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September 22, 1992|
|Residence||Quezon City, Philippines|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Robin Sane|
|Billed height||5 ft 5 in (165 cm)|
|Billed weight||135 lb (61 kg)|
|Billed from||Manila, Philippines|
|Trained by||Josh Bauserman|
Professional wrestling career
Sane would make his professional debut as a wrestler for Philippine Wrestling Revolution's inaugural event, Renaissance. He was introduced as part of the heel stable, Royal Flush and later lost against Mayhem Braniggan on the show opener. Shortly after Renaissance, Sane would leave PWR due to creative differences.
Manila Wrestling Federation (2015- present)
After leaving the promotion, Robin Sane would start a new promotion with fellow PWR alumni Mr. Lucha and Mike Shannon, and initially named the promotion Hybrid Wrestling Entertainment. The promotion then evolved into Manila Wrestling Federation and started operations in 2016. Sane would participate in History Channel's History Con 2016, where MWF is a guest act. This would be the company's first exposure to the local wrestling scene, and they went against Singapore Pro Wrestling and Australiasian Wrestling Federation wrestlers.
After months of anticipation, the Manila Wrestling Federation finally held its first stand alone show, MWF Live! at the Makati Square Arena, in Makati City. The main event saw Sane lost to Mr. Lucha in a Manila Rules match, after going to overtime. During this event, he debuted the first ever 450 splash in Philippine pro wrestling history.
Robin Sane would also main event the MWF's second show, Republika; against the "Action Hero" Gigz Stryker. After a grueling 30 minute match, Sane delivered a 450 splash to seal the win.
- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- Sling Blade
- Tornado Chop
- Swanton Bomb
- Tope Con Hilo
- Running Hurricanrana
- Snap suplex followed by a Back Drop
- Swinging neckbreaker
- Rope aided Enzuigiri
- "Jack of All Trades"
- "The Insane Artist"