Nobuhiko Takada (Japanese: 髙田延彦, born April 12, 1962) is a Japanese mixed martial arts fighter and professional wrestler. He is best known for helping to popularize shoot-style professional wrestling, as one of the biggest stars of the Universal Wrestling Federation and Union of Wrestling Force International in the '80s and '90s. He has also competed for PRIDE Fighting Championships and New Japan Pro Wrestling. He was the founder of the HUSTLE Wrestling Organization.
Despite his irregular fight record and kayfabe politics, Takada is credited with the existence of PRIDE and the Japanese MMA boom, and is widely considered to be one of the main promotors of mixed martial arts both nationally and internationally.
Read more about Nobuhiko Takada: Early Years: New Japan, UWF, and Newborn UWF, Leader of The UWFI Boom, Return To New Japan, Transition To MMA, Mixed Martial Arts Record, Post MMA Contributions, In Wrestling, Championships and Accomplishments, Video Games
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