Japanese wrestler Kenta Kobayashi could be signed by the WWE, according to wrestlinginc.com.
The 33-year-old, who will be leaving Pro Wrestling Noah on May 17, could now make the move to the WWE in the near future.
The superstar has been with Noah since its launch, but has recently been involved in the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.
If reports are to be believed, the WWE have yet to offer Kenta a place in the industry, with the Japanese star waiting to be contacted.
Kenta could follow previous Japanese superstars into the WWE, after stars like Tajiri and Funaki have enjoyed previous success.
WWE fans will currently be gearing themselves up for this weekend's Extreme Rules pay-per-view event.
The top stars in the industry are all set to feature, with Daniel Bryan set to take on Kane in the main event.
The highly anticipated match between the Evolution and The Shield could, however, be the standout contest of the night.
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