NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING

PROFILE

Clark Connors

UNIT

NJPW STRONG 

HEIGHT

173cm 

WEIGHT

92kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

6 Oct 1993 

Clark Connors
HEIGHT
173cm 
WEIGHT
92kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
6 Oct 1993 
PLACE OF BIRTH
WA, USA 
DEBUT
30 Sep 2018 
FINISH HOLD

Trophy Kill, Spear, Pounce

 
TWITTER
@ClarkConnors 

BIOGRAPHY

One of the most promising prospects from the  NJPW LA Dojo, Clark Connors received initial training from Lance Storm in Canada, before making a second start under Katsuyori Shibata in LA. 

After debuting in US events for NJPW, Connors made a mark in undercard tag team matches in Japan, and was a standout during the 2019 Young Lion Cup. He would also find his way into the Super J-Cup in 2019 and 2020, and teamed with TJP in the 2019 Super Jr. Tag League. His biggest achievement to date though, was on NJPW STRONG, as he shot to success in the first ever Lion’s Break Crown tournament. 

Still looking for a signature win, Connors turned heads with a victory over TJP to book his place in New Japan Cup USA 2021. Weeks later, he battled Karl Fredericks in the main event of the LA Dojo Showcase, emerging without the win, but with a superstar aura. On week two of Collision on May 14, Connors officially graduated from the Dojo, and now known as the Wild Rhino, seeks to go on a rampage through the Friday night competition. 

One of the most promising prospects from the  NJPW LA Dojo, Clark Connors received initial training from Lance Storm in Canada, before making a second start under Katsuyori Shibata in LA. 

After debuting in US events for NJPW, Connors made a mark in undercard tag team matches in Japan, and was a standout during the 2019 Young Lion Cup. He would also find his way into the Super J-Cup in 2019 and 2020, and teamed with TJP in the 2019 Super Jr. Tag League. His biggest achievement to date though, was on NJPW STRONG, as he shot to success in the first ever Lion’s Break Crown tournament. 

Still looking for a signature win, Connors turned heads with a victory over TJP to book his place in New Japan Cup USA 2021. Weeks later, he battled Karl Fredericks in the main event of the LA Dojo Showcase, emerging without the win, but with a superstar aura. On week two of Collision on May 14, Connors officially graduated from the Dojo, and now known as the Wild Rhino, seeks to go on a rampage through the Friday night competition. 

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