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Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts.Wrestling/{{Battlarts}}. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.


-->"...It was the quintessential ZERO-ONE card offering, if nothing else, variety; junior heavyweights and super heavyweights, flying wrestlers and power wrestlers, 80s tribute gimmicks and 80s superstars, performers old and young, fat and thin, short and tall, good and bad. Wrestling/NaoyaOgawa defeating The Predator in their first ever cage match highlighted the show."

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-->"...It was the quintessential ZERO-ONE card offering, if nothing else, variety; junior heavyweights and super heavyweights, flying wrestlers and power wrestlers, 80s tribute gimmicks and 80s superstars, performers old and young, fat and thin, short and tall, good and bad. Wrestling/NaoyaOgawa defeating [[Wrestling/SylvesterTerkay The Predator Predator]] in their first ever cage match highlighted the show."



'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Under his hand, ZERO-ONE was a mainstay in the puroresu scene and a direct rival to the similarly founded Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after Hashimoto's death in 2005 and the promotion's rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, it began a major decline and ended up turning into basically a large-sized indy, the position it occupies today.

Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In an odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/FightingOperaHUSTLE. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto. Under his hand, ZERO-ONE was a mainstay in the puroresu scene and a direct rival to the similarly founded Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after Hashimoto's death in 2005 and Hashimoto left the promotion's rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, it promotion in 2004, the company began a major gradual decline and ended up turning into basically a large-sized indy, the position it occupies today.

Originally conceived by Hashimoto as a sub-company within Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling, he launched it as an independent promotion in January 2001 after leaving NJPW by booking disagreements. Helped by native loyalists, various friends and foreign allies, Hashimoto led it to success until 2004, year in which the promotion started an interesting crossover with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/FightingOperaHUSTLE. However, November of that year also saw Hashimoto leaving ZERO-ONE due to economic mismanagement, which caused the promotion to fold and be re-opened by the rest of the staff under the name [=ZERO1=]-Max. The company continued its co-promotion with HUSTLE until the latter's end in 2009, year in which it got renamed again, now as [=ZERO1=]. A couple years later, the late Shinya's son Daichi Hashimoto would debut, though his short tenure in the company would only be the first of several failed attempts to give it its former status.

Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In an odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/FightingOperaHUSTLE. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.


* AbortedArc
** After the pro wrestling debut of Daichi Hashimoto in 2011, famous kickboxer Yuichiro Nagashima came to announce he was becoming a wrestler too and that he would be Daichi's [[TheRival rival]], which seemed to foretell a lifelong feud full of great wars and five star matches like the wrestlers of yore. Then it all ended abruptly when, after literally two matches for [=ZERO1=], Nagashima left for Inoki Genome Federation and dropped his plans of wrestling full time. Ironically, Daichi also jumped to IGF three years later, but by then Nagashima had abandoned pro wrestling altogether and had returned to kickboxing.

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* AbortedArc
** After the pro wrestling debut of Daichi Hashimoto in 2011, famous kickboxer Yuichiro Nagashima came to announce he was becoming a wrestler too and that he would be Daichi's [[TheRival rival]], which seemed to foretell a lifelong feud full of great wars and five star matches like the wrestlers of yore. Then it all ended abruptly when, after literally two matches for [=ZERO1=], Nagashima left for Inoki Genome Federation and dropped his plans of wrestling full time. Ironically, Daichi also jumped to IGF three years later, but by then Nagashima had abandoned pro wrestling altogether and had returned to kickboxing.
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** UEXILE took the trouble to redebut under his real name with the goal of being a [=ZERO1=] regular, but he vanished shortly after.
** After the pro wrestling debut of Daichi Hashimoto in 2011, famous kickboxer Yuichiro Nagashima came to announce he was becoming a wrestler too and that he would be Daichi's [[TheRival rival]], which seemed to foretell a lifelong feud full of great wars and five star matches like the wrestlers of yore. Then it all ended abruptly when, after literally two matches for [=ZERO1=], Nagashima left for Inoki Genome Federation and dropped his plans of wrestling full time. Ironically, Daichi also jumped to IGF three years later, but by then Nagashima had abandoned pro wrestling altogether and had returned to kickboxing.
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-->"...It was the quintessential ZERO-ONE card offering, if nothing else, variety; junior heavyweights and super heavyweights, flying wrestlers and power wrestlers, 80s tribute gimmicks and 80s superstars, performers old and young, fat and thin, short and tall, good and bad. Naoya Ogawa defeating The Predator in their first ever cage match highlighted the show."

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-->"...It was the quintessential ZERO-ONE card offering, if nothing else, variety; junior heavyweights and super heavyweights, flying wrestlers and power wrestlers, 80s tribute gimmicks and 80s superstars, performers old and young, fat and thin, short and tall, good and bad. Naoya Ogawa Wrestling/NaoyaOgawa defeating The Predator in their first ever cage match highlighted the show."


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* TheArtifact: ZERO-ONE formerly figured as a member of Wrestling/{{National Wrestling Alliance}}, the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance (which includes Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, Wrestling/RingOfHonor and Wrestling/DramaticDreamTeam amongst its members) and the World Wrestling League. As such, "Zero-1" or some variation of occasionally pops up in promotions that seem entirely unrelated to it, such as NWA Midwest.


Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In an odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for its cosmopolitism and openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In an odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}.Wrestling/FightingOperaHUSTLE. Currently, the company focuses mostly on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.


* ForeignFanservice: The ladies took a real liking to [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leondard Spanky]], so the promoters capitalized.


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* GorgeousGaijin: The ladies took a real liking to [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leondard Spanky]], so the promoters capitalized.


'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Under Hashimoto's flag, ZERO-ONE became a mainstay in the puroresu scene and competed against Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after his death in 2005 and its rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, the promotion began a major decline and ended turning into a big-sized indy, the position for which it is most known.

Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his cosmopolitism and openness, having featured a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling and frequently booking freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following its creator's interest in martial arts, the company used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In a odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, which helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Currently, the company is mostly focused on its junior heavyweight division and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Under Hashimoto's flag, his hand, ZERO-ONE became was a mainstay in the puroresu scene and competed against a direct rival to the similarly founded Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after his Hashimoto's death in 2005 and its the promotion's rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, the promotion it began a major decline and ended up turning into basically a big-sized large-sized indy, the position for which it is most known.

occupies today.

Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his its cosmopolitism and openness, having featured openness. It maintained a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling in the TurnOfTheMillennium, later became the Mecca of the Japanese independent circuit, and still frequently booking books freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following Also, following its late creator's interest in martial arts, the company it used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In a an odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, which helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}. Currently, the company is focuses mostly focused on its junior heavyweight division and its batch of legends and technical luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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-->"...It was the quintessential ZERO-ONE card offering, if nothing else, variety; junior heavyweights and super heavyweights, flying wrestlers and power wrestlers, 80s tribute gimmicks and 80s superstars, performers old and young, fat and thin, short and tall, good and bad. Naoya Ogawa defeating The Predator in their first ever cage match highlighted the show."
-->--'''Ichiban Puroresu''' about [[http://www.ichibanpuroresu.com/review/review066.html 2002 in Japanese professional wrestling]]


* ThoseTwoGuys: Ikuto Hidaka tends to be one of those with his tag partners, most specifically Minoru Fujita, Munenori Sawa and Takafumi Ito, who is also his real life best friend.

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* ThoseTwoGuys: Ikuto Hidaka tends to be one of those with his many tag team partners, most specifically Minoru Fujita, Munenori Sawa and Takafumi Ito, who is also his apparently was it in real life best friend.with Takafumi Ito back when they trained together under Masanobu Kurisu.



* WaiFu: During a 3 on 3 tag match at ''[=ZERO1=] Dream Series ~ Growth'' Momono Mio managed to get the win for her team by putting Hartley Jackson in a knee lock. Now Jackson was the smallest man on his team, but still way bigger than Momono, the smallest woman on hers.

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* WaiFu: WaifFu: During a 3 on 3 tag match at ''[=ZERO1=] Dream Series ~ Growth'' Momono Mio managed to get the win for her team by putting Hartley Jackson in a knee lock. Now Jackson was the smallest man on his team, but still way bigger than Momono, the smallest woman on hers.


Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his cosmopolitism and openness, having featured a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling and frequently booking freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following its creator's interest in martial arts, the company used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of Battlarts. In a odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, who helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Currently, the company is mostly oriented towards junior heavyweight division and technical wrestling, but it has not totally cleared off his status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.

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Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his cosmopolitism and openness, having featured a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling and frequently booking freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following its creator's interest in martial arts, the company used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of the cult promotion Battlarts. In a odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, who which helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Currently, the company is mostly oriented towards focused on its junior heavyweight division and technical wrestling, luminaries, but it has not totally cleared off his its status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world.


** After the pro wrestling debut of Daichi Hashimoto in 2011, famous kickboxer Yuichiro Nagashima came to announce he was also becoming a wrestler and that he would be Daichi's [[TheRival rival]]. This seemed to foretell a great, lifelong feud full of future five star matches and puroresu fandom dreams... until, after a short tenure, Nagashima left the promotion and turned to wrestle sporadically for Inoki Genome Federation. He did a short return in 2012 to briefly feud with Hayato Fujita, but it ended fastly as well and the Daichi enmity was forgotten.
*** Ironically enough, Daichi made his jump to IGF in 2014, which would open the door for a future continuation of the feud if Nagashima were willing to return full time.

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** After the pro wrestling debut of Daichi Hashimoto in 2011, famous kickboxer Yuichiro Nagashima came to announce he was also becoming a wrestler too and that he would be Daichi's [[TheRival rival]]. This rival]], which seemed to foretell a great, lifelong feud full of future great wars and five star matches and puroresu fandom dreams... until, like the wrestlers of yore. Then it all ended abruptly when, after a short tenure, literally two matches for [=ZERO1=], Nagashima left the promotion and turned to wrestle sporadically for Inoki Genome Federation. He did a short return in 2012 to briefly feud with Hayato Fujita, but it ended fastly as well Federation and the dropped his plans of wrestling full time. Ironically, Daichi enmity was forgotten.
*** Ironically enough, Daichi made his jump
also jumped to IGF in 2014, which would open the door for a future continuation of the feud if three years later, but by then Nagashima were willing had abandoned pro wrestling altogether and had returned to return full time.kickboxing.



** Matt Ghaffari may look slow and clumsy, but his cartwheels and jumps say otherwise.

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** Matt Ghaffari may look looked slow and clumsy, but his cartwheels and jumps say said otherwise.



* ArrogantKungFuGuy: Given the plenty of rising young wrestlers and proud martial artists in [=ZERO1=], there are many of them in it. Naoya Ogawa and Hayato Fujita are the main examples.
* TheAce: Sawa had individual trouble but Munenori Sawa and Ikuto Hidaka's 766 day reign as NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Champions saw teams brought in from Wrestling/DragonGate and Wrestling/{{Chikara}} just put an end to them.
* TheArtifact: The entire company counts as one. It was created by Shinya Hashimoto as his personal fed to rebuild his popularity after his NJPW late career fiasco, but after his death, the people left in charge had clearly no idea about what they should do with the promotion.

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* ArrogantKungFuGuy: Given the plenty of rising young wrestlers and proud martial artists in [=ZERO1=], there are had been many of them in it.it through its history. Naoya Ogawa and Hayato Fujita are the main examples.
* TheAce: Munenori Sawa had individual trouble trouble, but Munenori Sawa he and Ikuto Hidaka's 766 day reign as NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Champions saw teams brought in from Wrestling/DragonGate and Wrestling/{{Chikara}} just put an end to them.
* TheArtifact: The entire company counts as one. It was created by Shinya Hashimoto as his personal fed to rebuild his popularity after his NJPW late career fiasco, but after his death, the people left in charge had clearly no idea about what they should do with the promotion.promotion, and it took some years for them to come up with it.



* AxCrazy: The Predator. And to make things worse he's pretty big too...

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* AxCrazy: The Predator. And to make things worse he's he was pretty big too...



* EscalatingBrawl: Thoroughly in a certain event in March 2003 in midst of Hashimoto and Otani's feud. Otano attacked Hashimoto, and then Satoshi Kojima did a VillainousRescue and attacked Otani. Then Takayama came out and attacked Hashimoto and Kojima. Then The Predator also came and attacked Takayama. Then Naoya Ogawa came to save Hashimoto and attacked Takayama as well. Then Matt Ghaffari came and attacked... well, at this point, everybody was attacking everybody.

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* EscalatingBrawl: Thoroughly in a certain during an event in March 2003 in midst of Hashimoto and Otani's feud. Otano attacked Otani started attacking Hashimoto, and but then Satoshi Kojima did a VillainousRescue and attacked Otani. Then Yoshihiro Takayama came out and attacked Hashimoto and Kojima. Then The Predator also came and attacked Takayama. Then Naoya Ogawa came to save Hashimoto and attacked Takayama as well. Then Matt Ghaffari came and attacked... well, at this point, everybody was attacking everybody.



* {{Keet}}: Wataru Sakata. His smile contagious.

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* {{Keet}}: Wataru Sakata. His smile contagious.was just infectious.



* MundaneMadeAwesome: Osamu Namiguchi's "Dream Catch" finishing move, a top rope victory roll.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: Osamu Namiguchi's "Dream Catch" Dream Catch finishing move, a top rope victory roll.



* OldMaster: Kazuhiko Ogasawara, who is old Kyokushin karate master.

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* OldMaster: Kazuhiko Ogasawara, who is was an old Kyokushin karate UsefulNotes/{{Karate}} master.



* TheMovie: ''Oh! My Zombie Mermaid\[[CompletelyDifferentTitle Ah! House Collapses]]'', though it's less about Zero One itself as it is about a rival promoter trying to destroy a CaptainErsatz of Shinya Hashimoto.

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* TheMovie: ''Oh! My Zombie Mermaid\[[CompletelyDifferentTitle Ah! House Collapses]]'', though it's less about Zero One [=ZERO1=] itself as it is about a rival promoter trying to destroy a CaptainErsatz of Shinya Hashimoto.



* WaiFu: During a 3 on 3 tag match at ''[=ZERO1=] Dream Series ~ Growth'' Momono Mio managed to get the win for her team by putting Hartley Jackson in a knee lock. Now Jackson was the smallest man on his team but still way bigger than Momono, the smallest woman on hers.

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* WaiFu: During a 3 on 3 tag match at ''[=ZERO1=] Dream Series ~ Growth'' Momono Mio managed to get the win for her team by putting Hartley Jackson in a knee lock. Now Jackson was the smallest man on his team team, but still way bigger than Momono, the smallest woman on hers.



-->'''Hashimoto:''' We're right here, come on! You and All Japan are disconnected. You won't be able to do anything. Come on!

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-->'''Hashimoto:''' We're right here, so come on! You and All Japan are disconnected. You won't be able too disconnected from each other to do anything. Come on!


Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his cosmopolitism and openness, having featured a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling and frequently booking freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following its creator's interest in martial arts, the company used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of Battlarts. In a odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, who helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Currently, the company is mostly oriented towards junior heavyweight division and technical wrestling, but it has not totally cleared off his status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world. ZERO-ONE figures as a member of Wrestling/{{National Wrestling Alliance}}, the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance (which includes Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, Wrestling/RingOfHonor and Wrestling/DramaticDreamTeam amongst its members) and the World Wrestling League.

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Unlike most puroresu companies, ZERO-ONE stands up for his cosmopolitism and openness, having featured a memorable working agreement with United States promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling and frequently booking freelancers and little known foreign wrestlers. Following its creator's interest in martial arts, the company used to feature a lot of shoot-style and UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts talents, and it was the platform for the relaunch of Battlarts. In a odd twist to this, it also had an alliance with Dream Stage Entertainment to form the sports entertainment-oriented Wrestling/{{HUSTLE}}, who helped to sustain the late Shinya's company. Currently, the company is mostly oriented towards junior heavyweight division and technical wrestling, but it has not totally cleared off his status as the BazaarOfTheBizarre of the wrestling world. ZERO-ONE figures as a member of Wrestling/{{National Wrestling Alliance}}, the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance (which includes Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, Wrestling/RingOfHonor and Wrestling/DramaticDreamTeam amongst its members) and the World Wrestling League.
world.


'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Under Hashimoto's flag, ZERO-ONE became a mainstay in the puroresu scene and competed against Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after his death in 2005 and its rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, the promotion started a gross declive and ended turning into a big-sized indy, the position for which it is most known.

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'''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]''' (formerly called '''Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE''' and '''Pro Wrestling [=ZERO1=]-MAX''') is a UsefulNotes/ProfessionalWrestling company founded in 2001 by Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto after his departure from Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. Under Hashimoto's flag, ZERO-ONE became a mainstay in the puroresu scene and competed against Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, but after his death in 2005 and its rename to [=ZERO1=]-Max, the promotion started began a gross declive major decline and ended turning into a big-sized indy, the position for which it is most known.


* AxCrazy: The Predator.

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* AxCrazy: The Predator. And to make things worse he's pretty big too...



* DressedToKill: LEONA, like his father Tatsumi Fujinami, is frequently seen in dress clothes but he can fight quite well.



* WaiFu: During a 3 on 3 tag match at ''[=ZERO1=] Dream Series ~ Growth'' Momono Mio managed to get the win for her team by putting Hartley Jackson in a knee lock. Now Jackson was the smallest man on his team but still way bigger than Momono, the smallest woman on hers.



* WorkedShoot: Especially back in the 2000s.

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* WorkedShoot: Especially back in the 2000s.2000s when Hashimoto was still alive.



* YouAreFat: The way Micah Taylor addressed the Great Championship Wrestling roster, especially the Equalizer.
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* YouAreFat: The way Micah Taylor addressed the Great Championship Wrestling roster, especially the Equalizer.
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Equalizer.


ThatOtherWiki [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro_Wrestling_Zero1 has more info on ZERO1.]]

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ThatOtherWiki Wiki/ThatOtherWiki [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro_Wrestling_Zero1 has more info on ZERO1.]]

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