Go Shiozaki and Kaito Kiyomiya
6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) – Shiozaki|
5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) – Kiyomiya
|460 lb (210 kg)|
|Debut||January 6, 2018|
|Disbanded||May 29, 2018|
GO-KAI was a professional wrestling tag team consisting of Go Shiozaki and Kaito Kiyomiya. The name of the team consists of Shiozaki and Kiyomiya's first names. The duo are former one-time GHC Tag Team Champions and the winners of the 2018 Global Tag League.
On January 6 Kaito Kiyomiya unsuccessfully challenged Kenoh for the GHC Heavyweight Championship, after the referee stopped the match. Afterwards, after regaining consciousness Kiyomiya went after Kenoh. However, Kenoh and Takashi Sugiura turned on Kiyomiya ending their alliance, turning face in the process. Kiyomiya then walked out with Go Shiozaki and the two formed a new partnership, later dubbed as "GO-KAI", consisting of Shiozaki and Kiyomiya's first names.
From March until April, Kiyomiya and Shiozaki took part of the Global Tag League, finishing the tournament with three wins, one loss and three draws, advancing to the finals. In the finals, Kiyomiya and Shiozaki defeated Kenoh and Sugiura to win the tournament. On April 29 at Great Voyage in Niigata, Kiyomiya and Shiozaki defeated The Aggression (Masa Kitamiya and Katsuhiko Nakajima) to win the GHC Tag Team Championship. They lost the titles back to The Aggression on May 29. Their would later be disbanded after both started to pursue their singles careers.
- Kiyomiya's finishing moves
- Bridging Tiger Suplex
- Shiozaki's finishing moves
- Go Flasher (Vertical suplex lifted and dropped into a headlock elbow drop)
- Gowan Lariat (Lariat)
- Limit Break (Wrist-clutch inverted scoop brainbuster)