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Jushin Liger Disgusted by David Finlay’s US Title Rampage

7 months ago Photos of David Finlay & Jushin Liger c/o @taigaPhoto_pw

Photos of David Finlay & Jushin Liger c/o @taigaPhoto_pw

Jushin Liger Disgusted by David Finlay’s US Title Rampage

The legendary junior heavyweight doesn’t find much to laugh about with David Finlay’s power struggle.

By: James Carlin

At the beginning of the month, following the main event of NJPW Power Struggle, David Finlay destroyed both the IWGP United States championship and the IWGP United Kingdom championship – viciously destroying them both with a sledgehammer whilst Gedo looked on. Finlay declared that he wants a new title, describing his disgust at both US fans and UK fans – always being the opposition no matter where he went. Now at Wrestle Kingdom 18 a three-way between champion Will Ospreay and challengers Jon Moxley and David Finlay will take place to determine the holder of this new title, rumoured to be the return of the IWGP Intercontinental Championship.

Jushin Liger has weighed in on the topic of the destruction of the titles, saying: “I am a pretty old-fashioned person, so I don’t like that [David Finlay] is going around breaking and destroying these championships. I’ve been saying this ever since the Intercontinental Championship was being thrown around like a toy by Tetsuya Naito. I don’t think it’s right for Finlay to challenge for the championship after disrespecting the belts. There should be a penalty. I’m afraid of sounding harsh when I know the three will put on a great match together in the Tokyo Dome.” h/t Tokyo Sports

It seems as though The Rebel has made quite a few enemies since assuming the role of Bullet Club’s leader, and it’s his tale to tell to see if he can overcome two incredibly gifted performers in Ospreay and Moxley come January 4th.

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