The WWE has become a world of its own. Leading to the expectations of its fans, athletes and even officials; in several years, there have lots of signing in of new talents to replace the old ones and there have also been the death of most of the company’s members.
Lately, it was reported that Harry Fujiwara who is well known as Mr. Fuji had passed away at the age of 82 years. It is worthy of note that Mr. Fuji was a hall of famer before he passed away, Fuji’s career spanned over 3 decades, which included stints as an in-ring competitor followed by one as a great manager in the WWE.
More so, Fuji was a decorated wrestler, having won the WWE World Tag Team Championship on five occasions. He also feuded with legendary WWE Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino on several occasions. Oh, what a career indeed!
Furthermore, it is revealed by source that Mr. Fuji became a heel manager and Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Kamala, The Berzerker, George “The Animal” Steele, Crush, Jim Neidhart Killer Khan, “Magnificent” Don Muraco and The Powers of Pain – The Warlord and The Barbarian – were all managed by him.
His relationship with Muraco especially standing out as the duo treated the fans to the Fuji Vice – a spoof of “Miami Vice”, along with Fuji Bandito, Fuji Chan and Fuji General Series. Mr. Fuji became a Hall of Famer in 2007 and he was inducted by his own Don Muraco. May his soul rest in perfect piece; our sympathies go out to Mr. Fuji’s family.