Hiromu Takahashi
Takahashi in September 2017
Birth name Hiromu Takahashi (高橋 広夢, Takahashi Hiromu)
Born December 4 1989 (1989-12-04) (age 28)
Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Hiromu Takahashi
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Weight 88 kg (194 lb)
Trained By NJPW Dojo
Debut August 24, 2010

  Hiromu Takahashi (高橋 広夢, Takahashi Hiromu, ring name: 高橋 ヒロム) (born December 4, 1989 in Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan)[1] is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Kamaitachi (カマイタチ, Kamaitachi). Takahashi made his debut for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) on August 28, 2010, and worked as a "Young Lion" over the following three years.

In January 2014, Takahashi was sent to the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) promotion to further his wrestling training and gain international experience, a tradition with NJPW "Young Lions". In January 2016, he won his first professional wrestling championship, the CMLL World Lightweight Championship. After leaving CMLL he worked for the US-based Ring of Honor (ROH) until the fall of 2016, with Takahashi returning to NJPW in November 2016, once again working under his true name. The following January, Takahashi won the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship for the first time, holding it for five months and the following year, he won the Best of the Super Juniors tournament.

Early lifeEdit

Takahashi was born on December 9, 1989, in Hachiōji, a city in Tokyo. At the age of 12 he became a fan of professional wrestling, especially Masahiro Chono, who inspired Takahashi to work hard in school to become a member of the track and field team.[2]

Professional wrestling careerEdit

Takahashi attended New Japan Pro Wrestling's (NJPW) annual open tryout test in May 2009.[2] He passed the test and was accepted into the NJPW dojo,[2] where he trained in the same class as King Fale and Kyosuke Mikami, who all made their in ring debut around the same time.

New Japan Pro Wrestling (2010–2013)Edit

Takahashi was the last of the three NJPW Dojo class of 2010 to debut for NJPW on August 24, 2010, at the NEVER.1 show. He was defeated by Mikami in a short opening match.[3] Takahashi followed the traditions of NJPW's "Young Lions" (their term for rookies), wrestling in all black trunks and boots, usually losing the majority of their matches as part of their ongoing training regiment. Takahashi would lose every match he competed in until February 6, 2011, when he teamed up with Tomoaki Honma to finally win a match, defeating Fale and Mikami.[4] Three weeks later, exactly six months after his debut, Takahashi finally won his first ever singles match as he defeated Kazuki Hirata of the Dramatic Dream Team (DDT) promotion at NEVER.5.[5] A few months later Takahashi was given an opportunity to compete for a spot in NJPW's annual Best of the Super Juniors tournament as he participated in the 2011 "Road to the Super Juniors" tournament, but was defeated in the first round by another DDT representative, Keisuke Ishii.[6] On October 10, 2011, Takahashi and Mikami teamed up to defeat King Fale and Takaaki Watanabe in the dark match of the Destruction '11 pay-per-view event.[7] In 2012 Black Tiger had originally qualified for the 2012 Best of Super Juniors, but was forced to withdraw from the tournament with Takahashi being named as his replacement.[8] During the tournament Takahashi lost to Alex Koslov, Daisuke Sasaki, Brian Kendrick, Jado, Low Ki, Ryusuke Taguchi and Tiger Mask and only defeated Taka Michinoku.[9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16] He would later team up with fellow "Young Lions" Mikami and Takaaki Watanabe to compete in the "J Sports Crown Openweight 6 Man Tag Tournament". The team lost to Madoka, Shinobu and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi in their first round match.[17] On January 4, 2013, Takahashi competed in his first ever January 4 Dome Show, when he wrestled in a dark match of Wrestle Kingdom 7, teaming up with Jushin Thunder Liger and Tiger Mask, losing to the team of BUSHI, KUSHIDA and Ryusuke Taguchi.[18] During the summer of 2013 he was once again allowed to compete in the annual Best of Super Juniors, but lost all matches, taking pinfalls against Jushin Thunder Liger, Prince Devitt, Titán, Taichi, Ricochet, Beretta, Rocky Romero and Alex Shelley.[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26] NJPW often sends their "Young Lions" on a learning excursion outside Japan, be it the United States of America, Europe or Mexico, and in the summer of 2013 it was Takahashi's turn. Initially he traveled to the United Kingdom where he worked regularly for a number of local British independent wrestling promotions.

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (2014–2016)Edit

Like his former wrestling school partner Mikami before him, Takahashi then traveled to Mexico to work with NJPW's partner promotion, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) for an extended stay. During his stay in Mexico he was given a new wrestling persona, a masked "heel" or rudo character called Kamaitachi, named after a Japanese supernatural monster, which his mask resembled. Much like Mikami before him, Takahashi was teamed up with CMLL's resident Japanese worker Okumura as part of La Fiebre Amarilla ("The Yellow Fever"). La Fiebre Amarilla primarily worked on the lower half of the show and often in six-man tag team matches. On July 13, 2014, Kamaitachi and Okumura challenged for the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship, but were defeated by champions Delta and Guerrero Maya Jr.[27] In early 2015, Kamaitachi started a storyline rivalry with Dragon Lee.[28] The rivalry culminated on March 20 at Homenaje a Dos Leyendas, where Kamaitachi was defeated by Lee in a Mask vs. Mask Lucha de Apuestas. As per stipulation, Kamaitachi unmasked following the loss, revealing himself as Hiromu Takahashi.[29] On May 1, Kamaitachi participated in the 2015 Reyes del Aire, where he and Dragon Lee eliminated each other via a double pin.[30] On May 15, Kamaitachi was eliminated by Místico in the first round torneo cibernetico of the 2015 Leyenda de Plata ("Silver Legend") tournament.[31] On July 13, Kamaitachi unsuccessfully challenged Dragon Lee for the CMLL World Lightweight Championship.[32]

On January 23, 2016, Takahashi, billed as Kamaitachi, made a surprise return to NJPW during a CMLL and NJPW co-produced Fantastica Mania 2016 event, attacking Dragon Lee and challenging him to a title match.[33] This marked his first NJPW appearance since May 2013.[34] At the following day's Fantastica Mania 2016 event, Kamaitachi defeated Dragon Lee to win his first professional wrestling title, the CMLL World Lightweight Championship. Following the match, Kamaitachi stated that he was not yet returning to NJPW, but would travel back to CMLL.[35] On March 4, back in Mexico City, Kamaitachi lost the title back to Dragon Lee.[36] The following month, it was reported that Takahashi was done with CMLL and had moved to the United States.[37]

United States (2016)Edit

On April 30, 2016, Kamaitachi made his debut for Ring of Honor (ROH), losing to ACH.[38] On May 20, Kamaitachi made his debut for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), losing to Michael Elgin.[39] On September 3, Kamaitachi entered PWG's 2016 Battle of Los Angeles tournament, but was eliminated in his first round match by Trevor Lee.[40] On June 24, 2016, Kamaitachi made his pay-per-view debut with Ring of Honor at Best In The World, losing to Kyle O'Reilly by submission. On September 30, 2016 at ROH's All Star Extravaganza VIII, Kamaitachi lost to his old rival in CMLL, the debuting Dragon Lee.[41]

Return to NJPW (2016–present)Edit

On November 5, 2016, at Power Struggle, Takahashi, once again working under his real name, made a surprise appearance after Kushida had defeated Bushi to regain the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, challenging the new champion to a match at Wrestle Kingdom 11 in Tokyo Dome.[42] On December 10, at the World Tag League finals, Takahashi accepted Tetsuya Naito's offer to join the Los Ingobernables de Japón stable.[43] Takahashi wrestled his NJPW return match on December 16, pinning Kushida in a tag team main event, where he and Naito defeated Kushida and Hiroshi Tanahashi.[44] On January 4, 2017, at Wrestle Kingdom 11 in Tokyo Dome, Takahashi defeated Kushida to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship for the first time.[45] He made his first successful title defense on February 11 at The New Beginning in Osaka against Dragon Lee.[46] His next defense took place on March 6 at NJPW's 45th anniversary event, where he defeated Ryusuke Taguchi. Takahashi made his third defense on April 9 at Sakura Genesis 2017, defeating Kushida in just one minute and 56 seconds.[47] His fourth successful defense took place against Ricochet on April 29.[48] On June 11 at Dominion 6.11 in Osaka-jo Hall, Takahashi lost the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship to the winner of the tournament, Kushida. In late 2017, Takahashi started teaming regularly with L.I.J. stablemate BUSHI in NJPW's junior tag team division.[49] On October 23, the two defeated Dragon Lee and Titán in the first round of the 2017 Super Jr. Tag Tournament.[50] They were eliminated from the tournament in the semifinals on October 30 by eventual winners Roppongi 3K (Sho and Yoh).[51] In May 2018, Takahashi entered the 2018 Best of the Super Juniors tournament. He finished his block on June 3 with a record of five wins and two losses. On June 4, Takahashi defeated Taiji Ishimori in the finals to win his first Best of the Super Juniors. Five days later, at Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-jo Hall, Takahashi defeated Will Ospreay to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship for the second time. On July 7, at G1 Special in San Francisco, Takahashi defended the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship against Dragon Lee. During the match, Takahashi suffered a broken neck, after receiving a Dragon Driver from Lee.[52] Following the match, Takahashi collapsed backstage and was taken to a nearby hospital.[52] It was later revealed that he was conscious, and was able to sit and talk.[53] On July 11, NJPW reported that Takahashi was able to return to Japan and would proceed with medical treatment to his neck.[54] On August 20, Takahashi was forced to vacate the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship due to the injury. [55] NJPW Chairman Naoki Sugabayashi reported that Takahashi would be out of action for at least six months.[55]

In wrestlingEdit

  • Finishing moves
    • As Hiromu Takahashi
      • D (Triangle choke)[56] – 2017–present
      • Fisherman suplex[1] – 2010–2013
      • Time Bomb (Fireman's carry swung into a high-angle sitout side powerslam)[57][58] – 2016–present
      • D Driver (Double Overhook Piledriver)
    • As Kamaitachi
      • Canadian Destroyer (Front flip piledriver)[59]
  • Signature moves
    • As Hiromu Takahashi
      • Canadian Destroyer (Front flip piledriver)[60][61]
      • Diving senton to the outside of the ring
      • Dropkick,[1] sometimes from the top rope[1]
      • Dynamite Plunger (Fireman's carry lifted into a sitout side powerslam)
      • Headscissors takedown[1]
      • Running Death Valley driver onto the turnbuckles[45][62][63]
      • Sunset flip powerbomb off the ring apron[64][63]
    • As Kamaitachi
  • With BUSHI
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • Insurgentes (Electric chair (Takahashi) / Diving double knee facebreaker (BUSHI) combination)[65]
  • Nicknames
    • "(Ticking) Time Bomb"
  • Entrance themes
    • "Benjo Sandal Dance" by Maximum The Hormone (used in CMLL)
    • "Catch Your Dream" by Yonosuke Kitamura[1]
    • "TIME BOMB" by Yonosuke Kitamura
    • "Hybridize (Theme Remix)" by Yonosuke Kitamura[66] (used while teaming with BUSHI)

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

Luchas de Apuestas recordEdit

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Dragon Lee (mask) Kamaitachi (mask) Mexico City, Mexico 2015 Homenaje a Dos Leyendas March 20, 2015 [68]
Máximo Sexy (hair) Kamaitachi (hair) Mexico City, Mexico 2016 Sin Piedad January 1, 2016 [69][70]


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