According to this article over at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s biggest event of the year will be available to on Fite.TV:

“The plan is for the show to air live at 3 AM Eastern in its entirety in Japanese or English, priced at $34.99.  The show will be available anywhere in the world through Fite.TV’s different platforms (Roku, mobile devices, etc.) and the show will also be available for VOD replays.”

WrestleKingdom is New Japan’s biggest show of the year, so naturally they want as many eyes as possible on it.  This is fantastic news if you don’t want to pull the trigger on NJPWWorld, New Japan’s streaming service.  That service runs a little less than the WWE Network (at 999 Yen) and gives you a fantastic back catalog.  If this would be your first time watching a full NJPW event, this one time price tag (with VOD replays) is a great.

This year’s event will be highlighted by Hiroshi Tanahashi challenging Kenny Omega for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, and Tetsuya Naito challenging Chris Jericho (yes, you read that correctly) for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship.