Riho

Riho

Personal Information

Full Name Riho
Date of Birth June 4, 1997
Nationality Japan
Birth Place Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Height 5 ft 1 in
Weight 45 kg (99 lb)
Theme Song "Eternal Beauty"
Debut May 29, 2006

Riho News

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[Spoiler] Former AEW Women's World Champion returns [Spoiler] Former AEW Women's World Champion returns
[Spoiler] Former AEW Women's World Champion returns
“It just looks embarrassing,” says WWE veteran after Tony Khan’s recent comments about female AEW star “It just looks embarrassing,” says WWE veteran after Tony Khan’s recent comments about female AEW star
“It just looks embarrassing,” says WWE veteran after Tony Khan’s recent comments about female AEW star
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Female AEW star responds to a fan's proposal for Christmas

Riho : A Brief Biography

Riho is a Japanese professional wrestler signed with AEW. She is a former AEW Women's World Champion.


  1. Professional Wrestling Career
  2. Championships and Accomplishments


Professional Wrestling Career


Japanese and Asian Promotions (2006-2019)


In 2006, Riho began her professional wrestling training at the age of 9. She was trained by Emi Sakura and made her debut for Ice Ribbon. She left Ice Ribbon after making her debut at the Wrestling New Classic. In September, she began working for Gatoh Move Pro Wrestling, where she spent the next several years. In 2014, she defeated Emi Sakura to win the IWA Triple Crown Championship. She began working outside of Asia in the last year. In September, she became the inaugural Super Asia Champion. Riho has also worked for DDT Pro Wrestling, Stardom, and Union Pro Wrestling.


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AEW (2019-Present)


In 2019, she made her debut for AEW at Double or Nothing. In October, she became the inaugural AEW Women's World Champion. After 133 days and several title defenses, she lost the title to Nyla Rose. In 2020, she took a hiatus due to COVID-19. In 2021, Riho returned to AEW and wrestled a few matches. In 2022, she faced Britt Baker for the AEW Women's World Championship and lost. She has recently returned to Japan due to an injury.


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Championships and Accomplishments


ChampionshipNumber of Times
AEW Women's World Championship1
Jiyūgaoka 6-Person Tag Team Championship1
Sea Of Japan 6-Person Tag Team Championship2
UWA World Trios Championship1
Asia Dream Tag Team Championship2
IWA Triple Crown Championship2
ICE×60 Championship1
International Ribbon Tag Team Championship1
Queen of Asia Championship1
High Speed Championship1


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