NJPW have recently held another show. Taiji Ishimori, KENTA, Aaron Solo and more were part of the first event of the NJPW Tamashii tour.
Welcome to another edition of Wrestling Republic’s coverage of New Japan Pro-Wrestling. This time, we’ll put the focus on the promotion’s latest event.
New Japan Pro-Wrestling has recently held the first show of their NJPW Tamashii tour, which took place from the Pioneer Recreation & Sports Center in Christchurch, New Zealand and presented 6 very interesting matches.
So, with nothing else to say, here are the full results of the November 11th NJPW Tamashii show in Christchurch, New Zealand:
- Tag Team Match: Chris Miles & Mark Tui defeated Jordan Allan-Wright & Shep Alexander – Mark Tui pinned Alexander after hitting the SKO (Match Time: 9m, 12s)
- Tag Team Match: BULLET CLUB (Bad Luck Fale & Jack Bonza) defeated Jake Taylor & Tony Kozina – Bad Luck Fale pinned Taylor after hitting the Elbow Drop (Match Time: 9m, 30s)
- Singles Match: Michael Richards defeated Richard Mulu – Richards pinned Mulu with the Schoolboy (Match Time: 9m,29s)
- Tag Team Match: The Natural Classics (Stevie Filip & Tome Filip) defeated Nikolai Anton Bell & Rowan Davis – Tome Filip pinned Davis after hitting the Mother Of All Bombs (Match Time: 10m, 23s)
- Singles Match: Taiji Ishimori defeated Aaron Solo – Ishimori submitted Solo with the Yes Lock (Match Time: 9m, 58s)
- Singles Match: KENTA defeated Andrew Villalobos – KENTA pinned Villalobos after hitting the Go2Sleep (Match Time: 13m, 39s)
This is all for our coverage of the November 11th NJPW Tamashii event in Christchurch, New Zealand. Stay tuned to Wrestling Republic, as we’ll keep you updated with everything you need to know about Japanese wrestling.
Where Can You Watch The NJPW Tamashii Tour?
Fans will be able to watch this -and every other NJPW event- on the promotion’s official streaming platform, NJPW World.
You can also subscribe to their official YouTube channel, as they upload some match highlights and other interesting contents. Additionally, make sure to check out NJPW’s official website and to follow them on their Japanese & English Twitter accounts for more information about schedule and merchandise.
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