NJPW “Battle in the Valley” Results & Highlights | Okada vs Matthews

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New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) held their “Battle in the Valley” event tonight (11/13/21). The show streamed live on FITE TV and NJPW World from The San Jose Civic in California. We have quick results courtesy of Wrestling Headlines (much more detailed at the link) and some highlights from Twitter.

After the Moose/Robinson match, Jonah (fka Bronson Reed in WWE) made his NJPW debut. He stared down Moose until Moose walked off, then attacked Juice and David Finlay who was trying to make the save.

NJPW “Battle in the Valley” Results & Highlights

  • Josh Alexander def. Yuya Uemura via Submission  
  • Bateman & Misterioso def. Brody King & Chris Dickinson
  • 10-Man Tag Team Match: Fred Rosser, David Finlay, Rocky Romero, Alex Coughlin and Alex Zayne def. Team Filthy (“Filthy” Tom Lawlor, JR Kratos, Danny Limelight and The West Coast Wrecking Crew)
  • Karl Fredericks & Clark Connors def. Jeff Cobb & TJ Perkins  
  • Will Ospreay def. Ren Narita 
  • Moose def. Juice Robinson
  • Kazuchika Okada def. Buddy Matthews 
  • NEVER Openweight Championship Match: Tomohiro Ishii def. Jay White to become new Champion

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