Fred Rosser Signs Exclusive Deal With NJPW

Mr. No Days Off is sticking around for the long haul

Fred Rosser will be sticking around in New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

The former Darren Young revealed on social media yesterday that he had signed an exclusive agreement with NJPW, writing: "I'm excited to officially announce I've signed W/ NJPW! All I can say moving forward is, don't ever let your dreams just be dreams because as long as you're patient & believe in your dreams, anything is possible. Patience is a talent #njpwSTRONG #blockthehate @njpw1972@njpwworld."

Mr. No Days Off debuted in New Japan back in September 2020 and he has been a regular on NJPW Strong, the promotion's USA show, ever since. He has spent much of his time feuding with Bullet Club and he recently defeated Hikuleo in a No Disqualification match. 

Rosser has also performed on UWN Primetime Live and in the National Wrestling Alliance since returning to the ring last year, most recently at the NWA When Our Shadows Fall pay-per-view, but those appearances will seemingly be no more. 

Rosser previously competed in WWE as Darren Young from 2009 until 2017. He is a former WWE Tag Team Champion, having held the title with Titus O'Neil. 

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