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NJPW Power Struggle 2020: Preview, How To Watch, WT Coverage

By Danny Wolstanholme, published on 5th November 2020
Photo credit: NJPW

New Japan Pro Wrestling present Power Struggle 2020 this Saturday live on New Japan World.

The event will emanate from Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium in Osaka, and will feature English commentary live on the broadcast.

This will be the tenth edition of the Power Struggle event, which was main evented last year by Jay White and Hirooki Goto.

Osaka has hosted every Power Struggle event to date, and this year’s card is stacked as we resume the journey to the second two-night Wrestle Kingdom in January.

After winning the G1 Climax, Kota Ibushi will put his Challenge Rights Certificate for the IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental Championships for Wrestle Kingdom on the line against Jay White.

Tetsuya Naito will put the IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental Championships on the line against EVIL, who is looking to take the titles back, after losing them at Summer Struggle in Jingu to Naito.

The Card

Toru Yano vs Zack Sabre Jr. – Provisional KOPW 2020 No Corner Pads Match

Minoru Suzuki vs Shingo Takagi – NEVER Openweight Championship Match

Kazuchika Okada vs Great-O-Khan  

KENTA vs Hiroshi Tanahashi – IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Right to Challenge Contract Match

Kota Ibushi vs Jay White – Double IWGP Right to Challenge Contract Match

Tetsuya Naito vs EVIL – IWGP Intercontinental & Heavyweight Double Title Match

How To Watch

Power Struggle 2020 will be broadcast live and around-the-world on New Japan World, with English commentary live on the broadcast.

The event will start at 12:00am PST / 3:00AM EST / 08:00AM GMT

Wrestling Travel Coverage

Wrestling Travel will be covering Power Struggle 2020 exclusively on wrestlingtravel.org with live results as the event happens, and the action will also be covered across our social channels.

You can follow all the action on our Twitter, Facebook & our Instagram story, leading up to the events and during. 
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By Danny Wolstanholme, published on 5th November 2020
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