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NJPW Sells all its Tickets for Strong Style Evolved in 20 minutes

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NJPW Sells all its Tickets for Strong Style Evolved in 20 minutes

NJPW completes its capacity for the show that will take place next March in the United States


New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW ) will return to the United States on March 25 with the special ” Strong Style Evolved ” show from the Walter Pyramid in Long Beach, California. This announcement was made at the end of last year and so far no announcement has been announced on the undercard.

Today, Monday, January 29, the Japanese company put tickets on sale for the show. Nothing to activate the purchase the New Japan website has fallen due to excessive traffic. Finally and in less than 20 minutes, all available tickets have been exhausted. Different media are reporting that the total number of tickets sold will range between 4700 to 5000-5300 that will be pointing the Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s specialist journalist, Dave Meltzer. It should be remembered that the site is capable of hosting 5,000 spectators in basketball games.

This is a success for the company, which still holds several more tickets for fans coming from outside the United States. Even so, the show promises to be an audience success, repeating the achievement that was achieved with the first shows of New Japan in the United States during the past year. These took place during the G1 Special in the USA shows on July 1 and 2 in Long Beach, getting more than 2000 spectators every day.

There is no confirmed combat yet, but the presence of Kazuchika Okada, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Tetsuya Naito and Kenny Omega has been announced. For this show, it would be rumored a meeting between Chris Jericho and Tetsuya Naito, as they would point out information from different media. It should be remembered that Jericho attacked Naito after New Year Dash, so it seems that they will have their duel in the Walter Pyramid.

 

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