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On November 11 Watanabe renamed himself to Shun Skywalker and a become the masked wrestler with high-flying moves. After that, the General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] gave Skywalker and Ben-K (who was fellow rookie classmate Futa Nakamura) an opportunity to face the former [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open the Twin Gate Champions]] [[Jimmyz]] ([[Jimmy Kagetora]] and [[Jimmy Susumu]]). During the match, Skywalker showed a new move like the High-angle senton bomb. Later that night, [[CIMA]] advised Skywalker, Ben-K and Hyou Watanabe and the rookies [[Yuki Yoshioka]] and [[Katsumi Takashima]] and welcome them to Dragon Gate then he challenged them to a 10-Man Tag Team Match where his partners would be the veterans [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], Don Fujii, Gamma and [[Dragon Kid]] and the match was later officialized by Dragon Gate at December 1 at the Korakuen Hall.<ref name="IheartdgSkywalker">{{cite web | url=http://www.iheartdg.com/page/2/?s=Shun+Watanabe | title=Shun Skywalker 2 | accessdate=November 19, 2016 | work=[[Iheartdg]] | publisher=Iheartdg | language=English}}</ref> On December 1 Skywalker, Ben-K, Watanabe and the rookies Yuki Yoshioka and Katsumi Takashima ended up losing to the veterans CIMA, Mochizuki, Kid, Fujii and Gamma. Shortly after, Skywalker continued to be jobber, he spent most of his matches losing to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give Skywalker some in-ring, televised. In April 2018 it was announced the [[King of Gate]], reigning [[Open The Dream Gate Championship|Open The Dream Gate Champion]] [[Masaaki Mochizuki]] was scheduled to participate in the tournament, but instead decided to pull out of the tournament due to being the Open the Dream Gate Champion and instead decided a Young Generation wrestler to participate in his place. On April 22 Skywalker took part of a six-man tag team match, where the wrestler who got the win would fill the spot of the Young Generation wrestler, which he filled after pinning [[Oji Shiiba]] to win the match and to take part of the tournament. He would finish the tournament with a record of one win and three losses, failing to advance to the semifinals of the tournament. In August, Skywalker formed "[[Mochizuki Dojo]]" with [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], [[Hyou Watanabe]] and [[Yuki Yoshioka]] with the purpose of teaming together, but also face each other and anyone could come and go where they wanted, despite not being an official stable. Later that month, Skywalker made his debut in [[All Japan Pro Wrestling]] (AJPW), taking part of [[Jr. Tag Battle of Glory]], finishing the tournament with a record of three wins and three losses, failing to win the tournament.
 
On November 11 Watanabe renamed himself to Shun Skywalker and a become the masked wrestler with high-flying moves. After that, the General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] gave Skywalker and Ben-K (who was fellow rookie classmate Futa Nakamura) an opportunity to face the former [[Open The Twin Gate Championship|Open the Twin Gate Champions]] [[Jimmyz]] ([[Jimmy Kagetora]] and [[Jimmy Susumu]]). During the match, Skywalker showed a new move like the High-angle senton bomb. Later that night, [[CIMA]] advised Skywalker, Ben-K and Hyou Watanabe and the rookies [[Yuki Yoshioka]] and [[Katsumi Takashima]] and welcome them to Dragon Gate then he challenged them to a 10-Man Tag Team Match where his partners would be the veterans [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], Don Fujii, Gamma and [[Dragon Kid]] and the match was later officialized by Dragon Gate at December 1 at the Korakuen Hall.<ref name="IheartdgSkywalker">{{cite web | url=http://www.iheartdg.com/page/2/?s=Shun+Watanabe | title=Shun Skywalker 2 | accessdate=November 19, 2016 | work=[[Iheartdg]] | publisher=Iheartdg | language=English}}</ref> On December 1 Skywalker, Ben-K, Watanabe and the rookies Yuki Yoshioka and Katsumi Takashima ended up losing to the veterans CIMA, Mochizuki, Kid, Fujii and Gamma. Shortly after, Skywalker continued to be jobber, he spent most of his matches losing to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give Skywalker some in-ring, televised. In April 2018 it was announced the [[King of Gate]], reigning [[Open The Dream Gate Championship|Open The Dream Gate Champion]] [[Masaaki Mochizuki]] was scheduled to participate in the tournament, but instead decided to pull out of the tournament due to being the Open the Dream Gate Champion and instead decided a Young Generation wrestler to participate in his place. On April 22 Skywalker took part of a six-man tag team match, where the wrestler who got the win would fill the spot of the Young Generation wrestler, which he filled after pinning [[Oji Shiiba]] to win the match and to take part of the tournament. He would finish the tournament with a record of one win and three losses, failing to advance to the semifinals of the tournament. In August, Skywalker formed "[[Mochizuki Dojo]]" with [[Masaaki Mochizuki]], [[Hyou Watanabe]] and [[Yuki Yoshioka]] with the purpose of teaming together, but also face each other and anyone could come and go where they wanted, despite not being an official stable. Later that month, Skywalker made his debut in [[All Japan Pro Wrestling]] (AJPW), taking part of [[Jr. Tag Battle of Glory]], finishing the tournament with a record of three wins and three losses, failing to win the tournament.
   
In February 2019, Mochizuki Dojo became involved in a feud with other units in Dragon Gate such as [[MaxiMuM]], [[Tribe Vanguard]] and [[R.E.D]]. On March 3, 2019 Shun unsuccessfully challenged [[PAC]] for the [[Open the Dream Gate Championship]]. Mochizuki Dojo would enter in a match involving the other units on March 7, which Tribe Vanguard won, with Mochizuki Dojo being the second eliminated in the four-way eight-man tag team elimination match. General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] capitalized on the opportunity and announced the rules for the Steel Cage Survival match on May 6 at [[Dead or Alive (2019)|Dead or Alive]], as well multiple tag team matches between members of the respective units to decide, which member would enter in the match. On March 21 at [[Memorial Gate in Wakayama (2019)|Memorial Gate in Wakayama]], Skywalker and Watanabe defeated Yoshioka and Minoura, with Shun pinning Minoura to represent Mochizuki Dojo in the match. At the event on May 6, after Skywalker escaped the "Bonds" steel cage survival five-way match, he decided that he would be the one leaving the stable. Later that month, Skywalker took part in the [[King of Gate#2019|2019 King of Gate]], finishing the tournament with a record of three wins and two losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament. During the tournament, Skywalker formed a partnership with Ben-K, who had been feuding with R.E.D.
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In February 2019, Mochizuki Dojo became involved in a feud with other units in Dragon Gate such as [[MaxiMuM]], [[Tribe Vanguard]] and [[R.E.D]]. On March 3, 2019 Shun unsuccessfully challenged [[PAC]] for the [[Open the Dream Gate Championship]]. Mochizuki Dojo would enter in a match involving the other units on March 7, which Tribe Vanguard won, with Mochizuki Dojo being the second eliminated in the four-way eight-man tag team elimination match. General Manager [[Takayuki Yagi]] capitalized on the opportunity and announced the rules for the Steel Cage Survival match on May 6 at [[Dead or Alive (2019)|Dead or Alive]], as well multiple tag team matches between members of the respective units to decide, which member would enter in the match. On March 21 at [[Memorial Gate in Wakayama (2019)|Memorial Gate in Wakayama]], Skywalker and Watanabe defeated Yoshioka and Minoura, with Shun pinning Minoura to represent Mochizuki Dojo in the match. At the event on May 6, after Skywalker escaped the "Bonds" steel cage survival five-way match, he decided that he would be the one leaving the stable. Later that month, Skywalker took part of the [[King of Gate#2019|2019 King of Gate]], finishing the tournament with a record of three wins and two losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament. During the tournament, Skywalker formed a partnership with Ben-K, who had been feuding with R.E.D.
   
 
Following this, Skywalker went on a losing streak, after losing to [[Naruki Doi]] [[DoiYoshi|and]] [[Masato Yoshino]], Skywalker challenged Ben-K to match on December 4, in which Ben-K defeated Skywalker, after the match, Ben-K went for a handshake but Skywalker refused it, ending their partnership, in what it was his last appearance. Afterwards it was reported that Skywalker went on a learning excursion in Mexico.
 
Following this, Skywalker went on a losing streak, after losing to [[Naruki Doi]] [[DoiYoshi|and]] [[Masato Yoshino]], Skywalker challenged Ben-K to match on December 4, in which Ben-K defeated Skywalker, after the match, Ben-K went for a handshake but Skywalker refused it, ending their partnership, in what it was his last appearance. Afterwards it was reported that Skywalker went on a learning excursion in Mexico.
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