Jake Lee

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Lee Che Gyong 李在炅
Jake Lee ジェイク・リー
Height
192cm
Weight
105kg
Born
January 19th, 1989 from Kitami, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan
Trained by
All Japan Dojo, Kenichi Yamamoto [MMA], Atsushi Aoki
Debut
Original Debut: August 17th, 2011 against Taiyo Kea (Loss at 9:16 via Boston Crab)
Re-debut: June 4, 2015 with Jun Akiyama against Takao Omori & Naoya Nomura (Win over Nomura)
Signature Moves
High Angle Backrop
DDT
Boston Crab
Championships & Accomplishments

Biography
The 190cm, 120kg wrestler, is currently 22 years old (born 1/19/89), was born in Kitami, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan. He is of a Korean heritage, but is a Japanese native as he was born in Kitami, Hokkaido, Japan.
Gyong is noted for being a very physically gifted and has been training in the All Japan Dojo since January of 2011.
Gyong would pick up his first win against Yasufumi Nakanoue on August 20th, in only his third match of his professional career.

Lee announced his retirement from pro-wrestling on October 6, 2011 as he aimed to pursue a career in mixed martial arts. He went on to join “Power of Dreams / POD” and competed and trained over the next several years.

On May 21, 2015, Lee returned to All Japan now going by the name Jake Lee as he announced his formal return to pro wrestling. Lee stated that he has found a new place and a new lifestyle as he is a vegan and has dropped a lot of body mass since his original debut.
He made his re-debut on June 4, 2015 as he teamed with Jun Akiyama to take on the team of Takao Omori and Naoya Nomura. Lee would pick up the win in the match after dropping Nomura with a high angle backdrop maneuver.

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