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Daily Update: Nikkita Lyons, free agents, Chase Owens

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Chase Owens Has Signed A New Deal With NJPW

It was noted earlier this week that Chase Owens’ deal with NJPW expired on January 31, making him a free agent. He wasn’t free for long, as he announced on his Twitch stream (via Fightful) that he’s signed a new deal with New Japan. He said: “I’m...
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NJPW's Chase Owens tests positive for COVID-19

Chase Owens announced today that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss some upcoming bookings. Owens tweeted that after feeling poorly last week, he had tested negative for COVID. He said he is now symptom-free, but tested positive today and will be forced to pull out of this weekend's bookings.

Chase Owens Tests Positive For COVID-19, Will Miss Indie Dates

Bad news for Chase Owens, who revealed on Twitter that he tested positive for COVID-19. The “Crown Jewel” of The Bullet Club, who recently took a break from New Japan Pro Wrestling, was supposed to appear at indie shows for KFW Wrestling and Innovate Wrestling but will be forced to miss both dates.

Chase Owens To Miss Upcoming Shows Due To Testing Positive For COVID-19

Chase Owens recently took to Twitter to announce that he’ll have to miss upcoming appearances for KFW Wrestling and Innovate Wrestling due to testing positive for COVID-19. Owens noted that he felt “horrible” last week and tested negative, but tested positive on Tuesday despite feeling better. “Unfortunately...
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10/1 NEW JAPAN G1 CLIMAX RESULTS – DAY 8: Sage’s report on Block B Action – Tanahashi vs. Sanada, Okada vs. Goto, Yoshi-Hashi vs. Taichi, Jeff Cobb vs. Tama Tonga, Evil vs. Chase Owens.

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... (1) RYOHEI OIWA VS. YOSHINOBU KANEMARU – NON-TOURNAMENT MATCH. Oiwa started the match by attacking the veteran Kanemaru, with head stomps and then a lengthy head lock. Yoshinobu Kanemaru was able to get out and then he took the fight to the outside and threw Ryohei Oiwa into the barrier. Back in the ring the two men traded forearms, until Kanemaru took out the knee of Oiwa on a ring whip. Kanemaru locked in a single leg Boston Crab, Oiwa was able to get a rope break, another hold and rope break by Oiwa followed. Oiwa blocked a vertical suplex, he tried to reverse it and then Oiwa hit a drop kick. Oiwa then hit a hip toss and then a scoop and slam into a two count. Kanemaru hit a dropkick of his own. then a knee breaker and a single leg crab submission, turning that into a figure four leg lock that forced Oiwa to tap out.

Bristol native Chase Owens is reigning "King of Pro Wrestling" in Japan

Olympians like swimmer Caeleb Dressel, basketball star Kevin Durant and sprinter Allyson Felix weren’t the only folks from the United States winning big in Tokyo this summer. Chase Owens, a 2008 Virginia High graduate, also grabbed some gold as he captured the King of Pro Wrestling Trophy on July 25...

Chase Owens to be part of NJPW G1 tournament

On Sunday's edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said that Chase Owens is slated to be part of this year's New Japan G1 tournament. That was part of the reason Owens won the New Japan Ranbo Sunday as part of Wrestle Grand Slam. The first entrant in the match, he was handcuffed and then got out of the cuffs. He won by throwing powder in Toru Yano's eyes, followed up by a jewel heist and a package piledriver for the win.