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Malia Hosaka



Photo credit: Jill McKee

Photo credit: Jill McKee

Real name: Malia Hosaka
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 125 lbs.
From: Honolulu, Hawaii
Date of birth: October 7, 1969
Pro debut: August 7, 1987
Trained by: Killer Kowalski
Finishing move: Frankensteiner

Biography

– On August 7, 1987, Misty Blue Simmes & Malia Ho defeated Debbie Irons & Linda Dallas (Hosaka’s debut match)
– On February 23, 1992, The Glamour Girls (Judy Martin & Leilani Kai) defeated Malia Hosaka & Bambi to retain the LPWA Tag Team Titles
– On November 13, 1993, Malia Hosaka defeated Sherri Martel by DQ
– On February 11, 1994, Megumi Kudo defeated Malia Hosaka
– On March 26, 1995, Luna Vachon defeated Malia Hosaka
– On April 22, 1995, Malia Hosaka defeated Luna Vachon
– On May 9, 1996, Malia Hosaka defeated Debbie Combs to win the NWA Womens Title
– On May 10, 1996, Debbie Combs defeated Malia Hosaka to win the NWA Womens Title
– On July 15, 1996, Madusa defeated Malia Hosaka (Hosaka’s WCW debut)
– On November 11, 1996, Zero defeated Malia Hosaka in the WCW Womens Title Tournament
– On June 9, 1997, Akira Hokuto defeated Malia Hosaka to retain the WCW Womens Title
– On June 24, 1998, Malia Hosaka defeated Starla Sexton (Hosaka’s final WCW match)
– On April 18, 1999, Brandi Alexander defeated Malia Hosaka to win the WLW Womens Title
– On October 19, 1999, Malia Hosaka defeated Brandi Alexander to win the WLW Womens Title
– On November 23, 1999, Emi Motokawa & Kaori Nakayama defeated Jazz, Malia Hosaka & Miss Mongol in a Handicap Match
– On January 20, 2000, Malia Hosaka defeated Miss Badd to retain the WLW Womens Title
– On March 26, 2000, Malia Hosaka & Matt Murphy defeated Miss Badd & Treach Phillips Jr
– On April 7, 2000, Malia Hosaka defeated Lady Fire to retain the WLW Womens Title
– On May 21, 2000, Malia Hosaka defeated Brandi Wine to retain the WLW Womens Title
– On December 7, 2001, Malia Hosaka defeated Daffney
– On June 18, 2003, Trinity defeated Malia Hosaka
– On October 1, 2005, Josie defeated Malia Hosaka
– On February 12, 2006, Lexie Fyfe & Malia Hosaka defeated Cindy Rogers & Lorelei Lee
– On October 22, 2006, The Experience (Malia Hosaka & Lexie Fyfe) defeated Portia Perez & Serena Deeb
– On April 7, 2007, Rain defeated Alexa Thatcher, Josie & Malia Hosaka in a Four Corners Match
– On June 1, 2007, Daizee Haze defeated Malia Hosaka in the SHIMMER Title Tournament
– On April 26, 2008, The Experience (Malia Hosaka & Lexie Fyfe) defeated Ashley Lane & Nevaeh
– On October 11, 2008, The Beatdown Betties (Annie Social & Roxie Cotton) defeated Malia Hosaka & Miss April in the WSU Tag Team Tournament
– On November 30, 2008, Ariel defeated Malia Hosaka to retain the NECW Womens Title
– On March 7, 2009, Malia Hosaka was inducted to the WSU Hall of Fame
– On May 3, 2009, Pretty Bitchin (Ariel & Nikki Roxx) defeated The Experience (Lexie Fyfe & Malia Hosaka)
– On March 3, 2010, Malia Hosaka defeated Lylah Lodge to win the TCW Womens Title
– On May 22, 2010, Malia Hosaka defeated Sunni Daze to retain the TCW Womens Title
– On October 16, 2010, Lylah Lodge defeated Malia Hosaka to win the TCW Womens Title
– On May 14, 2011, Malia Hosaka defeated Lylah Lodge to win the TCW Womens Title
– On January 14, 2012, Malia Hosaka defeated Su Yung
– On February 17, 2012, Malia Hosaka officially retired from the wrestling industry


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