NJPW held its Strong Style Evolved TV tapings in St. Petersburg, Florida. These matches will air on future episodes of Strong. Here are the spoilers, courtesy of F4online.com:
The DKC defeated Kevin Knight
Hikuleo defeated Andy Brown
Buddy Matthews defeated Yuya Uemura
JR Kratos and Black Tiger defeated Wheeler Yuta and Rocky Romero. After the match, Kratos badmouthed Alex Coughlin. This brought Coughlin out and the two brawled.
Big Damo defeated John Skyler
Finjuice (David Finlay and Juice Robinson) defeated JONAH and Shane Haste of TDMK by disqualification after Haste used a steel chair. Finjuice were able to recover and ran TDMK off. Finjuice then issued a challenge to TDMK for a six man tag match (Finlay, Brogan Finlay, and Robinson vs. JONAH, Haste, and Bad Dude Tito) at Windy City Riot on April 16.
Filthy Tom Lawlor defeated Clark Connors to retain the Strong Openweight Championship. After the match, Lawlor announced that he’s going to take a vacation since he gets to choose who he faces for the championship. Fred Rosser came out and said he was the next challenger. Lawlor told him no.
Mascara Dorada defeated TJP
Josh Alexander defeated Karl Fredericks. AEW’s QT Marshall, Aaron Solo, and Nick Comoroto came out in an attempt to recruit Fredericks. After Fredericks turned them down, the group attacked Fredericks until Connors and Uemura ran down to make the save. Fredericks challenged Marshall to a match in Chicago.
Swerve Strickland defeated Blake Christian
Jay Lethal defeated Ren Narita
Fred Rosser and Eddie Kingston defeated Fred Yehi and Daniel Garcia. Kingston kept trying to attack Garcia, continuing their AEW storyline.
Jay White defeated Chris Sabin. White won with the bladerunner. After the match, White talked about the Bullet Club situation, with the Guerrillas of Destiny and Jado recently being kicked out of the group. White invited Hikuelo to stay in the group. Hikuleo said he was still in the Bullet Club, but didn’t want to be associated with White. The show ended with the two parting ways.