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NJPW issues apology for Windy City Riot streaming problems

The FITE TV stream was plagued by video and audio difficulties.
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NJPW has issued an apology for the technical difficulties that plagued the FITE TV stream of Saturday's Windy City Riot event. 

In a statement released on their website, the promotion apologized "for the persistent technical issues and poor video and audio quality of the Windy City Riot live stream on FITE."

NJPW said that a rectified archived replay of the event "...will be made fully viewable in its entirety as soon as possible," and announced that show will also be made available for NJPW World subscribers beginning on Wednesday, May 4. 

The statement also directed customers to FITE TV's customer support page.

Here is the statement in full:

New Japan Pro-Wrestling deeply apologises for the persistent technical issues and poor video and audio quality of the Windy City Riot live stream on FITE.

A rectified archive of the event will be made fully viewable in its entirety as soon as possible. The archive will also be viewable on NJPW World from May 4.

For customer support, check FITE’s website here:

https://support.fite.tv/hc/en-us/sections/115000789034-How-to-order

Windy City Riot was headlined by Jon Moxley vs. Will Ospreay in their first-ever singles meeting. Our report on the event can be found here.