Several Challenges Made For NJPW Capital Collision 2022
NJPW have started building the Capital Collision show in May
Several challenges have been issued for NJPW’s upcoming Capital Collision show on May 14, with several main event worthy clashes floated at the recent Windy City Riot show in Chicago.
Once again, former IWGP US Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley called out Hiroshi Tanahashi, with Mox threatening to drag ‘The Ace’ to Washington by his ‘stupid ponytail’ if he doesn’t sign the contract and give Mox the match he has been angling for for some time now.
Moxley’s good friend Eddie Kingston also threw out a challenge at Windy City Riot, but was far more respectful in his approach, with ‘The Mad King’ challenging Tomohiro Ishii after ‘The Stone Pitbull’ overcame Minoru Suzuki. Kingston said how he lives walks and breathes ‘The King’s Road’ - evident in his recent clash with Chris Jericho at AEW: Revolution - and made the formal approach to Ishii before bowing in respect.
Elsewhere, The House of Black’s heavy hitter Brody King confronted Minoru Suzuki backstage whilst ‘The King of Pancrase’ was giving an interview. The two got into a shoving match after Brody King made the challenge for May 14.