Kodo Fuyuki

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Title History

 

  • AJPW All Asia Tag Team titles w/Toshiaki Kawada defeating Mighty Inoue & Takashi Ishikawa (March 9, 1988);
  • AJPW All Asia Tag Team titles w/Toshiaki Kawada defeating Shinichi Nakano & Shunji Takano (September 15, 1988);
  • AJPW All Asia Tag Team titles w/Toshiaki Kawada defeating Dan Kroffat & Doug Furans (October 20, 1989);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Animal Hamaguchi , Kouki Kitahara & Genichiro Tenryu [Tournament] (June 30, 1994);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Scott Putski, Bob Backlund & Warlord (September 1, 1994);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Animal Hamaguchi , Kouki Kitahara & Genichiro Tenryu (August 5, 1995);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Arashi, Nobutaka Araya & Kouki Kitahara (March 22, 1996);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Yoshihiro Takayama, Youji Anjoh & Kenichi Yamamoto (June 7, 1996);
  • WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Bam Bam Bigelow & Youji Anjoh defeating Yuuhi Sano, Masahito Kakihara & Nobuhiko Takada (October 11, 1996);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Street Fight Six Man Tag Team titles w/Jado & Gedo defeating Hisakatsu Ooya & Headhunters (March 21, 1997);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Brass Knuckles Tag Team titles w/Hido defeating Yukihiro Kanemura & Mr. Gannosuke (March 29, 1998);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Street Fight Six Man Tag Team titles w/Yukihiro Kanemura & Hido defeating Tetsuhiro Kuroda, Atsushi Onita & Koji Nakagawa (May 5, 1998);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Brass Knuckles Tag Team titles w/Yukihiro Kanemura defeating Masato Tanaka & Hayabusa (May 27, 1998);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Street Fight Six Man Tag Team titles w/Yukihiro Kanemura & Koji Nakagawa defeating Ricky Fuji, Hayabusa & Hisakatsu Ooya for vacant titles (June 28, 1998);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) World Brass Knuckles title defeating Hayabusa (November 20, 1998);
  • FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) Independent World World Heavyweight title defeating Hayabusa (November 20, 1998);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Six Man Tag Team titles w/Koji Nakagawa & Gedo defeating Tetsuhiro Kuroda, Hayabusa & Masato Tanaka [Tournament] (July 30, 1999);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Singles title Awarded (September 24, 1999);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Kyoko Inoue defeating Hayabusa & Mr. Gannosuke (February 25, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Six Man Tag Team titles w/Chocoball Mukai & Kyoko Inoue defeating Jado, Gedo & Kouji Nakagawa (April 25, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Singles title defeating Tetsuhiro Kuroda for vacant title (May 5, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Six Man Tag Team titles w/Chocoball Mukai & Kyoko Inoue defeating Jado, Gedo & Kouji Nakagawa (May 28, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Six Man Tag Team titles w/Shinjuke-Zane & Mr. Gannosuke defeating Hisakatsu Ooya, H (aka Hayabusa), Tetsuhiro Kuroda (September 15, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Tetsuhiro Kuroda defeating Naomichi Marufuji & Tamon Honda (December 23, 2000);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Six Man Tag Team titles w/Kintaro Kanemura & Mr. Gannosuke defeating Ricky Fuji, Flying Kid Ichihara & Hisakatsu Ooya (July 30, 2001);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Singles title defeating Kintaro Kanemura (January 6, 2002);
  • WEW (World Entertainment Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Sandman defeating Sabu & Tetsuhiro Kuroda for vacant titles (February 4, 2002);

 

Career Highlights

 

  • Early 1980s: Kodo Fuyuki was initiated into All Japan and formed an upstart group named Footloose with Toshiaki Kawada..
  • Kodo Fuyuki followed Genichiro Tenryu to his new SWS promotion..
  • ~~~SWS ultimately failed, but Fuyuki again followed Tenryu to the new WAR promotion..
  • Kodo Fuyuki formed one of the most popular trios (six man tag) teams in history with Jado & Gedo..
  • February 1997: Kodo Fuyuki moved to FMW, taking Jado and Gedo with him..
  • 1997: Kodo Fuyuki had a high-profile match with Terry Funk at the Kawasaki Stadium..
  • Kodo Fuyuki formed a group called Team No Respect with Hido, which was a controversial DX style faction..
  • Kodo Fuyuki was the founder of WEW, one of the three post-FMW promotions..
  • Early 2002: Kodo Fuyuki contracted cancer and had an abrupt retirement show set up by NOAH’s Mitsuharu Misawa..
  • ~~~The cancer went into remission, and he continued promoting WEW shows, with plans to come out of retirement..
  • ~~~Then, suddenly the cancer re-emerged, and spread into his liver..
  • ~~~Fuyuki took such a calm approach about this with the press that some people doubted the legitimacy of it..
  • March 19, 2003: Hiromichi “Kodo” Fuyuki passed away at the age of 42 after failing to defeat the cancer..
  • ~~~Kodo Fuyuki was setting himself up for one final match with Shinya Hashimoto days before his death..
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