Takashi Sugiura out of action due to lens subluxation

Image Courtesy: Pro Wrestling NOAH

He missed shows on 6/22 and 6/24. 

Pro Wrestling NOAH pushed out the announcement that four-time GHC Heavyweight Champion Takashi Sugiura was off their June 22nd and 24th events due to lens subluxation. 

National Institutes of Health has the following description of lens subluxation: 

Lens subluxation is a common ophthalmic disease, which refers to the change of lens position caused by a zonal abnormality. The causes of microzona abnormality and lens subluxation are varied, including ocular trauma, hereditary diseases (such as Marfan syndrome), and spontaneous subluxation. Global injury is the most common cause, accounting for 53%, while spontaneous subluxation is the rarest. 

There is no timetable for Sugiura’s return. NOAH noted that he would be out ‘for a while’. 

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