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In February 2005, he and his now regular tag team partner [[Yuji Hino]] and made it to the semifinals of the Strongest-K Tag Team Tournament,<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/0502/050226.html | title = 2月26日(土)Club-K 3000(千葉BlueField) | accessdate=May 21, 2012 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> before unsuccessfully challenging [[Kengo Mashimo]] and Kazma for the [[Strongest-K Tag Team Championship]] on April 3.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/0504/050403.html | title = 4月3日(日)Club-K Super ev.4(東京・後楽園ホール) | accessdate=May 21, 2012 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> Later in 2005, Hi69 took part of the 2005 [[Strongest-K Tournament]] and he would lose at the first round to Mike Lee Jr. Throughout 2003 until 2007, he competed regularly in a large number of different promotions, including [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]], [[Apache Pro Wrestling]], [[Dradition|Muga]], [[Real Japan Pro Wrestling]], [[Hustle]], and eventually became a regular on [[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]'s Lock Up cards. On April 5, 2006 Hi69 would resign from Kaientai-Dojo to become a freelancer. Hi69 would then through 2006 and 2007 he would made sporadic appearances in Kaientai Dojo.
 
In February 2005, he and his now regular tag team partner [[Yuji Hino]] and made it to the semifinals of the Strongest-K Tag Team Tournament,<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/0502/050226.html | title = 2月26日(土)Club-K 3000(千葉BlueField) | accessdate=May 21, 2012 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> before unsuccessfully challenging [[Kengo Mashimo]] and Kazma for the [[Strongest-K Tag Team Championship]] on April 3.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/0504/050403.html | title = 4月3日(日)Club-K Super ev.4(東京・後楽園ホール) | accessdate=May 21, 2012 | work=[[Kaientai Dojo]] | language=Japanese}}</ref> Later in 2005, Hi69 took part of the 2005 [[Strongest-K Tournament]] and he would lose at the first round to Mike Lee Jr. Throughout 2003 until 2007, he competed regularly in a large number of different promotions, including [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]], [[Apache Pro Wrestling]], [[Dradition|Muga]], [[Real Japan Pro Wrestling]], [[Hustle]], and eventually became a regular on [[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]'s Lock Up cards. On April 5, 2006 Hi69 would resign from Kaientai-Dojo to become a freelancer. Hi69 would then through 2006 and 2007 he would made sporadic appearances in Kaientai Dojo.
   
===Freelancer (2006–2017)===
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===Freelancer (2006-2017)===
 
Hi69 would then start primarily to compete in [[Kintaro Kanemura]]’s [[Apache Pro Wrestling Army]] promotion. He would begin working with [[Takashi Sasaki]] as well in the process. On December 25, 2006 Hi69 would take part of the [[Deathmatch Tournament]] but he would loose in the first round to Sasaki. On February 8, 2007 Hi69 and [[Gentaro]] would then compete in a tournament to crown the provisional [[WEW Tag Team Title Championship]]. Hi69 and Gentaro would make it to the semi-finals until they lost to Takashi Sasaki and [[The Winger]]. On September 23 Hi69, Daisuke Sekimoto and Tetsuhiro Kuroda would unsuccessfully challenge [[Dick Togo]], Kintaro Kanemura and [[Masao Orihara]] for the [[Apex of Triangle Championship]]. On October 11, 2007, Hi69 was teaming with Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mammoth Sasaki as Apache Army against [[Great Bash Heel|GBH]] ([[Togi Makabe]], [[Toru Yano]] and [[Tomohiro Ishii]])<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=120714</ref> when Ishii countered a frankensteiner from Hi69 into a powerbomb which caused him to land awkwardly, suffering a fracture as well as a dislocation to his thoracic vertebrae. After the match, it was announced that the injury was possibly career-threatening and that he would require surgery. After undergoing an expensive medical procedure Hi69 would begin to recuperate and begin rehab.
 
Hi69 would then start primarily to compete in [[Kintaro Kanemura]]’s [[Apache Pro Wrestling Army]] promotion. He would begin working with [[Takashi Sasaki]] as well in the process. On December 25, 2006 Hi69 would take part of the [[Deathmatch Tournament]] but he would loose in the first round to Sasaki. On February 8, 2007 Hi69 and [[Gentaro]] would then compete in a tournament to crown the provisional [[WEW Tag Team Title Championship]]. Hi69 and Gentaro would make it to the semi-finals until they lost to Takashi Sasaki and [[The Winger]]. On September 23 Hi69, Daisuke Sekimoto and Tetsuhiro Kuroda would unsuccessfully challenge [[Dick Togo]], Kintaro Kanemura and [[Masao Orihara]] for the [[Apex of Triangle Championship]]. On October 11, 2007, Hi69 was teaming with Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mammoth Sasaki as Apache Army against [[Great Bash Heel|GBH]] ([[Togi Makabe]], [[Toru Yano]] and [[Tomohiro Ishii]])<ref>https://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=120714</ref> when Ishii countered a frankensteiner from Hi69 into a powerbomb which caused him to land awkwardly, suffering a fracture as well as a dislocation to his thoracic vertebrae. After the match, it was announced that the injury was possibly career-threatening and that he would require surgery. After undergoing an expensive medical procedure Hi69 would begin to recuperate and begin rehab.
   
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