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Yuku-Shiro-BWI-World-Champi



NickName:

Lady Fist, Iron Asian Beauty, and Queen of Queens


Theme Music:

Old Music: Samuria ShowDown by RZA


Old Music: Kanye West - Stronger


New Music: Battle Without Honor or Humanity - Tomoyasu Hotei

Entrance:

Battle Without Honor or Humanity by Tomoyasu Hotei erupts from the PA system as smoke fills the rampway bringing the fans to their feet. The sound of a dragon roar followed by the roar of a tiger is the cue for Yuku to walk out through the smoke with purpose and stop of a moment looking at the cheering fans slowly from side to side slowly before walking down to the ring.

Yuku hops on the apron, then slingshots herself into the ring landing on her feet, walks over to a turnbuckle hopping on the second ropes, and slowly raises a fist into the air causing all the fans in the arena to throw a fist up in respect.

Shiro then dives off the second ropes into a tumble roll getting to her feet and throws various thunderous Muay-Thai kicks and slashing elbows to warm up for her match.

TRAINING:

Yuku Shiro was trained by the age of seven in the martial arts known as Hokuto Shinken by her father Ryuken Shiro as well as the family style of professional wrestling. At the age of 16 she was later trained by former NWA/WWE Women's Champion Wendy Richter who did a tour in Japan and by Former Multi-Champion Japanese Women's Wrestler Lioness Asuka, she was also taught by 4-time WCWF/FCW heavyweight champion Legendary "Gas Man" Pro-Pain, and her later training was done by her eldest brother Raoh Shiro.

STRENGTHS:

Powerful Striker/ Martial Artist, Balanced All-Rounder, Versitale Submissionist: Yuku is an extremely fluid, and powerful all rounder female wrestler. A deadly striker/ground and pounder due to her family martial arts background as well as a deadly submissionist. She’s also comfortable as a highflyer despite her 6 foot frame due to it being her main arsenal during inter-gender matches in the early part of her career. Recently Yuku was trained her eldest brother Raoh in the style of big man wrestling. The 7 foot 480 pound monster has given her the tools to execute devastating maneuvers in the ring to hammer her opponents into submission.

(Intergender Matches): Powerful Striker/ Martial Artist, Versitale Submissionist, Skilled High Flyer: Yuku’s career began mainly competing in inter-gender matches. Realizing that leverage and lifting techniques would be a sheer disadvantage to her against her bigger and stronger male opponents Yuku adopted a style of strictly striking, submissions, and highflying maneuvers. She is the Queen of the DDT’s with the ability to hit one out of nowhere, and has the ability to lock in submissions with her powerful legs to wear a bigger opponent down. Most noted is her striking technique…taught at an early age to focus on power instead of strength from her father Shiro has one of the most fast punches and kicks in the business known to drop a solid 300 pounder.

WEAKNESSES:

Cockiness/Ring Wear and Tear: Having competed in inter-gender matches of a large proportion of her career and being successful at it has given Yuku a veritable chip on her shoulder, especially against her female ring counterparts. At times it will cause her to underestimate a female opponent which will lead to an unexpected defeat out of nowhere. Also success in intergender matches came with a price, having competed in some of the most hardcore and extreme matches at a young age has given Yuku some serious wear and tear on her body, making her open to injury…it has also been know to weaken her in drawn out matches.

(Intergender Matches): Ring Wear and Tear (Plainly put still a woman): Even though she has proven that she can stand toe to toe with her tougher male counterparts in the industry Yuku is still at the end a woman, her resilience to pain is equal to that of a male cruiserweight, so if hammered enough by a bigger and tougher opponent Yuku will go down. Also matches like these have done an incredible amount of damage to Yuku’s body. Though she’s adjusted her style to compensate it’s hard to say how long Yuku can compete in these types of matches.

Physical Description:

(See Sig): Yuku has an extremely exotic look for a half Irish and Half Japanese woman specifically her dark complexion, which gives her more of a Hawaiian native look during the summer time; she gets slightly lighter during the winter season.

Ring Attires:

Zero Gear

Irish School Girl attire

Full Black Dragon Attire

Two-Piece Sport Attire

Bone Dragon Attire

Two Piece Metallic Blue

Shogun Attire

Two-Piece Tan Attire


Gimmick:

No nonsense former multi-champion ring veteran and general. One of the most dangerous female wrestlers in this business.


Bio:

Yuku Shiro is the little sister of Raoh, Ken, Toki and Kayoken (Twins), Jagi, and daughter of Master Ryuken Shiro teacher of the art of Hokuto no Shinken. Hokuto Shinken ("North star" God Fist) is the Shiro clan 400 year old martial art fighting style which combines Shôrin-ryû karate, Jujitsu, and Muay-Thai kickboxing which was brought back by Grand Master Kenji Shiro from his travels to Thailand. Yuku is one of the few women to have studied and mastered the family art form. Along with this powerful art form the Yuku was trained with her brothers in the family style professional wrestling, a style consisting of bone-breaking techniques, vicious submission holds combined with high impact moves.


She is known to many as the woman who set the trend for all female wrestlers out there, the first woman to hold a male heavyweight title, the most extreme female wrestler to ever step foot in a wrestling ring, and to one mother. Once the innocent doe eyed young woman who first made her debut in the WCWF, Yuku has become a seasoned female veteran with veins filled with ice water. Where very few women in the business dare venture Yuku rushes head first kicking the doors down. A former CWU Tag, Featherweight, and Blue Collar champion Shiro proves that she can hold her own in division strictly competed for by men, but what clearly put Yuku over the top as a trendsetter was her victory over then former ScW Heavyweight Champion the Dawg, when she soundly defeated him in a dumpster match. She not only closed the chapter in her heated feud against the Dawg for orchestrating the abduction of her daughter in the CWU, but it made her the first woman to ever hold a male held heavyweight title. One of her hardest fights would however be with her former husband Scott Smith, after she chose to divorce him due reasons of neglect. There would lead to a heated feud, which would lead to a strap match at the IEW PPV No Return where armed with the knowledge that Scott Smith was actually behind the abduction of her daughter in the CWU along with the Dawg, Shiro would hammer her husband into submission soundly defeating him that night for the world to see. Yuku competed in the newly resurrected IEW (International Empire Wrestling: GWA) under the guidance of the 4-time WCWF/FCW heavyweight champion Pro-Pain due to a match/wager she lost to him (See IEW PPV: Evolution). Though unhappy by the outcome it is clear that under the instructions of the legendary Gas Man that Yuku may learn and develop into the legend she possibly can be in her sport. Often times overlooked by her male counterparts as a non-threat regardless of her accomplishments Shiro bided her time waiting for the opportunity where she can shock the world one more time, and solidify her claim to being the best by capturing her second ever heavyweight title.


Yuku Shiro signed with Divas Unleashed, an all women’s wrestling federation, walking in as a force of nature. Many who didn’t believed the hype quickly learned that Yuku was not one to be messed with. Within months she captured her first title within the Divas Unleashed the DU Stripped title, which is the second highest title within the DU. Later on she would captured the Divas Unleashed Tag titles with her then at the time wife Tara Lee Shiro, she would eventually lose the Stripped title, but would go on to dominate the DU Tag division for almost half a year as Tag Champions. In the IEW, Shiro would set records capturing FOUR titles being the first woman to hold titles in three different divisions. First woman to hold the IEW Tag Team titles twice, first woman IEW Featherweight Champion, and first woman IEW Solid Steel Champion; eventually the IEW would close for a hiatus, and Yuku would head down to Badass Championship Wrestling, and compete for some time till it’s closing. Yuku for the time decided to remain just with Divas Unleashed. There she became the Dark conscious of DU known as the Lady Dark Fist terrifying and dominating her competition in one stroke. Yuku and Tara would remain unstoppable as Divas Unleashed Tag Team Champion until the fate full day the DU's biggest PPV ever Forsaken Destiny, where they would lose the title to a new rookie team know as Pleasure and Pain a.k.a Faith and Hope Clarkson.

{C}{C}{C Apart from her career in Divas Unleashed, Yuku took an offer by N.W.E President Chris Huerta to return to the world of male professional wrestling competing against her male counterparts for a shot at the N.W.E Heavyweight title, with a new look, and an even more seasoned veteran persona Yuku made known that she was all business. Now with the untimely closing of the N.W.E Shiro deciding not to leave just yet signed on to the UWN Underground Wrestling Network, with her shot at the World title, and another step closer to becoming a legend in this sport.

{C}{C}{C Back in DU, refusing to take the loss to whore amateurs as she's call them, Shiro would soon "KILL" her Lady Dark Fist, and be reborn as the Lady Devil Fist...her mission...the "purification" of the DU, and the World for female professional wrestling. Believing she possesses the ancient art of the DEMON FIST, Shiro will stop at nothing to ensure that her vision is created, and she plans to start with Divas Unleashed itself...even if it means burning it to the ground for it to RISE again. With the tag titles now behind her...Shiro has her eyes LOCKED on the Unleashed title, and anyone who possesses it.


Yuku’s dream would be realized when she would capture the Divas Unleashed Championship on August 28th 2004 against the current champion Kaci Russell in a fatal four way match. During that time of successful title defenses Yuku’s inner battle with her demon self would come to a fatal head where only one would stand alone. On November 28th 2004 Shiro would battle long time arch-rival Star a former DU Champion to defend her championship, but no longer as the Lady Devil Fist, but as the Lady Fist. In one of the most historic and brutal battles in DU history Shiro and Star would find to the end pulling out all stops. In the end Yuku would lose the championship to Star, but win back her soul in the end. Shiro would soon take her leave of Divas Unleashed a month later competing under the umbrella of BWI Battlefield Wrestling Industries (originally Underground Wrestling Network) under one of its banners known as Superior Wrestling Alliance full time. There she would spend the time building back her career and name as the Lady Fist which her persona the Fist almost destroyed. There the persona of the Lady Devil Fist and the scandal she cause was washed away by Yuku no-nonsense clean cut battle ready persona which would make her the first and only 3-Time female World Heavyweight Champion, 2-Time World Tag Champion (Last Tag Champion before close with partner Angel (Reign of Fire), and first female American Champion. Along with being a part of some of the most historical matches the company had ever produced Shiro had done what she set out to do, becoming one of the most respected and feared female wrestlers in this business, an Icon, and soon to be Legend.


During this time Yuku competed in Divas Unleashed, Hardkore World as the reigning and undefeated Hardkore World Women's Champion, and Ultimate Championship Wrestling as their reigning Women's Champion and World Junior Heavyweight Champion. Having dropped the UCW Women's title to Lynn Brewster during a 4-way match, and finally the World Junior Heavyweight Championship to her yet again at the final UCW show, Yuku once again had her eyes set on becoming Divas Unleashed Champion once again.

{C}{C}{C In a fatal four way, the then reigning champion Lilith defended her championship against Katrina, Tiger Lily and Yuku Shiro at Nuclear Pussy 4. After a long and hard-hitting match, Yuku Shiro pinned Lilith to claim a second reign as the Unleashed Champion. {C}{C}{C At Hardkore World Palms Springs Punishment Yuku Shiro would successfully defend her Hardkore World Women's Championship by making Horror Girl submit via the Dragon Killer, but she would lose her Divas Unleashed Championship by a top rope Flick Driver to the new champion Felicity. The rest of 2007 would be a see-saw year for Yuku; she would be one of the first females to be included in a number one contendership match for the UCW Triple Crown Championship, but the company would eventually split. On their last show she would drop both the UCW Women’s and Junior Heavyweight titles to Lynn Brewster. She would be the first woman to get a shot at a Hardkore Heavyweight title in the Canadian Championship belt against then Champion Pat Bozzini. They would fight for the championship down to one minute to the final bell, which Pat capitalizing off of a missed shooting star press, hitting his finisher and getting the pin on Yuku giving her first technical loss in Hardkore World. During this time Battlefield Industries would once again reopen its doors, and Yuku would gladly walk back in on the hunt for World Championship gold. She would not pick up her fourth World title however for the year of 07, coming short on various different title shots, but she did manage to capture the BWI XTC Championship which was similar to the defunct Extreme Championship putting her one title short of the accolade Champion of Champions.


Back in Divas Unleashed Yuku would be on the hunt for her third Divas Unleashed World title, along the way she would form the tag team known as Ladies of Rage with returning seven foot Amazon Caitlin Fairchild, however due to a personal altercation with the owner of DU, Yuku would break ties with the company for the final time vowing never to return.


Back in Hardkore World Yuku would get her very first defeat by a female and lose the Hardkore World Women’s Championship from an exclusive new higher named Angel (ironically the name of her former tag partner in the BWI), Yuku would brutally dominate majority of the match targeting Angel’s injured ankle, but a missed shooting star press (ironically the same way she lost to Bozzini) would allow Angel to capitalize and hit her Angel’s Wings to take the title off of Yuku ending her record breaking one year and four month title reign.


Yuku however would not go quietly into the night as she would return getting a contender’s title shot beating Anjanette Turner in around seven minutes. She would then travel to Germany where she would isolate herself in the abandoned Nazi concentration camp known as Auschwitz to prepare for her return match against Angel. At some point Yuku possibly driven insane by the experience would go M.I.A all the way up till the title match where she should show up, and not only dominate the match once again, but even through another botched shooting star press manage to kick out, hit the Life Hammer on Angel and reclaim her Hardkore World Women’s Championship for the second time in her career.


2008

Shiro would walk into 2008 as champion, and also tied with Angel as Hardkore Woman of the Year for 2007, but her greatest accomplishment walking into 2008 was taking a step down in the BWI World Heavyweight division to take a title shot against the then Ultra Champion Eric Crash in her homeland and city of Tokyo Japan. Yuku would hit a devastating flipping piledriver off the top turnbuckle on Crash to capture the Ultra Championship and to most importantly become the first person under the new BWI banner to claim the title Champion of Champions, elevating her iconic status in the BWI. In Hardkore World Yuku would continue her second title reign with defeats over the then undefeated Suzie Machina and good friend and rival Dragonatrix, she would lose the Ultra Championship two weeks later to Travis Dex, who shoved a referee into the turnbuckle she had ascend causing her to fall, and allowing him to hit his finisher called the Redneck Rampage. Yuku would gain vengeance by costing him the title against Phenyx at the BWI Pay-Per-View Slamfest.


Yuku continued her title reign in 2008 as Hardkore World Women’s Champion; while teaming yet again with Caitlin Fairchild to reform Ladies of Rage in Hardkore World, and to compete in the 2008 Frank Marano Jr. Women’s Tag Team Tournament. They had gotten sanction from Hardkore World president and Chairman Jonnie Valentine to create Hardkore World Women’s Tag Team Championships, which they intended to award either the winners of the tournament in order to promote the division. Yuku would once again make it to the final with Fairchild, but would be brutally attacked by the team known as the Vicious Circle comprised of Madison Dyson and Suzie Machina with the aid of sledgehammers and brass knuckles. This would spark the most heated feud to be seen in the Hardkore World Women’s Division the Vicious Circle would both win the tournament and be crowned the new Women’s Tag Champions. Yuku would gain some measure vengeance especially against Machina with various attacks backstage at the next show, but Machina would have the last laugh as she would capture the Hardkore World Women’s Championship from Yuku with the aid of new Vicious Circle member Kim Riggs. Yuku and Fairchild would strengthen their numbers against the Vicious Circle with long time rival now ally known as Angel, Yuku would go on to get a measure of vengeance against the Vicious Circle by soundly defeating Kim Riggs in an Iron Maiden Match at the Staples Center in California, then her and Angel would go on to add another beating to the Vicious Circle by defeating them at Hardkore World Irish Rage for the Hardkore World Women’s Tag Championships. 2008 would end with Yuku and Angel heading into 2009 as the current Women’s Tag Champions and the feud between the Ladies of Rage and the Vicious Circle still raging on as well.


Back in the BWI Yuku continued her hunt for her fourth BWI World title with many title shots, but with very little success falling short to Abe Rogers both times at Meltdown and the Great American Rumble in 2008. Her final shot would be at Holiday Havoc, her second time in the Holiday Havoc Match. Yuku would lose the championship due to interference from “The Train” Ruben Fernandez attacking her during her match, and revealing her picture in the gift box. Apparent payback for defeating him for the final spot for the match a show before that.


2009


In Hardkore World as the war continued between Ladies of Rage and the Vicious Circle Shiro and Angel would soundly defend their tag titles against the team known as the mother and daughter tag team known as the Black Express. Ladies of Rage would also add to their ranks former Hardkore Nippon Women’s and ACE Women's tag titles and USA Women's Champion Dragonatrix and the returning Amanda Kauffman while delivering another vicious assault to the Vicious Circle after their attack on Caitlin Fairchild now known as Darkchild. The next show down between the two female stables would be in Sin City Las Vegas as Darkchild would be pitted against Hardkore World Women’s Champion Madison Dyson in a stretcher match for the belt, and Yuku Shiro and Angel would defend their World Women’s Tag Championships against Suzie Machina and Dyson’s new female bodyguard Mercy in a TLC match.


Would see Yuku coming back with both World title on her mind as well as vengeance as she would viciously attack Fernandez the first Destruction as well as brutally assault a referee. Acting President Adam Essex would demand that she apologize at the next Destruction show. Yuku however would have other ideas spitting in Fernandez’s face and then attacking him as well as Essex’s security guarding, throwing then President out of the ring, and then delivering a one-woman springboard legdrop con-chair-to to Fernandez.


Needless to say an infuriated Essex would be forced to fire Yuku and throw her out of the building. Weeks would go by until Yuku would appear once again at the BWI PPV Winter War Zone having implored Abe Rogers to return to action after walking out in protest for her being fired. Rogers would return on that night, and the new General Manager for the BWI John Cook would reinstate Yuku back to the BWI on that night as well sparking Yuku’s war with Fernandez once again.


With Shiro dead bent on derailing the train once and for all and the attacks against one another becoming more intense show after show…the final showdown appears to be none other than the next Pay-Per-View Slam Fest 2009.


At Slam Fest 2009 Shiro would exact brutal vengeance on Fernandez in Oblivion match targeting his knee. Throughout the match she would hammer it with anything she could pull from off the cage to the point she forced him to submit . Fernandez badly injured would be shelved indefinitely.


Back in Hardkore World the Ladies of Rage would not fair too well in their war against the Vicious Circle as Yuku and Angel would drop their World Women’s Tag Championships to Suzie Machina and Dyson’s new female bodyguard Mercy in a TLC match, and Dyson would manage to retain her title through underhanded tactics against the ominous Darkchild.


To top it off Amanda Kauffman was badly injured to the point of paralyses by Madison Dyson when she tag teamed with Darkchild against her and Suzie Machina in the Frank Marano Jr. 2009 Women’s Tag Team Tournament.


Ladies of Rage would not be defeated yet as the Vicious Circle would implode from the inside due to betrayal from their own leader Madison Dyson who opted to leave and join her boyfriend/baby daddy Matthew X is in stable called the cleansing, but not before Yuku would soundly defeat Madison Dyson with the Bow Down Driver at Hardkore Hall in Palm Springs, California to capture her third World Women’s Championship.


2009 would end with Yuku walking into 2010 Hardkore World Women’s Champion, but no closer to recapturing the World title in the BWI.


2010


Would begin as a rocky start for the Queen of Queens, her epic match against Darkchild in Hardkore World for the World Women’s Championship would be interrupted by a brutal attack by the new Cleansing; she would later drop the Hardkore World Women’s Championship belt in what would be known as a veritable upset against newcomer Natalie Burrows in Portland Oregon.


No longer would Hardkore World Women’s Champion Yuku refocus her attention to her career in BWI and her hunt of the BWI World Championship belt which has eluded her for so long. And it would not be long till her hunt would be over.



It would begin at May 30th, Destruction from The Q, Cleveland, Ohio where Yuku and her now tag team partner Kira Bristow would face off against the tag team champions American Made for the belts. With a well placed Fusion Super Dragon Slam off the top rope (Double C-4), the KnockOuts would pick up their first tag team championships as a team, this would be Yuku’s third within the BWI. That same night BWI World Champion Sammy Nyte would openly challenge Shiro putting his title on the line…Yuku would gladly accept.


On June 20th, what would be called Destruction Down Under from the Super Dome in Sydney, Australia…in what can be best described as a classic five star match between female veteran and up and coming champion, Shiro would prove that even though Nyte had the advantage of being male, Shiro was still the Queen of Queens as she would hit him with her Dragon Factor then strap him into her Dragon Twist forcing him to submit capturing her fourth World Championship belt within the BWI going down as the third person to accomplish this feat and the only woman to do so within the BWI.

Yuku would go onto successfully defend her BWI World Championship on the second biggest stage of the BWI on July 18th,Independence Day Brawl from Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California in a triple threat title match against former World Champions Midnight Rider and Abe Rogers.


A well placed Dragon Factor and pin on Rider would insure that Yuku would retain her championship and headline BWI huge one year event Legacy 6’s World Championship match against Great American Rumble 2010 Winner Sammy Nyte.


Back in Hardkore World the company was under new management in the name of former four-time Hardkore World Heavyweight Champion Syberus after defeating and forcing Jonnie Valentine to step down at Palms Springs Punishment 2010.


At a show of his own design named Jonniepalooza the new president pitted Yuku, the newly reigning Hardkore World Women’s Champion Madison Dyson, and seven other top female competitors in a Queen Maker Elimination Match for the Hardkore World Women’s Championship, Yuku would put out a show stopping performance eliminated a total of four women from the match being the second to last standing, but a crafty Dyson would sneak behind Yuku and school girl her for the pin and to retain her title.


However Syberus impressed with Yuku’s performance granted her another one on one title shot against Dyson at Hardkore World’s final show the Frank Marano Jr. Tag Team 2010 tournament show.


While preparing for Hardkore World’s final show, a pining began in Yuku’s heart…and for the first time ever Yuku went back on her word and called the last person she ever expected to talk. After a somber and heartfelt conversation with Shane Rockford, upon the closing of Hardkore World…Yuku would venture back home…to Divas Unleashed.


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Yuku at a 2008 Maxim Photoshoot

Federations competed in (Past):

1.World Championship Wresting Federation (@IW) - CLOSED

2.Japanese Championship Wrestling Federation (@IW)- CLOSED

3.Colossal Wrestling United (UWN)- CLOSED

4.Sin City Wrestling (@IW)- CLOSED

5.International Empire Wrestling (GWA) - CLOSED

6.Divas Unleashed- OPEN & ACTIVE

7.Badass Championship Wrestling - CLOSED

8.New Wave Enterprise (N.W.E)- CLOSED

9.Underground Wrestling Network - CLOSED

10.BWI Battlefield Wrestling Industries/originally UWN (Superior Wrestling Alliance)- OPEN & ACTIVE

11. HardKore World-- CLOSED

12. Ultimate Championship Wrestling - CLOSED

13. 3WL: The World Women's Wrestling League - OPEN & ACTIVE

Memorable Matches:

1. Yuku Shiro vs. Scott Smith (Strap Match: IEW No Return)

2. Yuku Shiro vs. The Dawg (SCW Heavyweight title match: Dumpster Match)

3. Yuku Shiro vs. Gato SCW Women's title match:Gauntlet match: Extreme Match/Glass Shards Match/Ladder Match]

4. Yuku Shiro vs. Tommy Caine (CWU PPV: Gauntlet match: Extreme/Glass Shards/Hell in a Cell Barbed-Wired Japanese Death Match)

5. Yuku Shiro vs. Scorpion vs. Nick Talon (UWN Saturday Mayhem: UWN World Heavyweight Championship Triple Threat Match)

6. Yuku Shiro vs. Blood Thirsty Brawn vs. Seven (UWN Slamfest: UWN World Heavyweight Championship Seven Deadly Sins Match)

7. Yuku Shiro vs. Damien Hunter (SWA Tuesday Night Destruction: SWA World Heavyweight Championship Match)

8. Yuku Shiro vs. "Texas Terror" Jesse Rollen vs. Nick Talon (SWA Halloween Massacre: SWA World Heavyweight Championship Triple Threat Match)

9.Yuku Shiro vs. Sir Psycho (WCWF PPV Wrestle War III: Japanese Bared Wired Death Match)

10. Yuku Shiro vs. Star (Divas Unleased PPV: Dead to the World: Divas Unleashed title match

11. Yuku Shiro vs Star II (Divas Unleased PPV: Forsaken Destiny III: Grudge match)

12. Yuku Shiro vs Tamara Sanchez II (Irish Rage in Belfast 2006: Hardkore World Women's title Match (Ambulance Match Rules))

13. Yuku Shiro vs Lynn "Wild Cat" Brewster (5 Year Anniversary Show: UCW Women's title match)

14. Yuku Shiro vs Sammy Nyte (June 20th, Destruction Down Under: BWI World Championship Match)'

Championships and Accomplishments:

  • Battlefield Wrestling Industries
  • BWI World Champion (6x -Current)
  • BWI American Champion
  • BWI World Tag Champion (3x) - Partner Kira Bristow - Partner Angel
  • BWI Ultra Champion
  • BWI XTC Champion (4x)



  • Hardkore World
  • Hardkore World Women's Champion (3x - First title defense was for 14 Months)
  • Hardkore World Women's Tag Champion - Partner Angel


  • Ultimate Championship Wrestling
  • UCW World Junior Heavyweight Champion
  • UCW Women's Champion


  • World x-treme Wrestling
  • wXw Xtreme Bombshell Champion (Retired...Last Champion)


  • International Empire Wrestling - GWA Umbrella
  • IEW Solid Steel Champion
  • IEW Tag Champion (2x) - Brother Kayoken Shiro
  • IEW Featherweight Champion


  • Colossal Wrestling United – UWN umbrella
  • CWU Tag Champion - Partner Andresa "The Giant"
  • CWU Featherweight Champion
  • CWU Blue Collar Champion


  • Sin City Wrestling - @IW Umbrella
  • SCW Heavyweight Champion
  • SCW Women's Champion


  • Japanese Championship Wrestling Federation - @IW Umbrella
  • JCWF Tag Champion - Partner Andresa "The Giant"

Other Awards:

  • Divas Unleashed
  • Ranked #12 in the 2003 Divas Unleashed Top 30
  • Ranked #1 in the 2004 Divas Unleashed Top 30
  • July and August 2004 Diva of the Month
  • Diva of the Year - 2004
  • Ranked #5 in the 2006 Divas Unleashed Top 30
  • Divas Unleashed Hall of Fame Inductee - 2005
  • Divas Unleashed Triple Crown Champion*
  • *Won World titles, Tag titles, and Second tier title in her career there. (Second woman to accomplish that feat)



  • Ultimate Championship Wresting
  • UCW Women’s Wrestler of the Year 2006



  • Hardkore World
  • 2006 HARDKORE WOMAN OF THE YEAR
  • 2007 HARDKORE WOMAN OF THE YEAR (Tied with Angel)
  • 2007 FRANK MARANO JR. MEMORIAL WOMEN'S CUP WINNER



  • Battlefield Wrestling Industries
  • BWI Champion of Champions**
  • BWI Triple Crown Champion*
  • *Won World titles, Tag titles, and Second tier title in her career there. (First woman ever...second person to accomplish that feat)
  • ** Held every single championship within the BWI (First woman ever...third person to accomplish that feat)
  • BWI 2010 Wrestler of the Year Bomber Award
  • BWI 2010 Rivalry of the Year Bomber Award: Sammy Nyte versus Yuku Shiro


2007 OSeW (The Other Side Of eWrestling) YEAR-END AWARDS:

BEST MATCH OF 2007

Ranked #3 (tie) Felicity vs. Tiger Lily vs. Yuku Shiro (DU)

BEST FINISHER OF THE YEAR

Ranked #2 (tie) Shadow's Bane [UWF, SPW, NEWF, TBNIT], Queen Breaker [NEWF, PJG], Life Hammer [HW, DU], Angels Dust (DU, xWo)

TOP 86

Ranked #28 Yuku Shiro [HW]


OSEW (The Other Side Of eWrestling): MID-YEAR TOP 104

Ranked #60 (tie) Yuku Shiro [HKW: America]

YUKU SHIRO COMPLETE MOVE LIST:

Transistion Move:

1. Clinch: This is the most important and toughest technique of Muay Thai. In a clinch, Yuku controls her opponent by locking her arms or neck in a clinch and knock her to the ground. Both knee and elbow techniques are used in a clinch. In this technique, Yuku presses her forearms against the opponent's collar bone and her hands are around the latter's head.

{C}{C}{C Leg Strikes (1 thru 25 – 25 being the most powerful):

1. Roundhouse Kick: Roundhouse kick (mawashi geri (回し蹴り ?): Yuku swings her leg sideways in a circular motion, kicking the opponent's side with the front of the leg, usually with the top of the foot (called the instep), ball of the foot, toe (if careful), or shin. Also performable is a 360 degree kick in which Yuku performs a full circle with her leg. The striking surface is generally either the instep, shin or ball of the foot.

2. Diagonal Kick: It’s a round kick (roundhouse kick) to forty five degree roundhouse kick (or "diagonal kick"). It's the most popular in kick-boxing, Burmese boxing and Muay Thai and can be used in almost every situation. With this kick Yuku can attack all parts of the opponent’s body and counter against every kind of attack, which is not the case with other kicking techniques.

3. Axe Heel Kick: An axe kick is characterized by the straightened leg coming down on an opponent, like the blade of an axe.

4. Jump Kick: A jumping kick is very similar to a flying kick, except that it lacks the running start and Yuku simply jumps and kicks from a stationary position.

5. Scissor Kick: Yuku kicks opponent in the gut, while opponent is double over Yuku bounces off the ropes, and comes in delivering a jumping ax kick to opponent’s back driving opponent face first into the mat.

6. Dropkick to the front of the knees: Yuku jumps up, and hits opponent in either one or both their knees with a hard dropkick.

7. Dragon Bends Steel: Yuku locks opponent in a Muy-Thai clinch, strikes with repeated knees to the abdominal area, then bodyslams opponent.

8. Jumping spinning round house kick

9. Yakuza Kick: Running Arching Big Boot.

10. Standing dropkick: Yuku catches a standing or running opponent with a standard dropkick from a standing position.

11. Running Somersault dropkick: Yuku bounces off ropes front flips and nails victim with a flying drop kick.

12. Super Kick: A high side thrust kick attack, which sees the Yuku use the sole of the foot to strike an opponent's head or chin, usually preceded by a sidestep.

13. Super side thrust kick:Yuku drills opponent in the face with a super side thrusting kick.

14. Dragon kick: Yuku kicks opponent in the ribs, and then viciously kicks her grounded leg dropping opponent to the mat.

15. Knee Assault: Yuku double underhooks opponent’s arms forcing opponent to the ground, and proceeds to batter opponent with knees to the skull.

16. Dragon Combo Kick: Yuku kicks victim in the ribs, hits a Jumping Round House Kick, and levels opponent with a legsweep.

17. Tiger Combo Kick: Yuku kicks opponent in the kneecap, hits a Jumping Inside Crescent Kick, and then hits a legsweep.

18. Tiger Knee: Yuku gets a running start or bounces off the ropes, flies through the air, and nails opponent with a knee to the face.

19. Dragon Whips Tail: Bone crushing round house kick delivered to the ribs.

20. Gator Whips Tail: Bone crushing round house kick delivered to the side of the knees.

21. Diving Tiger Knee: From an elevated position (top turnbuckle, apron, whatever) Yuku will leap off and slam a standing opponent right in the face with a devastating Muay-Thai knee dropping them.

22. Tiger Knee Crush: Yuku comes running at opponent full speed, jumps into the air and drives two Muay-Thai knees into the chest or face of opponent leveling them. This can also be a counter to being irishwhipped to the ropes when an opponent goes for a clothesline or boot.

23. Diving Tiger Knee Crush: From an elevated position (top turnbuckle, apron, whatever) while opponent is lying prone face up, Yuku will leap off grabbing both her ankles tucking her legs in tight and come down driving both knees into either the chest or sternum of opponent.

24. Tatsumaki Zankuukyaku (Air Slashing Kick): Yuku hits a reverse roundhouse, and inside crescent kick, a jumping reverse roundhouse kick to opponent’s skull, then levels her with a legsweep.

25. Tiger Genocide: With opponent locked in a Muay-Thai clinch (both Yuku arms locked behind the back of opponent’s head to control movement) Yuku will deliver several Muay-Thai knee strikes to both sides of opponent’s ribcage while thrashing them around the ring, she will then deliver a jumping Muay-Thai knee to the jaw or face dropping them.


Counter Leg Strikes (1 thru 5 – 5 being the most powerful):

1. Enzuigiri: Victim catches Yuku leg, but Yuku reverses it with an enzuigiri to victim's head.

2. Reverse roundhouse kick: Yuku catches victim's foot, and nails victim with a reverse roundhouse kick to the head.

3. Back flip kick: Victim catches Yuku’s foot; Shiro jumps up, and blasts opponent in the jaw with a back flip kick.

4. Dropkick counter: Yuku is bounced off the ropes, tossed in the air, comes down and dropkick to victim in the face.

5. Rapid Knees Strikes: Yuku ducks opponent's punch, grabs his head and delivers 6 rapid knees to the gut, and one to the jaw.

{C}{C}{C Fist Strikes (1 thru 22 – 22 being the most powerful):

1. Chest chops: Yuku with a vicious chop to opponent's chest, another, and another!

2. Spinning back hand fist: Yuku spins around and lands a stiff backhanded fist to opponent's jaw.

3. Japanese uppercut: European uppercut with an extra snap.

4. Elbow Slash: The Elbow slash generally be used when Yuku wants to attack the upper part of facial area such as forehead, eye and nose. It can be done by swing the elbow diagonally downward, normally in 45 degree angle (like a "slash" sign) to attack the target. Normally Yuku can not use the elbow slash to attack alone as she needs to get close to opponent enough to attack. The elbow slash will be used effectively when Yuku wants to response to opponent's knee-kick.

5. Horizontal Elbow: It is quite similar to the elbow slash technique. The different is only Yuku has to swing the elbow horizontally, parallel to the ground. Sok Tad is done by raising the arm at 90 degree angle to armpit, and the hand at 30 degree to the elbow. The elbow must be parallel to the floor at all time, even during the swinging movement. The targets of Sok Tad lie in the jaws, chin, or even the ribs, if you lower your body to launch the strike.

6. Uppercut Elbow: The uppercut elbow can be done by swing the elbow diagonally upwards to attack target especially chin.

7. Spinning Elbow: The spinning elbow technique is quite different from other elbow technique. As Yuku spins her body around to generate the elbow strike. Spinning Elbow is considered to be a deadly trick in Muay Thai Boxing. It could knock down the opponent with so sudden a force and venom. It could easily draw blood from the opponent, it has not been recorded in the history of Thai boxing when Spinning Elbow was invented but one could say with certainty that is a result of continuous evolution.

8. Elbow Chop: Chopping Elbow Strikes is closely related to Sok Chieng (Diagonal Elbow). In case Diagonal Elbow misses and going in its upward flight, pull the elbow back downward in the chopping movement when the opponent is careless, believing that Diagonal Elbow has missed, therefore exposing the gap for her to exploit. When she comes in to attack, she will find herself chopped by Sok Sab. The basic movement of Chopping Elbow is very similar to Diagonal Elbow. It is simply a matter of reversing of the direction, namely, from up to down, rather than from down to up.

9. Double Elbow Chop: Double Elbow is anther weapon for self-defense in Thai Boxing when speedy action required in dire circumstances. In the past, Sodsal Naruepai was a Thai boxer who was so skillful with Double Elbow so he was called "The Sok Ku General".

10.Ground and Pound Attack: Yuku tackles opponent, passes her guard, and hammers opponent with forearm and hammer shots to the face.

11.Superwoman punch: Or Cobra punch is a technique used in Muay Thai and mixed martial arts fighting. The technique involves bringing the rear leg forward to feign a kick, then snapping the leg back while throwing a cross, resulting in greater power behind the punch.

12. Tiger Shot: Muay-Thai forearm smash to the face.

13. Tiger Whirlwind: Muay-Thai forearm smash to the face followed by a spinning reverse Muay-Thai elbow smash to the side of the skull.

14. Tiger Uppercut: Muay-Thai forearm smash delivered in the form of an uppercut to the jaw of opponent.

15. Tiger Skull Crush: Yuku leaps up and drives an elbow right into the top of the skull of an opponent.

16. Diving Tiger Elbow: From an elevated position (top turnbuckle, apron, whatever) Yuku will leap off and drives and elbow right into the top of the skull of an opponent.

17. Tiger Brings Prey Down: While facing her opponent, Yuku first jumps up and hooks her legs around her opponent's neck. She the drives an elbow right into the top of the skull of an opponent, then does a 360 backwards flip, forcing her opponent to do a front somersault. Upon impact with the mat, Shiro hooks the legs for the pin attempt.

18. Gou Hadouken-Strong Surge Fist: Yuku comes in throwing a devastating heart punch to her opponent’s chest.

19. Gou Shoryuken-Strong Rising Dragon Fist: A jumping Japanese uppercut (European uppercut with extra snap) to the jaw of opponent.

20. Zankuu Hadouken--Air-Cutting Surge Fist: Yuku bounces off the ropes, leaps into the air, and clocks opponent with a vicious right to the face.

21. Messatsu Gou Hadou(Destructive Strong Surge Fist): Yuku throws a vicious lefts and rights to each side of opponent’s rib cage, and then follows through with a devastating heart punch to her opponent’s chest.

22. Messatsu Gou Shoryuu(Destructive Strong Rising Dragon Fist): Yuku grabs opponent’s hair, and belts them with three straight uppercuts to the gut doubling them over, then hits a jumping Japanese uppercut (European uppercut with extra snap) to the jaw of opponent lifting them off their feet.


Counter Fist Strikes (1 thru 2 – 2 being the most powerful):


2. Dragon Lariot: Yuku ducks opponent’s clothesline stopping short, waits for her to turn around, and the levels her with a Burning Lariot.

{C}{C}{C Counter Moves: (1 thru 8 – 8 being the most powerful):

1. Powerbomb counter: Yuku is hoisted up into a powerbomb, but she punches victim in the face and hits a hurricanrana.

2. Top Rope Dragon-Leg Screw: Opponent goes up top, but Yuku runs up grabbing one of their legs and flings them down with a dragon leg screw.

3. Top rope Japanese armdrag: Opponent goes up top, but Yuku runs up and flings opponent down with a Japanese Armdrag.

4. Top rope head scissors: Opponent goes up top, but Yuku does a handstand on the second ropes, wrapping her legs around their neck and hits a headscissors takedown.

5. X-Factor Powerbomb Counter: Yuku is hoisted up into a powerbomb, but she pokes victim in the eye and nails an X-Factor.

6. Suplex counter: Yuku is lifted into a vertical suplex, but squirms free dropping the Reverse DDT on victim.

7. Backbody drop counter: Yuku is bounced off the ropes, and counters the attempted backbody drop with a double arm DDT.

8. Counter DDT: Yuku is bounced off the ropes, and tossed into the air; she comes down and nails victim with a DDT.

{C}{C}{C Various DDT’s (1 thru 12 – 12 being the most powerful):

1. Reverse DDT also known as an Inverted DDT::Facing her opponent's back, Yuku grabs her opponent's head, puts it under her arm and drops down.

2. Reverse Diving DDT: Standing behind her opponent, Yuku bends him/her backwards and applies an inverted facelock. She then jumps backwards dropping to the mat onto her chest, driving the opponent down to the mat back-first.

3. Facebreaker DDT: Yuku applies a front facelock and then falls backwards, much like a normal DDT, but instead of the opponent's head impacting the mat, Yuku falls to a kneeling or sitting position driving the face of the opponent onto her knee.

4. Snap DDT: Yuku applies a front facelock to her opponent. Yuku then jumps down onto her back, swinging her legs forward, bending the opponent, and driving them down to the mat face, forehead, or head first.

5. Jumping Tornado DDT: Yuku charges at a standing opponent, jumps up and apply the front facelock in mid air before swinging herself round and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.

6. Springboard tornado DDT: Yuku will springboard off the ring ropes while flying towards an opponent, catches her opponent in a front face-lock in mid air before swinging herself round and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.

7. Reverse Tornado DDT: Yuku applies an inverted facelock from an elevated position (for example, sitting on the top turnbuckle against an opponent standing on the mat, or from the apron against an opponent standing on the ground). She then jumps off so that she swings around the opponent. Using the momentum from the jump, she falls forwards and slams the back of the opponent's head into the mat. It could also be done when Yuku is standing on the mat instead of an elevated position.

8. Flying Tornado DDT: Yuku will dive off the top turnbuckle or elevated position while flying towards an opponent, catches her opponent in a front face-lock in mid air before swinging herself round and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.

9. Running moonsault into a Reverse DDT: With her opponent standing in the ring, Yuku does a quick quebrada off the second rope and lands with her opponent's head under her arm. She then hits a reverse DDT.

10. Corkscrew DDT: On the top turnbuckle or elevated position, Yuku leaps off performing a 180° turn in mid-air before catching her opponent in a front face-lock in mid air and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.

11. 540 DDT: With opponent standing, Yuku will dive off the top turnbuckle or elevated position while flying towards an opponent flipping forward 450° before catching her opponent in a front face-lock on the way down and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.

12. 720 DDT: Phoenix DDT / 720° DDT (Twisting springboard tornado DDT) From the apron, Shiro will leap onto the top rope, Yuku will then springboard off the ring ropes while flying towards an opponent, spinning a full 720° before catching her opponent in a front face-lock in mid air before swinging herself round and falling backwards down to the mat to deliver the DDT.


Submission Moves (1 thru 9 – 9 being the most painful):

1. Koji Clutch: The opponent lays face down on the mat. Yuku lies face up and slightly to the side of the opponent. Yuku then hooks their far leg across the neck of the opponent. Yuku then hooks her hands behind the opponent's head, having one arm pass over their own leg and the other under. Yuku then pulls backwards with her arms and pushes forward with her leg, causing pressure.

2. Inverted three quarter figure four leglock: The opponent is lying face down on the ground. Yuku kneels over the opponent's thighs with her left leg between the opponent's leg, then bends her opponent's left leg around her left thigh. After that she places the opponent's right leg over the opponent's left ankle and puts her own right leg under the opponent's left ankle. Finally, she puts both of her feet over the opponent's right foot and presses on it.

3. Ringpost figure four leglock: The opponent is either downed or standing next to one of the ring corner posts. Yuku exits the ring to the outside and drags the opponent by the legs towards the ringpost, so that the post is between the opponent's legs (similar to when somebody 'crotches' their opponent with the ringpost). Yuku then stands on the ring apron, on the outside of the turnbuckle/ropes and applies the figure four leglock with the ringpost between the opponent's legs. Yuku then falls back while grabbing the opponent's legs/feet, hanging upside down from the ring apron. The ringpost assists the move, creating more damage and leverage to the opponent's knee.

4.Kneeling Inverted Sharpshooter: This starts off with the opponent prone. Yuku steps between the opponent's legs with one of her own and crosses the opponent’s legs so that their near leg's ankle is in the far leg's knee pit. Yuku then does not mount the opponent, but instead remains to the side of the opponent and pushes to cause pain.

5. Ankle Lock Submission:While her opponent is face down on the mat, Yuku grabs her opponent's ankle and viciously twists it. (Can transition into Grapevine Ankle Lock)

6. Grapevine Ankle Lock: Yuku applying the hold falls to the mat and scissors the leg of the opponent. This stops the opponent from rolling out of the move and makes it harder for him/her to crawl to the ropes but lessens the pressure that can be applied.

7. Dragon's Jaw (Submission Hold): Yuku straps opponent in a full nelson, and then hits a dragon suplex driving opponent on the back of their neck, she will then keep the full nelson locked in, but instead of bridging she will sink in the full nelson hold while scissoring the opponent's body to keep them from moving and to cut off any additional air.

8. Dragon Sleeper:While her opponent is sitting on the mat, Yuku comes up from behind and hooks her opponent's head under her arm while still in a crouching position. She then pulls back, applying pressure to her opponent's neck and upper back. (Can transition into Dragon Killer)

9. Dragon Killer: Yuku puts the Dragon Sleeper on victim, wraps her legs around victim's waist and pulls.

{C}{C}{C Various Ariel Moves (1 thru 21 – 21 being the most powerful):

1. Flying shoulderblock: Yuku bounces off the ropes, and leaps into the air taking opponent down with a hard shoulder block.

2. Hurricanrana:While facing her opponent, Yuku first jumps up and hooks her legs around her opponent's neck. She then does a 360 backwards, forcing her opponent to do a front somersault. Upon impact with the mat, Shiro hooks the legs for the pin attempt.

3. Swinging bulldog: After grabbing her opponent around the neck, Yuku rebounds out of the corner and hits a bulldog to the mat.

4. Springboard bulldog: Yuku will springboard off the ring ropes while flying towards an opponent, catches her opponent in a headlock and then drives the opponent into the ground as Yuku falls to the mat.

5. Asai leg lariat: Yuku springboards off the second rope, wraps her leg around the opponent's head/neck knocking the opponent to the ground.

6. Balancing springboard neckbreaker drop: From the apron Yuku leaps onto the top of the middle rope, balances, springboards, and hits victim with a flying neckbreaker drop.

7. Balancing springboard double leg drop: From the apron Yuku leaps onto the top of the middle rope, balances, springboards, and hits victim with a double leg drop.

8. Flying Super Side Kick: Executed when a Yuku jumps from a raised platform (usually the top turnbuckle), and hits a standing opponent with a thrust kick in mid-air.

9. Asai moonsault bodyblock:With her opponent standing outside the ring, Yuku Shiro does a springboard moonsault off the second rope down onto her opponent.

10. Flying Space Tiger Attack: Yuku does a handspring, dives OVER the top rope, and hits victim with a sick suicida bodyblock!

11. Twisting moonsault:With her opponent standing, Yuku goes up to the top turnbuckle and hits a twisting corkscrew moonsault down onto her opponent.

12. Dragon Dive: Yuku comes off the top rope and hits victim with a spear.

13. Flying bulldog: This is a Bulldog (head-lock takedown) performed by a Yuku from an elevated position. A bulldog is a move in which the Shiro applies a head lock or face lock to her opponent and leaps forward, so that Yuku lands on her back or in a sitting position, driving the opponent’s face into the mat.

14.Reverse frankensteiner: [1]Also known as an Inverted Frankensteiner or Poison Rana. This is a headscissors takedown executed on an opponent sitting on the top turnbuckle. However, unlike a standard frankensteiner, the opponent is facing away from the ring on the top turnbuckle thus the opponent backflips over and land on their chest rather than their back. This move can also be performed to the outside of the ring if the opponent is facing the inside of the ring or sitting on one edge of the corner turnbuckle facing the audience with both legs on the outside of the ring on the same side. There is also a standing variation of this move in which the Yuku jumps onto the opponent's shoulders from behind and then flips backwards driving the opponent head and/or chest onto the mat.

15. Arabian Facebuster: (HARDCORE MOVE) [2]With her opponent lying on the mat, Yuku jumps in the air, puts a chair under her legs and drives the chair into her opponent's face.

16. Shooting star legdrop: [3]This move sees Yuku jump forward from an elevated position, executing a backflip in mid-air and keeps revolving backwards so that she performs a legdrop so that she lands the bottom side of her leg across the opponent's throat, chest or face.

17. Corkscrew shooting star legdrop: Yuku performs a shooting star legdrop, but during the backflip executes a 180° body rotation. The only difference between this move and the shooting star legdrop is Yuku lands in the opposing direction.

18. Moonsault double foot stomp: This variation sees Yuku perform a moonsault but instead of landing on the opponent in a splash position Yuku would continue the rotation so that she would be able to drive both feet into an opponent who is lying on the ground.

19. Shooting star double foot stomp: This variation of the double foot stomp sees Yuku perform a shooting star press and continue the rotation to land with both feet on an opponent.

20. Shooting star piledriver: This move more closely resembles a shooting star ending in a facebuster rather than a piledriver, though it was referred to as a "Shooting Star Piledriver". An executed springboard shooting star press landing with Yuku's legs straddles the head of opponent driving them head first into the mat below.

21. Shooting Star DDT: This move another variation of the shooting star press requires Yuku to be on the top turnbuckle while the opponent is standing up, Yuku executes a shooting star (flip in mid air counter clockwise) before grabbing the opponent’s head and slamming it on the ground finishing with the DDT.


Powerbombs (1 thru 6 –6 being the most powerful):

1. Dangan Bomb: Innovated and named by Masato Tanaka this move is performed when Yuku will put the opponent in to the position for a back body drop, lift them up and then catch them in mid air as if going for a spinebuster but instead put the opponent’s legs on her shoulders then drive the opponent to the mat like a falling powerbomb.

2. Thunder Fire Powerbomb: Also known as Thunderfire Powerbomb, One shoulder powerbomb, or Canadian backbreaker rack powerbomb. Yuku faces a bent opponent and places her in the standing headscissors position (bent forward with their head placed between Yuku's thighs). Yuku then grabs hold around the opponent's upper torso or waist, and lifts her on top one of Yuku's shoulders on her back. Yuku then bends forward and slams the opponent down to the mat on her back or shoulders. Yuku can also drop down on one or both knees while slamming the opponent.

3. MKM Bomb: Yuku places her opponent face-up across her shoulders, as in an Argentine backbreaker rack, hooks the head with one hand and a leg with the other, Yuku will then spin the opponent's head away from her, dropping the opponent down to the mat. Often Yuku drops to a seated position while spinning the opponent.

4. Fireman's carry powerbomb: Yuku lifts the opponent on to her shoulders, into the Fireman's carry position. Yuku grabs hold of the opponent's near leg with one hand, and her head with the other. She then pushes the opponent's upper body up and simultaneously spins them, causing them to end up in front of Yuku face up. Yuku then either sits down or stays standing. She may also wrap her hands around the opponent's upper legs.

5. Super Blue Thunder Driver or Super Blue Thunder Powerbomb: After atomic dropping opponent on the top rope, Yuku climbs the second rope and gets into a back suplex position where Yuku stands behind her opponent and puts her head under the arm of the opponent. She then lifts the opponent up using one arm around the waist of the opponent and another under their legs. Yuku then spins the opponent around 180° while jumping off the second rope at the same time, dropping her opponent to the mat back first as she drops to a sitting position.

6. Flying Dragon Bomb (Sunset Flip Powerbomb from Apron to Floor): With opponent standing on the ring apron, facing toward the ring. Yuku will run and sunset flip over the top rope and opponent and complete the move by powerbombing the opponent from the ring apron to the arena floor.


Brainbusters (1 thru 3 – 3 being the most powerful):

1. Cross-legged fisherman brainbuster: A Fisherman brainbuster variation in which Yuku puts her opponent in a front facelock and uses her free arm to go under the opponent's near leg and hook the far one. After lifting her off the ground, Yuku then jumps up and falls down on her back, slamming her opponent down to the mat headfirst.

2. Cross-legged wrist-clutch fisherman brainbuster: This is a fusion of the Cross-legged fisherman brainbuster and the Wrist-clutch fisherman brainbuster. Yuku applies a front facelock with the near arm draped over her shoulder while Yuku hooks the furtherest leg and grabs the opponent’s free arm. Then Yuku will lift her up into the air before falling to her back, driving the opponent on their head/neck.

3. Scoop brainbuster: Known in Japan as the Northern Lights Bomb. This move sees Yuku put the opponent in a front facelock, scoop one the opponents thighs with her free hand, lift her upside down, and then drop to her side or back, driving the opponent to the mat on her neck and shoulders, or on the top of her head.

{C}{C}{C Suplexes (1 thru 17 – 17 being the most powerful):

1. Fisherman suplex: With her opponent in a front facelock with the near arm draped over Yuku's shoulder, Yuku hooks the opponent's near leg behind the opponent's knee with her free arm and falls backwards, flipping the opponent onto her back. Yuku usually keeps the leg hooked and bridges to pin the opponent in a cradle-like position, or applies a leglock submission hold.

2. Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold: First, Yuku grabs her opponent from behind and crosses her opponent's arms across their stomach. She then puts her opponent up on her shoulders while maintaining a hold on her opponent's arms. Finally, Yuku falls backwards into a bridge position and holds on to her opponent for the pin attempt.

3. Swinging fisherman suplex: Also known as Swinging fisherman neckbreaker and the Golden Gate Swing. A swinging variation of the normal Fisherman Suplex, this move sees Yuku, with her opponent in a front facelock with the near arm draped over her shoulder, hook the opponent's near leg with her free arm and roll over to one side, flipping the opponent over onto her back.

4. Bridging leg hook belly to back suplex: Yuku begins this move by standing to one side of, and slightly behind, a standing opponent. Yuku then drapes the near arm of the opponent over her neck and uses her own near arm to encircle the waist of the opponent. Yuku then reaches under one of the opponents legs with her free arm, and lifts, forcing the opponent to bend into a right angle. Finally, Yuku falls backwards, driving the neck and shoulders of the opponent into the ground, simultaneously arching her own back and legs to elevate themselves, gaining leverage and placing the opponent in a pinning predicament.

5. Slingshot suplex: Yuku faces a standing opponent with one side of the ring immediately behind the opponent. Yuku applies a front facelock to the opponent, takes hold of the opponent with his/her free hand, then lifts the opponent until he/she is nearly vertical. Yuku then falls forward so that the torso of the opponent bounces off the top ring rope, and uses this momentum to quickly lift the opponent overhead once more and falls backwards, driving the back and shoulders of the opponent into the ground.

6. Rolling release suplex: This suplex starts with the Yuku applying a front face lock to her opponent and draping the opponent's near arm over her shoulder, then lifting him/her up in the vertical position, at this point the face lock is partly released as Yuku falls forward, the momentum of Yuku forces the opponent to roll out of the face lock and drop back-first down to the mat.

7. Suplex slam: This move is similar to most suplexes and starts with Yuku applying a front face lock to her opponent and draping the opponent's near arm over her shoulder, then lifting her up and holding the opponent in the vertical position. This is where the move differs from most of its counterparts with Yuku not falling with the opponent, but rather shifting herself slightly and throwing her opponent to the mat. Sometimes this involves Yuku turning the opponent in midair and slamming the opponent down to the mat in front of her onto her back, similar to a high-angled body slam.

8. Sitout suplex slam: More commonly known as a Falcon Arrow, as named by Hayabusa, this sees Yuku apply a front facelock to the opponent and drapes the opponent's near arm over her shoulder. Yuku then takes hold of the opponent's torso with her free arm and lifts the opponent to a vertical position. The facelock is loosened so the opponent can be twisted slightly, then Yuku falls to a sitting position and the victim's back and shoulders are driven into the mat. The opponent lands between Yuku's legs with her head toward them.

9. Inverted suplex slam: Yuku applies a front face lock to the opponent and drapes the opponent's near arm over her shoulder. Yuku then lifts the opponent into a vertical position, and proceeds to throw the opponent back to the mat, driving her face into the ground.

10. Spinning leg hook belly to back suplex: Yuku stands behind her opponent and puts her head under the arm of the opponent. She then lifts the opponent up using one arm around the waist of the opponent and another under one of her legs. Yuku then turns 180 degrees while falling backwards, slamming the opponent flat on her back.

11. Wheelbarrow suplex: This move is performed when Yuku wraps a forward facing opponent's legs around the her waist, in a wheelbarrow hold, from either standing behind an opponent who is laying face-first on the mat or by catching a charging opponent before then applying a gutwrench to lift the opponent up off the ground into the air, then Yuku would then continue lifting the opponent over her while falling backwards to hit this variation of a German suplex.

12: Pumphandle suplex: Yuku stands behind the opponent and bends her forward. One of the opponent's arms is pulled back between her legs and held, while the opponent's other arm is hooked by Yuku maneuvering her arm around in front of the opponent's shoulder and securing it behind the head (a quarter-nelson). Yuku then lifts her opponent up over her head and falls backwards to slam the opponent against the mat back-first.

13. Capture suplex: Yuku stands facing a standing opponent. Yuku then catches one leg of the opponent and pulls the opponent towards her so that they are face to face, with Yuku reaching under the opponent's leg and hooking it. Yuku then uses her free arm to reach behind the neck of the opponent and take hold of them. Yuku then quickly bridges backwards and releases the opponent, throwing them overhead, or turns 180° while slamming the opponent down to the mat. This move can be used to counter a kick.

14. Trapping suplex: This is when Yuku holds both the opponent's arms under her own (known as overhooks in mixed martial arts and amateur wrestling, as the arms loop under the opponent's arms from above) with the hands connected below the opponent's triceps, from here the opponent is left secure and unable to counter or move away from Yuku while she delivers a belly to belly throw flipping the opponent overhead in the normal belly to-belly motion.

15. Cravate suplex: Yuku locks her opponent in a cravate and pull down with her arms so that the opponent is forced to bend over. Yuku then positions the opponent so that they are facing across the body of Yuku and with her head in front of Yukus chest. Yuku then falls backwards and pulls upwards with the cravate, forcing the opponent off her feet and into the air and over Yuku, landing on her neck and shoulders.

16. Saito suplex: Yuku stands either facing directly one of her opponent’s sides or slightly behind in an angle. She places the opponent’s near arm over her shoulder, grabs a waistlock, and then lifts the opponent up while falling backwards, causing the opponent to land on her neck and shoulders.

17. Leg hook Saito suplex: Yuku stands behind and to one side of the opponent. Yuku wraps one arm around the waist of the opponent and grabs the back of the opponent's near leg with her other arm. Yuku then lifts the opponent on to her shoulder and then falls backwards, driving the opponent into the ground at a high angle.

{C}{C}{C Drivers (1 thru 6 – 6 being the most powerful):

1. Electric chair driver: In this variation of a driver Yuku lifts the opponent on her shoulders in an electric chair sitting position and then takes hold of the opponent and pulls them over her shoulder and down to the mat while falling to a sit out position so that the opponent lands on their upper back and neck between the legs of Yuku, facing towards them usually resulting in a pin.

2. Cross-arm piledriver: From a position in which the opponent is bent forward against Yuku's midsection, Yuku crosses the arms of this opponent for a straightjacket hold on the prone opponent before then lifting the opponent up into a vertical position and driving them down between her legs.

3. Package Piledriver: A Package piledriver is almost the same as a Texas piledriver, but instead of grabbing the waist of the opponent, Yuku puts her arms underneath the opponent's arms and grabs their legs by the knees. Yuku then stands up, lifting the opponent until they are upside down, and drops to a sitting position with the opponent's head between her thighs.

4. Fisherman driver: Yuku places the opponent in a front facelock and hooks one of the opponent's legs with her free arm. Yuku then lifts the opponent upside down or onto her shoulders, and then sits down, driving the opponent between her legs, head and shoulder first.

5. Half nelson driver: Yuku stands behind the opponent and applies a half nelson hold on her opponent, placing one of her hands against the opponent's neck after hooking the opponent's arm with it. She the scoops the opponent's near leg with her other arm and lifts the opponent up, flips the opponent upside down, and then either kneels or sits down, driving the opponent down to the mat on their neck.

6. Vertical suplex piledriver: Better known as the screwdriver or Pile-Plex / Plex-Driver. Yuku applies a front facelock to the opponent and hooks the opponent's near arm over her shoulder and lifts them into a vertical suplex position. She then turns the opponent 180°, and forces the opponent into the reverse piledriver position, she then drops to a sitting position, dropping the opponent on their head.


Slams (1 thru 6 –6 being the most powerful):

1. Side Russian Legsweep: A move in which a Yuku stands side-to-side and slightly behind with the opponent, facing in the same direction, and reaches behind the opponent's back to hook the opponents head with the other hand extending the opponents nearest arm, then while hooking the opponents leg Yuku falls backward, pulling the opponent to the mat back-first.

2. Sidewalk slam: Yuku stands side-to-side and slightly behind with the victim, facing in the same direction, and reaches around the victim's torso with her near arm across the victim's chest and under both arms and places the other arm under the victim's legs. Yuku then lifts her up, bringing her legs off the ground and falls down to the mat in a sitting position, slamming the victim into the mat back-first.

3. Spinning side slam: [4]Also referred to as a Scrapbuster Slam, Yuku stands side-to-side and slightly behind with the victim, facing in the opposite direction, and reaches around the victim's torso with one arm across the victim's chest and under both arms. Yuku then lifts her up with one arm as she swings the victim 180° to the opposite side, while Yuku faces the same direction, then falls onto the opponent slamming the victim onto the mat back-first.

4. Dragon Driver: Double underhook faceslam: Yuku double underhooks opponent’s arms, jumps up and sits down slamming opponent face first into the mat.

5. Soaring Dragon Slam: Standing moonsault side slam: Often erroneously described as a moonsault ura-nage slam, this move sees Yuku stand slightly behind and facing the side of a standing opponent. Yuku then reaches under the near arm of the opponent, across the chest of the opponent and under their far arm, while placing her other hand on the back of the opponent to hold them in place. Yuku then performs a backwards somersault (Moonsault) while holding the victim, driving the opponent into the mat back-first.

6. Swinging side slam: [5]Also known as the Wind-up slam, as well as a "Side Walk Slam", the move sees Yuku facing her opponent, reaching between the opponent's legs with one arm and reaching around the back from the same side with the other arm. Yuku next lifts the opponent up so they are horizontal across Yuku's body. Yuku then spins in a circle while swinging the lower half of the opponent's body out and around until one arm is across the opponent's chest and under one or both arms. Yuku falls forward, slamming the victim into the mat back-first.



{C}{C}{C Neckbreakers (1 thru 3 – 3 being the most powerful):

1. Reverse neckbreaker: Cutter or Stunner

2. Swinging NeckBreaker: Yuku applies a front facelock while she places her head side by side under each other shoulder and uses her free hand to grab hold of the opponent's far hand before then swinging over the opponent and down to the ground, in a semi-circular motion, so that both Yuku and the opponent fall to the ground back-first causing the back of the opponent's neck to impact on the shoulder of Yuku.

3. Running neckbreaker drop(Lariat takedown): [6]Yuku runs towards her opponent, wraps her arm around the upper chest and neck of the opponent, and swings her legs forward, using her momentum to pull the opponent down with her to the mat, on to their upper back.


Backbreakers (1 thru 2– 2 being the most powerful):

1. STO backbreaker: Yuku stands facing the opponent, then puts one of her arms across the opponent’s chest holding their shoulder, Yuku then sweeps the legs of the opponent in the fashion of an STO, but brings her knee forward so the opponent falls back first on to it.

2. Double underhook backbreaker: Yuku stands facing a bent over opponent and hooks her arms before then lifts the opponent as for a Tiger Driver. However as the opponent drops back down the wrestler raises a knee and brings the opponent back down horizontally so her back collides with the knee of the Yuku.


Specials (1 thru 11 – 11 being the most powerful – The more powerful the move, the more it can be used as an alternate finisher):

1. Reverse X-Factor: Yuku grabs opponent's head from behind, jumps backwards pulling them with her, and slams the back of their head into the mat.

2. Dragon Stunner: Yuku locks on a Dragon Sleeper, leaps into a somersault over opponent, and then comes down hitting a stunner.

3. Tiger Kills Prey: With opponent locked in a Muay-Thai clinch (both Yuku arms locked behind the back of opponent’s head to control movement) Yuku will deliver several Muay-Thai knee strikes to both sides of opponent’s ribcage while thrashing them around the ring, she will then leap up and drive an elbow right into the top of the skull of an opponent, and then deliver a jumping Muay-Thai knee to the jaw or face dropping them.

4. Soaring Dragon: Top Rope Balancing Springboard Moonsault - From the apron Yuku leaps onto the top of the middle rope, balances while turning around facing the crowd and executes a beautiful moonsault on opponent.

5. Northern Light Smash: Top Rope Flying Somersault Neck breaker (Block Buster). Description: Yuku climbs the top turnbuckle, then dives off executing a somersault catching opponent’s neck, and drops her into a neck breaker.

6. Dragon Star Elbow Drop: Shooting star elbow drop: Yuku leaps towards a prone opponent from an elevated position, executes a backflip in mid-air, and lands with her elbow cocked, driving the elbow into the opponent.

7. Victory Dragon Star Drop: Yuku applies a bodyscissors to an opponent on the top rope and then performs a backflip, driving the opponent head first into the mat.

8. Top Rope Super Dragon Suplex: Yuku places opponent on the top turnbuckle facing the crowd, puts on a full nelson, and suplexes her opponent over her head while falling backwards into the ring driving the back of their head and shoulders into the mat.

9. Dragon Inferno Driver: While on the top turnbuckle with her opponent, Yuku hits a double underhook flip piledriver to the mat.

10. Super Soaring Dragon Slam: Top Rope Standing moonsault side slam: Standing on the very top rope with opponent slightly behind and facing the side while balancing on the ropes. Yuku reaches under the near arm of the opponent, across the chest of the opponent and under their far arm, while placing her other hand on the back of the opponent to hold them in place. Yuku then performs springboards off the top rope into a backwards somersault (Moonsault) while holding the victim all the way down, driving the opponent into the mat back-first.

NOTE: This move can be used to counter top rope manuevers, and also opponents heading to the top rope. This move can also be used as an EXTREME hardcore move as Yuku will use it to drive an opponent from the top rope through a table, or from the top rope down to ringside through a table at the expense of doing massive damage to herself as well.

11. King of Monsters Driver: Top Rope Argentine piledriver: The move is executed from a Argentine backbreaker rack (face up, with the neck and one leg cradled) position. Yuku places opponent on the top turnbuckle facing the crowd and climbs the second rope behind her lifting opponent into the Argentine backbreaker rack. Yuku then leaps off the second rope while pushing the opponent forward while holding the opponent's leg with one arm, and the head with the other arm, and then sits down, driving the opponent head first down to the mat.

Finishers:

Primary Finisher: Bow Down Driver (Innovated): Satellite (spinning) headscissors into a Flipping Piledriver: As Yuku performs a spinning headscissors on opponent; she times the rotation to where she reaches the opponent’s back grabbing them around their waist, then using the momentum to flip them into a piledriver.

{C}{C}{C Secondary Finisher: Dragon Factor(Used for larger Opponents): Asai DDT

Description: Backflip three-quarter facelock reverse DDT: In this move Yuku applies a three-quarter facelock on the opponent and performs a backflip over the opponent while maintaining the facelock turning it into an inverted facelock and then either landing face down to the mat, on her own back to the side, or in a sitting position, to drive the opponent's head back-first down to the mat.

Variation I: Running Dragon Factor: Turnbuckle Aided Asai DDT: Yuku puts a three-quarter facelock on the opponent and runs up a vertical surface, usually the corner turnbuckles, and jumps backwards, performing a backflip in the air, and landing in a seated position to the mat, driving the opponent back-first down to the mat.

Variation II: Super Dragon Factor: Top Rope Asai DDT: A top-rope variation is used by Yuku when the opponent is seated on the top turnbuckle with her back to the ring, and Shiro climbs the turnbuckles applies the three-quarter facelock while standing on the top rope, and performs the backflip, landing on her knees and driving her opponent's head into the mat with much greater force.

{C}{C}{C Submission Finisher: Dragon Twist (Mariko Yoshida’s Spider Twist): The opponent is sitting while Yuku is behind the opponent holding the opponent's wrist. Yuku will apply an arm scissor with one leg and a head scissors. Yuku then clasps her hand, one arm passes through the leg applying the head scissors and the other goes under. Yuku pulls upwards while her leg goes downwards, applying pressure to the shoulders, head and back.


Big Match Finisher: Life Hammer: Reverse Cradle Brain buster or Reverse Cradle Spike DDT: Known as the most devastating of the Brain buster arsenal in the business perfected by the Shiro Clan. The Life Hammer was given its name due to the fact that when the move is executed it is said to cut an opponent’s life span in half:

From a reverse chancery, Yuku lifts her opponent in the air and grabs her opponent's left leg with her right arm while holding her opponent in front of her. Shiro then hooks her opponent's head with her left arm and drops them head-first into the mat.

Note: The move can be used to counter various vertical and reverse vertical suplex attacks, as well as over shoulder techniques such as Death Valley Drivers.

Top Rope Variation: Ultra Life Hammer: Performed from the top rope. A dangerous move rarely executed for obvious reasons.

Combo Finishers (For Big time Matches: 1 thru 7 – 7 being the most powerful):

1. Snap Dragon: Yuku locks on a Dragon Sleeper, leaps into a somersault over opponent hitting her Dragon Stunner, she’ll keep the ¾ neckbreaker locked bring opponent back to their vertical base, and back flip over them hitting her Dragon Factor (Asai DDT).

2. Dragon Clench(Submission Move): Yuku will first hit opponent with her patented Dragon Factor (Asai DDT), she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper with body scissors (Dragon Killer) going for a tap out.

3. Dragon Blaze (Submission Move): Yuku locks on a Dragon Sleeper, leaps into a somersault over opponent hitting her Dragon Stunner, she’ll keep the ¾ neckbreaker locked bring opponent back to their vertical base, and back flip over them hitting her Dragon Factor, she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper with body scissors (Dragon Killer) going for a tap out.

4. Dragon Hammer: Yuku will first hit opponent with her patented Dragon Factor (Asai DDT), she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper pulling opponent back to their vertical base, cinch them in for the Life Hammer (Reverse Cradle Brainbuster) and finish them off.

5. Blazing Dragon Hammer: Yuku locks on a Dragon Sleeper, leaps into a somersault over opponent hitting her Dragon Stunner, she’ll keep the ¾ neckbreaker locked bring opponent back to their vertical base, and back flip over them hitting her Dragon Factor, she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper pulling opponent back to their vertical base, cinch them in for the Life Hammer (Reverse Cradle Brainbuster) and finish them off.

6. Inferno Dragon Hammer (Submission Move): Yuku locks on a Dragon Sleeper, leaps into a somersault over opponent hitting her Dragon Stunner (Cutter), she’ll keep the ¾ neckbreaker locked bring opponent back to their vertical base, and back flip over them hitting her Dragon Factor (Asai DDT), she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper pulling opponent back to their vertical base, cinch them in for the Life Hammer (Reverse Cradle Brainbuster) and execute it, she’ll then quickly transition from an inverted facelock to a Dragon Sleeper with body scissors (Dragon Killer) going for a tap out.

7. FIVE STAR DESTRUCTION DRAGON HAMMER (COUNTER FINISHER): Yuku is lifted into a vertical suplex, but squirms free dropping the Reverse DDT on opponent, Yuku quickly turns the inverted facelock into a Dragon Sleeper pulling opponent back to a vertical base, leaps into a somersault over opponent hitting her Dragon Stunner (Cutter), she’ll keep the ¾ neckbreaker locked bring opponent back to their vertical base, and back flip over them hitting her Dragon Factor (Asai DDT), she’ll quickly lock on a Dragon Sleeper pulling opponent back to their vertical base, cinch them in for the Life Hammer (Reverse Cradle Brainbuster) and execute it, she’ll then quickly transition from an inverted facelock to a Dragon Sleeper with body scissors (Dragon Killer) going for a tap out.

Note: The most brutal finisher probably ever invented to counter vertical moves like suplexes and brainbusters, Yuku can also hit seven styles of her combo style moves from this position as a counter as well. Yuku can ALSO use this move as a REGULAR combo finisher staring off with a regular Reverse DDT, and beginning chain from there.

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