Makoto (Born in 1989)

is a Japanese professional wrestler. Trained by Emi Sakura, Makoto made her debut for her Ice Ribbon promotion in July 2006. During the next five years, Makoto went on to win Ice Ribbon's top title, the ICE×60 Championship, once and the International Ribbon Tag Team Championship twice, before transferring over to the Smash promotion in August 2011. She remained with Smash until March 2012, when the promotion folded. The following month, Makoto was announced as part of the roster of the new Wrestling New Classic (WNC) promotion. In March 2013, Makoto became the second WNC Women's Champion. In January 2014, Makoto made Reina Joshi Puroresu her second home promotion in addition to WNC. Reina became her primary home promotion after WNC shut down in June 2014. She is a former one-time Reina World Women's Champion and a two-time Reina World Tag Team Champion. On February 21, 2016, Makoto and Hanako Nakamori, billed together as Makafushigi, defeated Kazuki and Rydeen Hagane in the finals to win the 2016 JWP Tag Tournament.[208] As a result, Makoto and Nakamori received a shot at the JWP and Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championships, but were defeated by the defending champions, Arisa Nakajima and Tsukasa Fujimoto, on March 9. On March 25, Makoto defeated Fujimoto to win the Reina World Women's Championship for the first time. With Maki Narumiya retiring and Syuri leaving the promotion the same day, Makoto was dubbed the new "ace" of Reina.On April 9, Makoto took part in a World of Unpredictable Wrestling (WUW) event in New York City, defeating Jenny Rose to win the vacant WUW Women's Championship. On November 19, Makoto defeated Riho at a Gatoh Move event to win the IWA Triple Crown Championship. On July 1, 2017, Makoto relinquished her three championships, announcing that she was going on an extended hiatus to undergo treatment for a neck injury she had suffered in 2016.Makoto later stated that she had a choice to make between undergoing surgery or being sidelined for two years. On October 25, Makoto made a one-night return to take part in Konatsu's debut match. Other media Makoto made her film debut in 2009, appearing in Three Count (スリーカウント Surī Kaunto) and Heisei Tonpachi Yarou (平成トンパチ野郎~男はツラだよ~),[4] both of which also featured other Ice Ribbon wrestlers. In 2011, Makoto played a small role in the Muscle Girl! (マッスルガール! Massurugāru!) television drama. Makoto has also released seven gravure DVDs, titled Miracle Hunter (ミラクルハンター Mirakuru Hantā, 2009),Oriental Doll (オリエンタルドール Orientaru Dōru, 2012), Oriental Doll II (オリエンタルドールII Orientaru Dōru II, 2013),Coscchai Mashita...!! (コスッちゃいましたMako Masshigura (マコまっしぐら,Favorite Hold (フェイバリットホールド Feibaritto Hōrudo, 2017), and Venus (2017 See online movies from Makoto below.

Makoto Movies