Ho Ho Lun. Hoho Lun. Hoholun. In traditional Chinese, it’s 何顥麟, and in simplified, it’s 何颢麟. Mandarin Chinese would pronounce it He Hao Lin.
However you arrange the name, he’s one of Hong Kong’s most experienced wrestlers. He’s a world traveller and one of wrestling’s best-kept secrets. But he’s about to be shown to the fresh eyes of WWE fans as part of the Global Cruiserweight Series. Is he any good? Until now, I’ve really only seen him in Middle Kingdom Wrestling, and they haven’t been around long enough to give him a lot of matches. So I thought I’d look up some of his other work and see how he compares to his GCS counterparts like Akira Tozawa, Noam Dar, and Rich Swann.