Koike Eiko


Introduction

Koike Eiko is another model from the Yellow Cab agency, same as Sato Eriko and formerly Megumi. She is mostly known for being well-endowed.

She has a bit of an odd character compared to a lot of the other flighty Japanese glamor models, in that she enjoys pro wrestling, and mixed martial arts (Pride and Ultimate fighting) and when she was young her family’s business was first a pachinko parlor and later a game center (arcade).

Outside of Japan, her best-known work is the film 2LDK. She has worked as a ringside commentator and spokesperson for Japan’s PRIDE Fighting Championships from 2000 to 2006.

Excerpt from Wikipedia:

Eiko Koike (小池栄子, Koike Eiko?, born November 20, 1980 in Tokyo) is a Japanese idol. Outside of Japan, her best-known work is the film 2LDK. She has worked as a ringside commentator and spokesperson for Japan’s PRIDE Fighting Championships from 2000 to 2006.

Recently, she has been making appearances for the comedic HUSTLE wrestling promotion supporting her husband, Wataru Sakata, and the New Generation HUSTLE Army as Yosei (妖精?) which means “Fairy” in Japanese. She helped her husband gain an upset victory against the seemingly unstoppable wrestling cyborg, The Esperanza when she deflected one of his “spirit gun” bolts back at him. At the 2009 Yokohama Film Festival, Koike was given the Best Actress award for her performance in the film Seppun.

* Eiko is left-handed.
* Eiko has been married to professional wrestler/mixed martial arts fighter Wataru Sakata since 29 August 2007.
* Eiko is a Scorpio.
* In her job at the PRIDE Fighting Championships broadcast booth, Koike famously teared up and began to cry when champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira lost his title to Fedor Emelianenko.

Profile (Click names to search Google Images)

  • Romaji Name: Koike Eiko
  • Japanese Name: 小池栄子
  • Aliases: none
  • Birthdate: November 20, 1980
  • Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
  • Bloodtype: AB
  • Height: 166 cm
  • Weight: 60 kg
  • Measurements: 91-59-87(cm)/36-23-34(inch)

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