Biography(references)After deciding to become a professional fighter, he joined Wajyutsu Keisyukai in Nagasaki, where the former headquarters was located. He worked various part-time jobs to support himself, and trained there for two years, after which he moved to Tokyo where there were more competitions and fight opportunities. Currently, he trains and fights out of Wajyutsu Keisyukai Tokyo HQ, and teaches classes at Marupuro Gym once or twice a week. His strength is in grappling, but over time he developed a good striking game, training with other Keishukai pros such as strikers Kenji Osawa, Hayate Usui, and many others. He became Shooto 65 kg champion on March 28, 2008 by defeating Akitoshi Tamura by majority decision.
Shooto: 2000 All Japan Amateur Shooto Welterweight Runner Up
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