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Date: January 13 | Start time: 22:00 p.m. ET | Location: San Jose Civic in San Jose, California, United States
The full card is set for Battle in the Valley in the San Jose Civic. NJPW’s first US event of 2024 will see explosive in ring confrontations, the debut of Matt Riddle in the cerulean blue and more.
As made official at New Year Dash, a massive main event is set for Battle in the Valley January 13! Will Ospreay first issued a challenge to Kazuchika Okada in a pre-Wrestle Kingdom interview. Though the Aerial Assassin was able to score his first clean pinfall victory over Okada in the G1 Climax, he feels that there is plenty of unfinished business with the Rainmaker. Wanting to face Okada outside of a tournament setting on a big stage, NJPW has provided just that at Battle in the Valley. While Ospreay was fully confident that he would be heading to San Jose as the first ever IWGP Global Champion, such was not the case as David Finlay emerged victorious with the white and gold belt. His fortunes contrasted with those of the Rainmaker, who vanquished Bryan Danielson in a stunning semi main event.
Another special singles contest pits Shingo Takagi against Jon Moxley for the first time in four and a half years. Wrestle Kingdom did not end the way either man had hoped; Takagi lost the NEVER Openweight Championship to Tama Tonga, while Jon Moxley was not part of the decision that rendered David Finlay the first ever IWGP Global Champion. At New Year Dash, Shingo would confront Moxley backstage with an idea for both of them to get back on track with a big match at San Jose; Moxley accepted only on the condition that it was no DQ.
After his victory in the AEW Continental Classic tournament, Eddie Kingston defends the NJPW STRONG Openweight Championship, along with the ROH World and Continental titles as part of the promotion’s triple crown at Battle in the Valley. His opponent, a man who attacked Kingston at Lonestar Shootout in Texas, Gabe Kidd. Kidd and Kingston collided in one of the best matches of NJPW STRONG history in 2021, but a planned rematch was delayed due to an injury on the Mad King’s part. Now, Kidd couldn’t ask for better timing to take on Kingston, but is the War Ready War Dog championship ready as well?
A major surprise at New Year Dash saw Matt Riddle emerge to issue a challenge to Hiroshi Tanahashi for an as yet unspecified date. Before that though, Riddle will make his in ring NJPW debut against a man he knows well, but hasn’t wrestled since way back in 2018- Zack Sabre Jr. ZSJ will team up with Bad Dude Tito for this reunion, and a big match for Sabre ahead of his requested showdown with Bryan Danielson- but who does Riddle have in his own corner?
NJPW Battle in the Valley 2024 PPV Match Card
- Main event: Will Ospreay vs Kazuchika Okada
- 8th Match: No DQ-Shingo Takagi vs Jon Moxley
- 7th Match: AEW Continental Crown- Eddie Kingston vs Gabe Kidd
- 6th Match: Matt Riddle & X vs TMDK (Bad Dude Tito & Zack Sabre Jr.)
- 5th Match- STRONG Women’s Championship: Giulia vs Trish Adora
- 4th Match: NJPW STRONG Openweight Tag Team Championships- Guerrillas of Destiny (El Phantasmo & Hikuleo) vs BULLET CLUB War Dogs (Alex Coughlin & Clark Connors)
- 3rd Match TJP vs David Finlay
- 2nd Match: Mascara Dorada & Volador Jr vs Rocky Romero & Soberano Jr.
- 1st Match: Shota Umino, Fred Rosser & Jacob Fatu vs Team Filthy (Tom lawlor, Royce Isaacs & Jorel Nelson)