STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 7) Results 8/29/21: HAZUKI Returns!


STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Bellesalle Shiodome on 8/29/21 live on YouTube:

I’m not sure how long this show will be kept up to view on YouTube before it moves over to STARDOM World. It may have been a live only broadcast option. There is no commentary team.

AZM beat Hanan by arm bar submission in 9:00.

Momo Watanabe beat Mai Sakurai by submission with the chicken wing face lock in 8:31.

Fukigen Death pinned Himeka in 4:44 of a Red Block Match for 2 points. Bizarre finish as Himeka drove Death into the mat but Death popped right up and rolled Himeka up for the pin. Death has 2 points so far and Himeka has 0 in the tournament.

Future of STARDOM Champion Unagi Sayaka pinned Rina in 9:55 after her forward Gory Bomb finisher. STARDOM executive producer Rossy Ogawa was in the ring with the title for the championship match photo op before the match started. Rina attacked Sayaka before the bell. Sayaka ended up hugging her after the match. 

They announced the STARDOM offering matches yet to be announced for the New Japan shows on 9/4 and 9/5 at MetLife Dome will air on New Japan World. Their previous matches at New Japan shows were dark matches that aired on STARDOM World as VOD later.

Mayu Iwatani pinned Lady C after a Moonsault in 9:12. After the match, HAZUKI ran in the ring and got on the mic to speak to Iwatani in a big return angle. She retired from STARDOM on Dec. 24, 2019 but worked the Hana Kimura Memorial Show back on 5/23/21. I’m far from fluent in Japanese, but she told Iwatani she was back to inspire STARDOM. She then handed the mic to Iwatani and left the ring. Iwatani looked shocked and in deep thought to close the segment. 

Takumi Iroha pinned Maika after the Running Three  in a Blue Block Match in 13:45 for 2 points. Iroha has 2 points and Maika has 7 points in the tournament so far.

They announced a show in Osaka at Osaka-Jo Hall as part of the company’s 10th Anniversary celebrations on 10/9/21.

Starlight Kid pinned High Soeed Champion NatsuPoi with a Tiger Suplex in 16:59 to win the title. 

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NWA Empowerrr Results 8/28/21, Women Deliver NWA’s Best PPV To Date


NWA Empowerrr women’s show results from Chase Khorassan Ballroom in St. Louis, Missouri, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on 8/28/21 live on FITE:

Skye Blue pinned Christi Jaynes with a bridging school girl cradle on the pre-show match.

May Valentine interviewed Melina on a set in the venue. Melina will challenge Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo later. She said she wished her father was there to see her. Then the feed crashed. 

After some technical difficulties, NWA Empowerrr executive producer Mickie James came out to the ring to open the ppv. She said this night wasn’t about her then started talking about getting told “no” in the past about having another all-women’s show (a reference to her time in WWE). She said the whole thing was about inspiring little girls. She will face Kylie Rae on the NWA 73rd Anniversary show tomorrow.

DiamantΓ© won a 3-Way Match over Chik Tormenta and Kylie Rae by pinning Tormenta after her Code Red finisher, stealing the win from Rae with a distraction as Rae had Tormenta in the cross face submission.

Allysin Kay and Marti Belle beat Renee Michelle and Sahara 7 when Kay pinned Michelle after a double team pedigree finisher in a NWA Women’s Tag Team Titles Tournament semifinals match for the vacant titles. Non-stop action throughout with a mix of brawling and wrestling. 

KiLynn King and Red Velvet beat Miranda Gordy and Jazzy Yang (with Hollywood Haley J) in a NWA Women’s Tag Team Titles Tournament semifinals match when King pinned Yang after her Fallen Kingdom finisher causing Yang to land badly on her shoulder. 

May Valentine interviewed Kay and Belle backstage about the Women’s Tournament finals. Kay said she was the first person of the NWA modern era to hold the NWA Women’s Title and now could be the first to hold the returning tag titles in the modern era. Belle said she could be the first of Dominican Republic heritage to hold a legit recognized NWA Women’s Title.

Gail Kim came to the ring to cut a promo but was interrupted by Taryn Terrell, JennaCide, and Paola Mayfield (aka Blaze).Terrell is still doing a Beautiful People type gimmick in 2021. She said NWA is her territory and demanded Kim leave the ring. Kim refused so Terrell was going to send Blaze and JennaCide after her. Awesome Kong came out to back up Kim. She took out Blaze ant JennaCide as Terrell bailed out of the ring. As Kim yelled at the heels, Kong asked her to face her in the ring. Kong got on the mic and said she’s not much for words and it’s been a long year at her house. She said Gail Kim was the only person to get her off the couch to come back for anything. She said she loved Kim. Kim was crying and said she didn’t know what to say but she and Kong will always have a bound for life.

Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo beat Melina by trapped arm and half crab combo submission. They were given lots of time. Melina walked out with help from the referee but she was limping.

Madusa came out to do guest commentary. They said she will present the tag team titles to the winners of the tournament.

Allysin Kay and Marti Belle beat Red Velvet and KiLynn King in the NWA Worlds Women’s Tag Team Titles Tournament finals match to win the vacant titles when Belle pinned Velvet after an assisted AK-47 finisher. Madusa brought in the tag belts and congratulated them. King and Velvet looked like they were going to attack the new champions from behind but ended up congratulating them and showing respect.

NWA owner Billy Corgan politely walked near the broadcast table looking a member of the crew. He held “The Burke” under wraps in his hand which is the NWA Women’s Title last appearing in the NWA in 1954. He had  Kyle Davis (who is doing ring announcing for the title matches) read a statement from him to the crowd about the history of the title and Mildred Burke. The Burke was unwrapped and brought in the ring to show the crowd.

Tim Storm joined the announcers as guest color commentary. Nick Aldis, Thom Latimer, and Chris Adonis were watching in the Bush Beer VIP section of the crowd to cheer on Kamille.

NWA Worlds Women’s Champion Kamille pinned  Leyla Hirsch after a spear. This was a great showcase for both. Hirsch stood on the top of the ring post and gave Kamille a twisted suplex off the ropes. She then followed up and gave everything she had including several German Suplexes and a shining wizard. She locked in the arm bar a couple times but Kamille powered out. Hirsch kept coming at Kamille nonstop and finally got caught with the spear.

Kamille went over to the VIP area to celebrate with Latimer, Aldis, and Adonis and acted cool and relaxed about surviving Hirsch. Trevor Murdoch got close and started yelling at Aldis to hype their match tomorrow at NWA 73.

The Gauntlet Match main event is next. 10 women. Two start off with someone in every two minutes. Pin and submission rules. The winner faces Kamille for the title tomorrow at NWA 73rd Anniversary live on FITE at 8pm EST.

Chelsea Green is #1 and Kiera Hogan is #2. 

#3 is Bianca Carelli who is the daughter of Santino Marella.

#4- Thunder Kitty 

#5- JennaCide (with Taryn Terrell)

JennaCide pinned Carelli after a swinging slam for the first elimination.

#6- Lady Frost 

Jennacide pinned Thunder Kitty but the camera didn’t really catch it as it was focused on Lady Frost stalling on the outside before the next entry came out.

#7- Debbie Malenko 

Malenko briefly brawled with Lady Frost on the outside and threw her in the ring. It didn’t last as Frost quickly escaped back to the floor.

#8- Jamie Senegal (with Pollo Del Mar)

Debbie Malenko eliminated Lady Frost by STF submission.

Keira Hogan pinned Debbie Malenko while Malenko had Green in a surfboard.

#9- Masha Slamovich 

Slamovich, Senegal, and Green pinned JennaCide after triple teaming her down.

#10- Tootie Lynn 

Slamovich pinned Senegal after a package piledriver. 

Slamovich pinned Keira Hogan after a Tower Of Doom spot assisted by Green and Lynn.

Tootie Lynn pinned Masha Slamovich after a reversal.

Lynn and Green are the last two.

Chelsea Green pinned Tootie Lynn after the unprettier to win the match and the #1 con. spot. Green picked Lynn up and hugged her afterwards. The locker room came out to celebrate. The baby faces surrounded the ring while the heels stood on stage in the back. Mickie James, Gail Kim, Jazz, Madusa, and Awesome Kong applauded on stage. Green was given a trophy cup for the win.

This was a great show. Everyone worked their tails off. It wasn’t just the best American women’s ppv of all time (there hasn’t been many), it was the best NWA ppv so far under Billy Corgan ownership. It didn’t drag and all of the matches were good to great. 

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EVE “WRESTLE QUEENDOM 4” Results 8/27/21: A Big Return And A Big Title Change


EVE “WRESTLE QUEENDOM 4” results from London, U.K. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ at 229 The Venue on 8/27/21 live on YouTube: 

Half of the show is free and the second half is $10 USD to view. The main event of tonight’s action will see EVE Champion Rhia O’Reilly defending the title in a 30-woman Rumble. EVE International Champion Kasey defends in a Gauntlet Match against Emersyn Jayne (aka Sammii Jayne), Debbie Keitel, NightShade, Hyan, and Maddison Miles. Several of the women in the title matches will also be in singles matches on the card. The mysterious Gambler will also appear on the show against Skye Smitson.

Leah Owens and Sophia Lang are the broadcast team. Lolo Brow is the ring announcer. This is the first EVE event in 18 months because of the virus pandemic. #WQ4 is the hashtag.

A few minutes before bell time, EVE owner Dann Read told the announcers that Skye Smitson hasn’t arrived to the building yet. He said if she doesn’t make it they will rearrange the card.

Dann Read welcomed the crowd. He said they lost one of their team during the pandemic. His name is Nick Lesslar. He was an EMT that looked after the crew. They gave a memorial tribute to him on the video wall.

Mercedez Blaze pinned Clementine after a spear off the second rope followed up by a rope hanging stunner. 
Alex Windsor beat Zoe Lucas by Windsor Knot submission in an intense back and forth match. Lucas came out wearing a tiara and cape after winning REV Pro’s “Queen Of The Ring” tournament a few weeks ago. This was Windsor’s first match back after suffering an injury four years ago.

Laura Di Matteo pinned Angel Hayze after a tombstone piledriver. Di Matteo wanted to shake hands after the match but Hayze rolled out of the ring and stumbled back to the locker room.

They showed backstage footage of Rhia O’Rielly and her heel stable attacking Jetta backstage. Jetta is one of the roster members scheduled for the Rumble main event.

The Gauntlet Match for the EVE International Title is up next. Debbie Keitel vs. Maddison Miles stars things off. Keitel pinned Maddison Miles after the Midnight Expresso pedigree finisher.

Emersyn Jayne is out next. She immediately hit the Shadowfax on Keitel to try and get an easy count out win but Keitel was able to get back in the ring just in time. Jayne pinned Keitel after a DVD.

Hyan is out next. Emersyn Jayne pinned Hyan after the Shadowfax followed up by a running knee strike. 

NightShade is out next so Kasey will be the last competitor to face either NightShade or Jayne. Emersyn Jayne pinned Nightshade after a reversal. 

EVE International Champion Kasey ran out with a chair and immediately hit Jayne with the Killing Joke but Jayne kicked out. Jayne threw the chair at Kasey then gave her a DVD on it. Kasey set the chair up between the turnbuckles and whipped Jayne into it to knock her out of the ring to the floor. Back in the ring, Kasey gave Jayne a powerbomb off the ropes on the top points of  two set up chairs in the ring. She later brought out lemons and a bag of thumbtacks from under the ring. Jayne slammed her in the tacks and squeezed lemon juice on her back. They exchanged German Suplex into the tacks. Kasey sent Jayne face first into the tacks with a running double knee shot to the back of the head. Jayne powerbombed Kasey right in the tack pile. Jayne brought out a table from under the ring. Kasey recovered and hit the Killing Joke but did not go for a pin.

Eve International Champion Kasey pinned Emersyn Jayne after slamming her off the ropes into the table in the ring.

The announcers said Skye Smitson was stuck in traffic. The crew is cleaning up the ring. Dann Read said the next show is October 2 and it will stream live. He said Jetta might have a concussion after the attack by The Uprising and may not be in the Rumble. He said Smitson is late so the Rumble is next and The Gambler will be revealed whether Smitson makes it to the show or not at the end of the broadcast. This ends the free portion of the event. 

The Rumble interval is every 60 seconds with over the top rope to the floor rules. Laura Di Matteo and Zoe Lucas start off at #1 and #2. 

Di Matteo eliminated Lucas in just a few seconds.

#3 Maddison Miles 

Di Mattteo eliminated Miles

#4- Alexxis Falcon 

#5- Kira Chimera 

#6- Ava White 

#7- Debbie Keitel 

#8- Natallie Skyes 

#9- Clementine 

#10- Gia Adams

#11- Amira Blair 

#12- Lana Austin 

#13- KT Hawkins 

Debbie Keitel was eliminated.

#14- Mercedes Blaze 

Ava White eliminated 

Chimera eliminated 

#15- NightShade 

#16- Sammi Baynz

#17- Jayla Dark (coming out of retirement for one night)

Alexxis Falcon eliminated.

#18- nobody came out so it was Jetta’s spot.

#19- Livvii Grace 

Baynz eliminated 

Clementine eliminated by Grace and NightShade

#20- Erin Angel

#21- Ronnie Knox 

Blair eliminated 

#22- Darcy Stone 

Lana Austin and KT eliminated. Gia as well. 

#23- Kasey 

#24- Jetta is out so we don’t know who was #18.

#25- Alex Windsor 

Darcy Stone eliminated 

Blaze eliminated 

#26- the announcers said it was supposed to be Emersyn Jayne but she’s not been medically cleared after wrestling earlier.

#27- Debbie Sharpe 

#28- Angel Hayze 

Hayze eliminated Alex Windsor.

Angel Hayze has been eliminated 

#29- Leah Owens leaves color commentary to compete in the match

Kasey eliminated Leah. Di Matteo eliminated Kasey. Kasey eliminated Di Matteo from the outside.

#30- EVE Champion Rhia O’Reilly 

Leah Owens is already back doing color commentary.

Rhia eliminated Knox and Skyes. Debbie Sharpe eliminated. Natalie Skyes eliminated. 

Rhia eliminated Jayla Dark. 

Jetta and Angel eliminated Grace. 

Rhia eliminated Erin Angel.

Jetta eliminated NightShade

Rhia and Jetta are the last two but NightShade and Grace stay at ringside to try to help Rhia.

Jetta won the Rumble and the title by eliminating Rhia O’Reilly. Rhia thought she won the match but Angel placed a chair down on the floor so Jetta wouldn’t land with both feet on the floor.  This is the first time Jetta has won the title in her career with the company. 

Skye Smitson came out and started cussing at the crowd and about the company. The feed briefly cut out but when it came back on Charlie Morgan made a triumphant return from injury and was revealed as The Gambler.

Charlie Morgan pinned Skye Smitson after the Implant DDT. She looked glowing and refreshed in her return. She still is a daredevil and did a flop dive off a huge ladder on Smitson while brawling in the crowd. The baby face locker room came out to congratulate her. She cut a promo and said there’s only one Charlie Morgan and only one EVE. She thanked the crowd for coming back. She congratulated Jetta on winning the title. The two are a couple in real life. Jetta’s music played and Morgan put her up on her shoulder like Randy Savage and Elizabeth as fireworks went off.

The broadcast ended but there will be a meeting and greet and after party at the show for VIP Ticket Holders.

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Capital Championship Wrestling Debut Show Results


Capital Championship Wrestling “Blood In The Sand” results from Houston, Delaware, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on 8/7/21 now on Title Match Network:

Valentina Vazquez and Vita VonStarr vs. Gabriella and unknown vs. Rebecca Scott and Kayla Sparks vs. The Renegade Twins (Robyn and Charlette) in a 4-Way Tag Team Elimination Match opens the show.Veda Scott was supposed to be the partner of Gabriella but she said she was injured after getting attacked by The Renegade Twins and their manager Kat Spencer. She ended up doing color commentary. She said Gabriella will apparently now wrestle alone against everyone else. The rules are both members of a team has to be eliminated separately and anyone can tag anyone.

Rebecca Scott pinned Valentina Vasquez after a super kick for the first elimination.

Kayla Sparks beat Vita VonStarr by Disqualification when VonStarr refused to stop choking Sparks in the ropes after the referee's five count. 

The Renegade Twins pinned Kayla Sparks after a Heart Attack type of double team finisher.

One of the Renegade Twins pinned Rebecca Scott with a roll up immediately after Sparks was eliminated. Gabriella is left alone against the twins as the final three.

One of the Renegade Twins pinned Garbriella after a spine buster. Seconds earlier, it looked like Gabriella managed to tap out a twin with a submission hold but the referee broke it up and the announcers didn’t seem to know how to call it. Both twins ended up double teaming Gabriella to set up the finish and Kat Spencer speared her after the match.

Rebecca Scott was mad at Kayla Sparks backstage for the loss and no longer wants to be a team.

Gabriella cut a demented promo backstage. She said she was left alone because of what the twins and Spencer did to Veda Scott. She said she now knows what they are capable of but soon they will know what she is capable of.

The Renegade Twins and Spencer were interviewed backstage. They were cool, confident and arrogant waiting on whoever can stop them.

Megan Bayne pinned Tina San Antonio after her swinging slam 

The next shows are 9/11/21, 11/6, and 12/4. There will be a tournament to crown the first champion with Masha Slamovich, Max The Impaler, KiLynn King, Willow Nightingale, Lady Frost, Queen Aminata, and Christi Jaynes named so far. 

Future Stars Of Women’s Wrestling Results 8/22/21: Title Change


Future Stars Of Women’s Wrestling “DLC” results from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at FSW Arena on 8/22/21 live on FITE:

Bryn Thorne won a 3-Way Match over Alice Blair and Tracy Grace by pinning Grace after a running knee strike.

Joseline Navarro pinned Vert Vixen after a Widow’s Peak. 

Viva Van pinned Jordan Blue with an Electric Chair Slam. Van is managed by MK who interfered at times but Van ended up winning clean.

Strella pinned CeCe Chanel after a chokeslam.

Jai Vidal and Katie Forbes beat Ricky Tenacious and Lola The Explorer when Forbes pinned Lola and Vidal pinned Tenacious at the same time.

Sandra Moone beat FSW Women’s Champion Mazzerati to win the title in the Doors, Ladders, and Chairs Match. She grabbed the title hanging above the ring after power bombing Mazzerati off the rungs of the ladder through a big red door set up by two chairs in the ring. Mazzerati’s face was all bloody during the match. Moone cut a promo after and thanked the crowd. She said she spent so much of her life and childhood in wrestling. She said when she started there wasn’t even a women’s division and now she’s the champion. She thanked the fans, her trainers and her family for their support when she had times of doubts. Good speech right from the heart. 

Mission Pro Wrestling “Shoot To Thrill” Results 8/20/21


Mission Pro Wrestling results of “Shoot To Thrill” from San Antonio, Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club live on Title Match Network on 8/20/21:

This is a benefit show for the area Salvation Army and they’re also looking for volunteers to get signed up for the holiday season. MPW owner Thunder Rosa is not at the show because she’s with the AEW crew in Chicago for AEW Rampage and the other AEW tapings for YouTube. To donate or volunteer online go to

Joe Galli is the ring announcer. Brittani Nikole and Nigel Rabid are the commentary team.

Chocolate Papi pinned Casey Blackrose with a driver. 

Dulce Tormenta and Hijo Del Imposter beat Mighty Mayra and Chip Garrison when Tormenta pinned Mayra after a spinning package piledriver. 

For the record, Thunder Rosa beat Heather Reckless by submission at the AEW tapings before AEW Rampage. Reckless is a student of the Black and Brave Wrestling Academy owned by Seth Rollins and Marek Brave.

Branden Vice pinned JP Harlow after a running kick. Stand-up comedian Coach Jeremiah Wilkerson was at ringside managing Harlow.

The W.O.A.D. pinned Kayla Sparks after the hip attack in the corner.


Drew Who and Pac Ortega beat Sabotage and Marcello when Who got the pin.

MadiWrenkowski pinned Rache Chanel after a knee strike to the head.

Joe Galli was interrupted in the ring. He got challenged to a match by Chris of the radio showThe Billy Madison Show.Chris had a donation bucket passed around and he told the crowd the stipulation will be the loser gets hit with a strap if fans give money to Salvation Army. Two other guys ran in and attacked Galli’s leg to soften him up.

Joe Galli pinned Chris Sifuentes with a cradle after surviving a figure four leg lock attempt. The two guys who attacked him ended up whipping Sifuentes. 

They said Galli was injured and couldn’t continue to do ring announcing so Brittani Nikole will now be doing double duty. 

Fuego Del Sol pinned Alex Arsenal after the Tornado DDT off the ropes. Del Sol cut a promo and put over MPW and indie wrestling. He said this is where the future stars come from and he wants fans to always support it.

Jazmin Allure pinned KiLynn King after hitting her with a foreign object while a mystery person dressed all in black got on the ring and distracted the referee. Allure was doing classic heel stalling at the start of the match. King got frustrated and cut a promo on her. Allure responded and told King she would put up the #1 con. spot for the MPW Title on the line in the match.

Ice Ribbon “15th Anniversary Show” Results 8/9/21:Title Changes


Ice Ribbon “15th Anniversary Show” results from Yokohama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Yokohama Budokan on 8/9/21:

Manami Toyota is at the event. She has been a friend and mentor to the company over the years.

Yuuki Mashiro, Mochi Miyagi and Cherry beat Nao Ishikawa, Saran, and Itsuki Aoki when Mashiro pinned Ishikawa with a clutch in 9:39. 

Banny Oikawa, Honori Hana, Momo Kohgo, and Rina Shingaki beat Asahi, Yappy, An Chamu, and Shizuku Tsukata when Shingaki pinned Asahi in 6:15.

Aja Kong and NATSUMI beat Hamuko Hoshi and Ibuki HoshI when NATSUMI pinned Ibuki after the back fist from Kong in 10:40.

Totoro Satsuki won the Triangle Ribbon Title in a 3-Way Match over Thekla (the champion) and Ram Kaichow by pinning Thekla in 10:20.

Akane Fujita beat Maika Ozaki by referee stoppage when Ozaki fainted in a submission hold. This was a 1# con. Match for the ICEx Infinity Title in 10:05.

Manami Toyota is out accompanying Tsukushi Haruka to the ring for the next match…

Nanae Takahashi pinned Tsukushi Haruka after the One Second EX in 9:14.

FantastICE Champion Rina Yamashita pinned Suzu Suzuki after Splash Mountain on a barb wire chair in a Death Match in 16:34. Suzuki’s face was bloody in the first few minutes and she had blood running down her lower back after the match. Yamashita helped her and walked with her to the locker room when it was over. They used light tubes and Hellboards as some of the weapons.

An intermission was taken so they can clean up the ringside and replace the canvas. It will be double duty to come for Tsukasa Fujimoto and Hiroyo Matsumoto. They defend the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles against Risa Sera and Maya Yukihi, then Fujimoto defends the ICEx Infinity Title against Matsumoto in the main event.

Risa Sera and Maya Yukik beat Tsukasa Fujimoto and Hiroyo Matsumoto to win the  International Ribbon Tag Team Titles when Sera pinned Fujimoto after the diving double knee drop in 22:40.

Not much rest for Fujimoto and Matsumoto or time to think about the Tag Titles loss. After Sera and Yukihi had their victory moment in the ring things settled for the main event introductions to begin.

ICEx Infinity Tsukasa Fujimoto pinned  Hiroyo Matsumoto in 17:21 with the Tsukka-Chan Bomb. Akane Fujita will be the next challenger at Korakuen Hall on 8/28/21.

STARDOM “5 STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 5) Results 8/9/21


STARDOM “5 STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 5) results from Matsumoto, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Kissei Culture Hall on 8/9/21:

Tam Nakano won a 3-Way Matxh over Mina Shirakawa and Hina by pinning Hina after the double chickenwing facebuster in 7;52.

Konami beat Unagi Sayaka by Triangle Lancer submission in a Blue Block Match for 2 points in 11:33. 2 points total for Konami. Sayaka has 4.

Maika pinned AZM with the Michinoku Driver in a Blue Block Match for 2 points in 7:58. She now has 6 points total in the tournament and leads the block so far. AZM has 2.

Starlight Kid, Saki Kashima,Ruaka, and Rina beat Mayu Iwatani, Koguma, Hanan, and Lady C when Ruaka pinned Lady C after the Freezer Bomb in 14:35.

Utami Hayshishita, Momo Watanabe, and Sayaka Unagi beat Giulia, Syuri, and NatsuPoi when Hayshishita pinned NatsuPoi with a German Suplex in 13:29.

The next show is 8/13/21.

STARDOM “5 STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 4) Results 8/8/21


STARDOM “5 STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 4) results from Osaka, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Edion Arena #2 on 8/8/21:

Unagi Sayaka won a 3-Way Match over AZM and Lady C with the fall on Lady C in 6:42.

Mayu Iwatani, Koguma, and Hanan beat Utami Hayashishita, Momo Watanabe, and Hina when Hana pinned Hina after a Blockbuster in 10:31.

Giulia and Syuri beat Konami and Rina when Syuri submitted Rina with a sharpshooter in 9:52. Giulia and Syuri will defend the Goddesses of STARDOM Tag Team Titles against Konami and Ruaka on 8/14/21 in Niigata.

Maika pinned Ruaka with a Michinoku Driver in a Blue Block Match in 4:44 for 2 points.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Saki Kashima in a Red Block Match in 10:12 for 2 points. Shirakawa got the win but Kashima did damage to her arm which could be part of a story for Shirakawa as the Tournament goes on over the next several weeks.

NatsuPoi vs. Starlight Kid in a Red Block Match ended in a draw when both were knocked out of the ring in 9:43. Because of the draw ruling, both earn a point each. From what our correspondent Tomi Yamada tells us, Kid cut a promo at NatsuPoi in the ring  afterwards and challenged her for the High Speed Title.

Saya Kamitani pinned Tam Nakano with a Frankensteiner in a Blue Block Match in 13:18 for 2 points. Nakano is still selling the arm injury from Konami’s attack on 8/1/21.

STARDOM “5 STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 3) Results 8/7/21


STARDOM “5 STARDOM Grand Prix 2021” (Day 3) results from Osaka, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Edion Arena #2 on 8/7/21:

Mina Shirakawa won a 3-Way Match over Starlight Kid and Hina by pinning Hina in 9:28.

Momo Watanabe and Saya Kamitani beat Konami and Rina when Kamitani pinned Rina after the Star Crusher in 7:55.

Maya Iwatani, Koguma, and Hanan beat Maika, NatsuPoi, and Lady C when Koguma pinned Lady C with a German Suples in 10:26.

Tam Nakano pinned Ruaka after the Violet Shooting in 7:41 of a Blue Block Tournament Match. 2 points for Nakano who now has 4 points. Ruaka has 0 but this was her first match of the tournament so far.

Saki Kashima pinned Giulia in 9:59 of a Red Block Match. 2 points so far for Kashima. Giulia with 2 points as well.

Utami Hayashishita pinned Unagi Sayaka with a German Suplex in a Blue Block Match in 11:35 for 2 points. Both have 4 points so far.

AZM pinned Syuri with the Azumi Sushi in a Blue Block Match in 13:38. AZM has 2 points so. Syuri has 4.

Tournament action continues on 8/8, 8/9, 8/13/, 8/14, 8/15, 8/21, 8/22, 8/28, 8/29, 9/4, 9/5, 9/6, 9/11, 9/12, 9/18, 9/20, 9/23, and 9/25 (tournament finals).

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling Results 8/7/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Nagoya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Nagoya Civic Gymnasium 3rd Stadium on 8/7/21 live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

Rika Tatsumi pinned Kaya Toribami after the Twist of Fate.

Hyper Misao and Mirai Maiumi beat Raku and Pom Harajuku when Misao pinned Harajuku.

Yuki Kamifuku won a 3-Way Match over Marika Kobashi and Haruna Neko by pinning Neko after the Famouser.

Mizuki and Nao Kakuta beat Hikari Noa and Arisu Endo when Mizuki pinned Endo with the Cutie Soecial. 

Miu Watanabe and Suzume beat Shoko Nakajima and Nodoka Tenma when Watanabe pinned Tenma after the Teardrop.

Miyu Yamashita and Yuki Arai beat Yuki Anio and Moka Miyamoto when Arai pinned Miyamoto in 11:12. This was a win for Arai in her hometown. They announced TJPW will be back in Nagoya on 12/18/21 at the Congress Center. Arai challenged Yamashita to a singles match for that show.

The Tokyo Princess Cup semifinals take place on 8/14/21 at Korakuen Hall with Shoko Nakajima vs. Miu Watanabe and Maki Itoh vs. Mizuki. The finals are at Korakuen as well on 8/15/21. Both events will be live on WU.

AEW Will Expand Programming And Content With WarnerMedia


Turner Networks has three more AEW television projects being developed. We were told a couple of them “could likely be” a reality show and/or a documentary series. These shows are in addition to AEW Rampage (which will debut on TNT on 8/13/21) and the upcoming reality show “Rhodes To The Top” starring Cody and Brandi Rhodes (scheduled to debut in late 2021).

AEW and its roster are also being planned to appear in future projects and marketing for other WarnerMedia divisions such as DC Entertainment and HBO Max.

NWA Empowerrr Confirms Chelsea Green, Indie Show Postponed Over Empowerrr

Mickey James officially announced Chelsea Green will be part of the all-women NWA Empowerrr pay-per-view on FITE on 8/28/21 from St. Louis and live on FITE. It confirms what we first reported on 7/28/21. 

Renegade Wrestling Revolution has postponed their 8/27/21 “Too Hot To Handle” event in Texas City, Texas, not only because of Green pulling off the card for NWA Empowerrr,  but we were told today “a few other girls” who were booked are apparently also going to be at NWA Empowerrr. Those names weren’t given to us, but here was the scheduled women’s matches for  “Too Hot To Handle”: 

Chelsea Green vs. Raychell Rose
DiamantΓ© vs. Rok-C
Jazmin Allure vs. Promise Braxton 
Vipress vs. Leila Grey 
Danni Bee vs. Mia Friday (originally planned as Danni Bee vs. Hollyhood Haley J)
Alejandra The Lion vs. Amber Rodriguez 

As far as the rest of the NWA Empowerrr show goes so far, the winner of tonight’s Leyla Hirsch vs. The Bunny match on AEW Dynamite will receive a title shot at NWA Worlds Women’s Champion Kamille at the pay-per-view. Unless there’s an upset, Hirsch is likely to go over because The Bunny has been in the roles of valet and glorified talent enhancement. The long vacant NWA Women’s Tag Team Titles will be decided in a match yet to be announced. Impact Knockouts Champion Deonna Purazzo will defend that title against a yet to be named challenger. Jamie Senegal (with Pollo Del Mar) and Tootie Lynn have also been announced for the show. Kylie Rae and JennaCide are also expected to be on it based on the event poster.

There are some people who are not happy with Mickey James’ involvement in the NWA now. She immediately made herself the face and top star of the NWA Women’s Division and NWA Empowerrr in her company debut after being released by WWE this year. She is the producer of Empowerrr but she is not scheduled to wrestle on the show. However, she will be in action the next night at NWA’s 73rd Anniversary pay-per-view event on FITE also in St. Louis against a yet to be named opponent. The feeling is that she’s overshadowing the rest of the women on camera and behind the scenes like her husband NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis has the reputation of doing in the men’s division. The running joke among some is “NWA actually stands for Nick’s Wrestling Alliance” and James is another authority figure version of Stephanie McMahon. NWA announcer Joe Galli worked as play by play announcer for some indie shows last month and he name dropped Mickey James and NWA Empowerrr countless times during the women’s matches of those shows even though James was not even at them. 

Alex Bliss’ Lilly Helping Out Chucky?

There is talk of the horror movie villain Chucky possibly popping up in some form on WWE Raw in the next couple of months to interact with Lilly, the demonic doll owned by Alex Bliss. The crossover appearance would be to promote the upcoming Chucky TV series. “Chucky” will be a SYFY channel show but the Season 1 premiere episode will air simulcast with sister network USA on 10/12/21 at 10pm EST.

Our sister website “Wrestling…. with Demons” was told that “Chucky” is finally scheduled to wrap up production next week. It’s being filmed in Toronto. Brad Dourif is once again the voice of Chucky. The show was delayed last year because of the virus pandemic. Commercials for the show have already been airing heavily during WWE Raw over the last few weeks as Syfy has high hopes for its success.

If Chucky does show up on Raw, it wouldn’t be the first time he’s done a crossover promotion in the world of pro wrestling. In 1998 he showed up on WCW Nitro to interrupt a Mean Gene Okerlund interview with Rick Steiner in the ring so he could plug “Bride of Chucky” released in theaters that year.

In other Lilly news, despite being panned by most pro wrestling critics, the character has been a hit for WWE Shop merchandise sales. The $30 plush replica of the doll sold out last month. It has been restocked as of this writing.

Joshi Legend Has COVID-19, More Shows Cancelled In Japan

 World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana founder and current Diana World Champion Kyoko Inoue has tested positive for COVID-19 and is recovering at home. All of the Diana events for August have been cancelled because of the situation. They will hopefully return to action on 9/20/21 at Yokohama Radiant Hall

Marvelous has cancelled their 8/8/21 show at Korakuen Hall because of the increasing cases of the virus.

Sendai Girls has postponed their 8/14/21 show in Miyagi. 

In a bit of good news, Ryo Mizumori noted on her social media that she has been released from the hospital to recover from COVID-19 at home.

REV Pro “Queen Of The Ring” Results 7/31/21


Revolution Pro Wrestling “Queen Of The Ring” Tournament results from Liverpool, U.K. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ at The Commemoration Hall on 7/31/21:

The tournament was part of REV Pro double header shows “Day of Reckoning” and “Live in Huntington 2” which also had men’s matches on the show. 

Clementine pinned CHAKARA with a backslide in a tournament match but CHAKARA attacked her in the leg afterwards to try to force her out of the tournament with an injury.

Zoe Lucas pinned Amira Blair in a tournament match after interference from Mariah May. May is the new tag partner and henchmen tor Lucas now that Bobbi Tyler is in NXT UK (as Stevie Turner). They call themselves Dream Dollz. Blair was a last minute substitute for Maria De La Rosa who wasn’t able to make it to the show. 

Gisele Shaw beat Skye Smitson with the arm bar submission in a tournament match.

Hyan pinned Mariah May after The Beauty Sleep in a tournament match. America’s Hyan will be in the UK for two months. I’m told the majority of that time will be with REV Pro but she will make a few appearances for other Brit groups. She’s the current Heart of SHIMMER Champion.

Zoe Lucas pinned Clementine in a tournament semifinals match after CHAKARA once again attacked Clementine.

Hyan pinned Gisele Shaw in a tournament semifinals match. They showed respect to each other afterwards and Hyan bowed to Shaw. 

Zoe Lucas pinned Hyan to win the finals of the Queen Of The Ring Tournament after lots of interference. Mariah May was getting involved and Gisele Shaw tried to stop her. They ended up brawling with each other back to the locker room. It looked like it would be a fair match but then Kenneth Halfpenny and Shaun Jackson ran in and attacked Hyan to help Lucas get the win. They are her new male faction members. Lucas will get a title shot at Undisputed British Women’s Champion Gisele Shaw as the reward of the tournament victory.

On the 8/1/21 show in London at 229 The Venue, there was an in-ring ceremony for Lucas put on by Halfpenny, Jackson and May. Hyan came out to confront them and the segment set up a match between her and May. 

Hyan pinned Mariah May after The Beauty Sleep. It was the only women’s match on the card.

Maki Itoh Injured


Maki Itoh will be out of action for at least two to four weeks after suffering a fractured left cheekbone. The hope is that she will be able to recover in time for the 8th Tokyo Princess Cup semifinals show on 8/14/21 where she will face Mizuki in the tournament. (Shoko Nakajima vs. Miu Watanabe is the other semifinals match).

Itoh’s injury happened against Suzume on 7/31/21 in the quarterfinals of the tournament. She had a noticeable bloody laceration under her eye when the match was over.

The semifinals and finals (on 8/15) of the tournament will air live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE.

WWE Detroit SuperShow Results 8/1/21: Raw Women’s Title And Smackdown Women’s Title Matches


WWE SuperShow results from Detroit, Michigan, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Little Ceasars Arena on 8/1/21:

This is the first WWE Detroit show since December 27, 2019 because of the virus pandemic. Drew McIntyre was on local media this weekend to promote tonight’s return event. The crowd is very lively and in a festive mood. It’s one of the biggest crowds here in some time for a house show.

Big E. pinned Seth Rollins after the Big Ending. The crowd was all over Rollins chanting “We Want Becky!”. He arrogantly reacted with the body language and gestured that they should be cheering for him instead.

The next match is Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre. Jinder Mahal attacked McIntyre before the match like he’s been doing on these SuperShows. 

Drew McIntyre pinned Sheamus in a non-US Title Match after the Claymore Kick. Jinder Mahal  also got a Claymore Kick when he went after McIntyre again.

Legendary Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty is at the show. He’s made guest appearances for Insane Wrestling Revolution in Monroe, Michigan that Rhino is involved with. Their next show in Monroe is 8/26.

WWE Raw Women’s Champion Nikki A.S.H. won a Triple Threat over Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley by pinning Charlotte as Charlotte had Ripley in Figure Eight. Flair faces Nikki A.S.H. on Raw tomorrow night in a No Holds Barred Match.

WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP beat Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods and left them both laid out after.

Adult actress Kendra Lust is in attendance. She’s a Michigan native and a huge fan of pro wrestling and MMA. She has a YouTube show that covers it along with the adult entertainment industry. It’s called Beauty & The Beast.


WWE Intercontinental Champion Apollo Crews won a Fatal 4-Way Match over Shinsuke Nakamura, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens by pinning Nakamura. 

WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair went to a Double Count Out with Sasha Banks. WWE Executive Sonya DeVille appeared and ordered the match restarted. Belair pinned Banks with a back bridging cover to win the match.

John Cena, Rey Misterio, and Dominick Misterio beat WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Smackdown Tag Team Champions The Usos (Jimmy and Jey) when Cena pinned one of the Usos after an Attitude Adjustment.

STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” Tournament (Day 2) Results 8/1/21


STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” Tournament (Day 2) results from Kanagawa, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Yokohama Budokan on 8/1/21 live on PIA pay-per-view:

This event will only be available to order and watch as a ppv until 8/3/21 then it goes to STARDOM World as VOD. It’s Japanese commentary only because there was no English simulcast broadcast team available this weekend due to other commitments. Haruo Murata is part of today’s team with Yuzuki Aikawa. Aikawa won the very first 5-STAR Grand Prix over Kyoko Kimura back in 2012 and she is a former Wonder of STARDOM Champion and a former Goddesses of STARDOM Tag Team Champion (with Yoko Bito).

Ruaka and Rina won a 3-Way Tag Team Match over Mina Shirakawa and Lady C… Koguma and Hanan in 5:11 when Rina pinned Hanan with a jackknife cover. This was a dark match.

They aired the same great video package from last night showing footage of all the past 5-STAR winners from 2012 to 2020 to open the show.

Unagi Sayaka pinned AZM with the Taigi De Atta in 8:21 of a Blue Block Match for 2 points. This was a fantastic opener with nom stop action. AZM gave Sayaka a brutal looking diving double stomp right to the gut. Sayaka dumped AZM face first to the mat after a Code Breaker out of the corner then followed up with the Frog Splash but AZM kicked out.

Starlight Kid pinned Saki Kashima in a Red Block Match after her Black Tiger PilefDriver finisher for 2 points in 8:46. Kashima was down on the mat favoring her head in pain afterwards but Kid showed no sympathy. Kid gloated and lifted Kashima up ton put the black mask on her and then walked out of the ring to the back with the mask.

NatsuPoi pinned Momo Watanabe with a high speed style cradle in a Red Block Match for 2 points in 9:44. Watanabe battered NatsuPoi’s head with kicks. She hit the B Driver later on in the match but couldn’t follow up for the pin because of feeling the pains of an earlier submission attempt by NatsuPoi.

Tam Nakano pinned Konami with the Twilight Dream Suplex in a Blue Block Match for 2 points in 10:45. Konami back jumped her after the ring introduction and tossed her to the outside. She viciously attacked her arm by sandwiching it between a chair and ramming her arm first into the ring post. She then hit Nakano’s arm with another chair on top of it. She went back into the ring and sat in the middle hoping Nakano would get counted out. When that didn’t work, she tried to use the Triangle Lancer submission on her arm.

Utami Hayashishita pinned Saya Kamitani in a Blue Block Match after the BT Bomb for 2 points in 14:19. They shook hands and hugged afterwards. Kamitani managed to hit the Star Crusher but it wasn’t enough to keep Hayashishita down.

AZM is with the announcers as guest commentator.

Syuri pinned Maika in a Blue Block Match after her flamer driver finisher. Hard hitting match that saw them at one point get each other in a knuckle lock and repeatedly head butt each other in rapid fire motion to try to get the other to break the hold. Time of the fall was 16:38. Syuri cut a promo and said Maika has a bright future but she will not win the tournament this year because she is going to win it.

Mayu Iwatani pinned Giulia with a Dragon Suplex in 18:30!in a Red Block Match for 2 points. This was another match of the year candidate. Giulia gave Iwatani a dangerous looking Hangman’s Neckbreaker off the apron onto the floor. Iwatani made it back in the ring at the count of 19. Giulia hit her in the back of the head with a missile drop kick followed later by a release German Suplex. Iwatani recovered and delivered a crucifix driver. She went for the Moonsault but Giulia caught her in a submission hold. Iwatani managed to get out of it and blasted Giulia with a series of kicks and another Moonsault. Giulia fought back and got Iwatani with a Glorious Driver. She was going to try for another one but Iwatani reversed it and gave her a Tombstone Piledriver. Iwatani cut a passionate promo and said she will win this year. She won it back in 2018.

Mission Pro “Play Hard, Hustle Harder” Results 7/31/21: Thunder Rosa vs. Janai Kai, New #1 Contender


Mission Pro Wrestling “Play Hard, Hustle Harder” news and results from Conroe,Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Southern Star Brewing Company on 7/31/21 live on Title Match Network:

Mission Pro Wrestling will still continue even with Thunder Rosa now in AEW full time. The company just bought a ring and trailer for themselves several days ago. This show is the first time the ring is being used. MPW had been renting one until now.

Tonight’s broadcast team will be Brittani Nikole and News 4 San Antonio’s Joe Galli. Sam Leterna is the ring announcer. 

Robert Bayne, JP Harlow, Lady Bird Monroe, and Gigi Rey were the talent picked to have showcase matches on the card by Thunder Rosa from her training seminar that took place earlier today. The seminar was open to both women and men.

Abadon did a pic and autograph signing at the building but she was never scheduled to compete tonight.

MPW will hit the road for a show in Greensboro, North Carolina on 8/14/21.

There will be a MPW benefit show for the San Antonio Salvation Army on 8/20/21. Thunder Rosa and her family have volunteered for the chapter on occasions over the years.

In the interest of transparency, Joshi Sun-Times is one of the sponsors of MPW “Play Hard, Hustle Harder”. We don’t not have any input in the booking or production of the event, it’s only a sponsorship and advertising opportunity for us.


Robert Bayne beat JP Harlow by referee stoppage with choke submission hold. Bayne’s manager Kaitlyn Alexis distracted the referee to lead to the finish. This was a special men’s showcase match.

Dani Mo pinned Kenzie Paige after a running springboard crossbody block from the top rope cable.

Dulce Tormenta and Madi Wrenkowski went to a Double Count Out with The Renegade Twins (Robyn and Charlette) as all four were brawling on the floor.

Skye Blue pinned Zoey Skye with a back bridging cover. Zoey Skye was formerly known as Angel Dust and Dust in RISE and SHIMMER. She’s held the RISE Title and RISE Tag Team Titles. She is a former Heart of SHIMMER Champion. She held the main title for the MPWA group in Michigan under the Zoey Skye name.


Gigi Rey pinned Lady Bird Monroe after a back breaker on the knee in the special women’s showcase match.

Thunder Rosa beat Janai Kai by choke submission. Excellent match that had an intense mix of everything. Mat work, great exchanges, brawling on the outside, and lots of strikes and kicks. Rosa got on the mic and said Kai was the toughest challenge she’s had in a while. She said MPW is now self sufficient and thanked the fans for their support. She called out AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker and wants another title shot which got a big reaction from the crowd.

Jasmine Allure won a #1 con. MPW Title 3-Way Match over JennaCide and Vert Vixen by pinning JennaCide with a roll up and holding the tights. Allure came out with Ava Wilde and The Renegade Twins but the referee would only allow one person of the “alluring” stable to stay at ringside. The twins went to the back. Wilde got on the ring to try to interfere but fell to the floor after colliding into Vixen and JennaCide. JennaCide looked like she was about to pin Vixen when Allure scrambled back in the ring to steal the win. This was supposed to be a second round of a #1 con. Tournament with Alex Gracia vs. Allure and Vixen vs. JennaCide, but Gracia did not make it to the show. Allure had her own heel stable poster made up for the show.

MPW Champion La Rosa Negra pinned Holidead after the frog splash in an incredible match which earned a standing ovation. They were given lots of time. Negra did a torpedo dive on Holidead who was laid out in the front row. It looked amazing and it hit the target with no fans injured in the process. Holidead later grabbed her and swung her a couple of times into the concrete wall. Both are fan favorites so the crowd was split. After the match, Allure, The Renegade Twins, and Wilde came out to surround the ring. Madi Wrenkowski and Dulce Tormenta ran in to back Negra up. The heels didn’t attack and backed off.

ECWA Women’s Super 8 Tournament Results 7/31/21


ECWA Women’s Super 8 Tournament results from Paulsboro, New Jersey, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at the Monster Factory on 7/31/21 live on IWTV: 

Kaia McKenna is off the show due to a shoulder issue. She should be back in a few weeks after some psychical therapy. Megan Bayne will replace her in the tournament.

All of this year’s tournament competitors came to the ring to be introduced to the crowd one by one with the trophy on display. Brady Hicks and A Very Good Professional Wrestler are the broadcast team. They were introduced in the ring as well. AVGPW did his gimmick where he hogs the spotlight as his theme music plays..

Megan Bayne pinned Damaris Dawkins after her swinging uranage slam in a tournament match.

Vicious Vicki beat Gabby Ortiz by submission using her legs for a choke hold in a tournament match.

Ashley D’Amboise pinned Adena Steele with a Michinoku Driver in a tournament match.

Tima San Antonio pinned Erica Leigh with a face buster finisher in a tournament match.

IWTV Independent Champion Wheeler Yuta pinned Killian McMurphy in a match that was the 99th defense of the title. The referee was accidentally bumped by both guys. While he was down, McMurphy’s heel manager Dustin Wilson got in the ring to try to hit Yuta with the title belt. A Very Good Professional Wrestler left the broadcast table and gave Wilson a big slap followed by a DDT. He then threw Yuta and McMurphy out of the ring to the floor and woke up the referee to try to get both guys counted out but it didn’t work. AVGPW is currently out of action with a broken leg. Yuta now goes on to defend the title against Daniel Garcia at IWTV 100 on 8/8/21.


Megan Bayne pinned Gabby Ortiz after the swinging uranage slam when Ortiz went for a cross body off the second rope but got caught. Bayne advances to the finals of the tournament.

Ashley D’Amboise pinned Tina San Antonio after a snapping DVD to advance to the finals.

L.A. Vin pinned Alex Anthony in a #1 con. Match for the ECWA Legacy Title. They shook hands afterwards

ECWA Champion Mr. Ooh Lala won a 3-Way Match over  Mike Law and World-1 Champion Joey Ace by pinning Ace after a stunner. Both belts were on the line. Mr. Ooh Lala is now World-1 Champion.

The ECWA 54th Anniversary show is on 9/18/21.

The tournament trophy was brought to the ring for the main event. Bayne has come to the ring each time with her servant but the servant hasn’t stayed at ringside for any of it.

Megan Bayne pinned Ashley D’Amboise after the swinging uranage slam to win the ECWA Women’s Super 8 Tournament 2021. All the other competitors came out to congratulate her. Bayne cut a promo and said it was an honor to be in the ring with the others but the gold always goes home with her. She held up the trophy high on her way to the back. The announcers said Bayne gets a shot at the IWTV Title by winning the tournament.

STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” (Day 1) Results 7/31/21


STARDOM “5-STAR Grand Prix 2021” Tournament (Day 1) results from Kanagawa, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Yokohama Budokan on 7/31/21 live on PIA pay-per-view:

This show is only available in Japanese commentary and will only be available as a ppv until 8/3/21. It will then move to STARDOM World as VOD next week. Miki Motoi is on the broadcast team as play by play announcer..She’s a weather forecaster in Japan who has made broadcasting appearances for New Japan Pro Wrestling and CMLL. Apparently the reason for no English simulcast is because Stewart Fulton is working on commentary for NOAH this weekend.

The rules of the tournament: winners of each match get 2 points, 1 point each for time limit draws, and 0 points for a loss. This is a round robin tournament that will span 21 shows with the finals taking place on 9/25/21 at Ota City Gymnasium. Day 2 will be live on PIA ppv on 8/1/21 at 1am EST with only Japanese commentary again. I would imagine the semifinals and finals will be on ppv as well.The other dates will be on STARDOM World as VOD a day or two after they take place. 

Konami, Saki Kashima, Ruaka, and Rina beat AZM, Hanan, Hina, and Lady C when Kashima pinned Lady C after My Emblem in 4:15. This was a dark match.

A nice video package opened the ppv showing footage of all the past tournament winners from 2012 to 2020.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Fukigen Death with a cradle in 4:39 of a Red Block Match for 2 points.Konami brought Death to the ring on a leash. She stayed at ringside and tripped Shirakawa up from the outside during the match but her interference didn’t effect the outcome.

Koguma pinned Natsupoi with a German Suplex in 10:16 of a Red Block Match for 2 points. NatsuPoi is currently the High Speed Champion and started out quickly like it was a High Speed Matxh by trying to pin Koguma with a series of fast roll ups.

Giulia pinned Starlight Kid after a Northern Lights Bomb for 2 points in 13:47 of a Red Block Match. Good match that saw Kid with a methodical and aggressive side in addition to her quickness and high flying. She worked over Giulia’s leg for a good chunk of the match hoping to get a submission. She delivered the Moonsault but Giulia caught her as she landed and locked her in a submission hold. It looked like Kid was going to tap out but she got a foot on the rope. They traded a series of pin attempts in the closing moments then Giulia hit the NLB for the win.She was going to give her another NLB after the match but the referee stopped her.

Unagi Sayaka pinned Tam Nakano with the Taigi de Atta for 2 points in a Blue Block Match in 13:16. Nakano tried to go for what looked like a Tiger Suplex twice but Sayaka was able to escape and hit the finisher. Nakano wanted to shake hands after but Sayaka refused then Nakano left with Mina Shirakawa who was at ringside. The three are currently the Artists of STARDOM Champions.

Syuri pinned Saya Kamitani after her flame driver finisher in 14:37 of a Blue Block Match for 2 points.

NatsuPoi joined the announcers for guest commentary.

Momo Watanabe pinned Mayu Iwatani with the Peach Bomb in 17:37 in a Red Block Match for 2 points. This was a match it the year candidate with lots of intense back and forth action. They shook hands afterwards. Iwatani had a big laceration on her chin towards the end. The doctor got in the ring when it was over to check if she could properly move her jaw still. She seemed fine then the camera quickly showed her being carried off.

Maika pinned Utami Hayashishita with a Michinoku Driver in a Blue Block Match for 2 points in 19:26. The almost went to a draw. Maika cut a very confident end authoritative victory promo to close the show.

Tokyo Joshi Pro “8th Tokyo Princess Cup” Tournament (Day 5) Results 7/31/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling “8th Tokyo Princess Cup” Tournament (Day 5) results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ Shinjuku FACE on 7/31/21 live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

Mirai Maiumi, Pom Harajuku, and Kaya Toribami beat Yuki Kamifuku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Moka Miyamoto when Harajuku pinned Miyamoto after the Pom De Justice.

Hyper Misao won a 3-Way Match over Nodoka Tenma and Haruna Neko by pinning Neko.

Hikari Noa, Raku, and Yuki Arai beat Nao Kakuta, Marika Kobashi, and Arisu Endo when Noa pinned Endo with the Blizzard Suplex.

Maki Itoh beat Suzume by submission in a Tokyo Princess Cup quarterfinals match.

Miu Watanabe pinned Yuki Aino after the Tear Drop in a Tokyo Princess Cup quarterfinals match.

Shoko Nakajima pinned Rika Tatsumi after a diving senton in a Tokyo Princess Cup quarterfinals match.

Mizuki pinned Miyu Yamashita with a Cutie Special in a Tokyo Princess Cup quarterfinals match.

The semifinals are 8/14 and finals are 8/15. A non tournament show will also air live on WU on 8/7/21.

Yuka Sakazaki Is Back In Japan After AEW Appearances

 Yuka Sakazaki returned to Japan after a few weeks trip to America for AEW. Due to the ongoing virus pandemic she is in quarantine but is scheduled to get back to action for Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling at the Korakuen Hall show on 8/14/21.

Sakazaki had four matches during this excursion with AEW and they were all victories. She defeated KiLynn King on AEW Dark Elevation on 7/7/21, Penelope Ford on AEW Dynamite on 7/14/21, Amber Nova on 7/21/21, and Dani Jordyn on AEW Dark: Elevation (which was taped in Charlotte on 7/28/21 to air on YouTube next week).

The List Of Joshi Wrestlers With COVID-19 Continues Grow

It’s unfortunate and very disturbing that so many female pro wrestlers in Japan have tested positive for COVID-19 in just the past few days to the point that we keep getting more names added after we posted news on previous lists of names. 

Maya Yukihi of Ice Ribbon tested positive on 7/28/21 but she is asymptomatic. She will miss the 7/31/21 and 8/1/21 shows. Those shows are still scheduled to go on as on now with 7/31 available to watch live on Nico pay-per-view. Yukihi will be quarantined until 8/7/21.

Madeline who works for Diana, Pro Wrestling WAVE, Ice Ribbon, and Pure-J was not feeling well on 7/28/21 and tested positive. 

Legendary referee Tommy Ran tested positive as well but she is asymptomatic. Ran has been a referee since the early 1980s for numerous Joshi groups starting with All Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling when she was a teenager. She had been wearing a plastic face shield while officiating matches for Marvelous and WAVE since the start of the virus pandemic.

Momo Tani, Makoto, Chikayo Nagashima, and Itsuki Aoki also all tested positive recently.

A few wrestlers are being pulled off of the OZ Academy and WAVE events on Sunday out of precaution after being in close contact to those who have tested positive.

A Few More Joshi Wrestlers Hit With COVID-19


Manami and Mika Iwata of Sendai Girls have tested positive for COVID-19. Both are experiencing mild symptoms. As a result, Sendai Girls has announced it is postponing the 8/14/21 show in Miyagi.

Yuu, who is a freelancer, has also tested positive for the virus. Her most recent match was with Pro Wrestling WAVE on 7/24/21. She and Yurika Oka lost to Mio Momono and Yumi Ohka on the show.

Tiger Queen Debuts For Real Japan Pro Wrestling 7/29/21


Tiger Queen made her highly awaited debut on today’s Real Japan Pro Wrestling show in Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall. She pinned Rina Yamashita in the main event of the evening with a Tiger Suplex in 12:24. She is female the protege of the original Tiger Mask and Jaguar Yokota with a gimmick and style in the tradition of Tiger Mask.

In the other joshi match on the card, Jaguar Yokota won a 3-Match over Kyoko Inoue and Deborah K by pinning Deborah K after the rolling heel drop in 6:54.

Here are the full results of the event:

Super Rider and Yuko Miyamoto beat TORU and Takafumi Ito when Miyamoto pinned Ito with a clutch in 8:36.

Minoru Tanaka and Tatsuhito Takaiwa beat Kendo Kashin and Shogun Okamoto when Takaiwa pinned Okamoto after a DVB in 11:27.

Jaguar Yokota won a 3-Match over Kyoko Inoue and Deborah K by pinning Deborah K after the rolling heel drop in 6:54.

Super Tiger and Fuminori Abe beat Masayuki Kono and Hayato Mashita when Tiger pinned Mashita in 12:54.

Masakatsu Funaki beat Masashi Takeda by arm breaker submission in 8:26.

Tiger Queen Rina Yamashita in the main event of the evening with a Tiger Suplex in 12:24. 

KAORU’s Injury Forces Postponement Of Her Retirement Event


KAORU was injured on the Marvelous show back on 7/19/21 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. It happened during a hardcore 6-man tag team match with her, ASUKA, and Chikayo Nagashima vs. Mikoto Shindo, Tomoko Watanabe, and Yuki Miyazaki. She was on a ladder that tipped over sending her to the floor in a bad bump. ASUKA pinned Shindo to win the match after a moonsault off the top of a ladder.

KAORU ended up suffering a fractured knee and ankle. She was scheduled to have surgery today (7/29/21) and is expected to be out of action possibly six months. Back in December, she announced that she would retire in August as this is her 35th Anniversary in pro wrestling. That 8/8/21 Marvelous show at Korakuen Hall will still go on as of now despite her injury and the ongoing virus pandemic. It will be a celebration of her anniversary and not the planned retirement match and ceremony (they will also celebrate the pro wrestling anniversaries of Chigusa Nagayo and Mikoto Shindo). She plans to make a comeback for a final match and have her retirement celebration at a later date. 

She has had several bad injuries during her career including a broken femur, a broken heel, and a torn ACL.

Joshi Wrestlers Hit By COVID-19


There has been a serious surge of COVID-19 cases around the world over the last few days. Japanese pro wrestling is once again feeling the effects and it’s causing some companies to start to postpone shows while others are debating doing so all over again just like last year.

Ryo Mizumani is currently hospitalized  because of COVID-19. She had a fever and tested positive on 7/26/21. She has now started to develop pneumonia from it.

SEADLINNNG announced Nanae Takahashi and Honori Hana have COVID-19. Both tested positive on 7/26/21 as well,  but they are recovering at home. The rest of the roster was tested and tests came back negative.

Ami Miura of ActWres Girl’z tested positive for COVID-19 on 7/27/21 after complaining of a headache and fever the night before.

SEADLINNNG postponed their 7/26/21 show at Shinkiba 1st Ring. Sendai Girls postponed their 7/24/21 and 7/25/21 shows.

Chelsea Green To Work NWA PPV, Pulls Out Of Indie Show


Chelsea Green will be part of the NWA Empower women’s pay-per-view on 8/28/21 in St. Louis, Missouri at Chase Park Plaza.

Green was in the middle of a bizarre situation over the weekend at the Hurricane Pro Wrestling show in Beaumont, Texas. She faced HPW Cruiserweight Champion Miranda Alize and they ended up going to a Double Disqualification when they both assaulted the referee. Texas indie regular Raychell Rose was in attendance but she was not booked on the card. She began heckling and taunting Alize and gave her a double middle finger in an attempt to provoke Alize. This was not an angle or part of any storyline. Rose and Alize have had heat over the years during their time on the Texas indie scene. Allegedly, Alize responded by throwing a drink at Rose during the course of the evening. 

Rose was at the show with the promoter of the Texas based Renegade Wrestling Revolution group and at least one other individual. They were asked to leave because of causing a scene.

Ironically, Raychell Rose was scheduled to take on Chelsea Green in the main event of the Renegade Wrestling Revolution and Reality of Wrestling combined event on 8/27/21 in Texas City, Texas at Booker T’s World Gym Arena. Joshi Sun-Times was suddenly informed late last night by a few sources that Green has now pulled out of that show. It was being built all around her and it is titled “Too Hot To Handle” based on her “Hot Mess” nickname. As of this writing RWR, ROW, and Green have not made any public announcement yet. 

FMW-E Announces Women’s Names For 2021 Explosion Tournament


Atsushi Onita’s new FMW-E group will be have a women’s death match tournament called The Explosion Princess Tournament starting on 9/12/21 in Kanagawa, Japan. The wrestlers competing are Thekla, Madeline, Miss Mongol, Rydeen Hagane, Risa Sera, Anncham, Akane Fujita, and Suzu Suzuki.

The tournament will continue on 10/24/21. The the semifinals will be held on November 21 and December 19 is the  finals.

This could all be subject to change as the virus pandemic has once again increased cases of Covid-19 drastically in Japan in just the last few days.

Jaguar Yokota’s 45th Wrestling Anniversary & 60th Birthday Party Results 7/25/21


Jaguar Yokota’s 45th Wrestling Anniversary and 60th Birthday Party results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Hotel Metropolitan Edmont on 7/25/21: 

Megumi Yabushita and Madeline beat KAZUKI and Ranmaru when Yabushita pinned Ranmaru after a missile drop kick in 10:23.

Ayako Sato went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Asuka.

Jaguar Yokota, Takako Inoue, and Kaoru Ito beat Aja Kong, Kyoko Inoue, and Tomoko Watanabe when Yokota pinned Kyoko Inoue with an Oklahoma Roll in 13:38.

Yokota held the WWWA World Single Title twice, the WWWA Tag Team Titles (with Jumbo Hori), the AJW Title, and the AJW Junior Title during her career with All Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling. She’s currently the WWWD World Elizabeth Champion in Diana in her second reign. She’s a former Diana Tag Team Champion with Sareee. 

Yokota was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame in 1996 and the All Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1998.

Behind the scenes, Yokota trained Aja Kong, Manami Toyota, Kyoko Inoue, and several others. She has recently trained Tiger Queen who will debut in Real Japan Pro Wrestling on 7/29/21 against Rina Yamashita at Korakuen Hall.

REV Pro Announces Competitors For “Queen Of The Ring” Tournament


REV Pro will have a double header event on 7/31/21 in Huntingdon, UK πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ at The Commemoration Hall. A “Queen Of The Ring” tournament will be held on the shows which are being called “Day Of Reckoning” and “Live In Huntingdon 2”.

The names in the tournament field are: Mariah May, Skye Smitson, Gisele Shaw, Zoe Lucas, CHAKARA, Hyan, Maria de la Rosa, and Clementine. Here are the matches:

CHAKARA vs. Clementine 

Zoe Lucas vs. Maria de la Rosa

Mariah May vs. Hyan 

Skye Smitson vs. Gisele Shaw 

River City Wrestling “RCW Heat” 7/25/21: NWA Worlds Women’s Champion Kamille vs. Amber Nova


River City Wrestling “RCW Heat” results from San Antonio, Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at The Grand Event Center on 7/25/21 live on Title Match Network:

NWA’s Joe Galli is play by play and Don Juan is the color commentator. Carolina Teague is the ring announcer. They have a nice broadcast area set up right on the stage.

Sledge pinned Casey Blackrose with a Blue Thunder Bomb.

Sunday, September 19 is the next show called “RCW Boom Boom” back here at The Grand Event Center.

RCW Phoenix Champion Christi Jaynes pinned Claudia del Solis after an Implant DDT. Galli plugged the NWA Women’s ppv which takes place next month. He said Mickey James is watching somewhere to scout talent for it.

RCW International Champion Anthony Andrews won a 3-Way Match over Brandon Vice and Trinidan by pinning Trinidan after a powerslam. Andrews’ heel manager Logan accidentally took out Vice on the floor in a lucky accident after colliding with Andrews on the ring while trying to interfere. Vice was not able to get back in the ring to break up the pin.

Gino Medina pinned David Kidd after hitting him in the face with a wrench. Don Juan was Kidd’s manager. He threw the wrench in for Kidd to use then distracted the referee on the ring. Kidd is a baby face and didn’t want to cheat so Medina took advantage of the situation.

NWA Worlds Women’s Champion Kamille Brickhouse pinned Amber Nova after the spear. This was a title match. Galli said Kamille just defended the title at The Gathering in Charlotte, North Carolina last night against Kenzie Paige. He really put over the NWA Worlds Women’s Title by saying it gets defended more often and in more places than the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Title. He said it was the “workhorse title”.

RCW Tag Team Champions DFW Kartel (Lou Gotti and Angel Camacho) beat Drew Who? and Luigi Primo when Camacho pinned Drew Who? after a Vader Bomb. Nastico was the manager of DFW Kartel.

Mysterious Q pinned Kaun after the Q Cutter.

RCW Women’s Champion Kiera Hogan pinned Rok-C with Face The Music. Christi Jaynes came out and taunted Hogan to tease being the next challenger. Kamille then came out and held the NWA Worlds Women’s Title up high. Kamille then walked to the back as Jaynes tried to rush at Hogan who was still in the ring. Referees came out to hold Jaynes back.

RCW Champion Fallah Bahh vs. King Rob Love was scheduled to be the main event but Gino Medina ran out and attacked them and the referee with a chair. He demanded to be put in the match as a 3-Way Match. RCW promoter Brandon Oliver approved it.

Gina Medina won the title by pinning King Rob Love after Eat Defeat. Medina hit Bahh with a chair to hurt him enough to where he couldn’t stop the pin.