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David Finlay, Shota Umino and Tomoyuki Oka vs. Hirai Kawato, Katsuya Kitamura and Tetsuhiro Yagi

We're off and running with the pre-show match with Umino and Kawato starting things off. Kawato and Finlay at it now, with Kawato getting the early advantage with strikes and a top rope dropkick. Finlay brings in Oka who hits a power slam right off the bat. Kawato back in it with a hip toss, power slam, and pin for a two-count. Kitamura gets the tag, as does Oka, to a nice pop from the crowd, the two big men collide with Kitamura landing a big spear and dead lift gut-wrench suplex. Kitmaura is a big man when looking at all of the competitors in this one. Oka manages to survive the onslaught and gets Finlay back in the ring, who gets a back body drop for his troubles. Yagi is in and hits a nice dropkick on Finlay. Yagi, Kawato, and Kitamura all in the ring working on Finlay. Boston crab on Finlay gets broken up by other wrestlers getting bumped into them. Finlay with a Stunner on Yagi! 1-2-3.

Winners: David Finlay, Shota Umino, and Tomoyuki Oka via Pinfall (Finlay)

- We get started with a Dominion preview video of all tonight's matches.

Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jushin Thunder Liger, Manabu Nakanishi and Satoshi Kojima vs. Tiger Mask, Tiger Mask W, Togi Makabe and Yuji Nagata

Nakanishi and Nagata start off the match, strikes to the face by Nagata. Tiger Mask in and then quickly brings in Tiger Mask W, the duo send kicks to Nakanishi chest, and drop him for a 2-count. Nakanishi with diving chop and splash for two count and brings in Liger to a nice pop. Liger with a nice tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, Tiger Mask W with a sneaky kick to the back of Liger and gets a boo from the crowd. Kojima is in and clears house before getting a Tiger Driver, in comes Tiger Mask W. Machine gun chops by Kojima! He's a on a tear right now, but gets caught as he goes up to the top. Tiger Mask W with a Pele kick to bring Kojima back down to the mat. Rapid strikes and standing moonsault by Tiger Mask W. Kojima cutter and in comes Tenzan with a double Pele kick. Nagata with some massive kicks, Tenzan with a headbutt and mongolian chops to the head. Nice exploder by Nagata and both men are on the mat. Makabe gets in there against Nakanishi and the two men collide over and over until Nakanishi gets the best of him, big spear! Everyone is coming into the ring now and hitting moves. Nakanishi and Makabe still the legal men, knee drop on the back of the head by Makabe and that's enough for the win!

Winners: Tiger Mask, Tiger Mask W, Togi Makabe and Yuji Nagata via Pinfall (Makabe)

Los Ingobernables de Japon (Bushi, Evil and Sanada) (c) vs. Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page and Yujiro Takahashi) vs. Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano and Yoshi-Hashi) vs. Suzuki-gun (Taichi, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Zack Sabre Jr.) vs. Taguchi Japan (Juice Robinson, Ricochet and Ryusuke Taguchi) - Gauntlet match for the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship

Out first is Bad Luck Fale, Hangman Page, and Yujiro Takahashi, who heads to the ring with two ladies by his side. One of them in an outfit that would not be considered PG. Facing them is the team of Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano, and Yoshi-Hashi. Page and Ishii get us started and Ishii going after everyone early on, even putting Bad Luck Fale down to the floor with a headbutt. Takahashi and Yoshi going at each other, Takahashi is a biter! He bites down on the hand of Yoshi and gets caught with a running neckbreaker. Fale suddenly runs into the ring and takes out the entire Chaos team. Fale brings Ishii out to the crowd and people scatter. Yano tries to help out, but gets dropped in a hurry. Page and Yoshi-Hashi are the legal men, Page goes to work stomping a mud hole into Yoshi, yells at the ref, and hits a dead lift pump-handle suplex with a bridge for a two-count. Fale continues to beat up people on the outside while Takahashi and Yoshi-Hashi continue to work in the ring, neckbreaker by Yoshi and he crawls to tag Yano, who instantly unties the turnbuckle. Takahashi nearly runs into it and puts down the taunting Yano. Double team by Page and Takahashi. Big splash by Fale and they nearly get a three-count. Ishii clothesline Fale out of the ring to the floor! Crowd loves it! It's bedlam in the ring, with Yano trying to fight off two men, he gets in a lowblow with a distracted ref and gets a three count.

In comes Taichi, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Zack Sabre Jr.

The trio gets in a quick attack before the bell rings. After Yano nearly gets a quick pin, things calm down and it's Zack Sabre Jr. in there against Yano. Sabre Jr. goes to work on Yano and gets a fairly easy pin.

Out next is Ricochet, Ryusuke Taguchi, and Juice Robinson.

Triple hip attack starts things off, multiple clotheslines in the corner on Sabre Jr. Taguchi plays catcher, Ricochet pretends like he's throwing a ball and Robinson runs in for a cannonball. Taguchi cornered by Taichi and Kanemaru, although he tries to escape. Sabre Jr. puts down an invisible ball and Taguchi gets a kick to the backside. Sabre Jr. and Taguchi in the ring, hip attack puts down Zack. Ricochet and Robinson with some double team moves, running shooting star off the back of Robinson. Ref gets distracted, bell hammer is used to stun Robinson and thrown into the exposed turnbuckle. Buzzsaw kick on Robinson who kicks out at 2. Ref gets caught in a move, misfired water spray helps Robinson gets the 1-2-3. Sabre Jr. attacks Robinson while the next team comes out.

The champs, Bushi, Evil and Sanada are the last team out.


Evil immediately after Robinson, then turns his attention to Taguchi on the outside, putting a chair around his neck, he takes another chair and smacks him with it. Evil and Sanada with an elbow/splash combination. Robinson tries to fight off all three men and is able to work his way out of trouble before wilting to the mat. He brings in Ricochet with a high springboard dropkick. Ricochet is attacked by Evil and Sanada, but his kicks are able to keep them away. Neckbreaker/DDT combination on both men! Palm strike stuns Sanada on the top rope, but Evil sends Ricochet to the outside. Huge multiple men superplex with Ricochet getting caught hard on the tail end of the move by Sanada's legs. He looks to recover though. Bushi and Taguchi now in the ring, close 2-count on Bushi. Ankle lock by Taguchi on Bushi, who attempts to escape, but can't until Sanada gets in the ring. Evil clears out everyone, Skull End into the MX by Bushi to get the 1-2-3!

Winners: Bushi, Evil, and Sanada retain the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship via Pinfall

Roppongi Vice (Beretta and Rocky Romero) (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) - IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship

We're off and running with our first Superkick of the match. Young Bucks head to the outside for a breather and Beretta hits a front flip dive out to the floor. Apron powerbomb by Matt Jackson, Matt then slams Rocky into the ring post a few times. Action gets back into the ring, Matt holds Beretta's leg and Nick gets in a wheelkick. Sharpshooter by Beretta, Matt quickly gets to the ropes. In comes Nick, double elbow, spinning kick, wheelbarrow cutter. Some great double team work by The Young Bucks so far in this one. Rocky has been basically put out of the contest as he's still out on the floor. Beretta sends Matt up and out to the floor and puts Nick down. He gets over to his corner and Rocky isn't there for the tag, instead, still out on the floor. Rocky finally climbs up to the corner and offers his hand for a tag. Matt grabs Rocky from behind and powerbombs him out on the ramp! Young Bucks trying focus solely on Beretta who won't stay down. Swanton into Beretta's midsection while being stretched out. 450 splash by Nick! 1-2, no!

More Bang for Your Bucks misses, Beretta dodges Nick who slams into Nick. Matt gets caught up on the top and gets overhead suplexed off the top rope! Piledriver by Beretta only gets a 2-count. Dudebuster with Rocky coming from nowhere! Nick with a nasty swanton to break up the cover on his partner. Rocky is finally tagged in for the first time and goes to work on both Young Bucks, while still selling damage to his back. Double hurricanrana and clothesline by Rocky, goes for Sliced Bread on Matt, but it's countered into a backbreaker/sharpshooter. Beretta breaks things up, gets superkicked to the apron, and then stalled german suplex on the apron. Rocky in another sharpshooter, Rocky gets faceplanted into the ring. He looks out, the ref is checking on him, but his fighting spirit is over 9000! He wakes up and crawls to the ropes. More Bang For Your Buck broken up again, 2-count on Matt Jackson. Matt hits a backbreaker to slow things down. Indytaker into yet another Sharpshooter. Baretta tries to get in there and Rocky is forced to tap!

Winners: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) via Pinfall to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship

War Machine (Hanson and Raymond Rowe) (c) vs. Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Roa) - IWGP Tag Team Championship


War Machine immediately get to work as the two teams throw strikes early on. Roa and Rowe start things off. Tonga attempts to get involved and a huge back body drop. Hanson puts both of his opponents up in the corner and wails away over and over. Lot of trash talking in this one. Some fighting spirit shown early on by Roa and Rowe, each pulling off big moves to no effect. German suplex on Roa finally slows things down before Tonga gets in. Hanson with clubbing blows to put Tonga down. All four men pull off a number of moves on each other and the action comes to a pause as all four are down on the mat. Tonga vs. Rowe, back and forth elbows/forearms, neither seeming to have much effect. Rowe is no leaning into the Tonga's strikes! Both Roa and Tonga up to the top with diving headbutt and a frog splash. Decapitation and Tonga kicks out at 2. Hanson goes up top and is thrown off by Roa. Tonga puts Rowe down and gets a two count. Rowe with a powerbomb, Hanson with a massive splash off the top rope and suicide dives to the outside! Rowe with a pin and somehow Tonga kicks out. Announcers can't believe he kicked out after that one. Pop-up Gun Stun by Tonga, the ref gets dropped by an inadvertent elbow. Tonga gets a chair, swings, misses, now Rowe has one and tosses it away, but he gets smacked in the face by another chair! Guerrilla Warfare for the 1-2-3!

Winners: Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Roa) via Pinfall to win the IWGP Tag Team Championship

Cody vs. Michael Elgin

Cody gets right on Elgin, who gives Cody a cartwheel taunt. Cody attempts a taunt and gets nailed in the face for doing so. Cody with a stalled suplex on the bigger man. Elgin gets the crowd going, suplex of his own. Elgin goes for superplex, Cody slips under, and hits an Alabama Slam. Cody with some slaps to the chest, that's not going to do a thing to Elgin. He pulls down his straps and demands more. Cody then goes to his leg and blows a kiss to Liger on the outside, crowd isn't too fond of that. Elgin goes for a choke and is put down by Cody. Elgin with multiple suplexes, holding on each time. Cody gets to the ropes, but finds himself in one more suplex, followed by a Falcon Arrow. Elgin gets a 2-count. Cody with a moonsault as he tries to get back in this match, lot of taunting by Cody in this one. Cody locks in a leg submission and then a nasty DDT, draping Elgin off the second rope. Cross Rhodes is attempted, but Elgin nails him with a lariat. Elgin with a deadlift superplex, but Cody gets out and hits the Cross Rhodes for the win! He continues his taunting ways in celebration as Elgin heads to the back.

Winner: Cody via Pinfall

- After the match, Cody tells Kevin and Don he wants the winner of Okada and Omega.

Hiromu Takahashi (c) vs. Kushida - IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship

Kushida out with his recently won Best of the Super Juniors trophy. Takahashi springs up from the floor for his entrance. These two go at each other in a hurry! The crowd is already into this one, more so than any of the previous matches thus far. Elbow strikes, kicks, punches, these two are tearing into each other from the start. The ref is trying to gain control as they go into the ropes. Action to the outside for a minute, but they make their way back in and are chopping the hell out of each other! A elbow slows Takahashi, but hits a release suplex into the corner on Kushida. Takahashi takes control of the match, with the momentum in his favor, Kushida's strikes seem to have little effect. Takahashi jumps over apron and tries to powerbomb Kushida to the floor, Kushida counters with an armbar on the apron! Takahashi thrown into the barricade, Kushida grabs chairs, sets one up to jump off of and sits Takahashi in the other chair. He charges forward and hits a huge running dropkick! Oh my! Sends Takahashi into the fans.

Action back in the ring, Takahashi hits a big suplex that drops Kushida right on the back of his head. Time Bomb variation on Kushida, who kicks out at 2. Takahashi stunned on the top rope, Kushida has arm key lock way up high. Kushida hits a flip off the top rope and holds the submission! Takahashi counters Back to the Future, and Kushida locks in the same arm submission. Back and forth strikes before both men are down on the mat. Sunset bomb on Kushida off the apron down to the floor! Crowd reacts big to that one. Takahashi rams Kushida into the corner, Time Bomb countered into a pin attempt, 2-count. Kushida put back up on the top rope, but he works on Takahashi's arm. Super Back to the Future! Kushida is too out of it go for a pin though, Takahashi looks like he's done. Crowd continues to react loudly to this match. Ref starts his count, but Kushida gets up to break the count. Both men on their knees and start chopping away at each other. It devolves into elbow strikes as both men get to their feet, now kicks, and straight punches to the face from both men! Both collapse to the ring. Kushida back on his feet and stomps on Takahashi's face, crowd is booing Kushida, which the announcers are questioning. Kushida with arm lock and bends the wrist and Takahashi taps out! New Champion!

Winner: Kushida via submission to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion

- Post-match Kushida asks for the crowd to do "The Wave." As he's doing that, Bushi shows up and attacks Kushida with a mist spray to the face! He looks to throw down a challenge to the new champion.

Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. Hirooki Goto - Lumberjack Deathmatch for the NEVER Openweight Championship

We're off and running with wrestlers of Suzuki-Gun and Chaos surrounding the ring. A lot of back and forth strikes early on. Goto sent to the outside, but he's tossed right back in by the members of Suzuki-Gun. Suzuki with an armbar in the ropes. Huge brawl on the outside between Suzuki-Gun and Chaos as Goto gets mauled. The two wrestlers stay outside as Suzuki rips apart the barricade and throws a piece on Goto. The lumberjacks choke out Goto on the floor as Chaos runs interference. Lumberjacks finally throw Goto back in and he gets put in an armbar and wrist lock, before getting thrown back outside where another massive brawl kicks off.

Suzuki taunts Liger, who's commentating, Ligers throws a chair at Suzuki and is not happy! More taunts from Suzuki and Liger has to be held back. Crowd reacts big to this encounter. Goto goes up top and gets distracted by a lumberjack, he recover and drops down on Suzuki. Suzuki goes for a penalty kick and it's caught by Goto who then lands a big lariat. Back and forth strikes by both wrestlers, Goto looks a bit tired at this point. Goto is taking some stiff shots to the face and isn't winning the strike battles. Goto hits a nice neckbreaker to finally slows Suzuki down. Goto gets throw into the referee and all the lumberjacks run into the ring. One by one they all get sent out and Yoshi-Hashi with a flip over the top rope and to the outside on a number of wrestlers. Goto with a lot of redirection on Suzuki and locks in a guillotine choke, then into a sleeper. GTR variation by Goto. Another GTR and it looked to be three, but Taichi pulls the ref out of the ring! Goto goes back to work as Taichi comes into the ring with a chair and whacks Goto in the back of the head and again right on the top of his skull. Chaos members being subdued on the outside. Jumping gotch-style piledriver by Suzuki gets the 1-2-3!

Winner: Minoru Suzuki retains the NEVER Openweight Championship

- Brawl after the match, with Yoshi-Hashi going after Suzuki, who cuts a promo. Looks like Yoshi-Hashi will be the next challenger for the title. Yoshi runs out after Suzuki, but is cut off by Suzuki-Gun.

Tetsuya Naito (c) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi - IWGP Intercontinental Championship

Naito really taking his time to get to the ring, Tanahashi jumps Naito on the outside before he can even take his suit off! Surprising move by Tanahashi, but Naito recovers and slows down his opponent's attacks. Naito gets dropkicked off the apron into the barricade. Tanahashi has his right arm taped up and seems to be more jacked up than usual to put Naito down. Corner strikes by both wrestlers, Naito started to work on Tanahashi's injured arm. Announcers say Naito plans to vacate the title (or get it retired) because there are too many in NJPW with the addition of the US Championship. "Everyone will have a title." Naito gets tranquillo in the ring as the crowd isn't sure whether to cheer or boo him. Naito goes to the outside and continues working that injured arm against the barricade. Ref starts 20-count on Tanahashi and he gets back in at 19!

Naito is relentlessly working on the arm, despite Tanahashi's foot on the rope, he continues to hold. Another taunt by Naito, Tanahashi starts throwing punches to Naito's stomach, but is quickly stopped with some kicks to the head. A final slap to the head seems to anger Tanahashi and gets in a big suplex and closed fist punches on a ground Naito. Crowd not happy with Tanahashi's actions, but then clap when he spits on Naito! Hockey-fight style punching from both men until Naito gets the best of the exchange. Naito spats back at Tanahashi. Naito's right knee is taped up under his knee pad, Tanahashi starts working on the knee. Dragon Screw from the apron down to the floor, Naito is down in pain. Tanahashi goes up top and hits a High Fly Flow to the floor! Ref starts up his count and Naito is rolled back into the ring. Cloverleaf submission, Naito instantly grabs the ropes to break the hold.

Naito's focus remains on the arm with a slingshot dropkick in the corner. He digs his knuckles into the arm as he cranks back on the arm. Despite the attacks, Tanahashi recovers and puts Naito down, he goes up to the top but gets caught by Naito. Armlock in the corner as the crowd boos heavily. Naito hits a hurricanrana, but it's reversed into a pinning attempt, 2 count! Tornado DDT countered into swinging neckbreak, Tanahashi up top for a High Fly Flow, misses! Tanahashi in pain as he lands hard on his arm. Naito goes for Destino, but it's blocked and they start slapping each other in the face over and over. Easily ten slap for each wrestler. Big suplex with a bridge by Tanahashi and gets 2-count. Destino countered again by Tanahashi putting pressure on Naito's knee. Spinning DDT by the champion, followed up by a high German Suplex. Destino by Naito, 1-2! No! Naito with a look of surprise and goes right back for another Destino, countered by a dragon suplex. Slingblade by the challenger, and another one for good measure. He goes up to the top rope and goes for High Fly Flow with a Shinsuke Nakamura taunt! 1-2! Naito kicks out! Cloverleaf submission has Naito in a bad spot, right in the middle of the ring. Crowd is incredibly loud at this point, loudest of the night. Tanahashi is locking it in tight, looks more like the Walls of Jericho, right in the middle of the ring and Naito taps! He taps out!

Winner: Hiroshi Tanahashi wins via Pinfall to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship

Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. Kenny Omega - IWGP Intercontinental Championship

Kenny Omega is out first with The Young Bucks by his side. Out next comes the champion, Okada (with Gedo), dollars fall from the sky as he heads to the ring. Feeling out process to get things started, neither man wanting to give up much in these initial exchanges. Omega puts Okada down with a shoulder block. He then taunts Okada to hit him and Okada doesn't go for it. They exchange side headlocks/head scissors. Omega into the ropes, Okada almost hits Omega, but just pats him on the back. Plenty of counters early, Okada goes for a senton over the ropes, blocked by the knees. Early attempt at One Winged Angel, but Okada escapes.

Okada with a flip over the top rope to the floor, but looks to tweak his knee, which Omega instantly goes for with a nasty springboard dropkick to the knee, among other strikes and a figure-four submission. Okada yells in pain as he tries to reverse the hold, but Omega keeps the momentum going and continues the figure-four. Action moves to the floor, Omega sends Okada's knee right into the apron and the champ crumbles to the ground. Another drop on his knee right into the announcer table! The Young Bucks and Omega admire the replay as the ref begins his 20-count. Okada gets back in the ring, but Omega has been dominant thus far into the match. Omega attempts some redirection, but gets caught with a dropkick to the face. Okada hits a flapjack, and remains on the mat. Crowd is into the match, but is not yet as vocal as they were for Naito/Tanahashi. Okada tries to slow things down with a submission, but Omega eventually makes his way to the ropes.

Action spills to the outside as Okada jumps over the barricade and takes out Omega. They get back to the ring, tombstone reversals by both wrestlers. Okada hits a neckbreaker and looks to be gaining some ground in this match. Check that, Omega with a massive top rope asai moonsault to the floor! Omega sends Okada into the ring and jumps on the top rope to hit a missile dropkick to the back of Okada's head. deadlift sit-out powerbomb for a 2-count. Gedo is going nuts on the outside, trying to get his guy back in the game. Omega goes for another One Winged Angel, but Okada quickly punches out of it. Omega with a second rope moonsault, knees up, and Okada puts Omega down. Omega and Okada up top and Omega looking for a super powerbomb. Omega flips over and sets Okada up for a super dragon suplex, Okada elbows out of it. Omega goes for a full nelson superplex and again he's elbowed away. Omega goes up yet again and this time Okada hits a Death Valley Driver on the apron! On the floor now, Okada hits a huge running dropkick that sends Omega flying into the barricade.

Table setup on the outside and Okada attempted to back body drop Omega like at Wrestle Kingdom 11, Omega attempts a powerbomb to the outside, Okada avoids it. Okada nearly sends Omega again to the outside table. Springboard by Omega gets countered by a dropkick. Rainmaker attempt, Kenny feels it coming and backs Okada into the corner. Okada put back on the top rope, but continues to fight off Omega as we cross the 30 minute mark. Omega with clubbing blows and hits a massive superplex, crossing Okada's leg over in the process. Goes for a pin, 2 count! Okada selling the knee pain big time. Omega misses knee strike, counter suplex, hits a knee strike! One Winged Angel- no! Rainmaker- no! Running knee- no! Okada with one, two, suplexes and a Rainmaker! 2.9 kick out!

Crowd comes alive as the two men work their way to their feet. Okada goes for a dropkick as Omega runs in and Omega catches him in mid-air for a powerbomb! Announcers going nuts for that one. Big boot by Okada, Rainmaker countered into a snap dragon suplex by Omega. Okada tosses Omega up on the top rope and hits a perfect dropkick, sending Omega all the way to the floor. Near the table, Okada sets Omega up on the table and heads to the top rope. Elbow drop! He hits Omega flush and the table breaks in the middle. They get back into the ring and Omega absorbs another four (yes, four!) running dropkicks. Pin attempt and Omega's arm is under the bottom rope to break the count.

Omega stands over Omega as he weakly wails at Okada. Rainmaker! He holds on and yanks Omega back to his feet, another Rainmaker, but Okada doesn't go for the pin. Gedo is yelling to "Finish him!" as Okada tells the ref to check on Omega. Omega says "No" over and over. Out from the back comes The Bullet Club and Cody has a towel. He wants to throw the towel in on Omega! The Young Bucks are holding him back from doing so. Cody is yelling "Look at him!" Omega hits a Rainmaker of his own and reverse hurricanrana! Okada hits another dropkick as Omega charges up, Rainmaker- no! Jumping knee by Omega and it's a 2 count. Another knee to the head and One Winged Angel- no! Jumping knee strike to Okada. Omega goes up for his finisher, Okada continues to fight the move and Omega hits it by the ropes. Okada gets his foot on the rope just before the 3 count! Crowd is going nuts.

Taunt by Omega and he is on the receiving end of yet another Rainmaker, both men down though and ref begins his count. Both wrestlers work their way up, both are completely exhausted sending forearms each other's way very slowly. The pace picks up and Okada ends up falling down after a big strike. Snap dragon suplex and Kenny is amped up, but he walked right into another dropkick. Passing the 50 minute mark, both men with multiple forearms, Omega with two knee strikes, pin, 2-count!

Omega drops his knee pad and hits a running knee to the back of Okada's head. One Winged Angel reversed into a Tombstone by Okada. Okada yells out and looks to hit the Rainmaker and Omega literally collapses causing Okada to miss the move. Young Bucks and the entire Bullet Club continue to surround the ring. Okada looking for another tombstone, Omega with a flurry of punches. He hits a ridiculous knee strike, two knee strikes! We're past the 55 minute mark. Omega lines him up for a third knee strike and sets up One Winged Angel, but it's reversed by another dropkick, it's a dropkick party! Okada with a spinning Tombstone, but is too tired to make a cover. German suplex for a 2 count, kick out. Roll-up by Omega and yet another dropkick by Okada. Two minutes remaining!

Both are slow to get up, Rainmaker countered by Omega with elbows. One minuted remaining. Snap dragon by Omega, dropkick and Rainmaker by Okada, but again he's too tired to finish off Omega. Thirty seconds remain. Okada crawling to Omega with ten seconds left, and he can't make it to Omega! It's over!

Draw - 60 Minute Time Limit - Kazuchika Okada remains IWGP Heavyweight Champion

- After the match, both men are tended too. Omega is helped out to the back by The Young Bucks. Okada remained in the ring to cut a promo.

- Okada makes his way to the press conference and Cody shows up to challenge him for his title. He also spits beer in the champion's face.

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