Chase Owens Out Of World Tag League Due To Family Death

Chase Owens is out of NJPW World Tag League. 

New Japan Pro-Wrestling is currently in the middle of their World Tag League Tournament. But, one team has now forfeited and withdrawn from the competition. Chase Owens has sadly pulled out of the remainder of World Tag League due to a death in his family and will be heading back home. NJPW announced that he and his partner Bad Luck Fale will be pulled from the rest of the tournament and two points will be handed to their upcoming scheduled opponents due to forfeit. You can see NJPW’s full statement below.

Thank you for supporting New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Chase Owens, who has been competing alongside Bad Luck Fale in the World Tag League, will be returning home for the remainder of the series following a death in the family, and will be absent from events starting tonight in Osaka. We apologize to fans who were looking forward to seeing Chase wrestle, and appreciate your understanding. Tonight’s scheduled bout between Fale and Owens and Bishamon will be cancelled. For the remainder of the tour, Chase and Fale’s World Tag League matches will be forfeited, and two points awarded to their scheduled opponents. Forthcoming World and Super Junior Tag League dates will also see card changes; check for full information. NJPW joins fans in wishing our condolences to Chase’s family. 


We send our condolences to Chase Owens.

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