Keiji Muto “Last Love” Star Rating – Keiji Muto’s Last Match

Hamish Woodward

Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling “Last” Love was broadcast from Tokyo, Japan in the Tokyo Dome on Tuesday 21st February, 2023. This page will detail Dave Meltzer’s Star Ratings for Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling “Last” Love, looking at every match on the card. We will also detail the Cagematch rating for the event.

Cagematch is a website which aggregates fans opinions on wrestling match. Fans can log on and rank the matches on a scale of zero to ten, which then calculates an average score for the matches. Great matches can expect a 9+ rating while the worst matches may not even be worth giving a rating to at all. This page will detail the ratings given to Keiji Muto’s last match and the rest of the event.

Only matches over 5 minutes may be rated on the website. This means fantastic, yet shorter matches like KENTA vs Ricky Marvin will not be given a rating but that does not mean they are bad bouts. The highest rated match on the site is the Kenny Omega vs Will Ospreay at Wrestle Kingdom 17.

Below are all the matches from WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 with their star ratings and Cage match ratings added, once they become available. The Cagematch rating will be available as soon as the show is finished and will be continually updated after the fact. Meanwhile, Dave Meltzer’s star ratings will only become available on the Friday after the event, being revealed in the weekly Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling “Last” Love Star Ratings

In this article, we will go through every match from Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling “Last” Love and reveal both Dave Meltzer’s star ratings and the user rating from Cagematch.net. Any match under five minutes will be rated “N/A” on cagematch, whilst any match Meltzer elects not to rate will be rated “N/A”.

Yasutaka Yano & Yoshiki Inamura vs. Daiki Inaba & Masa Kitamiya

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Miyu Yamashita, Rika Tatsumi, Shoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki vs. Maki Itoh, Miu Watanabe, Mizuki & Yuki Arai

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Satoshi Kojima, Takashi Sugiura & Timothy Thatcher vs. GLG (Anthony Greene, Jack Morris & Jake Lee)

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Chris Ridgeway, Daga, Eita, HAYATA & Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Alejandro, Atsushi Kotoge, Junta Miyawaki, Seiki Yoshioka & YO-HEY

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37KAMIINA (MAO, Shunma Katsumata, Toi Kojima & Yuki Ueno) vs. Burning (Tetsuya Endo & Yuya Koroku), Hideki Okatani & Takeshi Masada

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El Hijo del Dr. Wagner Jr., Naomichi Marufuji & Ninja Mack vs. Z-Brats (Diamante, KAI & Shun Skywalker)

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Kento Miyahara, Suwama & Yuma Aoyagi vs. Kongo (Katsuhiko Nakajima, Kenoh & Manabu Soya)

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MAZADA & NOSAWA Rongai vs. BULLET CLUB (Gedo & Taiji Ishimori)

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AMAKUSA vs. Hiromu Takahashi

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Kazuchika Okada vs. Kaito Kiyomiya

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Keiji Muto’s Last Match – Keiji Muto vs. Tetsuya Naito

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Secret Main Event – Keiji Muto vs Masahiro Chono

After the main event, Keiji Muto called out Masahiro Chono for one last match. Both men wrestled their first matches against one another in 1984 and came up together, so it was fitting that they would wrestle one last time in an impromtu bout.

The match was obviously short, with Chono tapping out Muto with an STF. It was an emotional affiar but one that put a fine end onto both men’s careers and send the crowd home happy.

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