NJPW has canceled its upcoming Lion's Break Project show next month.
The show, which was going to feature a number of NJPW's future and current stars, was going to take place on April 2 in Tampa, but given the coronavirus outbreak affecting a number of shows, including WWE's WrestleMania, the event was called.
Lion’s Break Project 3, which had been scheduled to take place as part of WrestleCon in Tampa, Florida on April 2, has been cancelled.
In response to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak in the USA, the decision was made on Monday March 16 local time for WrestleCon to be cancelled, and with it, NJPW’s participation, including Lion’s Break.
We apologise to fans who were looking forward to seeing Lion’s Break Project 3, and appreciate your understanding, as organizers do their best to protect public safety.
Refunds will be issued to ticket holders in the coming days; the procedure will be detailed here on NJPW1972.com, as well as WrestleCon’s own official website.
Thank you for your continued support of New Japan Pro-Wrestling.