NOAH’s Daisuke Harada sidelined with neck injury, pulled from events through early September

After undergoing an MRI, Daisuke Harada was pulled from NOAH events through early September because of a neck injury

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Harada’s MRI results to be shared after NOAH’s September 3rd event.

16-year veteran and 4-time GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion Daisuke Harada has been pulled from Pro Wrestling NOAH events through September 3rd.

The organization shared that Harada is dealing with a neck injury. The decision to pull him from in-ring action was made after he underwent an MRI scan, conducted by NOAH’s medical staff, who consulted with Shunji Asamoto, Director of the Spine and Spinal Center, Department of Neurosurgery at Makita General Hospital.

Results of Harada’s examination will be shared after NOAH’s event in Osaka on September 3rd.

The 35-year-old Harada last wrestled on August 17th as a part of a six-man tag.

This coming weekend, NOAH is going to be wrapping up their N-1 Victory tournament. There is a tie for first place in both blocks. GHC Heavyweight Champion Kenoh and Hideki Suzuki are tied in the A block and Takashi Sugiura and Satoshi Kojima are tied in the B Block.

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