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{{nihongo|'''Azusa Kudo'''|工藤 梓|Kudo Azusa|}} is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known under his ring name '''Gosaku''' (written in all capitals), who is best known for his work in [[Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] and [[Wrestling Marvelous Future]].
 
{{nihongo|'''Azusa Kudo'''|工藤 梓|Kudo Azusa|}} is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known under his ring name '''Gosaku''' (written in all capitals), who is best known for his work in [[Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling]] and [[Wrestling Marvelous Future]].
   
 
== Professional wrestling career ==
 
== Professional wrestling career ==
Azusa Kudo debuted in FMW in 1993 and used several different ring names during his career. Gosaku Gohasawara was the first one he used after his debut match, but he later adopted the simpler ring name of GOSAKU. A death match specialist, GOSAKU was never able to reach a high status in [[FMW]], and the gimmick change to Biomonster DNA wasn’t sufficient to catch the interest of FMW fans. In 2002, following FMW's bankruptcy, GOSAKU moved to [[WMF]]. In 2007, he lost a “loser leaves WMF match barbwire” to Kamui, and continued to work as freelancer in [[Guts World]], [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]] and even he returned to FMW.
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Azusa Kudo debuted in FMW in 1993 and used several different ring names during his career. Gosaku Gohasawara was the first one he used after his debut match. He later adopted the simpler ring name of '''GOSAKU'''. A death match specialist, GOSAKU was never able to reach a high status in [[FMW]], and the gimmick change to Biomonster DNA wasn’t sufficient to catch the interest of FMW fans. In 2002, following FMW's bankrupt, GOSAKU moved to [[WMF]]. In 2007, he lost a “loser leaves WMF match barbwire” to [[Kamui]], and continued to work as freelancer in [[Guts World]], [[Big Japan Pro Wrestling]] and even he returned to FMW.
   
 
==In wrestling==
 
==In wrestling==
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**Doctor Bomb (Powerbomb)
 
**Doctor Bomb (Powerbomb)
 
*'''Signature moves'''
 
*'''Signature moves'''
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**Sand Storm I
 
**Sand Storm II
 
**Sand Storm II
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**Sand Storm III
 
*'''Entrance themes'''
 
*'''Entrance themes'''
 
**"One Shot At Glory" by Judas Priest
 
**"One Shot At Glory" by Judas Priest
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==Championships and accomplishment==
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*'''[[Dramatic Dream Team]]'''
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**[[Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship]] (1 time)
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*'''[[World Entertainment Wrestling]]'''
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**[[WEW Six Man Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) - with [[Taka Michinoku]] and [[Tetsuhiro Kuroda]]
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*'''Other'''
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**Wrestle Brain Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
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[[Category:Wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:FMW Roster]]
 
[[Category:FMW Roster]]

Latest revision as of 08:43, August 23, 2017

GOSAKU
Gosaku
Birth name Azusa Kudo
Born August 10 1976 (1976-08-10) (age 43)
Kuroishi, Aomori, Japan
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) GOSAKU
Gosaku Goshogawara
Azusa Kudo
Biomonster DNA
Mr. Pogo
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight 120 kg (265 lb)
Trained By Atsushi Onita
Tarzan Goto
Debut November 20, 1993

  Azusa Kudo (工藤 梓, Kudo Azusa) is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known under his ring name Gosaku (written in all capitals), who is best known for his work in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling and Wrestling Marvelous Future.

Professional wrestling career Edit

Azusa Kudo debuted in FMW in 1993 and used several different ring names during his career. Gosaku Gohasawara was the first one he used after his debut match. He later adopted the simpler ring name of GOSAKU. A death match specialist, GOSAKU was never able to reach a high status in FMW, and the gimmick change to Biomonster DNA wasn’t sufficient to catch the interest of FMW fans. In 2002, following FMW's bankrupt, GOSAKU moved to WMF. In 2007, he lost a “loser leaves WMF match barbwire” to Kamui, and continued to work as freelancer in Guts World, Big Japan Pro Wrestling and even he returned to FMW.

In wrestlingEdit

  • Finishing move
    • Doctor Bomb (Powerbomb)
  • Signature moves
    • Sand Storm I
    • Sand Storm II
    • Sand Storm III
  • Entrance themes
    • "One Shot At Glory" by Judas Priest

Championships and accomplishmentEdit

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