New Japan Pro Wrestling issued the following press release announcing the addition of four new events to their summer schedule, all of which will include fans in attendance under COVID-19 restrictions. Check out the details, including dates and venues, below.
After Together Project Special and New Japan Cup sees NJPW action return, fans will finally be able to see New Japan live in Osaka Jo Hall for the New Japan Cup finals July 11 and Dominion July 12.
After Dominion, the action keeps coming, as NJPW steadily brings fans back to the venues!
On Monday July 20, New Japan Road hits Korakuen Hall, before we head to Nagoya on July 25. Sengoku Lord in Nagoya will return after hitting the New Japan schedule for the first time in 2019!
Next, action returns to Tokyo for Summer Struggle! Korakuen Hall will see this classic NJPW series return for some hot matches to say the least.
All events will take place with strict measures to counteract the spread of COVID-19. Thoroughly check our event policy.
Further events will be announced upon careful monitoring of the developing global situation.
Forthcoming event lineup:
New Japan Cup
Tuesday June 16 *no spectators
Wednesday June 17 *no spectators
Monday June 22 *no spectators
Tuesday June 23 *no spectators
Wednesday June 24 *no spectators
Wednesday July 1 *no spectators
Thursday July 2 *no spectators
Friday July 3 *no spectators
Saturday July 11 Osaka Jo Hall
Dominion in Osaka Jo Hall
Sunday July 12 Osaka Jo Hall
New Japan Road
Monday July 20 Korakuen Hall
Sengoku Lord in Nagoya
Saturday July 25 Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
Summer Struggle 2020
Monday July 27 Korakuen Hall
Friday July 31 Korakuen Hall
- Full Details on New WWE President & CFO Nick Khan’s Contract – Pay, Company Benefits, More
- Sammy Guevara Reportedly Used Wrong Chair on Matt Hardy In AEW Dynamite Spot, Matt Lashes Out on Twitter
- WWE Producer Pat Buck Posts Message for Those Who Don’t Know About His Career
- AEW Star No Longer on Twitter After Criticism from Fans
- The Rock Responds to Daniel Bryan’s Tweet About a Possible Match
- Arn Anderson Says He Knew Horsewomen Would Be Stars, Questions WWE’s “Idiot” Choice To Have Charlotte Lose Her Raw Debut
- Hornswoggle On The Longest He’s Ever Spent Hiding Under A Ring
- XFL Creditors File Motion Objecting to Purchase By The Rock and His Partners
- Chris Jericho Reveals That The Dark Order’s John Silver and Alex Reynolds Have Officially Signed AEW Contracts
- Update On Matt Hardy Getting Busted Open On AEW Dynamite
- Adam Cole Storms Out of Pat McAfee Interview After Incident
- WWE RAW Superstar Ties the Knot This Week
- IMPACT Notes: Update On Aces & Eights, Rumor Killer On Rusev, ECW Legend At Tapings and more
- Jon Moxley Talks WWE Handing Wrestlers Scripted Promos, Calls Vince McMahon A Madman
- Rusev Already Banned from Streaming on Twitch