Right after a little break after the G1 Climax LiveWire is back. The only Japanese fed is back in business after the historic PPV which saw the U-30, JLA, Jr Heavyweight and United States champion crowned. There will be backlash at the LiveWire event which will be held at the Budokan Hall.
The American star Low Ki will want to vent some frustration after losing out on the United States Title when he goes one on one with the insane Luchador Super Crazy. Fast paces action is on the cards as both these men look to rise up in the US Title ranks.
The CTU are in the Budokan Hall for LiveWire as there leader Jushin Liger looks to regain the cavorted Jr Heavyweight Title. His anger has been seen by fans as he lashed out at one of them in a nearby airport just hours after the PPV.
Sting will be in action once again but this time without his usual tag team partner Chris Benoit. He will be going it alone as he meets the fuming Kensuke Sasaki. Sasaki has been on a rampage as he was left out of the G1 Climax brackets, especially targeting younger wrestlers. Sting will have to be careful during the match, especially with rumours flying that he may be leaving the company shortly. TNA have offered him an improved contract and they will use a clause in the Canadians contract to make him sign. The man in black and white will want to leave the Japanese fans in awe before making his way back to America.
Kenta Kobashi will be in action after being crowned the first ever JLA Champion. He will take on anyone from the JLA locker room in a non title match; a win over the JLA Legend will help any wrestler on there way to glory so chances will be rare.
Along with this the United States champion Chris Jericho will be at the show along with U-30 title holder Hiroshi Tanahashi.