Daiki Inaba

稲葉 大樹 Inaba Daiki
Debut: 172cm
Debut: 82kg
February 28, 1988 from Kumamoto Prefecture, Yamaga City, Japan
Trained by
Keiji Mutoh, Hiroshi Yamato, Minoru Tanaka, and Masakatsu Funaki
USA: May 24, 2013 in Altantice Grand Prix Wrestling, against Bobby Sharp.
JAPAN: September 8, 2013 w/ Hiroshi Yamato against NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA
Signature Moves
Flying Elbow
Championships and Accomplishments
Inaba has a history of training in judo from back when he was in school.
He was accepted to the All Japan Pro-Wrestling dojo after he passed an audition that took place in January of 2012.
He would remain under training for almost a year and a half and would embark on his first overseas expedition in April of 2013 as he went to Canada. While he was in Japan he would make his professional debut in the Altantice Grand Prix Wrestling against Bobby Sharp on May 24, 2013.
Inaba would compete in Canada with face paint much like his mentor Keiji Mutoh, Great Muta, did back when he competed in North America. Inaba was noted as being more than ready for his debut and gained a bit of notoriety amongst some of his peers, namely the man he debuted against in Bobby Sharp and even Rene Dupree.
Inaba would then follow Seiya Sanada, who was with him in Canada, to Mexico and he would train some there with another Japanese wrestler in Andy Wu, who was already training and competing there.
He would return to Japan in September and would make his official debut in Japan for WRESTLE-1 on September 8, 2013. Inaba teamed with Hiroshi Yamato as they defeated Tokyo Gurentai’s NOSAWA Rongai and MAZADA.


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