Michael Elgin — Inks 2-Year Deal with NJPW

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Former ROH World Champion Michael Elgin is now an official member of the NJPW roster … sources tell us he just signed a 2-year deal with the company.

Big Mike made his debut for New Japan in 2015 and clearly impressed backstage officials — cause he was offered a contract less than a year later.

Our sources say the deal allows Elgin to continue taking bookings wherever he’d like outside of Japan.  This means the wrestler can still work for ROH, PWG and even big companies in other countries.

We’re told the wrestler is more than excited about the new deal and is planning to take his career to the next level over the next 2 years.

Congrats Big Mike!

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2 Comments on "Michael Elgin — Inks 2-Year Deal with NJPW"

  1. Not exactly exclusive. Posted in Classic Japanese pro wrestling over five hours ago due to being told by the actual wrestler, not a “source”

  2. It would be nice if people gave credit where credit is due instead of taking a story and putting it on their website as “exclusive” information.

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