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Video: Kassius Ohno is back



After dominating the indie scene for the past three years, Chris Hero returned to NXT as Kassius Ohno last night at Full Sail University.

Here’s the official statement regarding Ohno’s return via

As first reported on Twitter, Kassius Ohno stepped between the yellow ropes for the first time in more than three years to confront NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura.

At the conclusion of the night’s event, Nakamura was celebrating with the NXT Universe when Ohno’s music suddenly blared through the arena. The returning Superstar — widely considered to be one of the world’s top competitors — wasted no time making his intentions clear, as he approached Nakamura, slapped the champion’s title while it rested on his shoulder and then took his leave as quickly as he had emerged.

Whatever happens as a result of Kassius Ohno’s huge return, this is certain — the landscape of NXT just changed in a big way.

Report: Chris Hero is WWE bound

Hero will make his final indie appearances during Royal Rumble weekend for Evolve 76 and 77.

Evolve 77 is on January 28th, the afternoon of the NXT TakeOver: San Antonio show, meaning Hero (Ohno) should make his presence felt immediately on one of the Networks biggest NXT shows of the year. WWNLive has announced that Hero will be allowed to pick his opponent on Friday night at Evolve 76. On Saturday afternoon, Hero’s going away opponent will be none other than Zack Sabre Jr. for Evolve 77.

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