|Founded||August 20, 2020|
|Headquarters||Yūrakuchō, Tokyo, Japan|
Gleat (stylized as GLEAT) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion founded in 2020 by former Pro Wrestling Noah parent company Lidet Entertainment after the acquisition of Noah and DDT Pro-Wrestling by CyberAgent. The promotion is overseen by Hiroyuki Suzuki and former mixed martial artist and professional wrestler Kiyoshi Tamura. The promotion emphasizes the use of the UWFi combat sports-based wrestling style.
In November 2018, Japanese advertising company Lidet Entertainment began investing in various business ventures in the professional wrestling industry including Riki Choshu's Power Hall show in December 2018. On January 29, 2019, Lidet Entertainment bought 75% shares of Pro Wrestling Noah, with the goal of transforming the promotion into the second largest promotion in Japan after New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). A year later due to Noah's financial struggles, Lidet Entertainment sold all shares of Pro Wrestling Noah to internet advertising company CyberAgent. Lidet's President Hiroyuki Suzuki wanting to continue to be involved with professional wrestling met with Kiyoshi Tamura several days after the sale of Noah. Suzuki later announced the formation of a new promotion, Gleat – it was additionally revealed that Kaz Hayashi and Nosawa Rongai would became the Gleat Chief Technical Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, respectively. Gleat promotes shows via its two sub-brands – G Prowrestling, a traditional puroresu brand, and Lidet UWF, a UWFi-inspired shoot style brand.
Gleat held its inaugural event, "GLEAT Ver. 0", on October 15, 2020, which aired on Fighting TV Samurai on October 22, with the main event pitting Noah's Sugiura-gun (Takashi Sugiura, Kazuyuki Fujita and Kendo Kashin) against Jun Akiyama, Shuhei Taniguchi, and Daisuke Sekimoto. The participation of Noah wrestlers on Gleat events would cease after Nosawa Rongai resigned from his positions at Gleat to focus on his role as Noah booker. Following the end of the Noah partnership, Gleat would see the participation of wrestlers from other Japan-based wrestling promotions such as Sho from NJPW and Shinjiro Otani and Masato Tanaka from Pro Wrestling Zero1.
In February 2021, shoot style veterans Minoru Tanaka and Daijiro Matsui were signed by the company, shortly after Tanaka was given the UWF Rule Technical Officer executive role. In May, it was announced that Cima, El Lindaman, T-Hawk, and Issei Onitsuka would be leaving Oriental Wrestling Entertainment and Ryuichi Kawakami would be leaving Big Japan Pro Wrestling to join Gleat. Gleat also operates a developmental division, with Yu Iizuka, Soma Watanabe, and Takanori Ito being the promotion's inaugural trainees.
In December 2021, Gleat announced a 12-man tournament would be held from January 26 to February 22, 2022 to crown the inaugural G-Rex Champion. The tournament and championship were won by El Lindaman.
In July 2022, Gleat announced the creation of the G-Infinity Championship for its G Prowrestling brand. A four-team tournament was held from August 20, 2022, to August 24 to crown the inaugural champions. The tournament was won by Bulk Orchestra (Kazma Sakamoto and Ryuichi Kawakami).
Gleat divides their roster based on its two sub-brands, G Prowrestling and Lidet UWF. Gleat also recognizes a third roster division, "M" – these wrestlers have legitimate mixed martial arts experience and may wrestle on either G Prowrestling or Lidet UWF events.
|Ring name||Real name||G||U||M||Unit||Notes|
|Cima||Nobuhiko Oshima||#StrongHearts||Chief Strategy Officer|
|Daijiro Matsui||Daijiro Matsui||Home Team|
|El Lindaman||Yuga Hayashi||#StrongHearts||G-Rex Champion|
|Hayato Tamura||Hayato Tamura||Bulk Orchestra|
|Issei Onitsuka||Issei Onitsuka||#StrongHearts|
|Kaz Hayashi||Kazuhiro Hayashi||Home Team||Chief Technical Officer|
|Michiko Miyagi||Michiko Miyagi||Home Team|
|Minoru Tanaka||Minoru Tanaka||Home Team||UWF Rule Technical Officer|
|Ryuichi Kawakami||Ryuichi Kawakami||Bulk Orchestra||G-Infinity Champion|
|Soma Watanabe||Soma Watanabe||Home Team||Commentator|
|Takanori Ito||Takanori Ito||Home Team||Commentator|
|Tetsuya Izuchi||Tetsuya Izuchi||60 Seconds|
|Yu Iizuka||Yu Iizuka||Home Team|
|Yukari Hosokawa||Yukari Hosokawa||Home Team|
|Ring name||Real name||G||U||M||Unit||Notes|
|Atsuki Aoyagi||Atsuki Aoyagi||N/A||Signed to All Japan Pro Wrestling|
|Hideki "Shrek" Sekine||Hideki Sekine||Hard Hit||Freelancer|
|Hikaru Sato||Hikaru Sato||Hard Hit||Freelancer|
|Jun Masaoka||Jun Masaoka||N/A||Freelancer|
|Jun Tonsho||Jun Tonsho||60 Seconds||Freelancer|
|Kazma Sakamoto||Unknown||Bulk Orchestra||G-Infinity Champion|
|Koji Iwamoto||Koji Iwamoto||N/A||Signed to All Japan Pro Wrestling|
|Nobuhiro Shimatani||Nobuhiro Shimatani||Bulk Orchestra||Freelancer|
|Shigehiro Irie||Shigehiro Irie||#StrongHearts||Freelancer|
|Quiet Storm||Unknown||Bulk Orchestra||Freelancer|
|Ring name||Real name||Notes|
|Chiho Tomiyama||Chiho Tomiyama||Ring announcer (G Prowrestling)|
|Haruo Murata||Haruo Murata||Commentator|
|Hiroyuki Suzuki||Hiroyuki Suzuki||Owner|
President of Lidet
|Katsumi Tamagawa||Katsumi Tamagawa||Referee (G Prowrestling)|
|Kiyoshi Tamura||Kiyoshi Tamura||Executive Director|
|Riki Choshu||Mitsuo Yoshida||Observer|
|Ryogaku Wada||Ryogaku Wada||Referee (Lidet UWF)|
|Soft Imai||Daisuke Imai||Referee (G Prowrestling)|
|Takahiro Yoshimizu||Takahiro Yoshimizu||Ring announcer (Lidet UWF)|
Affiliated with Aoni Production
|Takehiro Yamamura||Takehiro Yamamura||Ring announcer (G Prowrestling)|
|Yoshinori Umeki||Yoshinori Umeki||Referee (Lidet UWF)|
Affiliated with Pancrase
|Yoshiro Yabu||Yoshiro Yabu||Ring announcer (G Prowrestling)|
|Championship||Current champion(s)||Reign||Date won||Days
|G-Rex Championship||El Lindaman||1||February 22, 2022||188+||5||Tokyo, Japan||Defeated Hayato Tamura in the final of a 12-man tournament to win the inaugural title at G Prowrestling Ver. 18.|||
|G-Infinity Championship||Bulk Orchestra
(Kazma Sakamoto and Ryuichi Kawakami)
|1||August 24, 2022||5+||0||Tokyo, Japan||Defeated #StrongHearts (Cima and T-Hawk) in the final of a four-team tournament to win the inaugural title at G Prowrestling Ver. 31.|||