Brilliant, but Lazy: A notorious one in terms of wrestling style. He can do high-flying feats with ease, but his usual style is lazy and slow-paced, doing as few moves as possible and relying on his gimmick and signature spots.
The Artifact: His role in the promotion has remained unchanged for years. Even after turning heel and joining Kowloon, his luck was the same - a perennial mid-carder with no solid hopes of ascending the scale.
Flanderization: Their penchant for Garbage Wrestling. They were somewhat prone to hardcore wrestling since their Face-Heel Turn, but over time their moveset has been taken over by it and nowadays they can almost literally work an entire match without a single wrestling move. Their technical mastery has been practically forgotten.
Idol Wrestlers: Their first gimmick was a Boy Band named Sailor Boys. Back in Toryumon X they were completed by Taiji Ishimori, so The Great Sasuke tried to replace him in Michinoku Pro, with disastrous results.
Kick Guys: Use a variety of shoot kicks, including spots like Toshiaki Kawada's punt kicks and Masaaki Mochizuki's sankakugeri.
True Companions: With Minamino and Ooma, who were the only Kowloon members that refused to betray him. They jumped to protect him from a beatdown by Kenou and the rest of the stable, and went to form Bad Boy with him and Ken45º.
Demoted to Extra: Despite his status as a promising rookie and his succesful tenure as top heel in M-Pro, the dissolution of LSJ got him demoted to a mid-carder mook for the next young heel, Hayato Fujita.