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:*[[NWA Florida World Tag Team Championship|NWA World Tag Team Championship ''(Florida Version)'']] (5 times) - with [[Hisao Tanaka|Duke Keomuka]] (4) and Dick Steinborn (1)
 
:*[[NWA Florida World Tag Team Championship|NWA World Tag Team Championship ''(Florida Version)'']] (5 times) - with [[Hisao Tanaka|Duke Keomuka]] (4) and Dick Steinborn (1)
 
:*[[NWA Mid-America World Tag Team Championship|NWA World Tag Team Championship ''(Mid-America Version)'']] (1 time) - with [[Kanji Inoki|Antonio Inoki]]
 
:*[[NWA Mid-America World Tag Team Championship|NWA World Tag Team Championship ''(Mid-America Version)'']] (1 time) - with [[Kanji Inoki|Antonio Inoki]]
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==References==
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http://www.wrestling-titles.com/japan/alljapan/asia-t.html
   
 
[[Category:Japanese wrestlers|Kojima, Yasuhiro]]
 
[[Category:Japanese wrestlers|Kojima, Yasuhiro]]

Revision as of 07:43, July 2, 2008


Yasuhiro Kojima (July 22, 1937 – November 27, 1999) was the trainer of Hulk Hogan, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, Lex Luger, Ron Simmons, Keiji Mutoh and many other professional wrestlers. He was better known as Hiro Matsuda, an identity he adopted while competing in the southern U. S., inspired by earlier wrestlers Sorakichi Matsuda and Matty Matsuda. As a trainer, Matsuda was famous for being very stiff with his trainees to toughen them up and teach them to respect the business.

Championships and accomplishments

All Japan Pro Wrestling

National Wrestling Alliance

  • World
  • National
  • Regional

References

http://www.wrestling-titles.com/japan/alljapan/asia-t.html

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