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Brody King challenges Minoru Suzuki for NJPW Capital Collision

King confronted Suzuki backstage at tonight's Windy City Riot event in Chicago.

Brody King and Minoru Suzuki look to battle at Capital Collision next month following a challenge backstage at Windy City Riot.

Minoru Suzuki was being interviewed backstage when Brody King walked up to Suzuki's face and challenged him to a match at Capital Collision, which takes place on May 14 in Washington, D.C.. The two got into a shoving match before King walked away.

This was the third challenge laid out at tonight's Windy City Riot show in Chicago for NJPW’s next pay-per-view. Eddie Kingston came out and challenged Tomohiro Ishii, who defeated Suzuki on tonight’s show. Ishii immediately accepted the match. And after defeating Will Ospreay in the main event, Jon Moxley challenged Hiroshi Tanahashi.

Other names slated for Capital Collision include Kazuchika Okada, Jay White, Will Ospreay, Jeff Cobb, Tom Lawlor, and Fred Rosser.

On tonight’s show, King teamed with David Finlay and Juice Robinson to defeat JONAH, Bad Dude Tito, and Shane Haste of TMDK in a Chicago street fight.