1972 – New Japan Pro Wrestling runs its first ever show, with a main event featuring Karl Gotch defeating the promotion’s founder, Antonio Inoki, in Tokyo
‘Switchblade’ has emerged as one of New Japan’s breakout stars, and it appears 2019 is the year for the New Zealander to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship
Kenny Omega is arguably the most popular pro wrestler working outside of WWE today, but it’s not necessarily a make-or-break move for the company to sign him
With The Cleaner officially announcing his departure from New Japan Pro Wrestling, which company will he pledge his allegiance to in a budding wrestling war?
In an interview with Tokyo Sports, Omega reveals that he is leaving the company, following his IWGP title loss to Hiroshi Tanahashi at Wrestle Kingdom 13
New Japan introduces a secondary title, that quickly rises to prominence thanks to great champions and high match quality
Championships were up for grabs, bragging rights at stake and careers altered forever Friday as New Japan Pro-Wrestling presented its biggest show of the year, Wrestle Kingdom 13
The AMP Crew is back with an in-depth match by match preview of NJPW’s Wrestle Kingdom 13 event coming up on January 4th
New Japan Wrestling hosts the first professional wrestling card in The Soviet Union, featuring Americans Manny Fernandez, Brad Rheingans and Bam Bam Bigelow
It’s Wrestle Kingdom Season… and that means the 8 Trac Corps are invading HTM and bringing that PW HUSTLE flavor to the show
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan is reportedly backing a new professional wrestling promotion with the help of Chris Jericho and Cody Rhodes, and Jim Ross
Cody wins his second major title inside of a month, as he defeated Juice Robinson for the IWGP US Championship tonight at NJPW Fighting Spirit Unleashed
Kenny Omega takes great pride in doing things his own way. What does that mean for his impending free agency?
The final G1 Climax match between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kota Ibushi capped a nearly perfect month of pro wrestling for the company
Long known as the “Ace” of the company, Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Kota Ibushi at Tokyo’s historic Nippon Budokan to win the grueling G1 Climax