A Japanese Model for a Pro Wrestling League is Probably Buffer Than You Are

The women of Cheer1 who act as mascot models for Japan’s pro wrestling league Wrestle-1 are healthy, beautiful and ripped. 
The smallest of its members, Reika Saiki, is perhaps the buffest of the group. According to Rocket News 24, Saiki, 23, stands at 4 feet, 11 inches and is referred to as the “little sister” of the squad.
However, based on her recent photo uploads on Twitter and media appearances, Saiki may be stronger than the pro wrestlers she cheers for.
Her rather impressive physique has caught the attention of netizens, who are taking notice of her hard work and dedication to fitness. Saiki has spent the last couple months at the gym and has added more protein to her diet regimen.
She isn’t shy about showing off her guns either. Though her manager had previously taken measures to keep her bodybuilding a secret, Saiki proudly showed off her hard-earned body to the audience on variety program “Ariyoshi Hanseikai” last weekend.
The Saitama native told the crowd cheerfully, “It’s fun to build muscle.”
There’s no question that Saiki embodies the ideals of Cheer1 — “Sporty. Healthy. Beauty. Global.”
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