All-Japan News: Nobukazu Hirai Update, K-1 Champ Participation, More
Some All-Japan news, starting first and foremost with an update on Nobukazu Hirai (Super Hate):
According to reports from both All-Japan and SportsNavi, Hirai was diagnosed with some kind of hematoma (according to my translation). He remains unconscious but was breathing spontaneously on his own after a respirator was removed according to family and hospital staff. Translations of the reports:
To appeal the physical condition defectiveness after the May 29th Kobe sun baud hole conference playing, because was conveyed the super [heito] player (the Hirai Noboru harmony player) up-to-date condition understood in the hospital, we inform. Name of a disease: Hematoma under acutely dura mater Presently, you remove the artificial respiration machine and do spontaneous breath, have not recovered consciousness but it is in a state where the reaction has been shown vis-a-vis questioning the relative and the hospital authorized personnel. Worry is assumed on everyone of the fan very much, but as soon as new information to enter, we convey in the home page and the like. In addition, with all the Japanese professional wrestling we pray the recovery whose also one day of super [heito] player is quick from heart.
All the Japanese professional wrestling on the 31st, appealed the physical condition defectiveness after the Kobe sun baud hole conference playing May 29th and were conveyed announced that “the super [heito]” thing Hirai Noboru harmony player was diagnosed the hematoma under the acutely dura mater to the hospital. After the hospital conveying you operate urgently, safe success. Presently you remove the artificial respiration machine and do spontaneous breath, have not recovered consciousness yet but you say that the reaction has been shown vis-a-vis questioning the relative and the hospital authorized personnel. We pray the recovery of the Hirai player.
In other news, the July tour, SUMMER ACTIN SERIES 2011, has been announced. The schedule:
7/17-Matsumoto Show Hall
7/20-Sakata City Gym
7/21-Tochigi Cultural Center
7/30-Osaka Prefectural Gym #2
7/31-Aichi Prefectural Gym
Additionally, the 4/29 Kuki City Gym event that was postponed due to the 3/11 earthquake & tsunami has now been rescheduled for 7/9.
At a press conference today, it was announced that K-1 (kickboxing) Heavyweight Champion Kyotaro will participate in All-Japan on 6/19 at Ryogoku, facing Masakatsu Funaki in a pro wrestling match. Also added to 6/19 is Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori vs. Akebono & Ryota Hama. The winners will get the next shot at the All-Japan World Tag Team Titles after the event.
Finally, with Super Hate out indefinitely, he has been removed from a 6-way match on 6/12 for the next All-Japan World Jr. Heavyweight Title shot after 6/19. It’ll now just include Kaz Hayashi, Shuji Kondo, Hiroshi Yamato, BUSHI & MAZADA.