- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- Axe kick
- Back heel kick
- Bridging dragon suplex
- Corner big boot
- Ikkakugeri (Running knee strike to an opponent trapped horizontally between the turnbuckles)
- Illusion (Feint roundhouse kick followed by a reverse roundhouse kick)
- Roundhouse kick to the head of a kneeling or seated opponent
- Running single leg dropkick
- Sankakugeri (Corner middle rope springboard enzuigiri)
- Topé Masaaki (Over the top rope suicide dive)
- Twisting Ikkakugeri (Running back heel kick to an opponent trapped horizontally between the turnbuckles)
- Wagamamana Hizakozou (Repeated shoot kicks to the opponent's chest)
- "Kon no Kegeou"
- Theme music
- "Kizudarake no Eikou" performed by Masaaki Mochizuki (Available on Dragon Gate's OPEN THE MUSIC GATE album)
- "Idrake no Eikou" by Takeshi Obou (Used only for high-profile matches)
- "FINAL STAGE" by Dragon Gate productions (Used while a part of Final M2K)
- "The Worst One" by Dragon Gate (Used while a part of Aagan Iisou)
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