Akira Tozawa.

WWE's Akira Tozawa shows off his incredible body transformation

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WWE's 205 Live may not be everybody's favourite, or a fair representation of what a Cruiserweight Division should be, but it's hard to deny the talent that the majority of the superstars in the division have since it began over a year ago.

The hard work and dedication the superstars in the division put into their matches and craft each and every week sometimes goes unnoticed, but many fans are hopeful they'll soon get their chance in the spotlight, as they have in recent weeks in the main event of Monday Night RAW.

Akira Tozawa is one of those superstars that has been working hard, as he has earned a Cruiserweight Championship reign, as well as a match on the main card of SummerSlam against Neville in the last year he has been with the WWE.

Recently on his Instagram account, the former Cruiserweight Champion showed off how much of a transformation he has made on his journey to the WWE by posting a photo of himself from the earlier stages of his career alongside what he looks like today.

It is believed that the photo is from his time with Dragon Gate where the weight gain had caused him to receive a boost in popularity, despite him looking the way which he did.

As you can see in the Instagram post below, the body transformation between the two photos is incredible and hard to believe.

Tozawa isn't the only WWE superstar to have shown off their physical transformation recently, as the Big Show lost a lot of weight over the past year to completely change the way he looks as well.

This isn’t the first time Tozawa has shared images of his progress as in the past, he's uploaded snaps of both his larger days in Dragon Gate, as well as pictures of his skinnier days.

The fact that he's shown to be committed to doing whatever it takes to improve himself can only mean good things for himself while he is in the WWE, as the company usually recognizes this and rewards this kind of self-improvement with storyline pushes.



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