When the World’s Greatest Superstar Returns to Kyoto

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Kyoto, Japan, April 20, 2017 – Match game, Japan.

In this match game, Kyoto-based superstar Kyosuke Matsui, better known as Kyoto Matcha (the “Superstar of Match”), returns to Kyota (Japan) to face Kyoto (Japan’s “Big Three”) Superstar Masaaki Ishihara (a.k.a.

“The Giant”) in the first match in Kyoto’s upcoming “Super Hero Tournament”.

Matsui (19) is ranked No. 1 in the world by the Japan’s ranking board, while Ishihara, a 25-year-old Japanese boxer, is No. 10.

The “Superhero Tournament” is a new series that will be hosted by the Kyoto Superstars Association (KYSA), an organization of Japanese wrestlers.

Kyosuke was the first Japanese athlete to qualify for the 2016 Olympics, and he has been crowned Japan’s “Super-Star” three times in Japan.

The “SuperHero Tournament” will feature a total of 15 players from around the world, as well as from Japan.

This is Matsui’s second time competing in the tournament.

The Kyoto “Super Heroes” have defeated the Japanese Superstars in each of their previous appearances, including in the 2014 and 2016 tournaments.

This is the first time Matsui will face Ishihara since last November, when Ishihara beat him 3-2 in a best-of-five match at the Japan Sports Center in Tokyo.

Matsui and Ishihara have been at odds over how to treat each other for years, but Matsui has shown an eagerness to show his opponent the “superstar mentality”.

After winning his third Japan Superstar title in 2015, Matsui announced in November 2016 that he was quitting the sport after two years.

He was the third Japanese wrestler to do so, following Kazuki Nakajima (1992) and Takahiro Sakurai (1997).

However, he did not announce his retirement, and has been working to help develop other Japanese athletes to compete at the highest levels in the sport.

Kyoto is a sport that was introduced to the Japanese market by the Japanese Olympic Committee in 1965.

Since then, Kyokusai (the Japanese name for the city where the sport is named) has become the world’s most populous city, with an estimated population of 4.3 million.

Kyokushin no Jikaku (Kyokushins Japan) is the largest professional wrestling promotion in the country, and it has held the championship for 13 consecutive years.