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PROFILE

Hiromu Takahashi

UNIT

Los Ingobernables de Japón 

HEIGHT

171cm 

WEIGHT

88kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

4 Dec 1989 

Hiromu Takahashi
HEIGHT
171cm 
WEIGHT
88kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
4 Dec 1989 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, Japan 
BLOOD TYPE
DEBUT
24 Aug 2010 
FINISH HOLD

Time Bomb, Dynamite Plunger, ‘D’, Time Bomb II

 
THEME SONG
TIME BOMB 
TWITTER
@TIMEBOMB1105 

BIOGRAPHY

The “Ticking Time Bomb” and a member of Los Ingobernables de Japón, HiromuTakahashi is arguably the brightest star in the Junior Heavyweight division.Certainly his explosive power and wild style is beyond question.

After exploding back to New Japan from excursion on January 4 2017, Hiromu won the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title by beating KUSHIDA. Although his reign didnot continue for long, Hiromu won Best of the Super Jr. 25 and got back to bethe IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion in 2018. Coming back from a neck injury, Hiromu’s challenge to Will Ospreay for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title was successful on January 4 2020. Hiromu lost the title to Taiji Ishimori in Jingu on August 29 2020, but he won the Best of the Super Jr.27, taking a huge step back to the top of his division. 

On January 4 2021, Hiromu beat El Phantasmo for the right to challenge for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship, and won the title from Ishimori on the following day. Hiromu called on SHO who beat him in the Best of the Super Jr. 27 to be the challenger for the Championship, and set himself an ambitious new goal: to headline in the Tokyo Dome with the Junior Heavyweight Championship. That goal hit an obstacle in February when a torn pectoral put Hiromu on the shelf, but when he comes back, he is sure to reach even greater heights. 

The “Ticking Time Bomb” and a member of Los Ingobernables de Japón, HiromuTakahashi is arguably the brightest star in the Junior Heavyweight division.Certainly his explosive power and wild style is beyond question.

After exploding back to New Japan from excursion on January 4 2017, Hiromu won the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title by beating KUSHIDA. Although his reign didnot continue for long, Hiromu won Best of the Super Jr. 25 and got back to bethe IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion in 2018. Coming back from a neck injury, Hiromu’s challenge to Will Ospreay for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title was successful on January 4 2020. Hiromu lost the title to Taiji Ishimori in Jingu on August 29 2020, but he won the Best of the Super Jr.27, taking a huge step back to the top of his division. 

On January 4 2021, Hiromu beat El Phantasmo for the right to challenge for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship, and won the title from Ishimori on the following day. Hiromu called on SHO who beat him in the Best of the Super Jr. 27 to be the challenger for the Championship, and set himself an ambitious new goal: to headline in the Tokyo Dome with the Junior Heavyweight Championship. That goal hit an obstacle in February when a torn pectoral put Hiromu on the shelf, but when he comes back, he is sure to reach even greater heights. 

FINISH HOLD

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    TIME BOMB

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