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New Japan G1 Climax results and open thread for Wednesday, July 29: Naito vs. Styles and more!

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Excitement continues to grow for one of the most thrilling events on the pro wrestling calendar, New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Climax.

This year's version, the 25th annual, will feature a 20 men competing across 19 dates - the most in history - for a spot in the finals on August 16. Each show will be broadcast worldwide on New Japan's streaming service, NJPW World. Here at Cageside, we'll have open threads & results for each show, so you can watch along with the best pro wrestling community on the internet.

A primer for the event can be found here; a full schedule, more information on how to watch and some predictions here.

The seventh day of action takes place at Fukuoka Kokusai Center, and it's back to A Block, one of two groupings whose winner will go on to a spot in the finals.

Toru Yano vs. Doc Gallows

Togi Makabe vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan

Katsuyori Shibata vs. Kota Ibushi

Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Bad Luck Fale

Tetsuya Naito vs. A.J. Styles

Enjoy the show!

Day 7 Results:

Doc Gallows pinned Toru Yano with the Magic Killer.

Togi Makabe pinned Hiroyoshi Tenzan with the King Kong knee drop.

Katsuyori Shibata pinned Kota Ibushi with the Penalty Kick.

Bad Luck Fale pinned Hiroshi Tanahashi with the High Fly Flow.

Tetsuya Naito pinned AJ Styles with the Destino (sliced bread #2/Shiranui into a reverse DDT.

Current standings in Block A:

Bad Luck Fale 6
Tetsuya Naito 6
Katsuyori Shibata 6
Kota Ibushi 4
Togi Makabe 4
A.J. Styles 4
Hiroshi Tanahashi 4
Doc Gallows 2
Hiroyoshi Tenzan 2
Toru Yano 2

Current standings in Block B:

Tomohiro Ishii 6
Kazuchika Okada 6
Karl Anderson 4
Hirooki Goto 4
Michael Elgin 2
Satoshi Kojima 2
Yuji Nagata 2
Shinsuke Nakamura 2
Yujiro Takahashi 2
Tomoaki Honma 0

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