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Blader DJ is the Japanese Referee from the Metal Saga.

Appearance

Blader DJ appears exactly the same throughout the Metal Saga. He has a signature appearance where he wears his reddish-orange bandana over his light brown hair. He wears a symbolic blue WBBA shirt covered by a vest. He wears Beyblade gear including elbow pads, gloves, cargo pants, and boots. Like Blader DJ from the original series, he is based on the real life Blader DJ.

Personality

Plot

Beyblade: Metal Fusion

Blader DJ appeared throughout smaller tournaments leading up to battle Bladers, as well as the official matches of Battle Bladers. Blader DJ also had several interactions with the Bladers themselves.

Beyblade: Metal Masters

Blader DJ appeared in Metal Masters first commentating on the matches for the qualifying rounds of the Japanese representational team. Afterwards Blader DJ traveled to America to commentate on the final match of The World Championships. In America he met his past rival, the American DJ. He and and the American DJ Beybattled to a draw due to both of their horrible Beyblade skills. Afterwards, they became friends and commentated on the final match together.

Beyblade: Metal Fury

Blader DJ first announced a mini-tournament in which Kenta won. Then, he was the DJ of the Beyster Island Tournament because the island didn't have its own announcer. He also minorly announced Gingka's final battle with Nemesis.

Beyblade

Earth Eagle 145WD
DJ Eagle

WBBA Earth Eagle 145WD: Blader DJ's Earth Eagle is a premium edition Earth Eagle coming directly from the WBBA Foundation as noted by Madoka. The Face Bolt is the WBBA symbol. According to Kenta, this model of Earth Eagle is a rare Beyblade that was only available at one tournament.

Beybattles

Beyblade: Metal Masters
Opponent Episode Result
American DJ MM040 Draw

Gallery

Trivia

  • Blader DJ has the same Bey as Tsubasa, both being Earth Eagle 145WD but recolored. With Tsubasa also being an WBBA member, this could mean that Aquila/Eagle is a generic bey that WBBA members use.
  • Though he is not the same character as Bakuten Shoot Beyblade's Blader DJ, he is still based on his real life counterpart, hence why the two characters share the same name.