Professional wrestlers similar to or like Kaito Kiyomiya

Japanese professional wrestler who works for Pro Wrestling Noah, where he is a former GHC Heavyweight Champion. Wikipedia

  • Atsushi Kotoge

    Japanese professional wrestler, currently signed to Pro Wrestling Noah, where he is a former one-time GHC Tag Team Champion, two-time GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion and record five-time GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion. Also known for his time in Osaka Pro Wrestling, where he was part of the tag team Momo no Seishun Tag with Daisuke Harada. Wikipedia

  • Keiji Mutoh

    Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to Pro Wrestling NOAH, where he is the current GHC Heavyweight Champion in his first reign. Known for his work as The Great Muta in New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) during the 1990s, but he has also worked in the contiguous United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Taiwan. Wikipedia

  • Pro Wrestling Noah

    Japanese professional wrestling promotion, founded in 2000 by former All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) ace Mitsuharu Misawa after he had led a mass exodus in which 24 of AJPW's 26 contracted wrestlers left the promotion to form Noah. Noah held its first shows in August 2000, and established the Global Honored Crown as the fictional governing body for its collection of championships. Wikipedia

  • Hayata (wrestler)

    Japanese professional wrestler better known simply as Hayata (stylized in all capital letters), currently signed to Pro Wrestling Noah, where he is one-half of the current GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions with Yoshinari Ogawa. Hayata began his career with Wrestle Gate then later Osaka Pro Wrestling before going freelance and forming Doutonbori Pro Wrestling with Kuuga and several other wrestlers. Wikipedia

  • Daisuke Harada

    Japanese professional wrestler, currently signed to Pro Wrestling Noah, where he is the current GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion in his fourth reign, while also being a former four-time GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion. Also known for his time in Osaka Pro Wrestling, where he was a two-time Osaka Pro Wrestling Champion and a two-time Osaka Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champion as part of the tag team Momo no Seishun Tag with Atsushi Kotoge. Wikipedia

  • Takashi Sugiura

    Japanese professional wrestler, currently working for Pro Wrestling Noah. Accomplished amateur wrestler, joined Noah's dojo in 2000, making his professional debut on December 23, 2000, and thus becoming the first wrestler to make his pro wrestling debut in Noah. Wikipedia

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    • In January 2017, Sugiura formed an alliance with Kaito Kiyomiya, almost serving as a mentor.Takashi Sugiura-Wikipedia
    • Two years later, Owens would win the 2017 Elite 8 tournament, defeating Kaito Kiyomiya in his first round match, Mentallo in the second round, and Shane Sabre in the finals.Chase Owens-Wikipedia
    • On March 12, 2017, Storm debuted in Pro Wrestling Noah, defeating Kaito Kiyomiya.James Storm-Wikipedia
    • In 2019, he reverted to his old ring name "Shuhei Taniguchi" and formed a team with Kaito Kiyomiya.Maybach Taniguchi-Wikipedia
    • On April 29, 2018, Shiozaki and Kaito Kiyomiya won the GHC Tag Team Championship from The Aggression (Katsuhiko Nakajima and Masa Kitamiya), but lost the titles back to them in their first defense exactly one month later.Go Shiozaki-Wikipedia
    • GHC Heavyweight Champion Kaito Kiyomiya will not participate in this tournament and will instead face the winner of the tournament at the November Ryogoku Kokugikan event.N-1 Victory-Wikipedia

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