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NJPW Strong Nemesis’ Final Card

NJPW Strong Nemesis’ final card has been announced and it looks..well…strong. NJPW Strong Nemesis is due to take place on Dec. 9th at the Vermont Hollywood venue in Los Angeles, California, and as it’s set to be the last tapings of 2021, NJPW Strong has decided to either go hard or go home.

The lineup sees some of the best independent talents in the business today face-off, making NJPW Strong Nemesis a truly mouth-watering prospect for any wrestling fan.

  • Jay White vs. Christopher Daniels
  • David Finlay vs. Jonah
  • Alex Zayne vs. Ariya Daivari
  • Brody King vs. Dave Dutra
  • Karl Fredericks and Kevin Knight vs. Bateman and Misterioso
  • TJP vs. The DKC
  • Juice Robinson vs. Bad Dude Tito
  • Alex Coughlin vs. JR Kratos
  • Clark Connors and Jordan Clearwater vs. Hikuleo and Chris Bey
  • Lucas Riley vs. Royce Issacs
  • Eddie Kingston vs. Gabriel Kidd

Looking at that bill there are so many names that just jump out at you and so many quality matches on offer that NJPW Strong is spoiling us rotten. It’ll be great to see Christopher Daniels back in a ring, and the Eddie Kingston vs. Gabriel Kidd bout promises to be a banger, but the one I’ve really got my eye on is TJP vs. The DKC because TJP has stepped up his game to another level entirely this last year.

Tickets are still available for the show, and if I was living in LA you can bet your bottom dollar that your friendly neighborhood wrestling writer would be there, front row center. Sadly, I’m many miles across the pond, but I urge any wrestling fan who has the chance to go and see what might just turn out to be the wrestling card of the year, to do just that.

It’s just a shame that NJPW Strong Nemesis comes a few days too late to make our SPOBS Yearly Awards list, as it’s got barnstormer written all over it.

Written by Neil Gray

SPOBS very own Mouth Of The South (West).

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