Originally published at NOAH's Yoshiki Inamura intends to return in November
Inamura announces his plans to return to the ring.
Pro Wrestling NOAH held a press conference on 10/25 to promote their ‘Demolition Stage’ event on October 30th. During the presser, 28-year-old Yoshiki Inamura stated that he plans on returning to the ring in November.
Inamura has been out of action since July due to a fractured left fibula. He suffered the injury while competing for ZERO1. He was competing in their ‘Fire Festival’ tournament and tallied up a 3-0 record before being injured. Inamura last wrestled for NOAH in early July.
— Pro Wrestling NOAH (@noahglobal) October 25, 2021
Inamura began his in-ring career in 2018 and he has been a part of NOAH since the start of his career.
Coming out of the presser, it was also announced that GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions NOSAWA Rongai and Eita are going to be defending their titles in Dragon Gate on November 5th against Kota Minoura and Jason Lee.