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NJPW: G1 Night 3 Recap

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G1 27 Day 3:

Night 3 of the G1 Climax sees the “A” Block back in action with their second round match ups. Below are the results from night 3:

*Bold delineates winner*

David Finlay and Juice Robinson vs Hiromu Takahashi and EVIL (7 minutes and 14 seconds)

Taichi and Minoru Suzuki vs Bushi and Sanada (8 minutes and 12 seconds)

Yujiro Takahashi and Kenny Omega vs Chase Owens and Tama Tonga (7 minutes and 45 seconds)

Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima, and Michael Elgin vs Gedo, Toru Yano, and Kazuchika Okada (8 minutes and 14 seconds)

A” Block Matches:
Yuji Nagata vs Hirooki Goto (15 minutes and 3 seconds)
Togi Makabe vs Tomohiro Ishii (15 minutes and 51 seconds)
Kota Ibushi vs Zack Sabre Jr (15 minutes and 50 seconds)
Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Bad Luck Fale (11 minutes and 1 second) victory by count out
Yoshi-Hashi vs Tetsuya Naito (22 minutes and 19 seconds)

So, after night 3 of the G1 Climax and the “A” Block finishing up their second round match ups, here are the up to date standings:

Standings after Night 3:

A” Block:

Hirooki Goto-4 points

Tetsuya Naito- 4 points

Yoshi-Hashi- 2 points

Bad Luck Fale- 2 points

Zack Sabre Jr.- 2 points

Tomohiro Ishii- 2 points

Kota Ibushi- 2 points

Hiroshi Tanahashi- 2 points

Yuji Nagata- 0 points

Togi Makabe- 0 points

B” Block:

Juice Robinson- 2 points

Tama Tonga- 2 points

Sanada- 2 points

Kazuchika Okada- 2 points

Kenny Omega- 2 points

Satoshi Kojima- 0 points

Michael Elgin- 0 points

Evil- 0 points

Toru Yano- 0 points

Night 4 of the G1 will take place bright and early again at 5:30 AM ET for the second round of “B” block matches. Again all G1 and NJPW event are live streamed from njpwworld.com. The match that everyone is talking about going into Night 4 is the showdown of Bullet Club brothers, Kenny Omega vs Tama Tonga. Tensions were at an all time high during night 3 when Toma Tonga called out Omega saying that he only worries about himself and not the Bullet Club as well as taking advantage of Kenny’s injury sustained from his first round match up with Minoru Suzuki. This match should be very physical and could easily be the match of the night!

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