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|titles=DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship (2), NEO Tag Team Champion (3 times: 1 w/[[Amazing Kong]], 1 w/ [[Atsuko Emoto]], 1 w/ [[Hiroyo Matsumoto]]), WORLD-1 (Women's) North American Championship, [[REINA World Tag Team Championship]] (w/[[Sayaka Obihiro]])
 
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Revision as of 05:03, 22 April 2017

Kyoko Kimura
Kyoko Kimura
Name Kyoko Kimura
Real name Kyoko Kimura
Nicknames
Name history Kyoko Kimura, Caribbean KIM, Yanbaru Kuinna
Family Isao Kobayashi (husband), Hana Kimura (daughter)
Maestro(s) FMW Dojo, JWP Dojo, Shark Tsuchiya
Birth date, location March 19, 1977 - Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Obituary date
Debut, location July 20, 2003 - Ariake, Japan
Lost mask to
Height 165 cm/5' 5"
Weight 62 kg/137 lb
Signature moves Kimura, Monster Crash (Gori Special Facebuster)
Titles: DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship (2), NEO Tag Team Champion (3 times: 1 w/Amazing Kong, 1 w/ Atsuko Emoto, 1 w/ Hiroyo Matsumoto), WORLD-1 (Women's) North American Championship, REINA World Tag Team Championship (w/Sayaka Obihiro)


Profile

One of three Japanese women (with Atsuko Emoto and Tomoko Nakagawa, as La Revolución Amandra) who came over to IWRG during October of 2009 for a short stay. Also wrestled one match for Toryumon Mexico during that time.

Gallery

La Revolución Amandra

Sources