Former IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion Hiromu Takahashi has shared a recovery update, as he fights back from a torn pectoral muscle.
The Ticking Time Bomb took part in a Q&A session on NJPW1972.com, and said the following about his recovery:
“We-ell, if 100 percent means what I feel it should, then honestly it would be 2% right now. To me being 100 percent means being able to do what I set out to do, win championships, make dreams happen. It’s not enough just to get back in there. So with that in mind, yeah, two percent.”
Hirmou’s injury occurred a little over a year after his return from a broken neck, but at 31 years old time is on his side. A fan then asked Hiromu if he were to hold the IWGP World Heavyweight and Junior Heavyweight titles at the same time, who would he defend against: “Finn Balor. When I was a Young Lion, he was the toughest guy at the time!”
H/T: POST Wrestling