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ROH/NJPW G1 Supercard results: live coverage

ROH/NJPW G1 Supercard
April 6, 2019
Madison Square Garden
New York, New York

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Winner Take All – NEVER Openweight and ROH World Television Championship
Will Ospreay (NEVER Openweight Champion) vs. Jeff Cobb (ROH TV Champion)

Awesome opener. Cobb win with the Tour of the Islands. Cobb is still TV Champion and new NEVER Openweight Champion.

Rush vs. Dalton Castle

Rush basically destroyed Castle with a flurry of dropkicks in the corner. He pinned Castle in less than 30 seconds. I guess Castle is too injured? Kevin Kelly wondered if this is the same Castle that can become a contender for the World Title. Castle attacked The Boys after the match.

In a backstage segment, Juice Robinson was shown laid out on the floor. His attacker was not shown.

Women of Honor World Championship
Mayu Iwatani (Champion) vs. Kelly Klein

Klein defeated Iwatani to become the Women Of Honor World Champion. They saluted each other out of respect after the match. After the match, Angelina Love and Velvet Sky made their way to the ring. Mandy Rose walked down and joined Love and Sky in attacking Klein. Looks like The Beautiful People has formed in ROH. They will be known as The Allure.

New York City Street Fight
Bully Ray vs. Juice Robinson

Bully Ray interrupted and attacked Mega Ran during his musical performance. Bully said Juice Robinson wasn’t going to make it because something happened to him backstage. Looks like the Flip Gordon was an injury because he was added to this match. Silas Young and Shane Taylor hit the ring to work over Gordon. Lifeblood’s Juice Robinson ran out to make it a six-man tag. This match included all sorts of weapons. The babyfaces won after Gordon hit the 450 splash on Bully and they all covered Bully for the pin.

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship – Three-Way Match
Taiji Ishimori (Champion) vs. Dragon Lee vs. Bandido

Awesome match. There was a crazy Spanish fly off the top rope with all three men taking the move off the top rope. Dragon Lee won the title by pinning Bandido shortly after Ishimori took a knee that took him out of the ring. Great match.

Winner Take All – IWGP Tag Team and ROH World Tag Team Championships
Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa) (IWGP) vs. Villain Enterprises (PCO and Brody King) (ROH) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (Evil and Sanada) vs. The Briscoe Brothers

PCO took some really crazy and unnecessary mumps including a powerbomb onto the floor at ringside. Seriously.  GOD pinned Brody after hitting a double team powerbomb off the top.

Enzo Amore and Big Cass jumped the rail and went after the Briscoes at ringside. Bully Ray ran out and nailed Enzo with punches. Big Cass jumped the rail and started hitting Bully with punches. Enzo and Cass were escorted out of the arena. This is crazy.

British Heavyweight Championship
Zack Sabre Jr. (Champion) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi

Sabre retained via submission. Great match full of Sabre-style submission offense.

IWGP Intercontinental Championship
Tetsuya Naito (Champion) vs. Kota Ibushi

Insane match. There were a ton of near falls including one after a pair of Kinshasa’s from Ibushi. Ibushi won the title with a knee strike to the face and the pin. Wow.

ROH World Championship – Three-Way Ladder Match
Jay Lethal (Champion) vs. Marty Scurll vs. Matt Taven

There were tons of crazy ladder spots including one spot where Taven was dropped onto two ladders locked together that formed an X in the ring. Later, Taven did a spear through the ropes on Scurll through a table at ringside. A minute later, Lethal did a dive off a ladder onto Taven and through a table. Taven brought a giant purple ladder in the ring. and Lethal and Scrull each set up ladders as platforms that reached the ropes and also held up the large ladder. Lethal fell through one of the platform ladders and Taven reached up to grab the title. New Champion.

IWGP Heavyweight Championship
Jay White (Champion) vs. Kazuchika Okada

Excellent match and it felt like a true NJPW main event match. Okada won the title after hitting two rainmakers, a tombstone and a third rainmaker.

Great way to end a very good show.






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