NJPW Dominion 2021

All sorts of craziness happening in New Japan these days as Will Ospreay has vacated the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship.  Though the real reason seems unknown (NJPW said it was due to a neck injury, but rumors on the interwebs indicate the gaijins are unhappy with the way the company has handled the COVID situation), we have a main event of Okada vs. Shingo to crown a new champion. 

Away we go.
 

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Mike Reviews: New Japan Pro Wrestling Dominion in Osaka – 09/06/2019

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This one worked out well for me due to it happening 8am UK time, so I decided to do a write up for it. The main event on this one is Kazuchika Okada defending the IWGP Heavyweight Title against Chris Jericho, but there’s also a match scheduled between Kota Ibushi and Tetsuya Naito, which is a big rematch from the MSG Show over WrestleMania weekend, and that’s even before we get to a match between Will Ospreay and Dragon Lee, which should be all kind of awesome.

So please join me as we take a journey to Osaka for New Japan Pro Wrestling’s presentation of Dominion!

The event is emanating from Osaka-Jo Hall, in Osaka, Japan

Calling the action are Kevin Kelley, Don Callis and Chris Charlton

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NJPW Dominion 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 11th, 16:00 from Osaka-Jo Hall

The biggest New Japan show since January 4th sees four rematches from Wrestle Kingdom take place and features every title on the line. Omega vs. Okada, Tanahashi vs. Naito and KUSHIDA vs. Hiromu Takahashi top the bill. Let’s get to it.

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NJPW Dominion 2016

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June 19th, 16:00 from Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka

Today’s show is a stacked card, with all but one of NJPW’s titles being defended. Naito vs. Okada for the IWGP title headlines, while Ospreay will once again try and claim KUSHIDA’s Junior title, Nagata and Shibata face-off for the NEVER belt, and Elgin and Omega fight for the Intercontinental title in New Japan’s first-ever ladder match. Let’s get to it.

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Njpw dominion 2015

Hey Scott- I noticed that NJPW hasnt been getting much run lately…people are calling okada vs aj 5 stars from today’s show…any thoughts?

I thought that last minute or so that led to the finish was one of the greatest pieces of wrestling I’ve ever seen, but I don’t think the match itself was even the best AJ-Okada match I’ve seen or anything. I’d go a solid ****1/2 on it. Haven’t watched the rest of the show because I ain’t got time for those four hour shows on NJ World. Might check out some of the G1 and I’m pulling for Nakamura hardcore this year.