NJPW Star's Angle Injury Update


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NJPW Star's Angle Injury Update

Kota Ibushi is a famous wrestler and he works for the NJPW. He wrestled at New Japan’s G1 Climax 29. He wrestled during the first night of the event. He injured his ankle that night. It was the 6th of July. Ibushi is still a member of the G1 tournament.

She wrestled SANADA this past Saturday and managed to beat him. He wrestled Hiroshi Tanahashi and Shota Umino recently at Hiroshima. Ibushi spoke about his angle a while back. He posted an update on Twitter. In the post he stated that he is feeling alright.

He also stated that the AT-mini machine that he uses is working well for him. The post read, “I returned from Hiroshima on the first bullet train but I can not sleep at all! But there was a stimulus that came in again in a long time in yesterday's game.

Enjoy the game. I completely forgot. There were a couple of reasons why I couldn't enjoy it, but from now on I enjoy it! I remembered! Do it! I feel that my feet are doing well. This AT-mini is very good." Ankle injuries are very common in the world of professional wrestling.

Ankle injuries can put a wrestler out for a really long time. Wrestler put a lot of pressure on their ankles. High flying wrestler are especially prone to getting their ankles injured.