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 →

AJPW Summer Action Series: Tour Recap

Taking place between the 15th to the 29th July, and ending with a big show in the EDION Arena Osaka, AJPW's Summer action series proved to be one of the promotions most eventful tours this year. Each of the promotions six titles would be defended over the course of the tour, with all but two of... Continue Reading →

AJPW Digital Fanzine Out Now!

Created by @PuroReviews in co-operation with @TheIndyCorner, @Hi5ame and ourselves here at @PuroresuRoad, the AJPW fanzine features reviews, news and historical articles on the world of AJPW. With the new AJPW on-demand service ajpw.tv, there's never been a better time to get into All Japan Pro Wrestling, and whether your a new fan or just looking to find out more... Continue Reading →

G1 Climax 2017 Recommended Matches

The G1 Climax 2018 is just around the corner, but if you can't wait that long for your G1 fix, take a look back over these classic matches from last year's incredible tournament. Night 1 Yuji Nagata vs. Yoshi-Hashi Nagata enters the G1 for the last time, and this match serves as a mission statement... Continue Reading →

A Look Back At Fortune Dream 1

In May 2013, in front of seventeen thousand fans at the Nippon Budokan, wrestling legend Kenta Kobashi would retire from pro wrestling, pinning Kanemaru in the final match of his career. A year later, Kobashi announced that he would be producing his own independent shows under the banner 'Fortune Dream'. Kobashi claimed his vision with... Continue Reading →

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