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NJPW announces Collision events for Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia

The shows are taking place on back-to-back nights in April.

This April, NJPW is making its return to Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.

NJPW has announced that it will hold Capital Collision 2023 at the Entertainment & Sports Arena in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, April 15. NJPW will then head to the 2300 Arena for Collision in Philadelphia the next night (Sunday, April 16).

Last year's Capital Collision was a pay-per-view event that was headlined by Juice Robinson winning the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship. 

Collision in Philadelphia was a taping for NJPW Strong last year. The 2023 edition of the event will be a PPV:

Two major events will see NJPW action rock Washington DC and Philadelphia PA this April. 

On April 15, Capital Collision will return to the Washington DC Sports and Entertainment center. At Capital Collision 2022, Juice Robinson shocked the world by winning the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship in a four way battle. What happens in 2023?

The very next night, April 16 will see NJPW return to the 2300 Arena for Collision in Philadelphia. 2022 saw STRONG tapings hit the legendary former ECW Arena, while 2023 will see the event powered up into a PPV spectacular. What happens when New Japan is back in the iconic home of hardcore?

Tickets for both events go on sale on January 13!

There haven't been any matches announced for the shows yet.