Ku-in of Kaisho (born August 20, 1979), is a Japanese professional caw wrestler trained by Mickie James and currently working with New Japan Caw Wrestling (NJCW). Ku-in of Kaisho is a two time Women's Champion having won the ICWGP Women's Championship 2 times.
|Ku-in of Kaisho|
|Names|| Ku-in of Kaisho |
Queen of Spades
|Born||August 20, 1979|
|Billed from||Osaka, Japan|
|Trained by||Mickie James|
|Debut||October 24, 2009|
New Japan Caw Wrestling
Debut and ICWGP Women's Championship
Ku-in of Kaisho is a member of the stable Shaffuru Arainsu with members E-su of Suki, Jakku of Naiya, Kuro Jo-ka, and the leader Kingu of Hatsu. She made her debut on NJCW Episode 1 defeating Roze. On NJCW Sounansha 2009 Ku-in of Kaisho was in the opening match against Hoshi, Misu Japan, and Roze to determine the first ICWGP Womens Champion but Roze won the match. On NJCW Ku-in of Kaisho was in the opening match in a Triple Threat Match against Hoshi and Misu Japan to determine the number one contender for Roze's ICWGP Womens Championship and she won the match by pinning Hoshi. On NJCW Episode 7 Ku-in of Kaisho was in her second episode opening match against Natsu for the number one contendership for Roze's ICWGP Womens Championship and she won the match. On NJCW Harumagedon 2009 Ku-in of Kaisho was in her second Click Per View (CPV) opening match against Roze for the ICWGP Womens Championship and defeated Roze to become the new and last ICWGP Womens Champion of 2009. At the NJCW website, Ku-in of Kaisho stated on her talk page that she could not defend the title because of an injury she suffered from a car accident.
Return and ICWGP Women's Championship
Ku-in of Kaisho returned on NJCW Episode 21 as a secret opponent in a non title Singles Match against Mini and she won. On NJCW Episode 22 Ku-in of Kaisho was in a Singles Match against Hikaru Faia but she lost when Hikaru Faia pinned her. On NJCW Episode 23 Ku-in of Kaisho was in a Fatal-4-Way Match for the ICWGP Women's Championship against Hikaru Faia, Kagura Buta, and the champion Mini but she lost when Hikaru Faia pinned Kagura Buta. On NJCW Hyoumenka Ku-in of Kaisho was in a Singles Match for the ICWGP Women's Championship against the champion Hikaru Faia and she won and she became a two time ICWGP Women's Champion.
Championships and accomplishments
New Japan Caw Wrestling
- ICWGP Women's Championship (2 Times)