While his work will live forever in action figure form, it also captured the heart of Sasha.“Probably the most lasting relationship I made because of my work is Sasha Banks,” he said in the documentary.On February 15, 2015, the promotion held , an X Division-themed pay-per-view event.In a singles contest to qualify for the Ultimate X Match held later that night, he lost to DJ Z in under seven minutes.When she joined WWE, he began getting requests from some of the women.“I’ve done Summer Rae‘s gear, and I did Paige‘s purple gear that she debuted in,” he said in this mini-documentary talking about his work.“I just had him do it because now he knows what I want. I just tell him, ‘I want to look the best, the greatest.Just do your thing,’ and he always makes me look amazing.” Prior to joining WWE in 2015 as a costume designer, Sarath Ton racked up an impressive body of work as a high-flying independent wrestler named Kid Mikaze (or Mikaze for short).
Not mentioned is his brief stint in ROH in late 2005 and early 2006, where he was primarily used to put over the promotion’s top talent.
He wrestled Chris Hero, Homicide, The Briscoe Brothers, Ricky Reyes, Necro Butcher and Jimmy Yang, among others.
Late in his career, Mikaze wrestled one time for TNA.
I let her know, like, ‘Hey, I got you.’ It’s been working out ever since, obviously.” Her look is unique from head to toe with money sign medallions, thick decorative chains, cool blinder shades, dark armbands, blue painted nails, purple-red hair, more specially designed jewelry, and lots of “The Boss” — “Boss” T-Shirt (“Legit Boss” in red or black), multi-finger-wide “Boss” rings, “Boss” necklace, and even a gold banded “Boss” stamper to sign autographs “The Boss” way. I wanted to stand out,” Banks explained in an interview with the in April 2015, “so my gear is very elaborate, very blingy, very loud because I want people to notice me, want to look like me. I want everything big.” With Banks as one of his clients, Ton is the finisher behind her big wardrobe inspirations.
“I haven’t been able to pick out what colors I wanted or scheme,” Banks said.