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Kenta Kobashi Confirmed for Starrcast II

The Starrcast 2 Convention has taken a few hits recently with WWE maneuvering and getting Undertaker and Kurt Angle pulled from the convention. However, that...

25 Most Protected Finishers In Wrestling History.

Hi everyone! A simple list today with some of the most protected finishing moves in the history of wrestling. What do I mean by...

50 Loudest Wrestling Pops & Crowd Reactions.

John Cena Returns At The Royal Rumble. Cena required surgery which was scheduled to leave him out for at least seven months. Vince stripped him...

The Greatest Matches Of All Time: Edition #6

Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit vs Edge & Rey Mysterio - No Mercy 2002The video quality can be changed to 720p quality. Click the...

The Greatest Matches Of All Time: Edition #4

Tomoaki Honma vs. Tomohiro Ishii (02/14/2015)This is the latest 5-star match rated by the Wrestling Observer. On Wrestle Kingdom IX, Ishii was one of...

VIDEOS: WWE’s ‘Hardcore Moments’ + JBL/Kobashi

-- WWE has posted a video of the top ten hardcore championship moments: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKmDAtMhVdo?feature=player_embedded&w=400&h=350] -- JBL has posted a match featuring himself and Barry Windham...

Kenta Kobashi Officially Retires From Wrestling

Kenta Kobashi has officially retired from wrestling today. Kobashi had taken some time away from the ring due to injuries, and his final match...

Japan News – Ric Flair’s Opponents + Kenta Kobashi Retires

Credit: PuroresuSpirit.com -- Kenta Kobashi has announced that his retirement match will be on May 11th at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo. The match will be...

Rapper ’50 Cent’ Talks Boxing & WWE, Kobashi’s Retirement

-- Speaking to USA Today, music mogul-turned-boxing promoter 50 Cent believes the sport of professional boxing could benefit from utilizing WWE-style theatrics. "(We should) use...

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Kenta Kobashi

Birthdate: 03/27/1967
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 254 Ib

He started his career in All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) in 1988, before taking part in a mass exodus led by Mitsuharu Misawa, which led to ...