Two all-time greats—Kazuchika Okada and Will Ospreay—create pro wrestling perfection in this iconic G1 Climax match.

Voices of Wrestling 2022 Match of the Year Archives

#3
Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay
08/18
NJPW

Overall Points: 769
Total Votes: 91
% of Ballots: 43.54%
25 First Place Votes

The story of Will Ospreay and the way it has unfolded over the past 365 days is something else. “The Commonwealth Kingpin” needs to defeat Kazuchika Okada more than anything and while his most recent five-plus star encounter gave him a new mountain to climb, Okada remains the one mountain he must topple. This match saw Ospreay go to every option he could think of. Men who could beat Okada and their finishers but not his own. The Stormbreaker is a move that very well could beat Okada but his trust isn’t there when it comes to “The Rainmaker.” Instead, he plays up his cockiness and doubts himself all at the same time. This felt like one of those times where Okada was unstoppable and Ospreay just didn’t have options. He didn’t try to cheat, he didn’t look to The United Empire to bail him out. Ospreay took defeat on the chin in one of the best matches of the year and one of Ospreay’s best ever.” -Scott Edwards

Year three of the G1 Climax Final taking place in-front of clap crowds. Out of the three, it’s just better than the SANADA vs Ibushi match and obviously way better than last years’ (Ibushi vs Okada). The match followed the standard match structure that you can expect from the main event. The match starts with some back and forth wrestling before someone gets the first proper blow to change the momentum into their favour – Okada’s two DDTs on Ospreay to the outside floor did the trick this time around. Okada then went to work on the neck after initially letting Ospreay time to breathe on the outside. Ospreay mirrored Okada’s plan, working on Okada’s neck himself. The work itself wasn’t that strong but the storytelling was at least consistent and not so erratic like other matches Ospreay has had in the G1. Then the match got more character based with more heated exchanges as it went into the final third. And unlike the Naito match of the prior night, this was a closing stretch that felt earned and well executed. The counters came natural to the flow of the match and suited the capabilities of both wrestlers. Ospreay’s Omega taunts not only got the crowd to break the no shouting rule but got them to do it longer than a second, totally capturing them off guard. It reminded me of the Ospreay vs El Phantasmo match in Ryogoku a few years ago where the crowd erupted at ELP using BC members’ finishers after being somewhat in a lull. Okada had some great moments as well, such as the enziguri, keeping with the 50th Anniversary theme and then his version of the Emerald Flowsion for the finish before the final Rainmaker. Ospreay morphed back into his babyface form, given how much less obnoxious he is with every movement and thus making his performance stand out as more natural unlike plenty of his so-called “great” matches of the G1. Here, I found him to be spot-on in pretty much every regard. Okada brings the best out of Ospreay and Okada always steps up himself.” -MC

Picking the best Okada vs. Ospreay match this year is like picking your favorite child: it just feels unfair. I’ll give the slight edge to the G1 Climax finals match. New Japan may not be as hot of a promotion as it once was, but you still don’t want to miss any Okada vs. Ospreay matches.” -Greg Parks

The first G1 Climax since 2019 to be back in its usual summertime spot on the calendar saw one of the best Finals in recent memory. Okada and Ospreay knocked it out of the park (as per usual) and at several points, it really looked as though Ospreay was going to pull it off. However, he ultimately fell short to Okada once again. Even with it being a clap crowd show, this was easily the best New Japan match of 2022, and Ospreay’s best match in a year where he was pumping out Match Of The Year contenders all over the place.” -Sean Sedor

Will Ospreay has another chance to beat Okada clean but he just can´t, the Rainmaker is just so good that even the old tricks and moves from previous foes can’t get the job done. Ospreay is the most interesting wrestler in NJPW because is struggle what shapes a great World Champion, and by the looks of it his struggle won´t end soon.” -Diego Garcia

One of the best matches of the decade, Ospreay puts in a career best performance here and Okada is at his killer best. This match is the standard you expect from the final of the G1 climax. Them making the crowd lose their minds and break clapping rules for the entirety of the finishing stretch is a testament to how sensational this was.” -Ashutosh

Will Ospreay’s 2022 will go down as the stuff of legends. I ended up with three Ospreay singles matches in my top 10, and there were a few more — plus multiple United Empire matches during the AEW trios title tournament — that were on my shortlist for consideration. But this? This was perfection. A story that’s now been going on for seven-plus years, and for all that Ospreay’s become in that time, Okada remains his measuring stick, his “big brother” that he just can’t seem to surpass, despite throwing everything at him — including the best weapons of Okada’s biggest rivals. This … THIS is storytelling in pro wrestling.” -Adam Shinder

Incredible storytelling and in-ring action mixed together. Ospreay’s use of moves that have beaten Okada before was a lovely touch that really magnified Ospreay’s character in 2022″ -Adam Darwin

In a year where Ospreay shined on every stage, his best match was against Okada in the finals of the G1. This was one of my favorite matches of their series since I felt Ospreay’s frustration at trying to beat this man fairly and on a big stage and just failing once again. And hell, I believed it was Ospreay’s time. They got me. I even jumped at Ospreay’s borrowing finishers, and I find it interesting now that the last one he tried to do and failed was the One Winged Angel. The layout was perfect, and it’s a 30+ minute match that goes flying by. You need to watch this match if you have not done so.” -Abraham Delgado

This match was a true G1 final, and a fine example of what a top match in NJPW looks like. If you have not seen this, you must go out of your way to watch it. It also helps setup what follows with Ospreay and his feud with Kenny Omega.” -Josiah MacDonald

One day Will Ospreay will defeat Kazuchika Okada with a Stormbreaker and will feel like one of the biggest moments in the history of the company. With each match he inches closer and closer and this contest was him learning and adapting from every single thing Okada gave him. The clap crowds in Japan have put a real damper on a lot of the true top of the line matches in Japan but there have been moments where none of that matters emotions take over. The crowd begins to react regulations be damned TAKE US TO JAIL. This was definitely one where the fans said “TAKE US TO JAIL”. My match of the year and one of the greatest G1 Finals to ever take place.” -Markeem Graham

Two of the best wrestlers colliding. When it comes to that , your guaranteed to have a spectacular. Okada without a doubt know how to put on an epic match. Ospreay on the other hand , is a great athlete. When I look at him, I see reckles and fast guy like Dynamite Kid. But also see some AJ Styles and Kenny Omega in him too. The story of the match was , Ospreay trying to beat Okada with, Okada’s former rivals finishing move. But Okada was still unbeatable. Also its more than using those moves. Tanahashi , the guy who gave Ospreay his NJPW career. Styles , who is the biggest reason why Ospreay is a wrestler. And Kenny , the guy who overshadowed Ospreay. I watched the whole match on my feet. None of the other matches in 2022 made me do that. Because of that , I can safely say that its my match of the year.” -Kaan Ünverdi

Ospreay and Okada both put on spectacular performances here. Ospreay has been progressing and moving up in the company and Okada has always been the bar for him to surpass. They told that story masterfully here with Ospreay throwing out everything he had learned from previous matches but it still not being enough to put away Okada. Okada is the perfect guy in this spot and he thrives in this role. He is truly reaching Tanahashi levels.” -Rene Martinez

Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada not only met at the beginning of the year 2022 as part of Wrestle Kingdom 16 with Okada winning, they also found themselves on opposite blocks in this years g1 Climax and they both made it to the finals of the most grueling tournament in wrestling. The history between Okada and Ospreay goes all the way back to their days in Chaos when Ospreay was a junior but when Ospreay became heavyweight he became an immediate threat to Ospreay’s throne. Going into this match Ospreay’s record against Okada was 1-6 so he was definitely at a mathematical disadvantage from the opening bell. Okada would immediately start off by locking in a headlock and make Ospreay try to work his style of match and pace. This was also to my knowledge the longest g1 final match in the history of the tournament. It’s only right that it’s Okada vs. Ospreay because they told a brilliant story in this match. This match went back and forth with plenty of near falls to create all the ingredients needed for an exciting g1 final. At one point during the match Ospreay hit a beautiful sky twister press off of the top rope to the outside onto Okada and it was perfectly executed. The moves that both men hit in this match were absolutely flawless. This match was a game of cat and mouse Ospreay trying to avoid Okada’s offense and trying not to get caught in either the Red Ink or the Rainmaker. The cat and mouse game between the two could only last so long though as eventually Okada would hit the neck breaker which set up for the final sequence of the match which eventually would end with Okada dropping Ospreay on his head and hitting the Rainmaker for the 1-2-3. The end result Kazuchika Okada is the 2022 g1 Climax winner and what a great climax to the tournament it was!” -Nathan Neumann

Will Ospreay doing NJPW-style main event level matches is such a breath of fresh air in a place that sorely needs it. Having Okada being back on top is starting to get just a little stale, but Ospreay’s full entry into the NJPW main event level scene is great, and this match solidified that.” -Bryan Rose

Will Ospreay’s 2022 will go down as arguably the greatest in-ring year for a wrestler ever, and for my money his match with Okada in the G1 Finals stands above the rest. This was yet another incredible match in a rivalry full of them, and continued the story of Ospreay’s longtime quest to finally beat Okada clean in the ring. Ospreay using the signature moves of past Okada rivals like AJ Styles, Hiroshi Tanahashi, and Kenny Omega conveyed his sheer desperation to win, while also planting the seeds for the eventual Omega match at Wrestle Kingdom 17. This had stakes, drama, heart-pounding action, cool sequences that made me jump out of my seat, and everything else you want in a big time wrestling match. When Okada put Ospreay away with the Rainmaker, I knew I had seen an absolute classic between two of the best wrestlers of all time. This is my match of the year for 2022.” -Andrew Rich

Ospreay is the singles version of FTR this year. Just banger after banger. He’s easily the best worker of the year, singles edition.” -Eric Krol

Almost perfect from two masters that continue the tale of master and apprentice. Next year Ospreay will do it, but not this G1.” -Jacob Nelson

Let’s just immediately cut to the chase. This is one of the best matches you’ll ever see in a G1 Climax final. This is one of the best matches you’ll see in the last three years of New Japan Pro-Wrestling. This is even one of the best matches you’ll see from either Kazuchika Okada or Will Ospreay, despite the ever-growing avalanche of great matches both men have been a part of in their careers. And this was, in my opinion, the best match of 2022. This felt like a terrific return to form for Okada; not just Okada simply being great, but Okada being the outrageously great behemoth that stands as the unbeatable standard for New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Consider that this was not just Okada fending off the incredible athleticism of Ospreay, but fending off an Ospreay that was channeling the techniques of some of Okada’s greatest rivals. This was peak 2022 Will Ospreay — a Will Ospreay in the midst of an historically significant run of consistently great matches — and not even this Ospreay with the Styles Clash, High Fly Flow and V-Trigger on his side could vanquish the greatness of Okada. And for Ospreay, this was another crucial milestone on his path to the top of NJPW. For as great as he has been, there’s still more work to be done if he wants to catch and surpass Okada. It’s a story that mirrors the rise of Kenny Omega in New Japan, and has provided an intriguing wrinkle to Ospreay’s other high-profile feud with Omega. And the thing is, for as incredible as Okada has been for the last decade, this is the kind of performance that makes you think it actually is possible for Ospreay to one day rise to that same level. Another meeting between Okada and Ospreay is all but assured in the future, and hopefully when it arrives, IWGP gold and a fully unrestricted crowd will be there to propel these two to even greater heights.” -TDE

The night where Will shows himself as the best in-ring wrestler in the world in 2022. His selling of his neck throughout the match is A+ with his execution of hope spots flawless. Okada might have been the man who took home the trophy but Ospreay was the man who gained the most from this night. I’d be stunned if Will Ospreay isn’t the IWGP World Champ in 12 to 18 months and if he is, look at this match as the starting point for his road to gold.” -Peter Edge

It was not only a phenomenal final but it was a final match with a great and long history between two tremendously good wrestlers. They both fired all of their respective repertoires at each other, multiple OsCutter’s, Lariats and Tombstone were used but neither Kazuchika Okada nor Will Ospreay wanted to go down against their former brother. Typical Ospreay was when he hits the V-Trigger and the Katayoku no Tenshi just hours after Omega made his AEW return. The finishin sequence was, like everytime when Okada is involved, absolutely fantastic though. A worthy G1 final despite still being in the clap crowd era.” -Christian Gascoigne

Good god. This was amazing. Pairs great with the Kenny match. Incredible nerve selling by Ospreay. The Finisher progression. Will’s increasing frustration and throwing everything at Okada till finally he misses with the One winged Angel. The better of their 2 matches this year and just 2 masters at their craft.” -Arturo Galletti

The second meeting of the two this year, Okada once again the victor. Will has the pedigree and the resume to arguably be the best wrestler in world right now. These two understood what it meant to be in the main event of Wrestle Kingdom. And while Ospreay lost, both men went on to main event in the Tokyo Dome just a few months later against different opponents and showing the world why they are alone on an island as two of the best pro wrestlers in the world. As their Wrestle Kingdom meeting was my second best match of the year, their follow-up exceeded all expectations as the stakes grew for the combatants.” -Jeremy Finestone

Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada set a bar for match quality during their IWGP World Heavyweight Championship match at Wrestle Kingdom 16, but this match clearly surpasses it by far and away, in my view. Much of it was due to the fans at the Nippon Budokan, who were raucous by Japanese standards in the final days of the ‘clap-crowd’ era. Their audible reactions to the artistry between Okada and Ospreay is everything that was so desperately missing from their contest at Wrestle Kingdom earlier in the year. The G1 Climax Final also benefitted from a shorter match which wound up telling a more concise and impactful story. Especially with the much quieter Tokyo Dome crowd, the WK16 match felt plodding at points, but not so at the Nippon Budokan. Ospreay and Okada simply operated at a consistently higher intensity, and when anything (and everything) connected, the response from the crowd was so much more satisfying. It was a wake up call just how much NJPW had been held back during the extended Pandemic Era for Japanese pro wrestling.” -Reuel Castillo

This match didn’t move me as much as I expected or was hyped up to be. I love both performers, I’ve loved their matches in the past and this was still an exceptional match. Maybe it was just me but I left this match feeling simply whelmed. It surpassed minimum expectation, but didn’t approach what I know they could achieve.” -Gareth Ford-Elliott

Every year, G1 Climax Final is an easy contender for MOTY (even if we were not really lucky with pandemic era). Kazuchika Okada and Will Ospreay. What do you need more than this? One is already considered a Legend even if he is not even at the middle of his career. The other one is considered by many the best in-ring talent in the world. They faced each other at the Dome this year. Easy. But still incredible. I don’t know if this is the context of a G1 final or the storytelling of the match or both, but this match had something more than the Dome main event.” -Enzo FADELLI

This match was a blast. Whenever these two are in the ring against each other the match at worst will be good and this was amazing.” -Filip Pejic

This was the next chapter in Ospreay’s continuing battle to get the better of Okada and after a gruelling G1 Climax he was on the losing end once again. There’s some great selling throughout this match from Ospreay and fantastic striking between the two of them as well, eliciting as much clapping as the crowd could muster. Okada dropkicks Ospreay mid Oscutter in the middle of an incredible sequence as Chris Charlton and Kevin Kelly do a stellar job putting over this match. A high fly flow, a styles clash, a v trigger in the ropes, it isn’t enough for Ospreay as he gets countered and eats a rainmaker. There’s another amazing closing sequence before Okada hits another rainmaker this time for the win to clinch another G1 final win.” -Steven

I’m sure a lot of people had the two Okada/Ospreay matches from 2022 reasonably close, but for me they weren’t even in the same universe. The Tokyo Dome match was a nice little match, but the G1 final was an instant classic. Ospreay did an amazing job drawing you into his quest to overcome this wall he’s never been able to climb (well, not cleanly anyway), while Okada as he has throughout his entire career plays that wall better than maybe anyone in the history of wrestling. A spectacular match that told a perfect story, it’s easily the best match I saw in the year 2022.” -John Carroll

Every time these two meet, it’s must see.” -Slyguy46

Will Ospreay’s quest to defeat Kazuchika Okada on a big stage has been incredible to watch. All of their matches have been some of the best wrestling I’ve ever seen, but this match was next level. Ospreay had a ton of momentum coming into the match after defeating Tetsuya Naito in the semi-finals of the G1. Ospreay threw everything at Okada, including a cross-legged tombstone piledriver, Styled Clash, and even a V-Trigger. None of those big maneuvers could put Okada away. Okada’s fighting spirit was on display yet again. Okada shattered Ospreay’s dreams of victory with a spinning Cobra Flowsion and a Rainmaker. This was an easy five-star match. Bell to bell, this is some of the best wrestling you’ll see worldwide.” -Jeremy Donovan

The match itself was flawless but I wanted to focus on the story: Ospreay convinced me, especially after beating Naito in the semis, that he was going to win the G1, and there were a few times in this match that I thought he had it. A testament to both guys. Ospreay can’t rest until he beats Okada. He’s 1-6 against him, and that 1 is only there because O-Khan interfered. Ospreay has his singular focus now, and it will make or break him in NJPW. He has to beat Okada by himself. Will he? We’ll see” -George Atsaves/Chris Colgan

This was another excellent chapter in this rivalry, one that’s shaping up to rival Okada’s feuds with Tanahashi and Naito. The stakes were clear from the jump, but this is where this story evolved from an Okada revenge story to Ospreay’s hero’s journey. Will Ospreay had accomplished damn near everything there was to accomplish in New Japan. From winning tournaments like Best of the Super Juniors and New Japan Cup, to winning every singles title in the promotion. He made it clear that he only had two goals left to achieve: Win the G1 Climax. Beat Okada clean. He had the chance to do both in one fell swoop, and he came incredibly close. But Okada is still too strong. He’s still that guy. And in New Japan’s 50th year, he wasn’t going to lose to anyone. This was Chapter 1 in the rise of Will Ospreay to the top of New Japan, and I can’t wait to see how the rest of this story unfolds.” -Suit Williams

I watched this a few months after it happened and had the hype. I was wondering if it could live up to it. Then Ospreay hit the Oscutter on the apron and I knew that it could. Two of the best going at it in possibly the most exciting night of the year, the G1 Climax finals.” -Dave Musgrave

Storytelling. In pro wrestling discussion it has become somewhat of a trigger word for me, I’ll admit. It’s a word often used to describe why people like WWE (something that I do not like) and why they do not like AEW or New Japan. “Storytelling” in wrestling for many has come to mean “WWE-style storytelling.” It means that motivations and feuds must be explained by a character standing in the middle of the ring with a microphone explaining their actions (but usually not actually saying anything) in strange WWE verbiage.

I bring this up in context of this match because it is a match that tells a story without any of that annoying bullshit. It’s a wrestling match that – get this – does it’s storytelling within the context of the wrestling match itself.

Like many others the past few years of COVID restrictions and some booking has made my fandom for NJPW diminish. But this G1 Final between Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada reminded me why NJPW has been producing the greatest wrestling in the world for nearly a decade. Even though I had not followed the G1 that closely, or watched shows live at 5:00 AM like I had in the past – these two wrestlers were able to draw me into their match with full attention and excitement. The desperation of Will Ospreay to finally beat Kazuchika Okada on a big stage was obvious in every offensive move he hit and expression on his face.

The match truly hit the next level and became match of the year with one simple movement from Ospreay. He approached the corner turnbuckle and leapt over the ropes in a very familiar way. A way that made me leap up to my feet, knowing that a High Fly Flow was coming. Ospreay could have climbed the ropes the normal way to hit the move and it still would have accomplished his goal of using the moves from past wrestlers who have beat Okada, but he added that extra little detail of jumping to the top rope in that special Tanahashi way. And to me, that’s what pro wrestling is all about. Building anticipation and expectations and then either delivering or subverting them. Those brief moments where a million things go through your head in excitements and then you get the payoff.

The fact that Ospreay ultimately failed fits in perfectly with him using the moves of Tanahashi, Omega, and others to try and take down his white whale. In the end Ospreay will need to use his own moves and succeed or fail on his own merits. And after this brilliant match, I can’t wait to see the next Tokyo Dome main event, G1 Final, Sumo Hall main event or other big showdown between what has become a generational rivalry.” -S Dakota Jones 

How can you not adore this story: Will Ospreay putting on stellar matches on all levels throughout the year, an unmatchable output, a man many consider to be the best wrestler in the world right now… and he can’t win the big one. He can’t crack the ceiling of Okada. An outstanding match with an outcome where he is reminded that as good as he is, he’s still not the best. Awesome stuff.” -Warren Hayes

The elongated series between Okada and Ospreay has begun to feel like the Tanahashi=Okada story, with Will continuing to show he is the best in the world, but just can’t beat the man… yet.” -Kevin Ely

The student has become the teacher.” -Chris

What a battle of endurance! Okada goes right after the neck of Ospreay which is already hurt from the grueling tournament. Ospreay responds by using his agility and high flying on Okada before an Oscutter on the floor gives Ospreay an opening. The two work over each other’s necks with Okada utilizing the Money Clip and Ospreay using his quick strikes. The match becomes an incredible battle of back and forth action as both men throw the best shots they can on each other. Ospreay starts to pull out the offense of men that have beaten Okada in the past. A High Fly Flow and Styles Clash only get 2. V-Trigger by Ospreay! He goes for the One-Winged Angel but Okada slips out and hits the Rainmaker for a huge near-fall. Both men are exhausted as they try for a knockout blow. Ospreay lands a pair of eHidden Blades to the back of the head and Okada’s face but can’t get the Stormbreaker in. Ospreay looks for another Hidden Blade but Okada plants him with the Cobra Flowson. Rainmaker finally ends it and gives Okada the win. Ospreay fought with heart and passion but the Rainmaker is still the top guy.” -Alex Kalil

This was a tremendous and incredible match-up. Of course, I think this, it’s my #1 of the year. By far perhaps the best match they have had with each other, and I’ve been pretty high on their other matches so that’s saying a lot. This is what I want out of a G-1 final, tremendous action, great storytelling, moment after moment sucking me in further and further. I loved everything about this match, and it was the best match both men had each year it’s one hell of a way to end this year’s G-1 Finals.” -Jeri L Evagood

Two of my top 4 matches on back to back days” -Paul Fontaine

This is their best match of the year. I preferred this match to their some match because the pacing is a bit more urgent and they had more to build from since the dome match. Also they overcame the clap crowd better in this. The finishing sequence is dynamite. Would win MOTY most years.” -Daniel Kuchler

These two a really trying to stake their claim as the defining feud of New Japan in the 2020s. It feels oh so similar to Okada and Tanhashi for me. Each match just seems to get better with the story of Ospreay being crowned as a legitimate Gajin Ace. This felt like the turn of this story. Gave me Wrestle Kingdom 9 vibes with Okada where he just fell short. This (plus what just happened at Wrestle Kingdom 17) feels like we are entering into the Third Act of this story. Final act being Ospreay finally getting his win over Okada in the Dome hopefully at Wrestle Kingdom 18. All the callbacks of this match were incredible. These two continue to top themselves with every match. Ospreay resorting to using other New Japan legends moves really showed how desperate he is to get the 1 up on Okada. This is some good shit.” -Christopher Duarte




Voices of Wrestling 2022 Match of the Year
(Full List)

PlaceMatchDatePromotionOverall PointsTotal Votes% of BallotsHighest Vote
1FTR vs. The Briscoes12/10ROH134414368.42%1st
2FTR vs. The Briscoes04/01ROH83011755.98%1st
3Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay08/18NJPW7699143.54%1st
4Adam Page vs. Bryan Danielson01/05AEW6509244.02%1st
5The Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Blackpool Combat Club05/29AEW5808741.63%1st
6Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay01/05NJPW4796933.01%1st
7Syuri vs. Giulia12/29Stardom4576129.19%1st
8Jun Kasai vs. El Desperado09/12JTO4015827.75%1st
9CM Punk vs. MJF03/06AEW3615928.23%1st
10FTR vs. The Briscoes07/23ROH2594421.05%1st
11Gunther vs. Sheamus09/03WWE2344622.01%1st
12Kazusada Higuchi vs. Konosuke Takeshita09/25DDT2092913.88%1st
13Will Ospreay vs. Michael Oku01/29RevPro2073516.75%1st
14Death Triangle vs. The Elite11/19AEW1823717.70%2nd
15Will Ospreay vs. Orange Cassidy06/26AEW/NJPW1783516.75%1st
16Z-Brats vs. Kung Fu Masters07/30DG1762612.44%1st
17FTR vs. Aussie Open10/16NJPW1352511.96%1st
18Swerve In Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed09/04AEW1202511.96%1st
19Seth Rollins vs. Cody Rhodes06/05WWE1142210.53%1st
20Will Ospreay vs. Tetsuya Naito11/05NJPW1142110.05%1st
21Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Go Shiozaki01/01NOAH103188.61%1st
22Shingo Takagi vs. Will Ospreay08/06NJPW100199.09%2nd
23Mayu Iwatani vs. KAIRI11/20NJPW/Stardom99188.61%1st
24Shingo Takagi vs. Kazuchika Okada01/04NJPW98178.13%2nd
25Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Kingston03/06AEW97199.09%1st
26Jamie Hayter vs. Hikaru Shida12/21AEW912411.48%3rd
27Jon Moxley vs. Wheeler Yuta04/08AEW872511.96%4th
28Adam Page & The Dark Order vs. The Elite09/04AEW75167.66%1st
29Tetsuya Naito vs. Will Ospreay08/17NJPW71136.22%2nd
30Miyu Yamashita vs. Miu Watanabe08/13TJPW70136.22%1st
31The Elite vs. The United Empire08/31AEW69178.13%3rd
32MUSASHI vs. Fujita Hayato07/10Michinoku Pro6594.31%1st
33Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tomohiro Ishii05/01NJPW64146.70%2nd
34Villano IV vs. Pentagon Jr.10/15AAA63115.26%2nd
35Starlight Kid vs. AZM02/23Stardom62146.70%1st
36Tam Nakano vs. Giulia10/01Stardom58115.26%2nd
37Stuka Jr. vs. Atlantis Jr.09/16CMLL56125.74%2nd
38Josh Alexander vs. Mike Bailey12/08Impact Wrestling5483.83%1st
39Jon Moxley vs. Will Ospreay04/16NJPW52104.78%3rd
40Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair04/02WWE49104.78%2nd
41Sami Zayn vs. Johnny Knoxville04/03WWE4973.35%1st
42Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia08/17AEW4883.83%1st
43Jon Moxley vs. Biff Busick03/31GCW47125.74%2nd
44Mayu Iwatani vs. Giulia01/29Stardom4794.31%3rd
45Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay03/21NJPW45115.26%4th
46El Lindaman vs. Shigehiro Irie05/18GLEAT4594.31%2nd
47Seth Rollins vs. Cody Rhodes04/02WWE4562.87%1st
48Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara01/26AEW44115.26%4th
49Konosuke Takeshita vs. Tetsuya Endo03/20DDT4362.87%1st
50Shingo Takagi vs. Zack Sabre Jr.03/26NJPW38125.74%4th
51Yuki Yoshioka vs. Masaaki Mochizuki12/06DG3883.83%1st
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53CM Punk vs. MJF02/02AEW3852.39%1st
54Kazusada Higuchi vs. Naomi Yoshimura07/03DDT3252.39%2nd
55Villano IV vs. LA Park04/30AAA3052.39%1st
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57Jon Moxley vs. CM Punk09/04AEW3031.44%1st
58Astronauts vs. Strong BJ07/09BJW2962.87%3rd
59El Phantasmo vs. Robbie Eagles05/26NJPW2873.35%2nd
60Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar07/30WWE2862.87%4th
61Drew Parker vs. Masashi Takeda11/24FREEDOMS2831.44%1st
62Hamuko Hoshi & Nanae Takahashi vs. Dropkickers05/22Ice Ribbon2820.96%1st
62Maikol vs Teo Griffin08/28Legion Nueva Era Argentina2820.96%1st
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66Tomohiro Ishii vs. Ren Narita10/26NJPW2562.87%3rd
67La Jarochita vs. Reyna Isis09/16CMLL2552.39%3rd
68Syuri vs. Utami Hayashishita11/19Stardom2452.39%4th
69The Elite vs. Death Triangle11/23AEW2452.39%4th
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71The Jericho Appreciation Society vs. The Blackpool Combat Club06/29AEW2262.87%4th
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76Giulia vs. Suzu Suzuki10/01Stardom2141.91%3rd
77Mike Bailey vs. Trey Miguel07/01Impact Wrestling2131.44%1st
78Natsupoi vs. Tam Nakano06/26Stardom2131.44%2nd
79Dragon Kid & Kzy vs. Knesuka04/07DG2120.96%1st
79Takashi Sugiura vs. Masato Tanaka06/04ZERO12120.96%1st
81Jordynne Grace vs. Masha Slamovich10/07Impact Wrestling2041.91%2nd
82Starlight Kid vs. Giulia08/27Stardom2031.44%3rd
83Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley03/06AEW1941.91%2nd
84FTR vs. The Young Bucks04/06AEW1852.39%3rd
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86Laredo Kid vs. El Hijo del Vikingo10/23AAA1720.96%1st
86Calvin Tankman vs. Jay Malachi05/27DPW1720.96%1st
88Josh Alexander vs. Alex Shelley08/12Impact Wrestling1720.96%2nd
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91JD McDonagh vs. Joe Gacy vs. Carmelo Hayes vs. Axiom vs. Grayson Waller12/10WWE1631.44%4th
92The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Brothers06/03AEW1631.44%5th
93Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul11/05WWE1541.91%4th
94Biff Busick vs. SLADE02/04Beyond1541.91%6th
95Alex Colon vs. Rina Yamashita08/13GCW1531.44%4th
96Suzu Suzuki vs. Tomoka Inaba12/19JTO1531.44%5th
97Michael Oku vs. Luke Jacobs07/23RevPro1520.96%1st
98Death Triangle vs. United Empire08/24AEW1441.91%5th
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100Claudio Castagnoli vs. Zack Sabre Jr.06/26AEW/NJPW1431.44%5th
101Miyu Yamashita vs. Shoko Nakajima03/19TJPW1431.44%6th
102SW3RVE vs. Nick Wayne02/26DEFY1420.96%4th
103Kazuchika Okada vs. Jay White06/12NJPW1420.96%3rd
104Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita12/09AEW1410.48%1st
104Titan vs. Suicida09/30CMLL1410.48%1st
104Joel Bateman vs. Ritchie Taylor02/05DMDU1410.48%1st
104Jun Kasai & Masashi Takeda vs. BULK Orchestra10/09GLEAT1410.48%1st
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104Fuminori Abe & Shigehiro Irie vs. Violence Is Forever10/12wXw1410.48%1st
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110Mike Bailey vs. Bandido03/31WrestleCon1341.91%5th
112Jurassic Express vs. The Young Bucks vs. reDRagon03/06AEW1320.96%3rd
112Calvin Tankman vs. Alex Coughlin04/08DPW1320.96%3rd
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115Jake Lee vs. Yuma Aoyagi05/04AJPW1231.44%5th
116Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Jon Moxley06/26AEW/NJPW1231.44%5th
116Kaito Ishida vs. Tetsuya Izuchi10/09GLEAT1231.44%5th
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119Kazusada Higuchi vs. Yukio Sakaguchi10/23DDT1220.96%4th
119Suzuki-gun vs. UNCHAIN12/19JTO1220.96%4th
121Dax Harwood vs. Will Ospreay06/15AEW1220.96%5th
122Sammy Guevara vs. Andrade El Idolo vs. Darby Allin03/04AEW1141.91%6th
123Tyler Bate vs. Trent Seven09/01WWE1131.44%3rd
124El Mesias, Kenny King, Lince Dorado, Matt Taven, Oraculo, Robbie Eagles, Rocky Romero & Tiger Mask vs. Atlantis Jr., El Soberano Jr., Mistico, Stuka Jr., Templario, Titan, Ultimo Guerrero & Volador Jr.08/19CMLL1131.44%4th
125Adam Page vs. Adam Cole03/06AEW1131.44%5th
125Shoko Nakajima vs. Yuka Sakazaki10/09TJPW1131.44%5th
127Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Yoshiki Inamura08/07ZERO11120.96%2nd
128Syuri vs. Risa Sera05/28Stardom1120.96%3rd
129Daisuke Masaoka, Jun Kasai & Masashi Takeda vs. ERE07/19FREEDOMS1120.96%4th
129Saya Kamitani vs. Starlight Kid07/09Stardom1120.96%4th
131Arisa Nakajima vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto04/29SEAdLINNNG1120.96%5th
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132Kazuchika Okada vs. Zack Sabre Jr.04/09NJPW1020.96%2nd
132Shoko Nakajima vs. Rika Tatsumi07/09TJPW1020.96%2nd
135NEXTREAM vs. NEXTREAM05/14AJPW1020.96%3rd
135Los Ingobernables de Japon vs. Kongo01/08NJPW/NOAH1020.96%3rd
137Claudio Castagnoli vs. Konosuke Takeshita (08/06 - AEW)08/06AEW1020.96%4th
138Arisa Nakajima & Hikaru Shida vs. Ibuki Hoshi & Tsukasa Fujimoto05/22Ice Ribbon1020.96%5th
139Chris Jericho vs. Tomohiro Ishii11/23AEW941.91%7th
140Chris Jericho vs. Action Andretti12/14AEW931.44%4th
141Ben-K vs. Yuki Yoshioka12/25DG931.44%6th
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143Kazuchika Okada vs. JONAH08/07NJPW920.96%5th
143Hideki Suzuki vs. Kaito Kiyomiya09/03NOAH920.96%5th
145CM Punk vs. Dustin Rhodes04/20AEW920.96%6th
145The Usos vs. The Street Profits07/02WWE920.96%6th
147Villano IV vs. Psycho Clown06/18AAA910.48%2nd
147AC Mack vs. Masha Slamovich03/04ACTION910.48%2nd
147Kyle O'Reilly vs. Rey Fenix05/18AEW910.48%2nd
147Biff Busick vs. Brody King03/19Circle 6910.48%2nd
147YAMATO vs. Yuki Yoshioka05/11DG910.48%2nd
147GENTARO vs. Yasushi Sato03/19Dream Fighter Wrestling910.48%2nd
147Honor No More vs. Impact Originals06/19Impact Wrestling910.48%2nd
147Maikol and Gint Giovanna vs CLS11/21Legion Nueva Era Argentina910.48%2nd
147El Desperado vs. Hiromu Takahashi06/03NJPW910.48%2nd
147Jay White vs. Tama Tonga10/10NJPW910.48%2nd
147Chris Brookes vs. Kid Lykos10/15PROGRESS910.48%2nd
158Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii09/04AEW841.91%7th
159Orange Cassidy vs. Katsuyori Shibata11/04AEW831.44%6th
159Imperium vs. The Brawling Brutes10/08WWE831.44%6th
161CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley08/24AEW831.44%7th
162Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii05/14NJPW820.96%4th
163Tomohiro Ishii vs. Taichi07/17NJPW820.96%5th
163Kenoh vs. Kaito Kiyomiya01/01NOAH820.96%5th
165Samoa Joe vs. Darby Allin12/07AEW820.96%6th
165Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kazuchika Okada vs. Kaito Kiyomiya & Keiji Muto01/08NJPW/NOAH820.96%6th
167Jon Moxley vs. Chris Jericho08/10AEW820.96%7th
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168Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Daiju Wakamatsu08/14BJW810.48%3rd
168Yuki Yoshioka vs. Eita09/19DG810.48%3rd
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168Marcius Pitt vs. Gavin McGavin01/08EPW810.48%3rd
168Kyoko Kimura vs. Jungle Kyona05/23Hana Kimura Memorial810.48%3rd
168The Motor City Machine Guns vs. Aussie Open09/22Impact Wrestling810.48%3rd
168Conurbardo vs CLS07/17Legion Nueva Era Argentina810.48%3rd
168Kazuchika Okada vs. Tetsuya Naito05/01NJPW810.48%3rd
177Will Ospreay vs. Nick Wayne06/19GCW731.44%8th
177Taichi vs. DOUKI01/10JTO731.44%8th
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179El Lindaman vs. DOUKI08/24GLEAT720.96%6th
181El Hijo del Vikingo vs. Bandido12/28AAA720.96%7th
181Will Ospreay vs. Ricky Knight Jr.08/21RevPro720.96%7th
181Arisa Nakajima vs. Riko Kaiju05/13SEAdLINNNG720.96%7th
184Adam Priest vs. Anthony Henry12/02ACTION710.48%4th
184Swerve In Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed09/21AEW710.48%4th
184Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett vs. Darby Allin & Sting11/19AEW710.48%4th
184CM Punk & Jon Moxley vs. FTR02/09AEW710.48%4th
184Yuki Yoshioka vs. YAMATO11/06DG710.48%4th
184The Kings Of The District vs. The Production07/02Enjoy710.48%4th
184Julian Ward vs. Michael Morleone vs. Taylor King12/17EPW710.48%4th
184Sami Callihan vs. Steve Maclin vs. Moose09/23Impact Wrestling710.48%4th
184Christian Rose vs Jeremy Wyatt04/29Journey Pro710.48%4th
184Gint Giovanna vs Ricky Rocca10/23Legion Nueva Era Argentina710.48%4th
184Virus vs. Makabre10/16Lucha Memes710.48%4th
184Tomohiro Ishii vs. Shingo Takagi03/07NJPW710.48%4th
184Keiji Muto vs. Kaito Kiyomiya07/16NOAH710.48%4th
184Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Masa Kitamiya01/16NOAH710.48%4th
184The 0121 vs. The Sunshine Machine vs. The Smokin' Aces06/25PROGRESS710.48%4th
184Hazuki vs. Saya Kamitani08/28Stardom710.48%4th
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201Josh Alexander vs. Frankie Kazarian11/18Impact Wrestling620.96%6th
201Saya Kamitani vs. Tam Nakano03/27Stardom620.96%6th
203Adam Page vs. Lance Archer02/09AEW620.96%8th
203Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Hideki Suzuki04/08NOAH620.96%8th
205Anthony Henry vs. Adam Priest01/21ACTION610.48%5th
205Chris Jericho vs. Bandido09/28AEW610.48%5th
205Mistico vs. Atlantis Jr.05/27CMLL610.48%5th
205Calamari Drunken Kings vs. ASUKA & MAO05/22DDT610.48%5th
205Miyu Yamashita vs. Miyuki Takase06/11DPW610.48%5th
205Andrew Everett vs. Bojack01/15DPW610.48%5th
205Bryan Keith vs. Mike Bailey12/16Freelance610.48%5th
205Jordynne Grace vs. Masha Slamovich11/18Impact Wrestling610.48%5th
205Josh Alexander vs. Eddie Edwards10/07Impact Wrestling610.48%5th
205Cami Love vs Chuck Dixon08/31Legion Nueva Era Argentina610.48%5th
205Teo Griffin vs Aerial Van Go vs Solar Sanchez vs McKiller12/12Legion Nueva Era Argentina610.48%5th
205Fred Rosser vs. Gabriel Kidd02/19NJPW610.48%5th
205Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada & Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Suzuki-gun & Yoshiaki Fujiwara03/01NJPW610.48%5th
205Kazuchika Okada vs. JONAH10/10NJPW610.48%5th
205El Desperado & Master Wato vs. Hiromu Takahashi & Taiji Ishimori11/05NJPW610.48%5th
205Mike Bailey vs. Bandido01/29PWG610.48%5th
205Mercedes Martinez vs. Willow Nightingale04/01ROH610.48%5th
205Travis Huckabee vs. Adam Priest06/19SUP610.48%5th
223FTR vs. The United Empire vs. Roppongi Vice06/26AEW/NJPW510.48%6th
223Dragon Dia vs. Takuma Fujiwara03/05DG531.44%9th
224Jon Moxley vs. MJF11/19AEW520.96%7th
224Syuri vs. ASUKA05/23Hana Kimura Memorial520.96%7th
224KENTA vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi01/05NJPW520.96%7th
227Adam Page vs. Konosuke Takeshita05/18AEW520.96%8th
227Las Fresa de Egoistas vs. Ayame Sasamura & Riko Kaiju09/22SEAdLINNNG520.96%8th
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229J-Master vs Striker05/16Catch Argentino510.48%6th
229MAO vs. ASUKA05/01DDT510.48%6th
229Jon Moxley vs. Tom Lawlor04/30DEFY510.48%6th
229Shingo Takagi vs. Taichi12/19JTO510.48%6th
229Jun Kasai & Tomoaki Honma vs. Suzuki-gun05/06JTO510.48%6th
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229Taichi vs. Shingo Takagi04/25NJPW510.48%6th
229Katsuyori Shibata vs. Ren Narita01/04NJPW510.48%6th
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229Maya Yukihi & Rina Yamashita vs. Miyuki Takase & Ryo Mizunami05/20NOMADS510.48%6th
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229Mayu Iwatani vs. Starlight Kid10/01Stardom510.48%6th
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245BULLET CLUB vs. Dudes With Attitudes06/26AEW/NJPW420.96%8th
245Hartley Jackson vs. Mizuki Watase12/27DDT420.96%8th
245Jonathan Gresham vs. Chris Sabin01/08Impact Wrestling420.96%8th
245Juice Robinson vs. David Finlay07/26NJPW420.96%8th
250Natural Vibes vs. GOLD CLASS03/05DG420.96%9th
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251Darby Allin, Sting & The Hardys vs. AFO03/23AEW410.48%7th
251Luchasaurus vs. Jack Perry11/19AEW410.48%7th
251Cash Wheeler vs. Dax Harwood04/27AEW410.48%7th
251Calamari Drunken Kings & DISASTER BOX vs. The 37KAMIINA & ASUKA06/12CyberFight410.48%7th
251Jungle Kyona vs. Masha Slamovich09/10GCW410.48%7th
251Josh Alexander vs. Eric Young06/19Impact Wrestling410.48%7th
251J-Master vs Francisco Rolon07/17Legion Nueva Era Argentina410.48%7th
251Kazuchika Okada vs. Jeff Cobb07/16NJPW410.48%7th
251Tetsuya Naito vs. Zack Sabre Jr.03/27NJPW410.48%7th
251EVIL vs. Tama Tonga05/01NJPW410.48%7th
251Juice Robinson vs. Ren Narita10/08NJPW410.48%7th
251Taichi vs. Jay White08/13NJPW410.48%7th
251Trey Miguel vs. Alex Shelley11/12REVOLVER410.48%7th
251Mina Shirakawa vs. Thekla01/29Stardom410.48%7th
251Hikaru Sato vs. Keita Yano09/19Tenryu Project410.48%7th
251Pom Harajuku vs. Max The Impaler08/13TJPW410.48%7th
251Hyper Misao & Nodoka Tenma vs. Marika Kobashi & Raku vs. Hikari Noa & Yuki Arai vs. Magical Sugar Rabbits vs. Hakuchumu02/28TJPW410.48%7th
251KrackerJak vs. Lochy Hendricks05/27WrestleRock410.48%7th
270Wheeler Yuta vs. Daniel Garcia09/07AEW310.48%8th
270Jeff Hardy vs. Darby Allin05/11AEW310.48%8th
270Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita07/13AEW310.48%8th
270Brody King vs. Darby Allin08/10AEW310.48%8th
270The Young Bucks vs. Swerve In Our Glory vs. Team Taz07/13AEW310.48%8th
270Team Mexico vs. Team World10/28CMLL310.48%8th
270Niebla Roja vs. Titan04/22CMLL310.48%8th
270Atsushi Kotoge, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Yoshiki Inamura vs. Burning & Kazusada Higuchi06/12CyberFight310.48%8th
270ASUKA & MAO vs. Harimao07/24DDT310.48%8th
270Kevin Blackwood vs. Jay Freddie06/18ESW310.48%8th
270Rina Yamashita & Toru Sugiura vs. Los Mazisos06/05GCW310.48%8th
270T-Hawk vs. El Lindaman02/22GLEAT310.48%8th
270Guido el Demoledor vs Lucio12/12Legion Nueva Era Argentina310.48%8th
270Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Jon Moxley vs. Juice Robinson vs. Will Ospreay05/14NJPW310.48%8th
270Kazuchika Okada vs. El Desperado03/02NJPW310.48%8th
270Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Kaito Kiyomiya02/15NOAH310.48%8th
270Alex Shelley vs. Bandido05/29Prestige310.48%8th
270Deonna Purrazzo vs. Jungle Kyona10/30Prestige310.48%8th
270Cara Noir vs. Spike Trivet06/25PROGRESS310.48%8th
270Mike Bailey vs. Buddy Matthews07/03PWG310.48%8th
270Gabriel Kidd vs. Francesco Akira01/29RevPro310.48%8th
270Swerve In Our Glory vs. Shane Taylor Promotions12/10ROH310.48%8th
270Chihiro Hashimoto vs. ASUKA07/10Sendai Girls310.48%8th
270Saya Kamitani vs. Himeka08/21Stardom310.48%8th
270Sakura Hirota vs. Miyuki Takase vs. Alfred Necklenpurg08/13WAVE310.48%8th
270Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens & The Brawling Brutes vs. The Bloodline11/26WWE310.48%8th
270Bron Breakker vs. JD McDonagh vs. Ilja Dragunov10/22WWE310.48%8th
270Seth Rollins vs. Cody Rhodes05/08WWE310.48%8th
270Mad Dog Connelly vs. Jake Lander04/30ZERO1 USA310.48%8th
299Eddie Kingston, Shota Umino & Wheeler Yuta vs. Minoru Suzuki & The Jericho Appreciation Society06/26AEW/NJPW220.96%10th
299Maika & MIRAI vs. Aoi & Tomoka Inaba09/12JTO220.96%10th
301Laredo Kid vs. Taurus vs. Fenix vs. Bandido vs. El Hijo del Vikingo06/18AAA210.48%9th
301Kento Miyahara & Takuya Nomura vs. Cyrus & Shuji Ishikawa12/07AJPW210.48%9th
301Natsumi Sumikawa vs. Miku Aono10/30AWG210.48%9th
301Mari & Miku Aono vs. Kouki & Natsuki08/12AWG210.48%9th
301Kazusada Higuchi vs. Yuki Ueno12/29DDT210.48%9th
301Emi Sakura vs. Mizuki08/13DPW210.48%9th
301Alexander Otsuka, Katsushi Takemura, MAZADA & Nobuyuki Kurashima vs. Hisamaru Tajima, Sanshu Tsubakichi, TAMURA & Yutaka Yoshie12/01Dradition210.48%9th
301Daisuke Sekimoto, Shuji Ishikawa & Yuji Hino vs. Daichi Hashimoto, Kazusada Higuchi & Yuma Aoyagi06/15Fortune Dream210.48%9th
301Mei Suruga vs. Yuna Mizumori09/15Gatoh Move210.48%9th
301Gringo Loco & Los Vipers vs. Arez, ASF & Komander12/16GCW210.48%9th
301Psycho Clown vs. Gringo Loco02/05GCW210.48%9th
301Trey Miguel vs. Steve Maclin01/08Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
301Mickie James vs. Deonna Purrazzo01/08Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
301Deonna Purrazzo vs. Rok-C01/13Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
301Adam Priest vs. Mad Dog Connelly07/11IWTV210.48%9th
301CLS vs Team Dojo10/23Legion Nueva Era Argentina210.48%9th
301Cíclope & Lobo Blanco vs. Damián 666 & El Mago01/30Lucha Libre Vanguardia210.48%9th
301Ryusuke Taguchi vs. SHO05/25NJPW210.48%9th
301Lance Archer vs. Kazuchika Okada08/16NJPW210.48%9th
301Satoshi Kojima vs. Kenoh07/16NOAH210.48%9th
301Hideki Suzuki & Timothy Thatcher vs. Masa Kitamiya & Yoshiki Inamura07/16NOAH210.48%9th
301Charli Evans vs. Cara Noir01/15Resurgence210.48%9th
301AZM vs. Mei Suruga04/29Stardom210.48%9th
301Liam Lacey vs Zakk Archer06/18Tasmanian Championship Wrestling210.48%9th
301Magical Sugar Rabbits vs. Saki Akai & Yuki Arai07/09TJPW210.48%9th
301Maki Ito vs. Alex Windsor07/09TJPW210.48%9th
301Vinnie Massaro vs. Naomichi Marufuji vs. Xtreme Tiger vs. Misterioso11/19West Coast Pro210.48%9th
301Fuminori Abe vs. Masha Slamovich10/04wXw210.48%9th
329Tomohiro Ishii vs. Adam Cole04/22AEW110.48%10th
329Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho09/14AEW110.48%10th
329Bryan Danielson vs. Matt Sydal05/27AEW110.48%10th
329PAC vs. Orange Cassidy10/12AEW110.48%10th
329Wardlow vs. MJF05/29AEW110.48%10th
329Maya Yukihi, Mayumi Ozaki & Suwama vs. Team 200kg & Shuji Ishikawa12/25AJPW110.48%10th
329Kento Miyahara, Ryo Inoue, Takuya Nomura & Yuma Anzai vs. Kosei Fujita, Ryohei Oiwa, Yuji Nagata & Yuto Nakashima10/02AJPW110.48%10th
329Black Generation vs. Sky Team, Bandido, Ciclon Ramirez Jr. & Gravity03/25Big Lucha110.48%10th
329Eruption & Kazuki Hirata vs. Pokotan & Gota Ihashi11/05DDT110.48%10th
329DISASTER BOX vs. The 37KAMIINA02/27DDT110.48%10th
329Bojack vs. Diego Hill06/03DPW110.48%10th
329Tony Johnson vs. Ray Lyn vs. Killian McMurphy vs. Big Game Leroy vs. David Lawless vs. Edith Surreal vs. Mr. Grim vs. Pretty Boy Smooth vs. Calvin Couture vs. O'Shay Edwards vs. Devon Monroe vs. Tyler Klein vs. Erica Leigh vs. Jordan Blade vs. Zeke Mercer vs. Eel O'Neal vs. Cowpoke Paul vs. Billy Dixon vs. Sazzy Boatright vs. ??? vs. Angelo Carter vs. Paris Sahara vs. Perfect Perkins vs. The Unwilting Tatiana vs. Yinza12/17Enjoy110.48%10th
329Mike Bailey vs. Lee Moriarty04/09Enjoy110.48%10th
329The Untouchables vs. Freos Finest09/03EPW110.48%10th
329Team Bandido vs. Team Gringo01/23GCW110.48%10th
329Tetsuya Izuchi vs. Yu Iizuka03/05GLEAT110.48%10th
329El Lindaman vs. Kaito Ishida12/30GLEAT110.48%10th
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329Adam Brooks vs. Mitch Waterman03/12MCW110.48%10th
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329Shingo Takagi vs. Taichi06/12NJPW110.48%10th
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329Yuka Sakazaki vs. Masha Slamovich07/03PWG110.48%10th
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329Oedo Tai vs. STARS05/05Stardom110.48%10th
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329Sanshiro Takagi vs. Hyper Misao03/19TJPW110.48%10th
329Miyu Yamashita vs. Thunder Rosa07/09TJPW110.48%10th
329Suzu Suzuki vs. Hikaru Shida08/14WAVE110.48%10th
329Kevin Blackwood vs. SB KENTo11/19West Coast Pro110.48%10th
329Starboy Charlie vs. Titus Alexander08/19West Coast Pro110.48%10th
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329Carmelo Hayes vs. Ricochet09/04WWE110.48%10th
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