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TAKA Michinoku¿Quién es TAKA Michinoku?Takao Yoshida (吉田 貴男, Yoshida Takao, Yoshido Takao?) (born October 26, 1973), better known by his stage name Taka Michinoku (Taka is written in all caps in Japanese script), is a professional wrestler who has wrestled all over the world. Michinoku is known in North America for his work for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) where he had the first ever WWF Light Heavyweight Championship reign recognized by the North-American promotion.
Having held championship titles in Japan, North America, Mexico and Europe, Yoshida is known for his long title reigns. He held the FMW Independent World Junior Heavyweight Title for a combined duration of more than 15 months, the WWF Light Heavyweight Title for a then record-setting 10 months and the WEW Six-Man Tag Team Title for almost a year. Yoshida has held the AJPW World Junior Heavyweight Title, Michinoku Pro Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Title and Kaientai Dojo Strongest-K Title simultaneously for almost 10 months. During his reign, he has defended his titles against both AJPW and independent circuit talent to increase his base of opponents, and thus has increased the reach of the AJPW World Junior Heavyweight Title which was closed off to outside competition in the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s.Carrera en la WWFHe made his World Wrestling Federation (WWF) debut on July 6, 1997 at a WWF pay-per-view entitled "Canadian Stampede." On December 7, 1997, Michinoku defeated Brian Christopher at D-Generation X: In Your House to become the first WWF Light Heavyweight Champion recognized by the WWF. Taka successfully defended the WWF Light Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania XIV against Aguila. After holding the title for more than 10 months, Michinoku lost the title to Christian on October 18, 1998.
Taka ended up entering a feud with the Kai En Tai faction that he was once a part of in Japan, until he betrayed Val Venis in a tag team match and rejoined his friends against Venis. When all the members of Kai En Tai left the WWF except for Taka and Shoichi Funaki, the two teamed up as Kai En Tai. Taka even challenged Triple H for the WWF Championship on the April 10, 2000 edition of Raw, coming up short despite interference on his behalf from Funaki and the Acolytes Protection Agency. They, however, were mostly limited to being comical jobbers for the rest of Taka's time in the WWF.Finishers:Michinoku Driver
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