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DGUSA Returns to the Dish Network



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LATE BREAKING NEWS: Dragon Gate USA returns to The DISH Network for “Freedom Fight” on pay-per-view with a January 7th premiere. Here’s a look at this can’t miss event:

Dragon Gate USA returns to cable systems everywhere with “Freedom Fight” giving you the most value for your dollar. Watch it on pay-per-view starting on January 7th. Check your local listings for time and channel. “Freedom Fight” will mark the return to satellite TV for DGUSA as The DISH Network will carry this event.

The card features a triple main event including two singles bouts that make major headlines in Japan. Masato Yoshino vs. YAMATO or CIMA vs. Shingo could both main event the biggest Dragon Gate shows in Japan. Now you get them both on one DGUSA pay-per-view.

Homicide makes his DGUSA PPV debut to team with Open The Freedom Gate Champion BxB Hulk against the evil duo of Jon Moxley & Akira Tozawa. We’ll give you a minor spoiler- this one gets out of hand. The tag action heats up when Ronin comes together for the first time to battle the dream team of Austin Aries, Genki Horiguchi and 2010 breakout star Ricochet. You’ ll see all this and much more when “Freedom Fight” comes to pay-per-view on January 7th.

Here is the complete lineup for “Freedom Fight” with a January 7th PPV premiere:

Main Event #1
Masato Yoshino vs. YAMATO

Main Event #2
Shingo vs. CIMA

Main Event #3
BxB Hulk & Homicide vs. Jon Moxley & Akira Tozawa

Six Man Tag Team Action
Austin Aries, Genki Horiguchi & Ricochet vs. Ronin of Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann

Special Challenge Match
Jimmy Jacobs vs. Arik Cannon

We hope you will join us for one of the best DGUSA events yet. “Freedom Fight” is coming to your TV with just a few clicks of your remote starting on January 7th!!


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