"Drink in" Chris Jericho's first-ever United States Championship victory with this slow-motion footage captured during the Jan. 9, 2017 edition of Monday Night Raw.01/10/2017 - 15:00
Experience The Phenom's entrance like never before with this chilling slow-motion footage captured during the Jan. 9, 2017 edition of Raw.01/10/2017 - 15:00
With Royal Rumble emanating from his hometown, the star of "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" ponders whether he'll make an unexpected appearance.01/10/2017 - 00:15
With Enzo Amore and the star of WWE Studios' "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone," Shawn Michaels, in his corner, Big Cass takes on Rusev's new ally one-on-one.01/09/2017 - 22:00
"The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" star Shawn Michaels has an unpleasant encounter with Rusev, Jinder Mahal and Lana, but fortunately Enzo Amore & Big Cass hit the scene to even the odds.01/09/2017 - 22:00
Who is Lord Tensai?
He calls himself Lord Tensai, but it turns out the mysterious Superstar who stormed onto Raw SuperShow and defeated Alex Riley this past Monday has a storied history in sports-entertainment, including WWE. When he arrived on Raw, Tensai did not speak and dressed in traditional Japanese garb, which would suggest he is something of an expat.
This, it turns out, is exactly the case. The hulking warrior is in fact the WWE Superstar formerly known as A-Train, who competed in WWE for several years before embarking on a journey of self-discovery in Japan. Once he'd crossed the Pacific Ocean, he immersed himself in the Land of the Rising Sun, embracing a new culture, training regiment, and philosophy that seemingly caused him to forsake the customs of his native United States.
As a final step to his transformation, he took the name "Tensai," which means "disaster." Based on what he did to Alex Riley, he seems to have chosen appropriately.