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Royal Brothers
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Stable
Members Henry III Sugawara
Phillip J. Fukumasa
Anthony W. Mori
Debut August 11, 2002
Disbanded March 26, 2004
Promotion(s) T2P
Toryumon Japan

Royal Brothers was a professional wrestling stable in the Toryumon 2000 Project and Toryumon Japan promotions. It was formed by Henry III Sugawara, Phillip J. Fukumasa and Anthony W. Mori on August 11, 2002.

HistoryEdit

In August 2002 they made thier debuts as Royal Prince of the Royal British Family as gimmick. Sugawara joined with and eventually with Anthony W. Mori and Phillip J. Fukumasa, forming the Royal Brothers unit in T2P. However, the Royal Brothers would never make much of an impact. Fukamasa retired almost immediately after T2P closed, and Sugawara spent most of his time back in Mexico while Mori wrestled in Toryumon Japan. When Sugawara finally came to Toryumon Japan himself, Sugawara turned heel by joning the heel stable Aagan Iisou. Although Sugawara initially refused the request to join, Sugawara would eventually betray Mori and ally with Aagan later that year Mori joined Italian Connection and started a feud with Sugawara with the finished the feud in a hair vs hair match. Which Sugawara lost the match, but escaped but he lost his hair.

In wrestlingEdit

  • Sugawara's Finishing moves
    • Buckingham Backbreaker (Backbreaker rack)
    • Shiisanpuuta (Reverse over the shoulder back to belly piledriver)
    • TCO – The Crime Operation (Running reverse Samoan drop)
  • Mori's Finishing moves
  • Elegant Impact (Double wrist clutch northern lights suplex)
  • Eleganton Bomb (High-angle senton bomb)
  • Elegant Spike (Flipping release leg hook belly to back suplex)
  • Escargot (Step over toe hold single leg Boston Crab)
  • Flower Bridge (Forward roll bow and arrow stretch)
  • Gardenia (Arm trap Single leg Boston crab)
  • Fukumasa's Finishing moves
    • Sagittarius
    • Uranage

Lucha de Apuesta recordEdit

Wager Winner(s) Loser(s) Location Date Notes
Hair Takuya Sugawara Anthony W. Mori Tokyo, Japan September 17, 2004 Tag team match, where Sugawara teamed with Shuji Kondo and Mori with Ryo Saito.
Hair Anthony W. Mori Takuya Sugawara Tokyo, Japan November 28, 2004

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