Day 15 of the G1 Climax 30 will feature Block A action as we are coming down to the wire in this tournament. In the headline match, Kazuchika Okada takes on CHAOS teammate Tomohiro Ishii while Minoru Suzuki looks to inflict pain on Jay White once again. Let’s jump into the action from Day 15 of the G1 Climax 30
Kazuchika Okada (10) vs. Tomohiro Ishii (6)
With things as close as they are in Block A this is a must win match for Okada. Okada has not been himself all tournament but he was at his best to beat Shingo Takagi and if he can beat Takagi he can beat Ishii who is a very similar performer. Ishii also holds just one win over Okada which will give Okada confidence going into the final days of block play.
Minoru Suzuki (6) vs. Jay White (10)
White is also a competitor who needs to keep winning as we enter the final days of the A Block. In the only previous encounter between these two men Suzuki put a very satisfying beating on White and won. This time around White is a very different performer though and with his great performance in the block to date he has the momentum advantage.
Shingo Takagi (6) vs. Taichi (6)
Both men are out of the tournament already but if Taichi is on, which he has been all tournament, then this could be match of the night
Kota Ibushi (10) vs. Yujiro Takahashi (0)
Ibushi will go into this one confident of getting a win over the currently winless Takahashi. We think Ibushi looks a bit too strong going into the final day of block action so we could see Takahashi pulling off the upset here and stacking the odds against Ibushi on the final day.
Will Ospreay (10) vs. Jeff Cobb (6)
Despite going in with 10 points Ospreay has an outside chance of winning the block as he not only has a tiebreaker deficit to Ibushi, he also faces Okada on the final day. This match could go any way to build tension ahead of the last day.
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