King Fale

Career Highlights

In The Beginning

  • Fale Simitaitoko was born in Tonga
  • Fale’s family migrated to South Auckland, New Zealand in 1988 where Fale spent the rest of his childhood and teenage years attending school and pursuing rugby
  • It was through his promising high school rugby career at De La Salle College where Fale was offered a scholarship to play university-level rugby in Japan
  • Fale took up the scholarship and moved to Japan after finishing high school
  • However a recurring injury had resurfaced which ended Fale’s hopes of becoming a professional rugby player.  Fale moved back to NZ
  • Fale was later contacted by a friend in Japan.  The friend convinced Fale to return to Japan and join him at a wrestling tryout for New Japan Pro Wrestling
  • Fale’s tryout was a success.  He began training at the New Japan Dojo

New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW)

  • April 4, 2010-NJPW New Dimension: Manabu Nakanishi defeated King Fale (Fale’s Debut)
  • May 3, 2010-NJPW Wrestling Dontaku 2010-Nakanishi defeated King Fale
  • May 15, 2010:  King Fale defeated Kyosuke Mikami (Fale’s first win).  This was quite rare for a rookie to win his first match a month following his first match
  • For the rest of the year Fale was put in opening matches.  He was also put in singles and tag matches with some of New Japans top stars
  • King Fale participated in many of the top NJPW cards and tournaments during his time in Japan
  • King Fale was also a member of the prominent Blue Justice stable

US Independent Circuit

  • April 29, 2012-Ring Of Honor: King Fale wrestles a Dark Match for Ring of Honor
  • King Fale trains under Davey Richards while in the United States
  • King Fale wrestles barefoot
  • June 8, 2012-NWA Houston:  Mysterious Q defeated King Fale