Two championship matches made official for NJPW Power Struggle on 11/4

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Matches were added to the 10/24 date on the tour as well. 

The 2023 NJPW Power Struggle tour begins on October 21st and will wrap on November 4th in Osaka, Japan. There are four matches currently scheduled for the final stop of the tour, one of which is the finals of Super Junior Tag League.

Also on the bill for that show is Hiromu Takahashi defending the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship against Taiji Ishimori. 

Kazuchika Okada, Tomohiro Ishii and Hiroshi Tanahashi are putting their NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Titles on the line against T.M.D.K. (Zack Sabre Jr., Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste). In addition to that, Yuya Uemura and IWGP World Heavyweight Champion SANADA are facing Yota Tsuji and Tetsuya Naito. 

There were three matches added to the 10/24 date on the Power Struggle tour. Oleg Boltin is challenging Zack Sabre Jr. for his NJPW World Television Championship. Boltin was supposed to get a shot at the belt during the Destruction tour, but he contracted an infection and was pulled from the match

In addition to that, SANADA, Taichi and Yuya Uemura are facing off against Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, Shingo Takagi & Yota Tsuji). Another six-man tag is on the bill for that show as Shota Umino, Ren Narita and Oskar Leube take on United Empire (Great-O-Khan, Callum Newman & HENARE). 

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