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  • Katsuhiko Nakajima
    Height: 5'9" (175cm)
    Weight: 181lbs (82kg)
    Date of Birth: 3/11/88
    Place of Birth: Fukuoka
    Debut: January 5th, 2004 (vs. Tomohiro Ishii)

    Title History:

    All Asia Tag Team Title (1):
    - (w/ Kensuke Sasaki) Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI (7/26/05) /

    Tohoku Tag Team Title (1):
    - (w/ Kensuke Sasaki) Jinsei Shinzaki & Ultimo Dragon (9/1/04) / Jinsei Shinzaki & GAINA (3/5/05)

    Tournament History:

    - Yuko 6 Man Tag Team Tournament (2004): Blue Wolf, Shinsuke Nakamura & Katsuhiko Nakajima beat Mitsuya Nagai, Katsuyori Shibata & Ryota Chikuzen (11:15) when Nakamura used a standing cross armbreaker on Nagai.

    Signature Moves:

    - German suplex hold


    Rarely does a phenom like Katsuhiko Nakajima arrive in the pro wrestling community. With an extensive background in judo, Nakajima caught the eye of World Japan founder, Riki Choshu, who recruited him for the upstart company in December, 2002. His pro debut came in September, 2003, but not in a pro wrestling match; instead, in a steel cage and under vale tudo rules against Jason Rey, an American fighter, who 15-year-old Nakajima KO'd in 95 seconds! He debuted as a pro wrestler to much attention in January, 2004, headlining Korakuen Hall in his debut match, but soon left World Japan and went into Kensuke Sasaki and Akira Hokuto's custody as a member of the Kensuke Office. Nakajima made his New Japan debut on the highest stage, at the Tokyo Dome in May, 2004, against junior legend, Jushin Thunder Liger, and impressed many fans. Immediately after the Tokyo Dome show, he entered New Japan's Best of the Super Jr. tournament, and from then began appearing regularly, while also freelancing with mentor, Kensuke Sasaki, across Japan. One of the youngest active pro wrestlers in the world, Nakajima's skill is unbelievable for his age, and his potential is endless. He is billed a "supernova" for good reason, with many already pegging him as a future leading figure in the pro wrestling community. Many eyes are fixed on the progress of this blessed young talent.

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