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How do you even know what you'll be tested on? The current IWGP Heavyweight Championship arrived only in 1987, replacing the old version. This was due to the , which were originally scheduled to be held at the same time when the tournament is usually held prior to the postponement of the Olympics due to the. With Inoki's dominance over NJPW gone, the promotion established the G1 Climax tournament in 1991 as a platform to showcase the company's top heavyweights and have them compete in round-robin matches where the winners of the two divisions would then square off in the tournament final. Rating: 3. First round 13 10 10 10 Strong Kobayashi 9 9 7 6 Towering Inferno 5 4 3 Ken Mantell 3 2 0 Semifinals 2-0 1-1 0-2 — Krupp 12:06 Sakaguchi 6:12 Krupp 12:06 — Sakaguchi 8:57 Sakaguchi 6:12 Sakaguchi 8:57 — Final 1 CO 2 25:38 1977 [ ] The 1977 World League ran from April 21 to May 30, 1977. 2000• The finals for the took place in October due to the being held in when the tournament is usually held, making this the first time the tournament will take place in the Autumn. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. ended in a time limit draw 15:00 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 0:18 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:31 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:35 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 24:43 6 defeated by submission for the G1 Climax tournament 23:41 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 6 8 2 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 3 Win 2 4 Win 2 4 Loss 4 4 Loss 4 4 4 Loss 2 2 Night 11 A Block [ ] The sixth night of the A Block took place on October 7, 2020 at the in. Rating: 4. Lost to for the on January 4, 2015, at Holder: Matches:• This increased the tournament's length to four weeks. Okada also became the first winner since to win the tournament in his first attempt. Final standings Block A Block B 14 14 12 14 10 12 10 12 8 10 8 8 8 6 8 6 6 6 6 2 Block A — Fale 8:43 Fale 8:30 Fale 8:06 Naito 10:41 Shibata 7:51 Styles 9:53 Fale 13:07 Fale 9:51 Yano 3:44 Fale 8:43 — Ibushi 8:35 Makabe 8:55 Gallows 8:22 Gallows 7:52 Styles 10:14 Tanahashi 11:37 Tenzan 9:17 Gallows 6:58 Fale 8:30 Ibushi 8:35 — Ibushi 9:07 Naito 17:18 Shibata 13:25 Ibushi 19:10 Tanahashi 20:53 Ibushi 11:14 Yano 0:50 Fale 8:06 Makabe 8:55 Ibushi 9:07 — Makabe 15:45 Shibata 9:35 Styles 11:17 Tanahashi 16:15 Makabe 8:41 Makabe 6:26 Naito 10:41 Gallows 8:22 Naito 17:18 Makabe 15:45 — Shibata 12:11 Naito 17:13 Naito 24:14 Tenzan 14:14 Naito 8:01 Shibata 7:51 Gallows 7:52 Shibata 13:25 Shibata 9:35 Shibata 12:11 — Styles 13:36 Tanahashi 21:20 Tenzan 9:49 Yano 4:01 Styles 9:53 Styles 10:14 Ibushi 19:10 Styles 11:17 Naito 17:13 Styles 13:36 — Tanahashi 27:56 Styles 13:29 Styles 10:13 Fale 13:07 Tanahashi 11:37 Tanahashi 20:53 Tanahashi 16:15 Naito 24:14 Tanahashi 21:20 Tanahashi 27:56 — Tanahashi 15:11 Tanahashi 14:59 Fale 9:51 Tenzan 9:17 Ibushi 11:14 Makabe 8:41 Tenzan 14:14 Tenzan 9:49 Styles 13:29 Tanahashi 15:11 — Yano 6:38 Yano 3:44 Gallows 6:58 Yano 0:50 Makabe 6:26 Naito 8:01 Yano 4:01 Styles 10:13 Tanahashi 14:59 Yano 6:38 — Block B — Anderson 12:56 Anderson 11:34 Anderson 11:37 Ishii 16:31 Kojima 10:53 Anderson 11:15 Anderson 17:41 Okada 14:34 Anderson 10:04 Anderson 12:56 — Goto 11:41 Elgin 9:55 Ishii 14:30 Kojima 12:49 Elgin 11:02 Elgin forfeit Okada 11:48 Elgin 11:58 Anderson 11:34 Goto 11:41 — Goto 12:20 Goto 17:11 Goto 12:39 Nagata 13:00 Nakamura 16:32 Goto 16:45 Goto 11:48 Anderson 11:37 Elgin 9:55 Goto 12:20 — Honma 16:13 Kojima 10:15 Nagata 12:49 Nakamura 11:50 Okada 17:51 Takahashi 10:33 Ishii 16:31 Ishii 14:30 Goto 17:11 Honma 16:13 — Ishii 12:20 Ishii 16:19 Nakamura 14:47 Okada 17:07 Ishii 12:17 Kojima 10:53 Kojima 12:49 Goto 12:39 Kojima 10:15 Ishii 12:20 — Nagata 10:50 Nakamura 11:24 Okada 18:22 Takahashi 13:01 Anderson 11:15 Elgin 11:02 Nagata 13:00 Nagata 12:49 Ishii 16:19 Nagata 10:50 — Nakamura 16:26 Okada 18:14 Takahashi 12:03 Anderson 17:41 Elgin forfeit Nakamura 16:32 Nakamura 11:50 Nakamura 14:47 Nakamura 11:24 Nakamura 16:26 — Nakamura 23:31 Nakamura 10:36 Okada 14:34 Okada 11:48 Goto 16:45 Okada 17:51 Okada 17:07 Okada 18:22 Okada 18:14 Nakamura 23:31 — Okada 14:21 Anderson 10:04 Elgin 11:58 Goto 11:48 Takahashi 10:33 Ishii 12:17 Takahashi 13:01 Takahashi 12:03 Nakamura 10:36 Okada 14:21 — Final A1 Pin B1 32:15 2016 [ ] The 2016 version of the G1 Climax tournament took place between July 18 and August 14. Dave Meltzer Star Ratings — G1 Climax 30 2020 Day 1: September 19th Kazuchika Okada vs Kota Ibushi 25 Shingo Takagi vs Jay White• , , and returned to NJPW in August on their weekly TV show, , which was taped in America. 2015—2018• Final standings Block A Block B 7 8 6 6 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 3 Block A — Fujinami 0:36 Nagata 11:30 Nakanishi 5:18 Fujinami 8:38 Yasuda 5:14 Fujinami 0:36 — Draw 8:01 Murakami 2:02 Tanaka 5:10 Murakami 3:48 Nagata 11:30 Draw 8:01 — Nakanishi 14:15 Nagata 12:39 Nagata 8:11 Nakanishi 5:18 Murakami 2:02 Nakanishi 14:15 — Nakanishi 9:47 Yasuda 7:11 Fujinami 8:38 Tanaka 5:10 Nagata 12:39 Nakanishi 9:47 — Yasuda 7:35 Yasuda 5:14 Murakami 3:48 Nagata 8:11 Yasuda 7:11 Yasuda 7:35 — Block B — Kojima 17:18 Chono 14:16 Mutoh 8:14 Chono 26:16 Chono 17:53 Kojima 17:18 — Liger 16:01 Kojima 17:30 Nishimura 19:23 Tenzan 20:53 Chono 14:16 Liger 16:01 — Mutoh 14:24 Draw 30:00 Tenzan 15:44 Muto 8:14 Kojima 17:30 Mutoh 14:24 — Mutoh 16:08 Mutoh 18:35 Chono 26:16 Nishimura 19:23 Draw 30:00 Mutoh 16:08 — Tenzan 24:06 Chono 17:53 Tenzan 20:53 Tenzan 15:44 Muto 18:35 Tenzan 24:06 — Semifinals Final B1 Sub A2 11:22 B1 Keiji Mutoh Sub A1 Yuji Nagata 22:03 B2 Sub A1 13:44 2002 [ ] The 2002 G1 Climax was identical in structure to the previous year's, and was held from August 3 to August 11. 5 Day 3: September 23rd Kota Ibushi vs Jay White• in English• In 2016, became the first non-Japanese wrestler to win the tournament. However, on July 3, Tenzan's longtime tag team partner gave him his spot in the tournament. in the 2020 finals, which lasted over 35 minutes. Rating: 2. NJPW's then president named the tournament after the horse race. Congrats to connections on a thrilling victory! Rating: 5. Vintage G1 is a series of from which began in 2018. On August 8, NJPW announced that and had suffered jaw and rib fractures respectively and would both miss the rest of the tournament. It returned to the original method of scoring, and also reintroduced the 's format of each block's top two scorers advancing to the final four. Rating: 1. 1996• Final standings Block A Block B 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 Block A — Archer 8:14 Goto 8:35 Archer 10:43 Archer 12:38 Makabe 9:07 Okada 11:26 Shibata 6:41 Archer 14:37 Tanahashi 10:56 Archer 8:14 — Goto 8:04 Devitt 10:28 Devitt 9:02 Devitt 8:43 Devitt 12:56 Shibata 6:56 Smith 7:26 Devitt 11:07 Goto 8:35 Goto 8:04 — Ishii forfeit Goto 13:07 Makabe 11:20 Goto 12:43 Shibata forfeit Smith forfeit Tanahashi 15:30 Archer 10:43 Devitt 10:28 Ishii forfeit — Kojima 11:20 Makabe 14:00 Okada 11:21 Ishii 12:17 Smith 11:17 Ishii 17:42 Archer 12:38 Devitt 9:02 Goto 13:07 Kojima 11:20 — Makabe 15:40 Kojima 11:56 Kojima 9:40 Smith 11:43 Kojima 16:07 Makabe 9:07 Devitt 8:43 Makabe 11:20 Makabe 14:00 Makabe 15:40 — Makabe 13:55 Shibata 7:23 Smith 10:13 Tanahashi 13:37 Okada 11:26 Devitt 12:56 Goto 12:43 Okada 11:21 Kojima 11:56 Makabe 13:55 — Okada 9:13 Okada 13:33 Draw 30:00 Shibata 6:41 Shibata 6:56 Shibata forfeit Ishii 12:17 Kojima 9:40 Shibata 7:23 Okada 9:13 — Shibata 9:06 Tanahashi 10:56 Archer 14:37 Smith 7:26 Smith forfeit Smith 11:17 Smith 11:43 Smith 10:13 Okada 13:33 Shibata 9:06 — Tanahashi 14:35 Tanahashi 10:56 Devitt 11:07 Tanahashi 15:30 Ishii 17:42 Kojima 16:07 Tanahashi 13:37 Draw 30:00 Tanahashi 10:56 Tanahashi 14:35 — Block B — Anderson 6:28 Ibushi 9:52 Anderson 10:09 Naito 13:11 Anderson 12:54 Suzuki 10:40 Anderson 7:00 Anderson 9:55 Yano 7:24 Anderson 6:28 — Benjamin 10:20 Benjamin 8:17 Naito 8:36 Benjamin 10:34 Suzuki 8:42 Takahashi 7:58 Benjamin 8:20 Benjamin 7:35 Ibushi 9:52 Benjamin 10:20 — Nagata 13:49 Ibushi 13:16 Nakamura 19:18 Suzuki 13:37 Takahashi 8:45 Ibushi forfeit Ibushi 7:32 Anderson 10:09 Benjamin 8:17 Nagata 13:49 — Naito 11:40 Nakamura 13:55 Nagata 14:34 Nagata 9:06 Nagata forfeit Nagata 6:46 Naito 13:11 Naito 8:36 Ibushi 13:16 Naito 11:40 — Naito 14:50 Naito 16:19 Takahashi 9:30 Tenzan 12:20 Yano 9:26 Anderson 12:54 Benjamin 10:34 Nakamura 19:18 Nakamura 13:55 Naito 14:50 — Suzuki 13:44 Nakamura 10:47 Nakamura forfeit Nakamura 11:36 Suzuki 10:40 Suzuki 8:42 Suzuki 13:37 Nagata 14:34 Naito 16:19 Suzuki 13:44 — Suzuki 10:31 Tenzan 11:46 Yano 9:23 Anderson 7:00 Takahashi 7:58 Takahashi 8:45 Nagata 9:06 Takahashi 9:30 Nakamura 10:47 Suzuki 10:31 — Takahashi 9:07 Yano 7:04 Anderson 9:55 Benjamin 8:20 Ibushi forfeit Nagata forfeit Tenzan 12:20 Nakamura forfeit Tenzan 11:46 Takahashi 9:07 — Tenzan 8:39 Yano 7:24 Benjamin 7:35 Ibushi 7:32 Nagata 6:46 Yano 9:26 Nakamura 11:36 Yano 9:23 Yano 7:04 Tenzan 8:39 — Final A1 Pin B1 26:44 2014 [ ] The 2014 version of the G1 Climax tournament took place between July 21 and August 10 with the final taking place in at the for the first time departing , which housed the final from every year since the tournament began. After you pass your written test at Drive Test, you must hold your G1 license for one year, or 8 months if you are enrolled in a driver training program before you may take your first drive test to qualify for a G2 license. 5 0 Tie-breaker J 2-0 J 1-1 I 0-2 J I J J — Inoki 7:17 Inoki 16:52 I Inoki 7:17 — Sakaguchi 12:46 J Inoki 16:52 Sakaguchi 12:46 — 1975 [ ] The 1975 World League ran from April 4 to May 16, 1975. 1999• 5 Use the buttons below for more ratings from the 2020 G1 Climax tournament. 2020• See details for additional description. You must correctly answer 16 questions in each section to pass the test. Final standings Block A Block B 4 5 3 5 3 2 2 0 Block A — Mutoh 13:56 Draw 7:56 Fujinami 12:13 Mutoh 13:56 — Norton 9:56 Mutoh 13:54 Draw 7:56 Norton 9:56 — Vader 10:49 Fujinami 12:13 Mutoh 13:54 Vader 10:49 — Block B — Chono 12:38 Bigelow 10:10 Hashimoto 9:59 Chono 12:38 — Chono 14:17 Draw 30:00 Bigelow 10:10 Chono 14:17 — Hashimoto 7:50 Hashimoto 9:59 Draw 30:00 Hashimoto 7:50 — Block B Decision Final A1 Pin B1 Sub B1 Masahiro Chono 29:31 B2 15:50 1992 [ ] The 1992 G1 Climax was a 16-man , and was also for the vacant. Successfully defended the certificate against on October 14, 2013, at• The tournament featured five wrestlers in a single block, with the winner becoming the number one contender to for August 8. Final standings Block A Block B 7 12 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 2 Block A — Bernard 12:15 Bernard 10:11 Tajiri 10:33 Tanahashi 19:57 Draw 13:07 Yano 9:50 Bernard 12:15 — Omori 14:40 Makabe 12:17 Draw 30:00 Makabe 12:29 Makabe 13:18 Bernard 10:11 Omori 14:40 — Omori 1:05 Omori 18:20 Tanaka 13:08 Yano 9:11 Tajiri 10:33 Makabe 12:17 Omori 1:05 — Tajiri 18:03 Tanaka 11:24 Yano 11:34 Tanahashi 19:57 Draw 30:00 Omori 18:20 Tajiri 18:03 — Tanahashi 22:28 Tanahashi 18:39 Draw 13:07 Makabe 12:29 Tanaka 13:08 Tanaka 11:24 Tanahashi 22:28 — Tanaka 10:44 Yano 9:50 Makabe 13:18 Yano 9:11 Yano 11:34 Tanahashi 18:39 Tanaka 10:44 — Block B — Goto 12:24 Nagata 17:48 Nakamura 16:42 Goto 14:55 Sugiura 13:32 Goto 6:57 Goto 12:24 — Iizuka 7:53 Nakamura 5:11 Nakanishi 11:58 Sugiura 9:05 Tenzan 10:59 Nagata 17:48 Iizuka 7:53 — Nakamura 17:41 Nakanishi 21:58 Draw 30:00 Nagata 11:01 Nakamura 16:42 Nakamura 5:11 Nakamura 17:41 — Nakamura 7:10 Nakamura 13:51 Nakamura 8:41 Goto 14:55 Nakanishi 11:58 Nakanishi 21:58 Nakamura 7:10 — Sugiura 14:22 Nakanishi 10:30 Sugiura 13:32 Sugiura 9:05 Draw 30:00 Nakamura 13:51 Sugiura 14:22 — Tenzan 12:42 Goto 6:57 Tenzan 10:59 Nagata 11:01 Nakamura 8:41 Nakanishi 10:30 Tenzan 12:42 — Semifinals Final A1 Pin B2 11:57 A1 Togi Makabe Pin B1 Shinsuke Nakamura 18:29 B1 Pin A2 13:31 2010 [ ] The 2010 version of the G1 Climax tournament was announced in late May 2010 and was the 20th anniversary of the G1 Climax tournament. Final standings Block A Block B 12 12 11 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 8 10 8 8 8 6 8 6 4 6 Block A — Goto 9:18 Ishii 9:35 Fale 8:38 Fale 9:36 Fale 11:16 Fale 9:06 Tanahashi 15:05 Fale 8:22 Tonga 8:39 Goto 9:18 — Goto 11:49 Goto 14:12 Goto 13:17 Okada 16:11 Sanada 12:05 Tanahashi 17:47 Goto 10:02 Goto 12:29 Ishii 9:35 Goto 11:49 — Ishii 12:33 Ishii 12:14 Ishii 18:43 Sanada 12:18 Tanahashi 16:10 Tenzan 14:08 Tonga 11:00 Fale 8:38 Goto 14:12 Ishii 12:33 — Marufuji 10:39 Okada 15:04 Makabe 12:25 Makabe 14:04 Makabe 10:08 Makabe 10:37 Fale 9:36 Goto 13:17 Ishii 12:14 Marufuji 10:39 — Marufuji 19:07 Marufuji 10:39 Tanahashi 19:00 Marufuji 12:29 Marufuji 10:54 Fale 11:16 Okada 16:11 Ishii 18:43 Okada 15:04 Marufuji 19:07 — Okada 13:20 Draw 30:00 Okada 12:30 Okada 11:45 Fale 9:06 Sanada 12:05 Sanada 12:18 Makabe 12:25 Marufuji 10:39 Okada 13:20 — Sanada 19:30 Sanada 12:12 Tonga 10:40 Tanahashi 15:05 Tanahashi 17:47 Tanahashi 16:10 Makabe 14:04 Tanahashi 19:00 Draw 30:00 Sanada 19:30 — Tanahashi 11:17 Tonga 11:10 Fale 8:22 Goto 10:02 Tenzan 14:08 Makabe 10:08 Marufuji 12:29 Okada 12:30 Sanada 12:12 Tanahashi 11:17 — Tenzan 10:31 Tonga 8:39 Goto 12:29 Tonga 11:00 Makabe 10:37 Marufuji 10:54 Okada 11:45 Tonga 10:40 Tonga 11:10 Tenzan 10:31 — Block B — Evil 10:54 Elgin 18:43 Elgin 10:35 Naito 22:12 Nakajima 16:50 Elgin 16:44 Elgin 15:53 Yano 4:59 Elgin 9:49 Evil 10:54 — Evil 9:49 Nagata 10:54 Naito 21:28 Nakajima 10:31 Omega 10:15 Evil 9:42 Evil 2:57 Yoshi-Hashi 12:48 Elgin 18:43 Evil 9:49 — Honma 10:29 Naito 20:38 Nakajima 12:32 Omega 13:59 Honma 11:11 Yano 4:21 Honma 13:07 Elgin 10:35 Nagata 10:54 Honma 10:29 — Nagata 15:32 Nakajima 12:32 Omega 14:17 Shibata 12:16 Yano 4:22 Nagata 11:56 Naito 22:12 Naito 21:28 Naito 20:38 Nagata 15:32 — Naito 19:08 Omega 28:12 Shibata 19:24 Naito 4:54 Naito 15:01 Nakajima 16:50 Nakajima 10:31 Nakajima 12:32 Nakajima 12:32 Naito 19:08 — Omega 10:29 Shibata 14:08 Nakajima 3:51 Yoshi-Hashi 12:02 Elgin 16:44 Omega 10:15 Omega 13:59 Omega 14:17 Omega 28:12 Omega 10:29 — Shibata 12:28 Omega 9:05 Yoshi-Hashi 12:16 Elgin 15:53 Evil 9:42 Honma 11:11 Shibata 12:16 Shibata 19:24 Shibata 14:08 Shibata 12:28 — Yano 1:05 Shibata 11:08 Yano 4:59 Evil 2:57 Yano 4:21 Yano 4:22 Naito 4:54 Nakajima 3:51 Omega 9:05 Yano 1:05 — Yano 3:31 Elgin 9:49 Yoshi-Hashi 12:48 Honma 13:07 Nagata 11:56 Naito 15:01 Yoshi-Hashi 12:02 Yoshi-Hashi 12:16 Shibata 11:08 Yano 3:31 — Final A1 Pin B1 26:49 2017 [ ] The 2017 version of the G1 Climax tournament took place between July 17 and August 13. Final standings 39 38 38 36 33 29 16 14 12 5 Mike Masters 0 Final 1 CO 2 7:45 1982 [ ] The 1982 MSG League ran from March 4 to April 1, 1982. The longest match in G1 Climax history is vs. As well as the increased number of participants, it introduced a format in which the second and third runners-up from each block would advance to a four-man tournament, the two finalists of which would advance to a second four-man tournament also featuring each block winner; the eventual winner of this tournament would win the G1 Climax. 2014—2019• Online education at the career or vocational level is not only available, it is gaining traction among students who recognize the value of earning their education without sacrificing work, family obligations and more. Although the 1983 winner, , was awarded a , this is not the beginning of the , but that was defended annually against the winner of the IWGP League of the year. Afterwards, Ospreay on Okada by attacking him after the match from behind with his. Rating: 3. Lost to for the on January 4, 2020, at Holder: Matches:• Like their original releases, many include for the customer to apply, enhancing the warm nostalgic experience. from the original on November 18, 2013. Mutoh and Sasaki are the only two wrestlers to have won the G1 Climax while holding the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. Study more effectively when you're motivated Instead of giving up when things get too boring, G1. Vintage G1 Hot Rod Notes• Most of these tournaments were dominated by NJPW's founding top star. This was the first time the tournament did not feature a points system. Considered NJPW's most important tournament, the G1 Climax features twenty wrestlers, divided in two blocks of ten "A" and "B". 25 Will Ospreay vs Shingo Takagi• Since its inception, the contract has only changed hands one time, on November 7, at when defeated. 2011—2012• 2019• Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 8:47 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:12 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 12:20 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 11:24 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 25:01 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 19:58 Tournament scores [ ] Colors Can still win the block Cannot win the block regardless of future results Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 8 10 2 Win 6 8 3 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 4 Loss 4 4 5 Loss 2 2 Night 13 A Block [ ] The seventh night of A Block took place on October 10, 2020 at the in ,. The final three days took place back at. With his victory, freelancer became the third man to have won both the G1 Climax and 's. Though considered a continuation of the previous tournaments, officially NJPW does not recognize the earlier tournaments as part of the G1 Climax lineage. This will also help you when it comes to your road test. Rating: 3. Hiroshi Tanahashi set a record for most points set by a wrestler in a 20-man G1 Climax with 15 points. 5 Hirooki Goto vs KENTA• was declared the winner of A Block after pinned. Clear and detailed training methods for each lesson will ensure that students can acquire and apply knowledge into practice easily. Rating: 3. The tournament featured 14 wrestlers in two blocks of seven each. The first G1 was held from August 7 to August 11, 1991, at Tokyo's. ANNOUNCED SCHEDULE: New Beginning in Sapporo・Hokkai Kita Yell・Feb. Successfully defended the certificate against on October 8, 2012, at• You'll receive two test sheets, each with 20 questions. Killer Khan, as the next highest finisher, took his place. injured his left elbow in his second match, forcing him to forfeit his third match against. Round 1 Quarterfinals August 10 Semifinals August 11 Final August 12 Pin 8:58 Steve Austin Pin Keiji Mutoh 13:52 Pin 10:17 Keiji Mutoh Sub Masahiro Chono 26:07 Sub 12:20 Masahiro Chono Sub Scott Norton 10:48 Pin 8:16 Masahiro Chono Pin Rick Rude 29:44 Pin 8:20 Kensuke Sasaki Pin Terry Taylor 9:35 Forf Kensuke Sasaki Pin Rick Rude 19:24 Pin 11:29 Shinya Hashimoto Pin Rick Rude 13:52 Pin 11:54 1993 [ ] The 1993 G1 Climax was once again a 16-man single-elimination tournament, held from August 3 to August 7, 1993. 5 Jeff Cobb vs Shingo Takagi• 00 Tomohiro Ishii vs Minoru Suzuki• He rates them on a 5-star scale. 5 3 2 3 2 1 Katsuhisa Shibata 1 0 Round two 5. Lost to for the on January 4, 2018, at Holder: Matches:• Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 9:03 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:57 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 3:40 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 16:26 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 16:58 6 defeated by referee stoppage for the G1 Climax tournament 27:45 Tournament scores [ ] Colors Can still win the block Cannot win the block regardless of future results Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 8 10 Win 8 10 Win 8 10 Win 8 10 2 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Win 4 6 3 Loss 0 0 Night 14 B Block [ ] The seventh night of B Block took place on October 11, 2020 at the in. Though it has sometimes been held as a , it is usually and currently held as a , with winners from two pools wrestling in the final to decide that year's winner. 2015• The winner of each block is determined via a point system, with two points for a win, one point for a draw, and no point for a defeat; each night of the event sees the ten members of one block compete for the tournament. Final standings Block A Block B 15 12 13 12 12 12 10 12 10 10 6 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 Block A — Elgin 16:08 Elgin 11:13 Makabe 8:46 Okada 20:56 Elgin 17:17 Suzuki 14:10 Tanahashi 16:03 White 17:44 Yoshi-Hashi 14:22 Elgin 16:08 — Evil 12:13 Evil 10:16 Okada 18:27 Evil 15:40 Suzuki 12:13 Tanahashi 12:57 Evil 11:36 Evil 12:37 Elgin 11:13 Evil 12:13 — Fale 7:51 Fale 13:38 Page 8:04 Suzuki 8:51 Tanahashi 16:27 Fale 11:42 Yoshi-Hashi 8:31 Makabe 8:46 Evil 10:16 Fale 7:51 — Okada 15:11 Page 9:10 Makabe 14:58 Tanahashi 12:00 White 10:22 Makabe 11:05 Okada 20:56 Okada 18:27 Fale 13:38 Okada 15:11 — Okada 17:31 Okada 18:20 Draw 30:00 White 25:36 Okada 19:40 Elgin 17:17 Evil 15:40 Page 8:04 Page 9:10 Okada 17:31 — Page 12:05 Tanahashi 12:08 White 17:10 Yoshi-Hashi 10:22 Suzuki 14:10 Suzuki 12:13 Suzuki 8:51 Makabe 14:58 Okada 18:20 Page 12:05 — Tanahashi 13:59 Suzuki 10:35 Suzuki 13:44 Tanahashi 16:03 Tanahashi 12:57 Tanahashi 16:27 Tanahashi 12:00 Draw 30:00 Tanahashi 12:08 Tanahashi 13:59 — White 24:02 Tanahashi 12:36 White 17:44 Evil 11:36 Fale 11:42 White 10:22 White 25:36 White 17:10 Suzuki 10:35 White 24:02 — White 9:48 Yoshi-Hashi 14:22 Evil 12:37 Yoshi-Hashi 8:31 Makabe 11:05 Okada 19:40 Yoshi-Hashi 10:22 Suzuki 13:44 Tanahashi 12:36 White 9:48 — Block B — Ibushi 18:09 Ishii 18:15 Naito 13:26 Omega 19:29 Robinson 10:36 Sabre 10:43 Goto 13:38 Goto 11:15 Goto 2:17 Ibushi 18:09 — Ibushi 16:13 Ibushi 25:09 Ibushi 23:13 Ibushi 13:03 Ibushi 22:58 Sanada 22:23 Tonga 14:17 Yano 8:23 Ishii 18:15 Ibushi 16:13 — Naito 19:13 Ishii 22:42 Ishii 12:24 Sabre 14:35 Ishii 17:00 Tonga 10:32 Ishii 8:52 Naito 13:26 Ibushi 25:09 Naito 19:13 — Omega 23:19 Naito 16:43 Sabre 18:17 Naito 19:52 Naito 10:06 Naito 8:28 Omega 19:29 Ibushi 23:13 Ishii 22:42 Omega 23:19 — Omega 15:31 Omega 15:14 Omega 20:12 Omega 9:55 Yano 9:04 Robinson 10:36 Ibushi 13:03 Ishii 12:24 Naito 16:43 Omega 15:31 — Sabre 13:39 Robinson 12:36 Tonga 14:05 Robinson 8:28 Sabre 10:43 Ibushi 22:58 Sabre 14:35 Sabre 18:17 Omega 15:14 Sabre 13:39 — Sanada 10:45 Sabre 10:59 Sabre 10:34 Goto 13:38 Sanada 22:23 Ishii 17:00 Naito 19:52 Omega 20:12 Robinson 12:36 Sanada 10:45 — Sanada 10:46 Sanada 5:22 Goto 11:15 Tonga 14:17 Tonga 10:32 Naito 10:06 Omega 9:55 Tonga 14:05 Sabre 10:59 Sanada 10:46 — Yano 5:08 Goto 2:17 Yano 8:23 Ishii 8:52 Naito 8:28 Yano 9:04 Robinson 8:28 Sabre 10:34 Sanada 5:22 Yano 5:08 — Final A1 Pin B1 35:00 2019 [ ] Main article: The 2020 version of the G1 Climax took place from September 19 until October 18 with the final three days being held at. Lost to for the on January 4, 2017, at Holder: Matches:• became the third wrestler along with and to win two consecutive G1 Climax tournaments and the first wrestler to reach the finals for the third time in a row. Final standings Block A Block B 8 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 2 4 0 0 Block A — Fujinami 13:10 Fujinami 17:36 Nagata 12:03 Sasaki 10:23 Fujinami 3:29 Fujinami 13:10 — Mutoh 11:40 Nagata 19:51 Sasaki 13:50 Kojima 13:51 Fujinami 17:36 Mutoh 11:40 — Mutoh 21:11 Mutoh 20:56 Mutoh 6:25 Nagata 12:03 Nagata 19:51 Mutoh 21:11 — Nagata 14:43 Nagata 10:26 Sasaki 10:23 Sasaki 13:50 Mutoh 20:56 Nagata 14:43 — Sasaki 7:28 Fujinami 3:29 Kojima 13:51 Mutoh 6:25 Nagata 10:26 Sasaki 7:28 — Block B — Chono 21:36 Koshinaka 13:05 Chono 10:21 Tenzan 17:25 Chono 10:18 Chono 21:36 — Koshinaka 13:47 Nakanishi 15:22 Hashimoto 13:24 Hashimoto 4:55 Koshinaka 13:05 Koshinaka 13:47 — Nakanishi 14:15 Tenzan 15:14 Koshinaka Forf Chono 10:21 Nakanishi 15:22 Nakanishi 14:15 — Nakanishi 15:40 Nakanishi 6:43 Tenzan 17:25 Hashimoto 13:24 Tenzan 15:14 Nakanishi 15:40 — Tenzan 12:30 Chono 10:18 Hashimoto 4:55 Koshinaka Forf Nakanishi 6:43 Tenzan 12:30 — Block A Decision Final B1 Sub A1 Sub A1 Keiji Mutoh 14:43 A2 10:28 2000 [ ] The 2000 G1 Climax was a round-robin tournament, featuring four blocks of five, with each block champion advancing to a four-man tournament to decide that year's winner; it was held from August 7 to August 13. The tournament featured 12 wrestlers, and was the first time that the tournament featured no sort of final round. The winner was awarded a championship belt this was not the beginning of the current , but an defended annually against the winner of the IWGP League of the year. 75 Toru Yano vs SANADA• Unlike the , the G1 Climax features the then-reigning IWGP Heavyweight Champion as one of the participants, except in , , and , when then-champions in 1992 , in 2001 and 2004 , and Keiji Mutoh in 2008 , respectively, did not compete in the tournament. Guest natives included from and from Social Progress Wrestling Federation SPWF. Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated by submission 9:10 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:15 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:46 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:16 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 4:33 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 21:58 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 2 Loss 4 4 Win 2 4 3 Loss 2 2 Loss 2 2 Loss 2 2 4 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 5 Loss 0 0 Night 7 A Block [ ] The fourth night of A Block took place on September 30, 2020 at in. Your G1 test will be comprised of 40 multiple-choice questions, which are divided into two separate sections: rules of the road and road signs. 2003• Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 9:15 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:57 3 defeated by count out for the G1 Climax tournament 6:16 4 defeated by submission for the G1 Climax tournament 17:15 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:54 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 27:16 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 2 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Night 3 A Block [ ] The second night of A Block took place on September 23, 2020 at the in. 2015—2019• The tournament featured 14 wrestlers. — Keeneland Racing keenelandracing Racing from Keeneland continues Saturday highlighted by the Breeders' Cup Classic G1. All first round matches featured the Japanese against the Internationals. Toro, Carlos September 9, 2020. Prior to the tournament, NJPW held two "" shows in on July 1 and 2. Lost to for the on January 4, 2016, at Holder: Matches:• from , along with freelancer were invitees. History [ ] In January 2020, NJPW announced that the 2020 edition of the G1 Climax would take place from September to October, instead of its usual July-August schedule, to avoid conflict with the. Final standings Block A Block B 25 27 17 21 15 17 15 16 14 13 11 9 Klaus Wallace 0 0 Semifinals Final A1 Sub A2 9:30 A1 Antonio Inoki Pin B2 Dick Murdoch 30:07 B1 CO B2 16:22 1987 [ ] The 1987 International Wrestling Grand Prix ran from May 11 to June 12, 1987. The final match was the longest match in G1 history until it was beaten in 2020. Participants in the tournament were announced on June 7. Our most popular G1 practice test. Successfully defended the certificate against on September 22, 2016, at• The tournament featured 11 wrestlers. Final standings Block A Block B 12 14 12 12 10 12 10 12 10 12 10 8 10 8 8 4 6 4 2 4 Block A — Bernard 11:23 Archer 8:18 Nagata 8:42 Naito 12:38 Archer 6:42 Archer 7:14 Archer 7:19 Tanahashi 11:33 Yano 8:51 Bernard 11:23 — Makabe 12:35 Bernard 10:00 Naito 10:44 Bernard 9:47 Bernard 8:58 Takayama 9:36 Tanahashi 13:05 Bernard 7:29 Archer 8:18 Makabe 12:35 — Makabe 13:13 Makabe 14:27 Makabe 5:23 Takahashi 8:37 Takayama 12:14 Tanahashi 18:46 Makabe 10:54 Nagata 8:42 Bernard 10:00 Makabe 13:13 — Nagata 13:11 Saito 4:29 Nagata 9:49 Nagata 13:51 Nagata 18:19 Yano 11:24 Naito 12:38 Naito 10:44 Makabe 14:27 Nagata 13:11 — Naito 7:25 Takahashi 10:52 Naito 10:32 Naito 5:11 Naito 14:05 Archer 6:42 Bernard 9:47 Makabe 5:23 Saito 4:29 Naito 7:25 — Takahashi 9:25 Takayama 3:29 Tanahashi 8:01 Yano 6:09 Archer 7:14 Bernard 8:58 Takahashi 8:37 Nagata 9:49 Takahashi 10:52 Takahashi 9:25 — Takayama 9:25 Tanahashi 12:43 Yano 8:30 Archer 7:19 Takayama 9:36 Takayama 12:14 Nagata 13:51 Naito 10:32 Takayama 3:29 Takayama 9:25 — Tanahashi 11:57 Takayama 6:29 Tanahashi 11:33 Tanahashi 13:05 Tanahashi 18:46 Nagata 18:19 Naito 5:11 Tanahashi 8:01 Tanahashi 12:43 Tanahashi 11:57 — Yano 16:57 Yano 8:51 Bernard 7:29 Makabe 10:54 Yano 11:24 Naito 14:05 Yano 6:09 Yano 8:30 Takayama 6:29 Yano 16:57 — Block B — Goto 10:56 Inoue 9:07 Kojima 12:55 Anderson 8:30 Nakamura 12:11 Anderson 7:49 Anderson 7:55 Suzuki 10:59 Anderson 9:39 Goto 10:56 — Goto 11:09 Goto 16:15 MVP 10:39 Goto 13:13 Goto 9:06 Strong Man 7:27 Suzuki 12:38 Goto 10:37 Inoue 9:07 Goto 11:09 — Kojima 9:51 MVP 9:34 Nakamura 12:29 Sombra 8:41 Inoue 7:00 Suzuki 14:19 Tenzan 9:50 Kojima 12:55 Goto 16:15 Kojima 9:51 — Kojima 11:26 Nakamura 15:05 Kojima 9:25 Kojima 8:15 Kojima 12:40 Tenzan 14:10 Anderson 8:30 MVP 10:39 MVP 9:34 Kojima 11:26 — MVP 12:02 MVP 4:59 MVP 8:18 Suzuki 12:03 MVP 11:17 Nakamura 12:11 Goto 13:13 Nakamura 12:29 Nakamura 15:05 MVP 12:02 — Nakamura 10:49 Nakamura 6:56 Nakamura 12:13 Nakamura 13:43 Anderson 7:49 Goto 9:06 Sombra 8:41 Kojima 9:25 MVP 4:59 Nakamura 10:49 — Sombra 6:48 Suzuki 9:32 Tenzan 9:16 Anderson 7:55 Strong Man 7:27 Inoue 7:00 Kojima 8:15 MVP 8:18 Nakamura 6:56 Sombra 6:48 — Strong Man 9:31 Tenzan 7:18 Suzuki 10:59 Suzuki 12:38 Suzuki 14:19 Kojima 12:40 Suzuki 12:03 Nakamura 12:13 Suzuki 9:32 Strong Man 9:31 — Suzuki 14:26 Anderson 9:39 Goto 10:37 Tenzan 9:50 Tenzan 14:10 MVP 11:17 Nakamura 13:43 Tenzan 9:16 Tenzan 7:18 Suzuki 14:26 — Final A1 Pin B1 20:19 2012 [ ] The 2012 version of the G1 Climax tournament took place over nine shows between August 1 and August 12 and included 18 participants. and were the junior heavyweight invitees. Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 7:09 2 defeated by submission for the G1 Climax tournament 13:34 3 defeated by count out for the G1 Climax tournament 8:56 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:06 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 13:38 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 23:57 Tournament scores [ ] Colors Can still win the block Cannot win the block regardless of future results Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 8 10 Loss 10 10 2 Win 6 8 Win 6 8 Win 6 8 3 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Win 4 6 4 Loss 2 2 Night 15 A Block [ ] The eighth night of A Block took place on October 13, 2020 at the in. And it costs just a fraction of what you would pay in a full- or part-time MBA program, or for that matter, an online MBA or Executive MBA program. NJPW invited several non-NJPW wrestlers to participate in the 1993 tournament, including , , and from , and from. This was the first time that two recognized ; and previous champion , were invited to compete in the heavyweight tournament. Contents• 75 if you need to retake the knowledge test. Final standings Block A Block B 8 6 6 4 4 4 2 4 0 2 Block A — Choshu 17:14 Choshu Forf Choshu 15:13 Choshu 5:12 Choshu 17:14 — Hashimoto Forf Sasaki 9:13 Tenzan 11:27 Choshu Forf Hashimoto Forf — Sasaki 5:08 Tenzan Forf Choshu 15:13 Sasaki 9:13 Sasaki 5:08 — Sasaki 15:03 Choshu 5:12 Tenzan 11:27 Tenzan Forf Sasaki 15:03 — Block B — Chono 13:46 Koshinaka 22:10 Chono 24:43 Chono 12:25 Chono 13:46 — Kojima 10:33 Mutoh 15:21 Yamazaki 9:56 Koshinaka 22:10 Kojima 10:33 — Mutoh 11:59 Koshinaka 13:50 Chono 24:43 Mutoh 15:21 Mutoh 11:59 — Yamazaki 13:50 Chono 12:25 Yamazaki 9:56 Koshinaka 13:50 Yamazaki 13:50 — Final A1 Sub B1 13:45 1997 [ ] The 1997 G1 Climax was a 14-man single-elimination tournament, with and receiving byes to the quarterfinals. Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated by submission 7:56 2 defeated by submission for the G1 Climax tournament 17:39 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 14:30 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 8:04 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:33 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 28:25 Tournament scores [ ] Colors Can still win the block Cannot win the block regardless of future results Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 10 12 Win 10 12 2 Win 8 10 Win 8 10 3 Loss 8 8 Win 6 8 4 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 5 Loss 2 2 Night 17 A Block Final [ ] The ninth night of A Block took place on October 16, 2020 at the in. 2017• Here are the match ratings for every day according to Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter subscribe. Round 1 August 1 Quarterfinals August 2 Semifinals August 3 Final August 3 Pin 9:45 Satoshi Kojima Pin Hiroyoshi Tenzan 11:43 Pin 10:39 Hiroyoshi Tenzan Pin Shinya Hashimoto 14:01 Sub 18:39 Masahiro Chono Sub Shinya Hashimoto 5:45 Stop 11:35 Hiroyoshi Tenzan Pin Kensuke Sasaki 8:09 Pin 6:31 Scott Norton Pin The Great Muta 6:31 Pin 10:25 Scott Norton Pin Kensuke Sasaki 5:16 Pin 8:04 1998 [ ] The 1998 G1 Climax was another 16-man single-elimination tournament, held between July 31 and August 2. 2014—2018• In the final, Canadian made history, becoming the first non-Japanese winner of the tournament under its G1 Climax name as well as the first man in four years to win the tournament in his first attempt. Due to renovations at , the final three shows for the tournament took place at , representing New Japan's first shows at that arena since 2003. Online courses are can equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills that is sought by the employers. Rating: 3. 2018• 2016—2018• List of Vintage G1 figures Legion Class• Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 7:21 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 10:44 3 defeated by submission for the G1 Climax tournament 12:01 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 12:11 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 18:20 6 with Gedo defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 20:28 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Win 2 4 Win 2 4 Win 2 4 2 Loss 2 2 Loss 2 2 Win 0 2 Win 0 2 3 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Loss 0 0 Night 4 B Block [ ] The second night of B Block took place on September 24, 2020 at the in. Rating: 3. Final standings Block A Block B 7 8 5 5 4 4 2 3 2 0 Block A — Draw 25:54 Bernard 6:53 Nakanishi 11:41 Bernard 17:54 Draw 25:54 — Kojima 14:09 Kojima 18:17 Kojima 21:55 Bernard 6:53 Kojima 14:09 — Liger 8:32 Tanahashi 14:18 Nakanishi 11:41 Kojima 18:17 Liger 8:32 — Tanahashi 14:51 Bernard 17:54 Kojima 21:55 Tanahashi 14:18 Tanahashi 14:51 — Block B — Kanemoto 11:25 Draw 30:00 Tenzan 13:07 Kanemoto 13:14 Kanemoto 11:25 — Draw 15:44 Tenzan 12:23 Makabe 11:18 Draw 30:00 Draw 15:44 — Tenzan 15:41 Nagata 10:28 Tenzan 13:07 Tenzan 12:23 Tenzan 15:41 — Tenzan 12:28 Kanemoto 13:14 Makabe 11:18 Nagata 10:28 Tenzan 12:28 — Semifinals Final A1 Pin B2 15:41 A1 Satoshi Kojima Pin B1 Hiroyoshi Tenzan 27:36 B1 Sub A2 11:13 2007 [ ] The 2007 G1 Climax, featuring twelve men in two blocks, was held from August 5 to August 12. Big events in Japan for 2020 highlighted by the first ever autumn G1 Climax In a special video airing during Wrestle Kingdom 14, the first wave of big events on the NJPW schedule were revealed, with some huge announcements. The top two from each block advanced to a knockout stage. Successfully defended the certificate against on October 13, 2014, at• On the final day of the event, the winners of both blocks face each other to determine the winner of the G1 Climax, who will gain a future match for the at , NJPW's biggest yearly event. In case of several wrestler sharing the top score, the results of the matches those wrestlers had when facing each others in the tournament act as tiebreaker, with the one having the most wins over the other top-scorers determining the winner of the block. 1994, 2009, 2016, 2019, 2020• The official test is created by the Ministry of Transportation MTO and is offered in all DriveTest Centres. Final 1 Pin 3 16:42 1983 [ ] The 1983 International Wrestling Grand Prix ran from May 6 to June 2, 1983. Unlock a HUGE set of exam-like questions If you only study the official MTO manual, your chances of passing the written G1 test are only about 49 percent. It ran from August 6 to August 12, 1992. 2011• Final standings Block A Block B 6 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 Block A — Bernard 3:40 Makabe 8:34 Nagata 13:58 Bernard 13:24 Draw 9:57 Bernard 3:40 — Makabe 11:17 Chono 16:15 Tenzan 17:20 Chono 7:45 Makabe 8:34 Makabe 11:17 — Makabe 15:44 Tenzan 15:45 Akebono 7:48 Nagata 13:58 Chono 16:15 Makabe 15:44 — Nagata 10:41 Nagata 6:32 Bernard 13:24 Tenzan 17:20 Tenzan 15:45 Nagata 10:41 — Akebono 9:18 Draw 9:57 Chono 7:45 Akebono 7:48 Nagata 6:32 Akebono 9:18 — Block B — Milano 10:29 Koshinaka 10:34 Koshinaka 10:30 Tanahashi 17:04 Yano 9:52 Milano 10:29 — Nakamura 12:30 Nakanishi 5:29 Tanahashi 9:59 Milano 6:00 Koshinaka 10:34 Nakamura 12:30 — Nakamura 12:38 Draw 30:00 Nakamura 12:13 Koshinaka 10:30 Nakanishi 5:29 Nakamura 12:38 — Nakanishi 12:13 Yano 10:41 Tanahashi 17:04 Tanahashi 9:59 Draw 30:00 Nakanishi 12:13 — Draw 12:27 Yano 9:52 Milano 6:00 Nakamura 12:13 Yano 10:41 Draw 12:27 — Semifinals Final A1 Pin B2 15:24 B2 Hiroshi Tanahashi Pin A2 Yuji Nagata 19:02 B1 Stop A2 18:22 2008 [ ] The 2008 G1 Climax, featuring fourteen men in two blocks, was held from August 9 to August 17 over seven shows. Packaged in Generation 1-styled boxes complete with fonts, classic and , the figures evoke the look and feel of the original , from the era of the franchise's emergence as a cultural phenomenon. Round 1 July 31 Quarterfinals August 1 Semifinals August 2 Final August 2 Pin 10:35 Tadao Yasuda Pin Satoshi Kojima 13:38 Pin 11:08 Satoshi Kojima Sub Shinya Hashimoto 13:51 Stop 4:00 Shinya Hashimoto Pin Genichiro Tenryu 13:13 Pin 21:37 Shinya Hashimoto Pin Kazuo Yamazaki 15:34 Pin 10:25 Shiro Koshinaka Sub Masahiro Chono 16:03 Sub 18:52 Masahiro Chono Sub Kazuo Yamazaki 9:43 Pin 10:59 Kensuke Sasaki Sub Kazuo Yamazaki 6:42 Sub 7:51 1999 [ ] The 1999 G1 Climax was a 12-man round-robin tournament, held from August 10 to August 15. The event was broadcast live on and in Japan, and worldwide. Final standings 6 6 4 4 0 1989 [ ] The 1989 World Cup Tournament was held from November 24 to December 7, 1989. Successfully defended the certificate against on October 9, 2017, at• 2019• Following its conclusion, of the called the 2017 G1 Climax "the best in history". With a team of extremely dedicated and quality lecturers, 2020 g1 practice test will not only be a place to share knowledge but also to help students get inspired to explore and discover many creative ideas from themselves. 75 Day 4: September 24th Tetsuya Naito vs Zack Sabre Jr• Final standings 41 37 36 31 22 18 16 10 5 0 Final 1 Pin 2 9:03 1980 [ ] The 1980 MSG League ran from April 25 to June 5, 1980. Of particular note is that this is the first release of the original Bumblebee figure that's officially identified as a licensed Volkswagen product on its packaging, no doubt taking advantage of the existing licensing deal with the German car manufacturer thanks to the figure and in particular the for the live action. Final standings Block A Block B 8 8 7 8 7 7 6 7 6 6 4 4 4 2 Block A — Inoue 7:32 Bernard 13:27 Makabe 10:56 Nakanishi 13:17 Bernard 14:12 Bernard 13:51 Inoue 7:32 — Kojima 12:39 Makabe 12:59 Inoue 8:38 Otani 9:56 Tanahashi 14:07 Bernard 13:27 Kojima 12:39 — Makabe 12:26 Kojima 15:15 Draw 30:00 Kojima 16:57 Makabe 10:56 Makabe 12:59 Makabe 12:26 — Nakanishi 9:31 Otani 12:11 Makabe 20:14 Nakanishi 13:17 Inoue 8:38 Kojima 15:15 Nakanishi 9:31 — Otani 12:21 Nakanishi 17:33 Bernard 14:12 Otani 9:56 Draw 30:00 Otani 12:11 Otani 12:21 — Tanahashi 12:44 Bernard 13:51 Tanahashi 14:07 Kojima 16:57 Makabe 20:14 Nakanishi 17:33 Tanahashi 12:44 — Block B — Kawada 13:24 Goto 12:12 Goto 14:22 Goto 12:43 Goto 9:11 Yoshie 14:28 Kawada 13:24 — Kawada 16:38 Nakamura 14:36 Tenzan 19:24 Kawada 8:38 Draw 30:00 Goto 12:12 Kawada 16:38 — Nakamura 15:52 Nagata 11:34 Nagata 13:10 Nagata 15:38 Goto 14:22 Nakamura 14:36 Nakamura 15:52 — Nakamura 12:16 Yano 12:53 Nakamura 15:20 Goto 12:43 Tenzan 19:24 Nagata 11:34 Nakamura 12:16 — Yano 11:50 Yoshie 15:09 Goto 9:11 Kawada 8:38 Nagata 13:10 Yano 12:53 Yano 11:50 — Yoshie 11:38 Yoshie 14:28 Draw 30:00 Nagata 15:38 Nakamura 15:20 Yoshie 15:09 Yoshie 11:38 — Final A1 Pin B1 22:25 2009 [ ] The 2009 G1 Climax, featuring fourteen men in two blocks, was held from August 7 to August 16 over eight shows. Rose, Bryan January 5, 2020. Successfully defended the certificate against on September 29, 2013, at• 2016—2019• The tournament featured nine wrestlers. No tournament was held in 1990. Final standings Block A Block B 10 14 10 11 8 10 8 7 6 6 5 4 5 4 4 0 Block A — Chono 11:08 Chono 1:45 Chono 12:14 Chono 17:02 Nishimura 20:55 Chono 17:50 Tenzan 18:33 Chono 11:08 — Fujinami 4:50 Kawada 12:03 Nagata 9:37 Nishimura 11:29 Fujinami 10:17 Tenzan 12:49 Chono 1:45 Fujinami 4:50 — Kashin 11:16 Nagata 13:08 Kashin 15:07 Draw 12:17 Tenzan 12:19 Chono 12:14 Kawada 12:03 Kashin 11:16 — Kawada 26:55 Kawada 17:00 Kawada 17:11 Kawada 19:08 Chono 17:02 Nagata 9:37 Nagata 13:08 Kawada 26:55 — Nagata 19:34 Suzuki 12:06 Nagata 16:55 Nishimura 20:55 Nishimura 11:29 Kashin 15:07 Kawada 17:00 Nagata 19:34 — Draw 30:00 Tenzan 18:46 Chono 17:50 Fujinami 10:17 Draw 12:17 Kawada 17:11 Suzuki 12:06 Draw 30:00 — Suzuki 13:50 Tenzan 18:33 Tenzan 12:49 Tenzan 12:19 Kawada 19:08 Nagata 16:55 Tenzan 18:46 Suzuki 13:50 — Block B — Fujita 3:19 Fujita Forf Fujita 6:25 Fujita 8:02 Fujita 9:14 Fujita 3:41 Fujita 8:45 Fujita 3:19 — Goto Forf Nakamura 6:11 Nakanishi 7:26 Tanahashi 9:09 Goto 4:16 Yoshie 8:22 Fujita Forf Goto Forf — Nakamura 2:30 Nakanishi Forf Tanahashi Forf Yano Forf Yoshie 12:23 Fujita 6:25 Nakamura 6:11 Nakamura 2:30 — Nakamura 14:38 Nakamura 13:35 Draw 5:15 Nakamura 10:49 Fujita 8:02 Nakanishi 7:26 Nakanishi Forf Nakamura 14:38 — Nakanishi 13:50 Nakanishi 5:17 Nakanishi 12:40 Fujita 9:14 Tanahashi 9:09 Tanahashi Forf Nakamura 13:35 Nakanishi 13:50 — Draw 30:00 Tanahashi 15:01 Fujita 3:41 Goto 4:16 Yano Forf Draw 5:15 Nakanishi 5:17 Draw 30:00 — Yoshie 12:39 Fujita 8:45 Yoshie 8:22 Yoshie 12:23 Nakamura 10:49 Nakanishi 12:40 Tanahashi 15:01 Yoshie 12:39 — Semifinals Final A1 Sub B2 11:35 A1 Masahiro Chono Pin B1 Kazuyuki Fujita 8:52 B1 Pin A2 6:23 2006 [ ] The 2006 G1 Climax was a 10-man round-robin tournament held from August 6 to August 13. 2010—2012• Rating: 3. ended in a time limit draw 15:00 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 6:42 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 3:59 4 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 18:41 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 15:40 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 27:08 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Win 4 6 2 Loss 4 4 Win 2 4 Win 2 4 Win 2 4 3 Loss 2 2 Loss 2 2 Win 0 2 Night 9 A Block [ ] The fifth night of A Block took place on October 5, 2020 at the in. Will face either or for the and on January 5, 2021 at 1974 [ ] The 1974 World League ran from April 5 to May 8, 1974. Rating: 3. 2014• was scheduled to participate in the tournament, but was forced to pull out after suffering an arm injury on July 25. Mutoh would repeat this feat again in , but would lose the final to. No matter how smart you are, it has a way to make you feel dumb: there are way too many things to remember all at once. Tatsumi Fujinami missed the tournament due to an injury he suffered on the IWGP Champion Series tour, but acted as a commentator for the final match. Like the previous year, all events in the tournament were made available on iPPV through and. Wins by young up-and-comers over Japanese legends would usually take their respective careers to new heights. The winner of the tournament, assuming they are not already the champion, has traditionally earned a shot at the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. Results Stipulations Times 1 defeated 7:35 2 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 7:53 3 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 10:43 4 defeated by referee stoppage for the G1 Climax tournament 17:03 5 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 18:46 6 defeated for the G1 Climax tournament 26:01 Tournament scores [ ] Rank Wrestler Result Points Pre Post 1 Loss 6 6 Loss 6 6 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 Win 4 6 2 Win 2 4 3 Loss 2 2 Loss 2 2 Win 0 2 4 Loss 0 0 Night 8 B Block [ ] The fourth night of B Block took place on October 1, 2020 at in. The New Japan Cup winner will likely reap big dividends at Sakura Genesis, which returns to the NJPW calendar on March 31 in Ryogoku Sumo Hall. The tournament featured 13 wrestlers, and was single-elimination. Final standings 53 49 34 32 30 26 25 18 17 10 6 2 1985 [ ] The 1985 International Wrestling Grand Prix ran from May 10 to June 15, 1985. As for trainer and Louisville native Brad Cox, this is his 5th career Breeders' Cup win and second of the day. 5 5 4 Manuel Soto 4 3 3 Tony Charles 2 Enrique Vera 1 Final 1 Sub 2 20:05 1978 [ ] The 1978 MSG League ran from April 21 to May 30, 1978. The top finishers from each block advanced to the final, with the winner becoming the first. On June 20, NJPW announced the participants in the tournament, which included one outsider: freelancer , competing in his third G1. As Okada locked his submission onto Ospreay, Priestley attempted to enter the ring, distracting the referee in the process, allowing to make his return to the company as Great O-Kharn later changed to Great O-Khan, in reference to of the , attacking Okada with an , helping earn the victory for Ospreay. Rating: 3. Originally, former three-time G1 Climax winner and the wrestler with the most G1 Climax appearances, , was left out of the tournament. 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