Tetsuya Naito, SANADA, And BUSHI To Challenge For NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Titles

Los Ingobernables de Japon are looking for gold.

Following Tetsuya Naito & SANADA defeating Hirooki Goto & YOSHI-HASHI in the main event of the May 26 NJPW Road to Wrestle Grand Slam show, Naito, SANADA and BUSHI beatdown HASHI after throwing out the challenge for the NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Titles, which are currently held by HASHI, Goto, and Tomohiro Ishii.

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Goto made the save for HASHI and accepted the challenge for the belts.

NJPW has yet to announce when the match will take place.

From NJPW:

Close win aside, Naito was brimming with confidence as ever as he took the mic. Saying that he had wanted to ‘see where BUSHI and SANADA were at’ this week, Naito surmised that the best way for them to get past any jealousy at Shingo Takagi potentially doing battle for the IWG World Heavyweight Championship would be for the three of them to challenge for the NEVER 6-Man tag titles. With Ishii absent, Naito called on YOSHI-HASHI to accept the challenge, only for the birthday boy to get beaten down when he returned to respond. Goto made the save however, before the Headhunter declared the match was on, warning challengers that relieving the champs of the gold would be no easy task. Where and when will the title match take place?

You can find full results from the May 26 NJPW Road to Wrestle Grand Slam by clicking here.

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