Overall, this was an amazing way to end such an awesome tournament. Watching all of these people go and have an amazing tournament from start to end was great. We got to see people have good debut as well as good people settling scores! But now we have our final match of the BOSJ Tournament final as it will be a 2020 Rematch! El Desperado Vs Hiromu Takahashi.
Preview: Today! Is the final day of the BOSJ29 tournament. We have some big stakes in this one. Who will win A Block and B block? Some huge names to look for are El Desperado. ELP. Taiji Ishimori. Hiromu Tanahashi and Robbie Eagles. Who will win and move o n to the finals on the third! Lets find out.
AVERAGE Master Wato Vs Douki: Match starts out the gate with a striking sequence before Douki would hit a splash on the outside and then a DDT on the floor. Back on the top rope he would hit a Top Rope Senton onto Wato on the outside. Douki would lock on the Douki Chokey quickly before Wato would escape then land a tilt a world onto the ground. After that it seemed like Wato would keep the ground hitting some high offense using his legs. Douki would fight back and hit some sweet offense before going for Daybreak but would be caught by a German suplex. Douki would counter after a moment with a roll up then back into the Doukey Chokey. Wato would somehow fight back before hitting a tombstone Piledriver both men would have a small striking sequence that ends with Douki hitting a lariat then scoring DayBreak then as he we for another finisher Master Wato would lock in A painful submission.
Results: Master Wato wins by submission.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 2.50 Stars
AVERAGE Yoshinobu Kanemaru Vs Ryusuke Taguchi: This match starts with them going after each other of course Ryusuke hitting multiple hip attacks before they have a quick back and forth sequence ending with Kanemaru hitting two back to back roll ups getting the victory in fast fashion.
Results: Yoshinobu Kanemaru wins by Pinfall via roll up.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 2.75 Stars
AVERAGE El Lindaman Vs Bushi: Match was very slow. Very calm and not fast at all with this match. Lots of strength Vs Wrestling type of match. Such as Lindaman hitting a Neckbreaker then a huge missile Dropkick. As he goes for more offense Bushi catches him with a Dropkick then a nasty Apron DDT. After getting the match back in the ring they would have a small back and forth but mostly Lindaman had the control before Bushi would counter then hit a lungblower then going for MX and Connecting for the win.
Results: Bushi wins by pinfall Via MX.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 2.50 Stars
GOOD Clark Connors Vs Alex Zayne: Match would start with Connors hitting two spears on Alex one in the ring and one out the ring before getting back to the ring. Clark would focus on the neck of Alex before Zayne starts to fight back hitting a nice clothesline then a few forearms following with a nice midair Front flip kick showing incredible timing. The match would continue back and forth hitting some moves before Alex hits the no hands Hurricanrana. After holding the advantage for a while Clark fight back with a huge German suplex then on the apron goes for some moves before eventually Alex would counter and hit a Huge Powerbomb on the apron. Something we don’t see too often which was awesome. Back in the ring he would go for the cinnamon twist but gets caught with knees. Clark would hit a scoop slam and Alex would try and be quick and go for a roll up but would get caught in a trophy killer instead giving Clark the victory!
Results: Clark Connors wins by Pinfall via Trophy Killer.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.00 Stars.
GOOD TJP Vs Wheeler Yuta: This match would start very technical at the start. Showing a lot of techniques and good technical Wrestling from both men. I enjoy these matches the most because yes they are slower but they are doing logical moves like having a whole match in wrist locks and knuckle locks trying to get an advantage. After a while TJP would get the advantage by snapping the arm then locking in some submissions having a lower hammerlock one in before Wheeler Yuta tries to counter with roll ups but end up getting caught in a scorpion Death lock into a Muta lock back into the snapping arm position hitting that snap on the other arm. After more time TJP would go for a Boot Wash but Wheeler would fight back before hitting a nice splash in the corner then a crossbody then after a little back and forth He scores a German Suplex. After both men get back to there feet TJP Scores with a back suplex abs Yuta replies with a Pain thriller. Back to there feet they exchange kicks and clotheslines before TJP scores a Springboard forearm then hits a tornado DDT before going for the Mamba Splash but misses Yuta hits some elbows going for a pin but TJP Reverses it into another pin himself then into his usual submission but Yuta would reverse out of it before going for it again. After some more exchanges from both men to finish. Yuta would hit the seatbelt Clutch to claim his victory.
Results: Wheeler Yuta wins by pinfall Via Seatbelt Clutch.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.25 Stars.
GOOD YOH Vs SHO: The match starts with SHO going to the back trying to Lure YOH to the back but YOH sits in the ring before SHO comes back before the count. He then beats up a Young Lion to distract everyone before hitting YOH with the time keeper Hammer. Back on the outside now SHO would crack YOH with the chair. Back in the ring both men are having a nice back and forth YOH focusing his attack to the legs hitting some good dragon screws. SHO Would take the ref down pushing him before going to hit YOH with the pocket wrench. YOH would pick up a chair before both men drop there weapons and continue fighting. Well The Ref took his pocket Wrench. Both men would then wrestle back and forth hitting there former R3K Knee strikes before YOH takes SHOs HEAD absolutely off with a lariat before hitting a suplex on the knee. He would go for direct drive but SHO would hit a backdrop then moves the ref in front of him before SHO hits a low blow before getting another Wrench from the corner pad stuffing before hitting YOH in the head with it then hitting the Crossarm Piledriver.
Results: SHO beats YOH by Pinfall via Piledriver.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.00 Stars.
GOOD Titan Vs robbie Eagles: Match starts with both men doing a good standard lock up and grappling aiming toward the Lucha area. Robbie decides to pick up the pace more hitting Hurricanrana and focusing his attacks on the legs of Titan before Titan hits a clothesline on Robbie then takes him outside with a suicide dive then a body slam on the floor before hitting a Double Stomp on the floor missing Robbie who hits a dive of his own. Robbie would hit knees in the corner before locking in Ron Miller. Titan would escape as they go back to fighting before exchanging strikes before Titan hits a shoulder breaker he looks for a double stomp but misses before Robbie hits a springboard Dropkick to the knee but then Titan hits a unique Roll up for the win!
Results: Titan wins by pinfall via Roll up.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating – 3.00 Stars.
GREAT Francesco Akira Vs Ace Austin: Match would start with a quick pace moves like a head scissors to Austin going for a flying move but Austin would move then hit a Superkick on the apron before getting back in the ring but getting caught by a apron cutter into the ring by Akira. Akira would hit a nice kick in the corner before applying more pressure on ace. Ace would fight back before hitting the house of cards but it would be countered by a roll up Ace austin would fight back by hitting some clotheslines into the corner before nailing a double rope swing kick. Ace would look for more but Akira would hit a roll through into the double Stomp. Akira after some more attempts of a pinfall before getting real aggressive throwing ace head against the canvas. Ace Austin would fight back with a roundhouse kick then the house of cards before going for the fold but instead puts Akira on the top rope before going for a back suplex that Akira would counter to a sunset bomb then a Moonsault onto the floor. Both men would fight on the outside before Akira would hit his Fireball on the outside off the apron before winning by countout.
Results: Francesco Akira wins by Count out.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.50 Stars
GREAT El Desperado Vs El Phantasmo: Match starts with ELP Trying to run the clock for a 30 minute tie but after a while tricks desperado into following him before hitting a DDT on the floor. ELP would look for a Powerbomb but end up getting backdropped onto two chairs then followed up with a dive afterwards before getting back in the ring where he starts to go after the legs hitting some submissions and knee drops before ELP would end up throwing desperado from the inside to outside of the ring suplex position. Back in the ring ELP would hit two brain busters then a nice last ride Powerbomb before hitting a springboard crossbody then go for a lionsault but miss it getting hit with a spear. Desperado then goes and hits a move similar to Pain thriller and try to go back to the legs before switching to hit his signature. ELP would throw desperado outside before hitting a huge top rope crossbody. Then back in the ring he would go for another top rope move but would get down to the floor as Desperado would hit a chop block before locking in a stretch muffler ELP would fight out of it but get hit with a Spinebuster then Despy would lock in Numero Dos! ELP would try and counter but Desperado would change it to a dudebuster. Despy would go for Pinche loco but ELP would hit a quick roll up then Sudden Death Superkick before going for CR2 and connecting with it but to everyone surprise El Desperado would kick out of it! ELP would go for Pinche Loco now but his leg injury is too bad dropping it before going for it again. Desperado would go for a counter but be hit with a enziguri by ELP who goes for another sudden death before Desperado nails a forearm then a Pinche Loco before nailing a Huge CR2 to beat ELP!
Results: El Desperado Wins by Pinfall via CR2!
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.75 Stars.
GREAT Taiji Ishimori Vs Hiromu Takahashi: Match would start with Ishimori hitting a shotgun Dropkick before going to the outside Ishimori would throw Hiromu to the ring post then throw him again this time hitting his shoulder. Back in the ring Ishimori would hit a low Dropkick to the injured knee. This match continues with mostly Ishimori dominating the injured parts of Hiromu the arm and the knees before Hiromu starts to fight back and hits a apron running Dropkick to finally get some offense in. Ishimori would fight back continuing his attack on the arm throwing Tanahashi into the exposed turnbuckle then hitting a double knees arm breaker to follow up. Then As both men get up they start a sequence of strikes and speed ending with Ishimori going for a handspring move but gets caught by a German suplex. As Hiromu goes for another move to follow up Ishimori ends up getting a deadly Canadian Destroyer. Both men start to exchange strikes once back to there feet but Hiromu ends up ending it for a shotgun Dropkick in the corner before following it up with the Death Valley driver in the corner then his new submission called D. After Ishimori got out of the submission he would counter some moves and attempt bone lock but not connect all the way. Ishimori would try and go for his lungblower but Hiromu would fight back and go for a tombstone but Ishimori would counter into the lungblower he was looking for. Both men would get up and run to each other as Ishimori would hit a pop up Powerbomb and look for the pin but Hiromu would counter to the D Submission. After Ishimori would get to the ropes they would exchange moves but Hiromu would hit a thrust kick then a lariat before Taiji would hit a lariat of his own and hit a reverse Bloody Sunday. Ishimori would go for bloody Cross but Hiromu would reverse to a fireman’s carry going for a Death Valley driver into the exposed turnbuckle but instead Ishimori would counter throwing him shoulder first into the post then hit a shoulder breaker across his knee before attempting the bone lock. Hiromu would try and lock in the D but Would be planted by a dead lift Powerbomb. Ishimori would get back up and go for bloody cross again but would be caught in D again and be caught in it for a long time before Passing out completely.
Results: Hiromu wins by knockout via The D Submission.
Jayson Smith WR Star Rating: 3.75 Stars
Overall, this was an amazing way to end such an awesome tournament. Watching all of these people go and have an amazing tournament from start to end was great. We got to see people have good debut as well as good people settling scores! But now we have our final match of the BOSJ Tournament final as It will be a 2020 Rematch! El Desperado Vs Hiromu Takahashi.
Matches: 0.50/1 Stars
Show Structure: 1/1 Stars
Atmosphere…: 0.75/1 Stars
Storytelling: 75/1 Stars
Production/Theme: 0.50/1 Stars
Overall Rating. 3.50/5 Stars
Photo Credit: New Japan Pro Wrestling.
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