Dragon Ball Character Goku To Be The Mascot Of Olympics 2020

Son Goku
Son Goku

This is for all the Dragon Ball fans out there as the committee of Olympics has decided that the fictional character, Goku, who is the main protagonist in the show will be the mascot for the Olympics 2020. Olympics 2020 is scheduled to take place in the city of Tokyo in Japan. Therefore they have decided the famous Japanese cartoon figure to be the mascot for the games event.

goku in his trademark attire
goku in his trademark attire

Son Goku is speculated to be one of the most badass fictional figures of all time and this time he has beaten up many Pokemon characters including Pikachu to take the spot for the mascot. Goku will be featured on all the official goodies, merchandise for the Olympics 2020 which earlier had faces including Mario, Naruto and Sailor Moon. All the Dragon Ball fans are excited about the latest announcement by the Olympics Association.

tokyo gearing up to host olympics 2020
tokyo gearing up to host olympics 2020

Goku is trained in martial arts and possesses superhuman strength. He was created by Akira Toriyama who created the series Dragon Ball. Goku is the most loved character from the tv show as he was the key figure for the show and people also love him for his kickass outfit and hairstyle. The fight videos of Goku are one of the most loved and viewed videos on YouTube. Goku appeared in most of the Dragon Ball episodes in TV show, movies, etc. including Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super. Goku was the only character who turned into Super Saiyan God mode after so many years in the world of Dragon Ball.

goku in super saiyan god mode
goku in super saiyan god mode

2020 Summer Olympics Tokyo is set to kick-off on the 24 July 2020. People of Tokyo said that they understand the standard maintained by all the previous venues for the Olympics so they are gearing up and will focus on providing the best services to the visitors including spectators and players from around the world.

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