Hiroshi Tanahashi and Beer City Bruiser reportedly have signed new contracts with NJPW and ROH respectively, according to the Wrestling Observer.
Hiroshi Tanahashi recently announced on Twitter that he has signed a new contract with New Japan Pro Wrestling, which will keep him in the company for the foreseeable future.
— 棚橋弘至 (@tanahashi1_100) December 27, 2018
Translation via Google Translate:
“Contract renewal with New Japan Wrestling. I will do my best next fiscal year too!”
Beer City Bruiser also recently announced on Twitter that he has signed a new contract with Ring of Honor, which is for one year in length and allows him to work for “select Independent companies” outside of ROH. Besides ROH, WWE reportedly had shown some interest this past summer towards possibly signing Bruiser to a contract with the company.
I have officially re-signed with @ringofhonor wrestling through 2019! With my new contract I am still able to work select Independent companies! It’s still Mouth Punching Time in ROH, so let’s give a Toast Of Honor in 2019!! pic.twitter.com/7gaPCWwClJ
— Beer City Bruiser (@bcbwinchester) December 27, 2018