Name: Eagle Sawai Real Name: Tomoko Sawai
Date of Birth: 12/16/1967 Place of Birth: Tokyo, Shinjuku Ku, Japan
Height: 170cm Weight: 120kg
Pro Wrestling Debut: Sept 5th, 1986 against Yuki Ito for JWP.
Promotions wrestled for: JWP 1986 - 1992, LLPW 1992 to 2007 as a wrestler. LPWA (USA) 1992.
Retirement: Eagle Sawai announced her retirement on March 23rd 2007. She set May 20th, 2007 after 20yrs of wrestling. LLPW veteran Eagle Sawai announced she was preparing for married life after recently celebrated her 20 year anniversary in joshi on the Feb. 12 Sumo Hall LLPW show and that she felt it was a good way to end her career.
LLPW "EAGLE SAWAI RETIREMENT", 5/20/07 (J-Sports)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,316 Fans - No Vacancy
1. Ayako Sato beat Mai Ichii (11:54) with a boston crab.
2. Obacchi Iizuka beat (8:27) with a somersault drop.
3. Eiger & Sayuri Okino beat Francoise* & Kayoko Haruyama (12:24) when Okino used a lariat on Francoise*.
4. Takako Inoue & Yumiko Hotta beat Shinobu Kandori & Noriyo Tateno (15:32) when Hotta used a chain attack on Tateno.
5. Eagle Sawai Retirement Commemoration: Harley Saito & Dynamite Kansai beat Eagle Sawai & Mayumi Ozaki (13:10) when Kansai used the Diving Foot stomp on Eagle. Eagle said that although she would have wanted her reason for retirement to be marriage that she was retiring for wrestling and going straight into marriage training.
Alliances: Black Joker group with Rumi Kazama
Wrestling Style: Known for her powerful style as one of the bigger Japanese female wrestlers.
Wrestling Moves: Folding Power Bomb, Running Body Attack.
Wrestling titles: Japan: JWP Pacific Coast Tag Team Title-(2); Japan: JWP UWA International Title; Japan: LLPW Singles Title-(4); Japan: LLPW 6-Woman Tag Team Title-(4); World 6-Woman Tag Team Title; Japan: LLPW Tag Team Title;
Information: Commencing her career in JWP in 1986 Eagle secured the JWP Pacific Coast Tag Team Title twice as well as the JWP UWA International Title. Eagle was a monster in the 1991 movie 'Battle Girl: Tokyo Crisis Wars - a.k.a Living Dean in Tokyo Bay' that starred fellow JWP wrestler Cutey Suzuki.
In 1992 Eagle wrestled on the American PPV for LPWA Superladies Showdown. When LLPW formed Eagle wrestled Michiko Nagashima on their debut show. Eagl Sawai continued through the 90's and up to 2007 as on of LLPW's top draws. In 2007 she celebrated 20 years of wrestling on the Feb. 12th, 20007 Sumo Hall LLPW show along with fellow LLPW wrestlers Harley Saito and Shinobu Kandori.