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NJPW US G1 Specials

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It’s almost that time. This weekend, NJPW hits the West Coast for the NJPW US G1 Specials. These shows will take place in Long Beach, California, on Saturday and Sunday, most of NJPW’s top stars will be there, and with a little bit of finagling, everyone (whether you have AXS or not) should be able to watch both shows live as they happen.

First off, let’s preview the cards.

NJPW US G1 Special Match Card (Saturday, 7/1/17)

Roppongi Vice, Will Ospreay, & The Briscoes vs The Young Bucks, Marty Scurll, Yujiro Takahashi, & Bad Luck Fale.

Titan, Dragon Lee, Volador Jr., & Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs Hiromu Takahashi, BUSHI, EVIL, & SANADA.

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Quarter Final
Jay Lethal vs Hangman Page.

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Quarter Final
Juice Robinson vs Zack Sabre Jr.

David Finlay, Jay White, KUSHIDA, & Hiroshi Tanahashi vs So Tanaka, Yohei Komatsu, YOSHITATSU, & Billy Gunn.

IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa vs War Machine.

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Quarter Final
Tomohiro Ishii vs Tetsuya Naito.

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Quarter Final
Michael Elgin vs Kenny Omega.

IWGP Heavyweight Championship 
Kazuchika Okada vs Cody.

NJPW US G1 Special Match Card (Sunday 7/2/17)

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship Semi Final Matches (the winners from Saturday’s bouts will compete to see who advances to the finals in the first two matches of Sunday’s show).

IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
The Young Bucks vs Roppongi Vice.

IWGP US Heavyweight Championship (the winners of the semi final bouts will face off to crown the inaugural IWGP US Heavyweight Champion).

IWGP Intercontinental Championship
Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Billy Gunn.

How To Watch The Shows

There are several ways to watch Saturday’s show, which kicks off at 8:00 pm EDT/5:00 pm PDT.

  1. Watch live on AXS with limited commercial interruption (AXS will also have a full day of NJPW programming beginning at 8:00 am EDT on Saturday).
  2. Canadian viewers can catch the show live on Fight Network.
  3. Non-US viewers can watch live on NJPW World.
  4. US viewers who don’t have AXS can watch the show live via Sling TV. They have a 7-day free trial, and AXS is available on both their orange and blue packages. Sling is available on on your computer, tablet or smartphone, and it works with Roku, Apple TV, ChromeCast, Amazon FireTV, & XBox One (this is how I am watching Saturday’s show).

As for Sunday’s show, it will be streaming live on NJPW World beginning at 8:00 pm EDT/5:00 pm PDT.

You can join me on Twitter (@AbbeyA) as I live both night’s of the NJPW US G1 Special (with a bunch of other really fun folks) beginning at 8:00 pm EDT on Saturday, and as always, I’ll have a full recap and review of the event as soon as it’s in the books.

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