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The HTCWrestling Podcast: All Out Recap, Bayley’s Heel Turn, ROH Contracts Up and More!

It is Justin C and “The Chairman” Steven Vincent this week as they recap the week that was in pro wrestling. This week’s Top 5: All Out Recap Upcoming New Japan Cards Does the predictability take away the excitement? Bayley’s Heel Turn: Where is this story going? Rowan Goes Rogue: Is Daniel Bryan really not involved? Matt Taven and Marty

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New Japan Pro Wrestling Announces Matches For Destruction Tour, Kings of Pro Wrestling

New Japan released its full set of matches for their September Destruction Tour today. Here is the full list of matches for their big shows on the tour. The schedule and full match listings for all shows can be found on NJPW’s Website. Destruction in Beppu (September 15)  RevPro British Heavyweight Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi defending against Zack Sabre Jr. Guerrillas

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NJPW G1 Climax 29 Finals Highlights w/ The Chairman

After weeks of grueling battles, it all comes down to this. Kota Ibushi, winner of A block meets Jay White, winner of B block in a winner take all match to win the G1 Climax. This of course guarantees a IWGP Heavyweight Championship match at Wrestle Kingdom. That of course would be Kazuchika Okada if he remains the champion between

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NJPW G1 Climax 29 B Block Night 9 Highlights w/ The Chairman

It comes down to this folks. There are four men still alive with ten points. Jon Moxley, Hirooki Goto, Tetsuya Naito, and Jay White. Naito and White meet in the main event which could play a huge factor where this all shakes out. Whoever wins the B block will meet A block winner Kota Ibushi in the G1 Finals. Now

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NJPW G1 Climax B Block Night 8 Highlights w/ The Chairman

Unlike the A Block, there are nine people still alive in B Block!!! Definitely the more fun of the two blocks this year considering how close this is. Every match matters on these final two nights. Jon Moxley of course if the block leader at ten points and the block of course is his to lose. The question is can

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