The Great Muta talks about his retirement, how he would sum up his career

The Great Muta talks about his retirement, how he would sum up his career

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Keiji Muto, aka The Great Muta, spoke with pugnacious for another interview as he continues his retirement tour that ends in February. Here are the highlights:

What it means to get fans excited to see his retirement tour:

“After making the decision to announce my retirement, I feel like both my mind and body have become lighter. I’m sure NOAH, with his current momentum, will be the best for my last game and the path to that stage. I’m determined and ready to run through that railing with all my strength to the end. I hope to share the moment of my last game with as many fans as possible.”

His success as Keiji Muto and as The Great Muta:

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“The Moonsault Press has helped me make a name for myself in Japan. I started using this step when I was younger, and I think it was the most important element to my success. The Great Muta made a name for itself in the United States. But Keiji Muto and The Great Muta are like two sides of the same coin. Muto becomes jealous when Muta is successful, and vice versa when Muto is successful. I think the rivalry between them made it all right in the end.”

How he would sum up his career:

“I’ve fought more wrestlers in the main event than any other wrestler in the world. Inoki-san, (Hulk) Hogan, Fujinami-san, (Ric) Flair, Choshu-san, Sting, Tenryu-san, Maeda san This world is so big but you can’t find anyone but me who has fought with such great wrestlers I look forward to sharing the moment, the legacy I have with everyone for the rest of my last road There is not much time left, but I hope everyone can enjoy Keiji Muto.”

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