NJPW Wrestle Grand Slam 2021

KOPW 2021 Title Showdown Gets Stipulation Added For Wrestle Grand Slam Show In September

A stipulation has been announced for the KOPW 2021 title match at the NJPW Wrestle Grand Slam event at MetLife Dome on September 4.

New Japan Pro Wrestling announced that following a fan vote, the KOPW 2021 title showdown between Toru Yano and Chase Owens will be contested under no disqualification rules and will be an I-Quit match.

Featured below is the complete announcement, which includes the results of the aforementioned fan poll that decided the stipulation for the Yano-Owens match at the big event on 9/4.

After 17,598 votes were cast worldwide in the KOPW 2021 match poll online, a winner has been determined, and rules now set for Chase Owens and Toru Yano’s clash on September 4 on night one of Wrestle Grand Slam in MetLife Dome.

Toru Yano got a overwhelming victory over Chase Owens by winning 76.4% of the domestic vote and 72.1% of the international vote. The final total numbers are as follows:

Chase Owens- Texas Strap Match: 4,316 votes (24.53%)

Toru Yano- No-DQ I Quit Match: 13,282 votes (75.47%)

The two will now face off for the KOPW 2021 trophy in a No-DQ I quit Match! There will be no pinfalls or disqualifications, and the only way to win is to make an opponent verbally quit on the microphone.

Wrestle Grand Slam in MetLife Dome will take place on September 4 live on NJPW World.


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