Amateur wrestling career
1984, 1988, and 1992 Summer Olympics
Honda represented Japan in three Olympic Games in freestyle wrestling in 1984, 1988, and 1992. He placed fifth in 1984, making him one of the Top 10 Olympic wrestlers that year, but didn't place in '88 and '92.
Professional wrestling career
All Japan Pro Wrestling (1993-2000)
He almost joined All Japan Pro Wrestling in the 1980s, but it wasn't until after he turned 30 years old that he debuted. Although he never reached the main event level many believed he would, Honda held the All Asia Tag Team Championship twice in the late 1990s.
Pro Wrestling Noah (2000-2010)
After joining Pro Wrestling Noah, he gradually became a regular on the roster, with 2002 and 2003 seeing major progress for him. Honda left NOAH in January 2010, deciding not to sign a new contract with the promotion and become a freelancer. He still appears on occasion in the promotion.
Honda is married to a piano instructor. His father Daizaburo was a canoeist who represented Japan in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. His cousin Keisuke Honda is a Japanese football player.
- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- Belly to back suplex
- Rolling Olympic Hell 0 (Flying arm triangle choke)
- Rolling Olympic Hell I (Rolling fireman's carry slam floated over into a neck crank)
- Rolling Olympic Hell II (Rolling fireman's carry slam floated over into a cradle)
- Rolling Olympic Hell III (Spinning toehold)
- Rolling Olympic Hell IV (Reverse arm triangle choke)
- Rolling Olympic Hell V (Hammerlock ura-nage followed by an arm triangle choke)
- Rolling Olympic Hell VI (Bridging arm triangle choke)
- Rolling Olympic Hell VII (Russian legsweep floated over into an arm triangle choke)
- Rolling Olympic Hell XI (Rear arm triangle choke transitioned into a grapevine cradle)
- Rolling Olympic Hell Special (Arm triangle choke cradle)
- Sitout powerbomb
- Tamon's Power (Dangan Bomb)
- Tamon Shooter (Over the shoulder STF)
Championships and accomplishments
- Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards