KENTA And Hiroshi Tanahashi Agree To IWGP US Title Bout

KENTA is willing to give Hiroshi Tanahashi another shot at the belt.

During the NJPW Best of the Super Juniors and World Tag League Finals, KENTA appeared on the video screen and accepted Hiroshi Tanahashi's challenge for the IWGP United States Championship. Tanahashi allowed KENTA to pick the stipulation for the bout.

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KENTA agreed to a No DQ bout. A date for the bout was not announced.

From NJPW:

Hiroshi Tanahashi has been challenging KENTA to an IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship match over the past few days, but the champion has been reluctant to accept. Sweetening the deal, Tanahashi offered to give KENTA his pick of stipulations for the match, so as ‘not to make it a direct rematch’ from his Power Struggle defeat on November 6.

KENTA finally accepted the challenge in a video message directed toward the Ace at the World Tag League/Best of the Super Jr. finals. Pointing out that Tanahashi had sent him through a table during their bout in Osaka last month, KENTA said that he wanted vengeance, and would have the match as long as it was an anything goes, no disqualification match. Tanahashi accepted the conditions, but the date and venue of the match is currently TBA.

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