Hikaru Shida Unware That She Wasn’t In Owen Hart Tournament – WrestlingRumors.net


IMG Credit score: All Elite Wrestling

Properly, that could possibly be an issue. In line with a report from Cageside Seats, AEW celebrity Hikaru Shida might not have been conscious that she was pulled from the Owen Hart Memorial Match.

Shida, who was written out of the match on account of damage, merely tweeted, “what?” close to the announcement:

She would go on to say that she has competed in 4 matches after her road combat with Serena Deeb and had simply completed essentially the most unbelievable combating musical present. She then stated that one way or the other she was injured, in accordance with AEW, and that she was sorry that she wasn’t within the match.

Properly…. I already had 4 matches after the road combat and simply completed the best combating musical present.
However I appear to have been injured…
Japanese wrestling is nothing for them. I’m so sorry.
And sorry couldn’t be within the match too.

Shida has been wrestling in Japan since her loss to Deeb. She additionally carried out within the ‘Makai’ combating musical drama.

She would proceed to say that though she was sorry that she couldn’t compete, she was glad that Kris Statlander can be her alternative:

I’m glad from my coronary heart that Kris is within the match now.
And I’m gonna attempt to take pleasure in sudden holidays in Japan as a result of it has been some time earlier than I had.
Be constructive!

 

Editor’s Opinion:

It is a unhealthy search for AEW, and it seems that the strains of communication between Tony Khan and the expertise aren’t nearly as good as everybody claims them to be. I hope to see Shida again within the ring very quickly, as I believe she’s very proficient and one of many focal factors of the division!

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