The 50 coolest maneuvers of all time

#29 The Great Muta's Asian Mist

The Great Muta wasn’t the first competitor to spit poison in an opponent’s face. Credit for that goes to Muta’s forbearer The Great Kabuki (or maybe it should go to that dinosaur that hocked a loogie on Dennis Nedrey in “Jurassic Park”). Either way, the enigmatic Japanese Superstar still emerged as the master of the mist when he broke out in the NWA in the 1980s and began blinding rivals like Sting and Ric Flair with green venom he’d spray from his mouth like an angry dragon. The unorthodox competitor often used the mist as a theatrical flourish during his ring introductions, but it always worked best moments after he pinned an opponent with the colorful poison still oozing down his chin, making Muta look like a serpent taking a moment to pull its head up from a kill. — R.M.  

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