- Kaientai Dojo Strongest-K Championship (1 time);
- Strongest-K Tag Team Championship (4 times) – with Kengo Mashimo (2), Ryota Chikuzen (1) and Miyawaki (1);
- UWA/UWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship with Kengo Mashimo;
- Strongest-K Tag Team tournament with Kengo Mashimo (2005);
- Tag Team Match of the Year (2013) with Kengo Mashimo vs. Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku on November 10, 2013;
Career Highlights [courtesy in part of wikipedia.com]
Kaientai Dojo (2003–2011):
- Kazma was trained by Taka Michinoku at his Kaientai Dojo wrestling school in Japan and made his debut for the promotion on May 3, 2003.
- In 2005, under the guidance of former Far East Connection manager, 296, Kazma formed a stable along with Kengo Mashimo called Kinnoutou and started to dominate, eventually taking on Ryota Chikuzen and Kunio Toshima as well.
- Over the next several years, Kazma became a one-time Strongest-K Champion and a three-time Strongest-K Tag Team Champion alongside Ryota Chikuzen, Kengo Mashimo and Miyawaki.
World Wrestling Entertainment (2011-2013):
- In the summer of 2011, Kazma went on an excursion to North America and was subsequently signed to a developmental contract by WWE and assigned to their developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling under the name Sakamoto.
- Sakamoto made his FCW debut on December 4, 2011 alongside fellow K-Dojo alum Jiro in a loss against the team of Big E Langston and Nick Rogers.
- Sakamoto went on to lose every televised FCW match he participated in.
- On March 26, 2012, Sakamoto made his first appearance on WWE television in a vignette for the re-debuting Lord Tensai.
- Sakamoto made his debut on the April 2, 2012 episode of Raw as the follower of Tensai.
- Sakamoto would aid Tensai by interfering in his matches and attacking his adversaries.
- From June, with Tensai losing more frequently, he would often vent his frustrations by abusing and attacking Sakamoto, who would remain loyal to his master.
- By September, Tensai stopped appearing with Sakamoto, who disappeared from television.
- Following his disassociation from Tensai, Sakamoto returned to WWE’s developmental territory, the former FCW, which had been rebranded into NXT Wrestling.
- Sakamoto made his NXT debut on the January 16, 2013 episode, losing to Adrian Neville.
- While facing Briley Pierce on the May 8 episode of NXT, both men were attacked by Conor O’Brian.
- ~~~This led to both men challenging O’Brian to a handicap match during the next episode, which O’Brian won.
- On May 17, 2013, Sakamoto was released
- ~~~His last match was a battle royal on the May 29 episode of NXT (which was taped before his release) to determine the #1 contender for the NXT Championship where he and Pierce were the first men eliminated from the match courtesy of Mason Ryan.
- After his release from WWE, Kazma returned to Japan, working as a freelancer for Kaientai Dojo, Pro Wrestling Zero1 and Wrestle-1.
Return to Japan (2013–present):
- On June 11, 2013, Kazma, announced under the ring name Kazma Sakamoto, that he returned to Japan at a Pro Wrestling Zero1 event, where he announced that he would be taking part in the 2013 Fire Festival.
- On July 15, Sakamoto wrestled his first match since his WWE release, when he defeated Tank Nagai at a Kaientai Dojo event.
- Sakamoto finished his Fire Festival on August 4 with a record of two wins, one draw and two losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.
- On September 15, Sakamoto made his debut for Wrestle-1, teaming with Ryoji Sai in a tag team match, where they defeated Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoueno.
- Sakamoto replaced an injured Kohei Sato as a member of a heel stable led by Masayuki Kono and later in the event helped Kono defeat Masakatsu Funaki.
- Back in Kaientai Dojo the following day, Sakamoto and Kengo Mashimo defeated Daigoro Kashiwa and Ricky Fuji to win the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship.
- They lost the title in their first defense on November 10 to the team of Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku.
- On January 11, 2014, Sakamoto made his debut for Wrestling New Classic (WNC), defeating Masaya Takahashi, after which he challenged and attacked WNC Champion Tajiri. This led to a title match between the two on January 30, where Tajiri retained his title.