KENTA Returns To Pro Wrestling NOAH

KENTA returns!

KENTA stepped inside a Pro Wrestling NOAH ring for the first time in three years today, returning to the promotion he previously performed in for 14 years. 

Following Takashi Sugiura's win over Masakatsu Funaki in the main event of NOAH's December 27 show at Korakuen Hall, KENTA made his way to the ring for the post-match promo with Sugiura. They chatted about their upcoming matches together before Sugiura led the crowd in the '1-2-3 NOAH!' chant to end the night. 

While KENTA has been signed with New Japan Pro-Wrestling since he departed WWE in 2019, the 40-year-old will return to NOAH at the promotion's New Year's Day show and team with Takashi Sugiura and Kazushi Sakuraba against Daiki Inaba, Masa Kitamiya and Yoshiki Inamura.

KENTA will then represent NOAH's Sugiura-gun with Sugiura and Sakuraba at the NJPW vs. NOAH show on January 8 against Suzuki-gun's Minoru Suzuki, Taichi and TAKA Michinoku. 

Prior to joining WWE in 2014, KENTA cemented himself as a Pro Wrestling NOAH legend, having held several championships in the promotion during his 14-year run, including the GHC Heavyweight Title.

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