Kido Reiji

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A character from Megami Ibunroku Persona.

Vengeance Edge[edit | edit source]

A rebellious student from St. Hermelin High School. He blames his misfortune on his brother and claims he won't get his life back until he's dead.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

He is the half-brother of Kandori Takahisa , and won't be content until he is ruined.

He finally started to get his life back after he disappeared. But suddenly, Rumble-17 happened, and his life was thrown into disrepair.

Now there's rumors of his brother's return, and he pledged his life to fight until he can end him.

Episode 8

Debuts in a TFR Underground match in order to join BANS Army.

Snaps some vampire's neck in half in his debut in a submission hold.

Episode 10

Ends a follower of the hero Rakesh Kumar Orton.

Episode 11

Wins against the former leader of a great mafia.

He's finally part of Mr. BANS's group.

Episode 13

Now as an elite member of BANS' Army, he's teamed up with fellow soldier who made it out of TFR Underground, Johnny Gat, to become the strongest team and receives special training from Rean-sama and Albus-sama.

Episode 14

The army of chaos reaches Coolsville Arena when the forces of The Three Kings allow anyone in the show, for the upcoming final showdown.

They are put up to the task of vying for the Tag Titles (currently in possession of chaos), and they succeed in securing a shot from being taken by the other alignments.

Episode 15

While the BANS Army is gathered in their locker room, Rando is too busy helping the clowns on a secret task to defend the belt, and Raidou thanks Kotomine for choosing Lucifer, the ultimate lifeform, to represent them by not only being #1 contender but also joining Jacket on the tag-team championship.

The Thunder Saints end up taking the belts from the butcher and ayy.

Episode 16

For some reason, Men With a Plan challenges them and takes the belt from them.

Episode 17

Within the Cosmic Egg, Gene decides to challenge Gat to prove his worth and stop him from interfering in anything. Kido assists Gat in thoroughly destroying him.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

A high-schooler who trains in underground MMA rings to get his revenge someday.

Episode 11

Easily defeats some kiddo who enters a competition to learn MMA.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

Reiji fights in Gat's Underground in an attempt to turn his life around.

Episode 6/BCW

Fights some newbie and sends him to the hospital.

Episode 7/TFR

Gets spotted by Furio Tigre and hired, then has a "match" against him.

Episode 8/TFR

Has a match to qualify (only himself) against Bevi.

Episode 9

Fights against "Capoeira" Johnny Knoxville and wins.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

So long as he bears the mark on his forehead, he will continue training and beating opponent after opponent.

Episode 3

"The Mixed Martial Arts Master" Kido Reiji participates in the Berserker Brawl tournament in Pool H.

They say Kido Reiji has potential and "Thick Skin" Manny Pardo has heard all about it, and it would be certainly something if he managed to fully realize it... but he also heard he wanders like a delinquent, getting into fights... that could put an end to his career... and even his life. And that's because, in this city... a crazed madman known as the Coolsville Cutthroat is out there. Although Reiji doesn't care, it's never known when the madman might cross your path, and Pardo is sure with fists like those he could make it big beyond his underground fighting gig. On Reiji's account though if some "Coolsville Cockhead" tried anything funny he'd be down before he knew it and tells Pardo to shut the hell up, decided to give Pardo a very real horror story in the ring instead.

Pardo can't say he didn't warn him about a throat being cut...

Episode 7

Participates in a drawn-out tables match while TFR tries to conceal it's under invasion.

TFR/Off-Season 9[edit | edit source]

Episode 2

One of four warriors ready to challenge Ricky Bobby to bring TFR's title back home.

Episode 6

Demonstrates his martial prowess against 3 powerful opponents and becomes next in line for the title... after Retinz.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Reiji continues demonstrating and growing his skill in martial arts to live in spite, and one day, press down on the person who ruined his life.

Episode 1

Although booking himself for the title might have been too bold a move asa staff member, Roger Retinz set up the gauntlet match winner to also be joining the match.

He ended demonstrating his poor ring fitness after receiving one hell of an expert MMA kick from Reiji, ending Potemkin's reign without pinning.

Episode 5

After menacingly keeping the title from being challenged for a long while, the fearless clayman steps up to the task and with reckless abandon is victorious in his pursuit in pillaging the championship from the master of MMA.

Episode 7

Another week, another time for the moment the audience has been watering their mouth for: Tough Enough! Last week they demonstrated their ring prowess, now mentors will choose their disciples!

Kido Reiji saw the many pathetic attempts at strike combinations, and Mechazawa stood out, so he'll teach him not to be so stiff.

Now, to test the chemistry, Retinz announces three tornado matches, winners will get 2 points, and the audience will yet again vote on the top 4.

Boogie went above and beyond his master by singlehandedly winning the HiaC, and for that got both the victory and the first place in voting, totaling in 6 pts. The Samurai of Justice demonstrated their bushido and might, getting the victory and second place for a shocking 12 pts. Koga is third and ranks up to 8 pts. And Kyle's disciple Chai gets the last point, up to 7 pts. For grabbing the top of the ladder, Ricky also got his first 2 pts.

Episode 9

With TFR being finally back, Tough Enough is as well, and Retinz welcomes the audience to this long-awaited edition! They've already explored vital aspects that constitute a star, but now they'll navigate into uncharted waters: The participants will collaborate with their mentors not in the ring, but in creating music! Music can be key in a wrestler's presentation, sometimes even getting over just due to it (like a certain Snorious example). They have some very talented staff, so their challenge is helping them come up with a new theme song―will they be able to keep it? That's up to creative, but for tonight all goes! Jingu isn't a music instructor, but even he is excited to see what they can make.

Reiji doesn't even care and tells Mechazawa that this one's on him, who takes the burden with pride.

After debuting their songs, Tough Enough participants are made to contest in the rumble for MITB, with the stipulation that if they make it to the last 5 they'll win 2 additional points, and another 2 if they win the rumble itself. Only Samurai Flamenco lasts until the Top 4. Tatsuya's "From the world I've left behind" is ranked as the #1 hit, gaining 5 pts and jumping to the top of the rankings with 14pts. After boogie'ing it up, "Boogie Woogie FUCK U" gets Boogie 4 points, up to 12 total. The bussin' songs of Koga prove straight FIRE as he's third, going up to 11pts. Disco revives with "The Lawyer's Groove" and Gregson's score slightly as well making it up to 7pts. For his rumble performance, Samurai Flamenco ranks up to 14pts with 2 bonus points.

And... although not a participant, Agent 47 would get the last point if he was able to, making the tragic score of Reize remain at zero after not even being able to accrue one single point in the entire tournament.

A few rumble participants also get to compete for the KoJ #1 Contendership.

Episode 10

Represents his team for a chance at tag-team contendership.

Episode 11

Tonight, Retinz announces, is a very special night for Tough Enough! The mentors have been hard at work, and finally everyone will get to see the results... themselves firsthand, in a 1-on-1 match! If a rookie manages to pull an upset and win, that's 2 points, and the audience will get to vote on if the match was good enough to grant one extra point, so that's two objectives to strive for!

If the rest are gonna hit hard, then Reiji himself will too; this isn't to be treated as a sparring session, this is the demonstration of how smooth he's become, without any of those robotic-looking strikes from before. Mechazawa acknowledges to be smooth as whiskey, with no more clunkiness and Just pure deadly strikes. The form, the stance... Reiji tells him to remember everything from the Undertaker take he showed him.

Boogie, Koga, and the ill-fated Chai are awarded the rare full 3 points, ending at 18, 14, and 10 points respectively. Tatsuya and Samflam get by with only the bonus points, both ending at 15pts.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
MMAshit Sebastian LaCroix Win
W1 L0 1
0 0 P
「TFR Underground」

Game: MMA jap game

Big Sickle Manju Win
W2 L0 2
0 0 P
「TFR Underground」

Game: MMA jap game

Charles Win
W3 L0 3
0 0 P
「TFR Underground」

Game: MMA jap game

Extreme Rules
Falls Count Anywhere
Heavy Machinery

Johnny Gat & Kido Reiji

W4 L0 4
1 0 P
The Old Guard, Thunder Saints, The J.O.B Squad Win
W5 L0 5
3 0 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contender
The Thunder Saints

The X-Files

W6 L0 6
4 0 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
Tag-Team Men With a Plan

The Thunder Saints

W6 L1 5
4 0 P
Supporting Johnny Gat
Stage: Cosmic Egg
Royal Rumble
  1. Sakakura Juzo
  2. Fred Jones
  3. Aniki
  4. Rando
  5. Suou Tatsuya
  6. Chris Redfield
  7. Bevi
  8. HUNK
  9. Coyote
  10. Van Darkholme
  11. Kasuga Ichiban
  12. Adol Christin
  13. Mitake Toujirou
  14. Jacket
  15. Leon S. Kennedy
  16. Kotomine Kirei
  17. Gene
  18. Ooishi Kuraudo
  19. Rean Schwarzer
  20. Second Carlos
  21. Mario
  22. Mr. BANS
  23. Agent 49
  24. Narushima Koga
  25. Aleph
  26. Haze Stratos
  27. JOKER
  28. Rance
  29. Kido Reiji
  30. Date Kaname
Lose Elimination #25
The Thunder Saints

The Gym

Royal Rumble
  1. Narushima Jakob
  2. Johnny Gat
  3. Suou Tatsuya
  4. Gene
  5. Geralt of Rivia
  6. Rando
  7. Kido Reiji
  8. Komaeda Nagito
  9. Jacket
  10. Adam Jensen
  11. Dutch van der Linde
  12. Kasuga Ichiban
  13. Gold
  14. Harrier Du Bois
  15. John Bradford
  16. Coyote
  17. Head Doctor
  18. Ooishi Kuraudo
  19. Maebara Keiichi
  20. Haze Stratos
  21. Narukami Yu
  22. Kuzunoha Raidou
  23. Narushima Koga
  24. Aniki
  25. Mario
  26. Chris Redfield
  27. Rance
  28. The Headmaster
  29. Aleph
  30. Extra
Lose For Title: King of Uncanon #1 Contender

Elimination #4

MMAshit Nero Win
W7 L1 6
4 0 P
W4 L0 4
1 0 P
Furio Tigre Lose
W7 L2 5
4 1 P
W4 L1 3
1 1 P
Bevi Win
W8 L2 6
5 1 P
W5 L1 4
2 1 P
「Tournament Qualifiers」
→Qualifiers Phase 2 (Reiji only)
Johnny Knoxville Win
W9 L2 7
6 1 P
W6 L1 5
3 1 P
TFR vs. BCW: The Final Tournament」
17?-Man Royal Rumble
Full List
NC Note: Crashed
Royal Rumble
OS7E16§#Rumble for the Unification of Midcard Titles
Full List
W9 L3 6
6 1 P
For Title: Literal Jobber Contender
Elimination Chamber
  1. Maebara Keiichi (#5)
  2. Kido Reiji (#3)
  3. V (#4)
  4. Sigma Klim (#6)
  5. Kubota Zen (#1)
  6. Narushima Koga (#2)
W9 L4 5
8 2 P
For Title: Literal Jobber Title #2 Contender
Royal Rumble
Full List
MMA Ushiromiya Battler Win
W10 L4 6
8 2 P
W7 L1 6
3 1 P
Game: MMA jap game

Note: Submission

Royal Rumble
Full List
Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Season 6 save.

Relay Teams
Kido Reiji (Leader)
Bandit Keith
Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: MMA jap game

Note: Submission

Extreme Rules Manny Pardo Lose
W10 L5 5
8 3 P
W7 L2 5
3 2 P
Iconic Match
Pool H-1: Coolsville Throat-Cutting Match
「Berserker Brawl」
→Pool H
Adol Christin, Kido Reiji, George Jackman Lose
W10 L6 4
8 4 P
For Title: Bad to the Bone #1 Contender
Kido Reiji, Shoji Shingo, Jonesy, Apollo Justice, Donte Lose
W10 L7 3
8 4 P
Extreme Rules
Hisoka, Kido Reiji, George Jackman, Jonesy Lose
W10 L8 2
8 4 P
For Title: Literal Jobber #1 Contender
Royal Rumble
Full List
W10 L9 1
8 4 P
Iconic Match

For Title: World Title #1 Contender
Full List
W10 L10 0
8 4 P
For Title: world title #1 Contender
Full List
W10 L11 -1
8 4 P
『Christmas Miracle Special』
For Title: world title #1 Contender
Gauntlet Manny Pardo, George Jackman +Ryan Rave +Apollo Justice +Kido Reiji +Chris Redfield +The Prince Win
W11 L11 0
11 4 P
For Title: world title #2 Contender
Extreme Rules
Roger Retinz, Kido Reiji, Potemkin(Champion) Win
W12 L11 1
12 4 P
For Title: world title
Wayne Lose
W12 L12 0
12 5 P
W7 L3 4
3 3 P
Extreme Rules
Kido Reiji, George Jackman, Quote Lose
W12 L13 -1
12 6 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
Hell in a Cell
Falls Count Anywhere
Boogie Woogie Wu & Donte, Mechazawa Shinichi & Kido Reiji, Gregson & Wayne Lose
W12 L14 -2
13 7 P
「Tough Enough」
Note: Boogie Woogie Wu gets 2 Pts
Royal Rumble
Full List
W12 L15 -3
13 7 P
Elimination Chamber Sareth #4, Adol Christin #5, Hisoka #3, Van Darkholme #6, Dutch van der Linde #1, Kido Reiji #2 Lose
W12 L16 -4
13 8 P
Iconic Match
Chamber of Eliminating Ricky Bobby
「Tough Enough」
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
Triple-Threat Vorgin, Kido Reiji, Gold Lose
W12 L17 -5
13 8 P
「Tough Enough」
For Title: TFR Tag-Team #1 Contenders
Mechazawa Shinichi Win
W13 L17 -4
14 8 P
W8 L3 5
4 3 P
「Tough Enough」

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