Shimako "Sophie" Mayura Kaguya Harrison-Furukawa (born April 26, 1997) is an American-born English–Japanese professional wrestler who is currently signed to the WWE where she is currently appearing on both NXT and Raw, under the ring name Lena and is the current and longest-reigning NXT Women's Champion.
Harrison was born on April 26, 1997 in Wapakoneta, Ohio, United States to WWE superstar James Harrison and his then girlfriend Japan native Mayura Furukawa.
Professional Wrestling Career
Harrison signed to the WWE's development brand NXT in mid-2014 where she began training under the Performance Center. Alongside this she also got extra training from James Harrison and Ana Sanchez, she would make her in-ring debut on July 14, 2015 at a live show in Nashville where she defeated Peyton Royce. She then made her TV debut in March 2016 defeating NXT Women's ChampionDana Brooke. She continued on an unbeaten streak defeating the likes of Billie Kay and Liv Morgan. She then defeating Dana Brooke on the July 13, 2016 episode of NXT to become the number one contender to the NXT Women's Championship. At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II she defeated Asuka to claim the title and become the youngest winner of the title thus ending Asuka near year long undefeated streak in NXT. Lena defeated Asuka in her rematch on the next episode of NXT, she defeated the returning Mickie James at NXT TakeOver: Toronto.
Lena face Nikki Storm, Aliyah, Liv Morgan, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce in a six-pack elimination challenge at NXT TakeOver: San Antonio, she eliminated Royce and Storm as she successfully retain her title. Lena entered the women's royal rumble at the 2017 event entering at number ten she gained a record 7 eliminations including her aunt Ana Sanchez before being the penultimate elimination and eliminated by Sasha Banks. She would again retain her title at NXT TakeOver: Orlando against Ember Moon. Lena would then face Heidi Lovelace, Nikki Storm and Evie in a fatal four-way at NXT TakeOver: Chicago and would once again come out on top.