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Geronimo (ジェロニモ) is a human that became a Justice Chojin in his teenage years. He has fought alongside Terryman and Brocken Jr. in tag-matches. The Ultimate Muscle dub renamed him Beetlebomb, with his origin being changed from a Native American to a Briton, and his voice was based on Ringo Starr.


Geronimo is a young Native American of the Cherokee tribe who was born a regular human. As a boy his life was saved by a Chojin (later revealed to be the God of the Superman Road) and from then on he yearned to become a Chojin. Because of this he hides the fact that he is human and takes part in the battle against the Devil Knights. During the Five Story Ring battles, he shows that his Chojin Spirit (超人魂) exceeds that of a Chojin by defeating Sunshine in a tremendous victory.

Afterwards he passes the trial of the Superman Road (スーパーマンロード) and becomes a true chojin, later participating in the Universal Chojin Tag Tournament and the Survivor Match for the Kinniku Throne. In Kinnikuman Nisei, the character Chaos appears to look up to him, as he believes that they are both humans fighting alongside chojin.


His eyes are partially hidden behind his forelock and he has brown skin. He is usually seen carrying a tomahawk and a hunting knife with him, but he hardly ever uses them. Geronimo typically wears his hair loose, where it flows to his mid-back, and a headband keeps it mostly in place, which covers his eyes. He tends to wear shorts, with fur-covered boots and arm-covers.


Geronimo is a young and optimistic chojin, who retains close ties to his human heritage. He is sometimes quick to anger, including resorting to acts of violence when unprovoked, especially when he first became a chojin (and struggled to adjust to his new nature). Usually, he retains a strong sense of justice and fights on behalf of those that are most vulnerable. He is dedicated to the path of righteousness, and idolises older chojin such a Terryman. He is very expressive and emotional, but friendly to all he meets.



He and Terryman have a teacher/student relation, with Terryman acting as a mentor figure. Terryman was the one that saw the potetintial that was within him, even if he was a mere human. He travels back to Geronimo's village to ask for help, and after Geronimo became a chojin, they form a Tag team to enter the new tournament.

Chief Cheyenne

One of the men Geronimo most respect and care about. After his father demise, Chief Cheyenne took care of he and his sister, Amy, teaching them in the right ways, and talking about who good their father was.


Geronimo was the one that Wolfman choose to cut his topknok after sacrificiing his power sphere to help Kinnikuman. And after Geronio's death, their spirits help lifting the diamond ring were Kinnikuman and General Devil were fighting. Geronimo was also the only idol Chojin who could come to his retirement ceremony.

Brocken Jr.

(More to come)



Geronimo was born a regular human. [3] Once his father died, it left him and his sister - Amy - both orphans, and he was adopted by Chief Cheyenne. [4][5] When he is ten, and Amy is nine, they ask the Chief to relay the story of their father, in which they are told he was a village hero who was executed; the execution occurs unjustly, as he was blamed for a fight among the white populace, when he was actually trying to mediate and stop the conflict. [5]

This inspires Geronimo to be a good man, like his father, and he declares that he will make friends with all people, uniting the Native village with the Caucasian town. [6] He goes into a local town, in an attempt to make friends, but each of his attempts fails. He first mistakes children throwing things at him for a snowball fight, and throws faeces at them from the road, and later attempts to walk an elderly person across the road, while accidentally getting faeces on their hand. He finally tries to help a lost child, but is mistaken as trying to kidnap them. [6]

A day later, Geronimo takes his sister into town. [6] The local boys see them and push a boulder down the hill toward them. [7][6] At the last second, a chojin steps forward to save them. [6][7] He headbutts the boulder, breaking it into many pieces and saves their lives; this selfless action inspires Geronimo to want to become a chojin. [8] He proceeds to train under the Chief for five years, until a group of white men come to attack his village. He tries to mediate and peacefully stop them, but is beaten unconscious, at which point the police arrive and tensions escalate as the men and police fight. [8]

Geronimo awakens and sees that the village children are preparing to roll a boulder down to the warring groups, which would kill the leaders of both groups, and jumps in front of the boulder to save them, even at the risk of his own life. [9] The same chojin from before comes to protect him, once more shattering the boulder, and Geronimo's selfless actions remind the police and white men about what is important in life, as they come to a truce. The white men carry Geronimo back to Chief Cheyenne, apologise for their actions, and leave. Geronimo is thus saved. [9]


Golden Mask Arc

Geronimo is first seen breaking out of his bubble. [10] A mysterious force (General Devil) has been draining the power of all the Justice Chojin, which forces the Silver Mask to place them inside life-containment bubbles.[11] After Kinnikuman’s fight with Sneagator, Geronimo breaks out of his bubble - fully healed - with his tomahawk. [10] He refuses to let the other speak badly about Kinnikuman, which inspires Wolfman to break free of his bubble in turn. [10]

Wolfman sacrifices his life-force so Kinnikuman can live again. Wolfman asks Geronimo to cut off his top-knot, as a symbol of his friendship for Kinnikuman, because Geronimo was the only one that was willing to defend Kinnikuman and speak in his defence. Geronimo obliges him and cries in response to his death. [10] Warsman is later knocked unconscious. [12]

It is Geronimo who realises he is still alive, and that they can revive him by shocking his heart. A well opens up that leads to inside Warsman's body, but only five people may enter, and so Geronimo bravely leads the way inside. He goes with Terry, Robin, Brocken Jr. and Kinnikuman into Warsman’s body. [12] A five-tier ring appears, with each ring holding a different opponent. [13] Geronimo fends off The Ninja on the fourth floor, while Kinnikuman climbs the spine to reach the top ring. [13] The Ninja switches places with Sunshine, forcing Geronimo to compete against him. [14] At one point, he skewers the mat with his tomahawks so that Terry - in the ring below - could grab a hold of something during Asuraman’s Asura Buster. [15]

In his fight with Sunshine, he started off hitting Sunshine with a fury of Tomahawk Chops. [16]Geronimo lands a Flying Boy Press, but Sunshine counters by bending his legs. Sunshine uses his Sand Hell techniques on Geronimo, and Geronimo uses a Tomahawk Tornado to sweep away the sand. [16] After being pressed into the mat by Sunshine, Geronimo attempts another Tomahawk Chop, but the damage done to Sunshine is undone by his regeneration abilities. [17] The sweat from Geronimo is also absorbed into Sunshine and makes his sand weigh even heavier, as he crushes Geronimo from above.

Sunshine prepares for a Back-Drop, and Geronimo breaks his hip attempting to counter with a Flying Maier. Geronimo tries a Guillotine Drop, but Sunshine stops him with a Giant Swing, and Geronimo manages to stop Sunshine with a headbutt, but sustains great damage in the process. Geronimo believes he has won when he chops Sunshine in half, but instead he found himself trapped inside Sunshine. [17]

After forcing his way out of Sunshine's body, Sunshine begins to use his most brutal Sand Hell techniques. [18] He uses a Canadian Back-Breaker, while Geronimo counters with a Reverse Suplex, and Sunshine attempts a Mexican Stretch. Geronimo uses a Toe-Kick to shatter Sunshine's body into multiple pieces, and Sunshine uses a Hell's Pyramid. [18] Being severely injured - after having his gut stabbed by Sunshine’s Hell’s Pyramid technique - causes Terryman to realise that Geronimo is human. [18]

Geronimo uses a Brain Buster, despite the pyramid piercing his heart. [19]Sunshine rebuilds himself with his Hell Arc de Triumphe. Geronimo smashes Sunshine again, but Sunshine uses a sun-styled key to enter his sun-mark upon his chest, and this regenerates him. Geronimo keeps fighting and eventually grabs Sunshine's chest, where he removes the key that controls the Sand Hell techniques. As the key hits the canvas, Sunshine grabs his head and screams, causing Geronimo to realise that Sunshine’s weakness is loud noises. He used his trademark Apache War Cry. [19]

This reduces Sunshine to dust, but - before Geronimo can finish - his heart stops. [7] He remembers the bravery of the chojin who saved him and his sister, and he then sticks his hand into his chest and massages his heart. He finishes off Sunshine with the Apache War Cry. [7]After this, General Devil made his appearance. [20]

Geronimo tries to attack him, but is thrown out of the ring and falls five stories, due to a Double Arm Spin and a Hell's Guillotine. [21] After General Devil and Ashuraman make their escape, the Five Story Ring begins to collapse, but Geronimo stands beneath it and holds it upright so that the others can escape. [21] Warsman's tears allow him to be washed out of his body, along with the others, and this saves Geronimo's life. [22] He is close to death, and so the others attempt to sacrifice a piece of their chojin power for him.

Due to being human, Geronimo's body will not accept their power. He dies. [22] Near the end of the match, Geronimo’s spirit shows up and helps hold the ring upright.[23] After the match reaches its completion, Geronimo is revived by the Perfect Mask and is seen alongside Wolfman. [24]

Dream Tag Tournament

Geronimo is introduced in a comatose state. [3]He is in a wheelchair, when Terryman announces that he will team with Geronimo. It is revealed that his soul may be 'dead', but his body is alive, and Terryman seeks to resurrect his soul and bring him back to full consciousness in time for the tournament. Geronimo is taken back to his village, where - even in his unconscious state - he manages to defend Terryman from an attack by his people. Chief Cheyenne reveals that Geronimo cannot be revived as a human, but could be revived as a Justice Chojin. [3]

They summon forth the chojin God, while bringing forth the Superhuman Road. [4] Geronimo travels along the road and encounters three different gateways; he breaks through the first with quick thinking and bravery, as he uses his body to allow two children to cross a ravine, and he passes the second by self-sacrifice to save others from a falling boulder. In the last, he is able to distinguish between good and evil, as he kills the image of Chief Cheyenne that threatens the lives of children. Geronimo is thus made a chojin. [4]

Geronimo joins Terryman to form the New Machineguns. [4]

He struggles to control his new power, such as accidentally hitting a child. [25] After navigating a maze to be allocated their placement within the tournament, they are matched against Stray Akuma Chojin Combo. [26] Like the other Justice Chojins, Geronimo’s Friendship Power was stolen by Asuraman and Sunshine. [27] When they go to shake hands with their opponents, they play dirty and strike them with punches, instead. [27] Geronimo initially keeps to the sides, but helps Terryman with a combo move by jumping on his bridge. [28] He is then tagged in to fight against Sunshine. He attacks with a Back-Drop. [28]

Sunshine turns his body into sand and counters with a kick from below, and he then switches out with Terryman. Terryman then climbs on Geronimo's shoulders, so that they can match Asuraman with four arms, and engage with a Tornado Hell Return. [28] During this attack, the dolls of Terryman and Geronimo are scattered on the floor and shattered, which foretells their eventual loss. [29] The match continues in earnest, with both teams exchanging various blows. Geronimo listens to Terryman and makes several counters. [29]

Soon Geronimo and Terryman are greatly injured in a Hell's Combination. [29]

Sunshine attempts a Hell's Pyramid attack, but Geronimo - remembering his key part - tries to remove the key part from his chest to incapacitate him. The key part transforms into a giant pair of rollers, which suck Geronimo's right arm inside and he becomes victim to Sunshine's Cursed Roller. [29] Listening to Terryman, Geronimo sacrifices his right arm in order that he may survive. [30] They then switch places. When Geronimo sees how well Kinnikuman and Terryman work together, even when not teammates, he feels guilty. [30]

Geronimo is then taken into an Asura Buster, and Asuraman holds him hostage, promising to release him only when Terryman lets go of Sunshine. [31] Terryman sacrifices his stars on his arms, as he resigns from the match, but Asuraman still performs his Improved Asura Buster, and this impales Geronimo in his head. [31] When Kinnikuman Great arrives to steal back the box and figures, he and Geronimo are thrown from the ring and forced to hold on for their lives. [32] Geronimo begs Great to let go of him, so that he can save Terryman, and Great lets go to do as he wishes. Kinnikuman catches him and saves his life. [32]

Geronimo would later help Dr. Bombay repair Kinnikuman's severed arm. [33]

Survivor Match for the Kinniku Throne

When Kinnikuman requires five hand-prints to open a door, Geronimo appears. [34]

After the Dream Tag Tournament, Geronimo went away alone and won the Hawaiian Championship Belt from Jesse Maivia. He then made his way to Osaka to compete in the final round of the Survivor Match. On his way, he runs into an injured Warsman (who had been severely injured by Mammothman). He takes Warsman to a hospital and agrees to take his place in the finals as a pinch-hitter. [34]

When the group is trapped in a room with a spiked ceiling descending upon them, between the final matches of the final round, Geronimo - and others - cut their hands to offer blood to Kinnikuman. [35] This fails to work, but allows Asuraman to sacrifice himself using Geronimo's knives. [35]

Geronimo is then matched against The Omegaman in Meat's place. [36]

The match takes place on a stone-ring, complete with a moat around the ring. Geronimo starts with a drop-kick to The Omegeman's face, followed by slamming him to the mat, and he attempts then to use an Elbow Drop. Omegaman got Geronimo in his deadly Omega Catastrophe Drop technique. [36] It is shown that - seconds before Geronimo hit the ground - a shadowy figure blew the ashes of Kinniku Ataru’s Muscle Prophecy page into the ring, causing Ataru’s spirit to catch Geronimo’s head and act as a cushion. [37]

As the fight continues, Geronimo realises that the figure was Neptuneman. [38] Neptuneman brings the ashes back to him, while Geronimo tackles Omegaman into the moat. [37] Omegaman unleashes a series of attacks and rises from the water with Geronimo's totem poll, making others believe that he is dead. [39] Neptuneman throws seeds into the moat, which Geronimo uses to grow a tree to escape the moat. [39]

Omegaman uses Omega Blood-Spray Fangs. [40] Geronimo then drains all of his strength performing his Apache War Cry and Wood Cutter Hand techniques, which opens him up to another Omega Catastrophe Drop. Neptuneman (posing as The Samurai) tries to use Ataru’s ashes again, but Geronimo kicks them away. He says that he wishes to defeat the technique himself, but in actuality he was worried that Neptuneman would be noticed by the chojin Enma and be hunted down for the rest of his life. [40]

Because of this sacrifice, Geronimo is defeated. [41]

After the match, Super Phoenix burns Geronimo’s Muscle Prophecy page, causing him to disappear like Ataru Kinniku. [42] During Kinnikuman's fight with Super Phoenix, when it looked like Super Phoenix would win and take the throne, the souls of Geronimo, Robin Mask, Neptuneman, and Ataru (all of whom had their pages burned) help Kinnikuman regain his stolen Kajiba no Kuso Djikara and win the fight. [43] The four of them were later revived by Kinnikuman's Face Flash. [43]

Kinnikuman (2011)

Perfect Origin Arc

Geronimo first appears on a Chojin Fan Appreciation Day. [44]

The event comes after a historic peace-treaty is signed between Perfect, Justice, and Devil Chojin. [44] During the event, the "real" Perfect Chojin arrive and Geronimo ushers the guests to safety. [45] Strong the Budo strikes Geronimo when he objects to their arrival, and destroys the peace treaty as a true representative of the Perfect Chojin. Geronimo leaps into the ring to attack Strong the Budo, but his movements are perceived as if in slow motion by the significantly stronger Perfect Chojin. [45]

Strong the Budo blocks Geronimo's blow, before punching him in the mouth to stop his Apache War Cry. [45] He then throws him in the air, where he is attacked by Dalmatiman, Turboman, and Crushman. [46] When Terryman attempts to intervene, Geronimo begs him to not fight on behalf of the other chojin, and Geronimo watches the match - heavily bandaged - from the corner of the ring. [46]

When the Devil Chojin proceed to enter the first round of the tournament matches against the Perfect Chojin, Geronimo watches from the event arena with Terryman. [47] The New Large Numbers arrive after the first round ceases, and attack Peek-a-Boo and Terryman, which leads Geronimo to attack them in defence of his companions. [48] He uses an Apache War Cry, which Jak Chi stops with a Boiling Shot. Marvellous follows with a Rising Dragon, before Kinnikuman stops them from attacking Geronimo further. [48]

Geronimo is taken to the hospital with Peek-a-Boo, where he spends the rest of the arc. [49]

Unnamed Arc

Terryman, Prisman and Geronimo confront the Choushin at the Great Sphinx of Giza. Prisman's opponent is Bicorn, the God of Wrath. Bicorn delivers a lecture on the Great Sphinx of Giza and its true reason why its nose got shattered. Arrogant Chojin wanted to free themselves from the shackles of the Gods. Prisman tries a Rainbow Shower on Bicorn, but it bounces off because of his ozone layer-like protection. After using a failed Rainbow Shower against Bicorn, Prisman is carved up by Bicorn's Bicorn Horn Slicer and smashed into pieces by Bicorn's Wrathful Bicorn Drop. Both Terryman and Geronimo call out Prisman's name out of concern.

Surprisingly, Bicorn's finisher only breaks off Prisman's flab. Prisman takes advantage of this and kicks a bunch of Canvas Shuriken at Bicorn, who dodges all of that and slams down hard on Prisman's arm. Irritated, Bicorn states that Prisman's parlor tricks will not work. Prisman boasts that his body will not be destroyed that easily. Bicorn realizes that Prisman wanted Bicorn to break his body and tells Prisman that Prisman will realize his folly as a foolish Chojin. Bicorn wraps his horns around Prisman with a Blood Squeeze Horn.

Terryman orders Prisman to flee, but Prisman's 52,000,000 Chojin Kyodo isn't enough. As it turns out, Bicorn has a 99,990,000 Chojin Kyodo. In order to gain a physical form, all Choshin have to give up 10,000 Power, which is a mere pittance to them. No more Chojin could last long enough against a Choshin, anyways. Geronimo encourages Prisman, but Prisman is insulted and calls Geronimo a fake Chojin. Prisman follows Geronimo's advice and slips out, countering with a Red Rain of Berlin. Geronimo points that out, and Prisman notes that Brocken Jr. is also a "Chojin Cheat". However, those guys are not to be underestimated.

Bicorn, now full of wrath, orders Prisman to be silent and says that the Choshin are to wipe out the inferior Chojin race once and for all. Not one to mince words, Bicorn goes back to killing Prisman. Bicorn will discipline Prisman with an overwhelming show of force and stomp him into a million pieces. As he's stomped by Bicorn, Prisman retorts that it won't be that easy and counters with a Dragon Leg Screw grapple. Bicorn dodges and counters with a Flying Heel Kick. In a last ditch effort, Prisman fires off a Rainbow Shower, injuring Bicorn because he created a crack in Bicorn's Capillaria Ray protection. Prisman is surprised that worked at all.

Telling Prisman that his trick won't work if used multiple times, Bicorn kicks Prisman in the gut and pulls off a Hijack Horn Breaker. Struggling to get up, Prisman boasts that his Rainbow Shower worked on Bicorn to Geronimo and Terryman. Knowing that tactic worked, Prisman spams the Rainbow Shower, much to Bicorn's chagrin. Bicorn pulls off a Holy Tombstone Drop on Prisman, but Prisman continues his Rainbow Shower spam.

Even if Prisman could affect Bicorn with the Rainbow Shower, Bicorn still has the upper hand. Bicorn unleashes a beatdown on Prisman, ending with a Bicorn Trigger Gimlet. Bicorn has finally stomped Prisman out once and for all. During his supposed victory speech, Bicorn gets interrupted by Prisman impaling him through his chest. Prisman boasts that the Gods aren't as invulnerable as they would claim. Bicorn throws Prisman aside and tells Prisman to never underestimate the Gods. Just as Bicorn is about to pull off another Tombstone Trigger Gimlet, Prisman catches him and reverses it with a Prism Spiegel Crash.

The Prism Spiegel Crash barely affected Bicorn, but Bicorn fell for Prisman's trick. The real reason for the finishing hold is so that Prisman could get behind Bicorn and unleash a point-blank Rainbow Shower at Bicorn's exposed backside. Upon losing, Bicorn has a breakdown both metaphorically and literally as Bicorn can't believe that he lost to a "third-rate fool of a Chojin". The Choushin must wipe out the Chojin as they're too dangerous to live. Bicorn crumbles away to dust, giving Prisman the victory.

Due to his injuries from the fight, Prisman is about to pass away. To test his theory, Prisman blasts Geronimo with his Rainbow Shower, but Geronimo is unaffected, which means that Geronimo can handle the Capillaria Rays. Prisman reveals his secret on why he could use the Capillaria Rays: he's a Chojin made from a Capillaria piece that originally belonged to the God of Intelligence. The Capillaria piece is essentially is his heart. Before dying, he yanks it out and shoves it right into Geronimo's chest.

Geronimo is now the mortal chojin's ace in the hole in the war against the Choushin, but Geronimo is doubtful of his own worth and criticizes himself. Terryman refutes that and explains that Geronimo became a Chojin because Geronimo has the undying spirit of a Chojin inside of him. Geronimo has a flashback to the time he became a Chojin. He has a mission that only he can complete. As Prisman's powers flow through his body, Geronimo finally remembers his mission. With Terryman's help, he challenges the fallen Bicorn's teammates.

Kinnikuman Nisei

Geronimo witnesses the legendary match between Kinnikuman and Terryman and later attends Kinnikuman and Bibimba's wedding. In Kinnikuman Nisei he is defeated during the Evil Chojin invasion and becomes an instructor at the Hercules Factory and acted as the official during the Graduation Matches. He has no known offspring. He later comes to Japan in order to watch the Chojin Olympics: The Resurrection.

Ultimate Chojin Tag Tournament Arc


History has been rewritten as the Time Chojin have gone back in time to the Dream chojin Tag Arc conclusion. They almost kill Robin Mask, but he is saved at the last minute by the New Generation. Like the other Legends, Geronimo doesn't trust the New Generation and even attacks Seiuchin with his Apache War Cry.

First Round

During the first round of the tournament, Harabote Muscle announces a surprise reserve match at Kuramae Kokugikan.[50] With only a few seconds left to go to volunteer, Brocken Jr. - alongside Geronimo - takes the ninety-ninth spot from Specialman and Canadianman. [50] They state they were inspired by the Machineguns, while no other team has come forward to volunteer for the reserve match, and - meeting all other requirements - should be allowed to enter the tournament to fight the Five Disasters as the seed team . [51]

Kinnikuman and Terryman act as seconds to Brocken and Geronimo, as they help them to warm up. [52] Brocken looks to a locket of Brockenman and Wolfman before beginning his match, asking them to watch over him in spirit, and Terryman gives Geronimo a Native American headpiece and axe to enter the ring, while Kinnikuman names them The Choppers based on how they both use chopping motions to attack. The match begins with a double-flying cross-chop to Thunder's chest by both Brocken Jr. and Geronimo. [52]

They follow with a double overhead-chop to the head, with a back-fist to the carotid artery. [53] The Choppers attempt a double-flying body-attack, while Lightning remains inactive from the corner, and Thunder counters with a kick, which Brocken uses - grabbing the extended leg - to deliver kicks to the face. This is followed by a series of blows and a German Suplex, which downs Thunder, and Jade offers support from the side-lines. Distracted by Jade, Brocken succumbs to a Lariat by Thunder. Once Buffaloman and Ramenman appear in the stadium, Thunder uses his Legend Destruction Bell. [53]

This triggers traumatic memories from all Justice Chojin present, including Chaos. [54] Brocken Jr. attempts to stop the attack with his Red Rain of Berlin, but Thunder counters with his bell-arm. Lightning kicks at Brocken, before slamming him head-first into the bell and seemingly knocking him unconscious. [54] At this point, Geronimo sees the spirits of Ilioukhine and Barrierfreeman, and stops the barrage of attacks on the unconscious Brocken Jr with his Apache War Cry. [55] This is followed by his Apache Death-Cry, which merges with Meat's voice recorder and destroys the Destruction Bell on Thunder's arm. [55][56]

After Geronimo loses his voice, Thunder attempts to knock him out, but - awakened with the destruction of the bell - Brocken Jr. uses his Red Rain of Berlin to break what it left of the Destruction Bell to save Geronimo, who falls out of the ring. [56] Brocken follows this with a Uniform Rebellion, and a Stuttgart Sadness. [56] Brocken Jr. gains the upper hand, until Lightning tags into the match. [57] Lightning uses his Mouthpiece Acceleration, before using a Four-Point Impact, and proceeds to use his Acceleration to avoid Brocken's attacks.

After using a Reverse Brain-Buster on Brocken Jr., Brocken Jr. attempt to use his Red Rain of Berlin. [57] Lightning evades by using Acceleration, and holds Brocken Jr. into a lock so that Thunder can use his Lion Fingers. [58] After receiving the brutal blow, Geronimo and Brocken Jr. team up to use the tag-move "Tears of Friendship", and deliver a blow to Lightning. The Fiver Disasters both use Acceleration. [58] The Five Disasters finish with a Time Travel Illusion and a Justice Destruction Finale. [59]

Despite Geronimo being knocked out, Brocken Jr. shows signs of life. The Five Disasters use their Death Watch Branding, which amputates Brocken Jr.'s arm at the shoulder. [59] Brocken Jr. offers words of consolation to a hysterical Jade, as his locket necklace snaps off, and he and Geronimo are moved onto stretchers. The doctors reveal both men wore fake skins, to hide their wounds obtained during the Universal Chojin Tag Tournament, and it was possible they may have won at full health. Jade takes the locket and goes to Brocken Jr., and the two shakes hands spiritually despite the lost arm.

Brocken is then taken the the hospital.[59] Brocken and Geronimo later recover due to the Trophy Bulbs; Brocken recovers his arm, and Geronimo his voice. [60]



Apache War Cry (アパッチのおたけび or アパッチの雄叫び, Apatchi no Otakebi)

An ancient Apache secret technique, Geronimo screams "U-Ra-Raーーー!!" (ウララーーー!!) at such a great volume it produces a powerful shock-wave that attacks the opponent. It is said to be powerful enough to break an entire mountain.
In the Survivor Match for the Kinniku Throne anime, it's name is changed to Wild War Cry (野生のおたけび, Yasei no Otakebi).
  • Apache Death Scream (アパッチの断末魔, Apatchi no Danmatsuma)
A stronger version of the Apache War Cry. Used to destroy the Jikan chojin's "Legend" Destroying Bell.

Tomahawk Chop (トマホークチョップ)

  • Geronimo brings both hands together and strikes his opponent with a chop. The name "Tomahawk Chop" is also used to refer to Geronimo's basic chops. In the anime he uses one hand.

Tomahawk Tornado (トマホークトルネード)

  • Geronimo holds both arms up and spins around violently, creating a small whirlwind that attacks the opponent. In the anime he uses one arm.

Wood Cutter Hand (ウッド・カッター・ハンド)

  • Used against The Omegaman. A Flying Chop powerful enough to chop down a tree.

Scissors Kick (シザースキック)

Hell’s Tornado Return (竜巻地獄返し, Tatsumaki Jigoku Kaeshi)

  • A tag technique with Terryman. Geronimo jumps onto Terry's shoulders and they both hold all of their arms up to one side. They then throw their arms down to the other side, causing Asuraman's "Hell's Tornado" to turn around and attack him instead.

Sorrowful Rain of Friendship (友情の涙雨, Yuujou no Namida'ame)

  • A tag technique with Brocken Jr.. As Geronimo performs his Tomhawk Chop, Brocken performs the Red Rain of Berlin. Their hands come together and become englufed in a flame as they strike the opponent.

Flying Body Press

Body Slam

Guillotine Leg Drop


Jumping Back Drop

Flying Elbow Drop

Career Record


  • Hawaii Chojin Heavyweight (5th)
  • 2nd Kinnikuman Popularity Contest (8th Place)
  • 4th Kinnikuman Popularity Contest (16th Place)


  • Team Kinnikuman: Centre Guard (Finals)
  • Hercules Factory Instructor


  • Brave Young Apache (若きアパッチの勇者, Wakaki Apatchi no Yuusha)
  • Real Chojin Wrestler (リアル超人レスラー, Riaru Choujin Resuraa)
  • Wild Fighter (ワイルドファイター)
  • Gero (ジェロ) (Terryman only)

Win/Loss Record (Singles)

Win/Loss Record (Tag)

New Machineguns (Terryman)
The Choppers (Brocken Jr.)

Win/Loss Record (Anime Only)

  • O Hydra Indy (Tomahawk Strike)
  • Δ The Ninjaman (Apache War Cry) (Tag Match with Terryman)
  • O Senshi Chojin (Apache War Cry)

Speech & Quotes

He refers to himself in the first person as Ora (オラ) and ends most of his sentences with Zura (~ズラ), and refers to the other Idol Chojins as Senpai (先輩, seniors). *In the anime, he speaks with a Tōhoku accent.



  • Favourite Food: Inari Zushi
  • Theme Song: "Spirit War Cry (魂のおたけび, Tamashii no Otakebi)" by Masatake Ohkura
  • Submitted by: Suzuki of Yokohama


  1. Episode 20 (Deep of Muscle)
  2. Kinnikuman: Volume 58: Calendar
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Kinnikuman: Chapter 210
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Kinnikuman: Chapter 211
  5. 5.0 5.1 Deep of Muscle: Episode 20: Chapter 1-2
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Deep of Muscle: Episode 20: Chapter 2-3
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Kinnikuman: Chapter 186
  8. 8.0 8.1 Deep of Muscle: Episode 20: Chapter 4
  9. 9.0 9.1 Deep of Muscle: Episode 20: Chapter 5
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Kinnikuman: Chapter 166
  11. Kinnikuman: Chapter 162
  12. 12.0 12.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 170
  13. 13.0 13.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 171
  14. Kinnikuman: Chapter 172
  15. Kinnikuman: Chapter 181
  16. 16.0 16.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 182
  17. 17.0 17.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 183
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Kinnikuman: Chapter 184
  19. 19.0 19.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 185
  20. Kinnikuman: Chapter 187
  21. 21.0 21.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 188
  22. 22.0 22.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 189
  23. Kinnikuman: Chapter 207
  24. Kinnikuman: Chapter 208
  25. Kinnikuman: Chapter 212
  26. Kinnikuman: Chapter 214
  27. 27.0 27.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 226
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Kinnikuman: Chapter 227
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 Kinnikuman: Chapter 228
  30. 30.0 30.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 229
  31. 31.0 31.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 230
  32. 32.0 32.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 231
  33. Kinnikuman: Chapter 253
  34. 34.0 34.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 340
  35. 35.0 35.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 350
  36. 36.0 36.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 356
  37. 37.0 37.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 357
  38. Kinnikuman: Chapter 356-358
  39. 39.0 39.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 358
  40. 40.0 40.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 359
  41. Kinnikuman: Chapter 360
  42. Kinnikuman: Chapter 362
  43. 43.0 43.1 Kinnikuman: Chapter 387
  44. 44.0 44.1 Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 1
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 2
  46. 46.0 46.1 Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 3
  47. Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 10
  48. 48.0 48.1 Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 32
  49. Kinnikuman (2011): Chapter 33
  50. 50.0 50.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 85
  51. Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 86
  52. 52.0 52.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 87
  53. 53.0 53.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 88
  54. 54.0 54.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 89
  55. 55.0 55.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 90
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 91
  57. 57.0 57.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 92
  58. 58.0 58.1 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 93
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 94
  60. Kinnikuman Nisei: Part Two: Chapter 310