One of the most emotionally charged matches of the year sees bitter rivals Kota Ibushi and Jay White face off in the Tokyo Dome.



Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White

Overall Points: 316
Total Votes: 46
% of Ballots: 26.1%
8 First Place Votes

“Brilliant stuff. One of Jay White’s best matches.” -Warren Hayes

“NJPW has spoiled us over the years with early MOTY candidates at Wrestle Kingdom, and 2021 was no different. Ibushi vs. White was perfectly set up and raised the bar, even for the already ridiculously high standards of Wrestle Kingdom. Great story, great match, just…great.” -Jeremy Thomas

“Perfect and spot-on heel work by Jay White against Kota Ibushi at his best.” -Dave Musgrave

“This was the perfect culmination of the story of the babyface Kota Ibushi striving to reach the top of New Japan’s roster against the absolute jerk of a heel that is Jay White.” -Fred Morlan

“The main event of night two of Wrestle Kingdom, White and Ibushi just about matched Okada vs. Ospreay from the previous evening. This was a big moment for Ibushi, for whom it took a while for NJPW to crown as their top guy. Jay White proved, again, that he can hang and then some with the top dogs, which puts him in that tier himself.” -Greg Parks

“A full bodied battle that climaxed with a satisfyingly good finish.” -Joey O’Doherty

“Emotional investment. It’s what makes the difference between a great match and an all-time great match. It’s the difference between a 4.5 star match and going the full 5. It’s the difference between the excellent Will Ospreay vs. Shingo match at Wrestling Dontaku and this match, the main event of Wrestle Kingdom 15 Night 2. Looking back at 2021 there was no match that had me as emotionally invested from start to finish as the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Title Match between Kota Ibushi and Jay White in the Tokyo Dome. It is my only 5 star match of the year. The only match that came close to drawing me in as much was the Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match, but that one wasn’t able to maintain the emotional investment through to the end. Jay White and Kota Ibushi, on the other hand, pulled me in and had me in their grip for the entirety of their 48 minutes and 5 seconds.

With many matches these days, especially in the clap crowds of Japan, a match length near 50 minutes could be seen as too long. To some it might have been. It may have overstayed its welcome or had portions that dragged. But not for me. To me this match is perfect and needed every one of those 48 minutes to tell its story. To use a cliche this match was an emotional rollercoaster. It needed the full time to climb up to its incredible heights before dropping you down full speed and then taking you through all the twists and turns that made it a uniquely exhilarating experience. Without the long match time we would not have been able to fully feel the desperation of Jay White as he reached down into himself to give everything he had in the hopes of winning the match. We wouldn’t have been able to see the resilience of Kota Ibushi as he wrestled his second demanding match in as many nights. We needed the time to see Kota rise up as he tried to avoid all the tricks and cheating that White and Gedo had used exactly one year before at Wrestle Kingdom 14 Night 2 to defeat him. While many may not have liked the overbooked interference of that “losers bracket” match, to me it was great in showing just how much was needed to put down Ibushi. Even after a grueling match with Okada the night before, Jay White and Gedo needed brass knuckle shots, low blows, chairs, and multiple finishers to finally pin Ibushi. Basically they needed the kitchen sink. And now here, one year later, and with the greatest prize in their company at stake, Jay White had to once again throw the kitchen sink at Ibushi. It played perfectly off that Wrestle Kingdom 14 match in 2020, as well as their excellent 2019 G1 Final, showing that sneakily Jay White and Kota Ibushi have built up one of the greatest feuds in NJPW over the past few years.

Every time I thought this match had hit its peak or shifted into its highest gear, it found a new way to make things even greater. In these last few years of Dick Togo and EVIL going overboard, interference spots in New Japan have gotten a bad reputation, and maybe rightfully so. But here Gedo and Jay used it to perfection. Late into the match Kota climbs up to the top rope to go for the Phoenix Splash, one of his older finishers. Anyone cheering for the Golden Star had to be filled with dread. Would this be his Stardust Press? The move from his past that he can never hit and ultimately leads to his downfall – much like what happened to Naito before his ultimate triumph. But no, the Phoenix Splash connected! This had to be it! There’s no way Jay White is kicking out of this! And he didn’t. But instead that damn Gedo pulled the ref out of the ring before 3 could be counted. Dragging the ref out is a spot that is done frequently in New Japan and often induces an eye roll, but here it was deployed perfectly. It allowed the move to be protected, as Jay White couldn’t kick out. And it also helped complete the roller coaster ride of emotions that happened in these brief moments. The fear of Kota missing the splash changed to the joy of him hitting it and possibly getting the win and then got quickly brought down into anger and disappointment as Gedo interfered. See, interference spots aren’t bad – bad interference spots are bad! It reminds me of my 2019 Match of the Year, Kazuchika Okada vs. Jay White at Madison Square Garden, which also had a perfectly executed Gedo interference spot. I guess I’m a sucker for those.

In the end Jay White wasn’t able to do it. Kota Ibushi was just too good. What followed Kota’s celebration was an even more amazing interview in the back with Jay White as he spiraled down. He was broken by disappointment and failure. At the time it became one of the hottest storylines and possibly shoot stories in all of wrestling. What was Jay White going to do next? Would he turn face? Was he really leaving NJPW? Would he go somewhere else? Ultimately this amazing bit of character work didn’t pay off as White returned to attack Ishii and continue as the same Switchblade character. And then as COVID restrictions and possibly personal matters started to interfere, Jay White became a mainstay of NJPW STRONG in the US and lost much of the momentum he had at the beginning of the year. I hope Jay White is able to come back to full time in Japan at some point and fulfill the potential he has. He has had some of my favorite matches in New Japan over the last few years and still has unfinished storylines with Okada and Ibushi that could reach even higher heights than this match.

Much like Jay White, Kota Ibushi ultimately had a disappointing 2021 as well. His crowning moment at Wrestle Kingdom was followed by a pedestrian title reign with a meh SANADA match, an unfortunate injury derailing a Hiromu match at the anniversary show, and weird booking with the IWGP Heavyweight Title, IWGP Intercontinental title, and the creation of the IWGP World Heavyweight Title. And then there was the Will Ospreay feud that started off on a very bad foot. Ibushi then had multiple injuries and health setbacks throughout the summer and fall, ending with the devastating injury during his G1 final match with Okada. Here’s hoping that after this snakebitten year Ibushi comes back in 2022 to the level of greatness we know he is capable of.

But despite how the rest of the year went, Jay White and Kota Ibushi will always have this gem of a match. A near perfect display of storytelling, athleticism, and emotion in pro wrestling. Seeing incredible desperation by a wrestler is one of my favorite aspects in big time matches like these, and I honestly believe the desperation on display by Jay White here rivals the amazing performance by Stone Cold Steve Austin in the main event of WrestleMania X-7 against The Rock. As I throw roses at this match, I will leave with one more. I have only been following NJPW closely and in real time since WK 12 in 2018. Over those 4 years though, I believe this may be the greatest match I have seen. The only match that could contend with it would be the G1 final between Kota Ibushi and Hiroshi Tanahashi in 2018. Here’s hoping that in 2022 wrestling can get back to a place for me with this level of emotional investment and excitement. And if it can’t – we’ll I can always go back and watch this modern classic” -S. Dakota Jones

“Kota Ibushi was his usual great self I don’t really need to get into it. Jay White however…This performance during and after this match is the best single performance by anyone of the year and one of the greatest in the history of the business. You have this heel riding high, excited to have made history he was the first man not to have won the the G1 but win the briefcase from the G1 winner. The current champion is a man he has a winning record against. This man knew everything was laid out for him to do this. It was his “Destino” to be the next double IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion. In this match everything was in his favor the typical Gedo shenanigans to him just simply having Ibushi scouted they done this quite a bit now. But then things don’t go as planned Ibushi has new ways to slip out of the Blade Runner. But Jay being the crafty pro wrestler he is finally able to connect. Blade Runner this is it 1…2…NOOOO Ibushi fights out…Jay is panicking the horror on his face you can feel the panic. He is confused no one kicks out that. He quickly slaps on his T.T.O submission. Horror and confusion on his face…Ibushi is not tapping he doesn’t understand what’s happening this was his “Destino”. The struggle continues and eventually Ibushi hits his Kamigoye. Jay is out he can’t muster the strength to kick out. He comes to hears music but it isn’t his…none of it makes sense. He sees the two titles that he thought were his he is finally “King Switch” but alas both are wrestled away from him. He failed and his mind did not process that he did. It’s a masterful performance and I didn’t even get into the promo…” -Markeem Graham

“Another Tokyo Dome classic main event.” -Sidney L. Pullar

“Classic babyface vs. heel match here. White is quick to take control and work over Ibushi’s neck and mid-section and wear him down. Ibushi is in second match in 24 hours and is already hurting but he keeps fighting to stay alive with his kicks and strikes. White sees this strategy and starts to target Ibushi’s legs as well. The match builds as both men try to end it but can’t get the win. Ibushi goes for broke and hits a Phoenix Splash! But Gedo, White’s manager, takes out the referee! Ibushi takes gedo out! But White hits a low blow! Blade Runner! But only gets 2! This match! The match keeps going with both men tired. Back and forth counters before Ibushi finally nails White with a knee. Kamigoye to the back of White’s head! Ibushi lowers the knee pad! Kamigoye with the bare knee ends it! What a rollercoaster of a match!” -Alex Kalil

“A perfect performance from Jay White and the post match comments had him as the hottest commodity in wrestling. Would be higher in my poll if the follow up didn’t hurt.” -Corey

“At the time, it looked 2021 would be the year of Ibushi and White in NJPW. Ibushi, having conquered his foes at Wrestle Kingdom and emerged as the double-champion, and White coming up just short in this epic match, and then engaging in some interesting character work in the post-match where it felt like he was about to turn babyface.

However, it was not meant to be. Ibushi battled injuries and an awkward title reign in front of clap crowds, while White got caught up in the rigors of quarantining in Japan. Ibushi missed Wrestle Kingdom 16 and White was MIA.

Still, this match at the time felt like you were seeing the beginning of an epic story between two men, similar to the Okada/Omega or Okada/Naito rivalries. Ibushi, the babyface getting his greatest moment while White, a miserable heel who nonetheless was admirable in his defeat. A 48-minute slugfest between two guys who were simultaneously exhausted and full of energy.

Some people will look at the length of this match and see that as a weakness, a frustrating trend with NJPW where the main event matches go too long. While that is understable, the real secret of NJPW is how they can have their matches go that long and rarely do they feel like they overextended themselves. Every minute, every move, feels purposeful and key to telling the entire story.” -Jesse Collings

“It may have been a down year for the company, but the Dome always delivers. People will criticize this match for going too long (48:05) but they used that time to build expertly. Kota Ibushi’s selling in this match was unparalleled and Jay White put on the performance of his lifetime, the peak of his Bullet Club character.” -Brady Childs

“Jay White vs Kota Ibushi capped the year of 2021 off right, showcasing to the world that NJPW was back and headed to the right direction. The sad truth of course, was that this heading was almost immediately lost, but that did change the impact of this match. Ibushi was classic Ibushi here, throwing strikes and flips while taking no nonsense from anybody. He was a man that achieved a godlike status in NJPW the night previous by defeating the guard of the old era, a status that continued into this match with utter resiliency towards everything Jay White. Ibushi stalled off White to cause panic in White for the first time in the company’s history. I have never seen that look from Jay White before, pleading with Gedo about what he had to do to defeat Ibushi. The eyes of Jay White told this story of a man out of his depth. White’s performance was one of his greatest character moments in NJPW that caused waves. Again, it’s a shame none of this has been followed up on, but hopefully one day, we all can witness the next chapter.” -Ryan Neitzey

“A match that had a deep psychology. White’s perfect heel work and Ibushi’s great babyface stuff thrown in the mix. Jay White , trying everything to defeat Ibushi and putting end to the fairy tale. But Ibushi doesn’t give up and fights for his dream. Despite every obstacle he beats White and becomes the god. I think that was a match everyone should watch. Especially people who thinks White can’t be in the main event spot.” -Kaan Ünverdi

“The longest main event in Wrestle Kingdom history. Now this was a great match, but it’s not perfect by any means. There was a little bloating in the body of the match where Ibushi made an initial comeback before White cut him off. Nothing that took away from the whole match because there was more than enough to keep this up there as a classic match. Jay White took Ibushi to the absolute limit, doing literally anything he can do to beat Ibushi. He neutralised Ibushi early in the match, being aware of his surroundings, using space to protect himself as well as trapping Ibushi into a false sense of security before then targeting Ibushi’s body – first his ribs then his legs. His deliberate pacing made for a slow and steady match with not much fast paced sequences unlike Okada v Ospreay but it was entirely compelling to watch. Ibushi complimented that perfectly as well. Ibushi was relentless in not giving up to White despite all of what he was doing. He kept on pushing and pushing White to the brink before finally winning and cementing himself as the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion. Not much else to say. Great match that pushed both wrestlers to their limits while combining the spirit of both.” -MC

“This match is a very special one. It’s unique in that you could see the slow capitulation of Jay White as he realised he’d ran out of ideas to beat Ibushi. The psychology of this match was next level stuff! This is what sets it apart from much of its competition, as while the spectacle of a Tokyo Dome main event, and intensity of an IWGP Championship are key factors to the match’s success, the psychology is it’s defining edge. In essence, it’s the match’s ‘unique selling point’. I’ve not seen a match in 2021 that matches the psychological aspect of this main event clash of titans.” -Jamie Johnson

“2021 should have been the year of Jay White. 2021 should have been the year of Kota Ibushi. This match and the post match promos hammer it home. An epic roller coaster of emotions. *****” -PW_IND

“Imagine I’m rating this too high, but I loved the story the match told, with White trying everything and getting frustrated that he couldn’t put Ibushi away. White’s post-match promo was incredible. Also, I’m a mark for Ibu, so…” -Very Worried About Ibushi’s Shoulder


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139Utami Hayashishita vs. Takumi Iroha10/9Stardom710.6%4th
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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
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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
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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