Meet the Trainers

A beautiful photo of head trainer Cheeseburger. He is looking fine in a fur and leather coat. Faux fur of course.

Head Trainer: Cheeseburger

Cheeseburger joined the Ring of Honor Dojo at 17 years of age, training under Delirious and Daizee Haze. Through hard work and passion his 10 year wrestling career has taken him to great heights around the world including: performing at Madison Square Garden with Ring of Honor for 18,000 people and at the Tokyo Dome with New Japan Pro Wrestling for a record crowd of 35,000+. After spending 5 years as an assistant trainer at the ROH Dojo, Cheeseburger founded the Worldwide Wrestling Dojo in 2018 to pass his knowledge to the next generation.

Coach Cheeseburger has worked with Ring of Honor for the past 10 years learning the ins and outs of performing on and producing television/PPV wrestling. His classes focus on the best ways to maximize footwork, psychology and facial expressions all to better engage the audience. He brings his knowledge of Mexican Lucha Libre, traditional American, and British World of Sport styles to make his students the complete package.

The first ever Woman of Honor Champion and head trainer Sumie Sakai poses with the WOH championship belt.

Head Trainer: Sumie Sakai

Sumie Sakai began her wrestling journey in 1997 under the tutelage of the legendary Lioness Asuka and Jagaur Yokota. In her career spanning over 2 decades she has become a multiple time champion in both America and Japan. In addition to her wrestling success Sumie has earned a 3rd degree black belt in Judo along with a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Daniel Gracie.

Coach Sumie brings a unique training style and philosophy straight from the Dojos of Japan. Her training classes focus primarily on the fundamentals she learned in the ring and on the mat. She spotlights skills such as conditioning, realism, and integrating Judo/BJJ into pro wrestling.