Tokyo Joshi Pro, DDT, Ganbare Pro Wrestling to allow vocal crowd noise at upcoming shows

At several events this summer for promotions under the CyberFight banner, fans will be allowed to make noise verbally

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Vocal crowd noise to be allowed at several shows for promotions under the CyberFight umbrella.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a restriction on vocal crowd noise. It was previously announced by DDT Pro-Wrestling that at their July 7th show, seats at the venue are going to be arranged so that people are socially distanced from one another and can cheer or boo.

There was a press conference held on 6/27 that was based around promotions under the CyberFight umbrella (DDT, Tokyo Joshi Pro and Ganbare Pro Wrestling) and it was made official that vocal crowd noise will be allowed at shows for each of the promotions this summer.

The restriction was lifted following conversations with venues. People will be able to make noise at TJPW’s July 9th event, Ganbare Pro’s July 10th show and DDT’s August 20th event in addition to the July 7th date. All of those shows are taking place at Ota City General Gymnasium in Tokyo.

Fans will be socially distant and non-woven masks are required. DDT is also lifting that vocal noise restriction for their August 14th show at Korakuen Hall.

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