Magnitude Kishiwada

Toyonari Fujita (藤田 豊成, Fujita Toyonari?), better known under his current stage name Magnitude Kishiwada (マグニチュード岸和田, born May 19, 1971 in Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese wrestler.

Read more about Magnitude Kishiwada:  Career, In Wrestling, Championships and Accomplishments, Mixed Martial Arts Record

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Masaaki Mochizuki - Professional Wrestling Career - Dragon Gate
... He held the title for 11 months before losing it to Magnitude Kishiwada on November 4, 2005 ... won the Open the Triangle Gate Titles, defeating Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino Magnitude Kishiwada, and defended them right up until February 24, 2008, when they lost them to Shingo ... a background role, and soon, the newly-face Magnitude Kishiwada took his place, forming Zetsurins ...
King Of Gate - Results - 2008
... Semifinals Finals Cyber Kong 635 Madoka Pin Madoka 1038 Magnitude Kishiwada Pin Susumu Yokosuka 1302 Magnitude Kishiwada Pin Magnitude Kishiwada 939 Masaaki Mochizuki Pin Taku Iwasa Pin Anthony W ...
Dragon Gate Open The Triangle Gate Championship - List of Reigns By Length
... Days Held Date Won Date Lost CIMA, Magnitude Kishiwada Masato Yoshino 319 July 12, 2005 May 27, 2006 Don Fujii, Masaaki Mochizuki Akebono 203 October 14, 2009 May 5, 2010 Don Fujii, K-ness. 30, 2006 November 19, 2006 Naruki Doi, Magnitude Kishiwada Masato Yoshino 49 July 22, 2007 September 9, 2007 Gamma, Shingo Takagi YAMATO 45 May 14, 2008 June 28, 2008 BxB Hulk, CIMA Jack Evans 41 August 20 ... Doi Don Fujii 6 July 3, 2005 July 9, 2005 Naruki Doi, Gamma Magnitude Kishiwada 6 April 9, 2007 April 15, 2007 Masato Yoshino, Naruki Doi and Shachihoko BOY 6 November 17, 2012 November 23, 2012 Naruki Doi ...

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