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In January 1997, Matsunaga would come up with the Barbwire Circus Net Deathmatch idea, where there was a scaffold in the ring and a net made out of barbwire would be attached to the bottom rope. He teamed with the Great Kojika to face Shoji Nakamaki and [[Ryuji Yamakawa|Seiji Yamakawa]], and scored the victory over Yamakawa in a very spotty contest. On April 1, 1997, Matsunaga teamed with (former FMW and IWA Japan ace) Tarzan Goto to oppose Shoji Nakamaki and Seiji Yamakawa in an 8,000-volt Bug Zapper Deathmatch, which was won after Matsunaga powerbombed Yamakawa into a board of bug zappers. On June 3, 1997, Matsunaga faced Seiji Yamakawa (later known as Ryuji Yamakawa) in a No-Rope Barbwire Double Hell Fire Stones Deathmatch where Matsunaga went over victorious.
 
In January 1997, Matsunaga would come up with the Barbwire Circus Net Deathmatch idea, where there was a scaffold in the ring and a net made out of barbwire would be attached to the bottom rope. He teamed with the Great Kojika to face Shoji Nakamaki and [[Ryuji Yamakawa|Seiji Yamakawa]], and scored the victory over Yamakawa in a very spotty contest. On April 1, 1997, Matsunaga teamed with (former FMW and IWA Japan ace) Tarzan Goto to oppose Shoji Nakamaki and Seiji Yamakawa in an 8,000-volt Bug Zapper Deathmatch, which was won after Matsunaga powerbombed Yamakawa into a board of bug zappers. On June 3, 1997, Matsunaga faced Seiji Yamakawa (later known as Ryuji Yamakawa) in a No-Rope Barbwire Double Hell Fire Stones Deathmatch where Matsunaga went over victorious.
   
On April 5, 1998 in BJW, Matsunaga, Nakamaki, Jason The Terrible and Masked GK would face off against Mr. Pogo's Shadow Army of himself, Shadow WX, Shadow W*inger and Shadow VII in the infamous Big Japan W*ING Big Born Crisis Deathmatch ; the match had barbwire boards, a baseball bat wrapped in barbwire, cactus, beds of nails, light bulbs, scorpions, thumbtacks, a scaffold, a barbwire circus net, fire stones, dry ice and all of Pogo's weapons. Matsunaga pinned Shadow W*inger, following a second rope powerbomb onto a bed of nails with the cactus on it. On August 23, 1998 Matsunaga competed in the Big Japan Deathmatch Tournament to crown the first ever [[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship|BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Champion]]; he was victorious over Jason The Terrible (in a Barbwire Bat and Barbwire Boards Deathmatch) and Shadow Winger (in a No-Rope Barbwire Deathmatch), but was defeated by Mr. Pogo in a No-Rope Barbwire Fire, Glass & Coffin Deathmatch. A month later, Matsunaga would defeat Pogo in a rematch to become the new BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Champion.
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On April 5, 1998 in BJW, Matsunaga, Nakamaki, Jason The Terrible and Masked GK would face off against Mr. Pogo's Shadow Army of himself, Shadow WX, Shadow W*inger and Shadow VII in the infamous Big Japan W*ING Big Born Crisis Deathmatch ; the match had barbwire boards, a baseball bat wrapped in barbwire, cactus, beds of nails, light bulbs, scorpions, thumbtacks, a scaffold, a barbwire circus net, fire stones, dry ice and all of Pogo's weapons. Matsunaga pinned Shadow W*inger, following a second rope powerbomb onto a bed of nails with the cactus on it. On August 23, 1998 Matsunaga competed in the Big Japan Deathmatch Tournament to crown the first ever [[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship|BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Champion]]; he was victorious over Jason The Terrible (in a Barbwire Bat and Barbwire Boards Deathmatch) and Shadow Winger (in a No-Rope Barbwire Deathmatch), but was defeated by Mr.Pogo in a No-Rope Barbwire Fire, Glass & Coffin Deathmatch. A month later, Matsunaga would defeat Pogo in a rematch to win his first title reign.
   
 
On August 2000, Matsunaga would team with Jun Kasai to face against [[John Zandig]] and [[Nick Gage]] in a Super Fire Road Deathmatch, which quickly became out of control as the ring was set on fire by the invading CZW wrestlers. Zandig would end up pinning Matsunaga for the win. Surprisingly, Matsunaga competed on a [[Pro Wrestling Noah]] show against [[2 Cold Scorpio]] on June 2001.
 
On August 2000, Matsunaga would team with Jun Kasai to face against [[John Zandig]] and [[Nick Gage]] in a Super Fire Road Deathmatch, which quickly became out of control as the ring was set on fire by the invading CZW wrestlers. Zandig would end up pinning Matsunaga for the win. Surprisingly, Matsunaga competed on a [[Pro Wrestling Noah]] show against [[2 Cold Scorpio]] on June 2001.
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===Freelance (2002–2009)===
 
===Freelance (2002–2009)===
On March 2002, Matsunaga would make a surprise appearance on a [[Toryumon Japan]] show where he would defeat [[Stalker Ichikawa]] and cut him open with a knife. At an Onita FMW show on May 4, 2002, Matsunaga and [[BADBOY Hido|Hido]] faced off in a 30,000 Thumbtack, Scorpions and Barbed wire Boards Deathmatch, which Hido won by accident after Matsunaga walked barefoot on a thumbtack-ridden barbwire board (with Hido in an Argentine Backbreaker) and quit. In WWS on May 29, 2002, Matsunaga defeated Hido in a return match after he executed a splash off the top rope on to Hido, sending him through a thumbtack covered table. At yet another Onita FMW show on July 30, 2002, Matsunaga faced Hido in a Thumbtack Canvas, Rose Thorn Board & Barbwire Bat Deathmatch, which Matsunaga won accidentally after Hido attempted a W*ING-style Sleeper, but Matsunaga fell backwards and pinned Hido's shoulders to the mat. In [[World Entertainment Wrestling|WEW]] in August 2002, Hido defeated Matsunaga in a brief 8 minute brawl at a house show. Matsunaga decided to join Gannosuke's [[Wrestling Marvelous Future|WMF]] shortly thereafter, briefly feuding with [[Yoshinori Sasaki|Mammoth Sasaki]].
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On March 2002, Matsunaga would make a surprise appearance on a Toryumon Japan show where he would defeat [[Stalker Ichikawa]] and cut him open with a knife. At an Onita FMW show on May 4, 2002, Matsunaga and [[BADBOY Hido|Hido]] faced off in a 30,000 Thumbtack, Scorpions and Barbed wire Boards Deathmatch, which Hido won by accident after Matsunaga walked barefoot on a thumbtack-ridden barbwire board (with Hido in an Argentine Backbreaker) and quit. In WWS on May 29, 2002, Matsunaga defeated Hido in a return match after he executed a splash off the top rope on to Hido, sending him through a thumbtack covered table. At yet another OnitaFMW show on July 30, 2002, Matsunaga faced Hido in a Thumbtack Canvas, Rose Thorn Board & Barbwire Bat Deathmatch, which Matsunaga won accidentally after Hido attempted a W*ING-style Sleeper, but Matsunaga fell backwards and pinned Hido's shoulders to the mat. In [[World Entertainment Wrestling|WEW]] in August 2002, Hido defeated Matsunaga in a brief 8 minute brawl at a house show. Matsunaga decided to join Gannosuke's [[Wrestling Marvelous Future|WMF]] shortly thereafter, briefly feuding with [[Yoshinori Sasaki|Mammoth Sasaki]].
   
 
In Rainbow Promotions on January 25, 2003, Matsunaga teamed up with BADBOY Hido, [[Masashi Honda|Mr. Gannosuke]], [[Kazuya Yuasa]] and [[Command Bolshoi]] to defeat the team of Mr. Pogo, [[Shoichi Ichinomiya]], [[Masao Orihara]], [[Goemon|GOEMON]] and [[Ofune]]. On May 5, 2003, Matsunaga teamed up with Jun Kasai to defeat BADBOY Hido and [[GOSAKU]] in a Spidernet Barbed Wire Boards and Bed of Nails Deathmatch. Matsunaga has kept a low profile over the past few years, but returned as part of the Ogashawara's "Karate force's", in an angle (similar to the "Stop the Sheik" campaign) called "Stop the Matsunaga" in the [[Pro Wrestling Zero1]] promotion.
 
In Rainbow Promotions on January 25, 2003, Matsunaga teamed up with BADBOY Hido, [[Masashi Honda|Mr. Gannosuke]], [[Kazuya Yuasa]] and [[Command Bolshoi]] to defeat the team of Mr. Pogo, [[Shoichi Ichinomiya]], [[Masao Orihara]], [[Goemon|GOEMON]] and [[Ofune]]. On May 5, 2003, Matsunaga teamed up with Jun Kasai to defeat BADBOY Hido and [[GOSAKU]] in a Spidernet Barbed Wire Boards and Bed of Nails Deathmatch. Matsunaga has kept a low profile over the past few years, but returned as part of the Ogashawara's "Karate force's", in an angle (similar to the "Stop the Sheik" campaign) called "Stop the Matsunaga" in the [[Pro Wrestling Zero1]] promotion.
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==In wrestling==
 
==In wrestling==
 
*'''Finishing moves'''
 
*'''Finishing moves'''
**One shoulder powerbomb
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:*One shoulder powerbomb
**Scissors kick
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:*Scissors kick
   
 
*'''Signature moves'''
 
*'''Signature moves'''
**Fireball
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:*Fireball
**Roundhouse kick
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:*Roundhouse kick
**''W*ING Submission Special'' (Sharpshooter with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's legs)
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:*''W*ING Submission Special'' (Sharpshooter with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's legs)
**''W*ING Submission Special II'' (Rear naked choke with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's throat)
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:*''W*ING Submission Special II'' (Rear naked choke with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's throat)
**''W*ING Submission Special III'' (STF with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's throat)
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:*''W*ING Submission Special III'' (STF with a barbed wire baseball bat pressed against the opponent's throat)
   
 
*'''Nicknames'''
 
*'''Nicknames'''
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==Championships and accomplishments==
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
*'''[[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]]'''
**[[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship]] ([[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship#Title History|2 times]])
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:*[[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship]] ([[BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship#Title History|2 times]])
   
 
*'''[[Cho Sento Puroresu FMW|Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Cho Sento Puroresu FMW|Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]]'''
**[[FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship]] ([[FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship#Title History|1 time]]) – with [[Atsushi Onita]]
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:*[[FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship]] ([[FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship#Title History|1 time]]) – with [[Atsushi Onita]]
   
 
*'''[[Wrestling International New Generations]]'''
 
*'''[[Wrestling International New Generations]]'''
**[[W*ING World Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) – with [[Kintaro Kanemura|Yukihiro Kanemura]]
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:*[[W*ING World Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) – with [[Kintaro Kanemura|Yukihiro Kanemura]]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}[[Category:Wrestlers]]
 
{{Reflist}}[[Category:Wrestlers]]
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