King Of Pro Wrestling 2021 Provisional Trophy Bout Set For NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 15 Night Two

The four-way to determine who begins 2021 King of Pro Wrestling is set. 

NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 15 Night One kicked off with the 21-man Rambo with the final four moving on to night two to determine the 2021 King of Pro Wrestling. Chase Owens, Bad Luck Fale, BUSHI, and Toru Yano were the four men who survived the Rambo and will compete on January 5 for the trophy. 

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Owens entered the Rambo number one and went all the way while Yano entered last and didn't even have to enter the ring to be declared one of the victors. 

The KOPW Trophy is defended throughout the year with fans voting on the stipulation for the match. The man who holds the trophy at the end of the year is the official King of Pro Wrestling and the trophy is then vacated. Yano ended 2020 as the KOPW. 

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