The culmination of Kenny Omega’s story. The end of Kazuchika Okada’s run. One of the best tag team matches ever. A street fight between Chris Jericho and Tetsuya Naito. It’s safe to say NJPW Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-Jo Hall was one of the best wrestling shows ever.
The main event is a must watch, Match of the Year contender with some crazy bumps and a great story to cap off a really good Best of the Super Juniors tournament. Be sure to watch the finals, and the Chaos/Suzuki-gun match if you have time.
Top to bottom, Best of the Super Juniors Night 13 was a fantastic show, as you’d expect with eight singles matches. Dragon Lee v Desperado is must-watch, Ospreay v Flip was #actuallygood, and there wasn’t a bad match on the card.
NJPW wraps up its Wrestling Dontaku 2018 tour in Fukuoka with the latest, and possibly final, chapter in one of the greatest rivalries of all time between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada. Will Ospreay continues his quest to become the new ace of juniors against KUSHIDA, and the BULLET CLUB explodes.
The top 3 matches from NJPW Wrestling Dontaku 2018 were all quite good. The main event was the only truly great match but Cody/Ibushi had elements that I’m sure will contribute to the larger story later on, so I would check that out too if you have time.
There really wasn’t much to NJPW Road to Wrestling Dontaku 2018: Night 12 until the final two matches. Goto/Juice absolutely delivered and the main event was a very good contest that served as a nice preview for the two big title matches on May 4th in Fukuoka.