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NJPW Last Rebellion - 29 юли 2012


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July 29th, 2012

Tokyo Korakuen Hall

2,040 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Captain New Japan & KUSHIDA beat Jado & Gedo (7:22) when KUSHIDA used a Buzzsaw kick on Gedo.

2. Wataru Inoue, Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask beat Ryusuke Taguchi, BUSHI & Tama Tonga (9:09) when Inoue used a German suplex hold on BUSHI.

3. Karl Anderson, MVP, Shelton Benjamin & Rush beat Minoru Suzuki, Lance Archer, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi (10:15) when Benjamin used the Paydirt on Taichi.

4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima & Yuji Nagata beat Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii (10:09) when Nagata used a backdrop hold on Ishii.

5. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Togi Makabe, Hirooki Goto & Tetsuya Naito beat Shinsuke Nakamura, Kazuchika Okada, Yujiro Takahashi & YOSHI-HASHI (17:12) when Naito used a Stardust press on YOSHI-HASHI.

6. Double Main Event I – IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kota Ibushi beat Low Ki © (19:30) with a Phoenix splash to become the 30th champion.

7. Double Main Event II – NWA World Historic Middleweight Title: Prince Devitt © beat Volador Jr. (13:05) with an avalanche-style Bloody Sunday (2nd defense).

* The final show before this year’s G1 Climax was the junior-centric “LAST REBELLION” and was a complete sell out at a packed Korakuen Hall.

* NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion, Prince Devitt, is unfamiliar with the idea of not holding a title these days so having lost the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title back in May had to make sure he overcame the tough challenge of CMLL star Volador Jr. in part two of the double main event. This was a good match with many exciting high-flying moves although the fans were a little burned out from what came before it, but New Japan wanted one of its own stars in the final match of the card. And Devitt came out on top, sinking Volador with an avalanche-style Bloody Sunday to complete a successful V2 defense.

* The most anticipated match of the show was the first of the two main events and saw dominant IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion, Low Ki, take on DDT star and former champion Kota Ibushi in something of a modern day junior dream match. This was Ibushi’s first singles match in New Japan since defeating Taguchi in a title defense in his last reign just under a year ago, after which he was forced to vacate the title with a badly dislocated shoulder. Having not long returned Ibushi has quickly returned to New Japan and put on a wildly exciting match with Ki today in what was Ki’s V2 defense of the title. And Ibushi picked up where he left off in New Japan, sinking Ki with a Phoenix splash to capture the title for the second time. KUSHIDA, who upset Ki in a non-title match a week ago, appeared afterwards to issue a challenge to Ibushi which could set up another match with great potential.

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