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{{nihongo|'''Dragon Dia'''|ドラゴン・ディヤ|Doragon Diya}} is a Japanese professional wrestler, trained and currently working for [[Dragon Gate]] (DG). Dia is known for being [[Dragon Kid]]'s protègè.
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{{nihongo|'''Dragon Dia'''|ドラゴン・ディヤ|Doragon Diya}} is a Japanese professional wrestler, trained and currently working for [[Dragon Gate]] (DG), where he is currently one-third of the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship|Open The Triangle Gate Champions]] in his first reign.
 
Dia's real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans.
 
   
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Dia was trained by the [[Dragon Gate Trueborn|Dragon Gate Dojo]] and made his debut in November 2018, becoming [[Dragon Kid]]'s protègè, with his real name not being a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. Initially, Dia didn't had much success, working mostly on the undercard, losing most of his matches to other, more experienced wrestlers to give him some in-ring, televised, experience. After all Dragon Gate generation wrestlers united as party of a feud with their counterparts [[Toryumon Generation|Toryumon]] and [[R.E.D]] in a "Generation War", Dia started being pushed up the card and beginning winning more consistently, leading him to win the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]] in February 2020.
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==Professional Wrestling Career==
 
==Professional Wrestling Career==
 
===Dragon Gate (2018–Present)===
 
===Dragon Gate (2018–Present)===
 
On October 2, 2018, [[Dragon Kid]] would show a newly masked trainee Dragon Dia, who announced that his debut would be against [[R.E.D]] ([[Eita]] and [[Yasushi Kanda]]). On November 6, Dia would lose against them, with Dia being pinned by Kanda. After that, Dia would enter in the [[Dragon Gate Tournaments#Rookie Raking Tournament|Rookie Raking Tournament]], he would lose in the first round against [[Shun Skywalker]]. He would end in seventh place after being sidelined with influenza. Afterwards, Dia began losing most of his matches to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give him some in-ring, televised, experience as is customary for most professional wrestlers.
 
On October 2, 2018, [[Dragon Kid]] would show a newly masked trainee Dragon Dia, who announced that his debut would be against [[R.E.D]] ([[Eita]] and [[Yasushi Kanda]]). On November 6, Dia would lose against them, with Dia being pinned by Kanda. After that, Dia would enter in the [[Dragon Gate Tournaments#Rookie Raking Tournament|Rookie Raking Tournament]], he would lose in the first round against [[Shun Skywalker]]. He would end in seventh place after being sidelined with influenza. Afterwards, Dia began losing most of his matches to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give him some in-ring, televised, experience as is customary for most professional wrestlers.
   
On December 5, 2019, Dia was invited to join [[Mochizuki Dojo]], but he rejected, justifying that Dragon Kid was his only trainer and he needed to gain more weight. On December 18, Dia achieved an important victory, after teaming with his mentor Dragon Kid in a winning effort against [[Natural Vibes]] ([["brother" YASSHI]] and [[Susumu Yokosuka]], after Dia pinned Yokosuka. Afterwards, Dia became part of the [[Dragon Gate Generation|Dragon Gate stable]] in order to unite all Dragon Gate generation of wrestlers against [[Toryumon Generation|Toryumon]] and [[R.E.D]] in a "Generation War". Afterwards, Dia started being pushed up the card, beginning winning more consistently against veterans and more established wrestlers such as [[Big R Shimizu]], [[Genki Horiguchi]] and [[Kagetora]]. In January 2020, Dia and his Dragon Gate stablemate [[Kzy]] took part in a tournament to crown the new [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open The Twin Gate Champions]], losing to eventual winners [[R.E.D]] duo of [[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]] in the semifinals of the tournament on January 15.
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On December 5, 2019, Dia was invited to join [[Mochizuki Dojo]], but he rejected, justifying that Dragon Kid was his only trainer and he needed to gain more weight. On December 18, Dia achieved an important victory, after teaming with his mentor Dragon Kid in a winning effort against [[Natural Vibes]] ([["brother" YASSHI]] and [[Susumu Yokosuka]], after Dia pinned Yokosuka. Afterwards, Dia became part of the [[Dragon Gate Generation|Dragon Gate stable]] in order to unite all Dragon Gate generation of wrestlers against [[Toryumon Generation|Toryumon]] and [[R.E.D]] in a "Generation War". Afterwards, Dia started being pushed up the card, beginning winning more consistently against veterans and more established wrestlers such as [[Big R Shimizu]], [[Genki Horiguchi]] and [[Kagetora]]. In January 2020, Dia and his Dragon Gate stablemate [[Kzy]] took part in a tournament to crown the new [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open The Twin Gate Champions]], losing to eventual winners [[R.E.D]] duo of [[BxB Hulk]] and [[Kazma Sakamoto]] in the semifinals of the tournament on January 15. On February 29 in the first night of the [[Champion Gate in Osaka (2020)|Champion Gate in Osaka]], Dia, [[Ben-K]] and [[Strong Machine J]] defeated Toryumon's Dragon Kid, [[Ryo Saito]] and [[Kenichiro Arai]] to win the [[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]].
   
 
==Factions==
 
==Factions==
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== Championships and Accomplishments ==
 
== Championships and Accomplishments ==
 
* '''[[Dragon Gate]]'''
 
* '''[[Dragon Gate]]'''
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**[[Open The Triangle Gate Championship]] (1 time, current) – with [[Ben-K]] and [[Strong Machine J]]
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**[[Dragon Gate Tournaments#2020 Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament|Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament]] ([[Dragon Gate Tournaments#2020 Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament|2020]]) – with Ben-K and Strong Machine J
 
**[[Rookie Ranking Tournament]]: Seventh place
 
**[[Rookie Ranking Tournament]]: Seventh place
**[[Dragon Gate Tournaments#2020 Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament|Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament]] ([[Dragon Gate Tournaments#2020 Ashiyanikki Cup 6 Man Tag Team Tournament|2020]]) – with [[Ben-K]] and [[Strong Machine J]]
 
 
[[Category:Wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:Wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Gate Roster]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Gate Roster]]

Latest revision as of 15:28, February 29, 2020

Dragon Dia
DragonDia
Dia in December 2019
Born October 31 1998 (1998-10-31) (age 21)
Suzaka City, Nagano, Japan
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Dragon Dia
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Weight 70 kg (150 lb)
Trained By Dragon Gate Dojo
Dragon Kid
Debut November 6, 2018

  Dragon Dia (ドラゴン・ディヤ, Doragon Diya) is a Japanese professional wrestler, trained and currently working for Dragon Gate (DG), where he is currently one-third of the Open The Triangle Gate Champions in his first reign.

Dia was trained by the Dragon Gate Dojo and made his debut in November 2018, becoming Dragon Kid's protègè, with his real name not being a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. Initially, Dia didn't had much success, working mostly on the undercard, losing most of his matches to other, more experienced wrestlers to give him some in-ring, televised, experience. After all Dragon Gate generation wrestlers united as party of a feud with their counterparts Toryumon and R.E.D in a "Generation War", Dia started being pushed up the card and beginning winning more consistently, leading him to win the Open The Triangle Gate Championship in February 2020.

Professional Wrestling CareerEdit

Dragon Gate (2018–Present)Edit

On October 2, 2018, Dragon Kid would show a newly masked trainee Dragon Dia, who announced that his debut would be against R.E.D (Eita and Yasushi Kanda). On November 6, Dia would lose against them, with Dia being pinned by Kanda. After that, Dia would enter in the Rookie Raking Tournament, he would lose in the first round against Shun Skywalker. He would end in seventh place after being sidelined with influenza. Afterwards, Dia began losing most of his matches to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give him some in-ring, televised, experience as is customary for most professional wrestlers.

On December 5, 2019, Dia was invited to join Mochizuki Dojo, but he rejected, justifying that Dragon Kid was his only trainer and he needed to gain more weight. On December 18, Dia achieved an important victory, after teaming with his mentor Dragon Kid in a winning effort against Natural Vibes ("brother" YASSHI and Susumu Yokosuka, after Dia pinned Yokosuka. Afterwards, Dia became part of the Dragon Gate stable in order to unite all Dragon Gate generation of wrestlers against Toryumon and R.E.D in a "Generation War". Afterwards, Dia started being pushed up the card, beginning winning more consistently against veterans and more established wrestlers such as Big R Shimizu, Genki Horiguchi and Kagetora. In January 2020, Dia and his Dragon Gate stablemate Kzy took part in a tournament to crown the new Open The Twin Gate Champions, losing to eventual winners R.E.D duo of BxB Hulk and Kazma Sakamoto in the semifinals of the tournament on January 15. On February 29 in the first night of the Champion Gate in Osaka, Dia, Ben-K and Strong Machine J defeated Toryumon's Dragon Kid, Ryo Saito and Kenichiro Arai to win the Open The Triangle Gate Championship.

FactionsEdit

In wrestlingEdit

  • Finishing moves
    • Reptilian Rana (Hurricanrana into a pin)
    • Treatrana (Hurricanrana into a Victory Roll)
    • Dropkick
    • Victory Roll
  • Nicknames
    • "Carrat Diamond"
  • Entrance themes
    • "Dragon Storm 2019" (Instrumental Version)" by ZIGGY
    • "∞ Carat Diamond" by Syoko Koshino

 Championships and Accomplishments Edit

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