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Tanabe would make his official announcement of his return to the ring on February 14, 2010. He stated that he would look to compete in both Kaientai-Dojo and [[Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS|FREEDOMS]] going forward. He also stated that he would like to be known as and would now be wrestling as '''Hiroki''' (stylised in all capital letters), his birth name, instead of Hi69. His return match would be held on April 6 for K-Dojo when he teamed with Miyawake in a loss to his trainer Taka Michinoku and the man he made his debut against, Yasu Urano.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=49556</ref> On May 26 at a Freedom show, Hiroki faced Ishii in a match billed as a "revenge match", with Ishii portraying the heel and claiming responsibility for Hiroki's serious injury. The match was won by Ishii.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=51719</ref> On May 26, HIROKI would have a revenge match against Ishii, but would suffer defeat. On September 29, 2010 he defeated [[Tiger Shark]] won the [[WAR International Junior Heavyweight Championship|International Junior Heavyweight Championship]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=56245</ref> On December 14, he dropped the title to [[Ryuji Hijikata]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=58559</ref> On September 28, 2011 Hiroki and [[Yusaku Obata]] defeated Kintaro Kanemura and [[Tetsuhiro Kuroda]] to win the WEW Tag Team Championship. On March 25, 2012 Hiroki and Obata lost the titles to [[Manjimaru]] and [[Takeshi Minamino]]. On January 6 at FREEDOMS Hiroki, [[Kamui]] and Takashi Sasaki defeated Captain Abnormal, [[Jun Kasai]] and [[Minoru Fujita]] to win the New Year Six Man Tag Tournament. On February 27 Hiroki took part in a tournament to crown the first [[King of FREEDOM World Championship]]. Hiroki would loose in the first round to Takashi Sasaki. On April 14 Hiroki and [[Masamune]] defeated [[Amigo Suzuki]] and [[CHANGO]] to win the [[GWC Tag Team Championship]]. On August 21 Hiroki participated in the Deathmatch Tournament where he lost at the first round to [[Violento Jack]] in a Freestyle Deathmatch. On October 6 Hiroki and Masamune lost the GWC Tag Team Champions to CHANGO and this time Jun Ogawachi. On February 5, 2014 he won the [[UWA World Tag Team Championship]] with Yasu Urano. They would hold the tiles until April 27 when they lost the titles to [[Hiroshi Fukuda]] and [[Men's Teioh]]. On September 5 he return to his old ring name HI69. On January 3, 2015 Hi69 would take part of the One Day Tournament. He would make into to the semifinals of the tournament losing to Gentaro. On May 15, 2016 Hi69 and [[HASEGAWA]] won the WEW Tag Team Championship by defeating MIKAMI and [[Rion Mizuki]]. They would lose the titles to [[Kintaro Kanemura]] and [[Tetsuhiro Kuroda]]. On October 2 Hi69 unsuccessfully challenged [[Koji Kanemoto]] for the [[WEW Heavyweight Championship]].
 
Tanabe would make his official announcement of his return to the ring on February 14, 2010. He stated that he would look to compete in both Kaientai-Dojo and [[Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS|FREEDOMS]] going forward. He also stated that he would like to be known as and would now be wrestling as '''Hiroki''' (stylised in all capital letters), his birth name, instead of Hi69. His return match would be held on April 6 for K-Dojo when he teamed with Miyawake in a loss to his trainer Taka Michinoku and the man he made his debut against, Yasu Urano.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=49556</ref> On May 26 at a Freedom show, Hiroki faced Ishii in a match billed as a "revenge match", with Ishii portraying the heel and claiming responsibility for Hiroki's serious injury. The match was won by Ishii.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=51719</ref> On May 26, HIROKI would have a revenge match against Ishii, but would suffer defeat. On September 29, 2010 he defeated [[Tiger Shark]] won the [[WAR International Junior Heavyweight Championship|International Junior Heavyweight Championship]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=56245</ref> On December 14, he dropped the title to [[Ryuji Hijikata]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=58559</ref> On September 28, 2011 Hiroki and [[Yusaku Obata]] defeated Kintaro Kanemura and [[Tetsuhiro Kuroda]] to win the WEW Tag Team Championship. On March 25, 2012 Hiroki and Obata lost the titles to [[Manjimaru]] and [[Takeshi Minamino]]. On January 6 at FREEDOMS Hiroki, [[Kamui]] and Takashi Sasaki defeated Captain Abnormal, [[Jun Kasai]] and [[Minoru Fujita]] to win the New Year Six Man Tag Tournament. On February 27 Hiroki took part in a tournament to crown the first [[King of FREEDOM World Championship]]. Hiroki would loose in the first round to Takashi Sasaki. On April 14 Hiroki and [[Masamune]] defeated [[Amigo Suzuki]] and [[CHANGO]] to win the [[GWC Tag Team Championship]]. On August 21 Hiroki participated in the Deathmatch Tournament where he lost at the first round to [[Violento Jack]] in a Freestyle Deathmatch. On October 6 Hiroki and Masamune lost the GWC Tag Team Champions to CHANGO and this time Jun Ogawachi. On February 5, 2014 he won the [[UWA World Tag Team Championship]] with Yasu Urano. They would hold the tiles until April 27 when they lost the titles to [[Hiroshi Fukuda]] and [[Men's Teioh]]. On September 5 he return to his old ring name HI69. On January 3, 2015 Hi69 would take part of the One Day Tournament. He would make into to the semifinals of the tournament losing to Gentaro. On May 15, 2016 Hi69 and [[HASEGAWA]] won the WEW Tag Team Championship by defeating MIKAMI and [[Rion Mizuki]]. They would lose the titles to [[Kintaro Kanemura]] and [[Tetsuhiro Kuroda]]. On October 2 Hi69 unsuccessfully challenged [[Koji Kanemoto]] for the [[WEW Heavyweight Championship]].
   
===Return to Kaientai Dojo (2010–2016)===
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===Return to Kaientai Dojo (2010-2016)===
 
In 2010 Hiroki would start to compete in Kaientai-Dojo more regularly. On June 24 Hiroki would compete at the 2010 Strongest-K Tournament. He would then lose in the first round to his former partner Yuji Hino. On August 15 Hi69 and Kengo Mashimo defeated [[Kaji Tomato]] and [[Taishi Takizawa]] to with the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=55102</ref> After 420 days Hi69 and Mashimo lost the titles to [[Ryuichi Sekine]] and [[Saburo Inematsu]]..<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=70612</ref> On November 6 Hiroki defeated [[Daigoro Kashiwa]] to win the [[Independent Junior Heavyweight Championship]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=71427</ref> At the beginning of 2012 Hiroki and Gentaro participated at the [[Kaienatai Dojo Tag League]] 2012. The two made their way to the finals until they lost to Kengo Mashimo and TAKA Michinoku. On March 3 Hiroki and [[Isami Kodaka]] defeated [[Hiro Tonai]] and [[Yuki Sato]] to win the #1 Contendership for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. They would unsuccessfully challenge Mashimo and Michinoku for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. On January 26 Hiroki lost the Independent Junior Heavyweight Championship to [[Ricky Fuji]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=90790</ref> In the summer of 2013 HIROKI and Yuji Hino unsuccessfully challenged this time Daigoro Kashiwa and Ricky Fuji for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. On February 16, Hiroki and Hino defeated Hiro Tonai and Yuki Sato in the finals to win the 2014 [[Bo-so Golden Tag Tournament]].<ref name="KDojo021614">{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/1402/140216.html | title = 2014年2月16日(日)Club-K Super in Blue Field(千葉・Blue Field)|accessdate=February 16, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> This led to a match on March 2, where Hiroki and Hino defeated Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku to win the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship.<ref name="StrKTagHiroki1">{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/1403/140302.html | title = 2014年3月2日(日)Club-K Super in Blue Field(千葉・Blue Field) | accessdate=March 2, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> In September 2014, he once again began competing as Hi69. On November 3, Hi69 and Hino lost the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship to Kaji Tomato and [[Shiori Asahi]].<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/club-k-super-in-後楽園ホール-2/ | title = Club-K Super in 後楽園ホール | accessdate=November 3, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> Also in 2014, Hiroki formed [[HHHH]] with Yuji Hino, Hiro Tonai and [[Yoshihiro Horaguchi|Yoshihiro Horaguchi]]. On February 22, 2015 he defeated [[Atsushi Maruyama]] to regain the [[Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship]]. He would hold the title until on April 12 when he lost to [[Isami Kodaka]]. On October 27 HHHH disband when Hino left Kaientai Dojo. On December 27 he formed stable with Ricky Fuji, Taka Michinoku and [[Men's Teioh]] named [[Team69Roll]]. They would be later joined by [[MIKAMI]]. On February 22 Hi69 and Michinoku would take part of the 2016 Bo-So Golden Tag Tournament. The duo would make into the semifinals until they lost to [[Magatsuki]] ([[Tank Nagai]] and [[Yuma]]). Later that year Hi69 and Diagoro Kashiwa would challenge Tank Nagai into a Champion of Strongest-K title match. Hi69 would then defeat Kashiwa to become the #1 Contender for the Champion of Strongest-K title match. This led to on April 17 Hi69 unsuccessfully challenged Nagai for the Champion of Strongest-K.
 
In 2010 Hiroki would start to compete in Kaientai-Dojo more regularly. On June 24 Hiroki would compete at the 2010 Strongest-K Tournament. He would then lose in the first round to his former partner Yuji Hino. On August 15 Hi69 and Kengo Mashimo defeated [[Kaji Tomato]] and [[Taishi Takizawa]] to with the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship.<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=55102</ref> After 420 days Hi69 and Mashimo lost the titles to [[Ryuichi Sekine]] and [[Saburo Inematsu]]..<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=70612</ref> On November 6 Hiroki defeated [[Daigoro Kashiwa]] to win the [[Independent Junior Heavyweight Championship]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=71427</ref> At the beginning of 2012 Hiroki and Gentaro participated at the [[Kaienatai Dojo Tag League]] 2012. The two made their way to the finals until they lost to Kengo Mashimo and TAKA Michinoku. On March 3 Hiroki and [[Isami Kodaka]] defeated [[Hiro Tonai]] and [[Yuki Sato]] to win the #1 Contendership for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. They would unsuccessfully challenge Mashimo and Michinoku for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. On January 26 Hiroki lost the Independent Junior Heavyweight Championship to [[Ricky Fuji]].<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=90790</ref> In the summer of 2013 HIROKI and Yuji Hino unsuccessfully challenged this time Daigoro Kashiwa and Ricky Fuji for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. On February 16, Hiroki and Hino defeated Hiro Tonai and Yuki Sato in the finals to win the 2014 [[Bo-so Golden Tag Tournament]].<ref name="KDojo021614">{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/1402/140216.html | title = 2014年2月16日(日)Club-K Super in Blue Field(千葉・Blue Field)|accessdate=February 16, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> This led to a match on March 2, where Hiroki and Hino defeated Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku to win the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship.<ref name="StrKTagHiroki1">{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/1403/140302.html | title = 2014年3月2日(日)Club-K Super in Blue Field(千葉・Blue Field) | accessdate=March 2, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> In September 2014, he once again began competing as Hi69. On November 3, Hi69 and Hino lost the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship to Kaji Tomato and [[Shiori Asahi]].<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/club-k-super-in-後楽園ホール-2/ | title = Club-K Super in 後楽園ホール | accessdate=November 3, 2014 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> Also in 2014, Hiroki formed [[HHHH]] with Yuji Hino, Hiro Tonai and [[Yoshihiro Horaguchi|Yoshihiro Horaguchi]]. On February 22, 2015 he defeated [[Atsushi Maruyama]] to regain the [[Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship]]. He would hold the title until on April 12 when he lost to [[Isami Kodaka]]. On October 27 HHHH disband when Hino left Kaientai Dojo. On December 27 he formed stable with Ricky Fuji, Taka Michinoku and [[Men's Teioh]] named [[Team69Roll]]. They would be later joined by [[MIKAMI]]. On February 22 Hi69 and Michinoku would take part of the 2016 Bo-So Golden Tag Tournament. The duo would make into the semifinals until they lost to [[Magatsuki]] ([[Tank Nagai]] and [[Yuma]]). Later that year Hi69 and Diagoro Kashiwa would challenge Tank Nagai into a Champion of Strongest-K title match. Hi69 would then defeat Kashiwa to become the #1 Contender for the Champion of Strongest-K title match. This led to on April 17 Hi69 unsuccessfully challenged Nagai for the Champion of Strongest-K.
   
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