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Atsushi Onita

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Also known as Great Nita, Mr. Onita

Current gimmick: Atsushi Onita
Promotion: Freelancer
Age: 56 years
Real name: Atsushi Onita
Birthday: 25.10.1957
Birthplace: Nagasaki, Japan
Sex: male
Height: 5' 11" (181 cm)
Weight: 218 lbs (99 kg)
Background in sports: Baseball
WWW: http://www.facebook.com/atsushi.onitafire
http://www.twitter.com/onitaatsushi
http://ameblo.jp/atsushi-onita
http://oonita.hot-boy.jp
Alter egos: Atsushi Onita
Great Nita
Mr. Onita
Roles: Singles Wrestler (1974 - today)
Tag Team Wrestler (1974 - today)
Promoter (1989 - today)
Trainer
Beginning of in-ring career: 14.04.1974
In-ring experience: 40 years
Wrestling style: Allrounder, Hardcore
Trainer: Giant Baba, Terry Funk & The Destroyer
Nickname(s): "Mr. Liar"
Trademark holds: Thunder Fire Bomb, DDT/DDO (Dangerous Driver Onita), Diving Headbutt
Atsushi Onita
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- brach mit 16 Jahren die Schule ab und holte seinen Abschluss im Alter von über 40 Jahren nach
- hat einen Universitätsabschluss in Ökonomie
- war von Juli 2001 bis Juli 2007 als Politiker der Liberaldemokratischen Partei im japanischen Abgeordnetenhaus
- Sänger der Punk-Band KIxxANDCRY
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
Sea Anemone wrote on 18.04.2014:
[10.0] "The charisma and the passion that Atsushi Onita wrestles with makes him truly one of the most amazing wrestlers of all time. His matches are full of the most emotion of any other match on the card. The guy turned deathmatch wrestling into an emotional roller-coaster that truly captivates the audience. One of the all-time best."
BoatPeopleJoe wrote on 26.12.2013:
[10.0] "Just too great back in the day although i feel he should hang it up these days."
Leone wrote on 09.12.2013:
[9.0] "As the 1st graduate of the AJPW Dojo, it isn't hard to say that Onita had the right foundations from the beginning. Up until his 1st retirement in 1985, Onita was 1 of the best wrestlers in the Junior Heavyweight division, and if he hadn't been injured, he may have remained as such. However, this eventually led not only to 1 of the best comebacks in wrestling, but also to the increased popularity of Deathmatch wrestling in the 1990s when Onita formed the FMW promotion in 1989. For the next 6 years, despite his junior-heavyweight style becoming limited, Onita would go on to wrestle in some of the bloodiest, brutalist, and most barbaric wrestling matches that have ever been conceived. Landmine matches, exploding barbed wire matches, electric cage matches, fire matches, Onita did them all. He took many the worst of the bumps, received hundreds of stitches and even once had barbed wire stuck in his throat. Some could argue that he was just some garbage wrestler who only did powerbombs, headbutts and DDTs. But he was a storyteller first. In every death match, he told a story, often starting slow, using in-ring psychology and holds, and therefore making the violence and finishers memorable when they happened. FMW is now long gone, and Onita is still doing these sorts of matches from time to time (even, for some reason, looking younger now). His glory days may be over, but he has left his legacy as being among the Masters of Hardcore Wrestling."
Mudam wrote on 25.08.2013:
[9.0] "Onita in my opinion was always the king of hardcore. He's knows how to really entertain a crowd, and also knows how to piss off a crowd too certainly one of the best hardcore wrestlers ever."
joshimania wrote on 23.06.2013:
[10.0] "The best deathmatch wrestler in history kind of wish he would retire though."

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Average Rating: 8.33
Average in 2014: 9.40
Average in 2013: 9.50
Average in 2011: 7.50
Average in 2009: 2.00
Average in 2008: 8.89
Average in 2007: 10.00

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