• Finishing moves
    • Goto Shiki (Cross-legged cradle)[1][20][21][129] – 2010–present, used rarely
    • Goto Ni Shiki (Modified arm wrench inside cradle)[130] – 2016
    • GTR/Goto Revolution (Spinning headlock lariat into a backbreaker)[131][132] – 2016–present
    • Jigoku Kuruma[133] / Go to Heaven[134] (Wrist-clutch Olympic slam) – 2003–2006
    • Kaiten (Leg trap sunset flip superbomb)[2] – 2003–2006, used rarely thereafter
    • Shouten (Vertical suplex side slam)[1][2] – 2006–2007
    • Shouten Kai (Vertical suplex sitout side slam)[1][2] – 2007–2016, used rarely thereafter
    • Shoryu Kekkai (Modified seated armbar)[1][2][133]
  • Signature moves
    • Belly-to-back suplex[134]
    • Brainbuster[2]
    • Diving elbow drop, sometimes to the back of an opponent's head[2]
    • German suplex[2]
    • Headbutt[135][136]
    • Headshot (Arm-trap hair pull backbreaker)[136][137][138]
    • Lariat[139]
    • Multiple kick variations:
      • Muramasa (Spinning heel to a cornered opponent,usually followed by a running bulldog[140][141] or a saito suplex[142])[1]
      • PK – Penalty Kick (Soccer to the chest of a seated opponent,usually preceded by a sleeper hold)[143][144][145]– 2016–present; adopted from Katsuyori Shibata
      • Shoot to the chest of a kneeling or oncoming opponent[136][146][147][148]
    • Reverse Ushigoroshi (Inverted front powerslam dropped into a facebreaker knee smash)[149][150]
    • Rope-hung neckbreaker[2]
    • Sleeper hold[136][147][148]
    • Tokko Lariat (Discus lariat)[1][2]
    • Ura GTR (Spinning facelock lariat into a facebreaker)[151][152] – 2017–present
    • Ura Shouten (Overhead gutwrench backbreaker rack or an inverted front powerslam lifted and spun out into a reverse swinging side slam facebuster)[1] – Innovated
    • Ushigoroshi (Fireman's carry neckbreaker,sometimes from the top rope[153])[1]
    • Victory roll floated over into a cross armbar[154]
  • With Katsuyori Shibata
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • Gattai Reverse Ushigoroshi (Inverted front powerslam by Goto into a facebreaker knee smash by Shibata)[73][74]
  • With Yoshi-Hashi
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • GYR (Aided spinning facelock lariat into a facebreaker)[155][156][157]
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