- Famous Name Emi Sakura
- Country Japan JP
- Birth Name Emi Motokawa
- Birth Place Kimitsu, Chiba
- Famous Name Emi Sakura
- Net Worth $1 million
- Nationality Japanese
- Ethnicity South Asian
- Profession Wrestler
Emi Motokawa a.k.a. by the ring name Emi Sakura is a Japanese professional wrestler signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). She is the recipient of 5X Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, 2X AWF World Women's Championship, 4X IWA Triple Crown Championship, NEO Single Championship, Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship among others.
Kimitsu, Chiba native, Emi Sakura was born on 4th October 1976, under the star sign Libra. The forty-four years old holds a Japanese nationality.
How Much Is Emi Sakura's Net Worth In 2021?
Twenty-six years into wrestling has earned Emi Sakura eneromous fame as well tremendous sum of money. Though, her financial details (salary) from wrestling is yet to discosle, her net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be $1 million.
According to the source, professional wrestlers’ salaries may vary depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. Professional wrestler earns almost $500,000 per annum. But some makes $1,000,000+. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers get about $100+ per match.
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Is Emi Sakura Married?
When it comes to personal life, Emi Sakura is very confidential person. She has opened less to no information about her relationship or boyfriend. Though she is in media here and there, she has successfully kept her personal side far from the public eyes. Since there is no confirmation, she is believed to be single.
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Sakura started her career in the International Wrestling Association of Japan in August 1995. She worked for various promotions across Japan, winning numerous titles, prior to founding her own promotion, Ice Ribbon, in early 2006.
Sakura wrestled for the promotion as well as solely responsible for training wrestlers for the promotion. There she won two-time ICE×60 Champion and a five-time International Ribbon Tag Team Champion.
During 2009, Sakura held the ICE×60, International Ribbon Tag Team Championships, the Daily Sports Women's, JWP Tag Team Championships and the NEO Single and NWA Women's Pacific Championships. This led her being named by the Tokyo Sports magazine naming her the 2009 Joshi wrestler of the year.
In January 2012, following six years with Ice Ribbon, Sakura left the promotion for "personal reasons", The next month, she formed the Gatoh Move Pro Wrestling promotion in Bangkok, Thailand.
During 2012, Sakura was regular for JWP Joshi Puroresu. Also, she won the JWP Openweight Championship in October that year.
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