NJPW Announces Return To The United States, 'New Beginning' On January 30th And February 1st

New Japan has an early return to the United States.

New Japan Pro Wrestling has pushed out a ton of news within the past few hours concerning their future shows, match cards and their return to the United States. The company has been focusing on bringing their product to the masses in the U.S. and that is exampled by the Los Angeles dojo where talents can go and hone their skills and learn from the head trainer, former 3-time NEVER Openweight Champion Katsuyori Shibata.

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The last time that New Japan came to the U.S. in full force was this past September at 'Fighting Sprit Unleashed'. There were two back-to-back shows held in Anaheim, California in November entitled 'Lion's Break Project 1' which featured the likes of the IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega, David Finlay, Jeff Cobb and a few names who are working the independent scene and training at the New Japan dojo. 

Today at the NJPW post-World Tag League press conference, it was announced that the company will be making their return to the United States as a part of their 'New Beginning' tour. On January 30th, New Japan Pro Wrestling is coming to the 'Globe Theatre' in Los Angeles, California and on February 1st the fans of Charlotte, North Carolina will get to see some of their favorite stars in action at the 'Grady Cole Center'. Tickets for both of those aforementioned U.S. shows go on sale on December 22nd. 


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