We are left with the desire, certainly, that those statements by Neville about his departure from WWE were legitimate. But the fighter himself stepped in to clarify that someone supplanted his identity on Instagram. Thus, it was demonstrated that PAC wants to turn the page, avoiding any possible controversy. While, this one prefers to speak about the ring, and three months after changing of airs, its first great combat has been announced.
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A duel between compatriots that promises to delight the present public. Live At The Cockpit, the longest-running event in the history of RPW, will once again feature Zack Saber Jr., a regular on the British independent circuit. PAC has already been reunited with fans of this promotion on Thursday, but next January 6th, it will face a challenge from another level.
Because, without a doubt, Saber has been and is being one of the most outstanding fighters of 2018. Winner of the latest New Japan Cup, his highly technical style has allowed him to beat names such as Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada or Tetsuya Naito. And one of his fights has already received a 5-star rating from Dave Meltzer.
Although not together a rival. But in a hand in hand with A-Kid, Spanish gladiator, during the Total Rumble 8 event of the Triple W promotion (based in Madrid).
A clash with PAC scheduled for just two days after Wrestle Kingdom 13. There, precisely, Saber will try to take the RPW Full Weight Championship. To do this, he has to defeat Tomohiro Ishii. He did with the scepter after beating Minoru Suzuki during Global Wars UK last month. We will see if the consequences of this duel will take their toll. Of course, if you want to beat “The Stone Pitbull” you must leave your skin.
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