The last that the star of the Big Japan Pro Wrestling company Hideki Suzuki has left Japan with a destiny of no return. The fighter himself was interviewed at the Haneda airport terminal for international travel and the media published that image.
There has been much speculation about his fate, but everything indicates that he has signed a WWE contract and that he will be part of NXT in the coming months. It should be remembered that Suzuki was invited to the WWE Performance Center last year. Also, he has a good relationship with some people on the staff such as Timothy Thatcher.
Suzuki,40 made his debut in 2008 in the Inoki Genome Federation. He is known for his career in Big Japan Pro Wrestling where he won the world heavyweight championship twice and the Strong Climb tournament in 2018. He is also noted for his coaching role and his influence on young BJW talents. Most recently, he appeared on Pro Wrestling NOAH as part of the Sugiura-gun stable.
WWE And Japan
For the past few years, WWE has been pulling strings in Japan and with wrestlers from the country. During the last days, Sareee confirmed his arrival in the United States in the next few days and the company also confirmed the hiring of Jiro Kuroshio. Additionally, it is speculated that Kay Lee Ray will defend the NXT UK Championship against Meiko Satomura.