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Revision as of 15:42, 8 June 2017

Profile

Ayako Hamada
Ayako Hamada
Name Ayako Hamada
Real name Ayako Valentina Hamada Villarreal
Nicknames Super Estrella (Superstar)
Name history Ayako Hamada (debut - ), Arisin Z (Hustle, 12/04), Hamada (TNA, 2009)
Family Gran Hamada (father), Xóchitl Hamada (sister), Tiger Mask IV and Pentagón Black (brothers-in-law)
Maestro(s) Gran Hamada, Gran Apache, Aja Kong, Mariko Yoshida
Birth date, location February 14, 1981 - Mexico City
Obituary date
Debut, location August 9, 1998 - Korakuen Hall - Tokyo, Japan
Lost mask to
Height 5'4"/162 cms
Weight 134 lbs/61 kg
Signature moves Hamada Driver, Top-rope Hama-Chan (Diamond) Cutter, La Ayakita, La Ayakita II, Super Quebrada, AP Cross, AP Cross Diamond
Titles: Twinstar of ARSION (2, with Mike Akino, Michiko Omukai), Sky High of ARSION, P*MIX Tag Team Titles (with Gran Hamada), QUEEN of ARSION, UWA World Women's Title, WWA World Women's Title, GAEA: AAAW Tag Team Titles (with Meiko Satomura), WWWA World Singles Title (2), IWRG Women's Title, GAEA: AAAW Title, TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship (with Amazing Kong), SHIMMER Tag Team Championship (w/Ayumi Kurihara), AAA Reina de Reinas


Notes

Has worked for almost every major group in Mexico throughout her career. As a youngster worked some CMLL shows before eventually moving onto AAA and then IWRG where she became the first ever IWRG Intercontinental Women's Champion.

Found her way back to AAA in 2006 although this time as a ruda. Was involved in a short-lived feud with Gran Apache and Fabi Apache when her dad Gran Hamada made some rare AAA appearances. After that feud ended she seemed to become closely aligned with Mr. Niebla and the La Legión Extranjera. In the summer of 2008 she announced she was leaving AAA and became an independent wrestler. Announced some sort of training alliance with Martha Villalobos, but nothing seems to have come from it.

Obvious contact person for bringing Japanese female wrestlers to Mexico. Works for joshi promotions when not in Mexico.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
00/12/24 hair Ayako Hamada Xochitl Hamada Korakuen Hall - Tokyo, Japan


Gallery

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