Bull Nakano



Height: 5'7"

Weight: 209 lbs

Real Name: Keiko Nakano

DOB: 1/08/1968

Hometown: Kawaguchi, Japan

Other Names: Keiko Nakano

Wrestler Since: 1983

Finishing Maneuver: Guillotine Legdrop

Other Related Websites:
Bull Nakano - Obsessed With Wrestling Bio
Bull Nakano - Wikipedia Bio

History: (Under Construction)

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (29 - 22)
- AJW Grand Prix '85 (June) = Nakano competed in the league, which was won by Lioness Asuka.
- AJW Denen Coliseum (August 25, '85) = Nakano & Dump Matsumoto won a "Three Falls" Match over the Jumping Bomb Angels.
- AJW Dump vs. Chigusa "Hair vs. Hair" (August 28, '85) = Nakano, Monica Castillo, & Condor Saito fell to Jumbo Hori, Devil Masami, & Yumi Ogura.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '85 (October) = Nakano & Dump Matsumoto won the Semi-Finals Match over the Jumping Bomb Angels, then beat Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagayo in the finals to win the league.
- AJW Japanese Tag Team Title Tournament (February '86) = Nakano & Condor Saito competed in the tournament, which was won by Kazue Nagahori & Yumi Ogura.
- AJW Grand Prix '86 (May/June) = Nakano competed in the league, which was won by Yukari Omori.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '86 (October) = Nakano & Condor Saito competed in the league, which was won by Yumiko Hotta & Chigusa Nagayo.
- AJW WWWA Tag Team Title League (March/April '87) = Nakano & Condor Saito competed in the league, which was won by Yumiko Hotta & Hisako Uno.
- AJW Grand Prix '87 (June) = Nakano competed in the league, which was won by Chigusa Nagayo.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '87 (October) = Nakano & Condor Saito lost in the finals to Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagayo.
- AJW Grand Prix '88 (June) = Nakano defeated Mitsuko Nishiwaki and Yumiko Hotta to win the league.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '88 (October) = Nakano & Dynamite Jack lost in the semi-finals to the eventual winners of the league, Mika Suzuki & Hisako Uno.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad (May 6, '89) = Nakano pinned Yumi Ogura. Later on, Nakano won a "Two-Ring Battle Royal" Match.
- AJW Grand Prix '89 (June/August) = Nakano defeated Suzuka Minami and Akira Hokuto, then lost to the eventual winner, Mitsuko Nishiwaki.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '89 (October) = Nakano & Beastie competed in the league, which was won by Mitsuko Nishiwaki & Madusa Micelli.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad II (November 14, '90) = Nakano retained the WWWA Championship, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Aja Kong.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '91 (October/December) = Nakano & Akira Hokuto lost in the Semi-Finals to Aja Kong & Bison Kimura. Kyoko Inoue & Toshiyo Yamada won the league.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad III (November 21, '91) = Nakano & Monster Ripper fought in a "Steel Cage Texas Death" Match with Aja Kong & Bison Kimura (unsure about result). Later on, Nakano stayed the WWWA Champion, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Monster Ripper.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad IV (April 25, '92) = Nakano kept the WWA Championship, defeating Aja Kong.
- AJW Night of Champions (July 15, '92) = Nakano retained the CMLL Women's World Title, pinning Akira Hokuto.
- FMW Fall Spectacular '92 (September 19) = Nakano & Akira Hokuto beat Combat Toyoda & Megumi Kudo.
- AJW Dream Rush (November 26, '92) = Nakano lost the WWWA Championship to Aja Kong.
- AJW All-Star Dream Slam (April 2, '93) = Nakano & Aja Kong won over Eagle Sawai & Harley Saito.
- AJW All-Star Dream Slam II (April 11, '93) = Nakano pinned Chigusa Nagayo.
- AJW Legacy of Queens (August 25, '93) = Nakano, Suzuka Minami, Etsuko Mita, Mima Shimoda, & Bat Yoshinaga & fought in an "Elimination" Match against Miki Handa, Leo Kitimura, Yukari Osawa, Harley Saito, & Eagle Sawai. Nakano & Yoshinaga were the 'survivors'.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad V (October 9, '93) Nakano & Reggie Bennett took down Yumiko Hotta & Suzuka Minami.
- AJW The Best Tag Team League '93 (October/December) = Nakano & Suzuka Minami competed in the league, which was won by Akira Hokuto & Manami Toyota.
- LLPW 1st Anniversary Show (November 9, '93) = Nakano & Takako Inoue fell to Otaku Hozumi & Shinobu Kandori.
- AJW Wrestling Queendom (November 28, '93) = Nakano beat Hikari Fukuoka.
- AJW St. Battle Final (December 6, '93) = Nakano, Etsuko Mita, & Mima Shimoda took down Cutie Suzuki, Plum Mariko, & Hikari Fukuoka.
- FMW Year End Spectacular '93 (December 8) = Nakano defeated Combat Toyota.
- AJW Wrestling Queendom II (March 27, '94) = Nakano & Aja Kong fell to Akira Hokuto & Shinobu Kandori.
- JWP Ariake Coliseum (May 22, '94) = Nakano & Devil Masami beat Hikari Fukuoka & Sake Hasegawa.
- LLPW Biggest Show (July 14, '94) = Nakano won a "Chain Death" Match over Shinobu Kandori.
- WWF Summerslam '94 (August 29) = Nakano lost to the WWF Women's World Champion, Alundra Blayze.
- AJW Big Egg Wrestling Universe (November 20, '94) = Nakano won the WWF Women's World Title from Alundra Blayze.
- AJW Wrestling Queendom III (March 26, '95) = Nakano retained the WWF Women's World Championship, pinning Kyoko Inoue.
- NJPW Pyongyang Sports Festival (April 28, '95) = Nakano & Akira Hokuto won over Manami Toyota & Mariko Yoshida.
- NJPW Pyongyang Sports Festival (April 29, '95) = Nakano lost to the CMLL Women's Champion, Akira Hokuto.
- AJW Furitsu Gym (August 30, '95) = Nakano beat Lioness Asuka.
- AJW Destiny (September 2, '95) = Nakano was pinned by Kyoko Inoue.
- AJW Wrestlemarinpiad VII (November 18, '95) = Nakano & Lioness Asuka took down Reggie Bennett & Aja Kong.
- WCW World War III '95 (November 26) = Nakano & Akira Hokuto defeated Mayumi Ozaki & Cutie Suzuki.
- World Wrestling Peace Festival (June 1, '96) = Nakano & Neftali lost to Lady Apache & Akira Hokuto.
- WCW Hogg Wild '96 (August 10) = Nakano was beaten by Madusa.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXIII (August 15, '96) = Nakano again was pinned by Madusa.

Title Summary:
- AJW Junior Women's Champion (9/13/84 - 85)
- AJW Women's Champion (7/25/85 - 1/28/88)
- WWWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ Dump Matsumoto (8/23/86 - 87)
- WWWA World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Condor Saito (10/20/87 - 1/05/88)
- WWWA World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Grizzly Iwamoto (2/25/88 - 7/19/88)
- AJW All Pacific Women's Champion (6/18/89 - 11/13/89)
- WWWA World Singles Champion (1/04/90 - 11/26/92)
- CMLL Women's World Champion (6/12/92 - 3/21/93)
- WWF Women's World Champion (11/20/94 - 4/03/95)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 0 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 1 3rd RU)
- 1994 Match of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Nakano vs. Alundra Blayze)