WWE has revealed a few international signings recently. The pandemic might have slowed down some of their arrivals, but it appears they are still on their way.
Two years ago, he was invited as a guest coach to the American professional wrestling organization “WWE” to provide guidance. Considering that it was highly evaluated there, it seems that it is the favorite to enter WWE as it is.
We will have to see when Hideki Suzuki makes his debut for WWE, and which brand he lands on. The company is rumored to be planning several international specials, and his inclusion in a Japanese event could bring a lot of attention to the product.
Suzuki has picked up a lot of titles during his thirteen years in pro wrestling. Most of his work has been in Japan, but he did make an appearance at GCW’s Bloodsport in 2019 where he defeated Timothy Thatcher.