Members See below
Debut October 22, 2002
Disbanded February 4, 2007
Promotion(s) Toryumon Japan
Dragon Gate

Do FIXER was one of the heel stables in the Toryumon Japan promotion and face stable in Dragon Gate. It was formed in October 28, 2002 by Darkness Dragon. The stable was disbanded in February 4, 2007 when Genki Horiguchi turned on Ryo Saito. Saito with Dragon Kid formed a stable with Cima, Anthony W. Mori and Susumu Yokosuka named Typhoon.

History[edit | edit source]

Formation[edit | edit source]

On October 22, 2002 Darkness Dragon and Dragon Kid formed a stable named Do FIXER. On October 28 Magnum TOKYO dissolved M2K when Yasushi Kanda got retired and they announced that he and the remnants of M2K were the real Do FIXER, that Darkness Dragon - now renamed K-ness - was still a member of the group and was sent into the home army (Seikigun) to cause problems within it. At end of 2002 Dragon Kid betrayed Darkness Dragon in a tag team match when he walked away of the match. Later Darkness Dragon renamed imself to K-ness. In December Ryo Saito joined the stable betreying Anthony W. Mori and proving his allenignece to the stable. On April 22, 2003 Genki Horiguchi lost against Cima in a tournament final to become the Último Dragón Gym Championship. On May 16, 2003 Genki Horiguchi, Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka defeated Crazy Max (Cima, Suwa and Big Fuji) for the UWA World Trios Championship. On June 29, 2003 Magnum TOKYO defeated CIMA for the Último Dragón Gym Championship and also Horiguchi, Saito and Yokosuka lost the UWA World Trios Championship to Keni'chiro Arai, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki. At the end of 2003 there had been problems between Magnum TOKYO and the remaining stable members. On September 26, 2003 in a five-way match Magnum Tokyo betrayed Horiguchi and his head was shaved. On February 8, 2004 K-ness had a shoulder injury and missed in a long-term. On June 2004 Susumu Yokosuka left the stable. On July 4 K-ness left the stable and recreated the Final M2K. On the next day Último Dragón left the Toryumon Gym in Mexico and took the name and trademarks with him. The promotion subsequently changed its name to Dragon Gate also Magnum TOKYO and Dragon Kid joined the stable. On November 2004 Naoki Tanisaki joined the stable and later the stable turned face.

Championships success[edit | edit source]

On March 5 Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito defeated Blood Generation (CIMA, Naruki Doi and Shingo Takagi) to win the Open The Triangle Gate Championship also, Anthony W. Mori wanted to join to the stable but Magnum reject him. On March 27 Magnum Tokyo stepped down as a leader and appointed Ryo Saito as the new leader of the stable. On July 3 Kid, Horiguchi and Saito lost the Open the Triangle Gate Championship to CIMA, Naruki Doi and Don Fujii. Six days later Kid, Horiguchi and Saito defeated CIMA, Naruki Doi and Don Fujii to win the Open the Triangle Gate Championship for the second time. Three days later Kid, Horiguchi and Saito lost the champions to Blood Generation (CIMA, Magnitude Kishiwada and Masato Yoshino) originally it was a two out of three falls match which Kid, Horiguchi and Saito won 2-1, winning both falls by disqualification but the match was restarted as an elimination match, which Blood Generation won. On November 13, 2005 Dragon Kid defeated Naruki Doi to win the Open the Brave Gate Championship. On January 8, 2006 Dragon Kid, Naoki Tanizaki and Ryo Saito received an opportunity for the Open The Triangle Gate Championship but they lost to the champions Blood Generation (CIMA, Magnitude Kishiwada & Masato Yoshino). On February 5 the match of Dragon Kid vs Masato Yoshino ended in a no contest due to the outside interference from both stables and the Open the Brave Gate Championship was declared vacant. On February 24 Ryo Saito defeated Magnitude Kishiwada to win Open The Dream Gate Championship. On March 19 Dragon Kid and Naoki Tanizaki received an opportunity for vacant Open The Brave Gate Championship in a Three-way but they failed to win the champion and the winner was Masato Yoshino. On March 30 Dragon Kid and Genki Horiguchi made their debut at the American promotion Ring of Honor losing to AJ Styles and Matt Sydal. On April 12, 2006 Naoki Tanisaki turned on the stable and joined to Blood Generation also Magnum TOKYO retired due to injuries.

Disbanding[edit | edit source]

On April 23, Ryo Saito lost the Open Dream Gate Championship to Susumu Yokosuka. At the end of 2006 there had been problems between Ryo Saito and Genki Horiguchi and they were in a disagreement. On September 30 Kid, Horiguchi and Ryo Saito defeated Blood Generation (CIMA and Jack Evans) and BxB Hulk for the Open the Triangle Gate Championship, Fifty days later they had to vacate the titles due to Kid suffering from appendicitis they didn't had a rematch due to Dragon's sustained illness. On February 4, 2007 Genki Horiguchi turned on Ryo Saito and the stable was disbanded. Later On February 27, Saito with Kid formed a stable with Cima, Anthony W. Mori and Susumu Yokosuka named Typhoon.

Members[edit | edit source]

Members Time
Ryo Saito (second leader) December 2002February 4, 2007
Dragon Kid October 22, 2002 - October 28, 2002
July 4, 2004February 4, 2007
Genki Horiguchi October 28, 2004February 4, 2007
Magnum Tokyo (first leader) October 28, 2004April 2006
Naoki Tanizaki November 2004April 12, 2006
K-ness October 22, 2002July 4, 2004
Susumu Yokosuka October 28, 2002July 4, 2004

Championships and accomplishments[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. King of Gate Tournament 2005 . Pro Wrestling History (2005-12-27). Retrieved on 2010-04-18.

External links[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

<gallery columns="3" spacing="small" widths="200" captionalign="center" bordersize="medium" bordercolor="#DA70D6" captionsize="small" captiontextcolor="#000000"> Magnumgym.jpg|Magnum TOKYO as the Ultimo Dragon Gym Champion UWA jimmyz.jpg|Genki Horiguchi, Susumu Yokosuka and Ryo Saito as the UWA World Trios Champions Ryodream.jpeg|Saito as the Open The Dream Gate Champion KidBraveFixer.jpg|Dragon Kid as Open The Brave Gate Champion

68.jpg|Kid, Horiguchi and Saito as the Open the Triangle Gate Champions

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