Sumo Fuji

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Sumo Fuji
Sumo Fuji
Name Sumo Fuji
Real name Tatsuki Fuji
Name history Tatsuki Fuji (Toryumon Mexico), Sumo "Dandy" Fuji (1998-2000), Sumo "Dandy" Fuji 2000 (2000), Sumo "Dandy" Fujii 200,000 (2000), Big Fuji (2001), Don Fujii (2002-current), El King Kong (2002), Karaoke Machine #1 (2003), Catcher Fuji (2004), Turboyan (2006-current)
Maestro(s) Ultimo Dragon
Birth date, location July 6, 1970 - Mino-O City, Japan
Obituary date
Debut, location May 11, 1997
Lost mask to
Height 175 cm
Weight 106 kg
Signature moves Nice German, Nodowa Otoshi, Nodaowa Elbow
Titles: Open the Dream Gate Championship, Open the Triangle Gate Championship (4) (1 w/CIMA & Naruki Doi, 1 w/Masaaki Mochizuki & K-Ness, 1 w/Masaaki Mochizuki & Magnitude Kishiwada and 1 w/Masaaki Mochizuki & Akebono), Open the Twin Gate Championship (w/Masaaki Mochizuki), Open the Owarai Gate Championship, Open the Owarai Twin Gate Championship (w/Kikutaro), WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (w/Masaaki Mochizuki), Osaka Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championship (w/Masaaki Mochizuki), UWA World Trios Championship (4) (3 w/CIMA & SUWA and 1 w/CIMA & TARU), Distrito Federal Trios Championship (w/CIMA & SUWA)

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
00/06/04 hair (1) CIMA Sumo Dandy Fuji 2000 Kobe World Hall - Kobe, Japan
(1) Relevos suicidas vs. Great Sasuke & Tiger Mask IV
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