Makoto Hashi

Birthdate:  May 10th, 1977
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 220 lbs.
Debut:  March 25th, 1998
Background:  Judo
Promotion History: All Japan (1998 to 2000) and NOAH (2000 to present)
Alliances:  Formally STERNNESS
Ring Attire:  Black tights
Card Position:  Mid-Card
Major Tournaments Won: None
Championship History:  GHC Jr. Heavyweight Championship and the GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship
Current Title Held:  GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship

Biggest Matches:
- April 7th, 2002 vs. Naomichi Marufuji (title win)
- September 12th, 2003 with Kanemaru vs. KENTA and Marufuji (title challenge)
- March 6th, 2004 vs. Jushin Thunder Liger (title challenge)
- July 18th, 2005 with Akiyama vs. Minoru Suzuki and Marufuji (title challenge)

- Hashi getting ready for a suplex
- A lariat by a younger Hashi
- Hashi with the Fishermans Suplex

Signature Moves:
- Diving Headbutt
- Goriman Driver
- Goriman Suplex
- Gory Thunder
- Reverse DDT
- Tenchu Karasu Otoshi

2005 Recap:
Even though Hashi did not win any titles in 2005, it was not due to lack of trying.  He went for the GHC Hardcore Openweight Championship against Yone, but was unsuccessful.  Hashi also took a shot at the GHC Tag Team Championship (with Akiyama) at the Dome Show, but again was unable to leave with the victory.  But with his high threshold for pain and his deadly headbutts, don't count out Makoto Hashi in 2006.

2006 Recap:
Hashi was injured for much of 2006. On October 6th he finally made his return to NOAH, and for the rest of the year he tired to regain his old form. He frequently tagged with Akiyama, but Akiyama was not impressed with his progress and showed disgust towards Hashi on several occasions.

2007 Recap:
Hashi recovered from his previous injury but by the end of 2007 he was injured again and went back on the shelf. In the beginning of the year he battled his mentor Akiyama because Akiyama was frustrated with his progress, but Akiyama beat him rather easily. On April 17th he teamed with Izumida to try to win the GHC Hardcore Openweight Championship from the Pen Pals, but Hashi would be pinned by Shiga. Hashi made no real impact for the rest of the year as he wrestled mostly in the mid-card in random tag matches.

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