I have been following Japanese Pro Wrestling for 20 years now and I have also been doing some form of covering it either in news or results for nearly 15 years as well.
I got my start in promotions like AJPW, NJPW, FMW and Michinoku Pro. With All Japan being my go to promotion till this very day.
Throughout the years I have followed All Japan more closely than any of the others out there, and thus I have taken it upon myself to keep people informed with what is happening all throughout sport in Japan. If it does not appear on the news feed I either do not follow it closely enough to relate the information or it just not my go to promotion in general.
Follow Puroresu Spirit, which is my personal site, as I do my best to keep you all informed with what is happening in the land of the rising sun.
~ AJPW : The next Triple Crown title match set for 7/29 in Osaka, press conference for the upcoming World Tag & World Junior defenses, and updated event cards for July & August.
~ BJW : Updated event cards for 6/27 through 7/8.
~ DDT : Makoto Oishi vs. Kota Umeda announced for the 6/26 show.
~ DNA : A couple matches announced for the 7/16 show in Osaka.
~ K-DOJO : Updated event card for the 6/17 show at Blue Field.
~ WRESTLE-1 : CIMA appeared with OWE and declated war against W-1 + 1st round matches set for the W-1 GRAND PRIX 2018 on 7/1.
~ MISC : Naoya Ogawa announced his retirement from pro-wrestling + Main event announced for the Machida Pro-Wrestling Festival on 10/29. Continue reading →
~ AJPW : Preview for tomorrow’s Korakuen Hall show, with the main event seeing Miyahara defending the Triple Crown against Dylan James.
~ BASARA : Isami Kodaka to team with Naomichi Marufuji to take on Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita for his 16th anniversary match on 7/12 at Shinjuku FACE.
~ DDT : Updated event cards for the 6/16 & 6/17 shows
~ NOAH : Event cards updated for the 6/16 through 6/24 shows, as Sugiura defends the GHC Heavy belt against Kenoh at the next Korakuen Hall show.
~ ZERO1 : Updated event cards for the 6/17 & 6/24 show, then all 14 wrestlers set for July’s “Mid-Summer Fire Festival 2018”. Continue reading →