Kenzo Suzuki

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Kenzo Suzuki
Kenzo Suzuki
Name Kenzo Suzuki
Real name Kenzo Suzuki
Nicknames El Águila Imperial, Tren Bala Japones, The Bronze Warrior
Name history Kenzo Suzuki (debut - 2010), Hirohito (vignette; never actaually wrestled or appeared as this name), KENSO (2010-current AJPW)
Family Hiroko Suzuki (wife)
Maestro(s) New Japan Dojo, Riki Choshu
Birth date, location July 25, 1974 - Hekinan City, Aichi, Japan
Obituary date
Debut, location January 4, 2000 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan
Lost mask to n/a
Height 6' 3"/191 cm
Weight 260 lbs/118 kg
Signature moves Backdrop Suplex, Clawhold STO, Spear, Shining Wizard, Running Kneedrop
Titles: WWE Tag Team Championship (w/ Rene Dupree), AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship (w/The Great Muta), DDT King Of Dark Championship, KO-D Six Man Tag Team Championship, GAORA TV Championship


After being dropped by WWE, Kenzo surprisingly ended up in Mexico rather than returning to his native Japan. Ultimo Dragon appears to have been the conduit to bring him into CMLL, where Kenzo worked as a upper level evil foreign rudo, teaming with Marco Corleone early on. Kenzo picked up the Aguila Imperial nickname, as partner to Aguila Italiana Marco.

Kenzo jumped to AAA, where he was a top solider in Konnan's Foreign Legion army. Kenzo took the loss in a Legion/AAA cage match in 2007. Kenzo's sometimes goofy antics fit in well in Triple A, and the promotion even had a Mini Kenzo Suzuki for a while. After the Foreign Legion fell, Kenzo started a new stable called La Yakuza with fellow Japanese wrestler Sugi San and El Oriental.

Lucha de Apuestas Record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
06/12/15 hair Shocker & Universo 2000 Marco Corelone & Kenzo Suzuki Arena Mexico - Mexico City
07/07/15 hair (1) Cibernetico Kenzo Suzuki Toreo de Cuatro Caminos - Mexico City
(1) Domed Cage Match: Chessman, Charly Manson, Cibernetico vs X-Pac, El Mesias, Kenzo Suzuki



Arena Mexico