NJPW G1 Climax 32- Night 10 Live Coverage (8/2) David Finlay's Cinderella Story Continues

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If you need to catch up: Night 1. Night 2. Night 3. Night 4. Night 5. Night 6. Night 7. Night 8. Night 9.

TMDK (Jonah & Bad Dude Tito) vs. United Empire (Jeff Cobb & Aaron Henare)

Jonah and Jeff Cobb begin their long battle to determine who is the bigger and beefier A block competitor, but doing so means that Aaron Henare has time to just crush Bad Dude Tito with some vicious strikes and a quick Streets of Rage for the pinfall in 7:30.

Winners: United Empire (Jeff Cobb & Aaron Henare)

Suzuki-gun (Lance Archer, TAKA Michinoku, Zack Sabre Jr. & Taichi) vs. House of Torture (EVIL, Yujiro Takahashi, SHO & Dick Togo)

Suzuki-gun and HoT try to out shenanigan each other. Archer, Sabre, and Taichi all have their work cut out for them against Yujiro, EVIL & SHO, with Dick Togo and TAKA running around causing trouble. TAKA eventually gets caught by SHO and rolled up for the pinfall in 9:06.

Winners: House of Torture (EVIL, Yujiro Takahashi, SHO & Dick Togo)

Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, BUSHI & Shingo Takagi) vs. Bullet Club (Chase Owens, El Phantasmo & Bad Luck Fale)

Naito and Takagi get cocky against Bullet Club. El Phantasmo and Owens are determined to prove their worth to Bullet Club, while Fale bullies BUSHI and Takagi. Naito is distracted which give Owens time to drill BUSHI into the canvas with a Package Piledriver for the win in 6:53.

Winners: Bullet Club (Chase Owens, El Phantasmo & Bad Luck Fale)

Kazuchika Okada, Hiroshi Tanahashi & YOSHI-HASHI vs. Bullet Club (Jay White, Juice Robinson & Gedo)

White and Robinson do a little to good of a job keeping Okada and Tanahashi at bay, leading to YOSHI-HASHI locking Gedo in the Butterfly Lock for the submission in 7:53.

Winners: Kazuchika Okada, Hiroshi Tanahashi & YOSHI-HASHI

There is a brief intermission.

B Block: Tomohiro Ishii (2) vs. Great-O-Khan (0)

Ishii and O-Khan chain wrestle to start. Ishii starts to get the better of O-Khan and grounds him with submissions. Ishii begins to pull out the high impact offense but O-Khan is able to withstand. O-Khan comes back with a Tenzan Tombstone for a nearfall. O-Khan finally hits the Eliminator for the pinfall in 12:59.

Winner: Great-O-Khan (2)

A Block: Toru Yano (2) vs. Tom Lawlor (0)

Lawlor offers to trade DVDs of Sister Act and Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit for one of Yano's DVDs. Yano wrestles Tom to the outside. Yano reveals a second pair of trunks under his trunks. Lawlor pummels Yano with knee strikes. Yano continues to try his usual shenanigans but Lawlor finds ways to avoid. Yano attempts low blows but Lawlor absorbs them and comes back with a Kamigoye followed by NKOTB for the pinfall in 10:13.

Winner: Tom Lawlor (2)

After the match, Lawlor reveals he was wearing a cup.

B Block: Tama Tonga (2) vs. SANADA (4)

A breakneck back and forth contest, SANADA and Tama have answers for each other's offense. SANADA keeps finding ways to catch Tama in Skull End but Tama keeps getting to the ropes. SANADA can't get Tama to stay down for the O'Connor Roll. SANADA counters Gun Stun with Skull End but Tama escapes again. Tama finally hits Gun Stun and covers for the win in 16:28.

Winner: Tama Tonga (4)

C Block: Hirooki Goto (2) vs. KENTA (0)

Goto and KENTA bring the fire and fury quickly. Goto kicks away at the wily KENTA but KENTA eventually gets Goto's bow staff involved, turning the tide. After numerous attempts, KENTA hits Go 2 Sleep for the pinfall in 18:08.

Winner: KENTA (2)

D Block: David Finlay (4) vs. Will Ospreay (4)

They trade elbows to start. Ospreay spends much of the match getting the better of Finlay, but Finlay withstands the assault. Ospreay seems flustered by Finlay's endurance, but remains unrelenting in his fury. Ospreay pulls out every trick in the book but Finlay has an answer. Finlay dodges Hidden Blade and hits Trash Panda for the surprise win.

Winner: David Finlay (6)

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