AEW’s growing network of partnerships has paved the way for exciting cross-promotional events. As a result, Forbidden Door 3 is expected to be an exceptional show, bringing together talent from different promotions for unique matchups. Additionally, the new venue for the event has been announced, further heightening anticipation for the upcoming show.

The first Forbidden Door event took place at the United Center in Chicago, showcasing a headline match between Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi competing for the interim AEW World Championship.

The second event in the series was held at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto and featured a groundbreaking main event between Bryan Danielson and Kazuchika Okada. This match marked the first-ever encounter between the two, making it a historic showdown. Initially, the event was planned to be held at Arthur Ashe Stadium, but that venue is no longer being used for this event.

NJPW officially announced today on Twitter that the next venue for the major event, Forbidden Door 3, will be in Long Island, New York.


”Forbidden Door returns June 30! The UBS Arena on Long Island hosts #ForbiddenDoor in 2024! Stay tuned for much more information to come….”

AEW’s plans for Forbidden Door 3 have also been revealed. We will have to wait and see how the event will turn out in the end, especially now that they have decided on a new venue for the show.

What do you think of this venue for Forbidden Door 3? Let us know in the comments.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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