NJPW Strong Independence Day PPV events set for Japan

NJPW Strong is headed to Japan for the first time for a pair of pay-per-view events at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. 

NJPW revealed Sunday that NJPW Strong Independence Day events will be held on Tuesday, July 4, and Wednesday, July 5 at Korakuen Hall. Both shows will air as pay-per-views on NJPW World. 

AEW's Eddie Kingston, Fred Rosser, Hiroshi Tanahashi, plus Team Filthy's Tom Lawlor, JR Kratos, and West Coast Wrecking Crew (Jorel Nelson & Royce Isaacs) are the talent announced for the events so far. 

Kingston appeared in a video promo on Sunday's Resurgence pay-per-view in issuing a challenge to the NJPW Strong Openweight Champion for a future event. KENTA defeated Hikuleo by countout to regain the Strong title at Resurgence. 

It was also revealed on Sunday's Resurgence event that new Strong Tag Team Champions will be crowned in a Bishamon vs. House of Torture match at Dominion on June 4, as Aussie Open have been forced to vacate the titles due to an injury to Mark Davis. 

The inaugural Strong Women's Champion was also set to be crowned in Resurgence's main event, a tournament final match between Mercedes Mone and Willow Nightingale. 

Our full Resurgence report can be found here. 

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