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In May, White started a short feud with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]], after he announced his intentions of challenging for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the finals of the [[Best of the Super Juniors#2019|2019 Best of the Super Juniors]] on June 5, leading White to attack him. At the event on June 5, White defeated Tanahashi. From July 6 until August 11, White took part in the [[G1 Climax#2019|2019 G1 Climax]]. White started the tournament losing his first three matches. However, White bounced back winning the remaining of his matches, culminating on August 11, White defeating [[Tetsuya Naito]] to in his block and reach the finals of the tournament. On August 12, White was defeated in the finals by [[Kota Ibushi]].
 
In May, White started a short feud with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]], after he announced his intentions of challenging for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the finals of the [[Best of the Super Juniors#2019|2019 Best of the Super Juniors]] on June 5, leading White to attack him. At the event on June 5, White defeated Tanahashi. From July 6 until August 11, White took part in the [[G1 Climax#2019|2019 G1 Climax]]. White started the tournament losing his first three matches. However, White bounced back winning the remaining of his matches, culminating on August 11, White defeating [[Tetsuya Naito]] to in his block and reach the finals of the tournament. On August 12, White was defeated in the finals by [[Kota Ibushi]].
   
On August 25 in the third night of the [[Super J-Cup (2019)|Super J-Cup]], White attacked Tetsuya Naito and challenged him to a match for the [[IWGP Intercontinental Championship]], proclaiming he would become the first IWGP Intercontinental and [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship|Heavyweight Champion]] at [[Wrestle Kingdom 14]] on January 4, 2019. On September 22 at [[Destruction (2019)|Destruction in Kobe]], White defeated Naito to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. After the match, White was attacked by [[Hirooki Goto]], who challenged him to a title match. On November 3 at [[Power Struggle (2019)|Power Struggle]], White defeated Hirooki Goto to retain the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. Following the match, Naito confronted White and challenged him to a match for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. On January 4, 2020 in the first night of [[Wrestle Kingdom 14|Wrestle Kingdom 14 in Tokyo Dome]], White lost the IWGP Intercontinental Championship back to Tetsuya Naito. The following day, in the second night of Wrestle Kingdom 14, White defeated Kota Ibushi.
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On August 25 in the third night of the [[Super J-Cup (2019)|Super J-Cup]], White attacked Tetsuya Naito and challenged him to a match for the [[IWGP Intercontinental Championship]], proclaiming he would become the first IWGP Intercontinental and [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship|Heavyweight Champion]] at [[Wrestle Kingdom 14]] on January 4, 2019. On September 22 at [[Destruction (2019)|Destruction in Kobe]], White defeated Naito to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. After the match, White was attacked by [[Hirooki Goto]], who challenged him to a title match. On November 3 at [[Power Struggle (2019)|Power Struggle]], White defeated Hirooki Goto to retain the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. Following the match, Naito confronted White and challenged him to a match for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. On January 4, 2020 in the first night of [[Wrestle Kingdom 14|Wrestle Kingdom 14 in Tokyo Dome]], White lost the IWGP Intercontinental Championship back to Tetsuya Naito.
   
 
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