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Katsuhiko Nakajima Wants To Bring Strong Style to AJPW

6 months ago Source: @PKDX

Source: @PKDX

Katsuhiko Nakajima Wants To Bring Strong Style to AJPW

Before his big title match against Kento Miyahara, the Triple Crown Champion Katsuhiko Nakajima will honor the memory of Antonio Inoki.

By: R. Faliani

The controversial stay of Katsuhiko Nakajima in All Japan Pro Wrestling has reached another level: The Triple Crown Champion is looking to enter the ring with Antonio Inoki’s original theme song. This decision is exciting considering he’s the champion of AJPW, a historical rival promotion to New Japan Pro Wrestling, and he’s going to face the current Ace of AJPW in Kento Miyahara. Nakajima is truly pulling all the stops before his match, and in his desire to change the business from the roundup, he’s steering All Japan in a new direction. Miyahara, on the other hand, is going to fight the “outsider” and the one he couldn’t defeat early this year.

 

The thing with this match is that not only does it close AJPW’s 2023 with a bang, but it sets the pace for their 2024. With new blood on the horizon, top-tier wrestlers that can easily carry the company in a few years, and a desire to bring back All Japan to new heights this title match between Nakajima and Miyahara means much more than just a Triple Crown bout.

The future of All Japan as we know it is on the line with this match. If Nakajima wins, few wrestlers could actually stand up against him and his new regime. Could Yuma Aoyagi beat Nakajima if there’s a rematch on the horizon? Could we see a rematch with Aoyagi and Miyahara if he wins this match? There are many potential scenarios for December 31st, but one thing is certain: All Japan is back.