Mitsuhide Hirasawa (平澤 光秀, Hirasawa Mitsuhide, born 27 March 1982) is a Japanese professional wrestler.He is best known for working in New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) under his masked persona, Captain New Japan (キャプテン・ニュージャパン, Kyaputen Nyū Japan). He has also worked under another mask as Bone Soldier, and unmasked under his real name, as well as the ring name ...
During the second night of Wrestling Dontaku, Tama Tonga introduced the new "Bone Soldier", who attacked Ospreay and revealed himself to be Taiji Ishimori. Ishimori would go on to win Block A of the Best of the Super Juniors 2018 tournament, but ended up losing to Hiromu Takahashi in the finals.
Mitsuhide Hirasawa (27 March 1982) is a Japanese former professional wrestler, known for his work with New Japan Pro Wrestling, where he worked under a mask as Captain New Japan and later BONE SOLDIER. He is also known by his previous ring name Hideo Saito. Hirasawa originally debuted for New...
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BONE SOLDIER Active Also known as Captain New Japan, Captain Taiwan, Mitsuhide Hirasawa, Hideo Saito
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Taiji has a background in amateur wrestling and made his pro debut in 2002. Since then, he’s been causing a stir with his own brand of high-flying action. Through an interpreter, we caught up with the Bone Soldier in New York City for an exclusive insight into NJPW’s rapid growth, and his approach to physical fitness.
In a surprising twist in the current Bullet Club drama, NJPW aired a vignette promising the return of exiled member Bone Soldier.
Bone Soldier is the persona of several Japanese professional wrestlers. The persona was inspired by the Bullet Club logo Bone Soldier. Those who portray the gimmick are heels, being part of the Bullet Club stable, with only Japanese wrestlers who portray the gimmick. The gimmick initially was a...