On this edition of iNDYS, iNTERNATIONAL, & THE uNDERGROUND, Executive Editor Michael Melchor recaps the big matches and the big stories – in and out of the ring – from the independent shows and promotions from WrestleMania 34 weekend!
Following Sunday’s huge card, Kenny Omega talks about facing The Young Bucks, Kota Ibushi’s injury, and NJPW Strong Style Evolved
During a video game live-stream event at Twitch headquarters, The Cleaner once again answers questions about a potential move to World Wrestling Entertainment
Their epic clash will headline the ROH show on the same night as NXT TakeOver: New Orleans during WrestleMania weekend
Unwrapping all that happened in the two huge events to kick off the new year for New Japan Pro Wrestling
The Cleaner has become the most intriguing figure in pro wrestling, and has positioned himself to where he doesn’t really need to sign with WWE
With Japan calling, will American wrestlers and promotions continue to take advantage of cross promotional opportunities like Wrestle Kingdom 12?
Last Word’s Jamie Greer with a full takedown and breakdown of all the events from the Day After Wrestle Kingdom… one that started off 2018 with a bang
This special morning edition of GNN has results from New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom 12, Daniel Bryan’s future with WWE and much more!
Tony Cline gives an in-depth look at tomorrow’s NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12 US Title match and why Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega is the feud of the century.
The Cleaner talks with SI about Chris Jericho, the potential impact of their Wrestle Kingdom match and why he loves New Japan Pro Wrestling
Corny fires more shots at The Cleaner, and Y2J responds by jokingly asking if ‘angry Cornette’ wants to be in his corner at Wrestle Kingdom
In an interview, Y2J says, “I don’t give a sh– who’s on last. If Naito is pissed off at me, then go out and prove it. It makes me want to work harder.”
Chris Jericho made a surprise appearance to lay out Kenny Omega and build towards their Wrestle Kingdom match at the Tokyo Dome on January 4th
AXS TV will be airing a 3 hour tape delay version of the Japanese mega-show, two days after the show airs live