IWGP United States Champion Jon Moxley Challenges Yuji Nagata

IWGP United States Champion Jon Moxley is one of the biggest names in the world of professional wrestling today. Yuji Nagata is one of the most respected and lauded veterans in the entire world. Both men are heavy hitters. These two locking horns seem like an inevitability after Mox’s appearance on the April 5 NJPW show.

Stating that he’s always “called his own shots,” Mox looks to continue his dominant run with the IWGP United States Championship by taking out another respected member of the roster. After defeating KENTA to retain his title, the champ seems primed to continue his hot-streak. He addressed the world-renowned striker by saying “grab your six-shooter, meet me outside the saloon at dawn, and we’ll see who can get a shot off first. That is, if you’re up to it.”

IWGP United States Champion Jon Moxley Challenges Yuji Nagata

Nagata will certainly be up for it, as he’s never one to shy away from a challenge. He’s surely looking for one last championship run seeing as he is in the twilight of his career. That being said, a program with Jon Moxley could hardly be outdone. Both men’s styles should mesh incredibly well, resulting in a potentially jaw-dropping match. The prospect of seeing these two tie-up is an exciting one to see the least. Pro Wrestling Post will inform our readers whenever a more definite date is set.

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