Meet The Great Muta after a surprise AEW Grand Slam debut

After being apparently thrown off the stage with a pair of Julia Hart handcuffs, Sting had to sit in shock when the team consisting comprising King and Matthews team up with Allin on the stage’s entrance. Although Allin tried to stand up to two of the toughest guys AEW can provide, in the end, the assault became overwhelming and, in a desperate move The former TNT Champion took him as well as King from the arena onto tables with the hoping to stop the onslaught.With his opponent in bleeding on the floor of Arthur Ashe, Matthews and Hart turned their focus towards Sting who screamed in a maniacal manner, with his hands in his back. They tried to complete the task, with Matthews standing his opponent on a stool on the floor in front of him but before they could do that the lights went out and the crowd was raucous.

Did this mark the return of MalakaiBlack who hasn’t appeared on AEW Since All Out?

Actually, it was It was the Great Muta who is of WCW fame who came out of the back wearing an interesting attire and shaved off his cloak, revealing the blue mask they have come to recognize and then walked into the Ring for a flurry of action the most efficient way. Matthews got out of the way so that Muta could stand into the face of his former WCW adversary however instead of tackling his long-time adversary – with whom has wrestled 22 times according to Cagematch’s report in The NWA World Television Championship in WCW The man that wrestles under the name of Keiji Muto is from Japan rather took towards The ex-Monday Night Disciple, and hit the man with a devastating Dragon Screw before launching on the Green Mist to make Sting ready for his Scorpion Death Drop.

The two embraced and as Muta is preparing for his final trip away from professional wrestling those who follow AEW and beyond are left to think about whether there is a match between these two legends will be happening in the near future.

Grand Muta is taking advantage of his final tour, which includes an appearance in AEW.

Talking to Scott Edwards of Fightful in what could be his last English interview prior to the final match in his retirement on January 22nd. the Great Muta was asked what made him decide to embark on a retirement tour known as “Pro Wrestling Love Forever”” before putting away his shoes for good.

“After I made the decision to retire I have noticed that my body and my mind are now more relaxed,” Muta responded. “I believe that NOAH with its current momentum, will be most suitable venue for my final event and the way to get there. It is my intention to be determined, and prepared to tackle the track with all my power until the finish. I’d like to be able to share the joy of my final game with as many people as I can.”

Muta splits all of his free time split between America and his home country of Japan throughout his professional wrestling career of 38 years, Muta has wrestled in more than 3,000 matches in promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan Pro Wrestling, WCW, TNA, Impact, Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling NOAH, and even appeared in AEW in which he was as an extra judge in the main event match of the inaugural edition of Full Gear when Chris Jericho wrestled Cody Rhodes for the AEW World Championship.

Muta created Muta was the first to create Muta Lock, a move that is used by a lot of the top female wrestlers today. She introduced the Green Mist to America that has been employed in different shades by stars like Asuka and the Malakai Black and even invented one of the most popular movements in pro wrestling: called the Shining Wizard, which has been utilized for a while by Adam Cole.

But ultimately the only thing Muta would like to define as his career is the fights that he played against the top players of the best.

“I have wrestled with many wrestlers in this main match than wrestler anywhere around the globe,” Muta told Edwards. “Inoki-san, (Hulk) Hogan, Fujinami-san, (Ric) Flair, Choshu-san, Sting, Tenryu-san, Maeda san. The world is huge and yet you won’t meet anyone other than me who’s wrestled with these incredible wrestlers. I’m looking forward to sharing this moment and the legacy I’ve left with all of you for the duration of my road. There’s little time left and I’m hoping everyone will enjoy Keiji Muto.”

Oh snap! Is one of the final matches of Muto scheduled to be against Sting? Are AEW poised for an amazing match that will make old-school WCW fans smile? Or is Sting be headed East and back japan for his first fight in the organization since 1996? Whatever the case, it’s obvious Sting is a grizzled veteran who could have some more tricks up his sleeve as he moves forward.

For more information about Edwards interview with Muto look up the entire article here.

As Darby Allin’s and Sting’s fight with Malakai Black’s newly-defunct House of Black duo of Brody King and Buddy Matthews was over it wasn’t looking promising for Tony Schiavone’s top male wrestler.

After being apparently thrown off the stage with a pair of Julia Hart handcuffs, Sting had to sit in shock when the team consisting comprising King and Matthews team up with Allin on the stage’s entrance.¬†Although Allin tried to stand up to two of the toughest guys AEW can provide, in the end, the assault became overwhelming and, in a desperate move The former TNT Champion took him as well as King from the arena onto tables with the hoping to stop the onslaught.

With his opponent in bleeding on the floor of Arthur Ashe, Matthews and Hart turned their focus towards Sting who screamed in a maniacal manner, with his hands in his back. They tried to complete the task, with Matthews standing his opponent on a stool on the floor in front of him but before they could do that the lights went out and the crowd was raucous.

Did this mark the return of MalakaiBlack who hasn’t appeared on AEW Since All Out?

Actually, it was It was the Great Muta who is of WCW fame who came out of the back wearing an interesting attire and shaved off his cloak, revealing the blue mask they have come to recognize and then walked into the Ring for a flurry of action the most efficient way.

Matthews got out of the way so that Muta could stand into the face of his former WCW adversary however instead of tackling his long-time adversary – with whom has wrestled 22 times according to Cagematch’s report in The NWA World Television Championship in WCW The man that wrestles under the name of Keiji Muto is from Japan rather took towards The ex-Monday Night Disciple, and hit the man with a devastating Dragon Screw before launching on the Green Mist to make Sting ready for his Scorpion Death Drop.

The two embraced and as Muta is preparing for his final trip away from professional wrestling those who follow AEW and beyond are left to think about whether there is a match between these two legends will be happening in the near future.

Grand Muta is taking advantage of his final tour, which includes an appearance in AEW.

Talking to Scott Edwards of Fightful in what could be his last English interview prior to the final match in his retirement on January 22nd. the Great Muta was asked what made him decide to embark on a retirement tour known as “Pro Wrestling Love Forever”” before putting away his shoes for good.

“After I made the decision to retire I have noticed that my body and my mind are now more relaxed,” Muta responded. “I believe that NOAH with its current momentum, will be most suitable venue for my final event and the way to get there. It is my intention to be determined, and prepared to tackle the track with all my power until the finish. I’d like to be able to share the joy of my final game with as many people as I can.”

Muta splits all of his free time split between America and his home country of Japan throughout his professional wrestling career of 38 years, Muta has wrestled in more than 3,000 matches in promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan Pro Wrestling, WCW, TNA, Impact, Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling NOAH, and even appeared in AEW in which he was as an extra judge in the main event match of the inaugural edition of Full Gear when Chris Jericho wrestled Cody Rhodes for the AEW World Championship.

Muta created Muta was the first to create Muta Lock, a move that is used by a lot of the top female wrestlers today. She introduced the Green Mist to America that has been employed in different shades by stars like Asuka and the Malakai Black and even invented one of the most popular movements in pro wrestling: called the Shining Wizard, which has been utilized for a while by Adam Cole.

But ultimately the only thing Muta would like to define as his career is the fights that he played against the top players of the best.

“I have wrestled with many wrestlers in this main match than wrestler anywhere around the globe,” Muta told Edwards. “Inoki-san, (Hulk) Hogan, Fujinami-san, (Ric) Flair, Choshu-san, Sting, Tenryu-san, Maeda san. The world is huge and yet you won’t meet anyone other than me who’s wrestled with these incredible wrestlers. I’m looking forward to sharing this moment and the legacy I’ve left with all of you for the duration of my road. There’s little time left and I’m hoping everyone will enjoy Keiji Muto.”

Oh snap! Is one of the final matches of Muto scheduled to be against Sting? Are AEW poised for an amazing match that will make old-school WCW fans smile? Or is Sting be headed East and back japan for his first fight in the organization since 1996? Whatever the case, it’s obvious Sting is a grizzled veteran who could have some more tricks up his sleeve as he moves forward.

For more information about Edwards interview with Muto look up the entire article here.

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