Jinsei Shinzaki

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Title History

 

  • AJPW All Asia Tag Team titles w/Hayabusa defeating Jun Izumida & Tamon Honda (February 13, 1999);
  • Michinoku Pro Tohoku Tag Team titles w/Ultimo Dragon won a tournament (July 18, 2004);
  • Michinoku Pro Tohoku Tag Team titles w/GAINA defeating Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima (March 6, 2005);
  • Michinoku Pro Tohoku Tag Team titles w/GAINA defeating Dick Togo & Great Sasuke (April 23, 2006);

 

Career Highlights

Michinoku Pro Wrestling:

  • June 11, 1993: Jinsei Shinzaki debuted in the wrestling world in Michinoku Pro Wrestling..
  • Jinsei Shinzaki wowed crowds with his patented ‘praying walk’, which is similar to Undertaker’s rope-walk armbreaker..
  • December 1993: Wrestling for FMW, Jinsei Shinzaki used the ‘praying walk’ in a Barbed Wire match!
  • Jinsei Shinzaki holds at least one victory of the Great Sasake..World Wrestling Federation:
  • Jinsei Shinzaki went to North America and joined the WWF as Hakushi managed by Shinji..
  • Hakushi was immediately pushed into a feud with Bret Hart and had several great matches with him..
  • Hakushi formed a very short (1 match) team with Kwang, calling themselves ‘Shoguns’, but they ended up fighting eachother..
  • Hakushi’s push eventually died off after he turned face and briefly teamed with Barry Horrowitz against the Bodydonnas..
  • Hakushi left the WWF and returned to Michinoku Pro..Extreme Championship Wrestling:
  • August 2, 1998–Heat Wave: Sabu & Rob Van Dam defeated Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki to retain the ECW Tag Team titles..Michinoku Pro Wrestling:
  • Shinzaki is the spiritual leader of Michinoku Pro, as his gimmick is that of a warrior monk from the mountains of Japan.
  • Shinzaki is constantly working with other promotions to bring more attention to Michinoku Pro..
  • Shinzaki also works for All Japan and FMW, where he started a strong friendship with Hayabusa..
  • November 2, 2003 – Michinoku Pro Wrestling 10th Anniversary PPV: Kai En Tai DX reforms!
  • ~~~Togo/Teioh/Shiryu/TAKA/Hanzo Nakajima beat Jinsei Shinzaki/Hayate/Kesen Numa-jiro/Kazuya Yuasa/Chi-Nen Hokkai..
  • June 3 2005–Michinoku Pro: Jinsei Shinzaki defeated Kagetora..
  • June 4 2005–Michinoku Pro: Kagetora & Jinsei Shinzaki defeated GARUDA & Lasse..
  • June 5 2005–Michinoku Pro: Great Sasuke & Lasse defeated Jinsei Shinzaki & Shinitsu Nohashi..
  • June 24 2005–Michinoku Pro: GARUDA & Kagetora defeated Jinsei Shinzaki & Maguro Ooma..
  • June 26 2005–Michinoku Pro: Kaz Hayashi & Taiji Ishimori vs Jinsei Shinzaki & Kagetora ended in a draw..
  • ~~~Kaz Hayashi & Jinsei Shizaki & Taiji Ishimori & Kagetora b Touru Owashi & YASSHI & Shogo Takagi & Berlinetta Boxer II..
  • July 1 2005–Michinoku Pro: Jinsei Shinzaki & Shinjitsu Nohashi defeated Pineapple Hanai & Kessen Numa-Jiro..
  • July 9 2005–Michinoku Pro: Great Sasuke & Dick Togo defeated Jinsei Shinzaki & GAINA to win the Tohoku Tag Team titles..
  • July 17, 2005–Michinoku Pro: Jinsei Shinzaki & Mango Fukuda defeated Great Sasuke & Kei Sato..
  • July 19, 2005–Dragon Door: Touru Owashi & Shogo Takagi defeated Jinsei Shinzaki & Shinjitsu Nohashi..
  • December 2 2005–Michinoku Pro: Jinsei Shinzaki & Alexander Otsuka defeated Maguro Ooma & Dynamite Tohoku..
  • December 3 2005–Michinoku Pro: Pineapple Hanai & Takashi Minaminno defeated Jinsei Shinzaki & Dynamite Tohoku..
  • December 9 2005–Indie Summit: Yuji Hino/Daichi Kakimoto/Daisuke Sekimoto beat TAKA Michinoku/Jinsei Shinzaki/Super Delfin..