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ドスコーイ Dosukōi
English Localized Name(s) FUNi Doskoi
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Race Earthling
Birthplace Earth
Status Deceased
Gender Male Icon Male
Professional Status
Occupation(s) Martial artist
First Appearance
Movie Debut Movie 12
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Dosukōi (ドスコーイ, Dosukōi; FUNimation "Doskoi") was a martial artist that participated in the Tenka-Ichi Budōkai. He débuted in Dragon Ball Z: The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy. During the tournament's semi-finals, he was suddenly slain by Bido.


Dosukōi was a morbidly obese, and tall, built male who resembled a traditional sumo wrestler. He had a traditional Chonmage bun, along with lengthy sideburns and had a tan skin tone. His apparel consisted of a keshō-mawashi, a belted loincloth worn by high-ranking professional sumo wrestlers. He also had a long bandage diagonally across his back. His left forearm is wrapped in sports tape, and his right knee is wrapped as well.


Dosukōi was a physical strong fighter in his own right, as he uses a repertoire of sumo physical blows, due to tournament's rules that allowed to use these skills that tipped the match in his favors. He also used his monstrously large body-frame, taking out the other contestants to advance to the semi-final round. Dosukōi in his own regard had super-human strength capability able to lift and throw a large portion of his opponents off the ring. He also was able to defeat Kanfūn in the quarter finals.


Dragon Ball Z: The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy

Dosukōi appeared as a contestant for the Tenkaichi Budōkai. He nevertheless made his way to the semi finals along with Son Gohan, Trunks and Kuririn. While wandering through a desert arena, Dosukoi was ambushed by Bido, who emerged from the depths of the sand and strangled him to death. His death afterwards, caused everyone in the audience to be thrown into a panic and began to realize that the intergalactic fighters were murdered.


  • In both the Japanese and English versions, Dosukōi only says his own name. In the real world, it's a commonly used sumo exclamation with no real meaning.
  • According to the tournament announcer, Dosukoi currently holds the record of the throwing an opponent out of the ring the farthest.


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