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Kenny Omega Comments On G1 Climax 27 Match With Tetsuya Naito

AEW, AAA and Impact Wrestling World Champion Kenny Omega posted a tweet where he reflected back on his match against Tetsuya Naito from G1 Climax 27, a match in which Naito picked up the victory. Naito would go on to face Kazuchika Okada at Wrestle Kingdom 12 in January of...
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3/4 NEW JAPAN ANNIVERSARY SHOW RESULTS – Wells’s report and analysis of Kota Ibushi vs. El Desperado, Tetsuya Naito vs. The Great O-Khan, more

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... -The anniversary show, in a bit of a surprise move, also was the home of the first two New Japan Cup tournament matches. The bracket is full of first-round intrigue and bracket-buster potential. I joined Chris Samsa’s bracket challenge and while I killed it in the first round last year, I’m fully expecting to have a hard go of it this year.
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Tetsuya Naito Pulled From NJPW Road to Castle Attack

NJPW1972.com reports that Tetsuya Naito will miss the NJPW Road To Castle Attack event on Monday. Naito has been out with a knee injury since February 16th. The Tetsuya Naito & SANADA vs. Kota Ibushi & Tomoaki Honma match scheduled for the show has been changed to SANADA vs. Honma.
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Tetsuya Naito Off February 19th and 20th Road to Castle Attack Events

Tetsuya Naito’s knee injury is confirmed to keep him off the February 19th and 20th Road to Castle Attack shows. As previously reported, Naito announced during the morning’s event that he had suffered a knee injury and would not be competing. NJPW has now confirmed that he will be unable to compete at the shows.
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Tetsuya Naito off NJPW Road to Castle Attack due to knee injury

Tetsuya Naito did not wrestle on this morning's NJPW Road to Castle Attack due to injury. Naito came out at the start of tonight’s show and said that he would be unable to compete due to a knee injury that he suffered during his match last night. He apologized to the fans, but then turned his attention to Kota Ibushi, who he faces for the IWGP Intercontinental title on Febuary 28 at Castle Attack. He called him out on wanting to unify both the Intercontinental and Heavyweight titles, intending to still wrestle on the 28th..
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After Long Climb to the Top, Main Event Belongs to Tetsuya Naito at Wrestle Kingdom 15

Tetsuya Naito headlines the first night of the upcoming Wrestle Kingdom 15, a two-night affair that is the crown jewel of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s slate of shows each year. As the reigning IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion, Naito is the current face of the company, a spot where countless New Japan officials always believed he would find himself. But the route to the top of the New Japan hierarchy was not a linear one for Naito, who has spent the past decade-and-a-half proving that, while the opponent may change, the main event belongs to him.
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Tetsuya Naito Named 2020 Tokyo Sports MVP, Comments on Win

Tetsuya Naito has won the Tokyo Sports MVP for 2020. NJPW announced that Naito was awarded the top honor by the outlet and spoke with Naito about the win. It comes alongside Naito’s match with Kazuchika Okada at Wrestle Kingdom 14 being named the 2020 Match of the Year. The...