Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ayako Hamada - Wikipedia › wiki › Ayako_Hamada

    Ayako Valentina Hamada Villarreal is a Mexican professional wrestler. During her 20-year career, Hamada wrestled for various promotions, including All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, Gaea Japan and Pro Wrestling Wave in Japan, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide in Mexico and Shimmer Women Athletes and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in the United States. She is the daughter of Gran Hamada and the younger sister of Xóchitl Hamada. Hamada has won several titles in women ...

    • 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)
    • August 9, 1998
  2. Ayako Hamada | Pro Wrestling | Fandom › wiki › Ayako_Hamada

    Ayako Valentina Hamada Villareal (February 14, 1981) is a female professional wrestler of mixed Japanese and Mexican descent. She is best known for winning several notable titles in Japanese women's pro wrestling, including both the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship and AAAW Singles...

    • February 14, 1981
  3. Ayako Hamada | Women's Wrestling Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Ayako_Hamada
    • Japan and Mexico
    • Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
    • Shimmer Women Athletes
    • Jersey All Pro Wrestling

    Ayako Hamada debuted at the age of seventeen against Candy Okutsu on August 9, 1998 for the ARSION promotion.She received an immediate push and won her first title, the Twinstar of ARSION tag belts with Mika Akino, on June 30, 1999, less than one year after her debut. She won the QUEEN of ARSION from Aja Kong on December 3, 2000. After leaving ARSION in 2001, she has won numerous women's titles in several Japanese and Mexican promotions, including the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship from Momoe Nakanishi on May 11, 2003 and the AAAW Singles Championship from Dynamite Kansai on January 11, 2004, just one week after she had lost the WWWA title to Amazing Kong. From 2005 to 2006 Hamada performed in HUSTLE under the names Arisin Z and Dokron Z, before becoming affiliated with the Kaoru Ito Dojo. Hamada was a regular for AAA in Mexico, for most of 2007 and 2008. On November 30, 2007, she and Mr. Niebla were involved in four-way mixed tag team match with Billy Boy & Fabi Apache, Espiri...

    On April 8, 2009, it was announced at a press conference that the April 19 Ito Dojo show would be Ayako Hamada's final match in Japan as she had signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. On August 6, 2009, Jeremy Borash announced on his Twitter page that Hamada would be starting with the company after the Hard Justice pay-per-view. On the August 27 edition of Impact! Hamada made her debut as a face defeating Daffney in a No Disqualification match. The following week on Impact! she and Sojo Bolt were eliminated in the first round of the Knockout Tag Team Championship tournament by Tara and Christy Hemme, with Hamada afterwards hitting Bolt with the Hamada Driver. On the September 24 edition of Impact! she was assaulted by Alissa Flash while giving an interview. Flash proceeded to throw Hamada down some stairs, sparking a feud between the two. On the October 15 edition of Impact! Hamada defeated Flash in a Falls Count Anywhere match. On the November 19 and December 3 editions of Imp...

    On November 8, 2009, Hamada made her debut under her full name for Chicago based all female wrestling promotion Shimmer Women Athletes, defeating Mercedes Martinez in a match taped for Volume 27 and losing to Sara Del Rey in a match taped for Volume 28.On February 5, 2010, Shimmer announced that Hamada would be returning to the company in April for the tapings of Volumes 29 to 32.

    On January 9, 2010, Hamada made her debut for Jersey All Pro Wrestling's Women's Division in a match, where she defeated Rachel Summerlyn.Later in the night she challenged Sara Del Rey to a match for the JAPW Women's Championship and Del Rey agreed to face her any time, anywhere. Write the first section of your article here.

  4. Ayako Hamada - OWW - Online World of Wrestling › profile › ayako-hamada

    Ayako Hamada has finished serving her sentence and returned to wrestling. July 21, 2019 – PWM: Ayako Hamada & Chik Tormenta defeated Star Fire & Taya Valkyrie . August 3, 2019 – AAA TripleMania XXVIII: Tessa Blanchard defeated Ayako Hamada, Chik Tormenta, Faby Apach, Lady Shani, La Hiedra and Taya Valkyrie in a 7-way TLC match to win the vacant Reina de Reinas title.

  5. jchiofal wrote on 25.11.2012: [ 9.0] "Hamada is one of the best female wrestlers in the world today. She can wrestle practically any style, whether high flying, technical, or strong style. Even without saying a word, she gets the crowd going as a face or heel. Hamada is a fantastic worker, and has fantastic matches.

  6. People also ask

    What kind of wrestler is Ayako Hamada?

    What kind of wrestling does Yuki Hamada do?

    How old is Ayako Valentina Hamada from Mexico?

    When did Ayako Hamada start working for AAA?

  7. Ayako Hamada: Queen of Queens, Part One - STEELCHAIR ... › 2020/04/09 › ayako-hamada-queen-of

    Apr 09, 2020 · The story of Ayako Hamada is really a bigger picture of wrestling politics and outstanding performance in a forgotten era of Japanese wrestling and Lucha Libre, which in the 23 years since her debut has left her with an envious resume as one of the world’s premier workers. However she has also never quite got the respect she truly deserves.

  8. Ayako Hamada | ClickWrestle › ayako-hamada

    Ayako Hamada vs. Mercedes Martinez. SHIMMER Women Athletes. Volume 27. November 8, 2009. There are 30 matches on 1 pages in this channel.

  9. 22. 03.08.2019. AAA Reina de Reinas Title Seven Way TLC Match (vakant): Tessa Blanchard defeats Ayako Hamada and Chik Tormenta and Faby Apache and Lady Shani and La Hiedra and Taya Valkyrie (10:32) - TITLE CHANGE !!! AAA Triplemania XXVII - Pay Per View @ Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexiko.

    Ayako Hamada & Big Mami defeat Enfermera ...
    Miranda Alize & Ricky Marvin defeat Ayako ...
    Suprema Mas Lucha Tournament Quarter ...
    Suprema Mas Lucha Tournament Semi Final: ...
  10. People also search for
  1. Ads
    related to: ayako hamada wrestling