NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

BUSHI

UNIT

Los Ingobernables de Japón 

HEIGHT

172cm 

WEIGHT

83kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

5 Apr 1983 

BUSHI
HEIGHT
172cm 
WEIGHT
83kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
5 Apr 1983 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Adachi-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
DEBUT
Mar 2007 
FINISH HOLD

MX, Bushi roll, Poison Mist, Missile Dropkick

 
THEME SONG
BUSHI-DO 
BLOG
http://ameblo.jp/bbbbbushi/ 
TWITTER
@BUSHI_njpw 

BIOGRAPHY

The ‘jet black death mask’ BUSHI revels in dirty tactics, snatching many a victory from unaware opponents. He debuted for All Japan Pro Wrestling in 2005, and began to don his famous masks when wrestling abroad in Mexico. He joined NJPW in January of 2013, but was sidelined following an accident during a match. Upon healing, he returned to join Naito’s Los Ingobernables De Japon in November 2015.

The first member of LIG to secure championship gold, BUSHI scored the CMLL World Welterweight title in December 2015. It is as a tag team wrestler that BUSHI has been most successful however, winning the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships with Shingo Takagi, and being a four time former NEVER Openweight Six Man tag team Champion. 

BUSHI continued to be a ‘glue guy’ in LIJ, but October 2022 saw him make an intriguing play. Reaching out across to Mexico, BUSHI recruited the first non-Japanese member of Los Ingobernables De Japon in Titan, the duo going on to challenge for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship at Battle Autumn.

 

The ‘jet black death mask’ BUSHI revels in dirty tactics, snatching many a victory from unaware opponents. He debuted for All Japan Pro Wrestling in 2005, and began to don his famous masks when wrestling abroad in Mexico. He joined NJPW in January of 2013, but was sidelined following an accident during a match. Upon healing, he returned to join Naito’s Los Ingobernables De Japon in November 2015.

The first member of LIG to secure championship gold, BUSHI scored the CMLL World Welterweight title in December 2015. It is as a tag team wrestler that BUSHI has been most successful however, winning the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships with Shingo Takagi, and being a four time former NEVER Openweight Six Man tag team Champion. 

BUSHI continued to be a ‘glue guy’ in LIJ, but October 2022 saw him make an intriguing play. Reaching out across to Mexico, BUSHI recruited the first non-Japanese member of Los Ingobernables De Japon in Titan, the duo going on to challenge for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship at Battle Autumn.

 

FINISH HOLD

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    MX

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