– In an interview with Tru Heel Heart Wrestling (via Wrestling Inc), Eddie Edwards spoke about wrestling legend The Great Muta ending his career early next year.
“It’s historic. Let’s take a look at Muta’s career, how long it spanned, everything he’s accomplished, everything he’s done from his time in WCW to New Japan to All Japan to Noah. I have nothing but admiration for everything he’s done at his age, how long he’s done it gives me hope because he’s been able to do it at such a high level for so long. That’s what I want to do and now he can go out on his own terms and play the games he wants and sail into the sunset. is what I want to do.”
On January 1st, Shinsuke Nakamura and Omuta will face off at Pro Wrestling Noah at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo. On January 22nd, Keiji Mutoh will wrestle his final match as The Great Muta, teaming up with AEW’s Sting and Darby Allin at Yokohama Arena. Work on the last game.