Given Name & Ring Name: Atsushi Onita
Birthdate: October 25, 1957
Birthplace: Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Japan
Weight: 218 lbs
Pro Wrestling Debut: April 14, 1974 (at the age of 16 years old)
Founder and Owner of FMW / Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling from July 28, 1989 to 1995.
The innovator & God father of the Explosion Deathmatch. No other wrestler has ever been blown up more times than this man. Maybe the biggest legend in Deathmatch History. Atsushi Onita.
- 111 STITCHES Atsushi Onita holds the all time record for the most stitches required after a wrestling match after facing his old rival Masashi Aoyagi Exploding Double Hell Barbwire match. Despite having his body deeply sliced by the explode barbwire, Onita won the match.
- 1,032 STITCHES overall from his body, Atsushi Onita holds the Guinness Book of World Records for having more stitches than any human being.
- The Japanese government would make Atsushi Onita a national spokesman for AIDS awareness due to all the inflected wounds he had suffered throughout the years.
- Atsushi Onita would also hold a party to celebrate the accomplishment of over 1,000 stitches.
The hardcore wrestling icon who invented the no-rope barbed wire match as well the exploding one & the founder of FMW (the true originator of hardcore not ECW with all due respect) Atsushi Onita.
Aside from revolutionizing pro wrestling...
- Atsushi Onita was a politician. In 2001 he won the 19th House of Councilors election as a representative of the Liberal Democratic Party and had a seat in the Japanese Diet. Onita even have a politics Nintendo DS video game named after him, Atsushi Onita's Political Quiz.
- Atsushi Onita is a womanizer who claimed to have broken Wilt Chamberlain's record of sleeping with 20,000 women.
- However his womanizing way clashed with his political career as he was forced out of politics because of a sex scandal in which he was alleged to have used government accommodations to host a threesome with a pornographic film actress and a female employee of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation.
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