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Kurasawa

Kurasawa

Nationality :Japanease
Date Of Birth :January 22, 1967
Height :6 feet 1 inches
Weight :120 kg

Kurasawa was a Japanese filmmaker and painter who directed 30 films in a career spanning over five decades. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. Kurosawa displayed a bold, dynamic style, strongly influenced by Western cinema yet distinct from it; he was involved with all aspects of film production.

QUICK FACTS

BornMarch 23, 1910

Shinagawa, Tokyo, Empire of Japan
DiedSeptember 6, 1998 (aged 88)

Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan
Resting placeAn’yō-in, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan
Occupations
  • Film director
  • screenwriter
  • producer
  • editor
Years active1936–1993

Kurasawa Biography, EarlyLife

Kurasawa was born on January 22, 1967, in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan. He is 56 years old as of 2023. He has not yet revealed anything about his family and early life in the media.

Kurasawa Education

His educational history is not published because he has not yet given it to the public. However, this detailed information is currently being reviewed and will be updated soon.

Kurasawa’s Height, And Weight

The Wrestler has an athletic body standing at the perfect height of 6 feet 1 inches and weighs around 120 kg.

Kurasawa also has an athletic body type. He has a well-kept figure, but measures such as biceps size, hip size, waist size, shoe size, and so on are currently unavailable. His eyes are dark brown, and his hair is black. He has a healthy and well-balanced physique. As far as we know, he does not have any tattoos.

Career

Wrestling World Championships (1995-1996)

In WCW, he was known as Kurasawa, and he was a part of Colonel Robert Parker’s Stud Stable. He regularly teamed up with Meng, with whom he had a feud with Sting and Road Warrior Hawk. Kurasawa shattered Hawk’s arm with a sitting armbar following their tag team match at Clash of the Champions XXXI, which they lost. Kurasawa was also noted for almost defeating “Macho Man” Randy Savage there. Nakanishi learned the notorious “Road Warrior Workout” from Hawk and Animal, who also taught Kenta Kobashi and Kensuke Sasaki this regimen.

New Japan Pro Wrestling (from 1996 through 2020)

When Nakanishi returned to Japan in 1996, he appeared more confident and powerful. He achieved rapid success with his new attitude and in-ring approach. Satoshi Kojima, who had returned from Europe, and established The Bull Powers. He and Kojima won the IWGP Tag Team Championship in May 1997. In the 1999 G1 Climax, he submitted then-IWGP Heavyweight Champion and nWo Japan leader Keiji Mutoh to win the tournament, possibly the biggest upset of the decade.

Nakanishi was never able to capitalize on his G-1 Climax victory as he consistently came up short in key matchups, and Antonio Inoki’s concentration on pushing MMA fighters from 2002 to 2005 made matters worse for him. When the company suffered a massive exodus of main event talent (including Shinya Hashimoto, Shinjiro Otani, Sasaki, and Mutoh), it was thought that Nakanishi would finally live up to his potential, but he was overlooked once again as New Japan began to focus on developing younger talent such as Hiroshi Tanahashi, Shinsuke Nakamura, Togi Makabe, and Hirooki Goto.

In late 2006, Kurasawa joined the popular tag team Wild Child with Takao Omori, and they won another IWGP Tag Team title. Nakanishi finally won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in May 2009, pinning Hiroshi Tanahashi. He held the championship for about a month before losing it to Tanahashi. Nakanishi and Strong Man created the tag team Muscle Orchestra for the 2010 G1 Climax Tag League.

The combination advanced to the tournament’s semifinals and was voted Tag Combination of the Year by the Tokyo Sports Grand Prix after the year. Muscle Orchestra challenged Bad Intentions (Giant Bernard and Karl Anderson) for the IWGP Tag Team Championship in a three-way match with Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) on January 4, 2011, at Wrestle Kingdom V in Tokyo Dome. Muscle Orchestra had another crack at Bad Intentions and the IWGP Tag Team Championship on February 20 but was unable to retain the championship.

Kurasawa’s Net Worth

Manabu Nakanishi’s net worth is believed to be $ USD 3 million, with primary earnings from amateur and professional wrestling. We don’t have adequate evidence about Manabu Nakanishi’s cars or lifestyle. We will soon update this information.

Kurasawa Awards

  • New Japan Pro Wrestling
    • IWGP Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    • IWGP Provisional Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Takao Ōmori
    • IWGP Tag Team Championship (3 times) with Yuji Nagata (1), Satoshi Kojima (1), Takao Ōmori (1)
    • NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Hiroshi Tanahashi & Ryusuke Taguchi
    • G1 Climax (1999)
    • Young Lion Cup (1995)
    • Triathlon Survivor Tournament Winner (2002)- with Osamu Nishimura & Yutaka Yoshie
    • Naeba Cup Tag Team Tournament Winner (2003) – with Heat
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him #185 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2010
  • Pro Wrestling ZERO1-MAX
    • NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Takao Ōmori
  • Tokyo Sports Grand Prix
    • Best Tag Team (2010) – with Strong Man
    • Fighting Spirit Award (1999)

Kurasawa’s Girlfriend, Dating

There isn’t much information regarding his personal life available right now. His personal life will shortly be updated with any new developments. Furthermore, his former romantic history is unreported.

FAQ

What is the net worth of Kurasawa?

His net worth is 3 million dollars.

What is the height of Kurasawa?

His height is 6 feet 1 inches.

What is the age of Kurasawa?

His age is 88 years as of 2023.

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