Toa Henare – Fale Dojo at NJPW Southern Showdown

Before the Fale Dojo was established at its South Auckland location in 2016, its training programme and philosophy designed by Toks ‘Bad Luck’ Fale and is based on the New Japan Pro Dojo was first taught to his student Toa Henare. Henare graduated to the New Japan Dojo where he gained extensive training which eventually Read More …

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Michael Richards – Fale Dojo at NJPW Southern Showdown

Michael Richards is a product of both the Fale Dojo and New Japan Pro Wrestling Dojo systems. Richards is one of four New Zealanders to train at the revered NJPW Dojo following in the paths of Toks ‘Bad Luck’ Fale, Toa Henare and “Switchblade’ Jay White. Since his return back to NZ in 2019, Richards Read More …

Tony Kozina – Fale Dojo at NJPW Southern Showdown

Tony Kozina is a seasoned pro of the wrestling business with more than 20 year’s experience. Having wrestled extensively throughout North America, he has captured many championships on his travels, and some of these accolades include multiple titles with the National Wrestling Alliance. Kozina is also an experienced fighter who is well versed in kickboxing Read More …

Mark Tui – Fale Dojo at NJPW Southern Showdown

Mark Tui is the General Manager/Coach of Fale Dojo, he is also an experienced pro wrestler and amateur boxer which he applies into the Dojo’s training curriculum. Tui is an integral part of Fale Dojo as is his wife Paulina. Since its inception in 2016 Tui has helped Toks ‘Bad Luck’ Fale to steer the Read More …

Fale Dojo at NJPW Southern Showdown

Fale Dojo is pleased to announce that a contingent from the Dojo will be competing at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s second Australian tour ‘Southern Showdown’ on June 29 and 30 in Melbourne and Sydney. The group led by Dojo founder and New Japan star Toks ‘Bad Luck’ Fale will include nine members consisting of coaches, Read More …

Fale Dojo Scholarship – Giving Back to the Islands and Creating Opportunities

Fale Dojo is proud to announce the first Fale Dojo Scholarship for the Pacific islands. This initiative will give student athletes in the Pacific islands the opportunity to train for the world of professional wrestling at the Fale Dojo training school in South Auckland, New Zealand. Toks Fale, the founder and Head Trainer of Fale Read More …

Fale Dojo interview with “Switchblade” Jay White

It wasn’t too long ago when “Switchblade” Jay White was regarded as a ‘foreigner’. In one context, White is a foreigner (gaijin) to the New Japan Pro Wrestling landscape, and in a different context a foreigner to the western mainstream. Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, a country which was once a thriving NWA territory in Read More …

Fale Dojo Young Lions Tome and Stevie Filip join NJPW Dojo

Fale Dojo is very pleased to announce that two more graduates are heading to the New Japan Pro Wrestling Dojo in Tokyo. Brothers, Tome and Stevie Filip from the 2019 February intake are set to be part of New Japan’s revered training system beginning in September. Toks ‘Bad Luck’ Fale, founder and Head Trainer of Read More …

Fale Dojo Young Lions Liam Fury and Patrick Schischka join NJPW Dojo

Fale Dojo is proud to announce that Liam Fury and Patrick Schischka from the 2019 February intake have been accepted into the New Japan Pro Wrestling Dojo in Tokyo where they will receive further training. Fury and Schischka recently completed the three-month pro wrestling training course at Fale Dojo where they overcame the intense daily Read More …

Fale Dojo interview with “Sniper of the Skies” Robbie Eagles

Dedication, Respect, Sacrifice, Integrity, Hard Work and Fighting Warrior Spirit! These attributes are what the Fale Dojo trainers look for in a person that attends and takes part in a tryout. Robbie Eagles epitomised each of these qualities when he attended his first New Japan Pro Wrestling tryout in Melbourne, Australia, 2017. Nicknamed “Sniper of Read More …