[Japanese Wrestler Gallery]
||November 29, 1968
||Kumamoto, Yatsuhiro, Japan
|Height & Weight:
||6'0" - 234 lbs
||Tarzan Goto at the FMW Dojo
||May 5, 1991
Darkside of "H"
Darkside of Hayabusa
||Super Falcon Arrow
||H Edge (Rock Bottom)
Shooting Star Press
Springboard Somersault Senton
Phoenix (Corkscrew 450) Splash
Firebird (450) Splash
H Thunder(Emerald Fusion)
The Gladiator (aka. Mike Awesome)
All Asia Tag titles w/Jinsei Shinzaki ();
FMW World Street-Fight 6 Man Tag Team titles w/Masato Tanaka & Koji Nakagawa ();
FMW World Street-Fight 6 Man Tag Team titles w/Masato Tanaka & Hisakatsu Oya ();
FMW World Brass Knuckles title ();
FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team titles w/Masato Tanaka ();
FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team titles w/Daisuke Ikeda ();
FMW World Independent Heavyweight title ();
WEW 6 Man Tag Team titles w/Tetsuhiro Kuroda & GOEMON ();
WEW Singles title ();
WEW Tag Team titles w/Mr. Gannosuke ();
WEW Tag Team titles w/Tetsuhiro Kuroda ();
Hayabusa translated into english means Falcon or The Bird That Never Dies..
Hayabusa invented the Phoenix Splash..
October 23, 2001: Hayabusa was seriously injured in a PPV match at Korakuen Hall against Mammoth Sasaki..
~~~Attempting a moonsault, his foot slipped and he landed directly on his head and was sent to the hospital..
~~~Hayabusa suffered a broken neck and his wrestling career appeared to be over..
~~~He was aldo drugged to prevent an infection from spreading to his heart, which would kill him..
Hayabusa planned to open up his own promotion in August called Wrestling Marvelous of the Future (WMF)..
Hayabusa teamed a lot with Jinsei Shinzaki and with Mr. Gannosuke..
Hayabusa walked with the aid of crutches at the first WMF Show at Korakuen Hall...
Hayabusa is currently in the music industry (as a singer) and sporadically performs in Japan..
Hayabusa still hopes to one day return to the ring for one last match..
http://fmwwrestling.us/Hayabio.php - The most detailed Haybusa biography you will find..
August 19, 2006--Pro Wrestling Unplugged: Hayabusa made an appearance in a wheel-chair and stood up to a standing ovation