NJPW have revealed the official lineups for the World & Super Junior Tag Leagues, which will take place between November and December.
New Japan Pro-Wrestling definitely have some very interesting weeks ahead. During these past few weeks, the promotion has been preparing to host this year’s World Tag League and the Super Junior Tag League, as well as for the upcoming NJPW x STARDOM Historic X-Over.
About the upcoming Tag Leagues, NJPW have recently revealed the full lineup for this year’s edition of the Tournaments. Through a statement made on their official website, the promotion announced the following teams will be featured during the competition:
NJPW WORLD TAG LEAGUE 2022 – Complete Lineup:
- Be-Bop Tag Team (Hiroshi Tanahashi & Toru Yano)
- Bishamon (Hirooki Goto & YOSHI-HASHI)
- Alex Coughlin & Gabriel Kidd
- LOS INGOBERNABLES DE JAPON (Tetsuya Naito & SANADA).
- United Empire (Great-O-Khan & Aaron Henare)
- Aussie Open (Mark Davis & Kyle Fletcher)
- TMDK (Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste)
- Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer)
- BULLET CLUB (Bad Luck Fale & Chase Owens)
- HOUSE OF TORTURE (EVIL & Yujiro Takahashi)
NJPW SUPER JUNIOR TAG LEAGUE 2022 – Complete Lineup:
- Wild Hips (Ryusuke Taguchi & Clark Connors)
- KUSHIDA & Kevin Knight
- Flying Tiger (Tiger Mask & Robbie Eagles)
- CHAOS (YOH & Lio Rush)
- Alex Zayne & El Lindaman
- LOS INGOBERNABLES DE JAPON (BUSHI & TITAN)
- Catch 2/2 (TJP & Francesco Akira) – Current Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions
- Suzuki-Gun (Yoshinobu Kanemaru & DOUKI)
- BULLET CLUB (Ace Austin & Chris Bey)
- HOUSE OF TORTURE (SHO & Dick Togo)
The World & Super Junior Tag Leagues will begin this upcoming November 21st. The winners will be decided on December 14th and will earn a shot at the IWGP Tag Team Titles and the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles at Wrestle Kingdom 17.
Where Can You Watch The NJPW World & Super Junior Tag Leagues?
Fans will be able to watch every match of the 2022 NJPW World Tag League and Super Junior Tag League -as well as any other NJPW event- on the company’s official streaming platform, NJPW World.
Additionally, make sure to follow the company’s official Japanese & English Twitter accounts for more detailed information about their upcoming shows.
You can also stay tuned to Wrestling Republic, since we’ll be covering the complete results of both Tag Leagues and updating you with everything you need to know about Japanese wrestling.
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