WWE's Asuka To Start YouTube Gaming Channel?

Is everyone ready for it?

Over the past day or so, former SmackDown Women's champion Asuka has posted photos to her Twitter account, which indicate the launch of her own upcoming video game-related YouTube channel.

Titled "Kana Chan TV", Asuka has shared photos of the development of the channel's header banner, as well as a shot of her studio.

An avid gamer like many other wrestlers in this day and age (having also appeared on UpUpDownDown), Asuka's involvement with the medium goes even farther. She's designed graphics for games on the Nintendo DS and mobile game providers, and has even written for XBox Magazine.

By her own admission, Asuka owns over three thousand video games, as well as two dozen different platforms, spanning several different generations. She considers the Call of Duty series, as well as Red Dead Redemption, among her favorite titles.

For a time in her wrestling career when she performed under the name Kana, Asuka even wrestled with an XBox 360 logo on her tights, because Microsoft actually sponsored her.

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