Previously on NJPW: Tiger Mask’s winning streak ended with a [four flippy] splash, Sho earned Kushida’s respect as a singles competitor, and Bone Soldier faced a rival from his civilian days.
You can watch New Japan Pro Wrestling shows on their streaming service, NJPW World, which costs 999 yen (about 9 USD.) The show schedule is on their homepage! They also feature a different free match on the site every week and you can do a free trial month, so it’s a pretty easy service to test drive. You can also watch certain NJPW shows with commentary by Jim Ross and Josh Barnett on AXS.
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And now, the Best and Worst of Best Of The Super Juniors 25 from May 29 – June 2. That’s right, it’s the last four VOD nights all covered in one convenient review right before the finals! Yeah, that’s the way to look at it, not as one less Best/Worst than you may have been led to expect!