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Result Of The Great Muta vs. Shinsuke Nakamura Match (Video)

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• Result Of The Great Muta vs. Shinsuke Nakamura Match (Video)

In the main event of today’s NOAH The New Year 2023 event, WWE Superstar Shinsuke Nakamura defeated the legendary Great Muta.

This was one of the final matches of Muta’s career, as he’s on his retirement tour right now.

Below is the finish of this match:

Shinsuke Nakamura Defeats The Great Muta NOAH The New Year 2023 WrestleFeed App

During a recent interview with Yahoo Sports, Nakamura revealed that he wasn’t given permission for this match initially, but things changed once Vince McMahon retired and Triple H took over.

Below is what the 2018 Men’s Royal Rumble winner said:

“I was like, ‘No way. I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t think it would happen’. It was something that would never have happened under the previous structure of the WWE.

NOAH came to me with the idea, and we discussed it, but the answer was no. Vince (McMahon) stepped down in the summer, and I was advised by people within the company that it might be possible now. I still thought it would be difficult, but I even talked directly to Triple H. When the decision was actually made, I was shaken.

There was a big change in the WWE between when Mutoh announced his retirement and when the match was decided. Vince, who was the symbol of everything, was retiring, and that was something that no one could believe. Everything changes in America when the top changes.

At that time, there was a feeling that many things would change in the future. One of the changes that occurred to me was this. The fact that ‘no’ became ‘yes’ gave me a boost.”

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• Old School WCW Valet Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WCW Valet “The Diamond Doll” Kimberly Page (Real name: Kimberly Lynne Bacon) celebrates her 53rd birthday today.

Kimberly joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1994 as The Diamond Doll, the on-screen valet for her real-life husband Diamond Dallas Page.

She continued to manage DDP until she turned on him in the main event of the WCW Spring Stampede 2000 PPV and joined Eric Bischoff’s & Vince Russo’s New Blood faction in the process.

Kimberly stayed with the company for a few more weeks her heel turn, before she left WCW for good.

DDP and her eventually divorced in 2005.


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