Warrior Wrestling will return to the Bendix Arena in South Bend Indiana on April 23rd. When Warrior Wrestling makes its return to the arena, the promotion will present its first of three matches that are partnered with New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). The Dojo Showcase will take place over the next three Warrior Wrestling shows in April, May, and June.
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Warrior Wrestling Partners with NJPW Over Next Three Shows
The first showcase match will feature Karl Fredericks as he takes on Clark Connors. The other two matches are yet to be announced. Warrior Wrestling is scheduled for shows in St.Louis on May 28th and will be in Grand Rapids on June 18th. Stay tuned to Last Word on Pro Wrestling for updates on those shows as they become available.
Conners has been locked in a feud with Tom Lawlor on NJPW STRONG while Fredericks has been working his way up the ladder in NJPW. The two will lock up on April 23rd in South Bend!
The main event for Warrior Wrestling 21 will see Will Ospreay defending the Warrior Wrestling Championship against Blake Christian. Other confirmed wrestlers for Warrior Wrestling 21 include Top Flight, Swerve Strickland, Brian Cage, KC Navarro, Sam Adonis, Aramis, Skye Blue, Taya Valkyrie, and Athena. Warrior Wrestling Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa will also be present to relinquish the Women’s Championship.
Fans will be able to meet the stars of the show before the in-ring action begins as part of the fan fest. The stars of Warrior Wrestling will be taking pictures and signing autographs before the show starts for fans in attendance. Ticket information for Warrior Wrestling 21 is below.
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