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The NJPW star wrote on X Saturday night that he was retired, saying it “sucks”.

“Yeah I’m retired and it sucks now leave me the f*** alone,” he wrote. “Actually I have some merch and gear to sell still so don’t f*** off just yet.”

Coughlin, 30, is part of Bullet Club War Dogs and is a former NJPW Strong Openweight Tag Team Champion with Gabe Kidd. His last match with NJPW took place on February 11, where he teamed with the rest of the War Dogs stable in a winning effort against Will Ospreay and the rest of the the United Empire in a cage match that served as Ospreay’s final match as a NJPW talent.

Beginning his wrestling career in 2018 for New York Wrestling Connection, he started with NJPW later that year and began training as a young lion. He graduated from that career phase in 2021 and started wrestling as The Android. In June of last year, he and Gabe Kidd joined Bullet Club and won the Strong Tag Team titles from Hirooki Goto and YOSHI-HASHI. They lost the titles later that year to the Guerrillas of Destiny.