So the wrestling scene in Japan is one of the biggest in the world. Right up there with Mexico. Everyone knows that. And the WWE, in recent years, has become quite the international company. We have Mexican wrestlers, South African wrestlers, Swiss, Canadian, British, etc... But why aren't Asian wrestlers ever properly used in the WWE? Why hasn't the WWE ever had a "good" Asian wrestler? It's something I've wondered for a long time. Usually, WWE gets someone who isn't that impressive or, if they do have potential, they waste it and the wrestler is poorly developed. I think back to the Kaientai / Taka Michinoku days. People remember Taka very well, but he rarely ever wrestled from what I remember, and the only story line I can remember those guys a part of was when they tried to cut off Val Venis' dick. lol. Then there's Tajiri. Now here was a guy with potential. He was actually doing things nobody else was doing. He was a great performer and his martial arts were believable. What does the WWE do? Make him a "little Asian servant" to William Regal. Waste. And the comedic aspect of that hurt the legitimacy of him as a wrestler. Now, we have Yoshi Tatsu. I heard JBL refer to him as the very bottom of the roster, down there with Hornswoggle. WTF? The man is good. He just needs a decent push. With the facepaint and mask, the gimmick actually worked. I thought he could finally be a legit Japanese wrestler. Yet we see him once in a blue moon. I get that the English is an obvious issue. But as big a company as WWE is, how could they not find an Asian wrestler who's both good and fluent in English? What do you guys think? Shouldn't the Asian wrestling scene be better represented in the WWE? What would it take for Yoshi Tatsu to get over?