The Hero Yoshihiko - Netflix

The story is set in an ancient time, when the whole country was covered in thick forests. A mysterious plague breaks out, resulting in countless deaths. A pure young man named Yoshihiko becomes chosen as a hero, and he sets out on a journey in order to save a village. He has two goals – to bring back the legendary plant that can cure the plague, and to rescue his father Teruhiko who left to find the plant but never returned.

The Hero Yoshihiko - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-07-08

The Hero Yoshihiko - Chris Hero - Netflix

Chris Spradlin (born December 24, 1979) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Chris Hero. He is currently signed to WWE, in its developmental territory NXT under the ring name Kassius Ohno. Spradlin, as Chris Hero, has been a mainstay of many independent wrestling promotions, including the American Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and Ring of Honor groups as well as Pro Wrestling Noah in Japan. He is also known from his time in the Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South, Combat Zone Wrestling and Chikara, where he was the co-head trainer of the Chikara Wrestle Factory. Hero has held the CZW World Heavyweight Championship, the PWG World Championship, and the wXw World Heavyweight Championship once each. All together in his career, he has held 37 championships from around the world.

The Hero Yoshihiko - Return to WWE (2016–present) - Netflix

In December 2016, it was reported that Spradlin was heading back to WWE. Spradlin, once again billed as Kassius Ohno, made his return at the January 5, 2017 NXT tapings, confronting then NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura at the end of the live show. The following day, Ohno defeated Andrade “Cien” Almas at a NXT house show in his return match. Ohno returned to NXT television on February 22, 2017, saving No Way Jose and confronting Bobby Roode. On the March 15 episode of NXT, Ohno faced Roode for the NXT Championship in a losing effort. On the March 29 episode of NXT, Ohno defeated Elias Samson in a Loser Leaves NXT match. Ohno made his NXT TakeOver debut at NXT TakeOver: Orlando in an eight-person tag team match, teaming with Tye Dillinger, Roderick Strong, and Ruby Riot against SAnitY, replacing an injured No Way Jose, being on the losing side of the team. Ohno entered a program with Hideo Itami. After Itami's loss at NXT TakeOver: Chicago, he began causing a scene in the locker room. Ohno tried to calm down Itami. Concerned with Itami's actions, Ohno saved Oney Lorcan from a post-match attack by Itami on the June 7 edition of NXT. After weeks of trying to help Itami, tensions became too high and Ohno and Itami faced off on the July 26 episode of NXT; Ohno won after Itami got himself disqualified. The two concluded their feud on the September 6 episode of NXT, when Ohno defeated Itami in a No Disqualification match. On the November 8 episode of NXT, Ohno asked general manager William Regal for a match with the undefeated Lars Sullivan. At NXT TakeOver: WarGames, Ohno was defeated by Sullivan at the event.On the January 24 episode of NXT Ohno had a backstage encounter with Velveteen Dream that ended with Ohno shoving Dream to the ground. This led to a match against Dream at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia where Ohno lost.

The Hero Yoshihiko - References - Netflix