Taiji Ishimori, the current IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion and the former champ Hiromu Takahashi have taken over the top spot at the Best of the Super Juniors tournament. They are tied in first place with 10 points each while Master Wato, Sho and El Desperado are in second with eight points.
Ishimori pushed past Los Ingobernables de Japon’s Bushi during night six’s action. Bushi tried to squirm out of but ended up submitting to Ishimori’s Bone (Yes) Lock submission move.
Hiromu Takahashi took a really nasty Turbo Backpack on the apron from Robbie Eagles in their match. A dazed Takahashi made it back into the ring at nineteen. Eagles drove Takahashi into the mat with a cutter from the top rope. Takahashi kicked out at two. Eagles landed a 45o splash for another two count as Takahashi clutched his back in pain. No matter what Eagles tried Takahashi just wouldn’t concede the match. A front slam opened the door to a Time Bomb which was the end of Eagles.
Best of the Super Juniors Night 6 Results
Tomoaki Honma and Satoshi Kojima versus Gabriel Kidd and Yuji Nagata
Kidd doesn’t learn from the last 45 matches which have ended the same way. Kojima wins with his Lariat.
Winners: Tomoaki Honma and Satoshi Kojima
Yuya Uemura versus Ryusuke Taguchi – Best of the Super Juniors Tournament Match
Uemura submits to an ankle lock.
Winner: Ryusuke Taguchi
El Desperado versus Douki – Best of the Super Juniors Tournament Match
The two Suzuki-gun members battle. Desperado makes Douki submit with Numero Dos.
Winner: El Desperado
Master Wato versus Sho – Best of the Super Juniors Tournament Match
Sho takes the two points with a Shock Arrow.
Bushi versus Taiji Ishimori – Best of the Super Juniors Tournament Match
Winner: Taiji Ishimori
Robbie Eagles versus Hiromu Takahashi – Best of the Super Juniors Tournament Match
Winner: Hiromu Takahashi