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Hirooki Goto
Hirooki Goto 2016.JPG
Goto in March 2016
Born (1979-06-25) June 25, 1979 (age 40)[1][2]
Kuwana, Mie, Japan[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)C.T.U Ranger Red[5]
Hirooki Goto
Billed height1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)[1]
Billed weight103 kg (227 lb)[1]
Trained byHiroyoshi Tenzan[7]
DebutJuly 6, 2003[1]

Hirooki Goto (後藤洋央紀, Gotō Hirooki, born June 25, 1979)[1][2] is a Japanese professional wrestler. Since his debut, he has wrestled primarily for New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where he is a former two-time IWGP Intercontinental Champion, one-time IWGP Tag Team Champion, one-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion, five-time NEVER Openweight Champion and one-time winner of the G1 Climax (2008), two-time winner of the World Tag League (2012 and 2014) and a record three-time winner of the New Japan Cup (2009, 2010 and 2012).

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Early life

Goto attended Kuwana Kogyo High School in Kuwana, Mie, where he was classmates with Katsuyori Shibata.[8] Goto later attended Kokushikan University, where he took part in freestyle wrestling and Greco-Roman wrestling.

Professional wrestling career

New Japan Pro-Wrestling

Junior heavyweight (2003–2005)

Upon graduating, Goto qualified to join New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), but left the promotion after incurring a shoulder injury. He returned to NJPW in November 2002 after healing and began training in the NJPW dojo. He debuted on July 6, 2003, in Gifu, Gifu, wrestling Ryusuke Taguchi. The two men competed in the junior heavyweight division, and teamed together the same year to try to take the vacant IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship in a tournament, but were defeated in the final by veterans Gedo and Jado.

In early 2005, he won the NJPW Young Lion Cup, defeating Hiroyuki Itō in the tournament final. After turning heel and joining Jyushin Thunder Liger's "Control Terrorism Unit" ("C.T.U.") stable, Goto adopted the ring name "C.T.U Ranger Red". He won his first championship on May 15, 2005, teaming with Minoru to defeat Koji Kanemoto and Wataru Inoue in the Tokyo Dome for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.[2] The duo held the titles for nine months, losing to El Samurai and Ryusuke Taguchi on February 19, 2006 in Tokyo.

Foreign excursion (2006–2007)

In 2006, Goto joined the American Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) promotion as a member of Team Japan (consisting of CTU members Goto, Jyushin Thunder Liger, Black Tiger and Minoru), one of the four teams competing in the TNA 2006 World X Cup Tournament. He debuted in TNA on April 23, 2006 at Lockdown, where he teamed with Black Tiger and Minoru against Team USA members Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal and Alex Shelley. Team Japan defeated USA when Black Tiger pinned Lethal.[9] On the April 27, 2006, episode of TNA Impact!, Goto and Minoru lost to Dutt and Shelley, giving a first round victory and two points to Team USA.[10] On May 14, 2006 at Sacrifice, Goto and the other members of Team Japan accompanied Liger to ringside, assisting him in his victory over Team Canada captain Petey Williams. Later that night, all four members of Team Japan took part in a gauntlet match that was won by Team Canada captain Petey Williams.[11] The 2006 World X Cup was won by Team USA (with five points), with Team Japan coming last with three points.

On August 1, 2006, Goto left for a lengthy learning excursion to Mexico after losing in a farewell match at the CTU 2nd Anniversary Show.[2] While in Mexico he wrestled primarily for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and for Último Dragón's Toryumon Mexico. During his time in Mexico he formed a rudo unit Hajime Ohara and Shigeo Okumura in CMLL.

RISE (2007–2009)

In August 2007, Goto returned to New Japan after his almost one-year stay in Mexico.[2] Upon his return, the now much more muscular Goto graduated from a Jr. heavyweight to a Heavyweight.[2] Goto showed a great deal of promise and skill since last seen in July 2006. He showcased whole new moveset and he quickly tried to establish himself as one of the top Heavyweights in New Japan. Not that far into his return Goto join the Stable "R.I.S.E" with Shinsuke Nakamura, Travis Tomko, Giant Bernard and fellow former CTU team mates Minoru, Milano Collection AT, and Prince Devitt. On November 11, he challenged Hiroshi Tanahashi for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, but after a long and hard fought match, Tanahashi would win with the Texas Cloverleaf.[2] Shortly after that Goto entered the 2007 G1 Tag League with Milano Collection AT, but the pair would finish in third place.[2]

In 2008 Goto wrestled one of his childhood idols, The Great Muta at New Japan's annual January 4 Tokyo Dome Show. Although having a good showing, Goto would fall to Muta.[2]

Goto's progress was good through 2008 but a surprise victory in New Japan's prestigious G1 Climax in August surpassed everyone's expectations. Goto earned 8 points in Block B, tied for first with Nakamura, but he advanced to the final due to a direct win over the former IWGP champion and RISE leader. Meeting Togi Makabe in the final, Goto overcame outside interference and blood loss to defeat the leader of the Great Bash Heel (G.B.H.) faction, pinning him with the Shouten.

In March 2009 Goto defeated Karl Anderson, Shinsuke Nakamura, Yuji Nagata and Giant Bernard to win the 2009 New Japan Cup and earn a shot at Hiroshi Tanahashi's IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[12] On May 3, 2009, at Wrestling Dontaku 2009, Tanahashi defeated Goto to retain the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[13]

Tournament wins (2010–2013)

On January 4, 2010, at Wrestle Kingdom IV in Tokyo Dome, Takashi Sugiura successfully defended his GHC Heavyweight Championship against Goto.[14] In March, Goto defeated Yujiro Takahashi, Masato Tanaka and Togi Makabe to win the 2010 New Japan Cup for the second year in a row.[15] Goto went on to challenge the IWGP Heavyweight Champion Shinsuke Nakamura on April 4, but would once again fail in his attempt to win the title.[16] On June 28, 2010, Goto, teaming up with Prince Devitt and Ryusuke Taguchi entered the J Sports Crown Openweight 6 Man Tag Tournament.[17] Two days later the trio defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi, Tajiri and Kushida in the finals to win the tournament.[18][19] During August's G1 Climax Goto debuted a new finishing maneuver, a cross-legged cradle, which earned him pinfall victories over former IWGP Heavyweight Champions Yuji Nagata and Shinsuke Nakamura, but a loss to eventual G1 winner Satoshi Kojima on the final day of the tournament dropped him fourth in his block, narrowly missing the finals.[20][21][22] On October 11 Goto defeated Shinsuke Nakamura to earn the right to challenge for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[23] However, the reigning IWGP Heavyweight Champion Satoshi Kojima vetoed the result of the match and named Nakamura his first challenger for the belt.[24] On December 11, while Kojima successfully defended his title against Nakamura, Goto was derailed from his quest to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship with a loss against Hiroshi Tanahashi.[25] The following day Kojima defeated Goto in a non–title match, ending Goto's dream of main eventing Wrestle Kingdom V in Tokyo Dome.[26] Instead, Goto teamed with the returning Kazuchika Okada in a tag team match, where they were defeated by Pro Wrestling Noah representatives Yoshihiro Takayama and Takashi Sugiura.[27][28] On March 6 Goto began his quest to win his third New Japan Cup in a row, but was defeated in the first round by Shinsuke Nakamura.[29] On March 20, the final day of the tournament, Goto turned heel by abandoning IWGP Heavyweight Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi during a tag team match against Satoshi Kojima and MVP.[30] This marked Goto's final appearance for New Japan, before leaving for his second excursion to Mexico.[31]

Goto in June 2011
Goto in June 2011

Goto made his return to CMLL on March 25 and would, for the next month, work for the promotion as a heel, culminating in a match on April 29 at Arena México's 55th anniversary show, where he unsuccessfully challenged Último Guerrero for the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship in a Two Out of Three Falls match.[6][32] Goto returned to New Japan on May 3, when he teamed with Tama Tonga to defeat Takashi Sugiura and Makoto Hashi in a tag team match. Later in the event, Goto attacked and declared a war on Hiroshi Tanahashi after he had successfully defended the IWGP Heavyweight Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura.[33][34] Goto would once again fail in his IWGP Heavyweight Championship challenge on June 18, 2011.[35] After the match, Goto and Tanahashi seemingly made peace with each other, with Tanahashi suggesting that they go for the IWGP Tag Team Championship together.[36] On June 23, Goto, Prince Devitt and Ryusuke Taguchi won their second J Sports Crown Openweight 6 Man Tag Tournament in a row by defeating the team of Giant Bernard, Jyushin Thunder Liger and Karl Anderson in the finals of the three-day-long tournament.[37] On July 3 Goto and Tanahashi failed in their attempt to capture the IWGP Tag Team Championship from Giant Bernard and Karl Anderson.[38] On August 1, Goto entered the 2011 G1 Climax, where he went on to win six out of his nine matches, but a loss to Strong Man on the final day of the tournament dropped him to second place in his block, causing him to narrowly miss the finals of the tournament.[39] In the 2011 G1 Tag League, Goto teamed with Hiroshi Tanahashi as "The Billion Powers".[40] After picking up two wins and two losses in their first four matches in the group stage of the tournament, Goto and Tanahashi defeated the Beast Combination (Satoshi Kojima and Togi Makabe) on November 4 to advance to the semifinals of the tournament.[41] On November 6, Goto and Tanahashi were eliminated from the tournament in the semifinals by Bad Intentions.[42] On November 12 at Power Struggle, Goto unsuccessfully challenged Masato Tanaka for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship.[43] On January 4, 2012, at Wrestle Kingdom VI in Tokyo Dome, Goto reignited his rivalry with Pro Wrestling Noah's Takashi Sugiura, defeating him in a singles match.[44]

On February 12 at The New Beginning, Goto defeated Masato Tanaka to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship for the first time.[45] Goto made his first title defense on March 11, defeating Yujiro Takahashi.[46] On April 1, Goto entered the 2012 New Japan Cup. After victories over Yujiro Takahashi, La Sombra and Togi Makabe, Goto defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi on April 8 in the finals to win the tournament for the third time and earn another shot at the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[47][48][49] On May 3 at Wrestling Dontaku 2012, Goto unsuccessfully challenged Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[50] On May 20, Goto made his second successful defense of the IWGP Intercontinental Championship against Tomohiro Ishii.[51] On July 22, Goto lost the title to Shinsuke Nakamura in his third defense.[52] On October 8 at King of Pro-Wrestling, Goto received a rematch for the title, but was again defeated by Nakamura.[53] On November 11 at Power Struggle, Goto unsuccessfully challenged Kazuchika Okada for the right to challenge for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at the Tokyo Dome.[54][55] From November 20 to December 1, Goto took part in the round-robin portion of the 2012 World Tag League, alongside Karl Anderson under the team name "Sword & Guns".[56] The team finished with a record of four wins and two losses, finishing second in their block and advancing to the semifinals of the tournament.[57][58] On December 2, Goto and Anderson defeated Tencozy (Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima) to advance to the finals of the tournament, where, later that same day, they defeated the reigning IWGP Tag Team Champions, K.E.S. (Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Lance Archer), to win the tournament.[59] Sword & Guns received their shot at the IWGP Tag Team Championship on January 4, 2013, at Wrestle Kingdom 7 in Tokyo Dome, but were defeated in a rematch by K.E.S.[60][61]

Storyline with Katsuyori Shibata (2013–2015)

In February 2013, Goto made a challenge towards former high school classmate Katsuyori Shibata,[62] which led to a tag team match on February 10, where he and Wataru Inoue were defeated by Shibata and Kazushi Sakuraba. Afterwards, Goto and Shibata had a heated confrontation, building to a future singles match between the two.[63] In March, Goto once again made it to the finals of the New Japan Cup, before losing to Kazuchika Okada.[64] Goto and Shibata finally faced off in a singles match on May 3 at Wrestling Dontaku 2013, which ended in a draw.[65] A rematch between the two took place on June 22 at Dominion 6.22, where Shibata was victorious.[8][66] A third match between the two on July 20 ended in another draw.[67] During early August, Goto participated in the 2013 G1 Climax. On August 8, however, it was revealed that Goto had suffered a fractured jaw and was pulled from the tournament.[68] He was leading the A block with four wins (which included a big win over IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada) and two losses and had three matches left when he was pulled from the G1.[69][70]

Goto in July 2015
Goto in July 2015

Goto returned on December 8, challenging Katsuyori Shibata to a match at Wrestle Kingdom 8 in Tokyo Dome.[71] On January 4, 2014, Goto defeated Shibata in his return match.[72] The match ended the rivalry between Goto and Shibata and led to the two forming a tag team.[73][74] The following day, Goto scored the pinfall in an eight-man tag team main event against Chaos, after which he challenged Kazuchika Okada to a match for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.[75] On February 11 at The New Beginning in Osaka, Goto received his seventh shot at the IWGP Heavyweight Championship,[76] but was yet again unsuccessful in capturing the title.[77][78] Afterwards, Goto and Shibata entered the IWGP Tag Team Championship picture, defeating the reigning champions, Bullet Club (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson), in a non-title match at New Japan's 42nd anniversary event on March 6.[79] They received their title shot on April 6 at Invasion Attack 2014, but were defeated by Gallows and Anderson.[80][81] From July 21 to August 8, Goto took part in the 2014 G1 Climax, where he finished with a record of four wins and six losses.[82] During the tournament final event on August 10, Goto and Shibata faced off in another singles match, where Shibata was victorious.[83][84] Goto then entered a storyline, where he started leading a counterattack against the Bullet Club and Chaos stables, with the goal of revitalizing the New Japan Seikigun ("regular army"), which he represented alongside the likes of Shibata and Hiroshi Tanahashi.[85] On November 8 at Power Struggle, Goto received his first shot at the NEVER Openweight Championship, but was defeated by the defending champion, Tomohiro Ishii.[86] Later in the month, Goto and Shibata entered the 2014 World Tag League, where they opened with a three match losing streak,[87] only to come back and win their four remaining matches, winning their block and advancing to the finals.[88] On December 7, Goto and Shibata defeated Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson in the finals to win the 2014 World Tag League.[89] This led to a rematch between the two teams on January 4, 2015, at Wrestle Kingdom 9 in Tokyo Dome, where Goto and Shibata defeated Anderson and Gallows to become the new IWGP Tag Team Champions.[90][91] Goto and Shibata's reign ended in their first defense on February 11 at The New Beginning in Osaka, where they were defeated by Anderson and Gallows.[92][93]

On March 8, Goto and Shibata once again faced off in the second round of the 2015 New Japan Cup in a match, where Goto was victorious.[94] Goto eventually made it to the finals of the tournament on March 15, where he was defeated by Kota Ibushi.[95] On May 3 at Wrestling Dontaku 2015, Goto defeated Shinsuke Nakamura to win the IWGP Intercontinental Championship for the second time.[96] Goto made his first title defense on July 5 at Dominion 7.5 in Osaka-jo Hall, defeating Nakamura in a rematch.[97][98] From July 23 to August 15, Goto took part in the 2015 G1 Climax.[99] After six victories, one of which came over reigning IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada,[100] Goto entered the final day with a chance to advance from his block, but was eliminated after suffering his third loss of the tournament against Yuji Nagata.[101] Through NJPW's working relationship with the Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion, Goto returned to the United States on August 21, teaming with Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe in a six-man tag team match, where they defeated Okada, Beretta and Rocky Romero.[102] Goto's Intercontinental Championship reign ended on September 27 at Destruction in Kobe, when he was defeated by Shinsuke Nakamura in another title rematch.[103][104]

Chaos (2016–present)

Goto in February 2016
Goto in February 2016

After defeating Tetsuya Naito on January 4, 2016, at Wrestle Kingdom 10 in Tokyo Dome, Goto received his eighth shot at the IWGP Heavyweight Championship,[105] but yet again failed to win the title, being defeated by the defending champion, Kazuchika Okada, on February 11 at The New Beginning in Osaka. Goto went into the match with new attire, painting his body white and covering himself with script. Following the match, Okada offered Goto a spot in the Chaos stable.[106] Over the next several events, Okada tried to shake hands with Goto and get him to join Chaos on multiple occasions, but was turned down each time.[107] In March, Goto made it to the finals of the 2016 New Japan Cup, but was defeated there by Tetsuya Naito. After the final match, Goto finally agreed to shake hands with Okada, after he saved him from a post-match assault by Naito and his Los Ingobernables de Japon stable, and joined Chaos.[108][109] From July 18 to August 12, Goto took part in the round-robin portion of the 2016 G1 Climax, where he won his block, besting both Hiroshi Tanahashi and reigning IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada, with a record of six wins and three losses, advancing to the finals.[110] On August 14, Goto was defeated in the finals by Kenny Omega.[111] At the end of the year, Goto took part in the 2016 World Tag League, teaming with Chaos stablemate Tomohiro Ishii.[112] The two finished the tournament with a record of four wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals due to losing to block winners Togi Makabe and Tomoaki Honma in their final round-robin match.[113]

On January 4, 2017, at Wrestle Kingdom 11 in Tokyo Dome, Goto defeated Katsuyori Shibata to win the NEVER Openweight Championship for the first time.[114] Goto made his first successful title defense on February 5 at The New Beginning in Sapporo against Juice Robinson.[115] His second defense took place at the NJPW and ROH co-produced Honor Rising: Japan 2017 event, where he defeated ROH wrestler Punisher Martinez.[116] On April 9 at Sakura Genesis 2017, Goto made his third successful defense against Zack Sabre Jr., despite outside interference from Sabre's Suzuki-gun stablemates Minoru Suzuki and El Desperado. Afterwards, Goto brawled with Suzuki, setting up his next title defense.[117] On April 27, Goto lost the NEVER Openweight Championship to Suzuki.[118] On June 11 at Dominion 6.11 in Osaka-jo Hall, he failed to reclaim the title in a rematch against Suzuki in a Lumberjack Deathmatch.[119] The following month, Goto entered the 2017 G1 Climax, where he finished with a record of five wins and four losses, failing to advance from his block.[120] At the end of the year, Goto teamed with Yoshi-Hashi in the 2017 World Tag League. Finishing with a record of four wins and three losses, the team failed to qualify for the finals, after losing to Evil and Sanada in their final round-robin match.[121] On January 4, 2018, Goto defeated Minoru Suzuki in a Hair vs. Hair match to win the NEVER Openweight Championship, forcing Suzuki to have his head shaved bald.[122] On January 5, 2018, at New Year's Dash, he was challenged to a title match by Evil, which he accepted.The match took place on February 10, 2018The New Beginning in Osaka, where Goto was victorious.[123] On February 23, 2018, Goto made his second successful defense of the NEVER Openweight Championship against The Beer City Bruiser at the NJPW and ROH co-produced Honor Rising: Japan 2018 event.[124] On April 27, 2018, at Road to Wrestling Dontaku, Goto made his third successful defense of the NEVER Openweight championship in a rematch with Juice Robinson.[125] On June 9, 2018 at Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-jo hall, Goto lost the NEVER Openweight Championship to Michael Elgin in a 3-way match which also involved Taichi, ending his second reign at 156 days.[126] On June 17, 2018 at Kizuna Road, Goto defeated Elgin in a rematch for the NEVER Openweight Championship to win back the title[127] Goto made his first successful title defence against Jeff Cobb at G1 Special in San Francisco.[128] From July 14 to August 12 Goto took part in the G1 Climax 2018 and he ended up with 3 wins and 6 losses, failing to advance to the finals. On the final day of the G1 Climax, a returning Taichi later challenged him for the NEVER Openweight Championship, which Goto accepted.[129] On September 17, at Destruction in Beppu, Goto lost the NEVER Openweight Championship to Taichi in his second defense.[130] On October 27, Goto requested for a rematch for the NEVER Openweight championship, replacing his CHAOS stablemate Will Ospreay, who was scheduled to challenge Taichi at Power Struggle for the title but was unable to do so due to Ospreay suffering an injury.[131] Taichi, however, waved off Goto's challenge and declined immediately.[132] Despite this, the title match was eventually still set at Power struggle which took place on November 3. At the event, Goto defeated Taichi to win the NEVER Openweight championship for the fourth time.[133]

Other media

Goto made his acting debut in 2016 with a cameo appearance as a gangster in the Indonesian action film Headshot.[134]

Goto performing the GTR on Bushi
Goto performing the GTR on Bushi

Championships and accomplishments

Goto in August 2015, during his second reign as the IWGP Intercontinental Champion
Goto in August 2015, during his second reign as the IWGP Intercontinental Champion
Goto in February 2017, during his first reign as the NEVER Openweight Champion
Goto in February 2017, during his first reign as the NEVER Openweight Champion

Luchas de Apuestas record

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Hirooki Goto (hair) Minoru Suzuki (hair and championship) Tokyo, Japan Wrestle Kingdom 12 January 4, 2018


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Preceded by
Lance Archer & Minoru Suzuki (G1 Tag League)
Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson
World Tag League winner
With: Karl Anderson (2012)
Katsuyori Shibata (2014)
Succeeded by
Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson
Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma
Preceded by
Hiroshi Tanahashi
G1 Climax winner
Succeeded by
Togi Makabe
Preceded by
Hiroshi Tanahashi
Yuji Nagata
New Japan Cup winner
2009 & 2010
Succeeded by
Yuji Nagata
Kazuchika Okada
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