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 Who is Asuka?

Ring Name: Asuka

Born: September 26th, 1981

From: Osaka, Japan

NXT debut: September 23rd, 2015

WWE debut: October 22nd, 2017

Bio: Nobody is ready for Asuka. And The Empress of Tomorrow proved that by not being pinned or submitted from her debut in NXT in October 2015 until WrestleMania 34 in April 2018.

Marching to the ring in a traditional noh mask and kaleidoscopic battle gear and looking every bit the victor before the opening bell even rings, Asuka has used her perfect technique and wicked intentions to take down everybody from Becky Lynch to Bayley (whom Asuka unseated as NXT Women’s Champion). All the while, the fierce Japanese Superstar has worn an intimidating smile on her face, seemingly finding joy in stretching out her overmatched opponents. She even displayed an ability to work well with others, melding with The Miz to win the first season of WWE’s Mixed Match Challenge.

Her undefeated streak came to an end at the hands of SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 34, but Asuka persevered and finally captured the SmackDown Women’s Title at WWE TLC after defeating Flair and Becky Lynch in the first-ever Women’s TLC Match. Most recently, Asuka linked up with Kairi Sane to form one of the blue brand’s most dangerous duos, The Kabuki Warriors, and they captured the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles from Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross at WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 when The Empress used the green mist against Cross!

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  2019/11/30
Learn about the Empress!
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Nobody is ready for Asuka. And The Empress of Tomorrow proved that by not being pinned or submitted from her debut in NXT in October 2015 until WrestleMania 34 in April 2018.

Marching to the ring in a traditional noh mask and kaleidoscopic battle gear and looking every bit the victor before the opening bell even rings, Asuka has used her perfect technique and wicked intentions to take down everybody from Becky Lynch to Bayley (whom Asuka unseated as NXT Women’s Champion). All the while, the fierce Japanese Superstar has worn an intimidating smile on her face, seemingly finding joy in stretching out her overmatched opponents. She even displayed an ability to work well with others, melding with The Miz to win the first season of WWE’s Mixed Match Challenge.

Her undefeated streak came to an end at the hands of SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 34, but Asuka persevered and finally captured the SmackDown Women’s Title at WWE TLC after defeating Flair and Becky Lynch in the first-ever Women’s TLC Match. Most recently, Asuka linked up with Kairi Sane to form one of the blue brand’s most dangerous duos, The Kabuki Warriors, and they captured the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles from Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross at WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 when The Empress used the green mist against Cross!

Career Highlights: 1x Smackdown Women’s Champion, 1X WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, 1x NXT Women’s Champion, Undefeated for 914 days. Winner of Season 1 of the Mixed Match Challenge. 2x Wrestlemania appearances. Longest reigning NXT Women’s Champion. First ever Women’s Royal Rumble, Last Woman Standing and TLC winner. 2016 NXT Female Competitor of the Year. 2017 NXT Female and Overall Competitor of the Year.