Fujimura begun his fighting game career with Street Fighter IV, specializing in playing C. Viper throughout the game's lifespan. Although he would rarely compete in major tournaments at the time, Fujimura still made a solid impression within the Japanese scene and was recognized by very strong players, such as Eita and Uryo .
In the 2017 season of the Capcom Pro Tour, Fujimura picked up Ibuki and quickly showed the character's potential. Although initially overshadowed by Xian, Fujimura's results skyrocketed throughout the season, having dominant performances in major tournaments such as Socal Regionals, DreamHack Summer and Dueling Dragons Dojo, cementing him as one of the best Street Fighter players in the world.
|2019-10-13||1st||Tier 1||CPT Asia Regional Finals @ SEA Major Singapore 2019||3 : 2||Tokido||$7,000|
|2019-06-09||1st||Tier 1||Taipei Major 2019||3 : 2||Fuudo||$7,000|
|2018-12-16||3rd||Tier 1||Capcom Cup 2018||2 : 3||Itabashi Zangief||$21,500|
|2018-11-11||1st||Tier 1||Red Bull Kumite 2018||3 : 1||Problem X||$6,802.8|
|2018-07-01||1st||Tier 1||Community Effort Orlando 2018||3 : 1
3 : 0
|2018-05-20||1st||Tier 1||Stunfest 2018||3 : 0
3 : 0
|2017-10-02||1st||Tier 1||Dueling Dragons Dojo 2017||3 : 0||Fuudo||$7,000|
|2017-09-24||1st||Tier 1||SoCal Regionals 2017||3 : 1||NL||$8,475|
|2017-06-18||1st||Tier 1||DreamHack Summer 2017||3 : 0
3 : 1
|2016-07-31||1st||Tier 2||RAGE Vol. 2||$10,000|
|About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament|
- Changed his nickname from "Yukadon" because the term is now a type of sexual innuendo in Japan.
- Some Korean players call Fujimura The Machine, referring to his extremely optimal play .
- Ranked second and fourth in the 2018 and 2017 seasons of the Capcom Pro Tour leaderboards, respectively.
- Fujimura used C. Viper throughout all Street Fighter IV iterations.[Citation needed]
- 2018-08-10 | by BornFree
Street Fighter V:Arcade Edition
- Stunfest 2018 - Fujimura vs Infiltration
- CEO 2018 - Fujimura vs Xiao Hai
- Red Bull Kumite 2018 - Fujimura vs Problem X