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Akira Tozawa
Akira Tozawa (戸澤 陽, Tozawa Akira, born July 22, 1985 in Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan) is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to WWE and performs

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This article may contain material discouraged by the manual of style for professional wrestling. Please help by removing content such as information written in Kayfabe, or an in-universe perspective, and rewrite in an encyclopedic style. (February 2018) Akira TozawaTozawa in April 2018Born (1985-07-22) July 22, 1985 (age 33)[1]
Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan[1]Professional wrestling careerRing name(s)Akira Tozawa
Tozawa[2]
Tozawa Kengai[3]Billed height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)[4]Billed weight70 kg (156 lb)[4]Billed fromKobe, Japan[4][5]Trained byKenichiro Arai[2]
Masaaki Mochizuki[2]DebutApril 3, 2005[2]

Akira Tozawa (戸澤 陽, Tozawa Akira, born July 22, 1985 in Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan)[1] is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to WWE and performs on the cruiserweight exclusive show, 205 Live. He is a former WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

He was trained and is best known for his twelve-year run in Dragon Gate where he is a former Open the Brave Gate, Open the Twin Gate, Open the Triangle Gate and Open the Owarai Gate champion and the winner of the 2011 and 2012 Summer Adventure Tag League. He is also known for his year-long excursion to the United States, during which he performed for promotions such as Chikara, Dragon Gate USA, and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.

Contents
  • 1 Professional wrestling career
    • 1.1 Dragon Gate (2005–2010)
    • 1.2 American exploits (2010–2016)
    • 1.3 Return to Dragon Gate (2011–2016)
    • 1.4 WWE (2016–present)
  • 2 Other media
  • 3 Championships and accomplishments
  • 4 Luchas de Apuestas record
  • 5 Note
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links
Professional wrestling career Dragon Gate (2005–2010)

Akira Tozawa was the third graduate of the Dragon Gate dojo to debut.[6] He was being groomed to enter the stable M2K, but he did not progress very well. After debuting, he underwent a 10 match trial series, but lost all 10 matches and was banished back to the dojo.[6]

Tozawa returned in October 2005, teaming with fellow rookie Yuki Ono. However, he ended up teaming with Vangelis, a wrestler with a Nazi stripper gimmick. Kenichiro Arai intervened, much to Tozawa's resentment. When Tozawa scored the biggest win of his career so far by beating Naruki Doi during the Brave Gate League, the impressed Arai offered him a spot in M2K. Tozawa, however, refused, and stated his intention to run a stable of his own, and created a cram school based stable called Tozawa-juku.[6]

Even though Tozawa-juku bore his name, he was not necessarily the leader. Because of his backstage reputation as a troublemaker at the time, he was regularly held off of shows, progressed little, and was far beneath his stablemates Taku Iwasa, Kenichiro Arai, and even fellow troublemaker Ono in rank.[6]

When Ono experienced newfound popularity and rank courtesy of a massive amount of weight gain (40+ KG, 90+ lbs.), Tozawa began to bulk up as well, and he and Ono formed the Metabolic Brothers tag team within Tozawa-juku. They discarded the gakuran pants worn by the unit and wore silver tights and boots. However, injuries to Ono held the team back from any major success.[6]

On July 11, 2008, after having teamed with Ono for a little over half a year, he appeared on a show with his gakuran pants on and announced that, in light of the success that new stablemates Shinobu and El Generico had brought to the unit (as well as constant pestering from Iwasa and Arai), he was going on a diet. After a diet trial series, where he actually had success, he brashly challenged Open the Triangle Gate Champions Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, and Magnitude Kishiwada to a title match against him, Iwasa & Arai on November 16. The trio agreed, but on the condition that Tozawa-juku would have to disband if his team lost. His team would lose the match, bringing about the end of the unit, and he and his stablemates were given a graduation ceremony. He promised everyone that he would ascend to the next stage.[6]

He and Iwasa began to team with Shingo Takagi in the weeks that followed, and then on December 19, he appealed to Shingo to form a new unit with him and Iwasa. Shingo agreed to it. On January 11, 2009, Dragon Kid joined up with him and the others, and Shingo gave the unit the name of Kamikaze.[6] Tozawa participated in the Battle of Tokyo Tournament two weeks later, and made it to the finals before losing to Kagetora. In his times with Kamikaze, he was the lowest ranked member; as such he was lower on the card and took the losing fall often in his matches. Highlights of this time period were an Open the Brave Gate Championship challenge in 2009 against Cima and a "Loser is Banished to Dark Matches" match on May 5, 2010, against Kamikaze stablemate Cyber Kong, which he lost.[7] After losing to Kong, Tozawa left Japan for an extended tour of the United States beginning in May 2010.

Tozawa in August 2010 American exploits (2010–2016)

On May 7, 2010, Tozawa made his debut for Dragon Gate's international expansion Dragon Gate USA, as a member of the heel group Kamikaze USA, teaming with Gran Akuma in a match, where they were defeated by Mike Quackenbush and Jigsaw.[8]

Also in May 2010, Tozawa began working regularly for SoCal promotion Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He made his Pro Wrestling Guerrilla debut on May 9, during the Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament, teaming with fellow Kamikaze partner Yamato in a first-round losing effort against The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe).[9] At the following show on June 11, he defeated Scott Lost and on July 30 defeated Chris Sabin.[10][11]

Tozawa also competed in Chikara's Young Lions Cup VIII in August 2010. He defeated Green Ant on August 27 in the first round, but was the last man eliminated from the six-way elimination semifinal match later that same night.[12] On August 29, the final day of the tournament, Tozawa was defeated by Hallowicked in a singles match.[13]

On September 5 Tozawa entered PWG's 2010 Battle of Los Angeles, defeating El Generico in his first round match.[14] The following night, Tozawa was eliminated from the tournament by Chris Hero.[15] The match was considered Tozawa's breakout performance, which got him noticed by the Dragon Gate office.[16] Tozawa returned to PWG on December 11, 2010, losing to Kevin Steen.[17] Afterwards, Steen recruited Tozawa as his partner for the March 4 DDT4 tournament.[18]

Tozawa earned victories over Sami Callihan, Austin Aries, and BxB Hulk for Dragon Gate USA in January 2011, but run-ins with stablemates Jon Moxley and Yamato led to him being kicked out of Kamikaze USA, turning him face in the process.[19][20][21][22] At the following Dragon Gate USA tapings on April 3, Tozawa defeated Moxley to earn an immediate shot at Yamato's Open the Freedom Gate Championship. He was, however, unsuccessful in his attempt to become the new champion.[23] Tozawa was also unsuccessful in beating Pac for his Open the Brave Gate Championship on April 2, at Mercury Rising 2011.[24]

Tozawa (third left), along with Kagetora and Super Shisa representing Dragon Gate in the 2011 King of Trios tournament, where they faced The Osirian Portal in the quarter-finals

On March 4, 2011, Tozawa and Kevin Steen, dubbing themselves the Nightmare Violence Connection, entered PWG's DDT4 tournament, upsetting the Briscoe Brothers in their first round match. After another upset victory over the ROH World Tag Team Champions, The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli), during which Tozawa pinned Hero, avenging his Battle of Los Angeles loss, he and Steen made it to the finals of the tournament, where they were defeated by The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson).[25] On April 9, Tozawa was defeated by Low Ki in a singles match in PWG.[26]

On April 15, Tozawa returned to Chikara, captaining Team Dragon Gate, consisting of himself, Kagetora and Super Shisa, in the 2011 King of Trios tournament. In the first round of the tournament, Team Dragon Gate defeated the Spectral Envoy (UltraMantis Black, Hallowicked and Frightmare).[13][27] The following day, Team Dragon Gate was eliminated from the tournament in the quarterfinal stage by The Osirian Portal (Amasis, Hieracon and Ophidian).[28] On April 17, the final day of the tournament, Tozawa faced Eddie Kingston in a losing effort.[29]

On April 19, Tozawa made his debut for Evolve at the promotion's first live internet pay-per-view, facing Chuck Taylor in a losing effort.[30]

On May 15, 2011, in Austin, Texas, Tozawa captured the Anarchy Championship Wrestling (ACW) U–30 Young Gun Championship, the first title of his career, by defeating previous champion ACH, Arik Cannon and Gary Jay in a four–way match.[31] He would lose the title to Gerald James six days later.[31]

Tozawa (right) wrestling Eddie Kingston in 2011

On May 27, Tozawa returned to PWG for his final weekend with the promotion before his return to Japan. During the first night of All Star Weekend 8, Tozawa and Kevin Steen defeated El Generico and Ricochet in a tag team match.[32] The following night, Tozawa wrestled two matches, first teaming with Steen to defeat the RockNES Monsters (Johnny Goodtime and Johnny Yuma) in a tag team match, before defeating Chris Hero in his PWG farewell match.[33] This ended Towaza's extended USA tour, although Tozawa continued to make occasional appearances in Dragon Gate USA.

On June 3, Tozawa and Yamato failed to capture the Open the United Gate Championship when they lost to reigning champions Masato Yoshino and Pac at Fearless 2011.[34] On June 28, 2012, Tozawa unsuccessfully challenged Johnny Gargano for the Open the Freedom Gate Championship.[35] Tozawa received another shot at the title on July 28, 2013, at Dragon Gate USA's fourth anniversary event, but was again defeated by Gargano.[36]

On July 24, 2015, Tozawa returned to PWG, losing to Ricochet,[37] and on the first show of 2016, returned once again, losing to Zack Sabre Jr.[38]

Return to Dragon Gate (2011–2016)

On June 8, 2011, Tozawa made his return to Dragon Gate, joining the promotion's dominant heel stable, Blood Warriors.[39] Upon his return, Tozawa was treated as a serious competitor and given a major push, which included defeating Shingo Takagi on July 17 at Kobe Pro Wrestling Festival 2011.[40] In August, Tozawa and fellow Blood Warriors member BxB Hulk took part in the 2011 Summer Adventure Tag League, where they ultimately defeated Masaaki Mochizuki and Yamato of rival group Junction Three to win the tournament.[41] On September 16, Tozawa defeated rival Yamato in a no ropes, no disqualification match.[42] This led to Tozawa challenging Masaaki Mochizuki for the Open the Dream Gate Championship on October 13, but Tozawa was defeated.[43] On December 1, Tozawa and BxB Hulk defeated Kagetora and Susumu Yokosuka to win the vacant Open the Twin Gate Championship, Tozawa's first title in Dragon Gate.[44] On January 19, 2012, Tozawa and Hulk turned on Blood Warriors leader Cima, causing him to lose a ten-man "Loser Leaves Unit" tag team match; as a result, Cima was kicked out of Blood Warriors.[45] After this match, Tozawa assumed the leader role inside Blood Warriors. On January 29, Tozawa made a one night return to PWG, when he teamed with Kevin Steen and Super Dragon in a six-man tag team main event, where they were defeated by El Generico, Masato Yoshino and Pac.[46] On February 9, the Tozawa-led Blood Warriors won their feud with Junction Three by defeating them in a fourteen-man elimination tag team match, forcing their rival group to disband.[47] On March 1, Tozawa renamed the Blood Warriors as Mad Blankey.[48] Three days later, he and BxB Hulk lost the Open the Twin Gate Championship to Jimmy Kagetora and Jimmy Susumu.[49]

On July 22, Tozawa received another shot at the Open the Dream Gate Championship, but was this time defeated by Cima.[50] On August 19, Tozawa, BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki defeated Cima, Gamma and Magnitude Kishiwada to win the 2012 Summer Adventure Tag League and the vacant Open the Triangle Gate Championship.[51] They lost the title to Kaettekita Veteran-gun (Gamma, Hub and Magnitude Kishiwada) on October 21.[52] On May 5, 2013, Tozawa received another shot at the Open the Dream Gate Championship in the main event of Dead or Alive 2013, but was again defeated by Cima.[53] On June 15, Tozawa and BxB Hulk regained the Open the Twin Gate Championship from Shingo Takagi and Yamato, when Yamato turned on Takagi and joined Mad Blankey.[54] Tozawa and Hulk went on to lose the title to Naruki Doi and Ricochet on July 21.[55] On August 1, after Tozawa had led Mad Blankey to victory against -akatsuki- in a match, where the losing stable would have to disband, the rest of Mad Blankey turned on him, kicking him out of the group and assuming Yamato their new leader.[56] On August 30, Tozawa formed a new stable with former Mad Blankey stablemate Uhaa Nation and Shingo Takagi.[57] On September 12, the three were joined by Masato Yoshino, Ricochet and Shachihoko Boy,[58] forming a stable named Monster Express.[59] On December 22, Tozawa and Takagi defeated Naruki Doi and Yamato to win the Open the Twin Gate Championship.[60] They lost the title to Eita and T-Hawk on July 20, 2014.[61] On February 28, 2015, Tozawa won his first singles title in Dragon Gate, when he defeated Kzy for the Open the Brave Gate Championship.[62] On March 29, Tozawa also won the Open the Owarai Gate Championship by defeating Yosuke♥Santa Maria.[63] On November 1, Tozawa lost the Open the Brave Gate Championship to Kotoka in a three-way match, which also involved Naoki Tanizaki. On November 14, 2015, Tozawa lost the Open the Owarai Gate Championship to referee Mr. Nakagawa via fan support.

On September 22, 2016, Tozawa unsuccessfully challenged Yamato for the Dream Gate Championship. On September 25, he announced that he will be wrestling his final Dragon Gate match on November 3, before moving to the United States to work for WWE.[64] In his send-off match, he teamed with Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi in a losing effort against the team of Shingo Takagi, Yamato, and BxB Hulk.

WWE (2016–present)

On March 31, 2016, Tozawa was announced as a participant in WWE's Global Cruiserweight Series tournament,[65] which was later renamed the "Cruiserweight Classic".[66] The tournament began on June 23 with Tozawa defeating Kenneth Johnson in his first round match.[67] On July 14, Tozawa defeated Jack Gallagher in his second round match.[68] On August 26, Tozawa was eliminated from the tournament in the quarterfinals by Gran Metalik.[69]

On the September 5, 2016, episode of Raw, Tozawa was announced as part of WWE's upcoming cruiserweight division.[70] On November 2, Tozawa was announced as a roster member for the upcoming cruiserweight-centric 205 Live show.[71] On December 3, at an NXT live event at Osaka, Japan, Tozawa teamed with Tajiri in a losing effort to NXT Tag Team Champions DIY (Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano). On February 6, 2017, Tozawa made his debut on Raw, defeating Drew Gulak in singles action. Tozawa was recruited by Titus O'Neil to the "Titus Worldwide" and entered in a feud with the Cruiserweight Champion Neville. On the June 26 episode of Raw it was announced by O'Neil that Tozawa would face Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at the Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view. At Great Balls of Fire, Tozawa was unsuccessful in his first championship opportunity against Neville; however, he pinned Neville in a tag team match the next night. The following week, in a match against Ariya Daivari, O'Neil forfeited the match on Tozawa's behalf after he suffered a serious shoulder injury, despite causing Tozawa to become upset with the decision. On the July 24 edition of Raw, Tozawa slapped O'Neil after being informed that he cancelled his rematch against Daivari. Neville then came out and confronted Tozawa, which resulted in both men being laid out by Daivari. On the August 14 edition of Raw, Tozawa, with O'Neil in his corner, faced Neville and captured the Cruiserweight Championship for the first time in his career. However, that following Sunday at SummerSlam, he was defeated by Neville, ending the reign at 6 days. On the following episodes of 205 Live, Tozawa picked up victories over Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, and Tony Nese. On the October 10 episode of 205 Live, Tozawa was attacked on the ramp by Gulak, which began a rivalry. [72] Tozawa was out of action for a few weeks until he returned on the October 31 episode of 205 Live, where he defeated Gulak again. On the November 13 episode of Raw, Tozawa and Kalisto lost to Enzo Amore and Gulak. On the November 20 episode of Raw, Tozawa, Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann and Mustafa Ali defeated The Zo Train. On the November 21 episode of 205 Live, Tozawa defeated Gulak in a Street Fight. On the November 27 episode of Raw, Tozawa competed in a fatal four-way match to determine the #1 contender for the Cruiserweight Championship, which was won by Rich Swann.

In late 2017, Tozawa left Titus Worldwide and returned to being a singles star. On the December 25 episode of Raw, Tozawa, Alexander and Ali defeated Amore, Gulak and Daivari in a six-man tag team Miracle on 34th Street Fight. On the December 26 episode of 205 Live, Tozawa lost to Tony Nese. On the January 2, 2018 episode of 205 Live, Tozawa lost to TJ Perkins. In February, Tozawa formed a tag team with Hideo Itami and they defeated Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado on the March 13 episode of 205 Live, but got into a confrontation with them and their ally Kalisto post-match, starting a feud between them. After trading victories between each other, they finally lost a tornado tag team match to Dorado and Metalik on the April 17 episode of 205 Live after Tozawa accidentally kicked Itami. On the May 1 episode of 205 Live, Itami and Tozawa were defeated by The Brian Kendrick and Gentleman Jack Gallagher after another miscommunication between the two, after which Itami shoved Tozawa, thus ending their partnership. The following week, Tozawa was defeated by Itami.

Other media

Tozawa makes his WWE video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K18[73] and later appears in WWE 2K19.[74]

Championships and accomplishments
  • Anarchy Championship Wrestling
    • ACW U–30 Young Gun Championship (1 time)[31]
  • Dragon Gate
    • Open the Brave Gate Championship (1 time)[62]
    • Open the Owarai Gate Championship (1 time)[63]
    • Open the Triangle Gate Championship (2 times) – with BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki (1),[51] Masato Yoshino and T-Hawk (1)
    • Open the Twin Gate Championship (3 times) – with BxB Hulk (2),[44] and Shingo Takagi (1)[60]
    • Summer Adventure Tag League (2011) – with BxB Hulk[41]
    • Summer Adventure Tag League (2012) – with BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki[51]
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him #92 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2018[75]
  • WWE
    • WWE Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)[76]
    • NXT North American Championship Invitational (2018)[77]
Luchas de Apuestas record See also: Luchas de Apuestas Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes Akira Tozawa (hair) Super Shenlong III (mask) Tokyo, Japan Live event August 1, 2013 [Note 1][56] Note
  1. ^ This was an eight-man tag team Mask vs. Hair match, where Tozawa, BxB Hulk, Kzy, Mondai Ryu and Yamato faced Shenlong, Chihiro Tominaga, Cyber Kong and Shingo Takagi.
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