Minoru Suzuki wraps up U.S. tour

After a two-month long tour of the United States, Minoru Suzuki is returning to Japan

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Suzuki is heading back home.

Following his appearance at the post-IMPACT Bound For Glory TV tapings, Minoru Suzuki officially wrapped up his two-month tour of North America. Suzuki wrote a message on Instagram and noted that he has spent two months with American wrestling fans and he will see everyone next time.

The two-month long tour “Minoru Suzuki’s Solo U.S. Circuit Tour” is over, and I’m leaving the hotel for the airport. I spent two months with American wrestling fans. A lot of experiences and scars have been carved into my body. Oh no…I’m getting stronger again. No matter where I am in the world, I can live with wrestling!
See you next time…

I’m the KING

Suzuki made his AEW debut at All Out and had several matches in the company on Dynamite and Rampage. He worked the New Japan STRONG tapings in Texas and Philadelphia. Along the way, he had singles matches for independent promotions against the likes of Jonathan Gresham, Anthony Henry, Calvin Tankman, Dominic Garrini and Nick Gage.

Suzuki works as a freelancer for New Japan Pro-Wrestling and he last wrestled for the company in Japan in August. He is 53 years of age and has been involved in wrestling for 30 years.

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