NJPW G1 Climax 32 Night 16 Results

NJPW G1 Climax 32 Night 16 Results NJPW

NJPW G1 Climax 32 tournament is in full swing and we’ve got the full results from the stacked card of professional wrestling excellence!

For the uninitiated, the G1 Climax tournament is one of the biggest tournaments in wrestling, with a major prize on the line being chased by 28 different men, across four blocks of action.

The winner of the tournament will receive a IWGP Championship match at Wrestle Kingdom 17 in January 2023.

However if the current IWGP World Heavyweight Champion, Jay White, wins the tournament then he gets to choose his own opponent for the big event.

The night was headlined by Jay White versus Taichi with the IWGP champ coming out victorious, after an exciting match with enough intrigue that many thought Taichi would actually pull out the win.

After the match, White cut a scathing promo while some in the disappointed Tokyo crowd were seen leaving the building. White, taunting them, asked in Japanese where they were going.

You can check out the full results from Night 16 below, courtesy of Wrestling Observer:

Non-tournament matches:

Juice Robinson, Bad Luck Fale, Chase Owens, & El Phantasmo defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi, David Finlay, Tama Tonga, & Gedo
JONAH & Bad Dude Tito defeated Tom Lawlor & Royce Isaacs
Tetsuya Naito, SANADA, & BUSHI defeated Lance Archer, Zack Sabre Jr., & TAKA Michinoku
Kazuchika Okada, Hirooki Goto, & Tomohiro Ishii defeated EVIL, SHO, & Dick Togo

Tournament matches:

KENTA defeated Aaron Henare
Jeff Cobb defeated Toru Yano
Shingo Takagi defeated Yujiro Takahashi
Will Ospreay defeated YOSHI-HASHI
Jay White defeated Taichi

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1 year ago by Amanda Savage



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