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All Together might be a celebration of the unifying power of professional wrestling, but there will be a distinctly unfriendly encounter in Ryogoku when Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kento Miyahara and Kaito Kiyomiya face Kenoh, Yuma Aoyagi and Kazuchika Okada.

When All Together Again was first announced at a special press conference last month, Kaito Kiyomiya of NOAH, Kento Miyahara of AJPW and Hiroshi Tanahashi of NJPW would all be on hand to represent their respective promotions. Three headline faces for each group, as well as three generations of wrestlers in their 20s, 30s and 40s respectively, the trio presented a fitting embodiment of the All Together spirit. With all driven to make the event a major success, and all smiles ready for the press conference cameras, it seemed right for these charismatic fan favourites to unite in Ryogoku.

Their opposition on June 9 adds a healthy dose of chaos to the mix. One can’t talk about Kaito Kiyomiya in 2023 for better or for worse without mentioning Kazuchika Okada. After their wild fight in Yokohama Arena this January led to a violent display of superiority for the Rainmaker int he Tokyo Dome in February, it’s been a long few months, but now Kiyomiya and Okada will go face to face again in Sumo Hall. With Kiyomiya’s entry into G1 Climax 33 now confirmed, the young prospect will be looking to make a mark on Okada whether or not the two draw the same block for the tournament of tournaments.

Along with Okada will be Yuma Aoyagi. NJPW fans may remember Yuma’s younger brother Atsuki for his impressive main event performance at All Star Junior Festival earlier this spring, but All Japan fans will have their eyebrows raised at New Generation teammates Aoyagi and Miyahara on opposite sides of the ledger in Ryogoku. Then there’s the matter of ill feeling between NOAH and All Japan that stemmed from the New Generation teaming with Suwama against Kongo in the Tokyo Dome in February. Indeed, Kenoh is one half of the current AJPW World Tag team Champions alongside Manabu Soya, having defeated the team of Naoya Omura and, yes, Kenoh’s teammate tonight in Yuma Aoyagi. Competition is sure to be fierce, and not just between the two teams in what could well become the main event June 9.

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