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New Japan Pro Wrestling Owner Hopes to “Get Along” with WWE

New Japan Pro Wrestling owner Takaaki Kidani recently spoke with Tokyo Sports, and interview highlights were translated by Purolove.com’s @STRIGGA.

On working with talents like Chris Jericho, who came from WWE, Kidani said that with business increasing in 2018, he hopes to build the annual Tokyo Dome event and fill more seats in the coming years. As noted, this year’s Wrestle Kingdom event was attended by about 35,000 fans.

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As for the possibility of using other wrestlers who have backgrounds in WWE, Kidani said with rising revenues NJPW has more money to pay talents who have had relationships with WWE, and he will continue to do so until “[WWE] says ‘let’s get along.’”

In Toyko Sports Takaaki Kidani said that in two years time he wants to fill the seats in the outfield of the Tokyo Dome and mobilize even more fans. Therefore he says New Japan needs young japanese stars, specifically a heavyweight star in his 20s.

— STRIGGA (@STRIGGA) January 5, 2018

Kidani furthermore said that he remembers how the New Japan fan club had 1,890 members in 2012 and now membership figures are at 12,000. Kidani: “The base is rising. Various synergies are occurring. New Japan’s sales are also rising.”

— STRIGGA (@STRIGGA) January 5, 2018

With rising numbers Kidani said NJPW will be able to pay more money to wrestlers and he wants to get more wrestlers with a relationship WWE involved in New Japan. He says he’s going to do that until “the other side” says: “Let’s get along.”

— STRIGGA (@STRIGGA) January 5, 2018

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— STRIGGA (@STRIGGA) January 5, 2018

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