As some of you may already know by now, WWE wants to induct a legend from Japan into their hall of fame at Wrestlemania next month. Names like Tatsumi Fujinami and Genichiro Tenryu have been discussed internally, and both are great candidates. One candidate who has been discussed and immediately dismissed is the Great Muta. The company respects his line of work, but they will not induct him while he is working with TNA.
March 1, 2015
Since the two of them have worked together many times in the past and are on good terms with one another, there are rumors floating around that the Great Muta and Jeff Jarrett will work out a deal to former a partnership between GFW and Wrestle-1. However, word going around is that the deal is unlikely to even be discussed, as Muta does not want to jeopardize his relationship with TNA. Jarrett also has a working agreement with New Japan.
February 27, 2015
During his latest business trip to the United States, the Great Muta did more than work a match on Impact Wrestling. He also did some scouting as well. The legend from Japan paid a visit to the wrestling school owned by Dory Funk Jr in Florida. Muta was looking for talented performers that might be interested in heading overseas and working for his Wrestle 1 promotion. Funk is a legendary figure in that country, so his students are valuable.
February 22, 2015
Wrestling fans in the United States have not heard about the Great Muta for several months now, but that is about to change. He is heading back to America to work a pay per view match for TNA this week. On Monday evening, the company will be taping the Gutcheck pay per view, and the legendary performer is scheduled to be there. No word yet on who his opponent will be or what his involvement will consists of.
February 12, 2015