Keiji Mutoh is a professional wrestler whose real name is Keiji Mutoh (武藤 敬司). Keiji Mutoh was born on December 23, 1962, in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. This page will examine Keiji Mutoh’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Flickr: siadowmoon
Billed from Japan Keiji Mutoh has had a fascinating life in wrestling which debuted in October 5, 1984. In the ring, Keiji Mutoh was trained by Antonio Inoki, Hiro Matsuda, and Kotetsu Yamamoto. Keiji Mutoh’s nicknames have included “Natural Born Master”, “The Ideologist of Darkness” (as The Great Muta), “Jigoku no Akuma” (as The Great Muta), and “Pro-Wrestling Genius”. Keiji Mutoh married Hisae Ashida, and is the parent of 2.
Some of the signature moves employed by Keiji Mutoh included the Triangle choke, Handspring Back elbow, Dragon suplex, Cradle piledriver, Dragon screw, Savate kick, Asian mist, Dropkick,, Flashing Elbow (Elbow drop), Rib breaker, Nenbutsu Powerbomb (Sitout powerbomb, with theatrics), Elevated neckbreaker Whiplash (wrestling), Space Rolling Elbow (Cartwheel (gymnastics) Back elbow to a cornered opponent), Cross armbreaker, Flying clothesline, and Frankensteiner. In terms of music, Keiji Mutoh has entered the ring to “TOI” by Dale Oliver, “Symbol – Win” by Osamu Suzuki, “Hold Out” by Osamu Suzuki, “Tokyo Takeaway” by Paul Osborne and Hans Engstrom, “Muta Yami no Shocho” by Osamu Suzuki, “Great Muta Concerto” by Taketa Magic Orchestra, “Hold Out (Prototype)” by Osamu Suzuki, “Symbol” by Osamu Suzuki, “Muta Inden” by Osamu Suzuki, “Championtaka (Instrumental)” by Hong Kong Explosion, “Trans Magic” by Heart Blow, “Muta” by Osamu Suzuki, “Muta (Prototype)” by Osamu Suzuki, “Hold Out A” by Osamu Suzuki, “Symbol (Prototype)” by Osamu Suzuki, “The Final Countdown (song)” by Europe (band), “Muta Praise Bloom” by Heart Blow, and “Luminous Forces I” by John Keliehor & Orlando Kimber (National Wrestling Alliance).
Wrestlers’ payments may vary depending on league, experience, and success. According to the WWE, the common professional wrestler earns around $500,000 a year. But some bring in well into the 7 figures. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers get around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Keiji Mutoh’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Keiji Mutoh’s net worth in 2018 is: