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Author: Subject: Follow up on the Great Sasuke's election
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posted on 4-23-2003 at 01:22 PM Edit Post
Follow up on the Great Sasuke's election

The Great Sasuke grapples with
well hung imposter

By Ryann Connell
Staff Writer

April 23, 2003

It's ironic that masked wrestler turned politician The Great Sasuke has been accused of horsing around by appearing in a dirty movie because, according to Asahi Geino (5/1-8), he's hung like a stallion. Perhaps his endowment has something to do with how the vote-catching grappler earned the moniker The Great?

The Great Sasuke's appearance in a video surfaced while he was campaigning for the Iwate Prefectural Assembly seat he eventually won in an April 12 poll.

Titled "Sasuke's Member is a Heavyweight Champion," the adult video was made in October 1999. Its cover features a man clad in The Great Sasuke's traditional costume and mask, with two naked beauties clinging to each of his legs.

"Sasuke's Member is a Heavyweight Champion" opens with a tag team match. Sasuke's teammate tags him and the grappler begins a no-holds-barred "death match" with two naked women, who eventually grab him, rip down his trunks and perform fellatio on him in what is described as being a "knockout blow."

Other features of the video include The Great Sasuke's adult video directorial debut, which pits the regional wrestler in a game of strip scissors, paper, rock with a starlet, and the final "Battle Royal," which turns out to be a foursome, where Sasuke flaunts a number of moves that show his adeptness around the ring, even if it's not the sort he's used to be around in.

Speculation continues to mount that it was the actual Sasuke who performed in the movie, which some suggest is not really a becoming past for a prefectural assembly member.

"It was the real Sasuke all right," Meatball Yoshino, porno actor and co-star of "Sasuke's Member is a Heavyweight Champion," tells Asahi Geino. "When I arrived at the studio, Sasuke was already there, but he wasn't wearing his mask. I've always been a fan of Michinoku Pro Wrestling (the regional areas only troupe operated by The Great Sasuke), so as soon as I heard his voice, I knew it was the real thing."

Meatball does, however, leave an escape clause.

"I must admit, I didn't hang around for the party at the end of filming and I didn't have much time to talk to him," he says.

Nonetheless, Meatball remains convinced.

"Unlike a professional actor, his methods were all skew whiff," he tells Asahi Geino. "Still, he managed to stand firm when he had to. And he's got a pretty impressive piece of manhood, too."

The Great Sasuke, meanwhile, is adamant that he did not appear in the stick flick.

"It's not me," he tells Asahi Geino. "I didn't even go to the shoot, so I have no idea who it is behind the mask. All I did was allow my name to be used because I thought the movie would be a good way to promote Michinoku Professional Wrestling. Hardly anybody knows what I really look like, so it's impossible for others to say the person in the video looks like me."

Fair enough, but a far cry from the man who has steadfastly maintained against tough opposition that he will continue wearing his mask even in prefectural assembly meetings because "the face behind the mask is Sasuke's face," as the wrestler told voters on the campaign trail.

"That's true, but the face on the mask in the adult video is different to mine. That's not the real The Great Sasuke," the grappler says. "Mind you, I'm not saying that there's anything unhealthy about a wrestler who likes lowbrow topics."

Perhaps there is one way that The Great Sasuke can prove once and for all that it wasn't him who appeared in the movie. He turns to a weapon most politicians are not known for bearing - the truth.

"Actually," The Great Sasuke tells Asahi Geino, "I'm not really that well endowed at all."

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posted on 4-23-2003 at 04:40 PM Edit Post
Talk about superabundant power!

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posted on 4-25-2003 at 10:13 PM Edit Post
I think its great that he will keep wearing his mask in assembly.

I wonder if Jesse The Body ever wore his feather boa and sunglasses while in office

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posted on 4-26-2003 at 10:25 PM Edit Post
That's why I wanted him to run for president, just so that we could be treated to the opening of the state of the union address to Jessie in a Boa and Sunglasses going, "My Fellow Americans!"


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posted on 5-3-2003 at 05:50 PM Edit Post
I no longer want to see Great Sasuke going 1-on-1 with Shawn (Sean) Michaels.

Now with 20% less Kellett...

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posted on 5-7-2003 at 04:48 PM Edit Post
Masked Politician Arrives for Work
Tue May 6,10:02 AM ET

TOKYO (Reuters) - Defying critics who called it "indecent," a Japanese wrestler-turned-politician turned up for his first day at work on Tuesday sporting a vividly patterned mask.

Formerly a wrestler known as "The Great Sasuke," Masanori Murakawa won fame -- and a seat in a local assembly in northern Japan -- wearing a similar mask.

"I have absolutely no intention of taking it off, no matter how much opposition there is," the otherwise conservatively dressed Murakawa told journalists before taking his place in the council chamber in Iwate, 290 miles north of Tokyo.

He had attempted to defuse criticism by choosing a mask that revealed more of his face than before -- and which featured the emblem of the region picked out in gold on the side.

Not all local voters were impressed.

"Before you know it prefectural civil servants will all be wearing masks too," one Iwate council employee grumbled.

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