“Switchblade” Jay White became the 29th IWGP Heavyweight Champion on Monday, defeating Hiroshi Tanahashi for the title in Osaka.
NJPW New Beginning In Osaka presented Jay White challenging Hiroshi Tanahashi for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the main event.
NJPW’s Road to the New Beginning shows completed this weekend. The promotion features two big events in Sapporo this weekend and another big event in Osaka on February 11th.
Finn Balor talked to Edge and Christian about being recruited into the Inoki Dojo in California and training in the NJPW dojo in Tokyo.
Jay White will challenge Hiroshi Tanahashi for the title at the New Beginning in Osaka on February 11th. He was also Chris Jericho’s guest on “Talk is Jericho” this week.
New Japan Pro Wrestling presented Wrestle Kingdom 13 and New Year’s Dash this month. They also announced the cards for the New Beginning Shows in Sapporo and Osaka.
New Japan Pro Wrestling has released the lineups for the New Beginning shows on Feb 2nd, 3rd, and 11th. The shows will take place in Sapporo for two nights on Feb. 2nd and 3rd and Osaka on the 11th.
Tama Tonga has released a video on his YouTube channel in response to what he has been hearing since announcing Jay White as the new leader of Bullet Club.
“Switchblade” Jay White is now officially the leader of Bullet Club. Although the New Zealander denied this was his role back in October when he first joined the faction, Tama Tonga recently declared White as the group’s leader.
Jay White has teased there is still a member of CHAOS working for him as a mole from the inside. Inside we look at a list of possible suspects.