Does NJPW World have English commentary?

Does NJPW World have English commentary?

All major NJPW events air live on the service, which also features matches from the promotion’s archives, dating back to 1972. In 2015, King of Pro-Wrestling marked the first ever event on NJPW World to feature English commentary.

Who does English commentary for NJPW?

Other personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Alex Koslov Alex Sherman English-language commentator
Chad Rico Unknown NJPW Strong referee
Chris Charlton Chris Charlton English-language commentator Translator Narrator of FINISH STRONG
Daisuke Takahashi Daisuke Takahashi Commentator

Where can I watch Wrestle Kingdom 10?

The event aired in Japan as a pay-per-view (PPV) through SKY PerfecTV!, and worldwide through NJPW’s internet streaming site, NJPW World.

Is wrestle kingdom bigger than WrestleMania?

Wrestle Kingdom is traditionally NJPW’s biggest event of the year and has been described as their equivalent to WWE’s WrestleMania. As part of a new working relationship, the show featured wrestlers from the Orlando, Florida-based Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) promotion.

How much does stardom world cost?

The service has a current monthly subscription price of in Japan ¥920 and outside of Japan is US$8.55.

Where is Kevin Kelly now?

Kelly lives in Pacifica, California, a small coastal town just south of San Francisco.

Who is the booker of Njpw?

Keiji Takayama
Bulldog K.T. Keiji Takayama (高山 圭司, Takayama Keiji, born February 20, 1969) is a Japanese professional wrestler and manager, currently signed to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) under the ring name Gedo (外道, Gedō). Gedo has been the main booker of NJPW since the early 2010s.

Which Wrestle Kingdom is the best?

1. Kenny Omega vs Kazuchika Okada (c) – IWGP Heavyweight Championship (Wrestle Kingdom 11) Kazuchika Okada’s dominance as the King of Wrestle Kingdom ends with the best match in the events history.

Does Stardom World have English commentary?

English Commentary Available! – Stewart Fulton is back on play-by-play with Stardom analyst Sonny Gutierrez on color commentary. On Japanese commentary, Haruo Murata (play-by-play) is joined by Makoto Oe (color commentary).

Where do I start with Stardom?

As always, the best place to start is with how to watch Stardom. Stardom has its own subscription service named Stardom World where all new shows are uploaded. They also have older shows on Stardom World, although there are big gaps in the library.

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