nWoHulkster Posted April 26, 2008 Share Posted April 26, 2008 Обявени кечисти за 21-ви юни: NOAH кечисти: Kenta Kobashi Considered as one of the greatest wrestler of all time. Kobashi has been an incredible wrestler over his 20-year career and has taken part in some of the all-time great matches. Between 2003 and 2005, Kobashi held the GHC World title, which propelled Kobashi to become the most popular wrestler in Japan. In mid-2006, Kobashi was diagnosed with cancer but made an amazing recovery to return in December 2007. Mitsuharu Misawa One of the greatest wrestlers of all time. In the 1990s, Misawa took part in many of the greatest matches of the decade under the auspices of All Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2000, Misawa broke away from All Japan with most its roster to form Pro Wrestling NOAH. Misawa has turned it into the top wrestling promotion in Japan this decade. Misawa is a three-time GHC World champion. His finishing move is the Emerald Frosien. Jun Akiyama Akiyama debuted in 1992 and has been one of the elite in-ring wresters in the industry ever since. Akiyama transferred his amateur wrestling credentials into the squared circle with ease, and before long he was appearing in main events for All Japan Pro Wrestling. Akiyama has had many incredible matches during his career and has held the GHC World and tag titles on two occasions each. Akiyama’s signature move is the Exploder suplex. KENTA The most exciting wrestler in Japan today. The 26-year-old bad-ass combines a host of high-impact moves with wince-inducing striking to form an effective crowd-pleasing style. KENTA has had some of the greatest matches in all of wrestling in NOAH and ROH this decade with the likes of Bryan Danielson, Takashi Sugiura and Naomichi Marufuji. The eight year veteran is a former GHC junior heavyweight singles and tag team champion. Naomichi Marufuji The only wrestler to have completed NOAH’s grand slam of titles, having captured all five of the federation’s titles. His biggest title victory came on 9th September 2006 when he upended Jun Akiyama for the GHC World heavyweight title- thus becoming the first ever junior heavyweight to win the title. Marufuji is an exhilarating competitor who utilizes moves such as the shiranui, superkick and Pole Shift to tremendous effect. Takeshi Morishima At 6ft 4in, 300lb Morishima is a marauder who was in dominant form throughout 2007. He captured the ROH World title on 17th February 2007 and ran roughshod through a host of challengers in impressive displays of brute-force and power. The 29-year-old Morishima is a ten-year veteran who is tipped to become NOAH’s next top superstar. The burly brawler uses the lariat, backdrop driver and Amaze Impact to win his matches. Takashi Sugiura – Sugiura is a highly successful former amateur wrestler who joined NOAH in 2000. Stylistically, his biggest influence is Kurt Angle and two of Sugiura’s trademark moves are the Olympic Slam and ankle-lock. Sugiura has been one of NOAH’s unsung stars of recent years, having participated in many classic battles over the last few years. Sugiura has held the GHC heavyweight and junior heavyweight tag titles as well as the singles junior strap Kotaro Suzuki Kotaro Suzuki debuted for NOAH in December 2001. The 29-year-old aerialist has been wowing crowds with his acrobatics for years, but really made an impact in 2007 when he and partner Ricky Marvin reigned as GHC junior heavyweight tag champions for most of the year. Suzuki is tipped to become the star of the junior heavyweight division’s singles ranks this year. The female favorite uses the Misty Crush, Blue Destiny and 619 as finishing moves. Taiji Ishimori Taiji Ishimori is a disciple of Ultimo Dragon, having been trained by the former WCW cruiserweight champion. Ishimori was initially a star in Dragon’s Toryumon X promotion, where he impressed audiences with his state-of-the-art moves such as the Superstar Elbow. Ishimori showed his intentions of following in the footsteps of KENTA and Naomichi Marufuji as a junior heavyweight division player, when he and KENTA won the NTV Cup in July 2007. Taiji has also just signed with pro Wrestling Noah full time. Go Shiozaki Go Shiozaki is a four year pro who is destined for greatness. Under the tutelage of Kenta Kobashi, the exciting heavyweight prospect has come on greatly during his short career. Shiozaki made a solid impression during 2007 and contested many exciting matches, which earned him recognition by Powerslam magazine who ranked him in their PS 50 for the first time at 32. The future champion uses the German suplex and moonsault as his main moves Mohammed Yone Mohammed Yone, the man best known for sporting a humongous afro is one of NOAH’s most reliable in-ring competitors. Yone first rose to prominence in the cult favorite BattleArts promotion in the late-nineties, but has achieved his greatest fame in NOAH. The highlight of his NOAH tenure was two runs with Takeshi Morishima as holders of the GHC World tag team titles. The colourful Yone’s finishing move of choice is the muscle buster. Yoshinobu Kanemaru The current GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion is the most decorated junior heavyweight in Pro Wrestling NOAH history. The 31-year-old has won the GHC World junior heavyweight title on an unprecedented 4 occasions. In addition, Kanemaru has also held the GHC junior heavyweight tag team titles twice as well as New Japan’s IWGP junior heavyweight tag belts. Kanemaru is renowned for his vast arsenal of moves, which include the moonsault, Deep Impact and Touch Out brainbuster. Atsushi Aoki Atsushi Aoki is the shining light from NOAH’s batch of rookies that debuted in December 2005. Aoki won the Wrestling Observer Rookie of the Year award for 2006 after showing tremendous potential in his first year. Aoki continued that momentum into 2007 and entered a number of memorable displays. Aoki’s crowd-pleasing style sees the youngster employ moves such as dropkicks, cross armbreakers and his finisher, the Northern Lights suplex. Junji Izumida Junji Izumida debuted for All Japan in 1992 following a career in that other genre of wrestling; sumo. Izumida’s biggest moment in All Japan came in October 1998 when he teamed with Tamon Honda to defeat Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith for the All Asia tag team titles. After defecting to NOAH upon its formation, Izumida aligned himself with Jun Akiyama as part of his Sternness stable. Izumida’s signature move is called the Meteorite. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi Tsuyoshi Kikuchi is NOAH’s most eccentric wrestler. The twenty year veteran made his start in All Japan, where he quickly carved his niche as a gutsy underdog. His most memorable career performance was alongside Kenta Kobashi in May 1992, when the pair defeated Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat for the All Asia tag team titles in one of the all-time great matches. These days, he's a beloved member of NOAH who entertains fans with his comical ways. _______________________________________________________ Gaijin кечисти: The American Dragon, Bryan Danielson Dragon is regarded as one of the very elite in-ring generals in pro wrestling today. The Shawn Michaels trained technical marvel first rose to prominence in 2001 when he won the All Pro Wrestling King of the Indies tournament. The following year, he debuted for the new ROH promotion, and went on to become an ROH World champion, and one of the greatest wrestlers in the promotion’s history. Danielson’s finisher is the Cattle Mutilation Mark & Jay, The Briscoe Brothers. Current Ring of Honor Tag Team champions Mark and Jay are the epitome of Tag Team Wrestling in the 21st century. The Delaware natives have also fought all over the world and recently won the Pro Wrestling Noah Junior tag team titles on their first tour battling Ricky Marvin and Kotaro Suzuki in an unbelievable series of matches. Nigel McGuinness McGuinness is one of the most successful British wrestlers in the world. McGuinness was developed by, and debuted for, former WWE developmental territory, HWA in the late nineties. He rose to prominence in ROH, however, where he has held the Pure and World titles. McGuinness is a well-travelled competitor who debuted for NOAH in 2005. McGuinness was ranked the number two wrestler in the world for 2007 by Powerslam magazine. Doug Williams The Anarchist is one of the most respected wrestlers in all of Europe- for over a decade ‘The Anarchist’ has been one of the leading wrestlers in the country, and has been a great ambassador for the British scene. Williams first wrestled for NOAH in 2004 and has held the promotion’s tag team titles. Other notable honours for Williams have included the ROH Pure title and FWA heavyweight belt. The Chaos Theory is Williams’ main finishing move. Martin Stone The Guvnor has been one of the best British wrestlers to emerge in recent years. Stone was originally trained by the FWA and achieved his first success with partner Stixx as part of the Stixx and Stone tag team that won the FWA tag team titles. Other titles held by the no-nonsense Stone have included the IPW:UK heavyweight title, the LDN heavyweight belt and the RQW heavyweight championship. Stone’s finishing move is the Tower of London. Bison Smith Bison Smith is an American powerhouse who has been one of NOAH’s top foreign stars over the last seven years. Smith was trained by All Pro Wrestling and debuted in 1998. He first appeared for NOAH in 2001 and competed for the GHC World title in 2003 and 2007. Bison Smith has wrestled in Puerto Rico and for several independent promotions in the US, and is influenced by Stan Hansen and Bruiser Brody. Bison’s finishing move is the Bisontennial. Eddie Edwards Eddie Edwards, The final US competitor to be announced. Edwards Joined Noah Dojo as a student in May 2005 and was a high school wrestler previously, with recent outings in ROH providing extra experience to this already hot prospect, Edwards has been in battle with just about all of Noah's top junior heavyweights and was especially impressive on the last tour and with his first trip to Europe almost upon us he will look to impress the UK fans. Wade Fitzgerald Wade Fitzgerald at only 18 years old the former under 18’s MMA and British Tae Kwon Do champion steps up for his big show debut. While small in height his mini Herculean physique. His martial arts background and high risk offence has already helped his cause in his previous battles with Pro Wrestling Noah Stars Rikio, Tanaguchi, Ota, Hirayanagi, Kawabata and Shiga on these shores. Първото шоу, същинското шоу на NOAH, засега включва следните мачове: Второто шоу ще бъде NOAH vs. The Rest тип шоу и двете "коалиции" изглеждат така: Noah - Mitsuharu Misawa, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, Junji Izumida, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, Jun Akiyama, Atsushu Aoki, Mohammad Yone, Kotaro Suzuki, Taiji Ishimori & Takeshi Morishima. Тhe Rest - Dave Moralez, Bison Smith, Zak Sabre Jnr, El Ligero, Bubblegum, Wade Fitzgerald, Mark Sloan, Joel Redman & Mark Haskins (+ oще един необявен кечист) П.С. Имайте предвид, че някои от описанията на кечистите са от преди няколко седмици/месеца, така че нa места може да не са актуални (пример: Morishima сега е шампиона на NOAH). Освен това, тъй като при последния ъпдейт на Mark Sloan (promoter-a на шоуто) контузията на Mark Briscoe все още не беше станала сега не е ясно какво ще стане с мача на The Briscoes. И не на последно място, първоначално и Ricky Marvin трябваше да участва на шоуто (даже името му е на постера), но отпадна поради някаква причина. Quote Link to comment
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