Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==Career== Fujita started in [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]] as a protégé of its top junior heavyweight, [[Yoshihiro Tajiri]]. When Tajiri, who was Big Japan junior heavyweight champion, quit the company and gave up the title, Fujita had a decision match against Katsumi Usuda from the [[Battlarts]] promotion but ended up losing. Fujita spent his time leaving Big Japan to venture into other Japanese independents, meeting [[Ikuto Hidaka]] of Battlarts along the way and making memorable tag team matches with him. The combination, however, despite their combined talent, could not have a future due to their separate schedules; Fujita tried a move to [[Michinoku Pro Wrestling]] in 2000, but despite the higher exposure, it did little for him financially and did not raise his stock as a viable junior heavyweight contender. He thus headed for Mexico and Puerto Rico, where he won his first major title, the International Wrestling Association junior heavyweight title. Returning to Japan in 2002, he entered [[New Japan Pro Wrestling]] (to which he had been once before, in a Best of the Super Junior tournament), to challenge the heavyweight division, but nothing came out of it. He then headed to [[Taka Michinoku]]'s [[Kaientai Dojo]] promotion, but despite being promoted as a tough-to beat heel, he was never able to win titles there. A change of pace came in 2004 when he joined [[Pro Wrestling Zero1|Pro Wrestling Zero-One]], where old friend Hidaka awaited. The two began teaming more frequently and this time they clicked, collecting several tag team titles along the way. Their greatest victory came in March 2006, when they defeated [[Pro Wrestling Noah]] stars [[Yoshinobu Kanemaru]] and [[Takashi Sugiura]] to win the [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship]]. Since then Fujita has been a rising star in Japan and has finally shed the "underachiever" tag he was saddled with by foreign observers of puroresu. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Puroresu System Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://puroresusystem.fandom.com/wiki/Minoru_Fujita"