Message from discussion Super Ninja/Mr. Go (was: Re: CMLL Lucha Libre Results)
From: bm...@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Dominic Macika)
Subject: Super Ninja/Mr. Go (was: Re: CMLL Lucha Libre Results)
Date: 21 May 92 02:17:58 GMT
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Reply-To: bm...@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Dominic Macika)
Organization: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH (USA)
In a previous article, fs...@acad3.alaska.edu (Sean P. Ryan, Hardcore Alaskan) says:
>In article <1992May20.083115.20...@usenet.ins.cwru.edu>, bm...@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Dominic Macika) writes...
>>Ummm, someone help me here. I thought Muto originally worked in the states
>>as the White Ninja in Florida ~1985. Did he work as SBN before this? Or
>>am I wrong? Also, wasn't Muto the Super Ninja with Larry Zybysko in AWA?
>>BTW: Who was Mr. Go who worked with Zybysko prior to Super Ninja? Am I
>>correct in my guess that Mr. Go was the same person that worked as Super
>>Ninja in Bill Watts' UWF?
>Keiji Muto was the White Ninja in Florida, and later became Super Black
>Ninja, I believe starting in Puerto Rico around 1987. Larry Zbyszko's
>Ninja and Mr. Go were the same person, Ryuma Go, a prelim wrestler for
>All Japan. He may have even been the UWF Ninja, but I really don't
>remember anymore. The UWF Ninja was originally supposed to be Kengo
>Kimura, but I guess he didn't agree to it, even though he was in the
>U.S. at that time.
Odd, I remember Super Ninja being bigger than Mr. Go. The UWF Ninja
was wrestling at the same time as the AWA Ninja, so I doubt they were
the same. I think the fact that Mr. Go disappeared and soon thereafter
the UWF Ninja appeared helped feed my theory that they were indeed the same.
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