- Hometown: The Hague, Netherlands
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 105kg
- Signature Moves: Piledriver, Diving European Uppercut, Chop
- Finishing Moves: Kenzo Krusher, Judo Suplex
Kenzo Richards "The Dutch Fighting Machine" / "The Sensei of Chops" is a Dutch professional wrestler working at the Dutch wrestling organization Dutch Pro Wrestling.
In 2002 he started wrestling at Dutch Wrestling Federation (DWF) and later for Dutch Championship Wrestling (DCW). In 2006, he captured the DCW Heavyweight Championship after defeating Santos.
Since 2008 he has been fighting in the ring of Dutch Pro Wrestling and he won the DPW Heavyweight Championship in 2009. He also wrestled for the French promotion Wrestling Stars. Richards has wrestled in the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, England, Portugal, Italy, Malta and the United Arab Emirates, and is best known for his fast and hard "chops". According to many fans and connoisseurs he hits the hardest in the European indy-wrestling circuit.
Before Richards became a professional wrestler, he was a former national champion judo and member of the Dutch national youth team.
In January 2016 he won the Italian PWE title, and On 6 March 2016, he won the French APC international title.
On 12 March he won the European title for the Eurostars Federation in Bruges, Belgium.
Gianni Valletta vs Kenzo Richards – 27/03/2016