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Malia Hosaka

Real Name:
Malia Hosaka
Wrestling Names:
Malia Hosaka
135 lbs
Date of Birth:
October 7, 1969
Honolulu, Hawaii
Trained by:
Killer Kowalski
Signature moves:
Monkey flip, Roundhouse kic, spin kick, Figure four leglock,
Finishing moves:
Frankensteiner, Hurricanrana pin

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Malia Hosaka - Biography

  • Malia Hosaka: Championships & Accomplishments

    - NWA Woman's World title
    - UCW (Virginia) Women's title
    - World League Wrestling Women's Title
    - IWA (Louisiana) Women's title
    - WWOW/LMLW (Florida) Junior title
    - New Dimension Wrestling Women's Championship
    - PWI (Pro Wrestling Illustrated) Female Top 50 - #35 in 2008

Malia Malia began wrestling after her father dared her to train--a sport in which she originally had no interest in, ended up being her claim to fame. Malia trained with the great Walter "Killer" Kowalski and today is a recognizable figure in the history of Women's Wrestling.

Malia wrestled her first match in Holyoake, Mass. on Aug. 7, 1987 with Misty Blue vs. Linda Dallas & Maddog Debbie and delved right into working matches with top females of the time. Early in her career, she had the opportunity to wrestle for all-female promotion Ladies Professional Wrestling Association (LPWA). She was featured on LPWA's Super Ladies Showdown Pay Per View where she and Bambi (Selina Majors) took on former WWF Women's Tag-Team Champions Leilani Kai and Judy Martin for the LPWA Tag Team Championship.

After LPWA folded, she continued wrestling on the Independent circuit, and a year later she found herself in ECW. On ECW's NWA Bloodfest show on October 1, 1993 she defeated Molly McShane. On the 1993 ECW November to Remember Pay Per View where she defeated Sherri Martel by disqualification.

In 1996 Malia defeated Debbie Combs for the NWA Ladies World title and worked for WCW in 1996 into 1997. On WCW television, she wrestled Madusa Mecelli, Zero, Lelani Kai and Akiro Hokuto. In 1999 she was signed to a WWF developmental contract. She portrayed one of the godfather's ho's and on June 28, 1999's RAW she played a fan who was attacked by WWF Women's Champion Ivory and Nicole Bass. She never had the opportunity to have a full-time role in the WWF and was let go from the contract.

Malia went on to defeat Brandi Alexander for the WLW Ladies Championship and continue to build her legacy on the independent circuit. Competitors included Trinity, Brandi Wine, Gail Kim, Lollipop, Amy Young, Josie and more. In 2006, she wrestled for Shimmer Women Athletes Volume #3 and became a mainstay in the promotion. In Volume 4, herself and Lexie Fyfe beat Cindy Rogers & Lorelei Lee, beginning the pairing of a top Shimmer Tag-Team. They called themselves "The Experience," and picked of numerous victories.

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