According to the official Twitter account of Pro Wrestling Noah, Shinsuke Nakamura of WWE will be returning to Japan to compete against the mist-spitting veteran, who revealed his intentions in a fiery promo, on The Great Muta’s farewell tour.

“Is this real or just a dream? asked Nakamura. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. The Great Muta will actually take place at Nippon Budokan on January 1st, 2023. I don’t have to say anything else; this is a miracle, yes!

Shinsuke Nakamura

Holy crap, he really freakin’ did it: Paul “Triple H” Levesque has opened the Forbidden Door like his dad owned the Jacksonville Jaguars, and “The King of Strong Style” is returning to Budokan to face The Great Muta in what should be a fitting rubber match to the series they started in 2008 as part of New Japan Pro Wrestling and is currently tied at 2-0 in Keiji Muto’s favor.

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At NJPWCircuit 2008 New Japan Brave, Muta defeated Nakamura to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. Six months later, at NJPWDestruction, he was able to keep the championship after making his final successful title defense before losing it to Hiroshi Tanahashi at Wrestle Kingdom III.

Will Muta be able to defeat Nakamura in his unexpected comeback to professional wrestling while still under the WWE contract? Or will Muta take the loss and give “The King of Strong Style’s” résumé something truly exceptional? It will undoubtedly be a must-watch event anyway.


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