The '''KobePro-WrestlingFestival(2019)''' or oftenreferred to as'''Kobe World''' was aprofessional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event promoted by [[DragonGate]] (DG). The event took place on July21, 2019, at the WorldMemorial Hall in Kobe, Japan. Itis the 16thKobePro-WrestlingFestival, which is Dragon Gate's biggest annual event and it'ssimilar to [[NJPW]]'s[[January4DomeShow|Wrestle Kingdom]]. [[KobePro-Wrestling Festival(2019)|Read more...]]
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Wrestle Kingdom 14 in Tokyo Dome was a two-day professional wrestling event promoted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). The two shows took place on January 4 and 5, 2020, at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. This was the twenty-ninth January 4 Tokyo Dome Show and the fourteenth promoted under the Wrestle Kingdom name, which is NJPW's biggest annual event and has been called "the largest wrestling show in the world outside of the United States" and the "Japanese equivalent to the Super Bowl". This was the first time that the Wrestle Kingdom was held on two nights, instead of taking place solely on January 4. Read more...