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'''Stinger''' is a professional wrestling stable in [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]] (NOAH) formed by [[Kotaro Suzuki]], [[Yoshinari Ogawa]], and [[YO-HEY]] on December 16, 2018, starting a feud with [[RATEL'S]]. During their feud, Stinger was shortly joined by [[HAYATA]], who defected RALTEL'S, but afterwards rejoined them. In the process, Suzuki held the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] and with Ogawa; both held the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship]] for almost a year.
 
'''Stinger''' is a professional wrestling stable in [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]] (NOAH) formed by [[Kotaro Suzuki]], [[Yoshinari Ogawa]], and [[YO-HEY]] on December 16, 2018, starting a feud with [[RATEL'S]]. During their feud, Stinger was shortly joined by [[HAYATA]], who defected RALTEL'S, but afterwards rejoined them. In the process, Suzuki held the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] and with Ogawa; both held the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship]] for almost a year.
   
YO-HEY would be kicked out of the stable on May 19, after expressing his intentions of teaming with HAYATA for the [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]], with Ogawa and Suzuki winning the latter tournament. Afterwards, Stinger added two new members; Chris Ridgeway who replaced YO-HEY as the third member of the stable and [[Atsushi Kotoge]], who quickly brought the IPW:UK Junior Heavyweight Championship to the stable. In January 2020, Ogawa brought the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] back to the stable. Two months later, Suzuki turned on Ogawa disbanding the stable, for a brief time, before reuniting on May 9, with the addition of HAYATA, who rejoined the stable, reuniting Stinger. The following day, HAYATA and Ogawa captured the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, meaning that Stinger holds all two of Noah's junior heavyweight championships.
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YO-HEY would be kicked out of the stable on May 19, after expressing his intentions of teaming with HAYATA for the [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]], with Ogawa and Suzuki winning the latter tournament. Afterwards, Stinger added two new members; Chris Ridgeway who replaced YO-HEY as the third member of the stable and [[Atsushi Kotoge]], who quickly brought the IPW:UK Junior Heavyweight Championship to the stable. In January 2020, Ogawa brought the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] back to the stable. Two months later, Suzuki turned on Ogawa disbanding the stable, for a brief time, before reuniting on May 9, with the addition of HAYATA, who rejoined the stable, reuniting Stinger.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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On January 4, 2020, at [[January New Sunrise and Reboot Koruaken Hall Show|New Sunrise]], Ogawa defeated HAYATA to win the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship. Later that month, all members of Stinger took part in the [[Global Junior League#2020|2020 Global Junior League]], wrestling in separate round-robin blocks. Kotoge and Suzuki finished their blocks with a record of two wins and one loss and Ridgeway finished his block with one win and two losses. Meanwhile, Ogawa won his block with a record of two wins and one draw, advancing to the semifinals of the tournament. On January 30, Ogawa was defeated by [[Dick Togo]] in the semifinals.
 
On January 4, 2020, at [[January New Sunrise and Reboot Koruaken Hall Show|New Sunrise]], Ogawa defeated HAYATA to win the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship. Later that month, all members of Stinger took part in the [[Global Junior League#2020|2020 Global Junior League]], wrestling in separate round-robin blocks. Kotoge and Suzuki finished their blocks with a record of two wins and one loss and Ridgeway finished his block with one win and two losses. Meanwhile, Ogawa won his block with a record of two wins and one draw, advancing to the semifinals of the tournament. On January 30, Ogawa was defeated by [[Dick Togo]] in the semifinals.
   
On March 29, Kotoge and Suzuki lost the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship to RATEL'S members HAYATA and YO-HEY. Later that night, Ogawa successfully defended the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship against Daisuke Harada, ending Stinger's feud with RATEL'S. Afterwards, Suzuki turned on Ogawa. Later in a post-match interview, due to Suzuki's actions, Ogawa announced the disbanding of the stable. On April 19, Suzuki defeated Ogawa to win the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship for the fourth time. Afterwards, Suzuki asked to team with him, in order to challenge for the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, which Ogawa accepted. On May 9, during the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championshionship, HAYATA turned on YO-HEY, joining Ogawa and Suzuki to reform Stinger. The following day, HAYATA and Ogawa defeated Tadasuke and YO-HEY to win the vacant GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, meaning that Stinger holds all two of Noah's junior heavyweight championships.
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On March 29, Kotoge and Suzuki lost the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship to RATEL'S members HAYATA and YO-HEY. Later that night, Ogawa successfully defended the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship against Daisuke Harada, ending Stinger's feud with RATEL'S. Afterwards, Suzuki turned on Ogawa. Later in a post-match interview, due to Suzuki's actions, Ogawa announced the disbanding of the stable. On April 19, Suzuki defeated Ogawa to win the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship for the fourth time. Afterwards, Suzuki asked to team with him, in order to challenge for the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, which Ogawa accepted. On May 9, during the GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championshionship, HAYATA turned on YO-HEY, joining Ogawa and Suzuki to reform Stinger.
   
 
==Members==
 
==Members==
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* '''[[Pro Wrestling Noah]]'''
 
* '''[[Pro Wrestling Noah]]'''
 
** [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] (3 times, current) – Suzuki (2, current) and Ogawa (1)
 
** [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship]] (3 times, current) – Suzuki (2, current) and Ogawa (1)
** [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship]] (3 times, current) – Ogawa and Suzuki (1), Kotoge and Suzuki (1) and HAYATA and Ogawa (1, current)
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** [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship]] (2 times) – Ogawa and Suzuki (1) and Kotoge and Suzuki (1)
 
** [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]] ([[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League|2019]]) – Ogawa and Suzuki
 
** [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]] ([[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League|2019]]) – Ogawa and Suzuki
 
[[Category:Pro Wrestling Noah Units]]
 
[[Category:Pro Wrestling Noah Units]]
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