Found September 21, 2012 on WZR Online:
Source: The Wrestling Observer – The Great Muta recently began playing up the idea of bringing Big Show to Japan as part of the WWE/AJPW alliance. Nothing has yet been confirmed, though the rumors are being played up in order to promote the alliance. – Masa Chono will be part of AJPW’s show in Yokohama, Japan this Sunday. Kevin Nash teams up with Muta on the show. The addition of Chono is building the idea of a reunion between the nWo and nWo Japan at the show.
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