Trent Beretta Has Covid-19, Changes Made To NJPW Capital Collision

Trent Beretta has tested positive for COVID-19 and as such, prior bookings will have to be changed.

Trent Beretta was scheduled to compete in a tag match at the Capital Collision event in Washington, DC. As a result of testing positive, Beretta will now be unable to compete and has been replaced by Rocky Romero, who will team with Kazuchika Okada instead. NJPW released a statement on May 13th regarding the changes:

Thank you for supporting New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

Trent Beretta, who was scheduled to team with Kazuchika Okada against Jay White and Hikuleo at Capital Collision, has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be able to compete on the card May 14.

We deeply apologise to fans who were looking forward to seeing Beretta wrestle, and appreciate your understanding.

As a result the following changes have been made to the evening’s card:

Match 7

Jay White & Hikuleo vs Trent Beretta & Kazuchika Okada ->

Jay White & Hikuleo vs Rocky Romero & Kazuchika Okada

Match 2

Fred Rosser, Rocky Romero, David Finlay, Tanga Loa & Yuya Uemura vs Tom Lawlor, Danny Limelight, JR Kratos, Royce Isaacs & Jorel Nelson->

Fred Rosser, The DKC, David Finlay, Tanga Loa & Yuya Uemura vs Tom Lawlor, Danny Limelight, JR Kratos, Royce Isaacs & Jorel Nelson->

Match 0 (live crowd only)

The DKC vs Kevin Knight

Nick Comoroto vs Kevin Knight

We join NJPW fans in wishing Trent a speedy recovery and return to action.

NJPW Statement

Here’s hoping Trent will be back to wrestling shape soon and it will surely still be a successful event for NJPW.

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