Matt Bloom Returns To WWE As Lord Tensai On Raw



Matt Bloom returned to WWE on this week’s Raw Supershow as Lord Tensai. He was accompanied to the ring by Sakamoto. Michael Cole acknowledged Tensai as a former WWE star that went to Japan and found success and has returned.

 

Sakamoto, who has been training in Florida Championship Wrestling, was signed to a WWE developmental contract late last year. He is a student of former WWE star Taka Michinoku.

 

In his debut, Tensai squashed Alex Riley.

 

Tensai’s former WWE gimmicks included A-Train and Albert. He worked in New Japan Pro Wrestling as Giant Bernard, having success in tag teams with Tyson Tomko and later with Karl Anderson.



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