Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1. Kenny Omega, Daisuke Sasaki & TJP defeated KUSHIDA, Mascara Dorada & Hiromu Takahashi when Omega pinned Takahashi with the Croyt’s Wrath (9:12).
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Semi Final: Kota Ibushi defeated Davey Richards with the Firebird Splash (11:17).
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Final: Kota Ibushi defeated Ryusuke Taguchi with the Phoenix Splash (20:22).
Kota Ibushi has claimed his (and possibly DDT’s) greatest achievement to date by becoming to first wrestler outside of New Japan to win the Best Of The Super Jr. tournament. Ibushi survived a rocky start to defeat such established names as Mascara Dorada, TAKA Michinoku, Gedo, The Great Sasuke, Jushin Liger and Davey Richards (Hey! Stop laughing down at the back!) so he could reach the final to face the man who defeated him on the very first night of the tour, Ryusuke Taguchi. The situation brought back memories of one year ago when deep into his grand final match against Prince Devitt, a Firebird Splash gone wrong seriously injured Ibushi’s shoulder and killed his chance at winning the tournament. Without any hesitations, Ibushi was able to use the Firebird Splash to win most of his matches in the group stages. But in the final, Ibushi went one better and pinned Taguchi in 20 minutes with the Phoenix Splash.
Ibushi was presented with the trophy by Milano Collection AT and he also received the winner’s cheque of ¥5 million. During his backstage interview, Ibushi said it is his dream to become the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion and he has challenged Prince Devitt to a IWGP Jr. Title match for 18/6 in Osaka. He was then joined by Kenny Omega, Daisuke Sasaki, Michael Nakazawa & Yukinori Matsui for a celebration. Michael brought along beer for a toast but Ibushi drank a can of cola instead. When asked about what he wants to spend his prize winnings on, Ibushi couldn’t think of anything. He was happy enough to win the trophy.
For Kenny Omega it was a case of so close, yet so far. After an explosive run that at Kenny’s peak saw him winning his first five matches, he then dropped falls to his remaining opponents Prince Devitt, Jado and Davey Richards who slipped through to the semi-finals at Kenny’s expense. He managed to grab a win back for his final match of the tour, a Six-Man opening tag match that also included Daisuke Sasaki.
Tokyo Differ Ariake
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: TAKA Michinoku  defeated Daisuke Sasaki  with the Dick Killer (7:19).
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado  defeated Kenny Omega  with the Crossface Of Jado (9:42).
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Kota Ibushi  defeated The Great Sasuke  with a High-Angle Thunder Fire Power Bomb (11:46).
Tokyo Differ Ariake
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Davey Richards  defeated Kenny Omega with a Power Bomb  (9:55).
9. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Kota Ibushi  defeated Jushin Thunder Liger  with the Firebird Splash (8:47).
1. Prince Devitt 
2. Davey Richards 
3. Kenny Omega 
4. Koji Kanemoto 
5. Tiger Mask 
6. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato 
7. TJP 
8. Taichi 
9. Jado 
1. Kota Ibushi 
2. Ryusuke Taguchi 
3. The Great Sasuke 
4. KUSHIDA 
5. TAKA Michinoku 
6. Mascara Dorada 
7. Jushin Thunder Liger 
8. Gedo 
9. Daisuke Sasaki