Source: Strait Times
New Japan Pro Wrestling star Kazuchika Okada recently spoke with the Strait Times recently. During the Interview, he talked about the 'Rainmaker' name, why he donates money every time he wins a match, his wish for the New Japan Pro Wrestling wrestlers. Below are some highlights.
"I heard of the word 'rainmaker'. It means one particular star who could make a company or project rich and successful. Someone that makes it rain with money. I thought it was a really good concept so I took over that idea to become the rainmaker."
Why he donates money every time he wins:
"My uncle suffered from cancer so I decided to start this fund to give back to society,"
His wish for New Japan Pro Wrestling stars:
"I hope these wrestlers become more famous so that they can spread the word about NJPW."
Okada also talked about wanting to sell out the Tokyo Dome when NJPW holds The Wrestle Kingdom next year. You can read the full interview here.
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