Even as debuts are being made into the WWE and new talents are been introduced into the field, some old wrestlers seems also to be done with the career so they plan retirement. During an interview, the Japanese wrestler Keiichi Yamada who is otherwise known as Jushin Thunder Liger discussed how closed he is to his retirement.
The 50 years old japanese wrestler discussed his career stating how he has begun and how he has planed retirement for the next 5 years. It is very still very far, isn’t it? Thunde Linger has wrestled for 30 years areas where he worked includes; New Japan Pro Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling, Ring of Honor and TNA, among others.
Last year, the WWE invited Linger to a match as a special guess of honor. In honor to the invitation, he was fixed in a match against Tyler Breeze at NXT Takeover, which Linger eventually won.
Furthermore, Linger has recorded lots of awards and trophies, he participated in a Mixed Martial as at 2002, which unlickily to him was defeated by Minoru Suzuki. Give or take, Liger has thirty trophies continuously in his career. In no mean time, we would be saying goodbye to Linger.