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Hideki Suzuki

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Birth name  Hideki Suzuki
Debut  November 24, 2008
Ring name(s)  Hideki Suzuki
Name  Hideki Suzuki
Billed height  191 cm (6 ft 3 in)
Trained by  Billy Robinson
Billed weight  110 kg (243 lb)

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Born  February 18, 1980 (age 35) Hokkaido (1980-02-18)

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Hideki Suzuki (鈴木 秀樹, Suzuki Hideki, born February 18, 1980) is a Japanese professional wrestler. Trained by Billy Robinson, Suzuki started his career with the Inoki Genome Federation (IGF) promotion in 2008. In 2014, he left IGF to become a freelancer, starting to work for promotions such as Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW), Pro Wrestling Zero1 and Wrestle-1. He is the current BJW World Strong Heavyweight Champion and one half of the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Champions, while also being a former Zero1 World Heavyweight, NWA United National Heavyweight and Wrestle-1 Champion.


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Professional wrestling career

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With a background in judo and soccer, Suzuki was trained in professional wrestling at the U.W.F. Snake Pit Japan dojo. After four years of training under British wrestler Billy Robinson, he made his debut for the Inoki Genome Federation (IGF) promotion on November 24, 2008, losing to Hiromitsu Kanehara. For the next three years, Suzuki worked undercards of IGF events. His status finally began to rise in 2012 following a match with Peter Aerts. On May 26, 2013, Suzuki won the second Inoki Genome tournament, defeating Akira Joh in the finals. As a result, he received his first shot at the IGF Championship on October 26, but was defeated by the defending champion, Kazuyuki Fujita. The following March, Suzuki left IGF to become a freelancer.

Suzuki then began working regularly for Pro Wrestling Zero1, while also making appearances for promotions such as All Japan Pro Wrestling, DDT Pro-Wrestling, and Pro Wrestling Noah. Suzuki quickly received a shot at Zero1's World Heavyweight Championship, though losing to defending champion, Kohei Sato, on May 6. On August 3, 2014, Suzuki finally won his first professional wrestling championship in Zero1, defeating Tama Williams for the NWA United National Heavyweight Championship. In November, Suzuki took part in special week, where Zero1 co-produced three events with the Wrestle-1 promotion.

Through the continued relationship between Zero1 and Wrestle-1, Suzuki began also making appearances for the latter promotion, where he found himself a rival in Kai. On March 8, 2015, after Kai had captured the Wrestle-1 Championship, Suzuki immediately confronted the new champion and challenged him to a title match. The match took place on April 1 and saw Suzuki defeat Kai in just seven minutes to become the new Wrestle-1 Champion. On May 5, Suzuki put both of his championships on the line at separate Zero1 and Wrestle-1 shows, losing the NWA United National Heavyweight Championship to Kamikaze and retaining the Wrestle-1 Championship against Ryota Hama. On June 27, Suzuki returned to IGF for the first time since his departure from the promotion, first defeating Wang Bin in the opening round and then Daichi Hashimoto in the finals to win the Genome-1 2015 Nagoya tournament. Following the win, Suzuki formed an "anti-IGF" stable with foreigners Erik Hammer, Kevin Kross and Knux. On July 12, Suzuki lost the Wrestle-1 Championship back to Kai in his third defense. On November 1, Suzuki defeated Kohei Sato to win Pro Wrestling Zero1's World Heavyweight Championship. On February 26, 2016, Suzuki returned to IGF, when he was appointed the leader of a new stable named Hagure IGF Gundan ("Rogue IGF Corps"), which also included Kazuyuki Fujita, Kendo Kashin and Shogun Okamoto. On March 27, Suzuki lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Kohei Sato. On March 5, 2017, Suzuki challenged Daisuke Sekimoto for the Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW) World Strong Heavyweight Championship. After wrestling to a thirty-minute time limit draw, Suzuki and Sekimoto agreed to a rematch on March 30. Suzuki went on to win the rematch to become the new World Strong Heavyweight Champion. On September 14, Suzuki and Kohei Sato defeated Shogun Okamoto and Yutaka Yoshie to win the vacant NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship.

Other media

Suzuki's first book, entitled Biru Robinson Den Kyatchi Azu Kyatchi Kyan Nyūmon (ビル・ロビンソン伝 キャッチ アズ キャッチ キャン入門, "Billy Robinson: Catch as Catch Can Primer"), was released on January 19, 2017. The book is about wrestling techniques taught to Suzuki by Billy Robinson.

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Double arm suplex – adopted from Billy Robinson
  • Signature moves
  • Ankle hold
  • Bridging German suplex
  • Nicknames
  • "Nidaime Ningen Kazaguruma" (Japanese for "Second Generation Human Windmill")
  • "Billy Robinson Saigo no Deshi" (Japanese for "Billy Robinson's Last Disciple")
  • Entrance themes
  • "Rock Is Dead" by Marilyn Manson
  • "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses
  • Championships and accomplishments

  • Big Japan Pro Wrestling
  • BJW World Strong Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)
  • Yokohama Shopping Street 6-Man Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Takuya Nomura and Yoshihisa Uto
  • Inoki Genome Federation
  • 2nd Inoki Genome Tournament (2013)
  • Genome-1 2015 Nagoya
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
  • PWI ranked him #181 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2015
  • Pro Wrestling Zero1
  • NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship (1 time, current) – with Kohei Sato
  • NWA United National Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Wrestle-1
  • Wrestle-1 Championship (1 time)
  • References

    Hideki Suzuki Wikipedia

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