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Katsuhiko Nakajima: ”I’ve Come To Take Over All Japan!”

8 months ago Source: @PKDX

Source: @PKDX

Katsuhiko Nakajima: ”I’ve Come To Take Over All Japan!”

Katsuhiko Nakajima has interrupted All Japan Pro Wrestling’s Halloween party, and he wants the Triple Crown belt.

By: R. Faliani

Just like we reported yesterday, Katsuhiko Nakajima has chosen All Japan Pro Wrestling as his next home. After interrupting the All Japan Halloween party, Nakajima demanded a Triple Crown title match against Yuma Aoyagi. He then stated: “I’ve come to take over All Japan!” while wishing a Happy Halloween to the All Japan aficionados around the world.

Nakajima challenged Aoyagi, and after both men had successfully defeated Kento Miyahara this year, this matchup seemed like the obvious choice for “The Genius of the Kick”. One can only imagine the kind of matches we could see if Nakajima defeats Aoyagi and wins the Triple Crown. Where would many All Japan wrestlers stand if this is the next scenario to come? Would Miyahara defend All Japan again?

We know the history both men have already. and even with their matches in NOAH stealing the spotlight, it’s obvious their issues have not been solved completely. What could be interesting is seeing the multiple situations presented if both Nakajima and Miyahara find themselves in All Japan at the same time. Their relationship can be understood as a “brothers dynamic”, where Nakajima stands as superior to Miyahara.

Katsuhiko Nakajima Confronts Kento Miyahara in AJPW

We’ve discussed the reasons why Nakajima is already jumping to All Japan after leaving Pro Wrestling NOAH, but we haven’t discussed how will the Puroresu scene look after this impromptu announcement. The Hokkaido November 5th show will count with Nakajima’s appearance, and we’re waiting for Aoyagi to answer this challenge and stand across the hottest free agent (if he hasn’t signed with All Japan already) in Puro today.

 

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