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Impact and NJPW team up for WrestleMania week pay-per-view in LA

Impact Wrestling and New Japan Pro-Wrestling are teaming up for a WrestleMania week pay-per-view titled Multiverse United: Only The STRONG Survive.

The show will be taking place on Thursday, March 30 at the Globe Theatre in Los Angeles and will feature the top stars from Impact and NJPW colliding. FITE.TV will be airing the pay-per-view.

“We are very excited for this unique collaborative event that brings together two of the best wrestling companies in the world,” said Impact Wrestling executive vice-president Scott D’Amore. “Since NJPW returned to AXS TV just over a year ago, we have been looking at ways to expand our working relationship between the two brands. Multiverse United on March 30th at the Globe Theatre in Los Angeles is the first of many exciting collaborations between IMPACT and NJPW.”

NJPW’s Takami Ohbari added, “New Japan Pro-Wrestling and IMPACT have been a winning combination on AXS TV, and now fans get to see these two companies share the same ring in person. I personally cannot wait to see what arises from this special card, and I can guarantee fans will experience a historic event the likes of which they’ve never seen before.”

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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