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NJPW World Just Made The Entire Catalog Of January 4 Tokyo Dome Shows Temporarily Free To Watch

 



As many fans may know, January 4 has always been Wrestling Day in Japan thanks to NJPW's annual Tokyo Dome megashow, which was permanently named Wrestle Kingdom as of 2007. In anticipation of the upcoming Wrestle Kingdom 11 megashow in a few weeks' time, NJPW has made every single January 4 show available to everyone via NJPW World until Wrestle Kingdom 11 on January 4. That includes even non-members, so EVERYONE can get to check out why these Tokyo Dome shows have been revered. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

For WWE fans, this is also a good way to expose fans to the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, and Finn Balor before they made the jump.

The entire list of Tokyo Dome/Wrestle Kingdom events and matches can be found on this page, and all you have to do is click on each event title to be taken to a page with full video listings of each match and segment. IT IS (ALMOST) ALL FRIGGIN' HERE. (Disclaimer: it's all Japanese commentary, however; the English broadcasts of Wrestle Kingdom 9 and 10 weren't uploaded.)

You can catch classics such as:





And a whole lot more. (What isn't available for some reason, however, is Brock Lesnar vs. Shinsuke Nakamura on the January 4, 2006 show, and Kurt Angle vs. Yuji Nagata in Wrestle Kingdom II. Perhaps other big-name American talent.)

Remember, this is only available up until January 4, 2017, when Kenny Omega gets his shot against Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and Tetsuya Naito defends his IWGP Intercontinental Championship against Hiroshi Tanahashi. Take advantage of it now, and learn yaself in the classics of the other top wrestling promotion in the world.

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