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===DDT Pro-Wrestling (2013-Present)===
 
===DDT Pro-Wrestling (2013-Present)===
After joining [[DDT]], Katsumata made his unofficial debut on July 29 losing to [[Michael Nakazawa]]. After one year of training in the DDT dojo, Katsumata made his official debut on April 29, 2014 at the Max Bump pay-per-view teaming with [[Diego|Guanchulo]] losing to [[Yukio Sakaguchi]] and [[Masa Takanashi]] with Sakaguchi submitting Katsumata for the win. As is customary for most professional wrestlers, Katsumata spent most of his matches losing to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give Katsumata some in-ring, televised, experience. During this time Katsumata also competed in [[Asuka Project]], taking part in a tournament to crown the first [[Asuka Project Championship|Asuka Project Champion]], losing to the semifinals Wolf Tomoya. On September 28 Katsumata was assigned to the DDT's sub-brand [[DDT New Attitude]]. The sub-brand was formed to showcase of all DDT Pro-Wrestling up and coming young talent prospects. In February 2015 Katsumata won the [[Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship]], before losing the title to [[Hikaru Sato]]. Later in that year Katsumata formed a team named [[KAT-TOO]] alongside [[Makoto Oishi]]. In November Katsumata regained the Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship twice but he ended up losing the title. On February 28, 2016 Katsumata, [[Kazusada Higuchi]] and [[Kouki Iwasaki]] defeated [[T2Hide]] ([[Kazuki Hirata]], [[Sanshiro Takagi]] and [[Toru Owashi]]) to win the [[KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship]]. They lost the titles to [[Team Dream Futures]] ([[Keisuke Ishii]], [[Shigehiro Irie]] and [[Soma Takao]]) on May 15.
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After joining DDT, Katsumata made his unofficial debut on July 29 losing to Michael Nakazawa. After one year of training in the DDT dojo, Katsumata made his official debut on April 29, 2014 at the Max Bump pay-per-view teaming with Guanchulo losing to Yukio Sakaguchi and Masa Takanashi with Sakaguchi submitting Katsumata for the win. As is customary for most professional wrestlers, Katsumata spent most of his matches losing to other, more experienced wrestlers, which would help put over other wrestlers while at the same time give Kodama some in-ring, televised, experience. During this time Katsumata also competed in Asuka Project, taking part in a tournament to crown the first Asuka Project Champion, losing to the semifinals Wolf Tomoya. On September 28 Katsumata was assigned to the DDT's sub-brand [[DDT New Attitude]]. The sub-brand was formed to showcase of all DDT Pro-Wrestling up and coming young talent prospects. In February 2015 Katsumata won the [[Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship]], before losing the title to Hikaru Sato. Later in that year Katsumata formed a team named KAT-TOO alongside Makoto Oishi. In November Katsumata regained the Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship twice but he ended up losing the title. On February 28, 2016 Katsumata, [[Kazusada Higuchi]] and [[Kouki Iwasaki]] defeated T2Hide (Kazuki Hirata, Sanshiro Takagi and Toru Owashi) to win the [[KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship]]. They lost the titles to Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao) on May 15.
   
Katsumata and Oishi were later joined by [[MAO|Mao Inoue]] (who renamed himself to MAO) formed [[NωA]] on May 29. The three then took part in a tournament for the vacant [[KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship|KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions]], losing in the semifinals to the eventual winners' [[DAMNATION]] ([[Daisuke Sasaki]], [[Mad Paulie]] and [[Tetsuya Endo]]). NωA ended up winning the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions defeating Kazusada Higuchi, [[Kouki Iwasaki]] and [[Mizuki Watase]] to win the titles. The match also involved [[Smile Squash]] ([[Akito]], [[Soma Takao]] and [[Yasu Urano]]). In June Katsumata took part of the [[King of DDT]], losing in the first round to Yukio Sakaguchi. In the final day of the King of DDT, NωA lost their titles to [[Shuten Doji]] ([[Kudo]], Masahiro Takanashi and Sakaguchi). In July, Katsumata and MAO took part in [[Pro Wrestling Noah]]'s [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League#2017|2017 Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]], finishing the tournament with three wins and four losses. Following the tournament, Katsumata and MAO challenged Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League winners and newly won [[GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship|GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions]] [[HAYATA]] and [[YO-HEY]] into a title match. The two received their title match on October 1 at [[The Great Voyage (2017)|The Great Voyage 2017 In Yokohama Vol. 2]] losing to HAYATA and YO-HEY in a rematch.
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Katsumata and Oishi were later joined by Mao Inoue (who renamed himself to MAO) formed NωA on May 29. The three then took part in a tournament for the vacant KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions, losing in the semifinals to the eventual winners' DAMNATION (Daisuke Sasaki, Mad Paulie and Tetsuya Endo). NωA ended up winning the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions defeating Kazusada Higuchi, Kouki Iwasaki and Mizuki Watase to win the titles. The match also involved Smile Squash (Akito, Soma Takao and Yasu Urano). In June Katsumata took part of the King of DDT, losing in the first round to Yukio Sakaguchi. In the final day of the King of DDT, NωA lost their titles to Shuten Doji (Kudo, Masahiro Takanashi and Sakaguchi). In July, Katsumata and MAO took part in Pro Wrestling Noah's [[Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League#2017|2017 Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League]], finishing the tournament with three wins and four losses. Following the tournament, Katsumata and MAO challenged Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League winners and newly won GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions HAYATA and YO-HEY into a title match. The two received their title match on October 1 at The Great Voyage 2017 In Yokohama Vol. 2 losing to HAYATA and YO-HEY in a rematch.
   
 
On January 28, 2018 NωA made their last match together defeating T2Hide (Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi and Kazuki Hirata). Afterwards, he was invited to join to join the [[All Out]] stable, which he accepted. On February 3 Katsumata challenged [[Yuko Miyamoto]] into a title match for his [[DDT Extreme Division Championship]] in which he failed to win the championship. On June 24 Katsumata with his new stablemates, [[Akito]] and [[Konosuke Takeshita]] defeated [[Yuki Ueno]], [[Kota Umeda]] and [[Koju Takeda]] to win KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship. During their reign DNA would suspend operations and Katsumata would move to DDT's main brand. All Out voluntarily vacated the titles on August 1 due to Takeshita being sidelined with a shoulder injury. During the DNA draft Katsumata anounced that he would retain in All Out and also [[Yuki Iino]] joined them during the draft. On February 17, 2019 Katsumata made his return match alongside Space Monkey and [[Yuki Ueno]] defeating [[Antonio Honda]], Jason Kincaid and [[Naomi Yoshimura]].
 
On January 28, 2018 NωA made their last match together defeating T2Hide (Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi and Kazuki Hirata). Afterwards, he was invited to join to join the [[All Out]] stable, which he accepted. On February 3 Katsumata challenged [[Yuko Miyamoto]] into a title match for his [[DDT Extreme Division Championship]] in which he failed to win the championship. On June 24 Katsumata with his new stablemates, [[Akito]] and [[Konosuke Takeshita]] defeated [[Yuki Ueno]], [[Kota Umeda]] and [[Koju Takeda]] to win KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship. During their reign DNA would suspend operations and Katsumata would move to DDT's main brand. All Out voluntarily vacated the titles on August 1 due to Takeshita being sidelined with a shoulder injury. During the DNA draft Katsumata anounced that he would retain in All Out and also [[Yuki Iino]] joined them during the draft. On February 17, 2019 Katsumata made his return match alongside Space Monkey and [[Yuki Ueno]] defeating [[Antonio Honda]], Jason Kincaid and [[Naomi Yoshimura]].
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