Synonyms for katsunori or Related words with katsunori

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Examples of "katsunori"
Katsunori Iketani (born 15 April 1953) is a Japanese former racing driver.
Katsunori Kuwabara (born 4 April 1969) is a Japanese professional golfer.
Katsunori became a professional in 1992. He was promoted to 8 dan in 2002.
Camera: Motohiro Nakajima (chief), Hironobu Mizuta, Katsunori Yokochi, Jun Iwasaka, Akihito Kajiura, Hiroki Oshima, Hiroshi Nishimura
Mulhern faced Katsunori Kikuno on January 4, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 34. He lost the fight via unanimous decision and later announced his retirement from MMA.
Ferguson faced Katsunori Kikuno on May 24, 2014, at UFC 173. He won the fight via knockout in the first round.
Nomura's stepbrother is former-NPB player and current Yomiuri Giants coach Katsunori Nomura. After a 2001 tax evasion scandal involving Don's mother Sachiyo Nomura, he and Kenneth Engel, Sachiyo's children from a previous marriage, publicly disown her. This is in contrast to Katsunori, who was supportive during months preceding Sachiyo's arrest.
Katsunori (written: 勝紀, 克紀, 克典, 克則 or 克法) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sicilia faced Katsunori Kikuno at UFC Fight Night 52 on September 20, 2014. He lost the fight via submission in the second round.
Katsunori Kikuno (born October 30, 1981) is a Japanese mixed martial artist currently competing in the UFC's Featherweight division. He is the former DEEP Lightweight Champion.
Souza faced Katsunori Kikuno on March 21, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 62. He won the fight by knockout in the first round.
Kaloyan Mahlyanov (Калоян Махлянов), known as Kotoōshū Katsunori is a former professional sumo wrestler who became the first European to earn the title ozeki in Japan.
Katsunori Nomura is the son of NPB catching-great and long-time manager Katsuya Nomura. His stepbrother is infamous baseball agent Don Nomura. After a 2001 tax evasion scandal involving Katsunori's mother Sachiyo Nomura, Katsunori was supportive during months preceding Sachiyo's arrest. This is in contrast to Kenneth Engel and Don Nomura, Sachiyo's children from a previous marriage, who publicly disown her. He has two children with his wife Yukiko.
In the , the onscreen character of Asakawa is largely similar to the character in the book bearing only minor differences such having no children but his Shizuka being three months pregnant instead. He is played by Katsunori Takahashi.
The game was created by Katsunori Yoshimura, who also created the original "Thunder Force". Yoshimura later left the company in 1985 to start the development studio Arsys Software along with fellow Technosoft member Osamu Nagano.
Some staff members left Technosoft to start the game development companies Arsys Software in 1985 (founded by Katsunori Yoshimura, creator of "Thunder Force" and "Plazma Line"), CAProduction in 1993, and Ganbarion in 1999.
On January 25, 2004, his contract was purchased by the Yomiuri Giants and he was traded from the Tigers. While it was a relatively minor trade, it made headlines because of Katsunori's father's longtime resentment toward the Giants. Some also saw the trade as an opportunity for Katsunori "to step out of his famous father's shadow." However, Katsunori only played in three games with the Giants and was released following the end of the 2003 season. He played his final two seasons with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in 2005 and 2006 and announced his retirement on September 30, 2006. Throughout his career, Katsunori was utilized as a second or third-string catcher. He has been a catching coach for the Golden Eagles since 2007.
Katsunori Nomura was drafted by the Yakult Swallows in the third round of the 1995 Nippon Professional Baseball draft. He played two seasons with the Yakult Swallows under his father, manager Katsuya Nomura. After the 1998 season, his father left the Swallows and Katsunori was sent to the club's farm team for the entirety of the 1999 season. He was then traded to the Hanshin Tigers, where he was again managed by his father for two more seasons. In 2003, he spent the entire season playing on the Tigers' farm team.
Some have suggested that the only reason Katsunori Nomura was given the opportunity to play in the NPB was because of his father's connections in the league. "The Japan Times" columnist Marty Kuehnert believes that he "hitched a ride" on his father's name, but his "statistics don't add up to a good month, or even week, of [Katsuya Nomura's] production". Of the four NPB teams Katsunori played for in his playing career, three of them were managed by his father: the Swallows, the Tigers and the Golden Eagles.
After dropping two consecutive losses to Katsunori Kikuno and Satoru Kitaoka, respectively, Hironaka bounced back with two consecutive wins, warranting a title shot for the newly vacated Shooto World Lightweight Championship against Kotetsu Boku. Hironaka won via unanimous decision, and then defended his title against Giovani Diniz via first-round TKO.