Hideki Suzuki returning to Pro Wrestling NOAH for Tag Title tournament

For the first time since 2020, Hideki Suzuki will be competing at a Pro Wrestling NOAH event

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NOAH is welcoming Hideki Suzuki back for their tag tournament.

As a result of Keiji Muto being out of action, he and Naomichi Marufuji had to vacate the GHC Tag Team Championships. New champions are going to be determined by way of a tag tournament.

At the 2/23 NOAH event, a video featuring Hideki Suzuki aired and he stated that he’ll be coming to NOAH on March 13th to tag with Takashi Sugiura in the tournament. They’ll be taking on Kenoh and current GHC National Champion Masakatsu Funaki in the first round.

The last time that Suzuki competed for NOAH was in December of 2020. He tagged with the newly crowned GHC Heavyweight Champion Kazuyuki Fujita.

Hideki joined WWE and worked for the company as a coach. He made his on-screen debut as a part of Diamond Mine. Suzuki was the on-screen coach for the group up until his departure from WWE.

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