New Japan Pro Wrestling and STARDOM announced last month that they will be coming together for a big crossover event on November 20 from Ariake Arena in Tokyo, Japan.
The show will take place following the announcement that the two companies would be creating the IWGP Women’s Championship, which will be defended across STARDOM and NJPW of America shows.
New Japan Pro Wrestling posted an official update on the show today, noting that the big crossover event will be called… Historic X-Over, naturally.
On November 20, a new chapter will be written in the history of both NJPW and STARDOM, as the brand new Ariake Arena in Tokyo will play host to the first ever crossover event between both companies. With mixed tag matches, championship action and more besides, the top flight in both male and female wrestling will meet in Ariake, and the event title reflects just that.
November 20, it will be a Historic X(Cross)-Over!
Fan club members of both NJPW and STARDOM will be given early access to ticket sales on August 18, with general on sale September 23. Premium tickets will also be available along the front three rows with special one of a kind bonuses to be announced at a later date.
Stay tuned for information on how to watch this monumental event live and on demand!
This obviously won’t be the only crossover event that NJPW will be a part of this year, as night three of this year’s Wrestle Kingdom 16 show saw them hold a crossover with Pro Wrestling NOAH, as well as the AEW x NJPW event last month.
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