NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

Chase Owens

UNIT

BULLET CLUB 

HEIGHT

185cm 

WEIGHT

93kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

7 Mar 1990 

Chase Owens
HEIGHT
185cm 
WEIGHT
93kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
7 Mar 1990 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Tennessee, USA 
DEBUT
2007 
FINISH HOLD

Package Piledriver, Jewel Heist

 
TWITTER
@realchaseowens 
TWITCH
Crownjewelbc 

BIOGRAPHY

After cutting his teeth on the American indie circuit, Chase Owens won the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship, a title he defended on his NJPW debut at King of Pro Wrestling 2014. 

Joining BULLET CLUB and then transitioning into the heavyweight ranks, Owens became the faction’s ‘glue guy’: someone who can team effectively with any combination of partners against any opponents. Though he has never been able to secure a championship in NJPW to date, he’s a dangerous figure both in Japan and in the US on NJPW STRONG.

Owens started his 2021 in the New Japan Ranbo to kick off Wrestle Kingdom 15. Despite hailing from Tennessee, he drew inspiration from great Texans, to go from number one right to the end, but was foiled in the following four way for the KOPW 2021 trophy by Toru Yano. Heading back to Texas, he won the Texas Heavyweight Championship, but the title wasn’t enough for him to beat yano in a YTR Strap Match. It wasn’t until July 25 that the King of Texas became the King of Pro-Wrestling with a surprise new Japan Ranbo victory in the Tokyo Dome, but his reign was a brief one, an I Quit battle with Yano ending when a crazed Yano threatened to take out Owens’ eye.

After cutting his teeth on the American indie circuit, Chase Owens won the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship, a title he defended on his NJPW debut at King of Pro Wrestling 2014. 

Joining BULLET CLUB and then transitioning into the heavyweight ranks, Owens became the faction’s ‘glue guy’: someone who can team effectively with any combination of partners against any opponents. Though he has never been able to secure a championship in NJPW to date, he’s a dangerous figure both in Japan and in the US on NJPW STRONG.

Owens started his 2021 in the New Japan Ranbo to kick off Wrestle Kingdom 15. Despite hailing from Tennessee, he drew inspiration from great Texans, to go from number one right to the end, but was foiled in the following four way for the KOPW 2021 trophy by Toru Yano. Heading back to Texas, he won the Texas Heavyweight Championship, but the title wasn’t enough for him to beat yano in a YTR Strap Match. It wasn’t until July 25 that the King of Texas became the King of Pro-Wrestling with a surprise new Japan Ranbo victory in the Tokyo Dome, but his reign was a brief one, an I Quit battle with Yano ending when a crazed Yano threatened to take out Owens’ eye.

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