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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Shingo
Image of Shingo
Billing information
Ring name(s)
Height 5 ft 8 in
Weight 211 lb
Born November 2, 1982
Hometown Yamanashi, Japan
Theme music "Hitomi no Juunin" by L'Arc-en-Ciel
Affiliation(s)
Federation(s) Wrestling Society X
Brand(s) FCW
Previous federations
Wrestling information
Role {{{role}}}
Gimmick
Alignment Face
Wrestling style
Finisher(s) Made in Japan
Japanese Buzzsaw
Accomplishments

Shingo Takagi (鷹木信悟, born November 2, 1982) is an Japanese professional wrestler. He currently wrestles on the FCW brand of Wrestling Society X (WSX) as Shingo.

Wrestling details

  • Primary Finisher
    • Made in Japan (Pumphandle half nelson driver)
  • Secondary Finisher
    • Japanese Buzzsaw (High speed roundhouse kick to the head of a seated, kneeling or rising opponent)
  • Signature Moveset
    • Tarantula (Rope hung Boston crab)
    • Asian mist
    • Baseball slide to an opponent who is trapped in the Tree of woe
    • Bridging dragon suplex
    • Bridging German suplex
    • Multiple kick variations
      • Rolling sole
      • Roundhouse
      • Shoot
      • Super
    • Octopus stretch
    • Shining wizard
  • Theme Music
Wrestling Society X<span/> roster
Tag Teams and Stables The Arabian AllianceBlake Heat and Mitch VoltageThe Dark SideD-Generation XThe GangstasThe Hart DynastyInsane Clown PosseMillion Dollar CorporationThe Nasty BoysnWoTeam 3DThe Rock 'n Rave InfectionSpirit SquadSteel ForceUltraviolent Connection
Smackdown
Male wrestlers 6-PacAbyssAntonio BanksBen StormBlade HartBubba Ray DudleyCody WhiteDavid Hart SmithDylan RaveD-Von DudleyEamon KellyThe GiantHollywood HoganHurricane HelmsJack PhoenixJamalJames WhiteMatthew RockMC PunkMC SteelNew JackNathan JonesPitbullPsicosisRandy WilliamsRejectShawn YoungTwister
Female wrestlers MollyEllie
Other talent Amando EstradaDave Collins • Joan Brooks • Mark Feeney • Shorty Brooks • Nick HaddanPete SteelStevie Richards
Raw
Male wrestlers 2-PacAbu DhabiAli GBlake HeatChad AdamsCheechCloudyDarth VaderEugeneGrizzly RedwoodThe Iron SheikJohn MorrisonThe JokerLil WayneMike CageMitch VoltageMonty BrownMr PerfectReece RichardsScotty 2 HottyShredderToby MahoneyTroy MastersVampiroWicked
Female wrestlers Abbey Rose
Other talent HornswoggleJack SparrowJohn StabMulletTim SydalTraci Brooks
FCW
Male wrestlers APABrian KnobbsChris HaftCrossbonesHarlem HeatJack EvansJason KnoxJerry SagsKofi KingstonMikeyMr TNickyRandy RobinsonRoad DoggThe Road WarriorSantino MarellaShaggy 2 DopeShingoSuicideTriple XViolent JX-Pac
Female wrestlers Awesome KongTaylor Swift
Other talent Joey RamoneKing HarryMr FujiLilian GarciaShane McMahonTazmaniac


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Shingo was an eight year-old reader of the original Marvel Generation One comic in the 1980s.

In a letter to the editors in The Bridge to Nowhere!, John Kamatani, a 23 year-old reader, mentioned that his eight year-old cousin, Shingo, thought Transformers was cool. The letters column ran with this, eventually wondering why Shingo himself didn't write in. No letter was immediately forthcoming, and Shingo became a running joke among the comic's readers and editors. Fans would occasionally sign letters with names such as "Shingo XVII", or end letters with statements like "By the way, I spoke with Shingo a while back and he says Transformers are cool." In Issue #41, the editors went so far as to hold a contest called Spot the Shingo, in which the object was to find Shingo's name hidden in the artwork of various panels.

Shingo eventually did write in a year or so later, but was sharply critical of the story direction the book had taken by that point. In particular he noted the harsh contrast between the often higher-quality UK stories as compared to the US stories -- at a time when most readers would likely not have even known of the existence of the UK book.

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