Wrestle Kingdom XV Night Two

Wrestle Kingdom XV Night Two
Date: January 5, 2021
Location: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Attendance: 7,801
Commentators: Rocky Romero, Chris Charlton, Kevin Kelly

It’s the second half of the biggest New Japan show of the year and as usual, the card is stacked. The main event will see new IWGP Heavyweight/Intercontinental Champion Kota Ibushi defend against Jay White, along with pretty much everything else that wasn’t featured on Night One. They have a lot to live up to so let’s get to it.

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NJPW: World Tag League – Night 8 (12.4.20)

DECEMBER 4, 2020

OITA – BEPPU B-CON PLAZA

 

– After a short break, we are down to the final two nights of action before we crown this year’s champions.  Not many people would have predicted that Tomohiro Ishii & Toru Yano have sole possession of 1st place at the moment with 10 points.  Then it gets interesting.  Six (!) different teams are tied at 8 points for 2nd place.  We are here a day late, and a dollar short, from Oita to determine the card for Sunday’s matches in Fukuoka.  Let’s head to the ring.

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NJPW: World Tag League – Night 5 (11.24.20)

NOVEMBER 24, 2020

FUKUSHIMA・BIG PALETTE FUKUSHIMA

 – We are back a day late for Night 5 of the World Tag League.  It’s a 4 way tie at the top of the leader board with Shingo Takagi & SANADA, Guerillas of Destiny, EVIL & Yujiro Takahashi, and Great O-Khan & Jeff Cobb all having 6 points.  Let’s get going!

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NJPW: World Tag League – Night 3 (11.19.20)

NOVEMBER 19, 2020

TOKYO – KORAKUEN HALL

– Night 3 is upon us with a lot to live up to after the incredible main event from night 2.  The Tag Team Champions, Taichi and Zack Sabre Jr are tied atop the standings with 4, along with EVIL and Yujiro Takahashi.

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New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Climax 2019 – Night Thirteen – 03 08 2019

Hello You!

We’re back with some more A Block Action, a Block which has been described as, and I quote, “Lovely Stuff”. Not my words everyone, but the words of Shakin’ Stevens!

Here we are with Night Thirteen, and I wonder who will have an unlucky Round 7 in the A Block? Kazuchika Okada currently sits atop the Block with a perfect record and looks as untouchable as Newcastle United did during the Christmas of 1995. However, that eventually all ended going a bit wrong for The Magpies, so Okada being top right now doesn’t guarantee he still will be when all is said and done.

I’m excited to see what happens next, so why don’t we watch some wrestling and find out eh?

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