Karl Fredericks has confirmed his NJPW departure, revealing that as of today (August 1), he’s a free agent.
In a statement shared to social media, Fredericks noted that he will not be re-signing with NJPW at this time.
Grateful for the support he received while with the company, Fredericks wrote:
“As of today August 1st I am no longer under contract with New Japan Pro Wrestling and I will not be re-signing with the company at this time. Though there is disappointment in the ending of this chapter I am grateful for the last four years traveling the world and growing with my best friends.
I want to say thank you to the company for the opportunities and especially thank you to Shibata-San for believing in me and bringing me along his journey with the LA Dojo. Last but not least thank you to my fans and thank you to the NJPW fans for Your support over these years. I hope You will continue to support me along my path wherever that may lead. ??”
Fredericks joined the NJPW LA Dojo in 2018, making his debut for the promotion that November.
last wrestled for NJPW during the STRONG: Collision taping in May, with his match against AEW’s QT Marshall airing on the June 11 episode.
— Karl Fredericks • カール・フレドリックス (@karlfredericks_) August 1, 2022
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