AJPW disciplines Hokuto Omori for his actions at a bar, 30% pay cut, must remain alcohol-free for 3 months

All Japan Pro Wrestling disciplines a member of the talent roster for his actions at a bar

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There was “non-compliance behavior” at a bar from Omori. 

Former All Asia Tag Team Champion and member of the All Japan Pro Wrestling roster, Hokuto Omori, has been disciplined by the company. 

AJPW posted on their official website that action has been taken against Omori for his “non-compliance behavior” at a bar. The details of what occurred was not shared but Omori is getting his pay reduced by 30 percent, he must remain alcohol-free and cannot be present at drinking establishments and all of that is in effect until March 31st. 

AJPW pushed out the following statement: 

We will work to prevent a recurrence of such an incident and will further ensure compliance. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this incident may have caused to those involved. We sincerely apologize.

The 27-year-old Omori was last in action for AJPW on January 11th when he tagged with Minoru Suzuki. 

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