our hero, driving him to the mental brink as well.

And just like in HBK/Mankind 25 years prior, while we didn’t get that clean pinfall win on that we might have wanted in this hour-long war, by the end of the match, we *knew* that the ‘squeaky clean’ babyface champ was as tough as nails and could take anything this bully or anybody else threw at them.” -Liam Renner

“The match that demonstrated that Adam Page can hang with the best wrestlers in the world. A masterpiece of North American wrestling.” -Warren Hayes

“This is the greatest television match in history. It was an hour long match with all the tropes but who cares. Both men brought intensity and Danielson is an absolute wizard into how he frames his matches and put together dramatic sequences. He has not wrestled with fire like this in almost a decade. Hangman Page was right there the entire way in terms of effort…fantastic match from both men.” -Markeem Graham

“A lot of people don’t like the 60-minute broadway, it seems, as a general rule. I personally love them. It lets you see just how good two men can be, and even more it shows you how good their chemistry is with one another. And this match absolutely oozed physical chemistry between Hanger and AmDrag. The further the match went on, the less certain I was that new deserving babyface champ Page would retain, up until a certain point where I figured out a bit too early that they’d be going the distance. For that, and the fact I cannot un-see their 2022 sequel match, which is an early contender for 2022 MOTY, this first encounter can’t quite get full points on my rankings.” -James “NuclearConvoy”

“This grueling contest further elevated the AEW title, began the process of truly solidifying Hangman Page as championship material, and allowed Bryan Danielson to put on a master class of heel asshole-ery. As someone who is largely unfamiliar with Danielson’s pre-WWE run, I didn’t know he had the kind of character work in him that he displayed during this run.” -Chuck Hodgin

“The last 20 mins is what makes this the match it is. It goes up the gears perfectly with the final five minutes having it’s audience on the edge of its seat. Danielson’s limb work is fantastic and the psychology of the first 55 playing into those last 5 mins with Page hitting that one big shot at the end even with his arm having damage from Danielson’s attacks. But Hangman runs out of time leaving more questions than answers. On the third watch, you can still find easter eggs that satisfy the watcher and wrestling nerds like me. This match is just brilliant.” -Peter Edge

“I was lucky enough to be in attendance for this match. I won’t say this is the most captivated I’ve seen a crowd in person, but it’s the longest I’ve seen a crowd captivated, as the match went for 60 minutes and the crowd bit at every spot and gesture Bryan and Page put out there. Bryan especially was impressive, having the crowd eating out of his hand as the arrogant prick challenging the unproven champion Page to step up to his level, and did he ever.” -Paul Wedding

“The perfect way for Hangman to start his title reign and set the tone for what kind of champion he will be. Even though I picked it was going to go for an hour half way in I still bit on a number of near falls.” -Sam Brown

“This match happened at the tail end of 2021, but it absolutely deserves inclusion in my top ten list. Bryan Danielson was only in AEW for four months, and he arguably build a Wrestler Of The Year case solely on those four months alone. One of the matches that helped build that case was his first encounter with Hangman Adam Page for the AEW World Title. Sixty Minute Time Limit Draws can be hard to pull off (especially if it becomes clear very early on that they’re going the full sixty), but these two definitely delivered on this particular occasion. The match breezed by with so much great action and so many incredible moments. Danielson was at the peak of his powers here, while Hangman looked great in his own right, as he was on the verge of putting Danielson away when the time limit expired. A true World Title Classic in every sense of the word, and a great setup for the rematch a few weeks later.” -Sean Sedor

“Hangman Page and Bryan Danielson’s first match did everything it needed to do. Here was a bout that initially felt like it was happening too early, but of course it ended up being the first step of their feud. Page and Danielson were completely on point in a match that fantastically set up the next phase in the story and left everyone wanting more.” -Jeremy Thomas

“A 60 minute match that was very well paced and didn’t have a single dull moment. Bryan teasing Hangman and taking advantage of his recklessness so he can control the match made Hangman’s comebacks so exciting. Both wrestlers focusing on hurting each other’s most dangerous weapons (Bryan’s knee & Hangman’s arm) also added so much drama to the match’s final moments. In addition to the match having great storytelling and in-ring work it paved the way for their second amazing match which I believe is going to be highly ranked in my 2022 list as well.” -Saud Al-Rasheedi

“Holy shit.” -Slyguy46

“One beautiful hour. One amazing hour. One hour was worth every minute. This match was Adam Page in his first title defense proving to any remaining doubters he belonged, he deserved, he earned this spot in AEW, and he did it by leveling up, measuring up, and staying up with the best wrestler in the world Bryan Danielson.

What can be said that hasn’t already been said? This was excellent wrestling, excellent television, and sure the draw may not have made everyone happy but it would lead to an equally great match so I am all for it. Sometimes leaving us wanting a bit more is not a bad idea, and after what both men were able to give us, how can I be unhappy or agitated at the lack of a victor? Victories come and go, matches like these we don’t always get, so enjoy them damn it!” -Jeri L. Evagood

“A wonderful story, in which the heel skills of Bryan Danielson were on full display. He and Page tore the house down and in the end it helped Solidify Page as the guy.” -Joey O’Doherty

“Bryan Danielson vs. Hangman Page was something of a mystery going in. Danielson likes his epic matches with a lot of groundwork, and Page isn’t thought of as a matwork-style wrestler. Danielson can certainly do faster-paced main event style, but Page was more unproven as a main event commodity and Danielson did everything possible to show the world that Hangman was on his level. Danielson came into the company with the Omega match and delivered a classic there, but this match may wind up being his greatest in a career full of top-shelf matches.

Danielson and Page went to the first 60-minute draw in the history of AEW and had the briskest hour-long match anyone could ask for. It was paced perfectly, and each man came off looking like they were the best in the world on that night. It capped off a month of Danielson tearing through the Dark Order by submission and taking a page out of the Diaz playbook by flexing his muscles for each tapout. Despite the non-finish of the match in theory due to the draw, it was a satisfying match and the draw felt like a perfect choice to tell the tale that Hangman can go with the best on the planet and go into the deep waters without issue. It was the exact kind of match a first-time World champion should have to show they’re a deserving champion.” -Jeremy Peeples

“Danielson had two of the best TV matches in pro wrestling in the same year, and this is one of them. What works about this is that even though it’s a one-hour draw, watching it live it really teased you. The logical part of my brain said, “this will be a draw”, but after the 35-minute mark the action and near falls were so good that I almost bought that it was going to end before the limit. I even thought they would finish it by the 50-minute mark or something like that. Still, it was great pro wrestling and while now it is an obvious draw, I still think it can be an enjoyed knowing the result.” -Abraham Delgado

“It felt as though 2021 was the year of unnecessarily long wrestling matches. My favorite match of all time is over an hour, so I am by no means a clock watcher, but forty-five minute main events on your local independent weekend extravaganza is indeed extravagant. I have never seen a sixty minute match that was as masterfully paced as Page/Danielson. In the arena, there were at least three occasions after the twenty-five minute mark where the crowd was standing in anticipation of the finish that would be coming shortly. Wrestling is Drama (yes, with a capital “D”), and this drama went well beyond any nerd-like structure discourse. It is a tall order to be able to hold on to the ENTIRE audience’s attention with a Broadway this day in age. I watched this match with my father, whom I have warped into a casual AEW fan, and while my explanations of the minutia may have helped deepen his understanding of the story they were telling, the man was a basketball and football coach for thirty years; he was watching this match through the lens of sport. The mistakes that Page was making, the way Dragon was absolutely dominating him on the mat, the FIRE being Hangman Page’s saving grace. This match was masterful, and while I wouldn’t necessarily use this match to INTRODUCE someone to professional wrestling, anyone with even a shred of context would have gotten something out of this. I watch far too much wrestling, to the point I can’t remember most of it weeks later. I have never been able to retain as much from a match as I do with this. That has to mean something.” -Andrew Stewart

“60-minute matches are not easy to pull off, especially in this day and age when people’s attention spans are shorter than ever. More often than not a match that goes 60 shouldn’t have, and I can think of a few from 2021 that fit that bill. Hell, doing one on national TV with commercial breaks is a tough sell in its own right. But there are exceptions to every rule, and this match was proof of that. For 60 minutes, Bryan Danielson and Hangman Page kept this crowd invested and delivered a classic. Danielson was out of this world here, playing the cocky douchebag who just so happens to be the best wrestler in the world, a role he perfected years ago on the indies. When he wasn’t beating up Page, he was playing to the crowd and mocking Hangman with jumping jacks while the broadcast was in picture-in-picture. And let’s not leave out Hangman here. It takes two to tango, and Hangman showed that he has great chemistry with Bryan, while his crowd-enrapturing comebacks and bursts of confident, brutal offense showed why he’s the champion. As the minutes counted down, I found myself pacing back and forth in my bedroom, even though I knew in the back of my head that it was likely going to a draw. When the bell finally rang, I was disheartened that there was no winner, but I immediately got excited again because I knew there was going to be a rematch. There was, and I loved that match even more than this one, but we’re going to have to save that for next year’s MOTY ballot.” -Andrew Rich

“This match brings to mind some words from famous American politician and part-time Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger, who said, “If we’re never tested to our limits, how will we know how strong we really are? How will we ever grow?” This match tests a lot of limits, notably the physical limits of the two combatants and the willingness of a TV audience to sit through a very lengthy wrestling story told in ring. The upper limits have been shifted. And as for the ending of the match? Well, there’s another relevant quote from Arnold that goes, “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.” Hangman vs. Dragon is strength.” -Brian Moore

“Tremendous match, hard to call it great without a clear winner, but the pacing and drama was fantastic.” -Joe Towner

“To imagine that the first match between Hangman Page and the American Dragon was likely not the original plan at the outset of the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament should be a reminder to us all just how fortunate we were to be witness to perhaps the greatest television world title match of all time. Amazingly, this one-hour time-limit draw would be followed up by another mind-blowing match between Page and Danielson a few weeks later, establishing its own standard for matches in 2022.

This match showed a competitor in Danielson unlike anything we’d seen in his tenure in WWE. Not only in the quality, and style of wrestling, but the masterful way Danielson could tell his story, in this case as an arrogant heel, as well as manipulate the audience to play along. As for Hangman, we saw some of the signs of why people like Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega mused that it was Hangman that’s truly the most talented and full-of-potential when they all counted themselves among the Elite.

There were questions if Hangman Page had felt legitimate as AEW’s top star before this match. After, those questions felt answered. Definitively.” -Reuel Castillo

“Hour long matches should not be this good. I watched a handful of hour long matches on the indie wrestlers – guys that I like, guys who I consider to be excellent at their craft. I liked those matches because they worked so hard. I respected the ambition. Those matches were good in the same way that a poorly mixed, rough-around-the-edges punk album is good. It has a certain charm that worms its way into your heart. Danielson vs. Page, on the other hand, reminded me of Jay-Z’s first “Blueprint” record or Nirvana’s “In Utero”. It’s so rare that artists at the top of their game are able to produce something so enriching, but that’s exactly what Danielson and Page did.” -Case Lowe

“The Hangman vs The American Dragon was without doubt the most engrossing pro wrestling viewing experience I had in 2021. I do not award points for time elapsed and I’m not impressed when matches go 60 minutes just for the sake of going 60 minutes. From bell to bell Bryan Danielson and Hangman Page told an amazingly engaging story, complex in detail and meaning but so simple and easy to follow because every move, every gesture, every moment followed logically from the one before. I knew this match was going long when it opened the show but I honestly bought near falls for about the last 25 minutes. In isolated moments I convinced myself this was going to be a 32 minute match, and then a 40 minute match, and then a 55 minute match. I got so wrapped up in the moment that I lost all sense of time and for a half a second I fooled myself into believing Adam Page was going to pin Danielson with mere seconds left on the clock after finally hitting the Buckshot Lariat.

Of course that’s not what happened, and when the bell rang I shouted angrily, prompting my wife to come downstairs to see that I was okay. I was, but I was sending mixed messages and I wasn’t settling my wife’s concerns because I kept saying I was furious and the Hangman fuckin’ had him, and also that was so awesome and I’m having so much fun. The truth is I was better than okay: I was marking out. I don’t get to experience that very often these days and when I do I really want to embrace it, and that’s the main reason I decided to name this my match of the year over a close competitor. This was so much fun. I felt like a kid again.

I don’t believe any other wrestlers in the world besides these two could have made me feel so excited. Bryan Danielson’s as-yet brief AEW run really seems like a concerted effort to remind everyone that he’s the best fucking wrestler in the world and by god if he isn’t proving it every week. His performance on this night was nothing short of masterful, and if anyone ever asks me to show them what it means to call someone a ring general I’ll be tempted to show them this match. No one is wrestling today gets me emotionally invested like Adam Page does and I was desperate to see him pin Danielson. On the night I’d have to settle for being pleased that his first title reign got off to a great start, with an all-time classic match that reminded me why I love wrestling so much.” -Casey Fiore

“I didn’t think their first encounter would be on par with Omega vs. Bryan, but I was wrong. Bryan was excellent as always, but Page really proved why he is among the most elite workers in the business during this hour-long clinic.” -Jeuron Dove

“Best TV match I’ve ever seen. Started slow and they started putting on more and more. It doesn’t matter Bryan can play both the heel and face very well. His work in this match was incredible. He really put over Adam Page who is younger and less experienced than Bryan. The timing and pacing was very well done. This is how you should book a hour long match. A true classic that should be watched by every wrestling fan. Page , really looked like a fighting champion in that match. Bryan made him feel like a bigger deal.” -Kaan Ünverdi

“This was absolutely great. The best Adam Page match to date. The drama was excellent from the table spots to D Bry being a complete heel prick to the finish. These guys put on a real special match.” -Chris Duarte

“The fastest 60 minutes you might ever experience. Danielson was hitting on all cylinders and Hangman was with him every step of the way. The crowd so BADLY wanted Hangman to win this as the buzzer sounded, solidifying him as one of the best pure babyfaces of the last several years. This also set up the sure fire 2022 MOTY they’d have just a few weeks later.” -Steve Case

This was a masterpiece of pacing, made even more extraordinary when considering that, unlike virtually every other celebrated hour-long draw in modern wrestling history, this played out on basic cable and weathered the doldrums of multiple commercial breaks. Anyone still clinging to the insane notion that American audiences don’t want long, long, epic matches on TV should be immediately disregarded. Give audiences excellent matches between excellent competitors like Danielson and Page, and they will crave it. -TDE

“While 2021 wasn’t a great year for many reasons, in my wrestling fandom it was bookended by two incredible matches. The first being my number 1 match, Jay White vs. Kota Ibushi at Wrestle Kingdom. The second being the 60 minute draw between Hangman Page and Bryan Danielson at AEW Dynamite’s Winter is Coming. An incredible display of character work by American Dragon as he frequently ducked between the ropes to frustrate both Hangman and the fans, and then did jumping jacks and burpees with the smarmiest of grins on his face.

Now, I am not a huge fan of jazz music, so I don’t make this next statement from a place of expertise, rather just from general ideas. With that very surface level understanding though, I believe The American Dragon Bryan Danielson to be similar to an all time great jazz musician in the squared circle. Bryan Danielson is the Miles Davis of pro wrestling. He improvises in the ring and lets the match come to him. He does what is called for him in the moment and nails it. In this feud he was suddenly called upon to be more heelish and adversarial for the new babyface champion Hangman Page. He takes advantage of little moments throughout the match to throw in a flourish here and there that take it to another level and this hour of wrestling is a perfect example of that.

It’s a testament to the greatness of this match that it kept me engaged for a full hour. It even managed to do that despite my thinking that this was likely going to an hour draw when it opened the show. It even managed to do that despite being on television and having commercials break up the action. And in probably the greatest example of my enjoyment of this match, this is one of the very few times in the history of AEW Dynamite that I actually watched the picture in picture. This match is also a testament to how great of a wrestler Hangman Page has become. I believe he is actually quite underrated, as his recent series of matches with Dragon and last year’s VOW Match of the Year with Omega vs. The Young Bucks shows that he should be considered as one of the best wrestlers in the world.” -S. Dakota Jones

“Bryan Danielson is amazing; Hangman Page is a badass, they went 60 minutes without it feeling self-indulgent.” -Kevin Chiat

“It feels almost too easy to spend most of our time gushing about Danielson, truly one of the greatest of all time. But in Hangman, the first of AEW’s effectively homegrown male stars to be given the world title, they’ve found a guy who can not only kill it in he ring, but has a special connection with fans that cannot be learned. Every newly minted champion needs that one feud after the Big Win to establish them in people’s eyes as The Guy, and for Page, they could have found no one better. The draw maintained a pace, an intensity and everyone’s attention from bell to bell. Instead of feeling short-changed by the draw, for once I was elated that This Feud Must Continue.” -Dave Ryan

“I’m admittedly biased because this is the only match on the list that I saw in person, but I still believe it would have been my favorite match of the year for both the story it told in the ring as well as the real story of the two men involved. Bryan Danielson, in the midst of a career renaissance, finally got to go all-out (pardon the pun) in a match and unleash all the creative energy he had been storing up the last several years in WWE. Hangman Page had something to prove, not only addressing concerns about his booking as champion, but showing that he could deliver in a big-time main event match without Kenny Omega. It helped that he had Bryan as his dance partner, but he more than delivered. The story of “skill vs. will” was excellent, the pacing was perfect, and the draw finish left us wanting a rematch instead of feeling ripped off. I think the best thing I can say about this match is that when Page set to deliver that Buckshot Lariat as time was expiring, I involuntarily yelled out “Come on Hangman!” For a second, I wasn’t observing a great match; I just wanted my champ to win.” -Kevin Ely

“The balls of Tony Khan to do a sixty minute time limit draw on national TV are pretty big, but his faith in Danielson and particularly Hangman paid off. Bryan’s Bryan, he’s the greatest wrestler to ever live, and wrestling fans are invested in Hangman Page more than anything else at the moment but 60 minutes are a test for anyone’s patience. This could have gone wrong. But it didn’t. This was paced beautifully, and played off all the setups so well with Hangman surviving all the multiple finishers Bryan had used since joining the company, and turning the match on it’s head when the cowboy decided HE was going to kick Bryan’s fucking head in. To quote Larry David trying his hand at being a car salesman, ‘this is a fucking work of art’” -Ed Mills

“A 60-minute match that didn’t feel like 60 minutes. This match established Page as a true threat as champion and the American Dragon sealed up WOTY with just four months of actual wrestling.” -Tyler Forness

“This has been the high point so far of the return of Bryan Danielson after years in the WWE system. The transformation of how he works as soon as he joined AEW was astonishing. This also helped solidify the World Championship run of Adam Page, which was necessary to help push the first fully home grown AEW Champ.” -Fred Morlan

“It’s a gutsy call to go 60 minutes on live TV with television ratings being of the utmost importance for a promotion like AEW. Page and Danielson not only succeeded in having a great match, but in getting fans to stick around to see the ending. The fact that they didn’t hit us over the head with the time calls and the announcers foreshadowing it early on made the finish all the more exciting. By the time this was over, not only were you looking forward to the inevitable rematch, but wondering if it could in fact live up to this one.” -Greg Parks

“In 2019 and 2020, AEW showed a lot of promise and excitement, but a disappointing lack of high end match of the year candidates, relying too heavily on angles and gimmickry. That changed in 2021 and this was the epitome of that shift. Page’s story of self-doubt and imposter syndrome is perfectly furthered by pairing him against the wrestler many consider the best in the world. Danielson’s confidence in his abilities are backed up by a master class performance, controlling the match with expert violence and execution, making the extended runtime a breeze. That fact that strong arguments could be made to support victory for either man added to the intrigue and more than justified rushing to the rematch.” -Jack Groom

“Their Broadway draw was terrific, but this was bloody, brutal, and definitive.” -Jacob Nelson

“60 minutes of two of the best in the game.” -J.D. Oliva

“One hour draws are a gamble in wrestling – not many wrestlers, even some of the all-time greats, can pull off a compelling 60 minutes of action. Bryan Danielson and Hangman Adam Page did just that in Page’s first AEW World Championship match. They created a gripping battle between the fiery world champion out for revenge and his overconfident dickhead challenger expecting to cruise to victory. The pace of this match sets it apart from most one hour bouts. While the opening few minutes suggested it might go long, most of the match was wrestled with the urgency and pacing of a usual 20ish minute world title main event. Each man’s character was revealed, reinforced, and then evolved throughout the match, much in the same way the best narrative fight scenes in film are able to do. By the time the final bell rang, two changed men occupied the ring and we were already wondering when the rematch would be set.” -Jeff Martin

“Bryan Danielson has had several 60-minute classics in his career and added another one on this night. Danielson dominated the majority of this match. He targeted several areas of Hangman’s body to set up several submission options. Hangman fought back with nasty looking Death Valley Driver. Danielson was able to retake advantage when Hangman missed a moonsault. Thirty minutes in Hangman is drenched in blood. From there, we get a great exchange of big moves and spots. Hangman finally hits the Buck Shot Lariat with a few seconds left but fails to get the cover. This was incredible pro wrestling. 60-minute draws can usually be a drag, but these two made every minute count. An exhilarating and emotional match that left us wanting a rematch as soon as possible.” -Jeremy Donovan

“A 60 minute classic! This was a perfect pro wrestling match. A slow build as Page has the advantage when it comes to power and Danielson has the edge on wrestling. Both worked their style match as the momentum switched back and forth all match. Danielson starts to work the limbs and body of Page to make an opening but Page is able to fight back. Page goes high risk but Danielson takes advantage and shoves Page off and hurts his shoulder. Danielson busts Page open and takes away Page’s dominant arm, only for Danielson to hurt his leg missing a kick and give Page a target. Incredible back and forth action and near-falls for both men. Page finally seems to have Danielson beat and hits the Buckshot Lariat as time runs out. The crowd loved every second of this match and so did I. It was just phenomenal the whole time!” -Alex Kalil

“The rare 60 minute draw used to absolute perfection. A cap for Danielson’s incredible Wrestler of the Year run for 2021 and a huge beginning of Page cementing himself as one of the best while he holds the AEW belt. Danielson’s cocky demeanor throughout the match via Jumping Jacks and playing to the crowd mixed with Page’s never die attitude made all sixty minutes compelling and did not leave anyone upset when the bell rang but instead wanting more. Wrestling Perfection” -Kentucky210


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
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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
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82Tam Nakano vs. Saya Kamitani12/29Stardom1442.3%4th
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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