NJPW Announces Big Events, 49th Anniversary Show Results

Earlier today, NJPW held its 49th Anniversary Show with Kota Ibushi defeating El Desperado to retain his IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Championships. As noted, NJPW is going to unify the two titles into one IWGP World Heavyweight Championship going forward. The opening round of the New Japan Cup also began with Great-O-Khan and Jeff Cobb each moving forward. Below… Read More NJPW Announces Big Events, 49th Anniversary Show Results

NJPW Officially Unifies IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental Championships

New Japan Pro Wrestling has officially unified the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Championships to create the new IWGP World Heavyweight Championship, reports PWInsider.  New Japan chairman Naoki Sugabayashi had confirmed the news to Tokyo Sports.  PWInsider also reports that Kota Ibushi’s first defense of the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship will be against the winner of the New Japan… Read More NJPW Officially Unifies IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental Championships

Top NJPW Star Hiromu Takahashi Out For Six Months

NJPW announced earlier today IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion Hiromu Takahashi is out for six months due to a torn left pectoral. “After medical assessment, Hiromu Takahashi’s left pectoral injury will leave him out of action for an estimated six months. More information will follow.” Takahashi last wrestled on February 19 at a Road to Castle Attack event… Read More Top NJPW Star Hiromu Takahashi Out For Six Months

Details On AEW – NJPW Working Relationship

The wrestling world was stunned when KENTA attacked Jon Moxley on AEW Dynamite following the end of the main event. The two are set to face off for Moxley’s IWGP United States Championship at NJPW Strong and follows Moxley’s attack on KENTA at the last NJPW Strong show. On the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer confirmed that AEW and NJPW are… Read More Details On AEW – NJPW Working Relationship

Tama Tonga Calls Out Kenny Omega And The Good Brothers For “Bullet Club” Reunion

Many wrestling fans were stoked to see a Bullet Club reunion with Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks and The Good Brothers throwing up the “Too Sweet” symbol on AEW Dynamite. The trio of Omega and The Good Brothers then took part in a six-man tag match at Impact Wrestling’s Hard to Kill as part of… Read More Tama Tonga Calls Out Kenny Omega And The Good Brothers For “Bullet Club” Reunion