Ibushi… Are they telling each other to be ‘Tranquilo’? Tetsuya Naito…
Yes or No? It was Ibushi who was making the signal
to be ‘Tranquilo’, wasn’t it? Naito’s being more aggressive this time. But Ibushi seems to be holding him at bay?
What’s his motive? Naito always has something planned, But Ibushi is not always sure where he’s heading. He’s being more careful, isn’t he? Ibushi won’t jump in just yet.
A different attitude from him. The winners are getting their arms raised.
But Ibushi is watching Naito, very closely. Ibushi’s not leaving.
He’s approaching Naito. They’re closing in on each other. Naito’s trying to lure him in, isn’t he? Usually, Ibushi would jump at this moment,
but he’s being extra cautious. A little bit…
The way he… How he treats the title… He’s being awfully rough, isn’t he? Naito doesn’t need to rush, But I’m choosing to hurry myself. Naito doesn’t need to, honestly, Because he’s already made it to the top. But I need to rush myself. I haven’t really done that before.. But I have to hurry.
I must. I don’t think there’ll be other chances. That belt, no doubt about it,
it will be mine. I’ll shine it up. I’m that confident. So, I’m asking for a title match. I want a title match.
I want to face him. The Intercontinental title has been
getting too dirty. Today, near the ring,
Ibushi told me that he’s rushing. Why the rush? He did beat me in the first round, So I’m saying it now,
Ibushi will be the number one contender He doesn’t need be in such a hurry, does he? But I’m glad I was able to see his determination. So, the next title match will be
Naito against Ibushi, right? All that’s left is for New Japan to
decide when and where. But he says he’s in a hurry. Maybe we’ll fight in 2 days, in Nagaoka,
on short notice, right? Well, I’ll make sure I’m prepared when I
arrive in Nagaoka in a couple of days. I’ll keep saying this…
Ibushi, You should remember this word, absolutely… TRANQUILO! ASSENAYO! Adios.