TOKYO, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 26: Student wrestlers fight in the ring during the Student Pro-Wrestling Summit on February 26, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. Members of college pro-wrestling clubs from all across Japan gathered to compete in their final graduation fight night held at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. Japanese universities do not offer professional wrestling as a sport, forcing interested students from all across japan to form college pro-wrestling clubs. The students are self-taught and rely heavily on YouTube videos to learn moves and techniques. Pro-wrestling became popular in Japan in the 1970's as American pro-wrestling peaked. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
A pro wrestler in Japan was arrested on Sunday after he got into an argument over a parking space at a grocery store . . . and pinned another guy on the ground.
Reports say that Kenji Abe, who wrestles under the name Macho Abe Ken, allegedly slammed a 47-year-old man to the ground after the man cut in front of the pro wrestler to take a parking space. The wrestler then pinned the man to the ground, holding him down with his armpit. The man suffered some cuts and scrapes. Abe was charged with assault.