NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

Ren Narita

UNIT

LA DOJO 

HEIGHT

182cm 

WEIGHT

83kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

29 Nov 1997 

Ren Narita
HEIGHT
182cm 
WEIGHT
83kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
29 Nov 1997 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Aomori-shi, Aomori 
BLOOD TYPE
DEBUT
4 Jul 2017 
FINISH HOLD

Narita Special #3, Narita Special #4, Guillotine Knee, Palo Special

 
TWITTER
@rennarita_njpw 

BIOGRAPHY

After turning heads with an aggressive attitude an effective, hard hitting in ring style, Ren Narita impressed as a Young Lion before entering the 2019 Young Lion Cup.

Narita would end the tournament tied for second place. Eager to learn more, he would ask to join Katsuyori Shibata’s LA Dojo, and was accepted, heading to the US to continue his journey. With matches against Tom Lawlor and Will Ospreay, Narita continued his advance in the US. Ending his excursion by defeating Juice Robinson in a bloody Las Vegas war, Narita rebranded himself as the Son of Strong Style, and made his homecoming October 10 2022 at Declaration of Power. 

Narita would enter the tournament to crown the first NJPW World TV Champion, and stunned crowds with big wins over Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano and SANADA. Now set to face Zack Sabre Jr. in the final at Wrestle Kingdom 17, the Son of Strong Style stood to make history and spearhead a ‘changing of the guard’.

After turning heads with an aggressive attitude an effective, hard hitting in ring style, Ren Narita impressed as a Young Lion before entering the 2019 Young Lion Cup.

Narita would end the tournament tied for second place. Eager to learn more, he would ask to join Katsuyori Shibata’s LA Dojo, and was accepted, heading to the US to continue his journey. With matches against Tom Lawlor and Will Ospreay, Narita continued his advance in the US. Ending his excursion by defeating Juice Robinson in a bloody Las Vegas war, Narita rebranded himself as the Son of Strong Style, and made his homecoming October 10 2022 at Declaration of Power. 

Narita would enter the tournament to crown the first NJPW World TV Champion, and stunned crowds with big wins over Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano and SANADA. Now set to face Zack Sabre Jr. in the final at Wrestle Kingdom 17, the Son of Strong Style stood to make history and spearhead a ‘changing of the guard’.

FINISH HOLD

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    Bridging Front Suplex

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