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PROFILE

Tetsuya Naito

UNIT

Los Ingobernables de Japón 

HEIGHT

180cm 

WEIGHT

102kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

22 Jun 1982 

Tetsuya Naito
HEIGHT
180cm 
WEIGHT
102kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
22 Jun 1982 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Adachi-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
BLOOD TYPE
AB 
DEBUT
27 May 2006 
FINISH HOLD

Destino, Gloria, Valentia (Northern Lights Bomb), Stardust press, Esperanza

 
THEME SONG
STARDUST 
BLOG
http://ameblo.jp/naito-tetsuya/ 
TWITTER
@s_d_naito 

BIOGRAPHY

Naito is the brazen leader of Los Ingobernables de Japon, wrestling with unparalleled charisma and a burning desire to show the world what he can do.

After debuting in NJPW in May 2006 his first success was to be in the first team to win both IWGP Junior Heavyweight and Heavyweight Tag Team Champions (as a part of NO LIMIT, with Yujiro Takahashi). In September 2013, he won the NEVER Openweight Championship. In November 2015 he founded Los Ingobernables de Japon (L・I・J) and began a successful rise within NJPW that culminated on January 4 & 5 2020 when he became the first ever double IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion. 

In the challenging year of 2020, Naito was a model of the tenacity of the human spirit, and looked to continue to lead NJPW into 2021. Yet it was Kota Ibushi that emerged with the double gold. Naito wants as many people as possible to see just what he is capable of, and to do that, he now begins a journey back to the Tokyo Dome main event in 2022.

Naito is the brazen leader of Los Ingobernables de Japon, wrestling with unparalleled charisma and a burning desire to show the world what he can do.

After debuting in NJPW in May 2006 his first success was to be in the first team to win both IWGP Junior Heavyweight and Heavyweight Tag Team Champions (as a part of NO LIMIT, with Yujiro Takahashi). In September 2013, he won the NEVER Openweight Championship. In November 2015 he founded Los Ingobernables de Japon (L・I・J) and began a successful rise within NJPW that culminated on January 4 & 5 2020 when he became the first ever double IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion. 

In the challenging year of 2020, Naito was a model of the tenacity of the human spirit, and looked to continue to lead NJPW into 2021. Yet it was Kota Ibushi that emerged with the double gold. Naito wants as many people as possible to see just what he is capable of, and to do that, he now begins a journey back to the Tokyo Dome main event in 2022.

FINISH HOLD

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    Destino

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