I did love the opening vignette, though, including them having Tajiri offer Muta flowers and mist on them ("Don't think...FEEL"). And I think I like Muta's "Demon from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer" mask.
As for the match itself? Really didn't do a whole lot for me. There were some funny spots, and Muta really knows how to play a complete weirdo well, but most of it was stalling and on the few occassions it did get physical it didn't look all that good. Then again, that seems to be the case with most of Keiji Mutoh's "Muta" matches in Japan that I've seen, even going back to the mid to late 90s.
It was probably easy to get decent seats due to all 3 shows being in generally the same geographic area. Many probably can't afford to go to all 3 shows even if they wanted too so they have to chose between one of them.