Amigo Tag
Members Masato Yoshino
Shachihoko BOY
Name(s) Amigo Tag
World-1 International
Monster Express
Heights Yoshino: 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)[1]
Boy: 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Debut October 27, 2012
Disbanded October 12, 2016
Years active 2012-2016
Promotion(s) Dragon Gate

Amigo Tag were a Japanese professional wrestling tag team made up of Masato Yoshino and Shachihoko BOY.



On October 27 Shachihoko BOY joined the World-1 International. On November 17 Boy, Yoshino and Doi defeated Team Veteran Returns (Gamma and HUB and Magnitude Kishiwada) and Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Mr. Kyu Kyu Toyonaka Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) Nine Man Three Way Tag Team Elimination match to win the Open the Triangle Gate Championships. Six days later they lost the titles to Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Mr. Kyu Kyu Toyonaka Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito). On March 3 Doi, Boy and Rich Swann defeated Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi HAGeeMee, Mr. Kyu Kyu Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) to regain the Open the Triangle Gate Champions. On May 5 Doi, Swann and Boy defeated Team Veteran Returns (Don Fujii, HUB and Masaaki Mochizuki) at their first sucessful title defense on the next match Yoshino defeated Dragon Kid to win the Open The Brave Gate Championship. On June 5 Doi, Swann and Boy lost the Open The Triangle Gate Titles to M2K (Jimmy Susumu, K-ness and Masaaki Mochizuki). On August 30 Yoshino, Chihiro Tominaga and Ryotsu Shimizu lost to the debuting Millennials (T-Hawk, Eita and U-T) after the match Yoshino vacated the Open the Brave Gate Champion saying that he felt the title should be competed for within the new generation, later that night Doi and Ricochet lost the Open the Twin Gate Champions to We Are Team Veteran (Dragon Kid and K-ness). On September 12, Doi turned on Yoshino and jumped to Mad Blankey, thus ending WORLD-1 INTERNATIONAL.

Monster ExpressEdit

After the disbanding of World-1 International Yoshino quickly formed a new stable named Monster Express with Akira Tozawa, Ricochet, Shachihoko Boy, Shingo Takagi and Uhaa Nation.[2][3] On October 10, Yoshino defeated YAMATO to win the Open The Dream Gate Championship for the second time.[4] On March 2, 2014, Yoshino dropped the Open The Dream Gate Championship to Monster Express stablemate Ricochet.[5]On March 1 2015, Yoshino and Boy won the Open The Twin Gate Champions by defeating MAD BLANKEY (YAMATO and Cyber Kong).On May 30, 2015, Yoshino defeated T-Hawk in the finals to win the 2015 King of Gate tournament.[6] On June 13, 2015 They lost the titles to MAD BLANKEY (YAMATO and Naruki Doi). On June 14, Yoshino defeated BxB Hulk to win the Open the Dream Gate Championship for the third time.[7] Yoshino lost the title to Shingo Takagi on August 16, after the match Shingo turned on due to BOY being MONSTER EXPRESS' weakest member and mocking Yoshino for losing the physical belt and for having to use the old relic of the previous one, [8] On November 23, 2015, Yoshino defeated Mr. Nakagawa via fan decision the Open The Owarai Gate Championship.[9] He was stripped of the title on April 3 due to failure to defend it within the previous three months. On October 12, VerserK forced to disband in a 5 vs 4 Loser Revival Captains Fall match and since then Yoshino and Boy stopped teaming with each other.

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

References Edit

  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Cage
  2. 意地を見せた斎了を下したYamatoに、土井から裏切られた吉野が挑戦表明!ジミーズを下したミレニアルズはベテラン軍を指名! (in Japanese). Battle News (2013-09-13). Retrieved on 2013-09-13.
  3. ja:吉野、鷹木、戸澤らの新ユニット本格始動 トライアングルゲート戦はMBに苦杯 (in Japanese). Sports Navi. Yahoo! (2013-10-07). Retrieved on 2013-10-07.
  4. 吉野がYamatoを下してドリームゲート王座奪取!早速土井が挑戦者に名乗り!ベテラン軍がミレニアルズを叩き潰す! (in Japanese). Battle News (2013-10-10). Retrieved on 2013-10-10.
  5. Meltzer, Dave 2014-03-02. Shocking title change in Japan . Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved on 2014-03-02.
  6. King of Gate (in Japanese). Dragon Gate. Gaora. Retrieved on 2015-05-30.
  7. ドラゲー・吉野がハルク破り王座奪還 (in Japanese). Tokyo Sports (2015-06-15). Retrieved on 2015-06-15.
  8. 鷹木がドリーム王座奪取 独裁政権樹立へ (in Japanese). Tokyo Sports (2015-08-17). Retrieved on 2015-08-17.
  9. 11/23 CROWN GATE - iHeartDG . (2015-11-23). Retrieved on 2015-11-23.
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