12 Facts About Tomohiko Hashimoto


Tomohiko Hashimoto is a Japanese professional wrestler and former judoka and mixed martial artist, best known for his time with Dramatic Dream Team, where he competed as a mainstay from 2000 to 2006.


Later that year, Hashimoto won the 2000 DDT Tag League with his trainer Koichiro Kimura by defeating Sanshiro Takagi and Exciting Yoshida.


At Sheep, Tomohiko Hashimoto won his first professional wrestling championship when he and Sanshiro Takagi defeated Gentaro and Takashi Sasaki to win the KO-D Tag Team Championship on January 31,2003.


Tomohiko Hashimoto returned to DDT, a month later by defeating Shuji Ishikawa.


Tomohiko Hashimoto teamed with Seiya Morohashi to participate in the 2003 KO-D Tag League for the vacant KO-D Tag Team Championship, which they won by defeating Takashi Sasaki and Tanomusaku Toba in the tournament final on September 28.


Tomohiko Hashimoto won his third and final KO-D Tag Team Championship with Nobutaka Moribe by defeating Seiya Morohashi and Tanomusaku Toba at Don't Try This At Home.


Tomohiko Hashimoto began freelancing for various independent promotions, most notably Apache Army.


Tomohiko Hashimoto founded a booking agency Team Vader with Big Van Vader and won their Vader Cup in 2008.


Tomohiko Hashimoto won Apache Army's WEW World Tag Team Championship five times and the WEW World Heavyweight Championship once.


Tomohiko Hashimoto made appearances for the Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling spin-off Cho Sento Puroresu FMW, where he teamed with W*ING Kanemura and Raijin Yaguchi to defeat Atsushi Onita, Masato Tanaka and Hideki Hosaka to win the FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship on January 24,2016.


Tomohiko Hashimoto had an extremely unsuccessful career with four losses and one win via knockout.


Tomohiko Hashimoto has been featured in professional wrestling video games Fire Pro Wrestling 2 and Fire Pro Wrestling Returns.