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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.05
Jimmy Yang is from Atlanta and speaks fluent English, though.



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Yep, and if I'm not mistaken Sho Funaki is from Texas and also speaks perfect English. This is WWE though, and if you look Japanese, you must have an exaggerated language and not speak the language a lick.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
Funaki happens to be living in Texas, but I'm pretty sure he's originally from Japan. I don't know how "perfect" his English is, though.



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
    Funaki happens to be living in Texas, but I'm pretty sure he's originally from Japan. I don't know how "perfect" his English is, though.


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Kenzo was bad in New Japan. He was worse in World Japan. He was horrible on a TNA PPV. So far he's been bad, and with pretty lackluster opponents to boot.

Akio was good in WCW, and as part of the Flying Elvises, but he seemed to get sloppier in All Japan. so it's probably a good thing he toned it down.

Funaki lives in Texas now. I think he's become a US citizen. He's done enough as part of KDX etc. to where it doesn't matter if he's a comedy guy or a jobber.
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