[Tenryu Project News]It was announced this earlier this month that Kazushi Miyamoto has officially became a member of Genichiro Tenryu’s promotion Tenryu Project.Miyamoto asked Tenryu on September 26 if he would be allowed to join the promotion and after some examination Tenryu personally announced and shook the hand of his latest Project member.It has been under much thought that Kazushi Miyamoto has been an understudy to Tenryu for quite sometime now, but Tenryu announced that he will officially be his apprentice now. Tenryu stated that Miyamoto is the future of the business and that he contains both the strength and heart to do so.Miyamoto originally started out as an All Japan trainee in the late 90’s and made his official debut in August of 2001. He found a mentor in Toshiaki Kawada, whom he worked for most of his career for better or worse I should say. Miyamoto was seen to be the future of All Japan, but in 2005 he jumped with Kawada to the short lived King’s Road. Since then he has been jumping back and forth between promotions.Now, he has been working with All Japan as of late and has been showing signs more than ever to become a regular, but will that happen has yet to be seen.”As of right now the 33 year old Miyamoto looks to train under one of the biggest names in the business and get his career back on the right track. The former Amateur Wrestler and Bodybuilder still has a lot to prove, but Tenryu wants everyone to look forward to Miyamoto’s future.

[Tenryu Project News]
It was announced this earlier this month that Kazushi Miyamoto has officially became a member of Genichiro Tenryu’s promotion Tenryu Project.
Miyamoto asked Tenryu on September 26 if he would be allowed to join the promotion and after some examination Tenryu personally announced and shook the hand of his latest Project member.
It has been under much thought that Kazushi Miyamoto has been an understudy to Tenryu for quite sometime now, but Tenryu announced that he will officially be his apprentice now. Tenryu stated that Miyamoto is the future of the business and that he contains both the strength and heart to do so.
Miyamoto originally started out as an All Japan trainee in the late 90’s and made his official debut in August of 2001. He found a mentor in Toshiaki Kawada, whom he worked for most of his career for better or worse I should say. Miyamoto was seen to be the future of All Japan, but in 2005 he jumped with Kawada to the short lived King’s Road. Since then he has been jumping back and forth between promotions.
Now, he has been working with All Japan as of late and has been showing signs more than ever to become a regular, but will that happen has yet to be seen.”
As of right now the 33 year old Miyamoto looks to train under one of the biggest names in the business and get his career back on the right track.
The former Amateur Wrestler and Bodybuilder still has a lot to prove, but Tenryu wants everyone to look forward to Miyamoto’s future.