AJPW (All Japan Pro Wrestling) Unified World Tag Team title w/ Joe Doering defeating Satoshi Kojima and Taru (January 3, 2008);
AJPW (All Japan Pro Wrestling) tag team titles w/Masakatsu Funaki defeating Minoru Suzuki and Taiyo Kea (January 3, 2010);
AJPW (All Japan Pro Wrestling) tag team titles w/KENSO defeating Akebono and Ryoto Hama (July 31, 2011);
Wrestle -1 Wrestle-1 title defeating Masayuki Kono (November 1, 2014);
W-1 tag team titles w Kannazuki defeating Manabu Soya & Sugi San (October 9, 2015);
New Japan Pro-Wrestling – The Beginning:
Keiji Mutoh’s first stint in New Japan wasn’t very successful, often teaming with Masahiro Chono and Shiro Koshinaka.
April 1985: Keiji Mutoh and Mokoto Arakawa defeated Shin’ya Hashimoto and Shuko Kim.
November, 1985: Mutoh was sent to NWA Florida territory to gain experience.
May 21, 1986: White Ninja (Keiji Mutoh) defeated Kendall Windham to win the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title.
June, 1986: Kendall Windham beat White Ninja to regain the NWA Florida title.
October 9, 1986: Keiji Mutoh returned to Japan, joining the UWF as “Space Lone Wolf”.
November 3, 1986: Antonio Inoki and Kerry Von Erich defeated Space Lone Wolf and Kengo Kimura.
~~~After the match, Inoki knocked out Mutoh with his Tuokon Slap Attack.
December 11, 1986 – Sumo Hall Show: Tatsumi Fujinami and Keiji Mutoh defeated Mr. Pogo and Kendo Nagasaki.
Ferburary 5, 1987: Tatsumi Fujinami and Keiji Mutoh vs. Akira Maeda and Yoshiaki Fujiwara went to Double Count-out.
March 20, 1987 – IWGP Tag Team League: Keiji Mutoh and Shiro Koshinaka defeated Nobuhiko Takada and Akira Maeda to capture the IWGP Tag Team Titles.
March 26, 1987 – Inoki Tuokon Live II: Nobuhiko Takada and Akira Maeda defeated Keiji Mutoh and Shiro Koshinaka to win the IWGP Tag Team titles.
August 2, 1987: Keiji Mutoh and Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Johnny Smith and Bad News Allen.
August 19, 1987: Riki Choshu, Tatsumi Fujinami, Kengo Kimura, Akira Maeda, and Super Strong Machine defeated Antonio Inoki, Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Kantaro Hoshino, Keiji Mutoh and Seiji Sakaguchi in an Elimination Match.
August 20, 1987: Tatsumi Fujinami and Riki Choshu defeated Antonio Inoki and Keiji Mutoh.
October 1987: Keiji Mutoh and Kengo Kimura defeated Konga the Barbarian and Manny Fernandez.
December 1987: The Von Erichs (Kerry and Kevin) defeated Keiji Mutoh and Shiro Koshinaka.
Keiji Mutoh was sent outside Japan to gain more experience.
World Wrestling Council – Black Ninja:
Keiji Mutoh soon emerged in Puerto Rico in the WWC, where he wrestled as “Black Ninja”.
February 6, 1988: Black Ninja defeated Invader I to win the WWC Television Title.
February, 1988: Black Ninja participated in the Gillete Cup Tournament, which was won by Carlos Colon.
April 2, 1988: Invader I beat Black Ninja to regain the WWC Television Title.
May 14, 1988: Black Ninja beat Miguel Perez Jr. to become the WWC Puerto Rican Champion.
August 6, 1988: Ricky Santana defeated Black Ninja to win the WWC Puerto Rican title.
July 2, 1988: Keiji Mutoh teamed-up with Masahiro Chono and Shin’ya Hashimoto, creating the Tuokon San Yushi, Three Fire Balls.
July 29, 1988: Tuokon San Yushi defeated Tatsumi Fujinami, Kengo Kimura and Shiro Koshinaka by disqualification.
Black Ninja engaged in bloody feuds with sadistic men like Carlos Colon, Abdullah the Butcher, Bruiser Brody and TNT.
Florida – The Rising Suns:
Super Ninja had a brief run in Florida, where he won the Florida Heavyweight title.
Keiji Mutoh returned to his homeland, ready to conquer Japan just as he did America.
April 27, 1990: Keiji Mutoh and Masahiro Chono defeated Masa Saito and Shin’ya Hashimoto to win the IWGP World Tag Team titles.
June, 1990: Keiji Mutoh and Masahiro Chono defeated Shin’ya Hashimoto and Masa Saito to retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles.
August 8, 1990: Keiji Mutoh and Masahiro Chono beat the Destruction Crew (Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos) to retain the IWGP Tag Team Titles.
September 14, 1990: Hiroshi Hase defeated The Great Muta (afterwards, a frustrated Muta delivered to Hase a Moonsault).
~~~This started a bloody feud between Muta and Hase, but the two ended up Tag Team partners in the end.
September, 1990 – Inoki 30th Wrestling Anniversary: The Great Muta defeated Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat.
November 1, 1990: Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki beat Keiji Mutoh and Masahiro Chono for the IWGP Tag Team titles.
December 13, 1990: Keiji Mutoh and Masahiro Chono defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and Bad News Allen.
December 16, 1990 – WCW Starrcade 90: The Great Muta and Mr. Saito participated in the Pat O’Connor Tag Team International Tournament as Team Japan, but they were defeated in the finals by the Steiner Brothers.
December 26, 1990 – Legends Show: The Great Muta defeated Tiger Jeet Singh by DQ.
March 21, 1991 ? NJPw/ WCW Starrcade in Tokyo Dome: The Great Muta defeated Sting.
~~~Afterwards, Sting putted Muta in the Scorpion Deathlock until New Japan wrestlers made the save.
September, 1996: Keiji Mutoh and Sting won over The Road Warriors.
September 23, 1996: Keiji Mutoh defeated Pedro Octavio by KO.
October 11, 1996 – WAR Osaka Crush Night: Genichiro Tenryu beat The Great Muta to retain the IWGP World title.
October 20, 1996: The Great Muta defeated Jushin Thunder Liger.
~~~In one point of the match, Muta ripped Liger’s mask off, unleashing the Dark side of Liger!!!
November 1, 1996 – Super Grade Tag Team League VI: Shin’ya Hashimoto and Scott Norton beat Keiji Mutoh and Rick Steiner in the finals to win the tournament.
Keiji Mutoh then took time off due to a knee injury.
New Japan Pro-Wrestling and WCW – new World order Japan:
Once Keiji Mutoh returned from his injury, Masahiro Chono and nWo Japan focused their efforts on recruiting him and his alter ego, The Great Muta.
January 4, 1997 – Wrestling World: Power Warrior (Kensuke Sasaki) defeated The Great Muta.
January, 1997: Keiji Mutoh defeated ???
~~~ After his victory, nWo gundam members approached to Keiji Mutoh to offer him to join to them.
February 16, 1997: The Great Muta defeated Shiro Koshinaka.
~~~ At the very start of the match, Muta spewed Green Mist on a Heisei Ishigun’s flag!
~~~ After the match, Masahiro Chono, Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell hit the ring and offered Muta to join the nWo, but Muta left the ring with no answer.
March, 1997: Keiji Mutoh approached to nWo Japan members, apparently to join them. But he attacked Masahiro Chono out of nowhere and left the ring.
~~~ On backstage, Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell vowed revenge on Mutoh.
March 20, 1997: nWo Japan (Masahiro Chono, Hiroyoshi, Tenzan, Scott Norton, nWo Sting and Buff Bagwell) beat New Japan Army (Shin’ya Hashimoto, Keiji Mutoh, Kensuke Sasaki, Manabu Nakanishi and Steven Regal) when Mutoh accidentally cost the victory of his team.
April 4, 1997 – NJPW Battle Formation: The Great Muta defeated Masahiro Chono, strangely Muta and Chono shook hands after the match, spreading confusion about Muta’s true colors.
May 3, 1997 – Strong Style Evolution: Masahiro Chono and The Outsiders beat Keiji Mutoh and The Steiner Brothers.
August 1, 1997: The Great Muta defeated Manabu Nakanishi.
August 2, 1997 – G1 Climax Tournament: Scott Norton beat The Great Muta.
August 3, 1997: The Great Muta defeated Lord Steven Regal.
August 10, 1997 – Four Heaven in Nagoya Dome: The Great Muta defeated Naoya Ogawa when Tiger Mask had to throw the towel after Muta putted Ogawa in a vicious Cross Armbreaker.
August 31, 1997: Riki Choshu, Tatsumi Fujinami and Genichiro Tenryu defeated The Great Muta, Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan.
September 13, 1997: The Great Muta defeated Tadao Yasuda.
September 17, 1997: Hiroyoshi Tenzan and The Great Muta beat Tatsumi Fujinami and Nogami.
September 20, 1997: Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki beat The Great Muta and Hiroyoshi Tenzan.
~~~In the middle of the match, Tenzan accidentally attacked Muta with a Diving Mongolian Chop, driving Muta crazy.
~~~Right in the end, Muta spewed Green Mist on Tenzan’s eyes and then argued with Masahiro Chono.
September 23, 1997: The Great Muta and Masahiro Chono vs. Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki went to a very strange end.
~~~In one point of the match, Chono accidentally delivered to Muta a Diving Shoulder Block, then Muta went mad and left Chono by his own.
~~~Later, Keiji Mutoh hit the ring, apparently to help New Japan wrestlers, but instead he attacked Kensuke Sasaki allowing the victory to the nWo gundam and completing his “full” joining to the stable!
October 19, 1997: The Great Muta and Masahiro Chono defeated Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki to win the IWGP World Tag Team titles.
November 2, 1997- Final Battle Hall: Masahiro Chono and The Great Muta retained the IWGP Tag Team titles defeating Tatsumi Fujinami and Genichiro Tenryu.
December 8, 1998 – Super Grade Tag League VII: Masahiro Chono and The Great Muta defeated Shin’ya Hashimoto and Manabu Nakanishi in the finals.
January 4, 1998 – Riki Choshu Retirement Show: Kensuke Sasaki beat Keiji Mutoh to retain the IWGP World title.
February, 1998: Keiji Mutoh defeated Kazuo Yamazaki by submission.
April 4, 1998 – The Inoki Final in Tokyo Dome: Masahiro Chono and The Great Muta defeated Shin’ya Hashimoto and Osamu Nishimura to retain the IWGP Tag Team titles.
May, 1998: Keiji Mutoh suffered a knee injury, after Tatsumi Fujinami delivered to him two huge Dragon Screw Legwhips
May 7, 1998: The Great Muta and Masahiro Chono vacated the tag team titles when Mutoh had to undergo knee surgery.
June 28, 1998 – WCW Nitro: The Great Muta and Masahiro Chono defeated The Boogie Knights (Disco Inferno and Alex Wright).
July 31, 1998 – G1 Climax Tournament: Genichiro Tenryu beat Keiji Mutoh in the first round.
August 1, 1998: Keiji Mutoh, Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Big Titan defeated Osamu Nishimura, Manabu Nakanishi and Tatsumi Fujinami.
August 2, 1998: Shiro Koshinaka, Michiyoshi Ohara and Kengo Kimura defeated Keiji Mutoh, Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Hiro Saito.
New Japan Pro-Wrestling ? nWo Japan vs. Team 2000 (IWGP Heavyweight Champion III):
Keiji Mutoh took the leadership of the nWo gundam, after Masahiro Chono suffered a neck injury, turning it into a babyface faction
~~~However, when Chono returned to New Japan, he declared war to Mutoh for disagreeing about the new direction of nWo Japan, creating Team 2000.
August 8, 1998 – Rising the Next Generation: The Great Kabuki and The Great Muta defeated Michiyoshi Ohara and Tatsutoshi Goto in Kabuki’s last appearance in New Japan before his retirement.
~~~On backstage, Muta cut a promo about his love on his “daddy”, Kabuki.
January 4, 1999 – NJPW Anniversary Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated Scott Norton to capture the IWGP World title.
February 14, 1999 – St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: Keiji Mutoh beat Kensuke Sasaki to retain the IWGP Title.
April 1999 – Tokyo Dome Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated Don Frye by submission to still being the IWGP World Champion.
May 3, 1999: Keiji Mutoh defeated Genichiro Tenryu to retain the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.
June, 1999 – Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh and Satoshi Kojima defeated Masahiro Chono and Don Frye.
July 21, 1999: Keiji Mutoh retained the IWGP Championship over Satoshi Kojima.
August 15, 1999 – G1 Climax Tournament: Manabu Nakanishi beat Keiji Mutoh by submission to win the tournament.
The Great Muta started a feud with The Great Nita, who vowed to be more sadistic than Muta.
August 28, 1999 – WAR: The Great Muta defeated The Great Nita in a No Rope-Electrified Barbed Wire-Double Hell Deathmatch.
September, 1999 – G1 Tag Team League: Keiji Mutoh and Scott Norton won the G1 Tag League by defeating Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi.
October 11, 1999: Keiji Mutoh beat Manabu Nakanishi by submission to retain the IWGP World title.
December 10, 1999: Genichiro Tenryu defeated Keiji Mutoh to become the IWGP World Heavyweight Champion.
January 4, 2000 – Wrestling World: Masahiro Chono beat Keiji Mutoh by submission.
~~~As result of this defeat, nWo Japan was forced to disband.
April 7, 2000 – Dome Impact 2000: Masahiro Chono defeated The Great Muta by DQ.
May 5, 2000 – Wrestling Dontaku 2000: Power Warrior w/ Akira Hokuto defeated The Great Muta to retain the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship.
~~~Afterwards, Sasaki and Hokuto attacked Muta with a Missile Dropkick Doomsday Device.
World Championship Wrestling – The Dark Carnival:
2000: The Great Muta came back to America for another stint in World Championship Wrestling.
Keiji Mutoh and Shinjiro Ohtani created the Interpromotional Stable BATT, along with Taiyo Kea, Hiroshi Hase and Hakushi Jinzei.
April, 2001 – NJPW Osaka Dome Show: Masahiro Chono, Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima defeated Keiji Mutoh, Taiyo Kea and Hakushi Jinzei.
April, 2001 – NJPW Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated Toshiaki Kawada in a dream-match.
May, 2001 – NJPW Wrestling Dontaku 2001: Keiji Mutoh, Taiyo Kea and Hiroshi Hase beat Masahiro Chono, Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima.
June 6, 2001 – NJPW Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated Hiroshi Hase.
June 8, 2001 – AJPW PPV: In one of the most epic battles in history, Keiji Mutoh defeated Genichiro Tenryu to become the UNIFIED TIRPLE CROWN CHAMPION!
July 14, 2001 – AJPW Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated “Dr. Death” Steve Williams to retain the Triple Crown.
August 12, 2001 – NJPW G1 Climax Tournament: Yuji Nagata defeated Keiji Mutoh by submission in the finals to win the tournament!
August 19, 2001 – Michinoku Pro-Wrestling: Keiji Mutoh debuted his new character, Kokushi Muso and started to tag with Hakushi Jinzei, in that night they defeated Hiro Saito and Tatsutoshi Goto.
September 16, 2001 – NJPW: Kokushi Muso and Hakushi Jinzei beat Masahrio Chono and Mike Barton.
September 23, 2001 – AJPW Osaka Dome Show: Keiji Mutoh defeated Scott Hall to retain the Triple Crown.
October 8, 2001- Puroresu 50th Anniversary: Jun Akiyama and Yuji Nagata beat Keiji Mutoh and Hiroshi Hase in a dream-match.
October 22, 2001 – AJPW: Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea defeated Gencihiro Tenryu and Yoji Anjo to win the AJPW World Tag Team Titles.
~~~Keiji Mutoh becomes the 7th man to hold 5 belts at the same time in wrestling history.
October 27, 2001 – AJPW Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh retained the Triple Crown over his friend, Masahiro Chono.
October 28, 2001 – NJPW International Center: Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea defeated Tatsumi Fujinami and Osamu Nishimura to retain the AJPW World Tag Team titles and WIN the IWGP Tag Team titles!
~~~Keiji Mutoh becomes the FIRST MAN to carry 6 Belts at the same time, known as the 6 Crown.
December 7, 2001 – World’s Strongest Tag Team Tournament: Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea defeated Genichiro Tenryu and Kudo Fuyuki in the semi-finals.
~~~In the finals, Mutoh and Kea defeated Toshiaki Kawada and Mitsuya Nagae to win the Tournament.
December 11, 2001 – AJPW: Keiji Mutoh beat Tatsumi Fujinami to retain the Triple Crown.
January 14, 2002 – AJPW: Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea beat Mike Barton and Jim Steele to retain both AJPW and IWGP World Tag Team titles.
All Japan Pro-Wrestling – Big Shock:
February 2, 2002: Keiji Mutoh jumped ship to All Japan, leaving his “Great Muta” gimmick behind him.
~~~ Since NJPW owned the “Great Muta” gimmick, he began using his real name, Keiji Mutoh.
~~~ Mutoh also took Satoshi Kojima and Osamu Nishimura with him from New Japan.
~~~ As result of this leaving, Mutoh and Kea vacated the IWGP Tag Team Titles.
February 24, 2002: Toshiaki Kawada beat Keiji Mutoh to regain the Triple Crown Championship.
February 26, 2002: Keiji Mutoh officially signs for All Japan Pro-Wrestling.
March 1, 2002: Keiji Mutoh was guessed at the WWF SmackDown! Tour Show in Japan and greeted The Rock.
March 24, 2002: Steve Williams defeated Keiji Mutoh.
March/April, 2002 – Champion Carnival: Keiji Mutoh won the Champion Carnival Tournament, ending second in Block B, defeating Satoshi Kojima in the semi-finals and beating Mike Barton in the finals.
April 13, 2002: Genichiro Tenryu beat Keiji Mutoh in the finals of a tournament to win the vacated Unified Triple Crown title.
May 1, 2002: Kokushi Muso and Hakushi Jinzei beat The Great Koji (Satoshi Kojima) and George Hines.
April/May 2002 – Giant Baba 6-Man Memorial Tag Team Tournament: Keiji Mutoh, Kaz Hayashi and George Hines won the tournament over teams composed by: Satoshi Kojima, Tomoaki Honma and Jimmy Yang; Masanabu Fuchi, Hideki Hosaka, and Gran Naniwa; and Genichiro Tenryu, Nobutaka Araya and Arashi.
Keiji Mutoh and NJPW came to an arrangement that lets Mutoh to wrestle as The Great Muta in exchange of Mutoh fights in New Japan cards.
July 17, 2002: KroniK defeated Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea to win the AJPW World Tag Team titles!
July 20, 2002 – Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh wrestled under three characters.
~~~Kokushi Muso defeated Kaz Hayashi.
~~~Keiji Mutoh, Dos Caras and Mil Mascaras beat Abdullah The Butcher, Gran Hamada and Gran Naniwa.
~~~The Great Muta defeated The Great Koji by submission.
August 31, 2002 – Budokan Hall Show: Genichiro Tenryu, Steve Williams, Masao Orihara, Koki Kitahara and Arashi beat Keiji Mutoh, Kaz Hayashi, Hiroshi Hase, Jinsei Shinzaki and George Hines in an Elimination Match.
September 30, 2002 – AJPW 30th Anniversary Party: Motoko Baba announced Keiji Mutoh as the new President of All Japan Pro-Wrestling!
~~~Under the wing of Mutoh, All Japan lives what is called the “Pro-Wrestling Love Era”.
October 19, 2002: Keiji Mutoh suffered right ligament damage at All Japan show in Niigata and was hospitalized.
~~~He was told to stay out of action for three weeks, which would cause him to miss the 10/27 Budokan Hall show.
October 27, 2002 – AJPW PPV: The Great Muta (!!!) defeated Genichiro Tenryu to win the Triple Crown Championship!
November 17, 2002 – Wrestle-1 Debut Show PPV: Bob Sapp defeated The Great Muta in a non-title match.
November/December, 2002 – World’s Strongest Tag Team League: Keiji Mutoh and Road Warrior Animal competed in the league, which was won by Taiyo Kea and Satoshi Kojima.
December 6, 2002 – Budokan Hall Show: Genichiro Tenryu and John Tenta defeated Keiji Mutoh and Road Warrior Animal.
January 13, 2003: The Great Muta beat The Gladiador (Mike Awesome) to retain the Triple Crown.
January 17, 2003 – Tokyo Dome Show: Keiji Mutoh and Bill Goldberg defeated KroniK.
February 2, 2003 – Zero-One Max: Shin’ya Hashimoto and Keiji Mutoh set up a grudge match between Muta and Hashimoto for the Triple Crown Championship.
February 13, 2003 – Budokan Hall Show: Shin’ya Hashimoto defeated The Great Muta to become the Unified Triple Crown Champion!
March 2, 2003 – Zero-One Max: Shin’ya Hashimoto and Shinjiro Ohtani beat Keiji Mutoh and Arashi.
March, 2003 – Champion Carnival: Keiji Mutoh defeated John Tenta, then lost to Arashi. Satoshi Kojima won the tournament.
April 12, 2003 – Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh and Satoshi Kojima won over Toshiaki Kawada and Masanabu Fuchi.
June 8, 2003 – AJPW World Tag-Team Title Tournament: Keiji Mutoh and Arashi defeated Gigantes and The Gladiator, and Jimmy Yang and Satoshi Kojima to win the AJPW World Tag Team Titles.
July 19, 2003 – Budokan Hall Show: The Great Muta forced Gigantes to submit.
September 6, 2003 – Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh and Arashi retained the AJPW World Tag Titles, beating TAKA Michinoku and Gigantes.
October 23, 2003 – Budokan Hall Show: Keiji Mutoh and Arashi stayed the AJPW World Tag Champs, winning over Bull Buchanan and D-Lo Brown.
October 2003: Keiji Mutoh is expected to wrestle in the U.S. in 2004, most likely with MLW.
November/December, 2003 – World’s Strongest Tag Team Tournament: Keiji Mutoh and Arashi competed in the league, which was won by Kaz Hayashi and Satoshi Kojima, losing the AJPW World Tag Team titles.
December 5, 2003 – AJPw/ Wrestle-1: Keiji Mutoh, Abdullah The Butcher and Sam Greco w/ Bob Sapp beat TAKA Michinoku, Jamal and D-Lo Brown.
December 27, 2003 – ROH/AJPW Final Battle: The Great Muta and Arashi defeated Christopher Daniels and Danny Maff.
January 04, 2004 – NJPW Wrestling World: Keiji Muto and Bob Sapp defeated Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan in Chono’s Return Match.
February 22, 2004 – Final Show at Budokan Hall: Keiji Mutoh and Bob Sapp won over D-Lo Brown and Jamal in the main event.
~~~This match featured one of the sickest bumps in wrestling, as D-Lo received a huge Shinning Wizard over the shoulders of Sapp, landing almost on his head!
February 29, 2004 – Zero-One Max Third Anniversary Show: Keiji Mutoh pinned Takao Omori.
April, 2004 – Champion Carnival: Keiji Mutoh defeated Takao Omori in the semi-finals, then defeated Kensuke Sasaki to win the Tournament for the second time.
July 10, 2004 – Pro Wrestling NOAH, Tokyo Dome Show: Mitsuharu Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa defeated Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea to retain the GHC Tag Team Titles.
~~~Crowd went nuts every time that Misawa and Mutoh collided in the ring.
December 1, 2004 – AJPW: GREAT MUTA, Love Machine Arashi & Super Love Machine defeated Keiji Muto, Kohei Suwama & Osamu Nishimura.
December 2, 2004 – AJPW: Keiji Muto, Nobutaka Araya & Tomoaki Honma defeated GREAT MUTA, Love Machine Arashi & Love Machine Steele. Keiji Mutoh participated in a 8-man tag team match, where BOX members viciously attacked him, forcing to take him out to backstage.
~~~Suddenly, lights went out and the REAL Great Muta hit the ring and attacked BOX members.
December 3, 2004 – AJPW: GREAT MUTA, Love Machine Arashi, Mini Love Machine & Super Love Machine defeated Kaz Hayashi, Keiji Muto, Satoshi Kojima & Toshiaki Kawada.
December 5, 2004 – Unchained World: The Great Muta defeated the Fake Great Muta.
All Japan Pro-Wrestling – Fighting against the Voodoo Murders:
January 2, 2005 – AJPW: TARU and Johnny Stamboli made their debut in AJPW, as the heel stable of the Voodoo Murders, vowing to destroy All Japan and the ROandD group.
~~~Keiji Mutoh, as president of the promotion, was the first man that faced them.
January 3, 2005 – AJPW: Johnny Stamboli & TARU defeated David Flair & Keiji Muto.
January 5, 2005 – AJPW: Jamal, Taiyo Kea & TAKA Michinoku defeated David Flair, Kaz Hayashi & Keiji Muto.
January 7, 2005 – AJPW: Keiji Muto, Satoshi Kojima & Toshiaki Kawada defeated D-Lo Brown, Jamal & Taiyo Kea.
June 10, 2009 – AJPW: Great Muta defeated HATE. Hakushi & Kokushi Muso defeated Voodoo Murders (TARU & Toshizo). F-1 tag team champions Kannazaki & Keiji Muto defeated Grappler Takashi, Osamu Nishimura & Yurioka Chotokkyu in a handicap tag team match to retain the titles.
August 19, 2012 – AJPW: Stack Of Arms (Masakatsu Funaki & Minoru Tanaka), Keiji Muto & Koji Kanemoto defeated Team Destruction (Kaz Hayashi, Shuji Kondo & Suwama) & Hiroshi Yamato in a tag team elimination match.
August 20, 2012 – AJPW: Keiji Muto, Koji Kanemoto & Masakatsu Funaki defeated Team Destruction (Kaz Hayashi, Shuji Kondo & Suwama).
August 26, 2012 – AJPW: Kaz Hayashi and Satoshi Kojima defeated Jimmy Yang and Keiji Muto.
September 23, 2012 – AJPW: Keiji Muto and Kevin Nash defeated Seiya Sanada and Taiyo Kea.
October 7, 2012 – AJPW: Keiji Muto and Scott Norton defeated Masanobu Fuchi and Taiyo Kea.
October 21, 2012 – AJPW: Keiji Muto and Scott Norton defeated Ryota Hama and Taiyo Kea.
October 27, 2012 – AJPW/NJPW: Team Destruction (Shuji Kondo & Suwama) & Keiji Muto defeated Aogi-gun (Wataru Inoue & Yuji Nagata) & Koji Kanemoto.
Great Muta, Kokushi Muso, Super Black Ninja, Super Ninja, White Ninja
The Moonsault, Dragon Screw Legwhip, The Shining Wizard
Spewing Green Mist Muta Lock (Inverted STF) Figure-4 Leglock Crazy Elbow Drop Handspring Back Elbow Smash Dragon Screw Legwhip Dragon Suplex Running One-Handed Bulldog Cradle Piledriver The Sickle Hold Low Dropkick to Legs The Backbreaker Frankensteiner Cross Armbreaker Full Ramp Running Lariat Dragon Screw Neckwhip
Carlos Colon (WWC), Bruiser Brody (WWC), Abdullah The Butcher (WWC), Kerry Von Erich (WCCW), Lex Luger (NWA), Sting (NWA/WCW), Ric Flair (NWA), Arn Anderson (NWA), Barry Windham (WCW), Hiroshi Hase, Kensuke Sasaki, The Steiner Brothers, Riki Choshu, Shin'ya Hashimoto, Masahiro Chono, The Great Kabuki, Genichiro Tenryu, Antonio Inoki, Nobuhiko Takada, Tatsumi Fujinami, Don Frye, Atsushi Onita (as The Great Nita), Johnny Stamboli (as the Fake Great Muta), Satoshi Kojima (AJPW), The Voodoo Murderers (AJPW)