Player Profile

Boltin Oleg

Boltin Oleg

Nationality :Kazakhstani
Date Of Birth :10 February 1993
Height :1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight :120 kg (265 lb)

Boltin Oleg: A Brief Biography

Boltin Oleg is the ring name of Oleg Igorevich Boltin, a Kazakhstani professional wrestler and former amateur wrestler who is currently signed to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). He was born on February 10, 1993. He won the gold medal in amateur wrestling at the Asian Wrestling Championships.

Titles

  • Asian Wrestling Championships
    • 2021 Asian Wrestling Championships gold medal (125 kg)

Height of Boltin Oleg, Weight, and Body Stats

Height186 cm (6 ft 1 in)
Weight120 kg (265 lb)

All-time Career of Boltin Oleg

Wrestling career

Boltin has been practicing in Japan since the beginning of the decade. He joined the Bushiroad Club (now known as Team New Japan) in 2017.

Boltin won the 125 kg division gold medal at the Kazakhstani Wrestling Championships in 2020. At the 2021 Asian Wrestling Championships, he took home the gold medal in the same division. At the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, Boltin came in fifth. When he signed a contract with the Japanese professional wrestling promotion New Japan Pro-Wrestling in October 2022, he announced his retirement from amateur wrestling.

Professional wrestling career

Boltin was introduced as a future NJPW wrestler by Yuji Nagata on October 10, 2022, at Declaration of Power. Boltin, in response, stated his desire to become as “strong and famous as possible” and named Brock Lesnar and The Rock as inspirations. On January 4, 2023, at Wrestle Kingdom 17, Boltin competed in his first in-ring match, a three-minute exhibition match against Ryohei Oiwa. The game was a draw in the end. On April 2, he made his formal ring entrance during the second night of Road to Sakura Genesis, where he lost to TMDK (Zack Sabre Jr., Robbie Eagles, and Kosei Fujita) with Ryusuke Taguchi and Shota Umino. Boltin’s first victory came on May 28 on day 12 of the 2023 Best of the Super Juniors when he and Togi Makabe defeated Yuto Nakashima and Oskar Leube.