Championship History

BJW Tag Team Championship
FMW Six Man Street Fight Tag Team Championship
IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (4x)
WAR International Junior Heavyweight Championship (2x)
WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (2x)
WAR World Six Man Tag Team Championship (5x)
UWA/UWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship (4x)
WEW Hardcore Tag Team Championship
WEW Tag Team Championship

Major Tournaments Won

Michinoku Pro Tag League (2001)
Super J Tag League (2010) 
Real Name: Keiji Takayama
Birth: February 20th, 1969
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 190 lbs.
Background: Started in Takeshi Puroresu Gundan
Debut:March 19th, 1989
Other Identities: Masked CTU-L
Promotion History: UWF (1990), W*ING (1991 to 1993), WAR (1994 to 1996), FMW (1997 to 2001), and New Japan (2001 to present)
Gedo Gedo

Awards and Recognition

Tokyo Sports Grand Prix:
Best Tag Team with Jado (2001)

Pro Wrestling Illustrated:
Highest Rank was #121 Wrestler in the World in 2006

Notable Matches

March 26th, 1995 vs. Lionheart
December 22nd, 1997 with Jado vs. Seiji Yamakawa and Yoshihiro Tajiri
July 14th, 2000 with Jado vs. H and Tetsuhiro Kuroda
July 20th, 2001 with Jado vs. Jushin Thunder Liger and El Samurai
July 8th, 2006 with Jado vs. El Samurai and Ryusuke Taguchi

Other Pictures

The Super Powerbomb
Jado and Gedo with the IJ Tag Team Championship
Gedo in his FMW attire

Wrestling Moves Videos Reviewed Matches on Puroresu Central
Complete Shot
Diving Headbutt
Gedo Clutch
Grounded Double Chickenwing
Spinning Side Slam
Super Fly
  December 13th, 1995 vs. Masayoshi Motegi
December 13th, 1995 vs. Dos Caras
December 13th, 1995 vs. Wild Pegasus
December 13th, 1995 vs. Jushin Thunder Liger
April 30th, 1998 - Jado and Gedo vs. Ricky Fuji and John Kronus
May 1st, 1998 - Jado and Gedo vs. Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith
October 24th, 2004 - Liger, Jado, Gedo, and Takemura vs. Taguchi, Goto, Nakajima, and Ishimori
November 13th, 2004 - Liger, Jado, and Gedo vs. Tiger Mask, Inoue, and Ishimori
December 11th, 2004 - Koji Kanemoto, Tiger Mask, and Inoue vs. Tanaka, Jado, and Gedo
January 26th, 2005 - Koji Kanemoto and Wataru Inoue vs. Jado and Gedo
January 4th, 2006 - Liger, Jado, and Gedo vs. Tanaka, Kanemura, and BADBOY Hido
January 4th, 2007 - Jado and Gedo vs. NOSAWA Rongai and MAZADA
April 27th, 2008 - Jado, Gedo, and Anderson vs. Yujiro, Hirasawa, and Okada
October 13th, 2008 - Jado, Gedo, and Low Ki vs. Liger, Kanemoto, and Tiger Mask
January 4th, 2009 - Averno, Jado, and Gedo vs. Mistico, Taguchi, and Devitt
January 14th, 2014 - Jado and Gedo vs. Jushin Thunder Liger and Maximo
Featured Signature Moves
Gedo Clutch

Triple Powerbomb

Gedo had a successful year in 2005, teaming with Jado for many victories, and together they were considered one of the strongest junior heavyweight tag teams in Japan.  Gedo proved that he was not just a tag wrestler, however, when he reached the finals of the Best of the Super Jr. Tournament.  He and Jado also traveled to Mexico in the fall, having success until Jado was injured and they returned home early. 

Part of one of the most dominate tag teams in Japan with Jado, Gedo continued to have success in 2006. For the first half of the year they were in a blood feud with Apache Army and even appeared on Apache Army shows to battle Kanemura, Kuroda, Sasaki, and others. At the Best of the Super Jr. Tournament, Gedo came in 4th place in his bracket but did manage a victory against Black Tiger. On July 8th, he and Jado defeated Taguchi and El Samurai for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. At the CTU show in July, Gedo teamed with Jado to defeat Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda, continuing a string of successful matches against Apache Army. In the G1 Tag League, Gedo teamed with Jado, and the duo would pick up a key win over rivals Togi Makabe and Shiro Koshinaka when Gedo pinned Koshinaka.

Jado and Gedo continued to team together for all of 2007, first as part of CTU and then as part of GBH after CTU disbanded. Jado and Gedo entered the year as the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Champions, but on May 2nd they would lose the titles to Dick Togo and TAKA Michinoku. In the Best of the Super Jr. Tournament, Gedo would pick up wins over Taguchi and El Samurai, but would fail to make the semi-finals. In the G1 Tag League Gedo teamed with Jado, and even though they didn't win they still picked up wins over Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi, Takashi Iizuka and Naofumi Yamamoto, and Masahiro Chono and Akebono.

In 2008, Jado and Gedo continued to anchor the Jr. Heavyweight tag team scene even though they did not win any championships. In the G1 Tag League, Jado and Gedo did well (including a big win over Manabu Nakanishi & Yutaka Yoshie), but they would miss the semi-finals. On December 7th they challenged NO LIMIT for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, but they would come up short. For the rest of the year, Gedo mostly helped Makabe and his other faction team mates win matches.

As part of CHAOS in 2009, Gedo continued teaming with his partner in crime Jado for the year. Usually wrestling in mid-card matches, the pair kept a lower profile since they were in such a large faction but they did get involved in many of their faction mate's matches. Gedo did not take part in the Best of the Super Jr. Tournament, but did wrestle in the Super J Cup where he defeated Kota Ibushi in the first round but lost to YAMATO in the second round.

While both Gedo and Jado continued working backstage setting up the matches for New Japan in 2010, they also remained active in the ring as two of the troublemakers of CHAOS. Gedo participated in the Best of the Super Jr. Tournament but did not do very well, as he only picked up one win in the tournament which was a forfeit victory over Tiger Mask. On September 26th, Gedo and Jado challenged Apollo55 for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, but the pair would come up short. In November, Gedo and Jado teamed together and won the Super J Tag League, defeating Davey Richards and Rocky Romero in the Finals.