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|debut = October 6, 1989
 
|debut = October 6, 1989
 
|retired = December 23, 2009
 
|retired = December 23, 2009
}}{{nihongo|'''Mitsuhiro Matsunaga'''|松永 光弘|Matsunaga Mitsuhiro|born March 24, 1966}} is a Japanese professional wrestler<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/41677/this-day-in-history-andre-knocks-out-gorilla-the-start-of-the-megapowers-angle-beats-austin-for-the-world-title-and-more.html?p=1|title=THIS DAY IN HISTORY: ANDRE KNOCKS OUT GORILLA, THE START OF THE MEGAPOWERS, ANGLE BEATS AUSTIN FOR THE WORLD TITLE AND MORE | PWInsider.com|last=Woodward|first=Buck|date=23 September 2009|work=PW Insider|accessdate=26 April 2011}}</ref> and martial artist best known for his infamous death match style in [[Cho Sento Puroresu FMW|Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]], [[W*ING Terrorists|Wrestling International New Generations]] (also known as W*ING Terrorist) and [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]]. He is related to the infamous Matsunaga brothers who founded [[All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling]] and W*ING, and is the first quasi-shoot style wrestler to adopt a Deathmatch style.
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{{nihongo|'''Mitsuhiro Matsunaga'''|松永 光弘|Matsunaga Mitsuhiro|born March 24, 1966}} is a Japanese professional wrestler<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/41677/this-day-in-history-andre-knocks-out-gorilla-the-start-of-the-megapowers-angle-beats-austin-for-the-world-title-and-more.html?p=1|title=THIS DAY IN HISTORY: ANDRE KNOCKS OUT GORILLA, THE START OF THE MEGAPOWERS, ANGLE BEATS AUSTIN FOR THE WORLD TITLE AND MORE | PWInsider.com|last=Woodward|first=Buck|date=23 September 2009|work=PW Insider|accessdate=26 April 2011}}</ref> and martial artist best known for his infamous death match style in [[Cho Sento Puroresu FMW|Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]], [[Wrestling International New Generations]] (also known as W*ING) and [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]]. He is related to the infamous Matsunaga brothers who founded [[All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling]] and W*ING, and is the first quasi-shoot style wrestler to adopt a Deathmatch style.
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
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In his spare time, Matsunaga teaches Karate and avidly arm wrestles. He additionally owns a steak house in Tokyo.
 
In his spare time, Matsunaga teaches Karate and avidly arm wrestles. He additionally owns a steak house in Tokyo.
   
In December 2009, Matsunaga announced he will retire from the ring at the end of the year. He wrestled his last match on December 23, losing to fellow [[Masashi Aoyagi]] student, former W*ING and current NOAH superstar [[Akitoshi Saito]].
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In December 2009, Matsunaga announced he will retire from the ring at the end of the year. He wrestled his last match on December 23, losing to fellow [[Masashi Aoyagi]] student, former W*ING and current NOAH superstar [[Akitoshi Saito]].
 
== Other media ==
 
== Other media ==
 
Matsunaga, appears as a playable character in the video games ''Fire Pro Wrestling 2 ''and Fire Pro Wrestling Returns.
 
Matsunaga, appears as a playable character in the video games ''Fire Pro Wrestling 2 ''and Fire Pro Wrestling Returns.
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**[[W*ING World Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) – with [[Kintaro Kanemura|Yukihiro Kanemura]]
 
**[[W*ING World Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) – with [[Kintaro Kanemura|Yukihiro Kanemura]]
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:FMW Roster]]
 
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[[Category:W*ING alumin]]
 
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