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Japanese Wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura And Wife Harumi Maekawa's Low-Key Married Life-Details Here!!

News by Azen Published on 11 Dec,2018 Updated on 11 Dec,2018

Shinsuke Nakamura is a charismatic, fan favorite Japanese professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist. The king of strong style Shinsuke Nakamura who has accomplished everything in his home country in Japan is currently in WWE.  Just in few years in WWE, the mesmerizing wrestler has already won the championship matches and the heart million of his fans.     

Taking about Nakamura's personal life it always has been a bit of a secret. Here, we're going to share about his married relationship with his wife Harumi Maekawa which you haven't heard before.

Japanese Wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura's Married Relationship With Wife Harumi Maekawa

Shinsuke Nakamura's wife Harumi Maekawa's only a little information is known to the public. Till Today there haven't been images of Harumi anywhere on the internet. Rather than that, we have some information about the lovely couple though. 

Shinsuke Nakamura and Harumi Maekawa first met at the Aoyama Gakuin University in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. At that time the former was a collegiate wrestler where he was captain of the wrestling team in his college. The pair started dating around the year 1999/2000.  

CAPTION: Aoyama Gakuin University Sagimahara Campus SOURCE: Cat Bird in Kyoto

Now the question arises when did they got married? Well, the answer to that question is that Shinsuke and Harumi got married on 1st September2007.

At that time the former was 27 years old and the latter was 26 years old. Furthermore, they had a very special and huge wedding with the best decoration and food for the most special day. The couple's huge wedding party was arranged in Tokyo having over 400 guests with their family as well as with the superstar from Japanese professional wrestling.

 
 
 
 
 
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Since then the couple is living a blissful yet very secretive life. As matter of fact, Nakamura is very active on social media having a million followers on Instagram but still has not uploaded a single picture of his wife. 

The main reason behind keeping his relationship secretive is that Japanese celebrities tend to be secretive about families and have cultural influences. Moreover, there is also no information about any children of Shinsuke Nakamura.

Harumi moved to the USA with Shinsuke when he signed WWE contract. They lived in Orlando, Florida so that Nakamura could be close to NXT performance center.

When Shinsuke Nakamura was signed to WWE and moved to the US alongside with his partner, another WWE superstar Triple H had offered to arrange a job for her. This information is from the translated interview of Shinsuke. 

“He (Triple H) also said to me that if you have any ideas at all, just tell me. He even said he could arrange a job for my wife. If I asked him, ‘Do you think I can have time off to surf’ do you think I’d be pushing it? Haha’”

It is not sure whether Maekawa was arranged for a job or not in WWE. As of now, the delightful couple is living happily in the united states.   

Shinsuke Nakamura's Past Affairs

Regarding Shinsuke Nakamura's past affairs, there haven't been any information or rumors. Although being active on social media he has not shared any information or pictures regarding his personal love life.  

Maybe Shinsuke Nakamura had affairs during his past time but has not revealed about it yet. 

Shinsuke Nakamura: Quick Facts

  1. In 2003 Shinsuke Nakamura was the youngest IWGP heavyweight champion owned by New Japan Pro Wrestling.
  2. Shinsuke used to live and train with WWE wrestler Daniel Bryan in the early 2000s.
  3. He has been featured in the Japanese version of 'Happy' song of Pharrell Williams.
  4. Although Shinsuke made debut in WWE in 2016 he almost came to WWE in 2006.
  5. Back in 2008, Shinsuke had wrestled the world famous wrestler and Hall of Famer of WWE Kurt Angle for the unification of IWGP heavyweight championship owned by New Japan Pro Wrestling.  

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