Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Toshie Uematsu

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Toshie Uematsu

Wrestler name(s) To-chan, Toshi-A
Height: 5 ft 2 in
Weight: 130 lbs
Born: April 14th, 1974
Trained by: Chigusa Nagayo
Wrestling Debut: April 15th, 1995

Toshie Uematsu is a Japanese female Pro Wrestler who was very popular in the 1990s and 2000s.
Toshie was one of the first female wrestlers trained by Chigusa Nagayo when she formed the GAEA Japan promotion.
She is currently a free-lance wrestler.

Toshie was born on April 14th, 1974 and made her pro wrestling debut at the age of 21 on April 15th, 1995 at Memorial First Gong, which was the first show of the GAEA Japan joshi puroresu wrestling promotion.
In 1997, several GAEA wrestlers, including Toshie, appeared in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and were entered in the inaugural tournament for the new women's cruiserweight title.
Toshie won the tournament, defeating Malia Hosaka on April 7th, 1997 in Hunstville, Alabama, and became the first holder of the WCW Women's Cruiserweight Championship.
She lost the belt to Yoshiko Tamura on July 19th, 1997 and the title was vacated soon afterwards.
Toshie held the AAAW Tag Team title twice with her partner Ran Yu-Yu.
Toshie and Ran often bent the rules, winning a lot of their matches by countout after luring their opponents as far away from the ring as possible.
During her career so far, Toshie has held the WCW Women’s Cruiserweight Champion (once), the AAAW Tag Team Championship (twice with Ran Yu-Yu), the JWP Tag Team Championship (four times), the Daily Sports Tag Team Championship (once), the WDB Tag Team Championship (once) and the DDT Iron Man Heavymetalweight Championship (three times).

Toshie can change her looks as evidenced by the photo above, and below.

Toshie Uematsu - pro wrestling - japan wrestling

Toshie Uematsu Wrestling Meiko Satomura from February 3rd, 1999, posted by nagashimark

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