YOSHI-HASHI Out Indefinitely After Suffering A Bad Fall During NJPW's 'Destruction In Kobe' Show

Some unfortunate news.

Last night at New Japan Pro Wrestling's 'Destruction In Kobe' show, the main event of the night was one that had many stories come out of it. Hiroshi Tanahashi put his rights to an IWGP Heavyweight Championship match at Wrestle Kingdom 13 on the line against Kazuchika Okada. Tanahashi was finally about to best "The Rainmaker" after falling short to Okada at 'Wrestling Dontaku' and going to a draw with Okada in the G1 Climax 28 tournament.

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Following the match between Okada and Tanahashi last night, "Switchblade" Jay White came from behind and beat down both men. Jay White then made his way over to the commentary table where CHAOS member Rocky Romero was and Jay eventually pushed Rocky down and took the chair that Rocky was sitting in and was about to take a couple of swings at Tanahashi and Okada. Fellow CHAOS member YOSHI-HASHI then made his way down to the ring for the save but while jetting to the squared circle YOSHI-HASHI slipped and fell and hit his head on either the floor or on a part of the ring and busted himself wide open.


New Japan Pro Wrestling posted an update on YOSHI-HASHI on their website and noted that he underwent evaluation at a hospital and on-top of the head injury he is also being treated for a left shoulder injury.

HASHI was released from the hospital and returning to Tokyo to recover. He is out indefinitely. 

To read up on the full results from 'Destruction In Kobe', click here.

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