Warrior Wrestling has announced a partnership with NJPW STRONG to present ‘The Dojo Showcase’, across three shows.
On three Warrior Wrestling shows, in April, May and June respectively, a NJPW STRONG match will take place, featuring graduates from the LA Dojo.
This showcase event will commence with Karl Fredericks vs Clark Connors at Warrior Wrestling 21 on April 23.
Other notable names announced for this event include Athena (fka Ember Moon), and AEW’s Swerve Strickland, Top Flight and Brian Cage.
Warrior Wrestling issued the following press release:
Warrior Wrestling Partners with New Japan Strong To Present “The Dojo Showcase” in April, May, June
South Bend, IN (April 5, 2022) – Warrior Wrestling announced today a new partnership with New Japan Strong to present “The Dojo Showcase” across 3 Warrior Wrestling shows this spring and early summer. On each of three Warrior Wrestling events in April, May, and June, Warrior and New Japan Strong will present a match highlighting competitors who have graduated from New Japan’s LA Dojo under the tutelage of the legendary Katsuyori Shibata.
The showcase begins on Saturday, April 23d at Warrior Wrestling 21 in South Bend, Indiana when Karl Fredericks takes on Clark Connors. Wrestling fans will be in for a treat when Strong Style officially takes over South Bend!
Warrior Wrestling 21 will also feature New Japan star Will Ospreay defending the Warrior Wrestling Championship against Blake Christian as well as a special appearance by Thunder Rosa.
Also set for the card are AEW’s Top Flight, Swerve Strickland, and Brian Cage as well as MLW star KC Navarro and AAA stars Sam Adonis and Aramis. Athena (Ember Moon) will also be in action!
Tickets are available at www.WarriorWrestling.net and start at $25. This is a family friendly event. Kids 16 and under are FREE to the GA section and to the VIP Fan Fest with a paying adult.
The VIP Fan Fest runs from 5:00 to 6:30. A $100 VIP Fan Fest ticket includes autographs and pictures with every single wrestler on the card. The Fan Fest ticket is separate from the show ticket. Card is subject to change.
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