NJPW Destruction Tour Preview

New Japan's Destruction tour will be taking place over the month of September and will feature three major shows in Kobe, Beppu and Hiroshima. It will also feature several smaller 'Road to' shows including a special event under the 'Blue Justice' banner, commemorating Yuji Nagata turning 50. With New Japan also promoting, and saving big... Continue Reading →

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AJPW Summer Explosion Tour Preview

This year's AJPW Summer Explosion Tour runs from 3rd to the 26th August, ending with a big show in Chiba's Kikkoman Arena, with a Korakuen Hall show taking place on the 18th. Not only will all of AJPW's titles will be defended during the tour, but the Junior Tag Battle Of Glory tournament will be... Continue Reading →

AJPW Junior Tag Battle Of Glory Preview

The Annual Junior Tag Battle Of Glory (previously known simply as Junior tag league) will be taking place over the course of All Japan's Summer Explosion tour this August, starting on the 3rd and concluding on the 25th. This year's tournament will feature seven teams made up of not only All Japan Junior heavyweights, but... Continue Reading →

G1 Climax 28 Preview

Ah, the height of summer! The kids and young adults are out of school, finding clothing in dark colors is nearly impossible, and spontaneous human combustion becomes a legitimate concern for many of us. For wrestling fans worldwide, the heat outside is matched by the heat of enthusiasm for the ultimate in pro wrestling tournaments,... Continue Reading →

Wrestling Dontaku Preview

Wrestling Dontaku Night One Yota Tsuji and Shota Umino vs. Chase Owens and Yujiro Takahashi Ren Narita, Tomoyuki Oka, and Yuji Nagata vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Tiger Mask, and Jyushin Thunder Liger Roppongi 3K (Sho, Yoh, Rocky Romero) vs. Takashi Iizuka, and Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer) Toa Henare, Michael Elgin,... Continue Reading →

AJPW Champion Carnival 2018 Preview

Not only is this year's Champions Carnival stacked, but it looks set to be the big introduction to All Japans new streaming service ajpw.tv. For those unaware the champions carnival is one of the longest running tournament in wrestling history, predating New Japans G1 (including its predecessors such as the world league). Originally a single... Continue Reading →

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