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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 33: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13 preview

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 33: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13 preview

New Japan’s answer to WrestleMania is today. JJ, Mike, Pat and special guest Scott Kane break down the card, and talk the brand new All Elite Wrestling as this could be The Elite’s NJPW swan song.

New Japan’s answer to WrestleMania is today. JJ, Mike, Pat and special guest Scott Kane break down the absolutely loaded Wrestle Kingdom 13 card, and talk the brand new All Elite Wrestling as this could be The Elite’s NJPW swan song before starting their own promotion.

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