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Also known as Tajiri, Yoshihiro Tajiri, Aquarius, Kikkoman

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# Date Promotion Match Event type
1 26.12.2006 HUSTLE Giant Vabo defeats TAJIRI (5:48) Pay Per View
2 25.12.2006 HUSTLE Commander An Jo & TAJIRI defeat Giant Vabo & KUSHIDA (10:19) Pay Per View
3 24.11.2006 Pro Wrestling ZERO1 Masato Tanaka & Shinjiro Otani defeat Minoru Fujita & TAJIRI (21:50)
ZERO1-MAX Explosion '06 - Tag 1 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
4 23.11.2006 HUSTLE Naoya Ogawa, Newling & TAJIRI defeat CAIYA, Commander An Jo & Toshiaki Kawada (9:03)
HUSTLEMANIA 2006 @ Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Pay Per View
5 15.11.2006 HUSTLE Kohei Sato, Red Onigumo & Toshiaki Kawada defeat Kintaro Kanemura, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI (9:29)
HUSTLE House Vol. 21 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
6 29.10.2006 All Japan Pro Wrestling Great Muta & TAJIRI defeat Kaz Hayashi & Satoshi Kojima (25:24)
AJPW 2006 Shining Series - Tag 10 @ Fukuoka International Center in Fukuoka, Japan
7 27.10.2006 Pro Wrestling ZERO1 TAJIRI defeats Minoru Fujita (20:19)
ZERO1-MAX Fantastic Tour 2006 - Tag 9 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
8 12.10.2006 Masao Orihara, TAJIRI & Ultimo Guerrero defeat Jinsei Shinzaki, Kazuchika Okada & Ultimo Dragon (24:18)
UD:06 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
9 09.10.2006 HUSTLE Ten Man Tag Team Elimination: HG, Naoya Ogawa, Newling-sama, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Genichiro Tenryu, Giant Vabo, Kohei Sato, Monster C & Toshiaki Kawada (17:28)
HUSTLE-20 @ Prefectural Gymnasium in Aichi, Japan
Pay Per View
10 06.10.2006 HUSTLE Commander An Jo, Giant Vabo & Wild HAKAIYA defeat CAIYA, KUSHIDA & TAJIRI by Ringrichterentscheid (12:08)
HUSTLE-19 @ Prefectural Gymnasium in Osaka, Japan
Pay Per View
11 07.09.2006 HUSTLE KUSHIDA & TAJIRI defeat Blue Onigumo & Red Onigumo (9:13)
HUSTLE House Vol. 20 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
12 27.08.2006 All Japan Pro Wrestling Great Muta defeats TAJIRI (18:33) Pay Per View
13 09.08.2006 HUSTLE Kintaro Kanemura, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Giant Vabo, Sodom & Toshiaki Kawada (8:25)
HUSTLE House Vol. 19 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
14 08.08.2006 HUSTLE Commander An Jo & Sodom defeat Kintaro Kanemura & TAJIRI (11:45)
HUSTLE House Vol. 18 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
15 11.07.2006 HUSTLE Monster C & Toshiaki Kawada defeat Kintaro Kanemura & TAJIRI (12:12)
HUSTLE House Vol. 17 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
16 09.07.2006 HUSTLE Naoya Ogawa & TAJIRI defeat The M-Peranza & Toshiaki Kawada (11:00)
HUSTLE-18 @ Pacifico Yokohama Kokuritsu Hall in Kanagawa, Japan
Pay Per View
17 23.06.2006 Mil Mascaras, noki-A & Ultimo Dragon defeat Ayako Hamada, Gran Hamada & TAJIRI (15:55)
UD:06 ~ UD FIESTA @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
18 17.06.2006 HUSTLE Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Newling & Toshiaki Kawada (10:44)
HUSTLE Aid 2006 ~ Save The World By Hustling @ Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan
Pay Per View
19 17.06.2006 HUSTLE The Esperanza defeats TAJIRI (4:44)
HUSTLE Aid 2006 ~ Save The World By Hustling @ Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan
Pay Per View
20 15.06.2006 HUSTLE Sodom And Gomora (Gomora & Sodom) defeat Hirotaka Yokoi & TAJIRI (6:44)
HUSTLE House Vol. 16 ~ Road To HUSTLE Aid @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
21 11.06.2006 World Wrestling Entertainment The FBI (Little Guido & Tony Mamaluke) defeat Super Crazy & Yoshihiro Tajiri (12:30)
ECW One Night Stand 2006 @ Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York, USA
Pay Per View
22 13.05.2006 HUSTLE Masato Tanaka, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Demon Spider, Sendai-shi Low & The Flying Vampire #25 (11:11)
HUSTLE-17 @ Sendai City Gym in Miyagi, Japan
Pay Per View
23 28.04.2006 Big Japan Pro-Wrestling Great Kojika & TAJIRI defeat Hiroyuki Kondo & Katsumasa Inoue (4:26)
BJW April Tour 2006 - Tag 6 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
24 23.04.2006 HUSTLE Commander An Jo & Sodom And Gomora (Gomora & Sodom) defeat Hustle Kamen Yellow, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI (9:39)
HUSTLE House Vol. 14 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
25 22.04.2006 HUSTLE Erica, Margaret & TAJIRI defeat Commander An Jo, Dokron Z & Onigumo (11:44)
HUSTLE House Vol. 13 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
26 20.04.2006 HUSTLE Ten Man Tag Team Elimination: Giant Vabo, New Yinling-sama, Sodom, Toshiaki Kawada & Yoji Anjo defeat Erica, Naoya Ogawa, Razor Ramon Hard Gay, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI (36:06)
HUSTLE-16 @ Prefectural Gym in Osaka, Japan
Pay Per View
27 16.04.2006 TAJIRI defeats Hiromi Horiguchi (16:04)
UD:06 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
28 12.03.2006 HUSTLE Razor Ramon Hard Gay & TAJIRI defeat Kenzo Suzuki & Toshiaki Kawada (15:50)
HUSTLE-15 @ Aichi Prefectural Gym in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Pay Per View
29 09.03.2006 HUSTLE Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Commander An Jo & Giant Vabo (4:52)
HUSTLE House Vol. 12 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Pay Per View
30 05.03.2006 HUSTLE Razor Ramon Hard Gay, Shinjiro Otani & TAJIRI defeat Kohei Sato, The Monster PTA & Yoji Anjo (15:11)
HUSTLE-14 @ Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Pay Per View
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
TBThardyfan000 wrote on 03.08.2016:
[10.0] "Tajiri is one of the Greatest Wrestlers to come out of Japan and that's some thing that souldnt be laughed he's one of the greatest strikers and kickers in the game. I remember watching Tajiri as a kid and being amazed by his ability in the ring. Tajiri was The Face of the WWE's Cruiser weights Division and with rumors that the Cruiser weight Division is making a full return To the WWE we could see the Japanese Buzzsaw back in the WWE."
The Phantom Pain wrote on 21.07.2016:
[9.0] "I've always thought that Tajiri was one of under-utilized Japanese wrestlers for WWE. Sure he may not be anywhere near Great Muta/Keiji Mutoh's status, but his gimmick sometimes involving green mist was satisfying. He also had intensifying kicks when he was in his prime. And damn, was he also entertaining with William Regal. Sure they gave him a tag title and cruiserweight title, but most of them thought he wasn't gonna be Great Muta's level. Nice to see him again just for the Cruiserweight Classic."
killowenskill wrote on 03.07.2016:
[7.0] "Tajiri good wrestler. I would not say that he was one of the highlights of the Japanese, but still worth mentioning. Despite his age, he still gives a good match, well, in principle, very mobile. The truth is I do not see it charisma, the absence of this factor, it seems to me, make it hurt a brighter career."
JEK 1991 wrote on 15.02.2016:
[8.0] "One of the best Japanese cruiserweights ever! I liked him a lot when I was a kid. Spraying his green mist in his opponents faces, using the Tarantula, and was very flexible. The tartnula looked pretty painful. He fought against big opponents like Albert, Big Show, Mark Henry and Viscera. He never cared how big his opponents were. When he was in WWE in 1997 he was not that good at first but when he fought in ECW he was phenomenal. When he returned to the WWE in 2001 he was a big hit winning the light heavyweight title, World Tag team with William Regal, Tag team with Eddie Guerrerro, and the Cruiserweight defeating Rey Mysterio. Tajiri in my opinion is the best modern day Japanese wrestlers."
zzzorf wrote on 07.11.2015:
[9.0] "Many Japanese wrestlers have competed in the WWE but not many have had much success overall, the Japanese Buzzsaw however was one of the few that did. Personally I am a fan of Tajiriís, I always enjoyed his matches and would look forward to his upcoming matches when he was an active member of the roster. He always put on a great show in the ring, able to hang with most wrestlers that he was called upon to face, exactly what you would expect from a strong midcard such as he was. Tajiri may not be as big of a star as others but he was a very entertaining part of the product when he was involved. His unique style in the ring meant that he was very entertaining whenever he stepped between the ropes and was quite over with the crowds for the majority of his run. However as with a lot of superstars he was trapped by his booking. He never received that one big push that he probably deserved, most likely due to his size and ethnicity. However to a lot of his fans, including me, Tajiri will always be remembered as a shining light in what was a stacked roster at the time. Someone whom we can remember fondly and think what could have been."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 25.08.2015:
[10.0] "An all time great striker, great character adapting elements of the Muta persona but also striking out on his own in many ways, great on the mat, able to fly if ever needed, and also a pioneer of bringing elements of puroresu to America. You notice how many US indy guys concentrate hard on kicks these days? Don't think this man didn't have a big influence on that. If he had come along a little later I think he could have gone even higher in the US, but regardless he was always a highly popular midcarder and gave 100% for every match he's in, which he still does today in various companies in Japan. My all time personal favorite and just a great performer."
Preston Ward Condra wrote on 22.06.2015:
[6.0] "Tajiri had an interesting enough gimmick. His "green mist" misdemeanor was funny and while it was apparent that a wrestler of his physique was never going to amount to being than just a low mid-carder at best. Hell, Tajiri lost his last match to a nobody on Sunday Night Heat, he did made the best out of himself with some good tag matches with Eddie Guerrero and William Regal."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 17.05.2015:
[7.0] "Despite his lack of size in comparison to what's considered "desirable" in North America, it's arguable whether or not TAJIRI made more of an impact in the United States as opposed to Japan. Though he certainly made a name for himself in Big Japan (and currently plays a prominent role with Keiji Mutoh's Wrestle-1), he was a staple of WWE's Cruiserweight and Tag divisions in the early-mid 2000's and is highly regarded amongst ECW fans for his work in that promotion as well."
Ruiner87 wrote on 16.03.2014:
[8.0] "Severely underrated talent. Some of the meanest kicks in the business, and he's put on a nice catalogue of very good matches. Definitely one of the coolest cruiserweights to grace North America."
gaxal0 wrote on 01.10.2013:
[10.0] "If you were to open up a wrestling textbook and look under 'Kick', Tajiri would have a whole chapter to himself, the best striker ever."

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Average Rating: 8.21
Average in 2016: 8.63
Average in 2015: 8.22
Average in 2014: 7.83
Average in 2013: 8.67
Average in 2012: 7.00
Average in 2011: 7.90
Average in 2010: 7.67
Average in 2009: 8.00
Average in 2008: 8.32
Average in 2007: 8.26

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