All Japan Pro Wrestling “Carbell presents AJPW in Ryogoku Kokugikan ~ NEW EXPLOSION”, 11/27/2016 [Mon] 15:00 @ Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo
(1) Special Single Match: Naoya Nomura vs. Takuya Nomura (BJW)
◆Winner: Takuya (8:01) with a School Boy.
(2) Special 6 Man Tag Match: SUSHI, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (FREE) & Masao Inoue (FREE) vs. Kaji Tomato (K-DOJO), Kazuhiro Tamura (HEAT-UP) & Naoshi Sano (Sano-Damashii)
◆Winner: Tamura (7:39) with a Minoru Special on SUSHI.
(3) Special 8 Man Tag Match: Super Tiger (RJPW), Ryuji Hijikata (FREE), Rey Paloma (DOVE) & Diablo (FREE) vs. “DARK NIGHTMARE” Mitsuya Nagai (DRADITION), Tatsuhito Takaiwa (FREE), Takeshi Minamino (Toneri Family) & Black Tiger VII (FREE)
◆Winner: Super Tiger (9:50) with a Tiger Suplex Hold on Minamino.
(4) Special 8 Man Tag Match: Dory Funk Jr., Chavo Guerrero Sr., Ultimo Dragon (Toryumon MEXICO) & TAJIRI (FREE) vs. The Great Kabuki, Osamu Nishimura (FREE), Yutaka Yoshie (FREE) & Isami Kodaka (BASARA)
◆Winner: Funk (12:09) with a Small Package on Nishimura.
(5) Special 6 Man Tag Match: Jake Lee, Yuma Aoyagi & Koji Iwamoto (Sportiva) vs. Ryoji Sai (LAND’S END), Kengo Mashimo (K-DOJO) & Konosuke Takeshita (DDT)
◆Winner: Sai (11:05) following the Nachi no Taki on Lee.
(6) Special Tag Match: Jun Akiyama & Kendo Kashin (FREE) vs. Takao Omori & Manabu Soya (W-1)
◆Winner: Akiyama (8:40) following a Wrist Clutch style Exploder on Omori.
~ GET WILD suffers defeat on their nearly 4 years return as a tag team. Akiyama and Kashin though show that they can be a cohesive team. Both teams will be looking to do well in the upcoming tag league next month.
(7) GAORA TV Championship Match: [13th Champion] Yohei Nakajima vs. [Challenger] Jiro “Ikemen” Kuroshio (W-1)
◆Winner: Kuroshio (9:44) with the Ikemen Clutch.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd title defense. Kuroshio becomes the 14th generation champion.
(8) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [41st Champion] Soma Takao (DDT) vs. [Challenger] Keisuke Ishii (DDT)
◆Winner: Keisuke (14:29) with a Shooting star Press.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd title defense. Keisuke becomes the 42nd generation champion.
~ The former All Japan trainee Keisuke finally achieves his dream of holding the World Junior belt.
~ Yuma Aoyagi made the challenge.
(9) Asia Tag Championship Match: [99th Champions] Atsushi Aoki & Hikaru Sato vs. [Challengers] Masanobu Fuchi & Atsushi Onita (Fire Pro)
◆Winner: Fuchi (14:17) following a poison mist from Onita and a backdrop from Fuchi on Hikaru.
~ Champions fall on their 5th title defense. Fuchi and Onita become the 100th generation champions.
~ The veterans declared that this win is for the late Haru Sonoda.
~ Jun Akiyama and Masao Inoue made the challenge.
(10) World Tag Championship Match: [72nd Champions] “Strong BJ” Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (both BJW) vs. [Challengers] “Big Guns” Zeus & The Bodyguard (FREE)
◆Winner: Zeus (20:40) with a Jackhammer on Sekimoto.
~ Champions fall on their 5th title defense. Big Guns becomes the 73rd generation champions.
~ Big Guns now head into the tag league in December as the team to beat.
(11) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [55th Champion] Kento Miyahara vs. [Challenger] Suwama
◆Winner: Miyahara (26:21) with the Shutdown German Suplex Hold.
~ 6th successful title defense.
~ Kento with the win over the ace of All Japan as he claim to become the new ace of All Japan now has merit. Though Kento was not born an All Japan original, he cares deeply to see All Japan rise into the new era and claim a piece of their former glory.
~ All Japan will be returning to Ryogoku on August 27, 2017.
~ Joe Doering made his return to the All Japan ring for first time in a year and four months. As he announced that he aims to come back in January of next year in which he hopes to announce when he will return to the ring.
~ Next up for All Japan is the “2016 World’s Strongest Tag League” starting on December 3.