Funaki starts his career as a Japanese wrestler, his wrestling style is shoot style, and he fights in Yoshiaki Fujjwara’s Pro Wrestling and later moves to its successor, Battlarts.
Later he found another fighting style, and that style is Lucha libre style which is more to his liking, and he moved to Michinoku Pro Wrestling with this new style.
He joined with Taka Michinoku, Dick Togo, and some other famous Japanese wrestlers of that time and raised his limelight of popularity among them.
But his career changed direction when he signed for World Wrestling Federation/ Entertainment from 1998 to 2001.
In March 1998, He debut in WWE with Teioh and Togo, In this Contract, he does not get more success, then he again signed for WWE from 2001 to 2003.
In this new Contract, He became SmackDown’s No.1 Announcer, and he became one of the big names in SmackDown after the Survivor Series match.
After that, he again got a good Contract, which is 2004-2005, and in this Contract, he became Cruiserweight Champion and got a good response from his fans.
He currently takes retirement from Wrestling and works as a commentator for WWE in the Japanese language.
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Some Unknown Facts About Funaki WWE
Funaki WWE is a big name, and he starts his career as a small wrestler in Japan; later, he signed for WWE and won Cruiserweight and Hardcore Champion, which change his career.
He works for many wrestling companies, but WWE is one of the big names in all.
Funaki opened his training facility in San Antonio, Texas, in June 2012 with the name of Funaki Dojo.
He is one of the best commentators who can steal the heart of his fan from his commentary.