Kuishinbo Kamen

Akinori Tsukioka is a Japanese professional wrestler better known as Kuishinbo Kamen, a masked clown character.wikipedia
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Osaka Pro Wrestling

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When Tsukioka joined Osaka Pro Wrestling he adopted a masked clown gimmick, the comedic character "Kuishinbo Kamen" who wore a clown suit and even had a hat with yellow pom-poms attached to the mask.
Osaka Pro later announced that the promotion would continue under new president Yuji Sakagami and wrestlers Kuishinbo Kamen and Takoyakida.

Kikutaro

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He quickly developed a storyline feud with another comedic masked wrestler known as Ebessan.
Ebessan became particularly well known for his rivalry with Kuishinbo Kamen, the two having many fun and comedic matches.

Osaka Pro Wrestling Battle Royal Championship

Osaka Pro Wrestling Battle Royal Champion
On June 29, 2002 he became a double champion winning a battle royal to become the Osaka Pro Wrestling Battle Royal Champion).

Osaka Meibutsu Sekaiichi Championship

Meibutsu Sekaiichi Championship
Kamen defeated Ebessan to become the first ever holder of the Osaka Meibutsu Sekaiichi Championship (roughly translated into the "World's Best Osaka Attraction Championship").
The title was established in 2001 when Kuishinbo Kamen defeated Ebessan to win the championship.

Team Japan

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Kanjyuro Matsuyama

On June 6, 2010 Kamen teamed up with Ebessan III and Kanjyuro Matsuyama to defeat the team of Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida to win the UWA World Trios Championship, holding it for six days before losing it to Tokyo Gurentai (Fujita, Mazada and Nosawa).
He started working in Michinoku Pro Wrestling in October 2006, teaming with The Great Sasuke to compete in the Futaritabi Tag Team Tournament, although only to be eliminated at the first round by Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives Ebessan and Kuishinbo Kamen.

Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship

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UWA World Trios Championship

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On June 6, 2010 Kamen teamed up with Ebessan III and Kanjyuro Matsuyama to defeat the team of Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida to win the UWA World Trios Championship, holding it for six days before losing it to Tokyo Gurentai (Fujita, Mazada and Nosawa).

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Akinori Tsukioka is a Japanese professional wrestler better known as Kuishinbo Kamen, a masked clown character.

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Akinori Tsukioka is a Japanese professional wrestler better known as Kuishinbo Kamen, a masked clown character.

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Akinori Tsukioka is a Japanese professional wrestler better known as Kuishinbo Kamen, a masked clown character.

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Akinori Tsukioka is a Japanese professional wrestler better known as Kuishinbo Kamen, a masked clown character.

International Wrestling Association of Japan

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Tsukioka made his professional wrestling debut in 1999, working under his real name for International Wrestling Association of Japan for the first year of his career.

Battle royal (professional wrestling)

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On June 29, 2002 he became a double champion winning a battle royal to become the Osaka Pro Wrestling Battle Royal Champion).

Robot

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

United States

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

2004 TNA World X Cup Tournament

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Impact Wrestling

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Nosawa Rongai

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Chris Sabin

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Elix Skipper

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Sonjay Dutt

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla

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He would return to the ring a week later as ""Super Robo K", a robot gimmick completed with a more mechanical wrestling style. The character change only lasted for a couple of months before Kurishinbo Kamen returned to the ring. He regained the Meibutso Sekaiichi Championship on February 21, 2004 almost a year to the day he lost it. In March 2003 Kurishinbo Kamen and other Osaka Pro Wrestling representatives traveled to the United States of America, where they were part of the 2004 World X-Cup in TNA Wrestling. Kuishinbo Kamen teamed up with rival Ebessan and Nosawa, known as "Team Japan" losing to Chris Sabin, Elix Skipper and Sonjay Dutt who were part of "Team NWA". The group also worked a match for Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before returning to Japan. Kurishinbo Kamen would hold the Battle Royal and the Meibutsu Sekaiichi several times in subsequent years.

Tokyo Gurentai

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On June 6, 2010 Kamen teamed up with Ebessan III and Kanjyuro Matsuyama to defeat the team of Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida to win the UWA World Trios Championship, holding it for six days before losing it to Tokyo Gurentai (Fujita, Mazada and Nosawa).