"Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa battled even bigger opponents like Akebono in his second series.

The "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa Bosou 10 Match Series is a ten-match trial series "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa undertook in Dragon Gate from March 2007 through July 2009. It is a follow-up to the original Stalker Ichikawa Bosou 10 Match Series from Toryumon Japan.


After Stalker Ichikawa "retired" in November 12, 2006, he returned a week later as Stalker Ichikawa Z. He also immediately announced his intentions to start a new Bosou 10 Match Series. The new series would follow the same premise as the first, where he, widely regarded as the weakest wrestler in the world, would take one some of the most famous opponents in the business. This time around, he promised fans that the names he competed against would be even bigger than his prior undertaking.

Following the first match in the new series, Ichikawa embarked on his first United States trip in May 2007. Upon returning, he changed his name to "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa, which has since become permanent. He did wrestle once in the series in cosplay fashion, becoming ICHIKAWA, a parody of the heel persona of his opponent Great Sasuke. ICHIKAWA would actually end up winning the match, as a result of Sasuke nearly killing himself, as usual. This would be the only victory gained during the new series, but it was still nonetheless far more successful than his earlier effort.


# Opponent Date Location Result Note
1 Jun Akiyama March 25, 2007 Tsu, Mie Akiyama in 4:50
Towel Throw -> TKO
Ichikawa competed as Stalker Ichikawa Z.
2 Yuji Nagata July 1, 2007 Kobe, Hyogo Nagata in 5:05
Left Middle Kick
3 Shinobu Kandori May 5, 2008 Aichi Kandori in 0:18
Restart: Kandori in 0:33
4 Great Sasuke July 27, 2008 Kobe, Hyogo ICHIKAWA in 6:23
Sasuke Senton Atomico from Ladder Jibaku -> Pin Fall
Ichikawa cosplaying as ICHIKAWA.
5 Necro Butcher September 5, 2008 Bell Gardens, California Necro in 0:18
Face Punch
Restart: Necro in 6:23
Tiger Driver
6 Shiro Koshinaka November 16, 2008 Osaka Koshinaka in 3:43
Diving Hip Attack
7 Akebono December 28, 2008 Fukuoka Akebono in 2:41
Running Body Press
8 Kensuke Sasaki March 22, 2009 Tokyo Sasaki in 1:30
Northern Light Bomb
9 Ultraman Robin July 8, 2009 Tokyo Robin in 7:11
Dos Caras Special
10 Abdullah The Butcher July 19, 2009 Kobe, Hyogo Abdullah in 2:34
Elbow Drop
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