Before I get to the results I just wanted to say that the price for New Japan World is worth it just for this show alone for the month. If you like great in ring work with some great storytelling I highly recommend you get New Japan World.

– IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) win the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Championships by defeating Roppongi 3K (SHO & YOH)

Fun opener with the best selling I can ever remember seeing from the Matt & Nick. The Bucks are one of if not the best tag team going today. I see big things for SHO & YOH in the future and hope to get a rematch between the two teams in the near future.

– NEVER OPENWEIGHT 6 MAN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP GAUNTLET MATCH
CHAOS (Beretta, Tomohiro Ishii, & Toru Yano) win the NEVER Openweight 6 Man Tag Team Championships by defeating Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Loa), Michael Elgin and War Machine (Hanson & Raymond Rowe), Suzuki-gun (Taichi, Takashi Iizuka, & Zack Sabre Jr.) and Taguchi Japan (Juice Robinson, Ryusuke Taguchi, & Togi Makabe)
1st Elimination – Suzuki-gun defeated Michael Elgin and War Machine
2nd Elimination – CHAOS defeated Suzuki-gun
3rd Elimination – CHAOS defeated Taguchi Japan
4th Elimination – CHAOS defeated Bullet Club

Nothing special but nothing bad either in this one. Looks to be Beretta’s coming out power in the heavyweight division at least they pushed hard it being his first heavyweight championship.

– Kota Ibushi defeated Cody Rhodes

I really enjoyed this match being a big fan of both men. Nothing was on the line but still the match seemed important and will be curious to see what direction both guys go next in the company.

– IWGP TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA) win the IWGP Tag Team Championships defeating Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer)

Good match but the constant pushing of it just being a matter of time before KES won telegraphed the title switch coming.

– NEVER OPENWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP HAIR VS. HAIR CHAOS & SUZUKI-GUN BARRED FROM RINGSIDE MATCH
Hirooki Goto wins the NEVER Openweight Championship by defeating Minoru Suzuki

This was my least favorite match of the night but that could be because I’m not as invested in the storyline as much as the weekly New Japan viewer.

– IWGP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT FOUR WAY MATCH
Will Ospreay wins the IWGP Jr. Championship by defeating Marty Scurll, Hiromu Takahashi, and KUSHIDA

This was a crazy four way with all you expect from great Jr’s./cruiserweights going full throttle. In the end Ospreay finally got his win over Scurll which I would have saved for a one on one match.

– IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Jay White to retain the IWGP Intercontinental Championship

First time all night a champion retained their championship. It was a nice way to introduce White as a player but let you know Tanahashi is still the “Ace” of the company.

– IWGP UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP NO DQ MATCH
Kenny Omega defeated Chris Jericho to retain the IWGP US Championship

If you like brawls with a mix of great wrestling this is the match for you. Jericho showed he is still one of the best wrestlers in the world and Omega showed why many people believe he is the best wrestler today.

– IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Kazuchika Okada defeated Tetsuya Naito to retain the IWGP Heavyweight Championship

As much as I loved the four way for the Jr’s. title and Omega/Jericho this match was better in my book. They built to the best match and these two wrestlers proved they deserved to headline the biggest show for the company. Great back and forth match that will have you on the edge of your seat with each near fall.