Killer Kross To Debut For NJPW, Calls Out Minoru Suzuki

Killer Kross is set to debut for New Japan

New Japan Pro Wrestling have announced that Killer Kross will make his debut for the promotion at their upcoming Lonestar Shootout show (under the New Japan Strong umbrella), which takes place in Dallas, Texas, on April 1. 

In a promo from Kross, which was shared via New Japan's social media channels, the former WWE star targeted Minoru Suzuki, saying: 

"Good evening, my name is Killer Kross. It wasn't a name I chose. However, it was a name given to me by people as a reflection of the pain, damage, and suffering I inflicted on competitors inside the ring and perhaps also outside of it. A new beginning is emerging, ladies and gentlemen, and with every new beginning, there must be an end. Mr. Suzuki, The King of Pro Wrestling, it's time for you and I to meet face-to-face. This begins with you. New Japan Pro-Wrestling, tick-tock".

Since being released by WWE in November of last year, Kross has worked for Major League Wrestling, as well as the Control Your Narrative promotion.

Lonestar Shootout will be available to watch via FITE!, while matches will air on future episodes of Strong, available on New Japan World. 

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Lewis Howse

Written by Lewis Howse

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