As for Tokyo Sports, Kenny Omega has reached the time of New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Former IWGP Heavyweight champion lost Wrestle Kingdom 13 earlier this week and is the final game of his company. The outcome says that Elite Wrestling or WWE is signed, but it has not yet been decided.
"If I go to WWE, fans will be happy," said Omega. "If I go to AEW, fans will be happy. I want to be in a place where I am glad." In any case, the future is the bright side of Omega. "The Cleaner" has become one of the best fighters in the world and has made incredible matches. Tokyo has told the NJPW contract that it will not be until the end of the month. "
Here's how Omega explained his departure (how he returned Chris Charlton):
"Looking back, Wrestle Kingdom 13 was a battle to decide the Japanese New Japanese hero … I take full responsibility for loss. There is no real place to fit, so it's better not to be me [New Japan Pro-Wrestling]. I can not get under Tanahashi. I do not think it overwhelmed me, I do not think it's better. If possible, I want to face it again. But I need time away, not just Japanese news. "
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