The Run In: New Japan Pro Wrestling on Roku

If there’s one problem wrestling fans have, it’s that there just isn’t enough wrestling to watch every week. We need more! This past week New Japan Pro Wrestling debuted on the Roku channel. Available by buying a Roku or through their app on demand any time. The first episode was scheduled to stream at 5 PM on Thursday but to our surprise the first 10 episodes are now available.

Today on The Run In brought to you by The House Show, Matty Treats and Kevin Hellions break down episode one featuring Jay White vs Tetsuya Naito from Wrestle Kingdom 14. Treats gives Kevin a crash course in New Japan Pro Wrestling and Kevin gives his new viewer perspective. Will we continue to watch? Stay tuned.

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The Retro Network’s own Kevin Decent (@MaskedLibrary) along with his two best friends “Sweet” Matty Treats (@MattyTreats) and Matt “the Educator of Excellence” began The House Show by reviewing WWF’s In Your House pay per view events over the course of the worldwide quarantine. Next, they covered all of the WCW Halloween Havoc events finishing out 2020. Now in 2020, they will be going back to WWF for all the Saturday Night’s Main Event shows. This trios team has been watching wrestling all their lives and debating the outcomes since high school. Invite them in your house each week for the main episode on Thursdays and The Run In on Mondays.

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Kevin has been writing for retro and geek themed sites for over 12 years. He specializes in comics, pro wrestling, and heavy metal. But if it falls under the geek and retro banner, he'll be there.

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