The Federation is releasing Kaz Hayashi, per his request,
so he can return to Japan to compete and be with family.
Kaz is always welcome back here, as he is a very
Damnit..and he was one of the best they had (left) I believe?
"...And I use that to f*ck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
Atleast they didn't FIRE him, as that would really piss me off. Good luck Kaz...
"Kent Brockman here once again at The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, where a complete evacuation has taken place. Details are sketchy at best, so we've taken what little information we have, added our own theories, and concluded that whatever the likely disaster, it's most likely the work of our former president Richard M Nixon, even though he is rumored dead." -Kent Brockman
On one level.... NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!
Kaz was one of my favorite workers in WCW, I was a fan of his since he debuted. Out of all the Asian guys, I always thought he had the right "look" for the big time and it didn't hurt that he was a kick ass wrestler to boot.
But on another level... damn I'm a softy..
It's good that Kaz is doing what he feels like he needs to, which is to return to Japan to be with his family and compete there.
Here's hoping one day he returns state side... or that I can find some good Kaz tapes
Nothing is better than X-pac! It's all in the inflection...
His NWA appearance could be contractually obligated. Although I would assume that he would only have HWA or OVW spots to finish up before he went back to Japan. I guess if he continues to show up on various American indy shows, then we can get suspicious, but until then....
I had excellent seats last night at the Smackdown taping in Tulsa. We were about five rows back from the ring. You would think that would equal a GREAT time, but this was the worst TV taping I've ever attended.