By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 04 Jan, 2023
The card is absolutely packed in honor of NJPW founder and legendary wrestler Antonio Inoki, who died in 2022.
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In addition to superstars from NJPW, AEW, Stardom, Pro Wrestling Noah, and even WWE, Wrestle Kingdom 17 has a lot on offer.
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A clinic of a night with Kenny Omega vs. Will Ospreay for Ospreay's IWGP US title and Karl Anderson defending his NEVER Openweight Title against Tama Tonga.
If you want to watch the first mega wrestling show of 2023 but need help knowing where to go, here's what you need to know.
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There's an English and Japanese version of Wrestle Kingdom 17 on NJPW World, NJPW's streaming service.
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You will have to pay $7.33 for the subscription within the United States and £6-£8 within the United Kingdom.
Take care that you have your popcorn ready before the show starts at 3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT/7 p.m. AEDT/5 p.m. JST.
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Several major talking points have been raised regarding WWE Superstar Sasha Banks' possible appearance at Wrestle Kingdom 17.
As talks about her future continue, she could be there to show up in NJPW territory soon. Since her infamous walkout in early 2022, she hasn't been seen in WWE.
The WWE star has been tight-lipped about the situation, but if her recent tweets are to be believed, she has yet to leave the company officially.
As part of the tweets, she acknowledged the company, Vince McMahon, Triple H, William Regal, and all the WWE fans in general.
Credits: Wall Street Journal
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