King Fale

Real Name: Fale Simitaitoko
January 8th, 1982
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 290 lbs.
Debut: April 4th, 2010 vs. Manabu Nakanishi
Background: New Japan Dojo
Promotion History: New Japan (2010 to present)
Major Tournaments Won: None
Current Title Held: None

Awards and Recognition:

- Tokyo Sports Grand Prix: None
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated: Not Ranked
- Puroresu Central Awards: None
- Wrestling Observer: None

Championship History:


Biggest Matches:
- April 4th, 2010 vs. Manabu Nakanishi (debut match)
- May 15th 2010 vs. Kyosuke Mikami (first win)

Featured Signature Moves:
- Samoan Drop

Signature Moves:
- Crab Hold
- Falling Headbutt

2010 Recap:
- King Fale debuted in April as a highly touted rookie that was ready to make an impact. In his debut match he lost to Manabu Nakanishi in which he had several near falls, and after that he continued to get bigger opponents then rookies in New Japan normally get. He quickly surpassed follow rookie Kyosuke Mikami, who he defeated for his first win in May. For the rest of the year, King Fale generally was in the opening spots but had more of a chance against established wrestlers as he battled Nakanishi, Nakamura, and others. King Fale wrestled in the G1 Tag League, which is very rare for a rookie, but he and his partner Super Strong Machine did not pick up any wins. After not winning much in 2010, King Fale will look to prove the high expectations were deserved in 2011.

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