NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

Jay White

UNIT

BULLET CLUB 

HEIGHT

186cm 

WEIGHT

100kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

9 Oct 1992 

Jay White
HEIGHT
186cm 
WEIGHT
100kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
9 Oct 1992 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Auckland, New Zealand 
DEBUT
19 Feb 2013 
FINISH HOLD

Blade Runner, Uranage, Kiwi Krusher, Blade Buster, TTO

 
TWITTER
@JayWhiteNZ 

BIOGRAPHY

Jay White made his pro debut in September 2013, before attending the December 2014 NJPW tryout, and joining the Dojo in January 2015. On his return from learning excursion to the US in November 2017, he had reinvented himself as the devious scheming Switchblade, and by 2018 had betrayed CHAOS and poached the services of Gedo, before joining BULLET CLUB.

As skilled in the ring as he is in Machiavellian schemes, White had won the IWGP United States, Intercontinental and IWGP Heavyweight Championships all within two years of his return. May 2002 saw the NEVER Openweight Championship added to complete an unprecedented singles championship grand slam. 

Now labelling himself the ‘Catalyst of Professional Wrestling’, White broadened his reach into IMPACT, AEW and NJPW STRONG where he beat a rogue’s gallery of contenders in the U-S-of-Jay Open Challenge Series. Then, deciding to call time on IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada, he returned to Japan at Dontaku 2022 before defeating Okada at Dominion, adding the world title to his unprecedented set of achievements. 

Jay White made his pro debut in September 2013, before attending the December 2014 NJPW tryout, and joining the Dojo in January 2015. On his return from learning excursion to the US in November 2017, he had reinvented himself as the devious scheming Switchblade, and by 2018 had betrayed CHAOS and poached the services of Gedo, before joining BULLET CLUB.

As skilled in the ring as he is in Machiavellian schemes, White had won the IWGP United States, Intercontinental and IWGP Heavyweight Championships all within two years of his return. May 2002 saw the NEVER Openweight Championship added to complete an unprecedented singles championship grand slam. 

Now labelling himself the ‘Catalyst of Professional Wrestling’, White broadened his reach into IMPACT, AEW and NJPW STRONG where he beat a rogue’s gallery of contenders in the U-S-of-Jay Open Challenge Series. Then, deciding to call time on IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada, he returned to Japan at Dontaku 2022 before defeating Okada at Dominion, adding the world title to his unprecedented set of achievements. 

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