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Ai Cho Nakamura
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Billing information
Ring name(s) Ai
"Cute As Pie" Ai
Ai Sakai
Height 5'2" (175cm)
Weight 110 lb. (50kg)
Born September 9, 1990
Hometown Flag of Japan Sendai, Japan
Theme music "Vitamin Love' by Yuko Ogura
Affiliation(s) Kymiku Shinsuzuki
Federation(s) World Women's Wrestling League
World Hybrid Wrestling
Previous federation(s) N/A
Wrestling information
Alignment Face
Wrestling style High-flying, Powerhouse, Joshi
Signature Move(s) Kudo Driver
630 Splash
Enzigieri
Finishing Move(s) Pie-Plex'
Hurr-ai-canrana
Trainer Kymiku Shinsuzuki
Handler Joeru U~iriamuzu
Professional career
Debut 3WL Clash: July 19th, 2011
Record 0-0-0
Accomplishments N/A
Retired N/A

Ai Cho Nakamura (born September 9, 1990) is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to World Women's Wrestling League and World Hybrid Wrestling.

Nakamura started her professional wrestling career on July 22nd, 2011 when she signed with female promotion, World Women's Wrestling League. It was not before long that she found a friend within Kymiku Shinsuzuki. Shinsuzuki attempted to covert Nakamura from a face character to a heel through anti-American comments, Ai refused. On July 23rd Nakamura signed with World Hybrid Wrestling as their first female competitor, she has carried anti-American comments into WHW as a way to complain about her American opponents.


World Women's Wrestling League (2011-Present)

Friendship with Kymiku Shinsuzuki (2011-Present)

Since joining 3WL "Oni" Kymiku had a strong influence on the way Nakamura acted due to them both being apart of the federations Asian community. Shinsuzuki assured Nakamura that Americans were consumers, stealing the spotlight that the international competitors had for their own benefit; Ai accepted Shinsuzuki's friendship however disagreed with the comments she was making.

World Hybrid Wrestling (2011-Present)

Anti-American comments and gimmick (2011-Present)

Ai signed with World Hybrid Wrestling on July 24, 2011 and let no time pass before she shocked the community with her kayfabe racist remarks towards Americans and their way of life. Surprisingly she was supported by wrestlers from Australia who had the same moral when it came to judging the "consumers" known as Americans.

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