NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

TJP

UNIT

UNITED EMPIRE 

HEIGHT

178cm 

WEIGHT

79kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

1984 Sept. 3 

TJP
HEIGHT
178cm 
WEIGHT
79kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
1984 Sept. 3 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Los Angeles, CA 
FINISH HOLD

Detonation Kick, Pinoy Stretch, Mamba Splash

 
TWITTER
@MegaTJP 

BIOGRAPHY

Starting his in-ring career in 1999, TJP is a young veteran of the game, with two decades of experience wrestling in rings all around the world. 

This includes Japan, where he made his NJPW debut in 2002 as Pinoy Boy, after training extensively in NJPW’s original LA Dojo. TJP wrestled for NJPW between 2002 and 2005, returning in 2011 for the Best of the Super Juniors, where he beat Davey Richards, Jado and Taichi to score a 3-5 record.

In 2019, TJP participated in SUPER J-CUP 2019, reasserting himself in the cerulean blue. A regular on NJPW STRONG through 2020, he entered Super J-Cup that year as well, and mentored the next generation of LA Dojo talent before turning his back on the group to align himself with Will Ospreay and the United Empire. Not long after, TJP would return to Japanese rings, with a positive Best of the Super Jr. record in 2022. Weeks later on June 20, he and Francesco Akira captured the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag team Championships.  

Representing the United Empire on both sides of the Pacific, TJP took his IWGP Jr. tag belt with him to the Us where he wrestled on NJPW STRONG. Defeating Mascara Dorada in singles action, the Public Enemy then boldly stepped to Fred Rosser, challenging him for the STRONG Openweight Championship. 

Starting his in-ring career in 1999, TJP is a young veteran of the game, with two decades of experience wrestling in rings all around the world. 

This includes Japan, where he made his NJPW debut in 2002 as Pinoy Boy, after training extensively in NJPW’s original LA Dojo. TJP wrestled for NJPW between 2002 and 2005, returning in 2011 for the Best of the Super Juniors, where he beat Davey Richards, Jado and Taichi to score a 3-5 record.

In 2019, TJP participated in SUPER J-CUP 2019, reasserting himself in the cerulean blue. A regular on NJPW STRONG through 2020, he entered Super J-Cup that year as well, and mentored the next generation of LA Dojo talent before turning his back on the group to align himself with Will Ospreay and the United Empire. Not long after, TJP would return to Japanese rings, with a positive Best of the Super Jr. record in 2022. Weeks later on June 20, he and Francesco Akira captured the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag team Championships.  

Representing the United Empire on both sides of the Pacific, TJP took his IWGP Jr. tag belt with him to the Us where he wrestled on NJPW STRONG. Defeating Mascara Dorada in singles action, the Public Enemy then boldly stepped to Fred Rosser, challenging him for the STRONG Openweight Championship. 

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