Chase Owens isn’t going anywhere.
In a tweet on February 2, the New Japan Pro-Wrestling star announced that he re-signed with the promotion. He didn’t reveal the specific terms of the deal, but he stated that he’ll be with NJPW for “a lonnnngggggggg time.”
When I say 4 life that’s exactly what I mean!! Happy and proud to announce I have resigned with NJPW for a Lonnnngggggggg time!!! See ya soon pic.twitter.com/6WF8wy3Tci
— chase owens (@realchaseowens) February 2, 2022
Owens signed a multi-year deal with the company in 2020. On January 31, he shared the news that is contract was expiring the same day, but he apparently struck a deal with the company.
Owens first wrestled for NJPW in 2014; he regularly started working for them after his appearance in the Best Of The Super Junior XXII in 2015. The Buller Club member previously held the NJPW King Of Pro-Wrestling provisional trophy. He hasn’t wrestled since NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 16 Night Two, but in his tweet, he noted that he’ll be back soon.
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