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Azumamaro Shimizu
(清水麻雀)
From: Sendai, Japan | Age: 24 | Years Pro: 2
Height: 180 cm (5'11") | Weight: 105.23 kg (232 lbs)
Accomplishments: Golden Dojo Graduate (Class of 2013)


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Young lion Azumamaro Shimizu is a homegrown Golden Canvas Grappling talent. Known for his technical prowess, Shimizu approaches his matches with technical precision, dissecting his opponents with aggressive grappling and complex counters. In the past few years, Shimizu has developed his Figure Four Necklock as the most feared submission in his arsenal, with many of the biggest wins on his resume credited to the hold.

Shimizu is a serious, respectful competitor, known for his class both inside and outside of the ring. Heavily influenced by the traditions of GCG, Shimizu carries himself like the old school wrestlers of the past. While he is still a young lion, Shimizu is rapidly approaching serious competition, with a recent win over veteran Dean Daniels at GCG Golden Spirit.
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Barry Kingman
(バリー・キングマン)
From: Cleveland, Ohio | Age: 41 | Years Pro: 23
Height: 183 cm (6'0") | Weight: 103.41 kg (228 lbs)
Accomplishments: 4C Championship (2x)


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The son of the legendary "Crippler" Ray Kingman, Barry Kingman is one of the most consistent fighters in Golden Canvas Grappling. Since 2008, Kingman has been a staple in the Openweight Division, contending for the Openweight Championship multiple times. Although he has come up short in all of his title matches, he has built a reputation as one of GCG's most dangerous gaijin workers.

Using a combination of solid technical chain wrestling and some underrated brawling and high-flying skills, Kingman employs a slow-paced, conservative package that has helped him ground bigger, faster opponents. His wily veteran ring-awareness has helped him maintain his high-level of in-ring competition despite his age. Over the past few years, his unwillingness to relinquish his position to GCG's next wave of younger stars has consumed him, as he has employed these bitter tactics toward younger wrestlers that have surpassed him.

While he has so far been unable to capture a GCG title, he has several classics under his belt. Most notably, he welcomed now owner Haruki Kudo to GCG with a 30-minute technical wrestling clinic, often considered one of the most underrated matches in contemporary Japanese wrestling. Another highly acclaimed match saw Kingman turn back the clock for the legendary Dread, as the two produced an incredible 15-minute brawl reminiscent of the big man's prime.

Before making a name in GCG, Kingman laid the foundation for Canadian Charisma Championship Combat (4C), Canada's biggest independent wrestling promotion today. His run as the one of the company's main headliners helped catch the attention of Japan's oldest promotion.
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Danjuro Kikuchi
(菊池)
From: Kobe, Japan | Age: 20 | Years Pro: 1
Height: 176.8 cm (5'10") | Weight: 104.82 kg (231 lbs)
Accomplishments: none


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Young lion Danjuro Kikuchi caught the eye of GCG scouts at the age of 19 after a series of superb indepedent showings. With a special knack for chain wrestling, Kikuchi took out local industry veterans with his feared Step Over Leg Bar.

While it will be years before the green Kikuchi will graduate from young lion status, he certainly is building up a following from GCG's base who appreciate his technical prowess at such a young age. His apprenticeship with GCG seems like a fruitful one, and several top company veterans have expressed interest in taking the youngster under their wing.
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Dean Daniels
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From: Detroit, Michigan | Age: 40 | Years Pro: 22
Height: 187.2 cm (6'1") | Weight: 108.18 kg (238.5 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team,
World Level Tag Team


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Gaijin veteran Dean "The Machine" Daniels is one of the most complete foreign wrestlers in Japan. While he doesn't excel in any particular style of combat, Daniels has the ability to adapt to any in-ring style which makes him a dangerous competitor. His in-ring fluidity has made him one of the most talented tag-team specialist, winning tag-team titles in both GCG and WLW.

Recently, Daniels has taken top shelf prospect Greg Gauge under his wing. Under his wing, Gauge has flourished, and the pairing won their first GCG title over the legendary gaijin tag-team of Nathan Coleman ad Stuart Ferdinand. While his main goal seems to be ushering Gauge into World Heavyweight Title contention, Daniels seems intent on winning another World Heavyweight Tag-Team Title or an Openweight Championship before he retires.

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Eagle Kawasawa
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From: Tokyo, Japan | Age: 33 | Years Pro: 15
Height: 179.8 cm (5'11") | Weight: 109.76 kg (242 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG Openweight Championship (2x)


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The protege of legendary Japanese Junior Optimus, Ryu "Eagle" Kawasawa is one of the longest GCG mainstays, competing for GCG for almost a decade and a half. Despite his ability as a high-flier and his colorful, recognizable mask (a tribute to his mentor), Kawasawa is very much a heavyweight brawler. Priding himself as an all-rounder, Kawasawa can slug it out with some of the hardest hitting puro stars, dissect an opponent with a series of painful, technically-sound holds and fly with some of the most athletic cruiserweights.

After a fateful arm injury in 2009, Kawasawa put on significant weight, which was seen as a major gamble for such a talented high-flier. After all, he was possibly the most successful lightweight wrestler in GCG history and consistently an Openweight contender. The move paid off, as his frame took the extra muscle without compromising his agility.

At age 27, Kawasawa trained the 19 year old high-flier JOJI, who he helped get hired at GCG. Aligning himself with the youngster, Kawasawa was disappointed to see his protege fired for substance abuse issues. This marked another notch in Kawasawa's tumultuous career, as it was rumored that Kawasawa blamed himself for the JOJI's firing, believing that he had failed the youngster as a mentor. Feeling perpetually in Optimus's shadow, Kawasawa saw his failings as a teacher as another example of his inferiority to his legendary trainer. However, the past few years have seen Kawasawa overcome his personal struggles, scoring big wins over all 3 members of the Golden Three and the legendary Haruki Kudo.

Still a wrung below the Golden Three and SUKI, Kawasawa now has a legitimate chance to break through the top ranks of GCG and potentially challenge for the GCG World Heavyweight Championship.
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Greg Gauge
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From: Seattle, Washington | Age: 26 | Years Pro: 7
Height: 189.4 cm (6'2") | Weight: 106.82 kg (235.5 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team,
2015 Rip Chord Invitational Challenge Winner,
Mid Atlantic Champion (Currently Holding)


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Spending his entire young career with GCG, Greg Gauge is arguably the most talented prospect the company has had since the Golden Three. The son of the legendary Sam Keith, Greg Gauge shares his father's incredible submission wrestling, crippling his opponents with his adaptation of the Proton Lock, the world's most feared submission. Along with his lightning-fast, fluid technical wrestling is Gauge's ability to exchange brutally stiff strikes.

Paired with veteran Dean "The Machine" Daniels, Gauge has already won a World Heavyweight Tag-Team Championship, dethroning the GCG Hall of Fame team of Nathan Coleman and Stuart Ferdinand in a thrilling brawl at Parade of Champions 2014.

In 2014, Gauge returned home to wrestle part-time for his father's promotion Mid Atlantic Wrestling, winning every major title almost immediately. His time at the American company has helped him as an "entertainer" and he has brought many Western wrestling elements over the Pacific in his GCG matches.

Aside from his legendary father, Gauge is also the twin brother of BHOTWG star Matthew Keith, the 2012 Young Wrestler of The Year.
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Harumi Okazawaya
(岡澤晴美)
From: Osaka, Japan | Age: 41 | Years Pro: 23
Height: 178.6 cm (5'10") | Weight: 108.86 kg (239.8 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team,
GCG Openweight Champion

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A 9 year veteran of GCG, Harumi Okazawaya in known for his dangerous all-round game. His technical game is often credited as the strongest aspect of his arsenal, but his ability as a hard-hitter cannot be discount; in particular, his finisher, the Hurricane Harumi (a second turnbuckle face-buster) is a wickedly devastating maneuver.

Okazawaya is known for always playing to the crowd, shaking the hands of adults, high-fiving children and kissing babies. His career has mostly been spent chasing the World Heavyweight Tag-Team Titles and Openweight Championship, which he has won both once. Still, Okazawaya, like any other GCG star, wants a shot to hold the GCG World Heavyweight Championship at least once in his career. While at 41, Okazawaya has an uphill climb, there are many GCG stars who have had late career renaissances, and found themselves in the main event.

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Hiroyasu Gakusha
(学士博士)
From: Kyoto, Japan | Age: 36 | Years Pro: 18
Height: 201.16 cm (6'6") | Weight: 121.56 kg (268.9 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG World Heavyweight (4x),
GCG Openweight Championship,
GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team,
Golden Dojo Graduate (Class of 1997)

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Current GCG World Heavyweight Champion, Hiroyasu Gakusha is undisputedly the greatest heavyweight in modern GCG history. Tied with Hall of Immortals members Sadaharu Jimbo and only behind his mentor Yoshifusa Maeda for the most World Title wins at four championship reigns, Gakusha has been one of the pivotal figures in GCG's resurgence.

The heavyweight star started his career as in GCG's young lion system, graduating from the Golden Dojo in 1997. Even in his early young lion matches, Gakusha demonstrated flashes of brilliance that only heavyweights like Kitozan, Kikkawa and Furusawa have possessed. Yoshifusa Maeda saw the youngster's enormous potential, and took him under his wing, the only time the legend had ever sought protege.

In the early 2000's Gakusha was tipped as a future world champion, with his array of suplexes and his wicked Gakusha Golden Bomb as punishing as any wrestling arsenal in Japan. His brutality was paired with a slick, graceful technical style that saw him dispatch some of the most talented technicians at their own game.

With a dearth of GCG talent, Gakusha's mentor Yoshifusa Maeda dominated the main event scene. Maeda's main rival, Kazu Yoshizawa, had already passed his best years, and the former champion, Naonobu Mukami, had shown that he was nowhere in Maeda's league. Maeda's legendary last World Title reign was heading into his 4th year, when an unlikely challenger stepped up...Maeda's own protege Gakusha. While the feud remained friendly, and diplomatic, it was one of the most intense match-ups in GCG's history. The elderly pride male Maeda had been challenged by his own cub, and for months, the entire Japanese wrestling scene gravitated around GCG.

The match itself was a doozy. A brilliant 40 minute clinic featured both men winning the hearts and minds of the Japanese public. At the finish, Maeda and Gakusha could barely walk, but neither was willing to yield, kicking out of maneuvers that would end mere mortals. Finally, Gakusha, barely carrying his 270 pounds frame on one, wobbly leg, connected with an improbable Roaring Gakusha Strike, followed by a devastating Gakusha Golden Bomb and finshing Maeda with the legendary "Burning Hammer", only the second time the move was employed in GCG. That match crowned Gakusha not only as world champion, but the figurehead of the company. Possessed by the GCG fighting spirit, Gakusha and Maeda followed up their brilliant performance at GCG Justice with a similar rematch at GCG PRIDE, where Gakusha retained after a grueling half hour match. That match would be Maeda's final match, the legendary star retiring with a stirring speech that put over Gakusha as the man who would usher GCG back to the glory days.

Today, Gakusha has lived up to those expectations, if not surpassed them. Despite his exceptional contemporaries, Takayuki 2000 and Toshiharu Hyobanshi, Gakusha has firmly held his position as the biggest star in GCG. Refusing enormous contract offers by PGHW and BHOTWG, Gakusha has firmly remained stalwart as a GCG loyalist.
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Jimmy Cox
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From: New Orleans, Louisiana | Age: 41 | Years Pro: 25
Height: 185.42 cm (6'1") | Weight: 109.76 kg (242.1 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG World Heavyweight,
GCG Openweight Champion


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One of only two gaijin to ever win the GCG World Heavyweight Championship, Jimmy Cox is easily the most successful foreign wrestler since the legendary big man Dread. His legendary win over the dominant heavyweight Toshiharu Hyobanshi is regarded as one of the greatest upsets in GCG history. While he only held the title for four months, Cox established himself as one of the most dangerous figures on the roster.

Sporting nearly no body-fat and incredible endurance for his age, Cox is best known for his ultimate finisher, the Immortal Driver. The piledriver is one of the most feared maneuvers in Japan, and few have experienced it and kicked out. However, Cox's devastating finisher isn't the only weapon in his arsenal; Cox is equally adept at both brawling and technical wrestling. His muscular physique aids his proficiency for taking apart his opponents, often working on his opponents' legs to wear them down.

Now over 40, Cox is pursuing likely his last shot at the GCG World Heavyweight Championship. Still, he remains one of the most prominent, consistent figures in the golden belt's title hunt.
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Kiminobu Kuroki
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From: Tokyo, Japan | Age: 36 | Years Pro: 18
Height: 187.96 cm (6'2") | Weight: 109.76 kg (236.4 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG Openweight Champion (3x),
GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team,
Golden Dojo Graduate (Class of 1997)


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The career-long training mate of GCG World Heavyweight Champion Hiroyasu Gakusha, Kiminobu Kuroki is one of the most beloved figures in today's GCG. Handsome, and charismatic, Kuorki tends to have the GCG fans firmly behind him each, and every night.

So far in his career, Kuroki has not been as successful as his superstar partner, but has accomplished a substantial amount in his own right. With the most GCG Openweight Championship reigns, Kuroki has always been one step short of winning the World Title.

Kuroki's ring-style is best described as well-rounded, and brawl-oriented. Employing a series of precise strikes and crunching suplexes, Kuroki wears down his opponents with his physical ring-style before putting them away with a series of excruciating submissions, most notably his Mercury Sleeper.

While his consistency has made him a household name, Kuroki seems to have hit a glass-celing due to his comfortability in the Openweight ranks. With the Golden Three, Jimmy Cox and now youngsters like SUKI and Mabuchi Furusawa in the World Title picture, Kuroki's window may be closing faster than he'd like.
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Lion Genji
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From: Tokyo, Japan | Age: 26 | Years Pro: 7
Height: 180.34 cm (5'11") | Weight: 104.77 kg (231.2 lbs)
Accomplishments: Tokyo Wrestling Dojo Graduate (Class of 2008)


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The physical youngster Lion Genji is one of the most promising prospects in Japan. Freshly graduated from Young Lion status, Genji mainly relies on physical strikes to take down his opponents. His Fusion Reactor finisher is a dangerous maneuver that Genji employs to swing the momentum in difficult matches.

So far, Genji's biggest win comes from a shocking upset against Samoan Machine in a popular match that marked the end of his young lion phase. His win came at an expense though; Genji was on the receiving end of one of the worst post-match beatdowns by the Samoan Destruction Inc.
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Mabuchi Furusawa
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From: Tokyo, Japan | Age: 29 | Years Pro: 8
Height: 193.04 cm (6'4") | Weight: 117.02 kg (258.2 lbs)
Accomplishments: GCG Openweight Championship (2x),
GCG World Heavyweight Tag Team


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The youngest son of former GCG owner Hanshino Furusawa, Mabuchi Furusawa is often considered the future crown jewel of the company. Big, athletic and charismatic, Furusawa often draws favorable comparisons to his father. Like the legendary Hanshiro, the young Mabuchi boasts a repertoire of balance, grace and technical skill, with a higher aptitude for brawling and striking than the senior Furusawa. Using a combinations of armbars, stretches, and sleepers, Furusawa loves putting away his opponents with a series of excruciating submissions.

Trained by his father, Furusawa came through to GCG as a Young Lion. While there were certainly favors he received for being the bosses son, Furusawa took all his lumps and bumps in stride, in particularly, a brutal beatdown by Toshiharu Hyobanshi in the early stages of his career. Quickly shedding the young lion title after a shocking win over Takayuki 2000, Furusawa found himself as a consistent figure in the Openweight division, his versatility providing him with the ability to keep up with wrestlers of any size and shape.

With his father handing off the company to Haruki Kudo, Furusawa seems unaffected, as he sees himself as a made-man. The Japanese media seems perplexed with his partnership with the bad ass Shingen Miyaki, as the tattooed, Westernized star seems pretty different from the old-school, tradion-respecting Furusawa. Still, the duo has found success, as they currently hold the tag-team titles.
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