Yusuke Okada Set To Leave All Japan At The End Of 2020

Yusuke Okada is set to leave All Japan at the end of the year. 

All Japan announced Okada's contract is set to expire at the end 2020 and his deal will not be renewed with the company. He will be a freelancer starting in 2021 and his last match for All Japan will take place on December 13 at Korakuen Hall. 

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Okada met with AJPW President Takeki Fukuda and a decision was reached. 

From AJPW:

We are pleased to announce that Yusuke Okada, a player belonging to our company, will be leaving the team on December 31, 2020 due to the expiration of the contract, and will be active as a free player from January 2021.

We look forward to your continued support for Yusuke Okada and All Japan Wrestling.

Okada made his AJPW debut in January 2017. He was not part of AJPW Real World Tag League 2020, but did compete on the undercard of events. 

You can find results from the AJPW Real World Tag League finals by clicking here.

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