Full card set for TAMASHII Sydney!

Eight matches lined up for November 13 



November 13 will see the second event for NJPW TAMASHII in Sydney’s Festival Hall, with eight matches highlighting the best from New Zealand Dojo, Japan and Australia!

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The main event in Sydney will see IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Taiji Ishimori face Mick Moretti. A former Soul of PWA and PWA Heavyweight Champion, Moretti is an established name in the Sydney area, but faces the highest profile match of his career tonight against Ishimori. Could the Bone Soldier see an upset?

The New Zealand Dojo’s Michael Richards and Andrew Villalobos will take on Ricky South and Caveman Ugg. Richard sand Villalobos will kick off TAMASHII in Christchurch with significant singles tests against Jeff Cobb and KENTA respectively, and two days later will face two of the top stars of the PWA promotion. PWA Heavyweight Champion South will be teaming with the man he took the gold from in dynamic heavyweight Ugg, making for a pair of major targets for the Young Lions to gun for. 

Aaron Solo takes on Lyrebird Luchi in Sydney. A graduate of the NZ Dojo under its Fale Dojo branding, Solo went on to be recruited by QT Marshall in the Factory over in AEW, and the group has been sinking its claws into NJPW STRONG ever since. As the LA Dojo members and STRONG roster have continue a long standing feud with the Factory in the US, Solo now represents the group as they make an advance into Australia, starting with the impressive prospect of Lyrebird Luchi. Can Luchi stand his home ground on November 13?

Six man action sees Bad Luck Fale and KENTA joined by apparently the newest member of the BULLET CLUB fold in Jack Bonza. At a recent PWA event in Sydney, Bonza was engaged in a wild battle with Shingo Takagi when Fale made a sudden appearance to attack Takagi and draw a disqualification. As Bonza and Fale shared a cigar and a too sweet, Bonza was welcomed aboared, and will now be confronted by local favourites Mat Rogers and explosive tag team the Velocities.

Singles action sees Jeff Cobb face Carter Deams. Deams is a champion in his native Newcastle, but will be facing potentially one half of the IWGP Tag Team Champions in Cobb come November 13. Can Deams make a mark on the Imperial Unit?

NJPW returning to Australia and launcing TAMASHII in Sydney would not be complete without Robbie Eagles’ involvement, and he combines with Lightspeed Xpress tag partner Mat Diamond to face a pair of NZ Dojo prospects in Jake Taylor and Rochard Mulu. Taylor and Mulu will have a deifnite size and power advantage, but the veteran duo of Eagles and Diamond will look to show the New Zealand Lions the benefit of their experience on November 13.

The opening bout in Sydney will see the NZ Dojo’s Jordan Allan-Wright face ‘Unsocial’ Jordan in singles competition. A clash of the Jordans sees one of the original Fale Dojo members in Allan-Wright face a former two time PWA Tag Team Champion, but who is the better man one on one?