WWE Explores the working relationship with NJPW

WWE Explores the working relationship with NJPW

Now that 2024 is in full swing with Triple H, WWE seems to be open to working with other promotions. Vince McMahon’s company has previously collaborated with other promotions to suit their needs.

As part of his retirement tour, WWE sent Shinsuke Nakamura to work with The Great Muta in a match. The Triple Crown crown was not the target of WWE’s attempt on January 3, as Charlie Dempsey, the son of William Regal, did not win the New Year Giant Series 2024.

Earlier this week, it was reported that WWE is also considering working with STARDOM. Note: STARDOM and NJPW are owned by Bushi Road, the parent company.

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Dave Meltzer wrote in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Triple H and WWE President Nick Khan may have an additional Japanese partner. Hiroshi Tanahashi’s presidency has led to internal talks about making a comeback with New Japan, according to Meltzer. For the past two years, AEW and NJPW have been closely associated due to their joint sponsorship of The Forbidden Door pay-per-view event. AEW and NJPW permit talent to work for each company.

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