Atsushi Onita’s FMW-E promotion going on hiatus after December 19th show

After the December 19th show, Atsushi Onita's FMW-E promotion is set to go into "hibernation" until March 2022

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FMW-E will be going on hiatus until March 2022.

Atsushi Onita’s FMW-E promotion’s first show took place in July and since then, the promotion has presented four events and the latest was in conjunction with Matt Tremont’s H2O Wrestling promotion. On December 19th, FMW-E is running a show in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan and it will be their last show before going on hiatus until 2022.

The promotion is planning to “hibernate” until March because of the cold weather. FMW-E events take place in outdoor venues due to the multitude of explosions inside and near the ring.

At that December 19th show, there is going to be a ‘Hell’s Current Bombing Hardcore Rumble’. Many of the explosive that have been used on past FMW-E shows will be brought back for the Rumble. The only explosive/item that is being kept out of the match is a florescent bomb bat because fragments of it could go into the audience. Up to 11 explosions could take place during the match.

As of this writing, more than 20 talents are expected to be a part of the Rumble such as Onita, Raijin Yaguchi, Mr. Pogo, Abdullah Kobayashi, Ricky Fuji, Shu Brahmin, Kei Brahmin and Mitsuru Sato.

Suzu Suzuki and Akane Fujita are scheduled to compete in a explosion match and they’ll be using explosive bats in the bout.

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