"Oh, Goz has done it again. Man, that big lug just can't resist finishing 'em off right away every time. Darn. I never get to have any fun!"
Dragon Ball Z
Main article: Vegeta Saga
King Yemma is his boss and also the only ogre who is faster than Mez. His skin is red, he has dark hair and two horns, making him looking closer to King Yemma than other oni. He challenges Goku to a running competition and is doing quite well in it, but then Goku tricks him and wins (also managing to steal one of Ensenji, King Yemma's Fruits). After his loss, Mez shows a way back to Snake Way (to King Yemma's table, to be more precise).
Majin Buu Saga
Goz and Mez later reappear in "Warriors of the Dead" where they are shown to be in hiding from Cell and his fellow villain rioters. It was also implied in this scene that they would have told Cell and his rioters how to escape from Hell had they caught them in order to save their own lives, as they mentioned that they would tell them where the secret lair was when they thought Goku and Pikkon were Cell and his rebels. However, they were relieved it was Goku who they recognized from their former encounter and told him where the villains were located.
They reappear watching the fight between Kid Buu and Goku (and were also impressed by Kid Buu's putting up a fight) in "Vegeta's Respect". Goz recognized Goku in his Super Saiyan 3 form and pointed him out to Mez who realized why he lost to the Saiyan years ago.
Dragon Ball GT
Super 17 Saga
- Video Games
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan
- Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
- Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu
- Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans
- Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle
In Dokkan Battle, Goz and Mez appears as non-playable boss characters.
- Japanese: Kōji Totani (DBZ ep. 13), Hirotaka Suzuoki (DBZ ep. 95), Masaharu Satō (DBZ ep. 195), Daisuke Gōri (DBZ ep. 280)
- Ocean Group dubs: Doug Parker (Saiyan arc), Scott McNeil (Buu arc)
- Funimation dub: Christopher Sabat (DBZ ep. 13, 95), Mike McFarland (most appearances)
- Latin American Spanish dub: Gerardo Reyero
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Aníbal Munhoz and Cassius Romero
- Mez slightly resembles "Hero", the human who Kami borrowed the body of in order to participate in the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament.