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NJPW, 5/26/13 (Samurai! TV)
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1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: BUSHI  beat Jado  (9:17) by pinfall.
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Barreta  beat Titan  (7:56) with the Dudebuster.
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Alex Koslov  beat Tiger Mask IV  (8:14) with a Russian Star Press.
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Rocky Romero  beat Jushin Thunder Liger  (8:15) with a diving double kneedrop.
5. Karl Anderson & Tama Tonga beat Hiroshi Tanahashi & Takaaki Watanabe (11:41) when Anderson used the Gun Stun on Watanabe.
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt  beat Hiromu Takahashi  (6:20) with the Bloody Sunday.
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Brian Kendrick  beat Ryusuke Taguchi  (3:38) with a Dragon suplex hold.
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi  beat Alex Shelley  (8:58) with the Jagai Koroshi.
9. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: TAKA Michinoku  beat KUSHIDA  (12:11) with the Michinoku Driver II.
10. Togi Makabe, Hirooki Goto & Tomoaki Honma beat Kazuchika Okada, YOSHI-HASHI & Gedo (13:18) when Makabe used a King Kong kneedrop on Gedo.
1. Prince Devitt 
- Taichi 
3. Jushin Thunder Liger 
- Rocky Romero 
- Barreta 
- Ricochet 
7. Alex Shelley 
- Hiromu Takahashi 
- Titan 
1. BUSHI 
- TAKA Michinoku 
- Alex Koslov 
4. Jado 
- Brian Kendrick 
6. Tiger Mask 
- Ryusuke Taguchi 
- KUSHIDA 
- Kenny Omega 
There's no shock seeing Prince Devitt up there among the early four pointers at this point. I am a little surprised to see Taichi and BUSHI up there with four points as well though. Those two are both usually midcarders at best, even when New Japan puts on one of there junior heavyweight centered shows. I like Taichi, so it's nice to see him up there, even if I don;t think it's going to last. With BUSHI though, I can't say I really care one way or the other as I've never really cared for him all that much.
On the other side, I would have thought that Alex Shelly would be doing better after two matches. Seeing him at zero points at this stage is a little surprising. The same could be said for Tiger mask IV.