“Respectfully, aside from Lashley and El Patron, I am the most decorated wrestler in IMPACT Wrestling. I am the eternal Conqueror.” –Low-Ki
Not only is Low-Ki one of the most dangerous men on the IMPACT roster, he is one of the most accomplished wrestlers in the business. Reigning as a current 5-time X Division Champion, Low-Ki knows exactly what it takes to win a Title. Aside from his work in IMPACT Wrestling, Low-Ki has won numerous Championships and tournaments all over the world.
In 2002, Low-Ki debuted alongside several well-known names, one being A.J. Styles. It wasn’t long after Low-Ki’s debut in June of 2002 that he won the X Division Championship for his first time in August. After honing his craft all over the world, spending significant time in Japan, Low-Ki wrestled in IMPACT Wrestling for a short period of time under the name Senshi, which means “warrior” in Japanese. Throughout the years, we watched his name evolve back to Low-Ki, a name that speaks volumes in the professional wrestling industry. Low-Ki has solidified his legacy in professional wrestling as one of the most skilled, sharpest, most technically sound athletes to ever step into the ring.
When Low-Ki returned to IMPACT Wrestling 3 weeks ago, it was obvious that he was still as dangerous as ever. Not only did he become a 5-time X Division Champion on his first night back in the IMPACT Zone, he also made a statement when he put the returning Sonjay Dutt on the shelf after landing a knee to the eye of Dutt. Whether what happened to Sonjay was intentional or simply an occupational hazard that comes along with a multi-man X Division match, the roster has been put on notice; Low-Ki will dominate IMPACT Wrestling by any means necessary.
It’s apparent that Low-Ki is capable of victory in high-risk situations, but will he be able to retain his Title in an Ultimate X match this Thursday night? In this match we’ll see Low-Ki going head to head with Trevor Lee, the former X Division Champion and Andrew Everett, a threatening X Division competitor in his own right.
Who will walk away as champion? Tune in this week to find out!
A broadcast journalism graduate from The University of Mississippi, McKenzie utilizes her professional skills through writing and on air hosting. She is currently the female backstage interviewer for IMPACT Wrestling.