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Yuka Sakazaki (坂崎 ユカ Sakazaki Yuka, born December 27) is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is signed to Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, where she is the former Tokyo Princess Tag Team Champion and also make appearances in All Elite Wrestling (AEW).
Sakazaki in March 2016
|Birth name||Yuka Sakazaki (坂崎 ユカ Sakazaki Yuka)|
South Town, Japan
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Yuka Sakazaki|
|Billed height||158 cm (5 ft 2 in)|
|Billed from||South Town|
|Trained by||DDT Dojo|
|Debut||December 1, 2013|
She attended a training school with aspirations for comedy. She later switched to wrestling.
Tokyo Joshi Pro (2013–present)Edit
She works as a member of Yuka Sakazaki, a DPG[clarification needed] led by Hiroshi Fukuda. On December 1, the Tokyo Women's Wrestling Sakazaki debuted with Ura Erika and Nakajima Shoko in the main match (partner's Noko's). On October 7, 2015, she won 211 votes at the DDT Dramatic General Election and ranked 20th in the selection.
On May 14, Sakazaki returned from the magical country[clarification needed] for the first time in eight months to replace the mill crown at the Kasukabe Contact Hall tournament. It was a prelude to the throne with Yuu in the return match in the same tournament. Sakazaki challenged the Tokyo Princess of Princesses throne held by Yuu at the Shinjuku FACE tournament on June 4 and using the new move Magical Magic Girl Splash, she gave the first black star to Yuu.
Later, Sakazaki participated in the 4th Tokyo Princess Cup on July 2 as aPriori Champion and entered the second round with a first-round victory.
On June 4, 2017, Sakazaki defeated Yuu, crowning herself as the Tokyo Princess of Princess Champion for the first time in her career. However, she would lose her title to Reika Saiki in her first defence. Sometime later, Sakazaki teamed with Shoko Nakajima to defeating Maho Kurone and Rika Tatsumi, crowned as the first Tokyo Princess Tag Team Champions.
All Elite Wrestling (2019–present)Edit
Championships and accomplishmentsEdit
- "DDT ProWrestling". DDT ProWrestling.
- "Free Match - Riho vs Nyla Rose vs Yuka Sakazaki from AEW's Fyter Fest". YouTube.com. All Elite Wrestling. July 4, 2019. Retrieved October 7, 2019.
- Pollock, John (February 8, 2019). "Kenny Omega joins AEW and lots of other announcements". Postwrestling. Archived from the original on 2019-02-09. Retrieved February 16, 2019.
- Rose, Bryan (February 7, 2019). "AEW ANNOUNCES NEW TALENT FOR DOUBLE OR NOTHING". F4wonline. Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved February 7, 2019.