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Asuka may be one of the best wrestlers in WWE, male or female. William Regal himself declared her as possibly the greatest signing in WWE history and though she may not have been a top-level superstar in Japan, her talent was recognized in WWE.
You’ll find Asuka’s matches characterized by stiff strikes, submission-based maneuvers and rapid pacing. She’s a history maker and trailblazer in every sense of the word.
Birthday: September 26th, 1981
Weight: 137 lb (62 kg)
Hometown: Osaka, Japan
- Princess Kana
- Ramen Woman
- Skull Reaper Kana
- Tomoe Gozen
Promotions They Have Wrestled For:
- World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)
- Kuzu Pro
- JWP Joshi Puroresu
- Pro Wrestling Wave
- Osaka Joshi Pro Wrestling
- NEO Japan Ladies Pro Wrestling
- Reina Joshi Puroresu
- Shimmer Women Athletes
- Ice Ribbon
- Wrestling New Classic (WNC)
- WWE NXT Women’s Championship
- Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship (5 times)
- JWP Openweight Championship
- Kuzu Pro Diva championship
- NEO Tag Team Championship
- Wave Tag Team Championship (2 times)
- Reina World Tag Team Championship
- Reina World Women’s Championship
- Smash Diva Championship (2 times)
Trainers: Yuki Ishikawa
Notable Career Highlights:
- Longest reigning champion in NXT history (510 days)
- First-ever Women’s Royal Rumble winner
- 914-day undefeated streak (267-0)
Asuka saves the day!
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Sasha Banks just made a statement.
What stipulation will Dolph Ziggler pick?
Asuka beat “The Queen.”
The Queen’s will be done
Is Asuka safe with new management on Raw?
Did John Cone act professionally?
The Empress defends her gold once again
The ending wasn’t on the agenda.
Asuka didn’t win the match, but she didn’t lose the title.
Nia Jax left Asuka down and out.
Despite their dysfunctional teamwork, Asuka and Charlotte Flair picked up a win.
Check out the top moments!