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Devil Masami

Devil Masami

Wrestling Names: Devil Masami, Madama Devil, Shizuka Minami, Super Heel Devil, Devil - Sama.

Real Name: Masami Yoshida

D.O.B: January 7,1962
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 70kg
Debut: August 21 1978
Finishing Move: Fire Valley - Vertical Suplex Piledriver

Promotions: AJW (1978-1987), Free (1987-1992), JWP (1992-2001), GAEA (2001- 2005) Freelance (2005 - 2009)

Wrestling Titles:

All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling:
AJW Championship 1 time
WWWA World Heavyweight Championship
WWWA World Tag Team Championship 1 time - with Tarantula

GAEA Japan:
AAAW Singles Championship 1 time
AAAW Tag Team Championship 1 time - with Aja Kong

Japanese Women Pro-Wrestling Project JWP:
Open Weight Singles Champion (1 time)
JWP Tag Team Champion (3 time) - with Dynamite Kansai (1), Hikari Fukuoka (1), Cutie Suzuki (1)

World Championship Wrestling WCW:
Women's Championship 1 time

Devil Masami

Masami retired from wrestling on December 30, 2008 after thirty years in the wrestling business. In her retirement match she teamed up with Dynamite Kansai and Carlos Amano, loosing to Aja Kong, Toshie Uematsu, and Ran Yu-Yu when Uematsu pinned Masami with a Dragon Suplex.

Devil Masami


Starting her wrestling career in 1978 Devil Masami was one of AJW's biggest stars of the 1980's by winning the vacant AJW Singles title in May 1981 by beating Lioness Asuka. Reaching the mandatory retirement of AJW Devil returned in the 90's to be a top star for JWP where she was also a trainer.

Devil was one of JWP's top stars being a good during the 90's her size advantage over smaller stars like Cutie Suzuki and Mayumi Ozaki made her a power force whilst her tough stature made her a good strong match up against Dynamite Kanzi.

Extremeley popular as a wrestler, Devil Masami was known for her strength, being able to straight arm press other female wrestlers above her head.

Devil was inducted in 1998 to the All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Devil Masami

Under her "Super heel Devil Masami" gimmick Devil became the 2nd champion in the history of GAEA winning the title from Chigusa Nagayo on September 20,1997. She continued working for GAEA and in 2001 became a member of the GAEA roster.

In 2007 Devil had her 30th Anniversary of Wrestling Show. The show was called Marvelous Night Miracle Game and was promoted by fellow 80's wrestling star, Chigusa Nagayo. During the show Devil Masami announced her plan to retire. Masami retired from wrestling on December 30, 2008.

Devil Masami

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