Fred Rosser has announced he has signed an exclusive agreement with NJPW.
Rosser confirmed the news on Twitter this afternoon, writing: “I’m excited to officially announce I’ve signed W/ NJPW! All I can say moving forward is, don’t ever let your dreams just be dreams because as long as you’re patient & believe in your dreams, anything is possible. Patience is a talent.”
Since last year, Rosser has regularly competed on NJPW Strong, a show that features talent from New Japan of America that is taped in the United States. Earlier this year, he competed in the New Japan Cup USA tournament, qualifying after he defeated JR Kratos. However, he lost to Hikuleo in the first round. He later defeated Hikuelo in a no disqualification match.
Prior to NJPW, Rosser had been with WWE, signing in 2009. He was most well known for his time in the Nexus stable, and later teamed with Titus O'Neil as the Prime Time Players. He was released from his WWE contract in 2017. He has also recently made appearances for the NWA.