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  Mizuki Kaminade (上撫瑞希, Kaminade Mizuki, born March 16, 1995), better known by her ring name Mizuki (瑞希, Mizuki), often stylized as MIZUKI (stylized in all capital letters), is a Japanese professional wrestler. She currently signed to DDT Pro-Wrestling where she is a former KO-D 10-Man Tag Team Champion as well as Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling where she is a former Princess Tag Team Champion.

Professional wrestling career[]

Independent Circut (2012–2019, 2021)[]

Before making her professional wrestling debut MIZUKI used to work as an idol group called Brilliant Battle Girls with a fellow wrestler SAKI where both them started to train for LLPW-X dojo after MIZUKI dropped of high school moved to Tokyo in order to persue her professional wrestling career. On December 29, 2012 MIZUKI made her debut a professional wrestling debut for LLPW-X teaming with SAKI losing to Shinobu Kandori and Takako Inoue. In 2013 MIZUKI would also start to wrestle regulary for both Gatoh Move and LLPW-X mainly wrestle in their joint shows around that MIZUKI would wrestle for mutiple independent promotions such as Ice Ribbon, Diana, Marvelous, HEAT-UP and SEAdLINNNG until 2019 when she signed full-time with TJPW only making limited apperances for Gatoh Move and Actwres girl'Z.

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling (2017–present)[]

On April 8, 2017, MIZUKI made her debut at Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling (TJPW) where she defeated Maki Itoh. In July, MIZUKI participated in the annual Tokyo Princess Cup where she advanced to the semi-final where she was defeated by Yuka Sakazaki on July 30, who was the Tokyo Princess of Princess Champion at the time. MIZUKI teamed with Itoh in a tournament to crown the inaugural Tokyo Princess Tag Team Champions, where they lost in the semi-final to the team of Sakazaki and Shoko Nakajima on September 16.

In 2018, MIZUKI, along with Sakazaki formed a team named "Magical Sugar Rabbits". The two faced each other again on June 9 in the Tokyo Princess Cup, where MIZUKI lost to Sakazaki in the first round. On August 25, 2018, Magical Sugar Rabbits defeated Ito and Reika Saiki to win the vacant Princess Tag Team Championship. Magical Sugar Rabbits had their first successful title defense on October 8, when they defeated Bakuretsu Sisters (Nodoka Tenma and Yuki Aino).

On June 8, 2019, Magical Sugar Rabbits lost the Princess Tag Team Championshipm to Neo Biishiki-gun (Misao and Sakisama), ending their reign at 287 days with six successful title defenses. On July 7, Mizuki won the Tokyo Princess Cup after defeating Yuna Manase at the finals. After winning the Tokyo Princess Cup, Mizuki challenged Nakajima, who was then the Princess of Princess Champion, on September 1, but was unsuccessful.

On August 29, 2020, MIZUKI won the Tokyo Princess Cup for the second year in a row after defeating Nakajima in the finals, making her the only wrestler to win the Cup back-to-back. On November 7, at the main event of Wrestle Princess Mizuki challenged her own tag team partner Sakazaki for the Princess of Princess Championship, but was unsuccessful. On November 14, MIZUKI officially signed to TJPW.

In wrestling[]

  • Finishing moves
    • Aquamarine (Crucifix driver) – rarely used
    • Cutie Special (Bridging fallaway slam) – adopted from Cutie Suzuki
    • Diving double foot stomp, sometimes while springboarding
  • Signature moves
    • Boston crab
    • Diving crossbody
    • Dropkick
    • Whirling Candy (Twisting running crossbody, usually to an oncoming opponent) – Innovated
  • Nickname
    • "Popping Sugar Rabbit"
    • "Mizupon"

Championships and accomplishments[]