KUSHIDA has made an important decision



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KUSHIDA has made an important decision

Hard To Kill will be Impact Wrestling's next PPV, the first of the new year as has been the case since the 2020 edition when Tessa Blanchard defeated Sami Callihan to become the first woman to win a world title from a major federation.

Subsequent editions have certainly written another series of important stories such as the 2021 edition, which saw the appearance in the ring of the then AEW World Champion, Kenny Omega. Or that 2022 with the definitive clash between Deonna Purrazzo and Mickie James and the debut of Honor No More.

This year the cards on the table are many and of fine workmanship, but before the normal airing of the event, the pre-show will be the master, for which a 6-Way has been announced that is certainly interesting for the Atlanta public.

Taking on The Design's Angels, NJPW young lion Yuya Uemura, legend Mike Jackson, new draft Bhupinder Gujjar, former X-Division champion Mike Bailey and the returning KUSHIDA.

KUSHIDA will make his return to Impact Wrestling

KUSHIDA actually attended the tapings of the Canadian federation last summer, bringing back his tag with Alex Shelley and thus joining forces with the Motor City Machine Guns in their long fight against Honor No More.

Mike Bailey is instead grappling with an ever deeper feud with Kenny King, while for Mike Jackson, it is a return after his last appearance in the company dating back to the first months of 2020, or the last stop made in Atlanta before the definitive outbreak of COVID and the consequent quarantines and indoor shows.

There will certainly be fun in this dispute useful to warm up the public before the final main show. Also noteworthy is a significant presence in the post show, i.e. the return of Tara to the company, who will take part in a Meet & Greet session with the audience present inside the Center Stage which has already been SOLD OUT for several days.

Pending further updates, we invite you to stay tuned to the WorldWrestling.it newsboard. The Japanese star decided to part ways with the company in a bid to achieve success elsewhere. "They advertised the match [against Von Wagner] and then decided that they would just beat him up instead and injure him and that they would have Ikemen Jiro do the match instead.

So, yeah, the powerbomb over the suitcases, that was writing him off the show," Meltzer continued. "He taught me so much. Our last time in the ring we had a moment of respect between us."