1. Keiji Mutoh is a Japanese professional wrestler who first gained international fame in the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA).
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3. Keiji Mutoh is a former owner and president of All Japan Pro Wrestling and was a full-time wrestler for them from 2002 to 2013.
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4. Keiji Mutoh is known for using the Figure-four leglock and the Moonsault as finishing moves, as well as the Asian mist.
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8. Keiji Mutoh was responsible for organizing Bapesta Pro Wrestling, a previously annual wrestling event sponsored and promoted by Bape.
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9. Keiji Mutoh has worked extensively with Japanese clothing company A Bathing Ape, helping them to produce a number of t-shirts featuring his likeness and the All Japan Pro Wrestling logo.
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13. On June 7, 2011, Keiji Mutoh announced his resignation as the president of All Japan Pro Wrestling.
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14. Keiji Mutoh made his return on September 10, 2010, when he faced Masakatsu Funaki in a special return match.
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17. On December 27, 2003, Keiji Mutoh made a return to the United States, wrestling for the Ring of Honor promotion as part of an interpromotional All Japan vs ROH card, which hosted a series of cross-promotional "dream" matches.
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21. Keiji Mutoh wrestled Sting again on the house show circuit, as well as Steve Austin.
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24. Keiji Mutoh quickly rose in the ranks upon returning to New Japan in March 1990.
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26. In 1985, Keiji Mutoh was sent on his first learning excursion to the United States.
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28. Keiji Mutoh was a judo black belt with experience in many national competitions prior to being trained by Hiro Matsuda in the New Japan Pro Wrestling Dojo.
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31. Keiji Mutoh is a former president of All Japan Pro Wrestling, as well as being a full-time wrestler for the promotion from 2002 to 2013.
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