Top Matches Set For NJPW/AJPW/NOAH All Together Again

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The three biggest wrestling companies in Japan – AJPW, NJPW, and NOAH – will be working together once again for the first time in over a decade.

Back in April, NJPW announced the tri-company supershow, which will take place on June 9th. Unlike its predecessor the original All Together, which was a charity event put together to raise funds for the Japanese Red Cross following a tragic earthquake and tsunami, this 2023 show will be a much more positive and optimistic event.

But there will be one tradition that will carry over from the original All Together: a main-event six-man tag match involving the biggest stars from all three promotions.

Per the Wrestling Observer, the main-event for the show has already been announced. It will feature the team of AJPW’s Kento Miyahara, NJPW’s Hiroshi Tanahashi, and NOAH’s Kaito Kiyomiya taking on the team of AJPW’s Yuma Aoyagi, NJPW’s Kazuchika Okada, and NOAH’s Kenoh.

This announcement is particularly interesting for Okada. Not only has he been teaming with Tanahashi as of late and has apparently put his feud with “the ace” to bed once and for all, but he has also been involved in an especially tense feud with Kiyomiya as well.

Another big match announced for the show will see NJPW wrestlers take on AJPW wrestlers. In this case, it’ll be the Los Ignobernables de Japón team of Tetsuya Naito, Shingo Takagi, and BUSHI take on the team of Yuma Anzai, SUWAMA, and Yuji Nagata.

Nagata, who has spent most of his career wrestling for New Japan, has taken on more freelancing jobs of late and is the current reigning and defending Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion.