WWE Women's Champion; Raw Women's Champion; SmackDown Women's Champion; WWE Women's Tag Team Champion; 2020 Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner; First-ever Women's Royal Rumble Match winner; WWE Women's Tag Team Champion, Mixed Match Challenge Season 1 winner; NXT Women's Champion; 2016 NXT Female Competitor of the Year
Nobody is ready for Asuka. And The Empress proved that by not being pinned or submitted from her debut in NXT in October 2015 until WrestleMania 34 in April 2018.
Marching to the ring in a traditional noh mask and kaleidoscopic battle gear and looking every bit the victor before the opening bell even rings, Asuka has used her perfect technique and wicked intentions to take down everybody from Becky Lynch to Bayley to Sasha Banks. All the while, the fierce Japanese Superstar has worn an intimidating smile on her face, seemingly finding joy in stretching out her overmatched opponents.
She has racked up a resumé like no other during her time in WWE as a Grand Slam Champion, holding the NXT, Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships in addition to the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship with Kairi Sane, Charlotte Flair and Alexa Bliss. Not to mention, she was the winner of the first-ever Women’s Royal Rumble Match.
At WWE Elimination Chamber 2023, Asuka made history by becoming the first woman to win the Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank and Elimination Chamber Matches. She didn't wait very long to follow up on that milestone as she went on to end the epic run of Bianca Belair to once again lay claim to the Raw Women's Title at WWE Night of Champions. On the June 9 edition of SmackDown, Asuka exchanged her Raw Women's Title for the new WWE Women's Championship.
The Empress remains as dangerous as ever between the ropes, and to this day, few can ever claim to have truly been ready for Asuka.