Shortly after it was reported Tuesday that the official WWE website had labeled Tensai as an “overhyped disappointment” in their bio on the Raw Superstar, the dismissive phrase was erased.
Acknowledging his slide down WWE cards after a promising start in the spring, the bio originally read, “Over the following months, Tensai quickly went from intimidating behemoth to overhyped disappointment. Despite impressive outings against John Cena and CM Punk, several frustrating losses to underdog Tyson Kidd led to Tensai assaulting his own associate Sakamoto on the July 30, 2012 edition of Raw. Is this beginning of a new, more focused Tensai? One can only assume that disaster will follow for his opponents until this star from multiple continents fulfills his destiny.”
Tensai is now reflected in a more positive light in his updated bio. It reads, “Over the following months, Tensai had impressive outings against John Cena and CM Punk. However, after several frustrating losses to Tyson Kidd, Tensai assaulted his own associate Sakamoto on the July 30, 2012, edition of Raw.”
“In fall 2012, an even more aggressive side of Tensai surfaced, as he tangled with the likes of Ryback and Sheamus. Is this the beginning of a new, more focused Tensai? One can only assume that disaster will follow for his opponents as this star from multiple continents looks to fulfill his destiny.”
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