AEW Dynamite and Rampage coming to NJPW World in Japan

The AEW programming is being added at no additional cost to NJPW World subscribers.

The relationship between AEW and NJPW has taken another step forward.

It was announced on Friday that weekly episodes of AEW Dynamite and Rampage will be coming to NJPW World in Japan soon. The AEW content is being added at no additional cost to NJPW World subscribers.

AEW's Tony Khan responded to NJPW World's announcement: "We did it."

NJPW commentator Chris Charlton noted that it's a regional deal for Japan only.

A working relationship between AEW and NJPW has existed since February 2021, when KENTA showed up on Dynamite as part of a feud with Jon Moxley for the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship.

When NJPW talent has appeared in AEW during the working relationship between the two companies, their matches have been uploaded to NJPW World.

The "Forbidden Door" between AEW and NJPW opened again when Jay White appeared on Dynamite this February and defeated Trent Beretta on an episode of Rampage.

NJPW's Minoru Suzuki wrestled at ROH Supercard of Honor last week, defeating Rhett Titus to win the ROH TV title. Supercard of Honor was the first ROH show since Khan bought the promotion.