Kota Ibushi Discusses His Terms For Potential Deal With AEW
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Kota Ibushi names his terms for a potential deal with All Elite Wrestling.
The former NJPW star entered free agency on February 1, and he has often been linked to AEW, given his ties to EVPs Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks.
Speaking with Dark Puroresu Flowsion, Ibushi detailed the terms he would agree to, regarding a potential deal with AEW.
“In the case of a contract with AEW, I would like to sign a contract with AEW that I will participate in for about a week every month until the basic foundation of the dojo is solidified.”
Kota Ibushi just revealed to me what terms AEW would have to come to with him to agree.
“In the case of a contract with AEW, I would like to sign a contract with AEW that I will participate in for about a week every month until the basic foundation of the dojo is solidified” pic.twitter.com/H6EW6TPkMG
— Dark Puroresu Flowsion (@PuroresuFlow) February 20, 2023
Ibushi has been sidelined with a shoulder injury since October 2021, and he later expressed his frustration with NJPW management. The company subsequently announced penalties to Ibushi and others involved with the incidents. Ibushi has remained focused on his recovery, and he will return to the ring during The Collective 2023; he will face Mike Bailey at Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 9, and he has also been advertised for Joey Janela’s Spring Break 7. He is also opening a wrestling school.
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