Yusuke Okada leaving AJPW, set to become free agent in 2021

Yusuke Okada is departing All Japan Pro Wrestling and he is set to become a free agent in January of 2021.

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All Japan Pro Wrestling made the announcement that Yusuke Okada is departing the company at the end of 2020. Okada, a winner of the AJPW Jr. Tag League tournament will become a free agent in January as his contract is expiring. AJPW noted on social media that they look forward to the fans’ continued support of their company and Okada.

Yusuke met with All Japan President Takeki Fukuda on December 8th in Tokyo to formally announce his departure. Okada was a part of the company dating back to January of 2017. During the presser, Okada stated that he is proud to have been a part of AJPW. His last match with the company will be their 12/13 Korakuen Hall show.

AJPW recently wrapped up their Real World Tag League tournament and to read about who emerged victorious from the tourney, head over to POST Wrestling’s article about the topic.

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