Hikaru Shida

Dec 12, 2019 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Hikaru Shida
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 126 lbs.
Date of Birth: June 11, 1988
From: Kanagawa, Prefecture
Pro Debut: July 20, 2008
Trained By: Emi Sakura
Finishing Move: Three Count (Shining Wizard)

Biography

– Shida trained in judo and kendo as a child
– Shida began her working life as an actress, forming an idol group known as Muscle Venus, featuring fellow future pro wrestlers Miyako Matsumoto and Tsukasa Fujimoto
– In 2008, Shida was cast in the lead role of the film ‘Three Count’, set in the world of professional wrestling. In preparation for the role, Shida trained under Emi Sakura at her Ice Ribbon promotion
– Following the conclusion of filming, Shida opted to switch careers and picked up wrestling full time with Ice Ribbon
– In her debut match in July 2008, Shida was defeated by Kazumi Shimouma
– On December 23, 2010, Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Emi Sakura & Nanae Takahashi to win the vacant International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On January 4, 2011, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Hikari Minami & Riho to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On February 6, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Makoto & Riho to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 20, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Makoto & Bambi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– In October 2011, Shida travelled to the UK to compete in the EVE vs. Ice Ribbon shows in Nottingham, England
– On December 25, Shida defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto to win the ICEx60 Title
– On December 28, Shida & Maki Narumiya defeated Emi Sakura & Tsukushi to win the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On January 7, 2012, Shida & Narumiya defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Mochi Miyagi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On January 25, Shida & Narumiya defeated Hailey Hatred & Dorami Nagano to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 20, Shida defeated Aoi Kizuki to retain the ICEx60 Title
– On April 21, Shida defeated Kurumi to retain the ICEx60 Title
– On June 9, Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Aki Kambayashi & Mia Yim to win the vacant REINA X World Tag Team Titles
– On June 17, Shida defeated Maki Marumiya to retain the ICEx60 Title
– In July 2012, Shida travelled to Mexico to work a few dates for CMLL
– On August 19, Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Meari Naito & Maki Narumiya to retain the REINA X World Tag Team Titles
– On August 29, Shida defeated Neko Nitta to retain the ICEx60 Title
– On November 25, Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Tsukushi & Kurumi to retain the REINA X World Tag Team Titles and win the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles, but would lose both titles to Hailey Hatred & Hamuko Hoshi three days later
– On April 24, Shida & Aja Kong defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Tomoka Nakagawa to win the OZ Academy Tag Team Titles
– On May 24, Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Aoi Kizuki & Tsukushi to win the International Ribbon and REINA X World Tag Team Titles
– On June 22, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Meari Naito & Cherry to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On July 15, Shida & Yumi Ohka defeated Mio Shirai & Kana to win the WAVE Tag Team Titles
– On September 22, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Mio Shirai & Rutsuko Yamaguchi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– In October 2013, Shida travelled to the US to compete for SHIMMER
– On December 7, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Kurumi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On January 4, 2014, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Kyoko Inoue & Kurumi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 9, 2014, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Mio Shirai & Miyako Matsumoto to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 12, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Miyako Matsumoto to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 15, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Kurumi & Tsukushi to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– On March 22, Shida & Fujimoto defeated Meari Naito & Maki Narumiya to retain the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles
– Shida became a free agent on April 1, 2014, though would return to Ice Ribbon for occasional freelance appearances
– Shida on the 2017 Catch the WAVE Tournament, defeating Misaki Ohata in the final
– On August 24, Shida defeated Yumi Ohka to win the Regina Di WAVE Title
– On August 31, Shida defeated Mika Iida to retain the Regina Di WAVE Title
– On October 4, Shida defeated Leah Owens and Audrey Bride in Barcelona, Spain to win the RCW Womens Title
– On October 29, Shida defeated Mary Apache to retain the Regina Di WAVE and RCW Womens Titles
– On December 21, Shida fought Mio Shirai to a time-limit draw to retain the Regina Di WAVE and RCW Womens Titles
– On January 25, Shida defeated Sakura Hirota to retain the Regina Di WAVE Title
– On February 25, 2015, Shida & Syuri defeated Arisa Nakajima & Kana to win the REINA World Tag Team Titles
– On March 7, Shida & Syuri defeated Rina Yamashita & Makoto to retain the REINA World Tag Team Titles
– On September 11, 2016, Shida & Syuri defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kurugaki to win the OZ Academy Tag Team Titles
– On October 23, Shida & Syuri defeated Dynamite Kansai & Rina Yamashita to retain the OZ Academy Tag Team Titles
– On November 23, Shida & Syuri defeated DASH Chisako & KAORU to win the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles
– On January 25, 2017, Shida & Syuri fought Hiroyo Matsumoto & Kagetsu to a time-limit draw to retain the OZ Academy Tag Team Titles
– In February 2017, Shida signed with the Makai company, which combines wrestling with theatre and music. She would continue to make independent appearances in both the US and Japan
– On February 25, Shida & Syuri defeated Cassandra Miyagi & DASH Chisako to retain the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles
– On April 6, Shida & Syuri defeated Cassandra Miyagi & DASH Chisako to retain the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles
– On April 12, Shida & Syuri defeated MISSION K4 (Kaho Kobayashi & AKINO) to retain the OZ Academy Tag Team Titles
– On June 10, Shida & Syuri defeated Meiko Satomura & Hana Kimura to retain the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles
– On June 3, 2018, Shida defeated Yoshiko to win the OZ Academy Openweight Title
– On September 17, Shida defeated Aja Kong to retain the OZ Academy Openweight Title
– On December 2, Shida defeated Kakeru Sekiguchi to retain the OZ Academy Openweight Title
– On April 9, 2019, Shida signed with the new US-based AEW promotion
– Shida debuted for AEW at Double Or Nothing 2019, teaming with Ryo Mizunami & Riho to defeat Emi Sakura, Aja Kong & Yuka Sakazaki
– At Double Or Nothing 2020, Shida defeated Nyla Rose in a No-DQ Match to win the AEW Womens Title
– On the July 1, 2020 episode of Dynamite, Shida defeated Penelope Ford to retain the AEW Womens Title
– At All Out 2020, Shida defeated Thunder Rosa to retain the AEW Womens Title
– On the October 14, 2020 episode of Dynamite, Shida defeated Big Swole to retain AEW Womens Title
– At Full Gear 2020, Shida defeated Nyla Rose to retain the AEW Womens Title
– On the November 19, 2020 episode of Dynamite, Shida defeated Anna Jay to retain the AEW Womens Title
– At AEW New Year’s Smash 2021, Shida defeated Abadon to retain the AEW Womens Title
– At Revolution 2021, Shida defeated Ryo Mizunai to retain the AEW Womens Title
– On the April 21, 2021 episode of Dynamite, Shida defeated Tay Conti to retain the AEW Womens Title
– On the Full Gear 2021 pre-show, Shida & Thunder Rosa defeated Nyla Rose & Jamie Hayter
– At Winter Is Coming 2021, Shida defeated Serena Deeb

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