New Japan Pro-Wrestling Dojo Flooded By Typhoon Hagabis, King Of Pro Wrestling To Go On As Scheduled

Typhoon Hagabis is currently tearing through Japan. As rescue efforts begin and many continue bracing for floods and fleeing for safety, it appears the New Japan Pro Wrestling Dojo has already suffered flooding.

Shared on Twitter by Tsuji & Jushin Thunder Liger, the crew carried some items to the second floor although the water has not stopped:

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Hopefully, the damage to the dojo is not too severe and everybody was able to maintain their safety. Chris Charlton shared the news of the storms passing shortly after translating the above tweets.

We at Fightful extend our well wishes to everybody currently dealing with Typhoon Hagabis.

UPDATE: New Japan Pro-Wrestling has provided the following statement confirming King Of Pro Wrestling will take place as scheduled on Monday:

The show will feature Jon Moxley vs. Juice Robinson in a No Disqualification bout for the IWGP US Title.

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