NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom show will once again be a two-day show.
During the G1 Climax finals, NJPW announced that Wrestle Kingdom 15 will take place on January 4 and 5, 2021, following a similar format to Wrestle Kingdom 14 from this past January. The shows will take place at the Tokyo Dome.
Wrestle Kingdom 14 was the first in the event's history to adopt a two-day format and was centered around a four-man tournament to crown the first-ever double IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion, won by Tetsuya Naito.
January 4 & 5 2020, Wrestle Kingdom 14 made history.— NJPW Global (@njpwglobal) October 18, 2020
January 4 & 5 2021, Wrestle Kingdom 15 sees a bold step into the future!
The world will be watching when we return to the Tokyo Dome!https://t.co/AHX3gFG5E6#njpw #njwk15 pic.twitter.com/mwNedkOc25
The card for the show has not been announced as the G1 Climax finals have yet to conclude at the time of the announcement. NJPW also has the World Tag League and Best Of The Super Jr. tournaments set to start in the coming weeks. NJPW's next major show past the G1 Climax is Power Struggle on November 7.
For full results of the G1 Climax finals, click here.