Have to applaud NJPW to a degree with them taking this approach to make sure that all of their talent is kept safe. When they come back, they will come back stronger than before.
If they're back in time for the G1 in October, even in front of no fans or small crowds, then they could basically go right WK after that and build to their big matches. So on that hand it might be easier for them. Just a shame that they couldn't build any stories throughout the year to give some of the matches they will eventually do more meaning.Wonder what direction they are going to go in once they come back. Everything between March and August has been basically cancelled, which I imagine has uprooted a lot of the planned booking for the year.