Seiki Yoshioka pulled from Pro Wrestling NOAH's 2/12 show due to sprained cervical vertebrae

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He’ll still be good to go for the Tokyo Dome show. 

Heading into Pro Wrestling NOAH’s February 12th show in Osaka, Japan, the organization shared the news that four-time GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion Seiki Yoshioka is sidelined with an injury. 

Yoshioka is dealing with a sprained cervical vertebrae and is off the Osaka show. Despite the sprain, Yoshioka is still scheduled for Keiji Muto’s final match event at the Tokyo Dome on 2/21. 


— プロレスリング・ノア |PROWRESTLING NOAH (@noah_ghc) February 9, 2023

Yoshioka is going to be in a tag bout on 2/21 as he’ll be teaming with Atsushi Kotoge, YO-HEY, Alejandro and Junta Miyawaki to face Eita, Daga, Yoshinari Ogawa, HAYATA and Chris Ridgeway. 

In addition to Keiji Muto’s final match, NOSAWA Rongai has been stating that the Tokyo Dome show will be his last as well. He’ll be tagging with Mazada to face Taiji Ishimori and Gedo.