Keiji Muto competed in his last-ever match as The Nice Muta at The Nice Muta Remaining “Bye-Bye” on January 22nd. In a tag crew match, he was joined by his previous foe-turned-friend Sting and Darby Allin. It appears The Nice Muta received the ultimate match of his profession.
The Nice Muta partnered up with Sting and Darby Allin in Professional Wrestling NOAH on Sunday morning. The Nice Muta’s crew squared off towards AKIRA, Hakushi & Naomichi Marufuji.
Sting hit a scorpion demise drop, Allin hit a coffin drop, and Muta completed up the match with one other shining wizard to Hakushi. Following the conclusion of the match, Muta attacked Hakushi’s ringside monk after which stabbed Hakushi with the grave marker earlier than signing his title in blood.
The Nice Muta is the notorious alter ego of Keiji Muto. As for Muto himself, he may have his personal retirement match on February 21 towards Tetsuya Naito.
Muta first appeared because the character Muta in 1989 for the Nationwide Wrestling Alliance (NWA). He then introduced the character to Japan and had notable matches with a number of outstanding wrestlers, together with Ric Aptitude. Muto wrestled with Shinsuke Nakamura from WWE earlier this month as properly. Followers had been glad to see Muta’s last match and that’s all that issues.
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