NJPW Super J-Cup e Royal Quest 2019

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NJPW Super J-Cup e Royal Quest 2019

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SUPER J-CUP 2019
THU.AUG.22.2019

1ST MATCH 20 MINUTES LIMIT
Karl Fredericks e Jyushin Thunder Liger vs Ren Narita e Umino

2ND MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Rocky Romero vs Soberano Jr.

3RD MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Clark Connors vs TJP

4TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Carístico vs BUSHI

5TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Ryusuke Taguchi vs Jonathan Gresham

6TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Robbie Eagles vs El Phantasmo

7TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
YOH vs Dragon Lee

8TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
SHO vs Taiji Ishimori

9TH MATCH NO TIME LIMIT
SUPER J-CUP 2019 1ST ROUND MATCH
Will Ospreay vs Amazing Red


NJPW Royal Quest
SAT.AUG.31.2019


1ST MATCH 20 MINUTES LIMIT
Ren Narita Shota Umino Ryusuke Taguchi vs SHO YOH Rocky Romero
Spoiler:
In the opening match of the night, Ren Narita, Shota Umino and Ryusuke Taguchi face a Roppongi 3K trio of SHO, YOH and Rocky Romero. Four of these six will be coming off of grueling competition in the Super J-Cup. Meanwhile, Narita and Umino will be looking to make their mark, as competition seems to be growing ever hotter between the Young Lions
2ND MATCH 20 MINUTES LIMIT
Juice Robinson Kota Ibushi vs Hikuleo Yujiro Takahashi
Spoiler:
Juice Robinson and G1 Climax 29 winner Kota Ibushi will face Hikuleo and Yujiro Takahashi of BULLET CLUB in the second match of the night. Robinson currently has his thoughts fixed on a potential match with IWGP United States Champion Jon Moxley sooner rather than later. As G1 winner, Ibushi definitely has eyes on the ultimate prize of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at the Tokyo Dome. Neither can afford to overlook their BULLET CLUB opponents however, as Yujiro teams with a Hikuleo currently on British excursion.
3RD MATCH 30 MINUTES LIMIT
Robbie Eagles Will Ospreay vs El Phantasmo Taiji Ishimori
Spoiler:
In the third match of the evening, Robbie Eagles and Will Ospreay will team up against IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions El Phantasmo and Taiji Ishimori in a non-title match. At Southern Showdown in Melbourne, Eagles finally had enough of ELP, and struck his BULLET CLUB teammate, before officially leaving the group and joining CHAOS the next night in Sydney. Now a dream junior heavyweight team faces the tag champions; a non-title victory could well lead to gold down the road for this Commonwealth Combination.
4TH MATCH 30 MINUTES LIMIT
SANADA Tetsuya Naito vs Chase Owens Jay White
Spoiler:
SANADA and Tetsuya Naito will face Chase Owens and Jay White in the fourth match of the card. Despite not being entered into the tournament proper, Chase Owens had an impressive showing in G1 Climax 29, with several opponents falling to his Package Piledriver. In the tournament itself, Jay White was awesome. With or without interference from Gedo, he racked up a six match winning streak to make the finals, including getting a win over Los Ingobernables De Japon leader Tetsuya Naito to near overwhelming hate from the Budokan audience.

Naito will have a chance at revenge over White in London as he teams up with SANADA. Cold Skull SANADA had his own successes during the G1, including a huge victory over IWGP Heavyweight Champion Okada. He will look to keep his momentum going strong in London.
5TH MATCH 60 MINUTES LIMIT
IWGP TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Tanga Loa Tama Tonga vs Winners of RPW's Road to Royal Quest tournament
Spoiler:
In the fifth match of the evening, IWGP Tag Team Champions the Guerrillas of Destiny will defend their titles for the first time against opponents yet to be revealed. Revolution Pro are currently staging the ‘Road to Royal Quest Tag Team Tournament’ a single elimination tag tournament with the prize for the winners being an opportunity at GoD in the Copper Box. Who will emerge as the top British tag team to face the IWGP champions?
6TH MATCH 60 MINUTES LIMIT
NEVER OPENWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Tomohiro Ishii vs KENTA
Spoiler:
The sixth match of the evening sees KENTA challenge NEVER Openweight Champion Tomhiro Ishii. Shocking scenes emerged from the Nippon Budokan on August 12, as in a tag team match with KENTA, Ishii and YOSHI-HASHI against the BULLET CLUB trio of Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa and Bad Luck Fale, KENTA dropped down from the apron and refused a tag from Ishii. KENTA would then deliver a thunderous Go2Sleep to Ishii, as boos thundered down from the Budokan faithful. After BULLET CLUB got the win, KENTA’s close personal friend Katsuyori Shibata demanded answers. The crowd exploded as the two came to blows, and while Shibata got an early upper hand, as a non-active wrestler he had no realistic chance. KENTA would deliver a mocking PK to Shibata and then in a disgusting display, posed cross-legged atop the LA Dojo master, cementing his entry into BULLET CLUB.

Ishii was fast to demand revenge against KENTA, and is willing to put the NEVER title on the line if it means getting his hands on the newest BC member. The Copper Box will doubtless see a wild and vicious fight on August 31.
7TH MATCH 60 MINUTES LIMIT
BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Zack Sabre Jr. vs Hiroshi Tanahashi
Spoiler:
In the semi main event, Zack Sabre Junior puts the RevPro Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship on the line against Hiroshi Tanahashi. When ZSJ defended his title against The Ace at Madison Square Garden, he would injure Tanahashi’s elbow, putting him on the shelf until June 5. That gave Sabre a wealth of confidence going into their G1 Climax match in Korakuen Hall, but Tanahashi would out maneuver the British technical wizard, scoring a flash pinfall. Then in the Budokan on Sunday August 11, Tanahashi again pinned Zack in a tag team bout. A furious ZSJ would vow to show his superiority over Tanahashi once and for all on home turf in the Copper Box, but is Tanahashi’s momentum too much to overcome?
8TH MATCH 60 MINUTES LIMIT
IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Kazuchika Okada vs Minoru Suzuki
Spoiler:
In the main event at the Copper Box, IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada faces the challenge of Minoru Suzuki. Suzuki found himself out of the G1 Climax 29 field, and reacted with furious anger during the Kizuna Road tour. As the G1 started, he was vicious in the ring and eerily silent for most of the tour, only speaking to send an ominous threat: ‘when everybody goes on their summer vacation, my summer will just be getting started’. On August 12 in the Budokan, Suzuki found himself tagging with Zack Sabre Junior against Okada and Hiroshi Tanahashi. Suzuki delivered a crushing Gotch Style Piledriver to Okada and revealed his intentions. ‘Isn’t it embarrassing for the IWGP Heavyweight Champion to be pinned by a guy who wasn’t even allowed in the G1?’ Suzuki would jeer before demanding he be given an opportunity at the title.

That opportunity will come August 31, and a hard fought rivalry will continue. While last year’s G1 Climax saw Okada score a victory over Suzuki in 18 minutes, these two warriors typically have a much harder path to victory over one another. In Yokohama in the pouring rain on June 23 2018, Suzuki and Okada had a famous 30 minute Draw in the Downpour, and in G1 2017 again had a 30 minute draw. That followed the last time Suzuki challenged for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in February 2017, a match that went an epic 40 minutes and 46 seconds after Okada came dangerously close to breaking the IWGP Heavyweight Champion’s arm. Could Suzuki capture his first ever IWGP title in London at the Copper Box?
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Messaggio da Joy Black » 13/08/2019, 9:12

Card molto interessante, non mi aspettavo la difesa di Ishii vs KENTA già ora e non in terra nipponica. Ma alla fine Ishii è overissimo in Inghilterra.

P.s. prima c'è la Super J Cup. Apriamo un topic a parte? (Non andrà live)

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Re: NJPW Royal Quest

Messaggio da Heart Break Kid » 13/08/2019, 11:09

Joy Black ha scritto:
13/08/2019, 9:12
P.s. prima c'è la Super J Cup. Apriamo un topic a parte? (Non andrà live)
Aggiungo subito

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Messaggio da Nonno Libero » 13/08/2019, 11:44

Royal Quest sembra tanta roba.

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Messaggio da HSMA » 13/08/2019, 12:18

Giusti i match di cartello, d'altronde Ishii e Suzuki sono i due jappi che più hanno dato alla RevPro e quindi i più visti in Inghilterra. Fa strano Ospreay così in basso in card, anche se, non fosse uno show New Japan, il tag potrebbe fare da showstealer.
Se non hanno la merda nel cervello, il Royal Quest tournament lo vincono gli Aussie Open, che a sto punto spero si prendano pure i titoli.

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Messaggio da Rob Van DAMN! » 13/08/2019, 16:53

Qualcuno sa perché non citino la RPW nella dicitura del British HW Title?

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 13/08/2019, 17:05

Ospreay vs Amazing Red al primo turno :boh:
Eagles vs El Phantasmo anche qui subito a sorpresa.

C'è anche un succoso Ishimori vs SHO

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 13/08/2019, 17:05

Ospreay vs Amazing Red al primo turno :boh:
Eagles vs El Phantasmo anche qui subito a sorpresa.

C'è anche un succoso Ishimori vs SHO

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Messaggio da *play297* » 13/08/2019, 18:20

Metto il bracket con tutte le date

Immagine

Comunque questa sarà la prima J-Cup che seguirò seriamente, ma partirò comunque con una super sega mentale (che metto sotto spoiler):
Spoiler:
Allora, dal lato destro vedo un Dragon Lee finalista, mentre dalla parte sinistra la roba si fa interessante:
- Ospreay, Ishimori, TJP (?) e Eagles superano il primo turno
- Alla semifinale di "conference", Phantasmo interviene nel match tra Ishimori e Ospreay, costando il match a quest'ultimo
- Nella finale di conference, Eagles batte Ishimori
- FInale Eagles vs. Lee, con vittoria del primo

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 13/08/2019, 19:57

Bella chicca Connors vs TJP.
Nuovo Dojo di LA vs Vecchio Dojo di LA
(almeno mi sembra che TJP fosse nel vecchio dojo di LA).

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Messaggio da Black MePhil » 13/08/2019, 19:58

Il lato destro ha il tremendo problema di giocarsi i due tizi che percepisco come rilevanti 1v1 subito, ossia YOH e Lee. Che per carità, di tanto in tanto i vari Taguchi/BUSHI/Romero vengono anche venduti come grossi nomi, ma a me purtroppo continuano a non dire nulla.

Il lato sinistro invece sì, molto molto interessante specialmente per gli incroci ELP/Ishimori/Eagles/Ospreay, ma pure SHO vs Ishimori si inserisce nell'appena concluso feud per le cinture Jr Tag.

Tanto interesse, principalmente perché il fantastico BOSJ 2019 ha creato un sacco di storie interessanti per la divisione.

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Messaggio da AFM2000 » 14/08/2019, 6:07

Anche qui, alla faccia dei soliti schemi, KENTA tecnicamente poteva e doveva essere già un avversario per Ibushi e invece va contro Ishii per via dell'angle.

Un inedito in un contesto dove bisognerà capire quali sono i piani per Ishii, Goto ma soprattutto Shingo (che ormai è ufficialmente un heavy).

Ibushi che ha anche in EVIL un potenziale avversario.

MiSu avversario perfetto, chiaramente per il pubblico RevPro va a nozze vista la presenza ormai quasi fissa con Sabre.

Ricordiamoci anche la Super J Cup con la line up già annunciata con Ospreay che vorrà abbattere tutti i record. Interessante anche lo scenario Eagles/Phantasmo.

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Messaggio da Darth_Dario » 14/08/2019, 13:04

Posso fare una domanda stupida? Ma Amazing Red non si era ritirato?

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 14/08/2019, 13:13

Darth_Dario ha scritto:
14/08/2019, 13:04
Posso fare una domanda stupida? Ma Amazing Red non si era ritirato?
ha detto che sarebbe uscito dal ritiro solo con un match con Ospreay, ed infatti eccolo.

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