AJPW Launch Streaming Service

AJPW Launch Streaming Service

Today, Monday, March 19, is the launch day of the new All Japan Pro Wrestling streaming service, ‘AJPW TV‘.

AJPW initially made the announcement on their official Twitter page three days ago:

Former WWE wrestler and current AJPW star Yoshi Tatsu kindly translated the announcement into English earlier today:

AJPW is allowing a free subscription to this service up until the end of March, whereafter it will be 900 Yen, which converts to $8.50, making it $1.49 per month cheaper than the esteemed WWE Network. When compared to New Japan Pro Wrestling‘s version of a subscription service, NJPW World, AJPW TV comes in at $0.94 per month cheaper. Please note, all these figures are taken off Google’s conversion service and are correct at time of writing, though they may fluctuate in the future.

Full details of AJPW‘s upcoming schedule for March and April is available here via puroresuspirit.net.

As detailed in the above schedule, the first twelve days being free will likely serve as an advertisement for AJPW‘s annual ‘Champion Carnival‘ tournament, which will be available on AJPW TV and will run 15 shows, starting April 7, and culminating in the final on April 30.

You can see details of the draw for the Champion Carnival here.

Yoshi Tatsu also stated on Twitter that further details on the service are imminent, and can be expected later today:

Will you be subscribing to AJPW TV? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter here, and as always, have a spiffing Rusev Day.

6 years ago by Liam Winnard


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