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Final Power Hall in Tokyo Dome was the title of New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW)'s annual start of the year show that takes place on January 4 in the Tokyo Dome each year. Final Power Hall in Tokyo Dome was the seventh January 4 Dome Show held by NJPW. The show drew 62,500 spectators and $6,000,000 in ticket sales.One of the focal points of the show was the retirement of wrestling legend Riki Chōshū, who would wrestle five times that night against select opponents in what was billed as the Riki Road Final Message 5, the completion of month long "retirement tour" for Choshu. The show also featured successful defenses of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship and the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, which made Final Power Hall in Tokyo Dome the first January 4 Dome show to not have a single championship change hands. Besides the five Riki Road Final Message 5 matches the show featured eight additional matches.
- Kendo Kashin defeated Koji Kanemoto (12:01)
- Shinjiro Otani (c) defeated Último Dragón to retain the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship (17:06)
- Yuji Nagata defeated Hiroyoshi Tenzan (11:33)
- Tatsumi Fujinami and Osamu Nishimura defeated Satoshi Kojima and Manabu Nakanishi (12:39)
- Riki Chōshū defeated Kazuyuki Fujita in a Singles match: Riki Road Final Message 5 (3:57)
- Riki Chōshū defeated Yutaka Yoshie in a Singles match: Riki Road Final Message 5 (1:42)
- Riki Chōshū defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa in a Singles match: Riki Road Final Message 5 (1:21)
- Takashi Iizuka defeated Riki Chōshū in a Singles match: Riki Road Final Message 5 (2:02)
- Riki Chōshū defeated Jushin Liger in a Singles match: Riki Road Final Message 5 (5:09)
- Don Frye defeated Naoya Ogawa via referee stoppage (8:47)
- Shinya Hashimoto defeated Dennis Lane via referee stoppage (1:34)
- Masahiro Chono defeated Shiro Koshinaka (15:05)
- Kensuke Sasaki (c) defeated Keiji Mutoh to retain the IWGP Heavyweight Championship (25:18)
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