Saturday, July 13, 2024
Cima

Cima

Born:
11/15/1977
,
Sakai, Osaka, Japan
Birthname:
Nobuhiko Oshima
Height & Weight:
5'9"
,
187 Ib

Titles Won:

  • Open the Brave Gate Championship
  • Open the Dream Gate Championship (3 times)
  • Open the Owarai Gate Championship (3 times)
  • Open the Twin Gate Championship (5 times) – with Gamma (3), Ricochet (1) and Dragon Kid (1)
  • Open the Triangle Gate Championship (12 times) – with Naruki Doi and Shingo Takagi (1), Naruki Doi and Don Fujii (1), Magnitude Kishiwada and Masato Yoshino (1), Jack Evans and BxB Hulk (1), Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka (2), Gamma and Kagetora (1), Gamma and Genki Horiguchi (2), Dragon Kid and Ricochet (1), and Don Fujii and Gamma (2)
  • Open the Triangle Gate League (2006)

Cima is a Japanese professional wrestler currently working for Oriental Wrestling Entertainment (OWE), where he also serves as the company’s president and currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

Cima is best known for his work with Dragon Gate, whom he worked for from the promotion’s formation in 2004 up until 2018. In Dragon Gate, he held every available championship in the promotion, including the Open the Triangle Gate Championship a record 12 times.

Other Notable Achievements: AWF Australasian Championship, Open the United Gate Championship (2 times) – with Ricochet (1) and AR Fox (1), DDT KO-D 6 Man Tag Team Championship – with Duan Yingnan and T-Hawk (as Strong Hearts), IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship (2 times), Copa Higher Power (1998) – with Judo Suwa, Lyguila, Magnum Tokyo, Ryo Saito, Sumo Fujii and Último Dragón, Copa Higher Power (2007)

Michinoku Pro Wrestling Futaritabi Tag Team League (1999) – with Suwa, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Battle of Los Angeles (2007), Tokyo Sports Technique Award (2006), NWA International Light Heavyweight Championship, Último Dragón Gym Championship (2 times), UWA World Trios Championship (4 times) – with Suwa and Big/Don Fujii (3), and Big Fuji and Taru (1), El Numero Uno League (2003), One Night Tag Tournament (2002) – with Suwa, UDG Championship Tournament (2004)