Bullet Club member Chase Owens is remaining with New Japan Pro-Wrestling for the foreseeable future.
After revealing on Twitter that yesterday, January 31st, was the final day of his previous New Japan deal, he quickly revealed on February 1 that he has signed a new deal with the promotion and will be remaining with them for the foreseeable future as it is a multi-year agreement.
Well it’s February 1st and I’m proud to say that today starts my new multi year contract with NJPW. See everyone soon --— chase owens (@realchaseowens) February 1, 2020
Chase has been a member of the Bullet Club since October 2015 and has seen many of the changes inside the faction.
Speaking of the changes inside Bullet Club, Marty Scurll, a staple of the faction during the boom period of New Japan Pro-Wrestling in the United States has challenged "Switchblade" Jay White, the current leader of the group, to a match at Ring of Honor's Supercard of Honor. White has excepted and the two will face off during WrestleMania weekend in Tampa, Florida.