Long ago, two gods, Goldman and Silverman (gods of war and peace) were asked who was stronger, and in the resulting conflict everything of their bodies were destroyed but their heads, which became the Gold and Silver Masks, sacred relics of the Kinniku Tribe. Goldman made a bargain with Satan for a body with which he would kill heroic choujin. (more to come)
As Akuma Shogun, he became leader of the Devil Knights (Ashuraman, Sunshine, The Ninja, Junkman, Planetman, Sneagator, and a revived Buffaloman).
Later on, in Kinnikuman Nisei, Ashuraman attempted to revive "General Fear" (恐怖の将, Kyōfu no Shō?)-- namely Akuma Shōgun. However, before he is about to be fully revived, Ashuraman has a change of heart as a result of his match with Mantaro, and destroys Akuma Shogun. There is some debate as to if Akuma Shōgun and Kyōfu no Shō are exactly the same entity or not. They look identical, but Kyōfu no Shō likely is not Goldman and is likely an incarnation of Satan.
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