||May 5, 1961
||Koyabe, Toyama, Japan
|Height & Weight:
||6'1" - 233lbs
||The Hart Family
||December 27, 1987 vs Miguel Perez Jr
||Northern lights suplex
Uranage (Golden Arm Bomber)
Jushin 'Thunder' Liger
- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title (2):
- Kuniaki Kobayashi (12/27/87) / Owen Hart (5/27/88)
- Shiro Koshinaka (3/16/89) / Jushin Thunder Liger (5/25/89)
- IWGP Tag Team Title (4):
- (w/ Kensuke Sasaki) Keiji Muto & Masahiro Chono (11/1/90) / Super Strong Machine & Hiro Saito (12/26/90)
- (w/ Kensuke Sasaki) Super Strong Machine & Hiro Saito (3/6/91) / Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner (3/21/91)
- (w/ Keiji Muto) Rick Steiner & Scott Norton (11/5/91) / Big Van Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow (3/1/92)
- w/ Keiji Muto) Hawk Warrior & Power Warrior (11/24/94) / Vacated (5/11/95)
- WCW International Heavyweight Title (1):
- Rick Rude (3/16/94) / Rick Rude (3/24/94)
In The Beginning:
1984: Hiroshi Hase represented Japan at the Los Angeles Olympic Games at Greco-Roman wrestling placing 9th..
Hiroshi Hase began his pro career wrestling in Calgary, teaming with Fumihiro Niikura under masks as the Viet Cong Express..
New Japan Pro Wrestling:
December 1987: Hiroshi Hase debuts in Japan defeating Kuniaki Kobayashi for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight title..
Hiroshi Hase was assistant booker to Riki Chosyu in New Japan Pro Wrestling for a while..
July 1995: Hiroshi Hase became a member of the government, being elected into the Upper House..
January 4, 1996: Hiroshi Hase defeated by Kensuki Sasaki in Hase's 'retirement' match..
All Japan Pro Wrestling:
Hiroshi Hase shocked the wrestling world when he returned to wrestling, but with All Japan Pro Wrestling!
August 26, 1997: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Kenta Kobashi..
May 1, 1998: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Jun Akiyama..
May 9, 1999: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Toshiaki Kawada..
August 30, 1999: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Vader..
September 4, 1999: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Akira Taue..
January 9, 2000: Hiroshi Hase was defeated by Mitsuharu Misawa...
June, 2000: Hiroshi Hase was re-elected..
New Japan Pro Wrestling:
March 7, 2001: Hiroshi Hase returned to New Japan Pro Wrestling..
Hiroshi Hase joined former tag team partner, Keiji Muto, in his Bad Ass Translate Trading faction..
June 6, 2001 - New Japan's PPV: Hiroshi Hase wrestled a 40 minute exhibition mat wrestling against Keiji Muto..
October 8, 2001 - Tokyo Dome: Yuji Nagata & Jun Akiyama defeated Hiroshi Hase & Keiji Muto defeated..
Hiroshi Hase is a member of the Japanese diet, their version of the Senate, & still wrestles on occasion..
Hiroshi Hase is known as one of the least selfish wrestlers in history of the industry..
October 27, 2002 - AJPW PPV: Satoshi Kojima defeated Hiroshi Hase with a lariat..