Thursday, October 16, 2014

Kana vs Syuri - Japanese Women's Wrestling

"When in doubt, post Kana".
Here is Kana on the receiving end of what appears to be a pretty stiff kick from Syuri.
And that's Makoto looking on in the background.

These three have had some pretty wild times in the ring in Japan and they are still going at it.

By the way, in case you didn't know, Syuri is 11-0-0 in Pro Kickboxing.
So she knows how to kick.

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More fun with Kana, Syuri and Makato...


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Maki Narumiya - Japanese Ladies Wrestling

Female Japanese wrestler Maki Narumiya was born on April 7th, 1985 in Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan.
She is five foot four, 141 pounds and she was trained by Emi Sakura.
Maki made her pro wrestling debut on March 19, 2011, working for Emi's Ice Ribbon promotion.


Maki Narumiya - Japanese Ladies Wrestling

Since her debut in 2011 she has held the ICE×60 Championship, the International Ribbon Tag Team Championship twice, won the Next Ribbon Tag Team Championship Challenger Determination Tournament, won the JRibbon Natsu Onna Kettei Tournament (with Hanako Nakamori) and held the CMLL-Reina International Junior Championship.

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Maki Narumiya vs Akino






Saturday, September 20, 2014

Yuhi vs Hamada - Japanese Female Wrestling

Here is retired Japanese female wrestler Yuhi nailing Ayako Hamada was a flying kick to the side of the head.
After only two years as a pro wrestler, Yuhi retired in March of 2014.
Incredibly she retired just afetr he High School graduation.
Yeah, the two years that she wrestled, she was in High School and she retired at the ripe old age of 19.


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Of course Ayako Hamada is still going strong.
She debuted in 1998 and is still going today.

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