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I made a new pass at aggregating results from Bahu's FMW World (which includes FMW/SHIN-FMW/ONITA FMW/SUPER FMW, APACHE ARMY, FREEDOMS, WMF, FUYUKI ARMY, WEW, ONITA PRODUCTIONS, Mr. Gannosuke Productions, JUN KASAI, ZEN, W*ING, XWF, Kintaro Kanemura Festival, TOSHIKOSHI, WE LOVE SABU, FFF, NANIWA, Tetsuhiro Kuroda, WRESTLEFEST, HAYABUSA, Takashi Sasaki, MISS MONGOL, FLYDOM, IBF, BEER GARDEN) shows.

FMW ran from 1989 to 2002, but the spirit lived on in many related companies.

Wrestlers with 50+ matches

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More than 1,000 matches

Ricky Fuji: 1455 matches = 542 singles matches (262-270-10 = 49% win), and 912 tag matches (392-501-19 = 44% win) and won 1 rumble

GOEMON: 1180 matches = 350 singles matches (145-204-1 = 42% win), and 826 tag matches (389-417-20 = 48% win) and won 4 rumbles

Tetsuhiro Kuroda: 1150 matches = 338 singles matches (163-170-5 = 49% win), and 805 tag matches (357-424-24 = 46% win) and won 7 rumbles

More than 750 matches

Kintaro Kanemura: 978 matches = 180 singles matches (119-58-3 = 67% win), and 798 tag matches (419-361-18 = 54% win)

Hisakatsu Oya: 907 matches = 197 singles matches (146-41-10 = 78% win), and 706 tag matches (455-239-12 = 66% win) and won 4 rumbles

Shark Tsuchiya: 870 matches = 170 singles matches (111-52-7 = 68% win), and 698 tag matches (502-195-1 = 72% win) and won 2 rumbles

Mr Gannosuke: 869 matches = 175 singles matches (81-88-6 = 48% win), and 693 tag matches (395-289-9 = 58% win) and won 1 rumble

Eiji Ezaki: 860 matches = 282 singles matches (138-138-6 = 50% win), and 576 tag matches (258-312-6 = 45% win) and won 2 rumbles

Gosaku Goshogawara: 851 matches = 416 singles matches (141-270-5 = 34% win), and 435 tag matches (91-343-1 = 21% win)

Megumi Kudo: 846 matches = 144 singles matches (116-27-1 = 81% win), and 702 tag matches (262-439-1 = 37% win)

Masato Tanaka: 839 matches = 221 singles matches (140-80-1 = 64% win), and 618 tag matches (292-320-6 = 48% win)

Hideki Hosaka: 828 matches = 190 singles matches (88-101-1 = 47% win), and 638 tag matches (248-374-16 = 40% win)

The Gladiator: 796 matches = 136 singles matches (120-14-2 = 90% win), and 660 tag matches (386-267-7 = 59% win)

Crusher Maedomari: 763 matches = 169 singles matches (92-70-7 = 57% win), and 592 tag matches (436-155-1 = 74% win) and won 2 rumbles

Katsutoshi Niiyama: 752 matches = 248 singles matches (126-115-7 = 52% win), and 503 tag matches (237-262-4 = 47% win) and won 1 rumble

More than 500 matches

Atsushi Onita: 750 matches = 77 singles matches (60-17 = 78% win), and 672 tag matches (410-260-2 = 61% win) and won 1 rumble

Miwa Sato: 747 matches = 208 singles matches (73-135 = 35% win), and 528 tag matches (200-327-1 = 38% win) and won 11 rumbles

Combat Toyoda: 740 matches = 175 singles matches (158-17 = 90% win), and 563 tag matches (351-211-1 = 62% win) and won 2 rumbles

Hido: 693 matches = 194 singles matches (79-113-2 = 41% win), and 497 tag matches (211-281-5 = 43% win) and won 2 rumbles

Tarzan Goto: 654 matches = 173 singles matches (155-15-3 = 91% win), and 481 tag matches (276-193-12 = 59% win)

Flying Kid Ichihara: 613 matches = 382 singles matches (140-237-5 = 37% win), and 230 tag matches (79-146-5 = 35% win) and won 1 rumble

Rie Nakamura: 600 matches = 166 singles matches (58-107-1 = 35% win), and 434 tag matches (174-259-1 = 40% win)

Mammoth Sasaki: 596 matches = 224 singles matches (105-107-12 = 50% win), and 372 tag matches (158-198-16 = 44% win)

More than 300 matches

Mr Pogo: 491 matches = 63 singles matches (46-16-1 = 74% win), and 428 tag matches (176-251-1 = 41% win)

Sambo Asako: 488 matches = 92 singles matches (40-51-1 = 44% win), and 396 tag matches (196-196-4 = 50% win)

Yukihide Ueno: 478 matches = 261 singles matches (117-141-3 = 45% win), and 215 tag matches (98-117 = 46% win) and won 2 rumbles

Tsuppari Mack: 447 matches = 139 singles matches (71-66-2 = 52% win), and 305 tag matches (167-138 = 55% win) and won 3 rumbles

Yukie Nabeno: 446 matches = 107 singles matches (36-70-1 = 34% win), and 333 tag matches (104-229 = 31% win) and won 6 rumbles

Kodo Fuyuki: 427 matches = 62 singles matches (48-10-4 = 83% win), and 365 tag matches (198-158-9 = 56% win)

Super Leather: 419 matches = 187 singles matches (139-48 = 74% win), and 232 tag matches (145-85-2 = 63% win)

Dark Ranger: 417 matches = 189 singles matches (62-126-1 = 33% win), and 227 tag matches (57-170 = 25% win) and won 1 rumble

Kaori Nakayama: 373 matches = 146 singles matches (79-63-4 = 56% win), and 226 tag matches (94-131-1 = 42% win) and won 1 rumble

Horace Boulder: 370 matches = 67 singles matches (47-20 = 70% win), and 303 tag matches (171-132 = 56% win)

Gedo: 365 matches = 55 singles matches (39-14-2 = 74% win), and 310 tag matches (198-98-14 = 67% win)

Damian: 347 matches = 157 singles matches (71-83-3 = 46% win), and 189 tag matches (90-99 = 48% win) and won 1 rumble

Big Titan: 340 matches = 71 singles matches (59-6-6 = 91% win), and 269 tag matches (185-70-14 = 73% win)

Mitsuhiro Matsunaga: 335 matches = 73 singles matches (56-15-2 = 79% win), and 262 tag matches (144-115-3 = 56% win)

Jado: 322 matches = 48 singles matches (32-15-1 = 68% win), and 273 tag matches (178-81-14 = 69% win) and won 1 rumble

More than 200 matches

Keiko Iwami: 294 matches = 91 singles matches (25-65-1 = 28% win), and 201 tag matches (59-142 = 29% win) and won 2 rumbles

Sabu: 280 matches = 76 singles matches (49-23-4 = 68% win), and 204 tag matches (89-88-27 = 50% win)

Naohiko Yamazaki: 269 matches = 146 singles matches (23-107-16 = 18% win), and 123 tag matches (31-89-3 = 26% win)

Onryo: 267 matches = 57 singles matches (39-16-2 = 71% win), and 209 tag matches (109-91-9 = 55% win) and won 1 rumble

Chocoball Mukai: 253 matches = 80 singles matches (28-41-11 = 41% win), and 173 tag matches (70-99-4 = 41% win)

Shinjuku Shark: 243 matches = 122 singles matches (51-71 = 42% win), and 119 tag matches (39-79-1 = 33% win) and won 2 rumbles

Takashi Sasaki: 241 matches = 68 singles matches (32-26-10 = 55% win), and 173 tag matches (90-80-3 = 53% win)

Miss Mongol: 238 matches = 114 singles matches (20-94 = 18% win), and 124 tag matches (40-84 = 32% win)

Satoru Makita: 222 matches = 116 singles matches (34-62-20 = 35% win), and 106 tag matches (36-67-3 = 35% win)

GENTARO: 218 matches = 83 singles matches (48-27-8 = 64% win), and 135 tag matches (61-69-5 = 47% win)

More than 150 matches

The Winger: 183 matches = 57 singles matches (28-27-2 = 51% win), and 126 tag matches (66-57-3 = 54% win)

Jun Kasai: 182 matches = 64 singles matches (45-19 = 70% win), and 118 tag matches (64-50-4 = 56% win)

Yuki Morimatsu: 176 matches = 87 singles matches (33-54 = 38% win), and 88 tag matches (26-62 = 30% win) and won 1 rumble

Kamui: 174 matches = 67 singles matches (12-52-3 = 19% win), and 107 tag matches (41-65-1 = 39% win)

Yoshihito Sasaki: 167 matches = 73 singles matches (14-34-25 = 29% win), and 93 tag matches (30-59-4 = 34% win) and won 1 rumble

Emi Motokawa: 166 matches = 98 singles matches (14-81-3 = 15% win), and 68 tag matches (22-46 = 32% win)

The Sheik: 164 matches = 75 singles matches (22-26-27 = 46% win), and 89 tag matches (38-24-27 = 61% win)

Yukari Ishikura: 158 matches = 60 singles matches (16-43-1 = 27% win), and 98 tag matches (24-73-1 = 25% win)

Tomokazu Morita: 154 matches = 81 singles matches (14-50-17 = 22% win), and 73 tag matches (23-47-3 = 33% win)

More than 115 matches

Dr Luther: 144 matches = 45 singles matches (32-11-2 = 74% win), and 99 tag matches (63-32-4 = 66% win)

Headhunter A: 138 matches = 4 singles matches (4-0 = 100% win), and 134 tag matches (110-24 = 82% win)

Gregory Veritchev: 135 matches = 46 singles matches (42-4 = 91% win), and 89 tag matches (61-27-1 = 69% win)

Dragon Winger: 133 matches = 66 singles matches (15-51 = 23% win), and 67 tag matches (16-51 = 24% win)

Kyoko Inoue: 131 matches = 45 singles matches (38-6-1 = 86% win), and 85 tag matches (49-34-2 = 59% win) and won 1 rumble

Headhunter B: 130 matches = 3 singles matches (3-0 = 100% win), and 127 tag matches (102-25 = 80% win)

TAKA Michinoku: 122 matches = 25 singles matches (17-8 = 68% win), and 97 tag matches (54-43 = 56% win)

Mineo Fujita: 121 matches = 65 singles matches (23-40-2 = 37% win), and 55 tag matches (30-24-1 = 56% win) and won 1 rumble

More than 100 matches

Mr Chin: 113 matches = 100 singles matches (0-100 = 0% win), and 13 tag matches (0-13 = 0% win)

HIROKI: 113 matches = 33 singles matches (23-9-1 = 72% win), and 80 tag matches (36-42-2 = 46% win)

Yuko Miyamoto: 107 matches = 40 singles matches (19-21 = 48% win), and 67 tag matches (27-39-1 = 41% win)

Happy Ikeda: 106 matches = 75 singles matches (12-59-4 = 17% win), and 30 tag matches (10-20 = 33% win) and won 1 rumble

Katsuji Ueda: 105 matches = 69 singles matches (56-13 = 81% win), and 36 tag matches (10-26 = 28% win)

More than 75 matches

Masashi Takeda: 97 matches = 34 singles matches (13-20-1 = 39% win), and 63 tag matches (36-26-1 = 58% win)

Jinsei Shinzaki: 96 matches = 15 singles matches (12-3 = 80% win), and 81 tag matches (29-51-1 = 36% win)

Dr Hannibal: 92 matches = 24 singles matches (7-15-2 = 32% win), and 68 tag matches (37-29-2 = 56% win)

Brahman Shu: 86 matches = 5 singles matches (1-4 = 20% win), and 81 tag matches (30-47-4 = 39% win)

Brahman Kei: 86 matches = 8 singles matches (2-6 = 25% win), and 78 tag matches (29-45-4 = 39% win)

Yasu Urano: 85 matches = 43 singles matches (12-28-3 = 30% win), and 42 tag matches (18-22-2 = 45% win)

Daisuke Ikeda: 82 matches = 13 singles matches (8-4-1 = 67% win), and 68 tag matches (38-28-2 = 58% win) and won 1 rumble

Keita Yano: 82 matches = 29 singles matches (9-18-2 = 33% win), and 53 tag matches (20-32-1 = 38% win)

Tomohiko Hashimoto: 79 matches = 17 singles matches (9-8 = 53% win), and 62 tag matches (34-25-3 = 58% win)

Mayumi Shimizu: 78 matches = 26 singles matches (9-16-1 = 36% win), and 52 tag matches (10-42 = 19% win)

Mamoru Okamoto: 78 matches = 61 singles matches (5-56 = 8% win), and 17 tag matches (2-15 = 12% win)

Goro Tsurumi: 76 matches = 20 singles matches (7-9-4 = 44% win), and 56 tag matches (26-29-1 = 47% win)

More than 50 matches

Kim Hyun Hwan: 75 matches = 41 singles matches (19-22 = 46% win), and 34 tag matches (12-22 = 35% win)

Daisaku Shimoda: 74 matches = 23 singles matches (8-15 = 35% win), and 51 tag matches (29-20-2 = 59% win)

Emi Koizumi: 73 matches = 37 singles matches (14-23 = 38% win), and 36 tag matches (6-30 = 17% win)

Billy Anderson: 73 matches = 11 singles matches (4-7 = 36% win), and 62 tag matches (23-39 = 37% win)

Crypt Keeper: 71 matches = 27 singles matches (14-13 = 52% win), and 44 tag matches (30-14 = 68% win)

Tatsuhito Takaiwa: 70 matches = 21 singles matches (13-4-4 = 76% win), and 49 tag matches (33-16 = 67% win)

Hideo Makimura: 66 matches = 40 singles matches (10-30 = 25% win), and 26 tag matches (7-19 = 27% win)

Yusaku Obata: 65 matches = 29 singles matches (1-28 = 3% win), and 36 tag matches (10-25-1 = 29% win)

Jason the Terrible: 64 matches = 24 singles matches (15-9 = 63% win), and 40 tag matches (22-18 = 55% win)

Tiger Jeet Singh Sr: 63 matches = 19 singles matches (12-1-6 = 92% win), and 44 tag matches (35-9 = 80% win)

Asian Cougar: 63 matches = 22 singles matches (11-10-1 = 52% win), and 41 tag matches (20-19-2 = 51% win)

NOSAWA: 62 matches = 9 singles matches (6-3 = 67% win), and 53 tag matches (28-24-1 = 54% win)

Hi69: 62 matches = 20 singles matches (5-14-1 = 26% win), and 41 tag matches (18-23 = 44% win) and won 1 rumble

Daisuke Sekimoto: 62 matches = 15 singles matches (10-4-1 = 71% win), and 47 tag matches (20-24-3 = 45% win)

El Pandita: 60 matches = 19 singles matches (12-7 = 63% win), and 41 tag matches (10-31 = 24% win)

Armageddon #1: 60 matches = 4 singles matches (3-1 = 75% win), and 56 tag matches (26-23-7 = 53% win)

Armageddon #2: 60 matches = 5 singles matches (4-1 = 80% win), and 55 tag matches (26-22-7 = 54% win)

Masaru Toi: 59 matches = 13 singles matches (3-10 = 23% win), and 46 tag matches (18-28 = 39% win)

Great Kojika: 59 matches = 12 singles matches (7-4-1 = 64% win), and 46 tag matches (29-17 = 63% win) and won 1 rumble

Jimmy Backlund: 56 matches = 22 singles matches (11-11 = 50% win), and 34 tag matches (11-23 = 32% win)

Rey Pandita: 55 matches = 12 singles matches (9-3 = 75% win), and 43 tag matches (40-3 = 93% win)

Madoka: 55 matches = 18 singles matches (8-9-1 = 47% win), and 37 tag matches (15-22 = 41% win)

Mark Starr: 55 matches = 16 singles matches (9-7 = 56% win), and 39 tag matches (16-23 = 41% win)

Naoshi Sano: 53 matches = 18 singles matches (2-16 = 11% win), and 35 tag matches (9-25-1 = 26% win)

MIYAWAKI: 53 matches = 17 singles matches (7-10 = 41% win), and 36 tag matches (13-23 = 36% win)

Louie Spicolli: 53 matches = 17 singles matches (3-12-2 = 20% win), and 36 tag matches (12-23-1 = 34% win)

Shinobu: 51 matches = 20 singles matches (9-10-1 = 47% win), and 31 tag matches (14-16-1 = 47% win)

More than 30 matches

Toru Sugiura: 50 matches = 22 singles matches (1-21 = 5% win), and 28 tag matches (5-21-2 = 19% win)

Mohammed Yone: 49 matches = 11 singles matches (4-7 = 36% win), and 38 tag matches (21-16-1 = 57% win)

SUSUMU: 48 matches = 17 singles matches (6-10-1 = 38% win), and 31 tag matches (8-22-1 = 27% win)

Tomoya: 47 matches = 16 singles matches (10-5-1 = 67% win), and 31 tag matches (18-13 = 58% win)

Masao Orihara: 47 matches = 13 singles matches (10-3 = 77% win), and 34 tag matches (18-16 = 53% win)

Reibun Amada: 44 matches = 15 singles matches (12-2-1 = 86% win), and 29 tag matches (28-1 = 97% win)

Lee Gak Soo: 44 matches = 20 singles matches (19-1 = 95% win), and 23 tag matches (12-11 = 52% win) and won 1 rumble

Terry Funk: 42 matches = 11 singles matches (9-2 = 82% win), and 31 tag matches (25-6 = 81% win)

Antonio Honda: 42 matches = 6 singles matches (2-3-1 = 40% win), and 36 tag matches (25-11 = 69% win)

Naoko Komazawa: 41 matches = 25 singles matches (1-24 = 4% win), and 16 tag matches (2-14 = 13% win)

Ichiro Yaguchi: 40 matches = 6 singles matches (3-3 = 50% win), and 34 tag matches (20-14 = 59% win)

Yoko Ikeda: 39 matches = 16 singles matches (0-16 = 0% win), and 23 tag matches (8-15 = 35% win)

Lingerie Muto: 39 matches = 27 singles matches (9-16-2 = 36% win), and 12 tag matches (5-6-1 = 45% win)

Magnitude Kishiwada: 38 matches = 12 singles matches (8-1-3 = 89% win), and 26 tag matches (16-10 = 62% win)

Kenji Fukimoto: 38 matches = 11 singles matches (1-10 = 9% win), and 27 tag matches (11-16 = 41% win)

Judge Dread: 38 matches = 20 singles matches (16-4 = 80% win), and 18 tag matches (15-3 = 83% win)

Kitten Kid: 37 matches = 20 singles matches (6-14 = 30% win), and 17 tag matches (9-8 = 53% win)

Ryuji Ito: 36 matches = 4 singles matches (2-2 = 50% win), and 32 tag matches (15-16-1 = 48% win)

Yuki Miyazaki: 36 matches = 14 singles matches (4-10 = 29% win), and 22 tag matches (11-10-1 = 52% win)

Minoru Fujita: 36 matches = 9 singles matches (4-5 = 44% win), and 27 tag matches (19-8 = 70% win)

Katsumasa Inoue: 35 matches = 17 singles matches (11-6 = 65% win), and 18 tag matches (8-10 = 44% win)

Shoichi Ichimiya: 34 matches = 7 singles matches (2-5 = 29% win), and 27 tag matches (14-11-2 = 56% win)

Shoichi Funaki: 33 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 30 tag matches (21-9 = 70% win)

The Great Sasuke: 33 matches = 13 singles matches (5-8 = 38% win), and 20 tag matches (11-9 = 55% win)

Balls Mahoney: 33 matches = 9 singles matches (5-4 = 56% win), and 24 tag matches (15-9 = 63% win)

Masanobu Kurisu: 32 matches = 15 singles matches (13-1-1 = 93% win), and 17 tag matches (7-10 = 41% win)

Reggie Bennett: 31 matches = 10 singles matches (8-2 = 80% win), and 21 tag matches (20-1 = 95% win)

Yuka Nakamura: 31 matches = 14 singles matches (0-14 = 0% win), and 17 tag matches (1-16 = 6% win)

Arashi: 31 matches = 13 singles matches (10-3 = 77% win), and 18 tag matches (12-5-1 = 71% win)

More than 20 matches

Leon Spinks: 30 matches = 13 singles matches (9-4 = 69% win), and 17 tag matches (12-5 = 71% win)

Keizo Matsuda: 30 matches = 5 singles matches (3-2 = 60% win), and 25 tag matches (13-11-1 = 54% win)

Rikiya Fudo: 29 matches = 7 singles matches (4-3 = 57% win), and 22 tag matches (14-5-3 = 74% win)

Kyoko Kimura: 29 matches = 17 singles matches (6-11 = 35% win), and 12 tag matches (6-6 = 50% win)

YOSHIYA: 28 matches = 5 singles matches (3-2 = 60% win), and 23 tag matches (11-10-2 = 52% win)

Tiger Jeet Singh Jr: 28 matches = 8 singles matches (3-4-1 = 43% win), and 20 tag matches (16-4 = 80% win)

Haystacks Calhoun Jr: 28 matches = 11 singles matches (8-3 = 73% win), and 17 tag matches (3-14 = 18% win)

Masaomi Morishige: 27 matches = 25 singles matches (4-21 = 16% win), and 2 tag matches (0-2 = 0% win)

Ricky Morton: 27 matches = 1 singles matches (1-0 = 100% win), and 26 tag matches (12-14 = 46% win)

Ryuichi Sekine: 27 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 24 tag matches (12-11-1 = 52% win)

Kengo Nishimura: 27 matches = 8 singles matches (1-7 = 13% win), and 19 tag matches (7-11-1 = 39% win)

Crazy Boy: 27 matches = 17 singles matches (2-15 = 12% win), and 10 tag matches (1-9 = 10% win)

Ultramancito: 26 matches = 2 singles matches (2-0 = 100% win), and 24 tag matches (20-4 = 83% win)

Dick Togo: 26 matches = 1 singles matches (1-0 = 100% win), and 25 tag matches (16-9 = 64% win)

Boris Gogichashivili: 26 matches = 4 singles matches (3-1 = 75% win), and 22 tag matches (16-6 = 73% win)

isami: 26 matches = 16 singles matches (8-6-2 = 57% win), and 10 tag matches (7-3 = 70% win)

ken45°: 26 matches = 4 singles matches (1-3 = 25% win), and 22 tag matches (12-9-1 = 57% win)

Kazuhiko Ogasawara: 26 matches = 9 singles matches (4-2-3 = 67% win), and 17 tag matches (5-9-3 = 36% win)

Svetlana Gundarenko: 25 matches = 10 singles matches (10-0 = 100% win), and 15 tag matches (15-0 = 100% win)

Pandita Chiquita: 25 matches = 2 singles matches (0-2 = 0% win), and 23 tag matches (5-18 = 22% win)

Bambi: 25 matches = 4 singles matches (1-2-1 = 33% win), and 20 tag matches (11-9 = 55% win) and won 1 rumble

Leatherface: 25 matches = 6 singles matches (4-2 = 67% win), and 19 tag matches (12-6-1 = 67% win)

Saburo Inematsu: 24 matches = 9 singles matches (4-5 = 44% win), and 15 tag matches (2-13 = 13% win)

Genghis Khan: 24 matches = 9 singles matches (5-4 = 56% win), and 15 tag matches (5-10 = 33% win)

DJ Nira: 24 matches = 17 singles matches (1-16 = 6% win), and 7 tag matches (1-6 = 14% win)

Tomoaki Honma: 23 matches = 6 singles matches (4-1-1 = 80% win), and 17 tag matches (11-6 = 65% win)

Sanshiro Takagi: 23 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 20 tag matches (13-6-1 = 68% win)

Ultra Taro: 22 matches = 5 singles matches (1-4 = 20% win), and 17 tag matches (9-8 = 53% win)

Abdullah Kobayashi: 22 matches = 4 singles matches (3-0-1 = 100% win), and 18 tag matches (8-10 = 44% win)

Kohei Sato: 22 matches = 3 singles matches (3-0 = 100% win), and 19 tag matches (16-3 = 84% win)

Eagle Sawai: 22 matches = 5 singles matches (5-0 = 100% win), and 17 tag matches (12-5 = 71% win)

Tomohiro Ishii: 21 matches = 9 singles matches (8-1 = 89% win), and 12 tag matches (5-7 = 42% win)

Sukekiyo: 21 matches = 9 singles matches (5-3-1 = 63% win), and 12 tag matches (7-4-1 = 64% win)

Ryo Miyake: 21 matches = 19 singles matches (5-14 = 26% win), and 2 tag matches (0-2 = 0% win)

Shota: 21 matches = 9 singles matches (3-6 = 33% win), and 12 tag matches (3-8-1 = 27% win)

Junji Tanaka: 21 matches = 9 singles matches (3-6 = 33% win), and 12 tag matches (5-7 = 42% win)

More than 15 matches

Mitsueru Tokuda: 20 matches = 13 singles matches (1-12 = 8% win), and 7 tag matches (0-7 = 0% win)

Daikokubo Benkei: 20 matches = 4 singles matches (4-0 = 100% win), and 16 tag matches (6-10 = 38% win)

Freddy Krueger: 20 matches = 6 singles matches (0-6 = 0% win), and 14 tag matches (6-8 = 43% win)

Yuko Kosugi: 19 matches = 3 singles matches (1-2 = 33% win), and 16 tag matches (4-12 = 25% win)

Wild Shooter: 19 matches = 1 singles matches (0-1 = 0% win), and 18 tag matches (4-14 = 22% win)

MASADA: 19 matches = 14 singles matches (10-4 = 71% win), and 5 tag matches (3-2 = 60% win)

Supreme: 19 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 16 tag matches (7-9 = 44% win)

Shoji Nakamaki: 19 matches = 13 singles matches (0-13 = 0% win), and 6 tag matches (4-2 = 67% win)

Tanny Mouse: 19 matches = 13 singles matches (2-10-1 = 17% win), and 6 tag matches (4-2 = 67% win)

Masamune: 19 matches = 6 singles matches (6-0 = 100% win), and 13 tag matches (11-2 = 85% win)

Tim Patterson: 19 matches = 1 singles matches (0-1 = 0% win), and 18 tag matches (9-9 = 50% win)

Kenichi Kono: 19 matches = 13 singles matches (0-12-1 = 0% win), and 6 tag matches (1-5 = 17% win)

Kankuro Hirano: 19 matches = 6 singles matches (0-6 = 0% win), and 13 tag matches (3-10 = 23% win)

Tomezo Tsunokake: 18 matches = 14 singles matches (1-13 = 7% win), and 4 tag matches (1-3 = 25% win)

Yoshiko Tamura: 18 matches = 11 singles matches (9-1-1 = 90% win), and 7 tag matches (3-4 = 43% win)

Shinjiro Otani: 18 matches = 3 singles matches (3-0 = 100% win), and 15 tag matches (11-4 = 73% win)

Kazuhiro Tamura: 18 matches = 12 singles matches (4-8 = 33% win), and 6 tag matches (4-2 = 67% win)

Kengo Takai: 18 matches = 3 singles matches (1-2 = 33% win), and 15 tag matches (8-7 = 53% win)

Chris Candido: 18 matches = 10 singles matches (5-5 = 50% win), and 8 tag matches (2-6 = 25% win)

Kayoko Haruyama: 18 matches = 13 singles matches (6-7 = 46% win), and 5 tag matches (2-3 = 40% win)

Karate Brahman: 18 matches = 6 singles matches (2-4 = 33% win), and 12 tag matches (3-9 = 25% win)

Pirata Morgan: 17 matches = 16 singles matches (0-16 = 0% win), and 1 tag matches (0-1 = 0% win)

TAJIRI: 17 matches = 5 singles matches (5-0 = 100% win), and 12 tag matches (9-3 = 75% win)

Tanomusaku Toba: 17 matches = 9 singles matches (7-2 = 78% win), and 8 tag matches (3-5 = 38% win)

Chong Summusu: 17 matches = 1 singles matches (1-0 = 100% win), and 16 tag matches (4-12 = 25% win)

Alligator Man #2: 17 matches = 3 singles matches (3-0 = 100% win), and 14 tag matches (5-9 = 36% win)

Kazushi Miyamoto: 17 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 14 tag matches (8-6 = 57% win)

Kim Shunki: 17 matches = 1 singles matches (1-0 = 100% win), and 16 tag matches (4-12 = 25% win)

Jaki Numazawa: 17 matches = 5 singles matches (4-1 = 80% win), and 12 tag matches (8-4 = 67% win)

Kikutaro: 17 matches = 14 singles matches (4-10 = 29% win), and 3 tag matches (1-2 = 33% win)

Reina Ayukawa: 16 matches = 8 singles matches (6-2 = 75% win), and 8 tag matches (6-2 = 75% win)

Takuya Sugawara: 16 matches = 5 singles matches (2-2-1 = 50% win), and 11 tag matches (7-4 = 64% win)

Super Delfin: 16 matches = 9 singles matches (1-8 = 11% win), and 7 tag matches (3-4 = 43% win)

Yumiko Komatsuzaki: 16 matches = 12 singles matches (0-12 = 0% win), and 4 tag matches (1-3 = 25% win)

PSYCHO: 16 matches = 6 singles matches (2-4 = 33% win), and 10 tag matches (7-3 = 70% win)

Takeshi Minamino: 16 matches = 4 singles matches (3-1 = 75% win), and 12 tag matches (6-5-1 = 55% win)

One Man Kru: 16 matches = 5 singles matches (1-4 = 20% win), and 11 tag matches (7-4 = 64% win)

MAZADA: 16 matches = 1 singles matches (1-0 = 100% win), and 15 tag matches (10-5 = 67% win)

Kenichiro Arai: 16 matches = 9 singles matches (4-5 = 44% win), and 7 tag matches (4-3 = 57% win)

Kaori Yoneyama: 16 matches = 10 singles matches (3-7 = 30% win), and 6 tag matches (3-3 = 50% win)

Halcon Negro: 16 matches = 8 singles matches (1-7 = 13% win), and 8 tag matches (3-5 = 38% win)

Alligator Man #1: 16 matches = 3 singles matches (1-2 = 33% win), and 13 tag matches (6-7 = 46% win)

Apache Kosakai: 16 matches = 4 singles matches (1-3 = 25% win), and 12 tag matches (5-7 = 42% win)

Kareem Sudan: 16 matches = 5 singles matches (1-4 = 20% win), and 11 tag matches (4-7 = 36% win)

Chris Cruise Christopher: 16 matches = 3 singles matches (2-1 = 67% win), and 13 tag matches (13-0 = 100% win)

Koba Krutanize: 16 matches = , 16 tag matches (15-1 = 94% win)

Little Frankie: 16 matches = 14 singles matches (13-1 = 93% win), and 2 tag matches (2-0 = 100% win)

Highest Singles Win Percentage (more than 75 singles matches)

Hisakatsu Oya: 197 singles matches (146-41-10 = 78% win)

Megumi Kudo: 144 singles matches (116-27-1 = 81% win)

The Gladiator: 136 singles matches (120-14-2 = 90% win)

Atsushi Onita: 77 singles matches (60-17 = 78% win)

Combat Toyoda: 175 singles matches (158-17 = 90% win)

Tarzan Goto: 173 singles matches (155-15-3 = 91% win)

Highest Singles Win Percentage (40 to 75 singles matches)

Kodo Fuyuki: 62 singles matches (48-10-4 = 83% win), and 365 tag matches (198-158-9 = 56% win)

Big Titan: 71 singles matches (59-6-6 = 91% win), and 269 tag matches (185-70-14 = 73% win)

Mitsuhiro Matsunaga: 73 singles matches (56-15-2 = 79% win), and 262 tag matches (144-115-3 = 56% win)

Gregory Veritchev: 46 singles matches (42-4 = 91% win), and 89 tag matches (61-27-1 = 69% win)

Kyoko Inoue: 45 singles matches (38-6-1 = 86% win), and 85 tag matches (49-34-2 = 59% win) and won 1 rumble

Katsuji Ueda: 69 singles matches (56-13 = 81% win), and 36 tag matches (10-26 = 28% win)

Lowest Singles Win Percentage (more than 75 singles matches)

Naohiko Yamazaki: 146 singles matches (23-107-16 = 18% win)

Miss Mongol: 114 singles matches (20-94 = 18% win)

Emi Motokawa: 98 singles matches (14-81-3 = 15% win)

Tomokazu Morita: 81 singles matches (14-50-17 = 22% win)

Mr Chin: 100 singles matches (0-100 = 0% win)

Lowest Singles Win Percentage (40 to 75 singles matches)

Happy Ikeda: 75 singles matches (12-59-4 = 17% win)

Kamui: 67 singles matches (12-52-3 = 19% win)

Dragon Winger: 66 singles matches (15-51 = 23% win)

Mamoru Okamoto: 61 singles matches (5-56 = 8% win)

List of names/aliases yet to be deciphered are on my webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/chrisharrington/fmw_results/f

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Tarzan Goto lays down for absolutely nobody.

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I can't believe Leon freakin' Spinks had more matches than some of the indy scum below him. In fact, I can't believe he had more than two or three!

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Apparently Spinks was in Tag League in 91 - so that would explain like 9 or 10 of his matches.

 

He teamed with Rufus Blackbone... who I swear to God I have never heard of and I have watched my share of FMW

EDIT - or Blackborn (BAHU has Blackborn while Pro Wrestling History saw Blackbone)

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LEON SPINKS IN FMW

TOUR ONE

FMW 11/27/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (1) d. Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto (4) when Spinks KO'd Onita (9:13)

FMW 11/28/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (2) d. Chong Summusu & Kim Shunki (0) when Spinks KO'd Shunki (5:55)

FMW 11/29/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (3) d. The Mercenaries (0) when Spinks pinned Mercenary # 2 (2:50)

FMW 11/30/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (4) d. Horace Boulder & Mark Starr when Spinks KO'd Starr (3:16)

FMW 12/1/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (5) d. Katsuji Ueda & Calypso Jim (1) when Spinks KO'd Jim (3:43)

FMW 12/2/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Gregory Veritchev & Koba Krutanize (8) d. Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (5) when Veritchev made Blackborn submit (4:13)

FMW 12/3/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (6) d. The Sheik & Sabu (3) when Spinks KO'd Sabu (1:48)

FMW 12/5/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Sambo Asako & Ricky Fuji (4) d. Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (6) when Asako KO'd Blackborn (4:45)

FMW 12/6/91 : Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn d. Katsuji Ueda & Calypso Jim when Spinks pinned Jim (4:31)

FMW 12/7/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Big Titan & The Gladiator (6) d. Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (6) when Gladiator KO'd Blackborn (5:05)

FMW 12/8/91: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn d. The Mercenaries when Spinks pinned Mercenary # 2 (4:04)

FMW 12/9/91: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn d. Katsuji Ueda & Calypso Jim when Spinks KO'd Jim (5:55)

TOUR TWO

FMW 3/24/92: Leon Spinks d. Sambo Asako (4:27) via KO

FMW 3/25/92 : WWA Martial Arts Championship Match: Leon Spinks d. Tarzan Goto (5:59) via KO to become the NEW WWA Martial Arts Champion.

FMW 3/26/92: Leon Spinks & Big Titan d. Atsushi Onita & Sambo Asako when Titan pinned Asako (9:38)

FMW 3/27/92: Leon Spinks & Dr. Luther d. Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako when Spinks KO'd Asako (3:45)

FMW 3/28/92: Leon Spinks & Dr. Luther d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji when Spinks KO'd Ricky (6:02)

FMW 3/29/92: Leon Spinks d. Mr. Gannosuke (0:48) via KO

FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP!

FMW 5/24/92: WWA Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship Match: Atsushi Onita d. Leon Spinks (8:36) in a Cage Match to become the NEW WWA Martial Arts Heavyweight Champion.

BECAUSE IT'S FMW!

FMW 9/19/92: Tarzan Goto & Gregory Veritchev d. Leon Spinks & Brian Sayodill when Goto made Sayodill submit. (10:39)

RESOLVE THAT WACKY FEUD!

FMW 5/5/93: Gregory Veritchev d. Leon Spinks (8:10)

TOUR THREE!

FMW 8/22/93: Katsuji Ueda d. Leon Spinks (6:43) via KO

FMW 8/24/93: Terry Funk & Tarzan Goto d. Leon Spinks & Ricky Fuji when Funk pinned Ricky (9:35)

FMW 8/26/93: Terry Funk d. Leon Spinks (7:52) via DQ

FMW 8/27/93: Leon Spinks d. Mr. Gannosuke (4:46) via KO

FMW 8/28/93: Leon Spinks d. Sabu (8:54) via KO

FMW 8/29/93: Leon Spinks d. Shirkroad (4:46)

FMW 8/30/93: Leon Spinks d. Koji Nakagawa (3:56) via KO.

FMW 8/31/93: Leon Spinks d. Mr. Gannosuke (4:42) via KO.

FMW 9/1/93: Leon Spinks d. Sambo Asako (6:57) via KO

Rufus had one singles FMW match: 11/20/1991 -- Rufus Blackborn d. Akihito Ichihara (2:14)

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Meltzer had no clue who the guy was back in the day.11/18/91 Observer:

Going into the tag team tournament, Atsushi Onita at press time was in a panic because Dick the Bruiser (who had died that week unexpectedly) was the intermediary in his booking Leon Spinks. Bruiser was supposed to supply four American pro boxers to form two separate tag teams for the tournament, and with Bruiser out of the picture, Onita at press time had no way to contact Spinks and set everything up. Bruiser also sent Calypso Jim for the tour, and Spinks teaming with a guy named Rufus Blackburn for the tour.

12/16/91 Observer:

Black Bone in FMW, who I speculated on as maybe being Dick the Bruiser's son, is actually Rufus Blackbone, billed as a pro boxer.

Rufus showed up once more in the Results section many months later9/8/92 Observer:

8/15 Niles, MI (150): Calypso Jim b Bulldog Don Kent-DQ, Jerry Graham Jr. b P.J. Powers, Chuck Lawler b Rufus Blackbone, Calypso Jim & Andy Scheen b Kent & Graham, Golden Lion b Cousin Luke (Bill Dundee, Bull Pain, Chris Carter and Brian Costello all no-showed)

I think Calypso Jim became Bobo Brazil Jr.

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He appears to be a bald, doughy white guy boxer, but he could be anyone.

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I remember bringing the Japanese magazines to work with photos of Spinks in FMW, and the older black dudes I worked with were so depressed at seeing him "throw the fight" for schmoes like Beritchev.

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I got the name Blackborn I believe from a FMW magazine from 1991 that listed every wrestler up at that point in English so there might have been a translation mess up.

Also Hi69 = HIROKI

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Damn, Gladiator and Titan were well protected

 

Also what the fuck this is awesome thanks you rock

 

Also also I love the Kojika thing

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So where is the Pirata Morgan in FMW footage? And the Sheik wrestled OVER 150 MATCHES? I mean I know he didn't have to do shit, but damn that's a lot for a senior citizen.

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Does Louie Spicolli = "The White African"? I've heard conflicting things on this.

THE SHEIK IN FMW

FMW 11/20/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: The Sheik & Sabu (1) d. Horace Boulder & Mark Starr (0) when Sheik pinned Starr (1:12)

FMW 11/21/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Big Titan & The Gladiator (1) d. The Sheik & Sabu (1) when Titan pinned Sabu (3:09)

FMW 11/24/91: The Sheik vs. The Shooter went to a No Contest (5:04)

FMW 11/25/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: The Sheik & Sabu (2) d. The Mercenaries (0) when Sabu pinned Mercenary # 2 (1:39)

FMW 11/26/91: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto & Gregory Veritchev & Koba Krutanize d. The Sheik & Sabu & Big Titan & The Gladiator when Goto pinned Sabu (11:03) in a Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight.

FMW 11/27/91: The Sheik & Sabu d. The Shooter & Eiji Ezaki when Sabu pinned Ezaki (1:52) in a Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight.

FMW 11/28/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: The Sheik & Sabu (3) d. Katsuji Ueda & Calypso Jim (1) when Sabu pinned Jim (2:15)

FMW 11/29/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto (5) d. The Sheik & Sabu (3) when Goto pinned Sabu (4:40)

FMW 11/30/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Gregory Veritchev & Koba Krutanize (6) d. The Sheik & Sabu (3) when Veritchev made Sabu submit (0:49)

FMW 12/1/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: The Sheik & Sabu (3) d. Sambo Asako & Ricky Fuji when Sheik pinned Ricky (0:57)

FMW 12/2/91: The Sheik & Sabu d. Ricky Fuji & The Shooter when Sabu pinned Shooter (0:11)

FMW 12/3/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Leon Spinks & Rufus Blackborn (6) d. The Sheik & Sabu (3) when Spinks KO'd Sabu (1:48)

FMW 12/5/91: World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: The Sheik & Sabu (4) d. Chong Summusu & Kim Shunki (0) when Sabu pinned Chong (0:11)

FMW 12/6/91 : World Strongest Tag Team Tournament Match: Sambo Asako & Ricky Fuji (5) d. The Sheik & Sabu (4) when Ricky pinned Sabu (1:51)

FMW 12/7/91: The Sheik d. Atsushi Onita (5:02)

FMW 12/8/91: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik & Mark Starr when Goto pinned Starr (8:28) in a Street Fight.

FMW 12/9/91: The Sheik & Sabu d. The Shooter & Eiji Ezaki when Sabu pinned Ezaki (0:49)

FMW 1/5/92: The Sheik d. Ricky Fuji (1:32)

FMW 1/6/92: The Sheik d. Mr. Gannosuke (1:28)

FMW 1/7/92: The Sheik d. The Shooter (1:26)

FMW 1/9/92: The Sheik d. Sambo Asako (0:55)

FMW 1/10/92: Atsushi Onita d. The Sheik (3:18) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Death Match.

FMW 1/12/92: The Sheik d. Mr. Gannosuke (2:19)

FMW 1/13/92: The Sheik & Kevin Sullivan d. Sambo Asako & Ricky Fuji when Sullivan pinned Ricky (3:04)

FMW 1/14/92: The Sheik & Kevin Sullivan d. The Shooter & Ricky Fuji when Sullivan pinned Shooter (2:21)

FMW 1/15/92: Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako d. The Sheik & The Gladiator when Goto pinned Gladiator (2:42)

FMW 4/23/92: The Sheik vs. The Shooter (2:42) went to a Double DQ.

FMW 4/25/92: Tarzan Goto & Mr. Gannosuke d. The Sheik & Centurion when Goto pinned Centurion (7:02)

FMW 4/26/92: The Sheik d. Sambo Asako (1:09)

FMW 4/27/92: The Sheik d. Mr. Gannosuke (2:09)

FMW 4/29/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & The Shooter when Sabu pinned Shooter (4:13)

FMW 4/30/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Mr. Gannosuke when Sheik pinned Gannosuke (4:27)

FMW 5/1/92: The Sheik & Sabu & Horace Boulder d. Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto& The Shooter when Sheik pinned Shooter (8:12) in a Street Fight.

FMW 5/2/92: Atsushi Onita d. The Sheik (4:41) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Death Match.

FMW 5/3/92: Sambo Asako & Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik & The Star Man when Asako pinned Star (3:38)

FMW 5/4/92: The Sheik & The Star Man d. Tarzan Goto & The Shooter when Star pinned Shooter (4:32)

FMW 5/5/92: Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako vs. The Sheik & Centurion went to a No Contest (3:20)

FMW 5/6/92: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (4:31) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Fire Death Match.

FMW 5/24/92: The Sheik d. Sambo Asako (0:58)

FMW 6/16/92: The Sheik d. Ricky Fuji (1:06)

FMW 6/18/92: Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (4:47)

FMW 6/19/92: The Sheik vs. The Great Punk went to a No Contest (1:48)

FMW 6/20/92: The Sheik vs. Mr. Gannosuke went to a No Contest (2:42)

FMW 6/21/92: The Sheik vs. The Great Punk went to a No Contest (2:10)

FMW 6/24/92: The Sheik vs. The Great Punk (2:01) went to a Double DQ.

FMW 6/25/92: WWA Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship Match: The Sheik d. Atsushi Onita (3:29) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Cage Death Match to become the NEW WWA Martial Arts Heavyweight Champion.

FMW 6/26/92: The Sheik vs. Ricky Fuji went to a Double DQ (1:45)

FMW 6/27/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. The Great Punk & Mr. Gannosuke when Sabu pinned Gannosuke (1:20)

FMW 6/28/92: Tarzan Goto & The Great Punk vs. The Sheik & The White African went to a No Contest (4:45)

FMW 7/19/92: The Sheik vs. Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (3:04)

FMW 7/20/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji when Sabu pinned Ricky (5:34)

FMW 7/21/92: Tarzan Goto & The Great Punk vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (3:22)

FMW 7/22/92: The Sheik & Tiger Jeet Singh d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji when Singh pinned Ricky (0:15)

FMW 7/23/92: Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik (2:39)

FMW 7/24/92: The Sheik d. The Great Punk (2:15)

FMW 7/25/92: The Sheik d. Mr. Gannosuke (1:59)

FMW 7/26/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako when Sheik pinned Asako (9:08)

FMW 7/27/92: The Sheik & Horace Boulder d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji when Sheik pinned Ricky (11:05)

FMW 8/2/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & The Great Punk when Sheik pinned Punk (3:46)

FMW 8/4/92: The Sheik & Tiger Jeet Singh d. Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako when Singh pinned Asako (10:47)

FMW 8/6/92: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji when Sheik pinned Ricky (9:42)

FMW 8/7/92: The Sheik & Horace Boulder d. Tarzan Goto & The Great Punk when Boulder pinned Punk (5:40)

FMW 8/8/92: The Sheik d. Sambo Asako (1:30)

FMW 8/8/92: Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik & Sabu when Goto pinned Sabu (8:10)

FMW 8/9/92: Tarzan Goto & The Great Punk vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a Double DQ (6:49)

FMW 8/10/92: The Sheik & Tiger Jeet Singh d. Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto when Singh pinned Goto (12:02) in a Street Fight.

FMW 8/11/92: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto d. Tiger Jeet Singh & The Sheik & Sabu when Goto pinned Sheik (8:43) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Street Fight Death Match.

FMW 1/5/93: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik & Sabu when Onita pinned Sabu (6:09) in a Street Fight.

FMW 1/6/93: The Sheik & Sabu & Dr. Hannibal d. Haystacks Calhoun, Jr. & The Great Punk & Mr. Gannosuke when Sabu pinned Gannosuke (4:29)

FMW 1/8/93: Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik (2:33) via DQ

FMW 1/9/93: The Great Punk d. The Sheik (2:26) via DQ

FMW 1/12/93: The Sheik & Big Titan & The Gladiator & Dr. Luther d. Tarzan Goto & Ricky Fuji & The Great Punk & Mr. Gannosuke in a Single Elimination Match.

FMW 1/13/93: Haystacks Calhoun, Jr. d. The Sheik (2:02) via DQ

FMW 1/14/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Atsushi Onita & The Great Punk when Sabu pinned Punk (10:04)

FMW 1/15/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Atsushi Onita & Mr. Gannosuke when Sabu pinned Gannosuke (10:09)

FMW 1/17/93: Haystacks Calhoun, Jr. d. The Sheik (1:34) via DQ

FMW 1/18/93: United States Championship Match: Atsushi Onita d. The Sheik (7:41) to become the NEW United States Champion.

FMW 1/19/93: Big Titan & The Gladiator & Dr. Luther d. Atsushi Onita & The Sheik & Sabu when Titan pinned Sabu (9:11)

FMW 3/15/93: Judge Dread d. The Sheik (2:08) via DQ

FMW 3/17/93: The Sheik vs. Tiger Jeet Singh went to a Double DQ (1:33)

FMW 3/18/93: Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik (1:41) via DQ

FMW 3/19/93: Judge Dread d. The Sheik (1:38) via DQ

FMW 3/22/93: Judge Dread d. The Sheik (3:12) via DQ

FMW 3/23/93: The Sheik vs. Tiger Jeet Singh, Jr. went to a No Contest (1:23)

FMW 3/24/93: The Sheik vs. Tiger Jeet Singh went to a No Contest (1:20) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Death Match.

FMW 3/25/93: The Sheik vs. Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (2:14)

FMW 3/26/93: The Sheik vs. Big Titan went to a No Contest (1:28)

FMW 3/27/93: Judge Dread d. The Sheik (1:18) via DQ

FMW 4/22/93: Dr. Luther & Dr. Hannibal d. The Sheik & Sabu when Luther pinned Sabu (3:46)

FMW 4/23/93: Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik via DQ (0:57)

FMW 4/24/93: The Sheik vs. Dr. Luther went to a No Contest (1:15)

FMW 4/26/93: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & Dr. Luther went to a Double DQ (6:44)

FMW 4/27/93: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik & Sabu when Goto pinned Sabu (7:10) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Street Fight Death Match.

FMW 4/28/93: The Gladiator & Dr. Luther d. The Sheik & Sabu when Luther pinned Sabu (4:39)

FMW 4/30/93: The Sheik vs. Dr. Hannibal went to a No Contest (1:49)

FMW 5/1/93: The Sheik vs. Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (2:06)

FMW 5/2/93: Dr. Hannibal d. The Sheik (1:35) via DQ

FMW 5/5/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Dr. Luther & Dr. Hannibal when Sabu pinned Luther (6:53)

FMW 7/16/93: The Sheik d. Ricky Fuji (2:39)

FMW 7/17/93: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (4:12)

FMW 7/18/93: Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (5:39)

FMW 7/20/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Mr. Gannosuke when Sabu pinned Gannosuke (5:59)

FMW 7/22/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Eiji Ezaki when Sabu pinned Ezaki (8:26)

FMW 7/23/93: Masked Canadian d. The Sheik (2:10) via DQ

FMW 7/24/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Masked Canadian & White African when Sabu pinned African (2:49)

FMW 7/26/93: The Sheik vs. Big Titan went to a No Contest (2:15)

FMW 7/28/93: The Sheik vs. Masked Canadian went to a No Contest (1:45)

FMW 7/29/93: The Sheik vs. White African went to a No Contest (1:38)

FMW 7/30/93: The Sheik d. Tarzan Goto (3:40) via DQ

FMW 7/31/93: The Sheik & Sabu d. Tarzan Goto & Eiji Ezaki when Sheik pinned Ezaki (2:52)

FMW 8/1/93: Big Titan & The Gladiator d. The Sheik & Sabu when Sheik was DQ'd (2:04)

FMW 8/3/93: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Ricky Fuji & The Masked Canadian went to a No Contest (3:12)

FMW 8/4/93: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & White African went to a No Contest (2:48)

FMW 8/22/93: Terry Funk & Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik & Sabu when Funk KO'd Sabu (6:21)

FMW 8/24/93: The Sheik vs. Mr. Gannosuke went to a No Contest (1:48)

FMW 8/26/93: Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik (1:49) via DQ

FMW 8/27/93: Tarzan Goto & Sambo Asako vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a Double Count Out (7:35)

FMW 8/28/93: Terry Funk d. The Sheik (4:31) via DQ

FMW 8/29/93: Big Titan d. The Sheik (1:33) via DQ

FMW 8/30/93: The Sheik vs. The Gladiator went to a No Contest (2:07)

FMW 8/31/93: The Sheik vs. Big Titan went to a No Contest (2:13)

FMW 9/1/93: Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto d. Mr. Pogo & The Sheik when Onita pinned Sheik (10:03) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Death Match.

FMW 9/2/93: Tarzan Goto d. The Sheik (2:22) via DQ

FMW 9/3/93: The Sheik vs. Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (2:02)

FMW 9/4/93: The Sheik vs. Big Titan went to a No Contest (1:41)

FMW 12/3/93: The Sheik d. Gregory Veritchev (2:01)

FMW 12/4/93: The Sheik & Sabu & Damian d. The Gladiator & Dr. Luther & Ricky Fuji when Sabu pinned Ricky (5:06)

FMW 12/5/93: Tarzan Goto & Gregory Veritchev vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (3:14)

FMW 12/6/93: The Sheik & Sabu & Damian d. Dr. Luther & Dr. Hannibal & Ricky Fuji when Sabu pinned Ricky (4:04)

FMW 12/7/93: Atsushi Onita & Sambo Asako & Mr. Gannosuke d. The Sheik & Sabu & Damian when Onita pinned Damian (9:45) in a No Ropes Barbed wire Street Fight Death Match.

FMW 12/8/93: Dr. Luther & Dr. Hannibal d. The Sheik & Sabu when Luther pinned Sabu (6:03)

FMW 3/12/94: The Sheik & Sabu d. Masaru Toi & Hideki Hosaka when Sabu pinned Toi (1:42)

FMW 3/13/94: 6 Man Tag Team Tournament Match: Mr. Pogo & Goro Tsurumi & Hideki Hosaka d. The Sheik & Sabu & Damian when Tsurumi pinned Damian (7:19)

FMW 3/16/94: The Sheik d. Masaru Toi (1:27)

FMW 3/17/94: The Sheik d. Goro Tsurumi (2:07) via Referee Stoppage.

FMW 3/19/94: The Sheik d. Koji Nakagawa (1:13)

FMW 3/20/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & The Gladiator went to a Double DQ (2:46)

FMW 3/24/94: The Gladiator & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a Double DQ (2:17)

FMW 3/25/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & The Gladiator went to a No Contest (5:01)

FMW 3/27/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & The Gladiator went to a Double DQ (1:52)

FMW 3/29/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Mr. Pogo & Hideki Hosaka went to a No Contest (1:45)

FMW 4/30/94: Mitsuhiro Matsunaga d. The Sheik (9:42) via DQ

FMW 5/1/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (3:34)

FMW 5/3/94: The Sheik vs. Dr. Luther went to a No Contest (2:48)

FMW 5/5/94: Terry Funk d. The Sheik (5:59) via KO

FMW 9/2/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & Dr. Luther went to a No Contest (2:19)

FMW 9/3/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Dr. Luther & Dr. Hannibal went to a No Contest (2:17)

FMW 9/4/94: The Sheik & Sabu d. Mitsuhiro Matsunaga & Koji Nakagawa when Sabu pinned Nakagawa (6:37)

FMW 9/6/94: Dr. Hannibal d. The Sheik (2:37) via DQ

FMW 9/7/94: Dr. Hannibal d. The Sheik (1:23) via DQ

FMW 11/28/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (3:57)

FMW 11/29/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a Double DQ (1:59)

FMW 11/30/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (1:45)

FMW 12/1/94: The Sheik d. Hido (1:37)

FMW 12/2/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik & Sabu when Sabu was DQ'd (2:56)

FMW 12/3/94: Big Titan & Ricky Fuji vs. The Sheik & Sabu went to a No Contest (2:24)

FMW 12/4/94: Big Titan vs. The Sheik went to a No Contest (1:40)

FMW 12/5/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Mitsuhiro Matsunaga & Yukihiro Kanemura went to a No Contest (1:28)

FMW 12/8/94: The Sheik & Sabu vs. Big Titan & Ricky Fuji went to a No Contest (2:19)

FMW 12/9/94: The Sheik & Sabu d. Masashi Aoyagi & Hido when Sabu pinned Hido (5:29)

FMW 12/20/94: The Sheik vs. Masashi Aoyagi went to a No Contest (2:41)

FMW 12/23/94: Ricky Fuji d. The Sheik (2:40) via Count Out.

FMW 5/4/95: Hido d. The Sheik (5:13) via DQ

FMW 5/5/95: The Sheik d. Damian (1:47)

Wow, he started there when he was already 67. Tough fella!

PIRATA MORGAN IN FMW

FMW 6/4/90: Aguicita Solitara d. Pirata Morgan (7:48)

FMW 6/5/90: Aguicita Solitara d. Pirata Morgan (9:55)

FMW 6/7/90: Aguicita Solitara d. Pirata Morgan (12:20)

FMW 6/8/90: Aguicita Solitara d. Pirata Morgan (14:20)

FMW 6/9/90: Aguicita Solitara d. Pirata Morgan (14:17)

FMW 7/16/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:17)

FMW 7/18/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (5:52)

FMW 7/19/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:26)

FMW 7/22/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (5:18)

FMW 7/24/90 : Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:19)

FMW 7/25/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:14)

FMW 7/26/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (8:21)

FMW 7/27/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (7:14)

FMW 7/28/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:58)

FMW 7/31/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (6:51)

FMW 8/2/90: Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Pirata Morgan (5:20)

FMW 8/4/90: Ultra Man & Masacarita Segrada, Jr. d. Yukihide Ueno & Pirata Morgan when when Segrada pinned Morgan (8:17)

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I'm pretty sure I've seen an FMW handheld in which Dr. Hannibal wins a rumble (last eliminating Tarzan Goto, after a bag of 'blinding powder' to the eyes and the fisherman supplex hold).God damn, I loved Luther and Hannibal when I'd see them on old scratchy VHS dupes back in the day. 

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I'm pretty sure I've seen an FMW handheld in which Dr. Hannibal wins a rumble (last eliminating Tarzan Goto, after a bag of 'blinding powder' to the eyes and the fisherman supplex hold).

God damn, I loved Luther and Hannibal when I'd see them on old scratchy VHS dupes back in the day.

 

 

Might have been...

 

FMW 2/19/93

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Big Titan & The Gladiator & Dr. Hannibal & Ricky Fuji & Attila the Hun d. Tarzan Goto & Gregory Veritchev & Sambo Asako & Sabu in a No Ropes Barbed wire Elimination Street Fight Death Match.

  • Tarzan Goto eliminated Attila the Hun (0:38)
  • The Gladiator eliminated Sambo Asako (5:28)
  • Sabu eliminated The Gladiator (6:15)
  • Gregory Veritchev eliminated Ricky Fuji (6:51)
  • Big Titan eliminated Gregory Veritchev (8:02)
  • Big Titan eliminated Sabu (10:19)
  • Tarzan Goto eliminated Big Titan (10:25)
  • Dr. Hannibal  eliminated Tarzan Goto (11:24)

 

BAHU specifically mentions he has a Handheld from this show.

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I got the name Blackborn I believe from a FMW magazine from 1991 that listed every wrestler up at that point in English so there might have been a translation mess up.Also Hi69 = HIROKI

Blackborn wouldn't be said by a Japanese person that different from Blackbone and realistically, probably was an error.

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I looked up the katakana of the name and translated it to Blackburn. So there was just a one letter mess up in the translation of Blackborn when I read it in the magazine.

White African was not Louie Spicolli. I think I read it years and years ago that it was and I originally had it has him years ago. But he is not. White African was a Canadian they brought in through either most likely Big Titan at that point.

I have a handheld with Pirata Morgan and then he is in the 8/4/90 Commercial tape which had the first Exploding Barbed wire Death Match with Onita vs. Goto.

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We have all gotten away from the most important matter

 

Where is my Terry Funk/Leon Spinks footage?

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Looks like that isn't Pirata Morgan but his mini- Piratita Morgan. Note he's only working other minis (Mascarita Sagrada, Aguilita Solitaria etc).

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No FMW TV back then and it was just a house show but I did scan this from a magazine a couple of years ago.

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Well BAHU wins the Internet today

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BAHU tends to do that

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FMW ran from 1989 to 2002, but the spirit lived on in many related companies.

 

 

If you're wanting to incorporate results from all the splinter groups, Onita pro was still running strong in 99, 00, 01, etc..

I noticed because you've got large gaps for Onita in the 00's during periods when he was still really active. 

 

I know BAHU doesn't have them on his stie but results shouldn't be too hard to find i'd imagine. 

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Kikutaro: 17 matches = 14 singles matches (4-10 = 29% win), and 3 tag matches (1-2 = 33% win)

 

 

This stands out as being incomplete

 

Kikutaro = Ebesan =  Mitsunobu Kikuzawa among other names

 

he worked a little bit in dying days FMW and was on a ton of Onita Pro shows in his unmasked Kikuzawa days. Surprisingly (if you only know him in his modern incarnation) fun death match worker back then.  

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Kikutaro: 17 matches = 14 singles matches (4-10 = 29% win), and 3 tag matches (1-2 = 33% win)

 

This stands out as being incomplete

 

Kikutaro = Ebesan =  Mitsunobu Kikuzawa among other names

 

he worked a little bit in dying days FMW and was on a ton of Onita Pro shows in his unmasked Kikuzawa days. Surprisingly (if you only know him in his modern incarnation) fun death match worker back then.

FMW ran from 1989 to 2002, but the spirit lived on in many related companies.

 

If you're wanting to incorporate results from all the splinter groups, Onita pro was still running strong in 99, 00, 01, etc..

I noticed because you've got large gaps for Onita in the 00's during periods when he was still really active. 

 

I know BAHU doesn't have them on his stie but results shouldn't be too hard to find i'd imagine.

I fixed the Ebessen thing in my dataset. Thanks for calling that out! I recall from Colt's interview with him that he worked FMW but I never knew what name he used there.

I did some poking around and came up with about a hundred Onita Pro/Battle Station Onita matches (including about a quarter involving Onita himself) across 19 shows (6/27/1999, 8/22/1999, 9/29/1999, 11/12/1999, 12/26/1999, 1/28/2000, 2/3/2000, 3/14/2000, 5/21/2000, 7/20/2000, 9/24/2000, 1/5/2001, 11/8/2002, 3/26/2005, 7/12/2008, 10/18/2008, 11/1/2008, 11/24/2008, 12/31/2008) that I didn't have. The rest were already in the dataset. I haven't folded these results into the dataset yet, but I have that as a future project.

Thanks for checking it out. I would love to have more mid-90s 2nd tier feds in my dataset. I did do Big Japan 2000-2013 stats a few weeks ago though mid-90s are always more interesting (and tougher to find complete results from).

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