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== Profile ==
 
== Profile ==
 
 
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|image=Nosawa Rongai.jpg
 
|name=NOSAWA
 
|name=NOSAWA
 
|realName=Kazushige Nosawa
 
|realName=Kazushige Nosawa
|nicknames=
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|nicknames=Nosawa Out of the Question
|nameHistory=Kazushige Nosawa (debut - 02/98), Super Cacao (02/98 - 11/00), NOSAWA (10/98 - ), Space Lone Wolf (AJPW, 08/05 - )
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|nameHistory=Kazushige Nosawa (debut - 02/98), Super Cacao (02/98 - 11/00), NOSAWA (10/98 - ), Parka Guerrera (AJPW, 12/03), Space Lone Wolf (AJPW, 08/05 - ), NOSAWA Rongai, NOSAWA Mendoza (AJPW, 2007 - 2008),
|family=none
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Black Tiger VII
|maestro=[[Shogun K.Y. Wakamatsu]], [[Negro Casas]], [[Arkangel]]
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|family=
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|maestro=[[Shogun K.Y. Wakamatsu]], [[Negro Casas]], [[Arkangel]], [[Atsushi Onita]]
 
|birthdate=[[December 17]], [[1976]] - [[Ichikawa City]], [[Chiba]], [[Japan]]
 
|birthdate=[[December 17]], [[1976]] - [[Ichikawa City]], [[Chiba]], [[Japan]]
 
|obituarydate=
 
|obituarydate=
 
|debut=[[December 27]], [[1995]] - [[Chofu Green Hall]] - [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]
 
|debut=[[December 27]], [[1995]] - [[Chofu Green Hall]] - [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]]
 
|lostmaskto=[[Tigre Blanco]] - [[October 10]], [[1999]] - [[Arena Coliseo]]
 
|lostmaskto=[[Tigre Blanco]] - [[October 10]], [[1999]] - [[Arena Coliseo]]
|height=6'0"/182 cms
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|height=6'0"/182 cm
 
|weight=221 lbs/96 kg
 
|weight=221 lbs/96 kg
|signatureMoves= Michinokou Driver II, "Mi Amor de mi Novia" (modified La Casita?)
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|signatureMoves=[[Michinoku Driver II]], [[La Casita|Mi Amor De Mi Novia]], [[Shining Wizard]]
|titles=[[Guerrero State Welterweight Title]], [[Arena Azteca Budokan Light Heavyweight Title]], [[UWA World Tag Team Titles]], [[CMLL World Welterweight Title]] (2), [[DDT KO-D (Knockout) Title]], [[DDT KO-D Tag Team Titles]] (w/ [[Takashi Sasaki]]), [[CMLL Japan Tag Team Titles]] (w/ [[Pentagón Black|Sasuke The Great]]), [[IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Titles]] (w/ [[Masada]]), [[JCW (Juggalo Championshit Wrestling) Heavyweight Title]]
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|titles=Guerrero State Welterweight Championship, Arena Azteca Budokan Light Heavyweight Championship, [[UWA World Tag Team Championship]] (w/[[Masada|MAZADA]]), [[CMLL World Welterweight Championship]] (2), DDT KO-D Openweight Championship, DDT KO-D Tag Team Championship (w/[[Takashi Sasaki]]), DDT Exteme Division Championship, [[IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Championship]] (w/[[Masada|MAZADA]]), [[IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship]] (w/[[Masada|MAZADA]] & [[Takemura|TAKEMURA]]), JCW Heavyweight Champion, AJPW All Asia Tag Team Championship (w/[[Minoru Suzuki]]), [[UWA World Trios Championship]] (3) (w/[[Masada|MAZADA]] & [[Minoru Fujita|FUJITA]]), [[X-LAW International Title]], [[CMLL Japan Tag Team Titles]] (w/[[Pentagón Black|Sasuke the Great]]), [[Americas World Mixed Tag Team Titles]] (w/[[Io Shirai]]), Tokyo World Heavyweight Championship
 
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== Bio ==
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[[Japan]]ese wrestler who came to [[Mexico]], training with and working from [[1998]] to [[2004]]. In between indy appearances in Japan and the [[United States]], Nosawa returned to Mexico to wrestle in [[IWRG]] and [[AAA]].
  
 
== Luchas de apuestas record ==
 
== Luchas de apuestas record ==
 
{{astart}}
 
{{astart}}
{{aline|??/??/??|hair|[[Arkangel de la Muerte]]|[[Nosawa]]|unknown}}
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{{aline|??/??/??|hair|[[Arkangel de la Muerte]]|Nosawa|unknown}}
{{aline|99/10/19|mask|[[Tigre Blanco]]|Super Cacao (Nosawa)|Arena Coliseo - Mexico City}}
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{{aline|[[1999|99]]/[[October 19|10/19]]|mask|[[Tigre Blanco]]|Super Cacao|[[Arena Coliseo]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
{{aline|00/05/18|hair (1)|[[Tony Rivera]]|Super Cacao (Nosawa)|Arena Coliseo - Mexico City}}
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{{aline|[[2000|00]]/[[May 18|05/18]]|hair (1)|[[Tony Rivera]]|Super Cacao|[[Arena Coliseo]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
{{aline|00/05/28|hair (2)|[[Ricky Marvin]]|Super Cacao (Nosawa)|Arena Coliseo - Mexico City}}
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{{aline|[[2000|00]]/[[May 28|05/28]]|hair (2)|[[Ricky Marvin]]|Super Cacao|[[Arena Coliseo]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
{{aline|01/05/31|hairs|Suicida Mike Segura & Ultimo Vampiro|Nosawa & Masada|Arena Naucalpan - Naucalpan, Mexico State}}
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{{aline|[[2001|01]]/[[May 31|05/31]]|hairs|[[Mike Segura]] & [[Último Vampiro I|Último Vampiro]]|Nosawa & [[Masada]]|[[Arena Naucalpan]] - [[Naucalpan]], [[Mexico State]]}}
{{aline|03/05/16|hairs|Satánico & Negro Casas|Nosawa & Masada|Arena México - Mexico City}}
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{{aline|[[2003|03]]/[[May 16|05/16]]|hairs|[[Satánico]] & [[Negro Casas]]|Nosawa & [[Masada]]|[[Arena México]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
{{aend|<b>(1)</b> Relevos suicidas match vs. Brazo de Oro & Fugaz; <b>(2)</b> Relevos suicidas: Marvin & Cacao vs. Fugaz & Tony Rivera}}
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{{aend|<b>(1)</b> Relevos suicidas match vs. [[Brazo de Oro]] & [[Ramstein|Fugaz]]; <b>(2)</b> Relevos suicidas: [[Ricky Marvin]] & Super Cacao vs. [[Ramstein|Fugaz]] & [[Tony Rivera]]}}
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== Gallery ==
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{{Gallery|name=YoungNozawa.jpg|caption=1997}}
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{{Gallery||name=Cacao and oborman.jpg|caption=on right as Super Cacao w/ [[Dr. O'Borman Jr.]] in 1999}}
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{{Gallery|name=nosawa.jpg|caption=Earlier picture}}
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{{Gallery|name=SperLuchas38bbb.jpg‎|caption=Nosawa as Parka Guerrera}}
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{{Gallery|name=NOSAWA-XLAW-Inter.jpg|caption=as [[X-LAW International Championship|X-LAW International Champion]]}}
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{{Gallery|name=TeamJapan-IWRG-HighPower-2012.jpg|caption=Japanese team at 2012 [[IWRG]] Copa High Power}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:40, 1 May 2018

Profile

NOSAWA
NOSAWA
Name NOSAWA
Real name Kazushige Nosawa
Nicknames Nosawa Out of the Question
Name history Kazushige Nosawa (debut - 02/98), Super Cacao (02/98 - 11/00), NOSAWA (10/98 - ), Parka Guerrera (AJPW, 12/03), Space Lone Wolf (AJPW, 08/05 - ), NOSAWA Rongai, NOSAWA Mendoza (AJPW, 2007 - 2008), Black Tiger VII
Family
Maestro(s) Shogun K.Y. Wakamatsu, Negro Casas, Arkangel, Atsushi Onita
Birth date, location December 17, 1976 - Ichikawa City, Chiba, Japan
Obituary date
Debut, location December 27, 1995 - Chofu Green Hall - Tokyo, Japan
Lost mask to Tigre Blanco - October 10, 1999 - Arena Coliseo
Height 6'0"/182 cm
Weight 221 lbs/96 kg
Signature moves Michinoku Driver II, Mi Amor De Mi Novia, Shining Wizard
Titles: Guerrero State Welterweight Championship, Arena Azteca Budokan Light Heavyweight Championship, UWA World Tag Team Championship (w/MAZADA), CMLL World Welterweight Championship (2), DDT KO-D Openweight Championship, DDT KO-D Tag Team Championship (w/Takashi Sasaki), DDT Exteme Division Championship, IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Championship (w/MAZADA), IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship (w/MAZADA & TAKEMURA), JCW Heavyweight Champion, AJPW All Asia Tag Team Championship (w/Minoru Suzuki), UWA World Trios Championship (3) (w/MAZADA & FUJITA), X-LAW International Title, CMLL Japan Tag Team Titles (w/Sasuke the Great), Americas World Mixed Tag Team Titles (w/Io Shirai), Tokyo World Heavyweight Championship

Bio

Japanese wrestler who came to Mexico, training with and working from 1998 to 2004. In between indy appearances in Japan and the United States, Nosawa returned to Mexico to wrestle in IWRG and AAA.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? hair Arkangel de la Muerte Nosawa unknown
99/10/19 mask Tigre Blanco Super Cacao Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
00/05/18 hair (1) Tony Rivera Super Cacao Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
00/05/28 hair (2) Ricky Marvin Super Cacao Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
01/05/31 hairs Mike Segura & Último Vampiro Nosawa & Masada Arena Naucalpan - Naucalpan, Mexico State
03/05/16 hairs Satánico & Negro Casas Nosawa & Masada Arena México - Mexico City
(1) Relevos suicidas match vs. Brazo de Oro & Fugaz; (2) Relevos suicidas: Ricky Marvin & Super Cacao vs. Fugaz & Tony Rivera


Gallery

1997
on right as Super Cacao w/ Dr. O'Borman Jr. in 1999
Earlier picture
Nosawa as Parka Guerrera
Japanese team at 2012 IWRG Copa High Power