Bad Luck Fale — Two-Year Contract Signed With New Japan, Following Talks With WWE

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One of the founding members of the Bullet Club is staying put in NJPWPro Wrestling Sheet has learned Bad Luck Fale just inked a two-year contract, despite interest from WWE.

Sources close to the situation tell us Fale had discussions with WWE about jumping ship, but in the end decided he had more to prove in New Japan before moving on.

Unclear how far along talks with WWE went, but we’re told Bad Luck is looking to conquer NJPW’s main event scene now that he’s signed for two more years.

As we previously reported, NJPW/ROH star Rocky Romero also signed a two-year contract this week — not the company’s standard one-year deal — and it seems like the sudden loss of AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura may have had something to do with the length changes.

Fale confirmed the news on Facebook, adding, “I will stay with NJPW because they believed in me when I was nobody. That means more than anything materialistic.”

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4 Comments on "Bad Luck Fale — Two-Year Contract Signed With New Japan, Following Talks With WWE"

  1. Good choice for Fale! I doubt WWE would have treated him with the same respect that he’s received in New Japan. Looking forward to see Fale & Tama Tonga get elevated up the card, now that their teammates have left for the States. Malie Toks!

  2. Good for you! Had you signed with WWE, it may have taken a long time before you ever appeared consistently on TV. The WWE just signs wrestlers so they will not go with another organization. There are so many wrestlers in the WWE I bet Vince does not know them all, and everyone is sick of HHH and the Rock being allowed to defeat anyone in a match. New Japan and TNA at least keep you aware of their wrestlers and have some wrestling and action. The WWE is just too big and the matches are too staged. The word boring comes to mind, never watch tem any more like most everyone I know. Just wish New Japan & TNA would show matches on a network that airs via antenna; thats where the faithful loyal fans are.

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