AEW and NJPW are set to hold another Forbidden Door event on June 29th. This is a big event in Toronto, and it seems that we know the opening match of the night.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Collision this week.

AEW already announced that Bryan Danielson and Kazuchika Okada will close out the Forbidden Door event on June 25th. During AEW Collision, they revealed that the opening match of the night will be a big title match.

MJF did not want to defend his AEW World Title against Hiroshi Tanahashi at Forbidden Door. Then Adam Cole tricked him into taking the match. Now, it seems that fans won’t have to wait long to see that match go down.


MJF revealed during AEW Dynamite that his match against Hiroshi Tanahashi will open up Forbidden Door. That should be a great way to kick off the big night.

We will have complete coverage of AEW Forbidden Door, right here at Ringside News. Keep checking back for more, because this could be a big event.

What’s your take on the opening match for Forbidden Door? Sound off in the comments!

AEW World Title

MJF vs Hiroshi Tanahashi

IWGP World Heavyweight Championship

Sanada vs Jungle Boy

IWGP US Championship

Kenny Omega vs. Will Ospreay

International Title

Orange Cassidy vs Daniel Garcia vs Shibata vs Zack Sabre Jr.

AEW Women’s Title

Toni Storm vs Willow Nightingale

Bryan Danielson vs. Kazuchika Okada

Sting. Darby Allin, and Tetsuya Naito vs Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara and Minoru Suzuki 

Blackpool Combat Club vs The Elite, Eddie Kingston, and Tomohiro Ishii 

Satoshi Kojima vs CM Punk – Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Match

Athena vs Billie Starkz – Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Match

Adam Cole vs. Tom Lawlor

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