Jon Moxley remained undefeated at the New Japan Pro-Wrestling event, with a victory over Tetsuya Naito in Nagoya, Japan, on Sunday
The storied New Japan rivals reflect on a decade of epic battles heading into their G1 clash in Dallas
Previews and predictions for the New Japan G1 Climax 29 tournament. Spoilers ahead?
The final G1 Climax match between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kota Ibushi capped a nearly perfect month of pro wrestling for the company
Long known as the “Ace” of the company, Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Kota Ibushi at Tokyo’s historic Nippon Budokan to win the grueling G1 Climax
Find out who is set to compete in New Japan Pro Wrestling’s G1 Climax Tournament 2018
Wherein History and Destiny collide for glory and gold. The end is nigh.
Wherein the trickster does it again, championship pictures come into focus and a highly-anticipated rematch sets the stage for the finals.
Wherein an old warrior is given a hero’s sendoff and old rivals meet to determine the winner of Block A.
Wherein a surprise contender is eliminated, Omega tries to kill himself and a war of attrition occurs.
Wherein a legend finally gets on the board, hopes are spoiled and two clear leaders emerge.
Wherein 2 eliminated competitors and an EVIL man make a case to challenge for gold.
Wherein Nagata and Ibushi show respect, while Naito and Tanahashi don’t.
Wherein a correction is made, another player is eliminated, and Omega and EVIL try to kill each other.
Wherein YOSHI-HASHI spoils a spoiler, Sabre learns from prior matches and Ibushi fights to survive.