Forbidden Door may have been a historic crossover between the two companies, but they’re not linked enough to have an AEW star win New Japan’s top prize.
The IWGP United States title match lived up to expectations, then The Wrestler showed up and showed off his offense. Is he coming back for a match with the champ?
The AEW Women’s champion retained in a hard-hitting match with Toni Storm.
It wasn’t quite a return to his glory days for The Icon, but he continues to amaze — and deliver really fun performances.
The first-ever champ is PAC, who came out on top of a wild four-way with Clark Connors at Forbidden Door.
Chris Jericho recruited Minori Suzuki to neutralize Eddie Kingston, and that move paid off in the opener of the first AEW x NJPW PPV.
Claire Elizabeth tags in for Stella Cheeks and talks Vince McMahon, Miro, and answers a question with her mind
Lots from the AEW head honcho ahead of Sunday’s big PPV with New Japan.
The latest rumors, including Triple H returning with more power in WWE, Rhea Ripley’s recovery timetable from her brain injury, CMLL and NJPW politics at Forbidden Door, another AEW injury, Steamboat vs. Flair, and more!
Several injuries have interfered with the original plans for Forbidden Door, and you can add one more to the list.
This is getting out of hand now.
Johnny Gargano explains why he’s in Chicago this weekend, the same day as Forbidden Door.
The latest rumors, including another shoe drops in the Board’s misconduct investigation, WWE’s interim CEO & The Game still going strong, whether the American Dragon will be cleared for Forbidden Door, and more!
We still don’t know who will challenge for Switchblade Jay White’s belt, though.
You didn’t think Jericho would sit out the AEW X NJPW PPV, did you?
It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Or one of the things that often means... the AEW head honcho on the press trail!
NJPW will hold a mini-tournament of their own to see who goes to Forbidden Door to challenge for Tony Khan’s newest belt. See who’s competing for a trip to Chicago.
A match a lot of people want to see at AEW and New Japan’s crossover show, and possibly a good sign regarding the American Dragon’s health.
But big questions remain for the June 26 cross-promotional show after New Japan crowned four new champions on Sunday in Osaka.