NJPW announces London show details

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

New Japan Pro Wrestling issued the following press release on Thursday regarding their upcoming event in London, England.

NJPW welcomes you to the Copper Box Arena in London’s historic East End as we host our first major event in Europe!

Three of our top Japanese wrestlers have confirmed they will be on the card and they will be bringing New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s fighting spirit to the heart of the UK’s capital. We’ll let you know who they are next week at the same time that we announce the ticket sale!

https://www.njpw1972.com/tornament/44497

Information about ticket sales will be announced next week, but make sure that you sign-up to the ticket sale mailing list to make sure you get first access to tickets for the event!

https://www.njpwuk.com/

More information will be released over the coming months including more wrestlers, meet & greet information and more!

Get ready for NJPW Royal Quest!

Powell’s POV: The show will be held on August 31 in London at the Copper Arena. The venue capacity is listed as 7,500. We’ll pass along the pre-sale information once it’s released next week.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Interesting that they are trying to break into Europe. Possibly giving up a little on the American market with AEW coming?

    • If memory serves, they announced this at WK along with a Dallas show. I think it’s more about expanding worldwide than worrying about what others are doing. They also went to Australia last year. I’m happy they are going to different places, but I hope they do a better job of focusing on the expansion in the U.S. They just seem to announce shows and hope for the best. I’d love to see what would happen if they spent some ad money in the markets they run in. And Dallas is great, but they really need to get into hotbed markets like Chicago and some of the east coast cities beyond the MSG event with ROH.

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