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John Pollock & Karen Peterson review Days 16 & 17 of NJPW G1 Climax 32 with Jay White vs. Taichi and Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. KENTA in the two main events.
Plus, a look at this week’s cards and the latest update in the G1 Predictions Contest.
August 13, 2022
- Jay White vs. Taichi
- Will Ospreay vs. YOSHI-HASHI
- Shingo Takagi vs. Yujiro
- Jeff Cobb vs. Toru Yano
- KENTA vs. Aaron Henare
August 14, 2022
White Ring you
- Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. KENTA
- Jeff Cobb vs. Tom Lawlor
- Great O-Khan vs. Taichi
- YOSHI-HASHI vs. David Finlay
NEXT SHOW: G1 Climax – Day 18 POST Show on Tuesday with John Pollock & Mike Murray
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Jonah is eliminated and cannot win the A Block. He currently has 6 points and has won vs. Okada and lost vs. Archer. If Jonah wins vs. Fale tomorrow he will have 8 points. If Archer beats Okada then Archer, Okada, and Jonah will all have 8 points but Archer has the head-to-head tie-breaker vs. both Okada and Jonah and would win the block. If Okada draws or wins vs. Archer then he’ll have at least 9 points and win the block outright.
It’s basically correct - if Okada and Archer fought to a no-contest, there would be zero points awarded, JONAH could tie Okada with a win over Fale but it’s extremely improbable to do the no-contest.
Oh, I didn’t realize they gave zero points for a no contest since they gave Yujiro and Shingo each one point on a double count-out last year. Either way, like you said, highly unlikely scenario.