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PROFILE

Kenny Omega

HEIGHT

183cm 

WEIGHT

99kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

16 Oct 1983 

Kenny Omega
HEIGHT
183cm 
WEIGHT
99kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
16 Oct 1983 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Manitoba, Canada 
DEBUT
Feb 2000 
FINISH HOLD

One Winged Angel , V trigger, Croyt’s wrath

 
THEME SONG
DEVIL'S SKY 
TWITTER
@KennyOmegamanX 

BIOGRAPHY

The charismatic, yet enigmatic, leader of the BULLET CLUB. After debuting in Canada in 2000 it was clear Omega would be one to watch. Towering over many in Junior Heavyweight division, his powerful, and at times reckless, style garnered attention from wrestling fans around the world. He made the switch from DDT Pro Wrestling to New Japan in 2014 and quickly began plotting a course to the top. January 2016 proved fateful for Omega, as he ousted AJ Styles to become leader of the BULLET CLUB. Having transitioned into the Heavyweight division through rigorous training, Omega has held the IWGP Intercontinental title as well as the extinction of being the only foreign wrestler to win the G1 CLIMAX.

In June 2018, he defeated Kazuchika Okada in a best 2 out of 3 falls match to be crowned the IWGP Heavyweight champion, and held the championship until Wrestle Kingdom 13. In a battle with G1 Climax winner Hiroshi Tanahashi, Omega’s title and his very philosophy when it came to professional wrestling was being defended. Ultimately, Tanahashi came out on top, and Omega hasn’t been seen in NJPW since. Could the One Winged Angel take flight in New Japan once more someday?

The charismatic, yet enigmatic, leader of the BULLET CLUB. After debuting in Canada in 2000 it was clear Omega would be one to watch. Towering over many in Junior Heavyweight division, his powerful, and at times reckless, style garnered attention from wrestling fans around the world. He made the switch from DDT Pro Wrestling to New Japan in 2014 and quickly began plotting a course to the top. January 2016 proved fateful for Omega, as he ousted AJ Styles to become leader of the BULLET CLUB. Having transitioned into the Heavyweight division through rigorous training, Omega has held the IWGP Intercontinental title as well as the extinction of being the only foreign wrestler to win the G1 CLIMAX.

In June 2018, he defeated Kazuchika Okada in a best 2 out of 3 falls match to be crowned the IWGP Heavyweight champion, and held the championship until Wrestle Kingdom 13. In a battle with G1 Climax winner Hiroshi Tanahashi, Omega’s title and his very philosophy when it came to professional wrestling was being defended. Ultimately, Tanahashi came out on top, and Omega hasn’t been seen in NJPW since. Could the One Winged Angel take flight in New Japan once more someday?

FINISH HOLD

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    One Winged Angel

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