Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 14, 2013
Former WWE/TNA/ROH Talent Low Ki Retires

Former WWE/TNA/ROH Talent Low Ki Retires

Former WWE, TNA, ROH and New Japan performer Low-Ki posted the following on Twitter:

Due to @alljapan_pw not honoring their contractual obligations of medical care after being injured in AJPW, I’m retiring from Pro Wrestling

Low-Ki was injured by Akebono, sustaining a rib injury at an All-Japan show last month in what will be his last match. Low-Ki was a part of TNA in two stints from 2002-2004 and 2006-2008. Low-Ki was in ROH in different stints between 2002-2006 and was the first ROH champion. As Kaval, Low-Ki was signed by WWE in 2009 and won the second season of WWE NXT before being released by WWE in late-2010. Low-Ki wrestled in New Japan from 2012 to early 2013, winning their Junior Heavyweight Title. Low-Ki has also been a part of indy companies PWG, EVOLVE and Jersey All Pro throughout his career.


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