The biggest event of the year’s new Japanese Pro Wrestling – Wrestle Kingdom 14 – will take place on Saturday, January 4 and Sunday, January 5 at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan.
For the first time in the history of the annual event, Wrestle Kingdom 14 will take place in two nights, in what should be an incredible two days of strong Japanese wrestling. Another first is that a man will be leaving both the IWGP heavyweight champion and the IWGP Intercontinental champion.
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The main event of Night 1 will see Kota Ibushi cash in on the G1 Climax briefcase as he warns Kazuchika Okada of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, while JW White’s head will defend the IWGP Intercontinental Championship against Tetsuya. The winners of both races will end in Night 2 with the two titles in the line and the winner will leave as a double champion.
Both nights of Wrestle Kingdom 14 will include the legend of Jyushin Thunder Liger in what will be the final fights of his long career.
The full card for both nights has been announced and here’s everything you need to know about NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14.
When does NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 start?
- Date: Saturday 4 January and Sunday 5 January 2020
- Time: 2 pm ET (preshow) | 3 pm ET (master card)
- Location: Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan
- TV Channel: NJPW World (PPV)
- Live stream: NJPWWorld.com
NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 will be live on Saturday January 4th and Sunday January 5th. The preshow is scheduled to start at 2pm ET on both days and the main card will start at 3am.
How to Watch NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14, PPV Cost
NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 will be available for purchase on FITE TV or through NJPW World.
NJPW World is available at NJPWWorld.com or by downloading the app on Amazon Fire TV. You can also watch the show on the FITE TV app, which is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Roku, Google Play and Chromecast, iOS and Android devices, some smart TVs – including Samsung, LG, Sony, and Panasonic – and on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4, downloading the app through its stores.
It costs 999 yen (about $ 9.05) a month to attend NJPW World. The cost to watch Wrestle Kingdom 14 on FITE is $ 24.99 per night.
NJPW Wrestle Kingdom race card
– Kazuchika Okada vs. Kota Ibushi for IWGP Heavyweight Championship
– Jay White vs. Tetsuya Naito for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship
– Will Ospreay vs. Hiromu Takahashi for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship
– Lance Archer vs. Jon Moxley in a Texas Death Match for the IWGP United States Championship
– Guerrillas of Destiny vs. FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) for the IWGP Tag Team Championship
– Chaos (Hirooki Goto, Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano & Yoshi-Hashi) vs. Bullet Club (Straight, Bad Luck, Yujiro Takahashi & Chase Owens)
– Los Ingobernables de Japan (Sanada, Evil, Shingo Takagi & Bushi) vs. Suzuki-gun (Zack Saber Jr., Minoru Suzuki, Taichi & El Desperado)
– Jyushin Thunder Liger, Tatsumi Fujinami, The Great Sasuke & Tiger Mask vs. Naoki Sano, Shinjiro Otani, Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Ryusuke Taguchi
– Tencozy (Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima) vs. Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi (pre-appearance fight)
– Waya Tsuji (Toa Henare), Alex Coughlin, Clark Connors and Karl Fredericks (pre-show fight)
– Kazuchika Okada Winner – Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White Winner vs. Tetsuya Naito for both the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and the IWGP Intercontinental Championship
– The Lost Kasuchika Okada – Kota Ibizi vs. The Jays White – Tetsuya Naito
– Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Chris Jericho
– Straight vs. Hirooki Goto for the NEVER Openweight Championship
– Lance Archer winner – Jon Moxley vs. Juice Robinson for IWGP United States Championship
– Zack Saber Jr. vs. Sanada for British Heavyweight Championship
– Taiji Ishimori & El Phantasmo vs. Roppongi 3K for IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
– Jyushin Thunder Liger & Naoki Sano vs. Hiromu Takahashi & Ryu Lee
– The Most Violent Players (Togi Makabe and Toru Yano) and Ryusuke Taguchi (c) vs. Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii, Yoshi-Hashi and Robbie Eagles) vs. Bullet Club (Bad Fale, Chase Owens and Yujiro Takahashi) vs, Los Ingobernables de Japan (Evil, Shingo Takagi and Bushi) vs. Suzuki-gun (Taichi, El Desperado and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) in a Gauntlet race for the NEVER Openweight 6-Man tag team