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Keiji Mutoh’s demonic alter-ego, The Great Muta, made his return to Pro Wrestling NOAH at the Mitusharu Misawa memorial show on June 13th.

Having recently dropped the GHC Heavyweight Championship to Naomichi Marufuji at CyberFight Festival 2021,

it had been speculated that the veteran’s darker side had been seeking an opponent.

It would appear that the unlucky soul is that of former GHC National Champion Kenoh,

who having soundly beaten Masao Inoue with the PFS (Professional Foot Stomp), had his post-match interview cut short by the returning Muta.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

With Muta appearing behind him, the Kongoh frontman was too slow to notice the veteran’s arrival, turning into Muta’s trademark Green Mist, which sent him writhing in pain to the outside.

Muta followed this up by spitting Red Mist at the drone camera, punctuating an impressive return.

Backstage, a green-faced Kenoh angrily agreed to a match with the veteran at NOAH’s June 27th show, ‘Muta the World’.

Elsewhere on the show, many of Misawa’s former colleagues and disciples were in action, including Yoshinari Ogawa, who defeated Kaito Kiyomiya by pinfall.

Misawa’s long-time rival Kenta Kobashi was on hand to provide guest commentary, whilst New Japan’s KENTA appeared as part of a video package,

where he spoke about his relationship with the late, great founder of Pro Wrestling NOAH.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Keiji Mutoh seeking to make history in Pro Wrestling NOAH

Keiji Mutoh returns to a familiar setting this Friday.

One of wrestling’s timeless treasures over the past four decades, the famed Mutoh will be back in the center of the ring, wrestling for the world title.

“I know I am older now,” Mutoh says, speaking through a translator. “My knees and sore body bother me in daily life. However, when I am in the squared circle, I am back in my element. I feel alive.”

Mutoh is one of the most decorated champions in professional wrestling history. As the famed Great Muta,

he first won New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s prestigious IWGP heavyweight championship in 1992. Nine years later, Mutoh became All Japan Pro Wrestling’s triple crown heavyweight champion.

Now, at the age of 58, he pursues Pro Wrestling NOAH’s esteemed GHC heavyweight championship, seeking to become only the third person in wrestling history to capture all three titles.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Mutoh challenges reigning GHC heavyweight champ Go Shiozaki on Friday, headlining NOAH’s Destination 2021: Back to Budokan show.

The chance to square off against Mutoh is an incredible opportunity for Shiozaki, who is coming off a career year.

Shiozaki won the title when he defeated Kaito Kiyomiya at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall on January 4, 2020.

This is his fourth reign with NOAH’s top belt, which has been around since Mitsuharu Misawa was crowned the first champion in April 2001.

Shiozaki, a 17-year wrestling veteran, is producing his most compelling work yet in this reign as champ.

“I am honored to have this championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says, also speaking through a translator. “Mutoh is one-of-a-kind, the opponent where I can show what I know I am capable of accomplishing. This is very important for me.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“Mutoh is the only person still active among those in his generation such as the Three Musketeers (Mutoh, Masahiro Chono and Shinya Hashimoto).

and Four Pillars of Heaven from All Japan Pro Wrestling (Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue). To me,

that is amazing. I respect all of his accomplishments and the history he has made. I am honored to stand across from a legend in this match.”

The venue is Tokyo’s historic Nippon Budokan, which will serve as a picturesque backdrop for NOAH’s hard-hitting, athletic style of pro wrestling. The show will stream on Wrestle Universe, and given the magnitude of this match, it will also be broadcast live with English commentary on FITE.

Shiozaki and Mutoh met in a six-man tag at the end of January, further setting the stage for this match.

There is a lot at stake for NOAH, as this is an opportunity to highlight Shiozaki as champion, as well as honor the legacy of the iconic Mutoh.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

And there is plenty of potential for a Mutoh victory, considering that would open up the possibility of either a rematch for the title or even pitting Mutoh against 24-year-old former champion Kaito Kiyomiya.

“If I can defeat Shiozaki, I will carry NOAH on my back,” Mutoh says.

“I will be ready to take the challenge, and I would like to take a challenge from someone who will be representing Pro Wrestling NOAH into the future.”

Shiozaki made his debut on July 4, 2004, a full two decades after Mutoh had his first match in 1984.

He has wrestled all over the world, including a run over a decade ago with Ring of Honor. The 39-year-old continues to be inspired by former opponent and longtime friend Daniel Bryan,

who wrestled Shiozaki in NOAH in 2007, as well as in ROH, including their phenomenal bout in July of ’07.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“When I wrestled Bryan, he was amazing,” Shiozaki says. “When I now see Bryan while I watch WWE, he is still amazing. When I see him doing so great, that motivates me.”

Mutoh’s work still resonates in the United States, especially dating back to programs with fellow legends like Ric Flair and Sting in WCW. Mutoh noted that he pays tribute to Flair by incorporating the famed figure-four leglock into his repertoire.

“I wrestled with Ric Flair many times and he applied the figure-four leglock so many times,” Mutoh says.

“He was a great champion. In his American-style pro wrestling, he utilized this maneuver very effectively. I learned it from him, and now it is one of my signature moves.”

The outcome of this bout is not a foregone conclusion. Over the past 13 months,

Shiozaki has represented NOAH with an honor and fighting spirit befitting a champion.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

He now has the opportunity to place an even brighter spotlight on the promotion in this high-profile match.

“This could be the last chance to do a championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says.

“At the end, this will be one way or the other—win or lose—and no matter how it goes,

I am proud that our championship match will leave another mark on GHC history.

I am proud to be champion, I am honored to have this match, and I will show to the world that I am NOAH.”

Keeping up with the younger Shiozaki will be no easy task for Mutoh, who had a double knee replacement in March 2018.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Despite wrestling a far different style than he did as a younger performer,

Mutoh shared that he has no regrets that he chose pro wrestling over following his father’s occupation as a gardener.

“I am getting older, but I still can’t think of my life being away from pro wrestling,” Mutoh says. “For me, pro wrestling is my life. My daily routine still revolves around pro wrestling.”

Older stars returning to the ring is not a new phenomenon in pro wrestling, but Mutoh plans to make this match unique.

More than just a comeback, he wants to seize the moment and reignite people’s joy of pro wrestling—and accomplish that in his own distinct manner.

“Shiozaki is a great opponent,” Mutoh says. “He has power, speed and stamina. I see Misawa’s mind and Kobashi’s style in Shiozaki, and he is a distinguished champion, but I have a lot to prove here.

“Wrestlers in my generation, such as [Manabu] Nakanishi and [Jushin] Liger, made their retirement last year,

so it looks like the mandatory retirement is around 50 years old.

I say the hell with that. I hope to be the one to inspire and give energy to the world that is feeling down right now, and I will do my best and beat the champion.”

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Keiji Mutoh’s demonic alter-ego, The Great Muta, made his return to Pro Wrestling NOAH at the Mitusharu Misawa memorial show on June 13th.

Having recently dropped the GHC Heavyweight Championship to Naomichi Marufuji at CyberFight Festival 2021,

it had been speculated that the veteran’s darker side had been seeking an opponent.

It would appear that the unlucky soul is that of former GHC National Champion Kenoh,

who having soundly beaten Masao Inoue with the PFS (Professional Foot Stomp), had his post-match interview cut short by the returning Muta.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

With Muta appearing behind him, the Kongoh frontman was too slow to notice the veteran’s arrival, turning into Muta’s trademark Green Mist, which sent him writhing in pain to the outside.

Muta followed this up by spitting Red Mist at the drone camera, punctuating an impressive return.

Backstage, a green-faced Kenoh angrily agreed to a match with the veteran at NOAH’s June 27th show, ‘Muta the World’.

Elsewhere on the show, many of Misawa’s former colleagues and disciples were in action, including Yoshinari Ogawa, who defeated Kaito Kiyomiya by pinfall.

Misawa’s long-time rival Kenta Kobashi was on hand to provide guest commentary, whilst New Japan’s KENTA appeared as part of a video package,

where he spoke about his relationship with the late, great founder of Pro Wrestling NOAH.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Keiji Mutoh seeking to make history in Pro Wrestling NOAH

Keiji Mutoh returns to a familiar setting this Friday.

One of wrestling’s timeless treasures over the past four decades, the famed Mutoh will be back in the center of the ring, wrestling for the world title.

“I know I am older now,” Mutoh says, speaking through a translator. “My knees and sore body bother me in daily life. However, when I am in the squared circle, I am back in my element. I feel alive.”

Mutoh is one of the most decorated champions in professional wrestling history. As the famed Great Muta,

he first won New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s prestigious IWGP heavyweight championship in 1992. Nine years later, Mutoh became All Japan Pro Wrestling’s triple crown heavyweight champion.

Now, at the age of 58, he pursues Pro Wrestling NOAH’s esteemed GHC heavyweight championship, seeking to become only the third person in wrestling history to capture all three titles.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Mutoh challenges reigning GHC heavyweight champ Go Shiozaki on Friday, headlining NOAH’s Destination 2021: Back to Budokan show.

The chance to square off against Mutoh is an incredible opportunity for Shiozaki, who is coming off a career year.

Shiozaki won the title when he defeated Kaito Kiyomiya at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall on January 4, 2020.

This is his fourth reign with NOAH’s top belt, which has been around since Mitsuharu Misawa was crowned the first champion in April 2001.

Shiozaki, a 17-year wrestling veteran, is producing his most compelling work yet in this reign as champ.

“I am honored to have this championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says, also speaking through a translator. “Mutoh is one-of-a-kind, the opponent where I can show what I know I am capable of accomplishing. This is very important for me.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“Mutoh is the only person still active among those in his generation such as the Three Musketeers (Mutoh, Masahiro Chono and Shinya Hashimoto).

and Four Pillars of Heaven from All Japan Pro Wrestling (Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue). To me,

that is amazing. I respect all of his accomplishments and the history he has made. I am honored to stand across from a legend in this match.”

The venue is Tokyo’s historic Nippon Budokan, which will serve as a picturesque backdrop for NOAH’s hard-hitting, athletic style of pro wrestling. The show will stream on Wrestle Universe, and given the magnitude of this match, it will also be broadcast live with English commentary on FITE.

Shiozaki and Mutoh met in a six-man tag at the end of January, further setting the stage for this match.

There is a lot at stake for NOAH, as this is an opportunity to highlight Shiozaki as champion, as well as honor the legacy of the iconic Mutoh.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

And there is plenty of potential for a Mutoh victory, considering that would open up the possibility of either a rematch for the title or even pitting Mutoh against 24-year-old former champion Kaito Kiyomiya.

“If I can defeat Shiozaki, I will carry NOAH on my back,” Mutoh says.

“I will be ready to take the challenge, and I would like to take a challenge from someone who will be representing Pro Wrestling NOAH into the future.”

Shiozaki made his debut on July 4, 2004, a full two decades after Mutoh had his first match in 1984.

He has wrestled all over the world, including a run over a decade ago with Ring of Honor. The 39-year-old continues to be inspired by former opponent and longtime friend Daniel Bryan,

who wrestled Shiozaki in NOAH in 2007, as well as in ROH, including their phenomenal bout in July of ’07.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“When I wrestled Bryan, he was amazing,” Shiozaki says. “When I now see Bryan while I watch WWE, he is still amazing. When I see him doing so great, that motivates me.”

Mutoh’s work still resonates in the United States, especially dating back to programs with fellow legends like Ric Flair and Sting in WCW. Mutoh noted that he pays tribute to Flair by incorporating the famed figure-four leglock into his repertoire.

“I wrestled with Ric Flair many times and he applied the figure-four leglock so many times,” Mutoh says.

“He was a great champion. In his American-style pro wrestling, he utilized this maneuver very effectively. I learned it from him, and now it is one of my signature moves.”

The outcome of this bout is not a foregone conclusion. Over the past 13 months,

Shiozaki has represented NOAH with an honor and fighting spirit befitting a champion.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

He now has the opportunity to place an even brighter spotlight on the promotion in this high-profile match.

“This could be the last chance to do a championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says.

“At the end, this will be one way or the other—win or lose—and no matter how it goes,

I am proud that our championship match will leave another mark on GHC history.

I am proud to be champion, I am honored to have this match, and I will show to the world that I am NOAH.”

Keeping up with the younger Shiozaki will be no easy task for Mutoh, who had a double knee replacement in March 2018.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Despite wrestling a far different style than he did as a younger performer,

Mutoh shared that he has no regrets that he chose pro wrestling over following his father’s occupation as a gardener.

“I am getting older, but I still can’t think of my life being away from pro wrestling,” Mutoh says. “For me, pro wrestling is my life. My daily routine still revolves around pro wrestling.”

Older stars returning to the ring is not a new phenomenon in pro wrestling, but Mutoh plans to make this match unique.

More than just a comeback, he wants to seize the moment and reignite people’s joy of pro wrestling—and accomplish that in his own distinct manner.

“Shiozaki is a great opponent,” Mutoh says. “He has power, speed and stamina. I see Misawa’s mind and Kobashi’s style in Shiozaki, and he is a distinguished champion, but I have a lot to prove here.

“Wrestlers in my generation, such as [Manabu] Nakanishi and [Jushin] Liger, made their retirement last year,

so it looks like the mandatory retirement is around 50 years old.

I say the hell with that. I hope to be the one to inspire and give energy to the world that is feeling down right now, and I will do my best and beat the champion.”

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Keiji Mutoh’s demonic alter-ego, The Great Muta, made his return to Pro Wrestling NOAH at the Mitusharu Misawa memorial show on June 13th.

Having recently dropped the GHC Heavyweight Championship to Naomichi Marufuji at CyberFight Festival 2021,

it had been speculated that the veteran’s darker side had been seeking an opponent.

It would appear that the unlucky soul is that of former GHC National Champion Kenoh,

who having soundly beaten Masao Inoue with the PFS (Professional Foot Stomp), had his post-match interview cut short by the returning Muta.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

With Muta appearing behind him, the Kongoh frontman was too slow to notice the veteran’s arrival, turning into Muta’s trademark Green Mist, which sent him writhing in pain to the outside.

Muta followed this up by spitting Red Mist at the drone camera, punctuating an impressive return.

Backstage, a green-faced Kenoh angrily agreed to a match with the veteran at NOAH’s June 27th show, ‘Muta the World’.

Elsewhere on the show, many of Misawa’s former colleagues and disciples were in action, including Yoshinari Ogawa, who defeated Kaito Kiyomiya by pinfall.

Misawa’s long-time rival Kenta Kobashi was on hand to provide guest commentary, whilst New Japan’s KENTA appeared as part of a video package,

where he spoke about his relationship with the late, great founder of Pro Wrestling NOAH.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Keiji Mutoh seeking to make history in Pro Wrestling NOAH

Keiji Mutoh returns to a familiar setting this Friday.

One of wrestling’s timeless treasures over the past four decades, the famed Mutoh will be back in the center of the ring, wrestling for the world title.

“I know I am older now,” Mutoh says, speaking through a translator. “My knees and sore body bother me in daily life. However, when I am in the squared circle, I am back in my element. I feel alive.”

Mutoh is one of the most decorated champions in professional wrestling history. As the famed Great Muta,

he first won New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s prestigious IWGP heavyweight championship in 1992. Nine years later, Mutoh became All Japan Pro Wrestling’s triple crown heavyweight champion.

Now, at the age of 58, he pursues Pro Wrestling NOAH’s esteemed GHC heavyweight championship, seeking to become only the third person in wrestling history to capture all three titles.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Mutoh challenges reigning GHC heavyweight champ Go Shiozaki on Friday, headlining NOAH’s Destination 2021: Back to Budokan show.

The chance to square off against Mutoh is an incredible opportunity for Shiozaki, who is coming off a career year.

Shiozaki won the title when he defeated Kaito Kiyomiya at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall on January 4, 2020.

This is his fourth reign with NOAH’s top belt, which has been around since Mitsuharu Misawa was crowned the first champion in April 2001.

Shiozaki, a 17-year wrestling veteran, is producing his most compelling work yet in this reign as champ.

“I am honored to have this championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says, also speaking through a translator. “Mutoh is one-of-a-kind, the opponent where I can show what I know I am capable of accomplishing. This is very important for me.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“Mutoh is the only person still active among those in his generation such as the Three Musketeers (Mutoh, Masahiro Chono and Shinya Hashimoto).

and Four Pillars of Heaven from All Japan Pro Wrestling (Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue). To me,

that is amazing. I respect all of his accomplishments and the history he has made. I am honored to stand across from a legend in this match.”

The venue is Tokyo’s historic Nippon Budokan, which will serve as a picturesque backdrop for NOAH’s hard-hitting, athletic style of pro wrestling. The show will stream on Wrestle Universe, and given the magnitude of this match, it will also be broadcast live with English commentary on FITE.

Shiozaki and Mutoh met in a six-man tag at the end of January, further setting the stage for this match.

There is a lot at stake for NOAH, as this is an opportunity to highlight Shiozaki as champion, as well as honor the legacy of the iconic Mutoh.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

And there is plenty of potential for a Mutoh victory, considering that would open up the possibility of either a rematch for the title or even pitting Mutoh against 24-year-old former champion Kaito Kiyomiya.

“If I can defeat Shiozaki, I will carry NOAH on my back,” Mutoh says.

“I will be ready to take the challenge, and I would like to take a challenge from someone who will be representing Pro Wrestling NOAH into the future.”

Shiozaki made his debut on July 4, 2004, a full two decades after Mutoh had his first match in 1984.

He has wrestled all over the world, including a run over a decade ago with Ring of Honor. The 39-year-old continues to be inspired by former opponent and longtime friend Daniel Bryan,

who wrestled Shiozaki in NOAH in 2007, as well as in ROH, including their phenomenal bout in July of ’07.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

“When I wrestled Bryan, he was amazing,” Shiozaki says. “When I now see Bryan while I watch WWE, he is still amazing. When I see him doing so great, that motivates me.”

Mutoh’s work still resonates in the United States, especially dating back to programs with fellow legends like Ric Flair and Sting in WCW. Mutoh noted that he pays tribute to Flair by incorporating the famed figure-four leglock into his repertoire.

“I wrestled with Ric Flair many times and he applied the figure-four leglock so many times,” Mutoh says.

“He was a great champion. In his American-style pro wrestling, he utilized this maneuver very effectively. I learned it from him, and now it is one of my signature moves.”

The outcome of this bout is not a foregone conclusion. Over the past 13 months,

Shiozaki has represented NOAH with an honor and fighting spirit befitting a champion.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

He now has the opportunity to place an even brighter spotlight on the promotion in this high-profile match.

“This could be the last chance to do a championship match with Mutoh,” Shiozaki says.

“At the end, this will be one way or the other—win or lose—and no matter how it goes,

I am proud that our championship match will leave another mark on GHC history.

I am proud to be champion, I am honored to have this match, and I will show to the world that I am NOAH.”

Keeping up with the younger Shiozaki will be no easy task for Mutoh, who had a double knee replacement in March 2018.

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

Despite wrestling a far different style than he did as a younger performer,

Mutoh shared that he has no regrets that he chose pro wrestling over following his father’s occupation as a gardener.

“I am getting older, but I still can’t think of my life being away from pro wrestling,” Mutoh says. “For me, pro wrestling is my life. My daily routine still revolves around pro wrestling.”

Older stars returning to the ring is not a new phenomenon in pro wrestling, but Mutoh plans to make this match unique.

More than just a comeback, he wants to seize the moment and reignite people’s joy of pro wrestling—and accomplish that in his own distinct manner.

“Shiozaki is a great opponent,” Mutoh says. “He has power, speed and stamina. I see Misawa’s mind and Kobashi’s style in Shiozaki, and he is a distinguished champion, but I have a lot to prove here.

“Wrestlers in my generation, such as [Manabu] Nakanishi and [Jushin] Liger, made their retirement last year,

so it looks like the mandatory retirement is around 50 years old.

I say the hell with that. I hope to be the one to inspire and give energy to the world that is feeling down right now, and I will do my best and beat the champion.”

Pro-Wrestling NOAH Muta the World 

 

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