ECWA Women’s Super 8 Tournament 2021 News


The Women’s ECWA Super 8 Tournament will take place on 7/31/21 in Paulsboro, New Jersey at The Monster Factory. It will be broadcast live on IWTV at 2pm EST. Gabby Ortiz is the first of the eight names announced so far. Tickets for the show are available here:

Past winners of the tournament are Quinn McKay (2019), Karen Q (2017), Deonna Purazzo (2016 & 2015), and Tessa Blanchard (2014).

Killian McMurphy won this year’s ECWA Super 8 Tournament on the men’s side over A Very Good Professional Wrestler in the finals on 5/1/21 in Morganville, New Jersey. 

SEAdLINNNG Results 5/26/21:Title Change And Ryo Mizunami Returns


SEAdLINNNG results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 5/26/21 live on SEAdLINNNG Live

Yuu and Itsuki Aoki beat Honori Hana and Riko Kawahata when Yuu pinned Hana with a clutch in 14:23.

Rina Yamashitar pinned Ayame Sasamura after a lariat in 9:36.

Yumiko Hotta beat Riko Kaiju in 9:57. 

Asuka and Makoto won the Beyond The SEA Tag Team Titles from Nanae Takahashi and  Nakajima in 23:35 when Asuka got the fall on Takahashi. Asuka also currently holds the Beyond The SEA singles title. Ayame Sasamura and Riko Kaiju came out and celebrated with the new tag team champions. 

Ryo Mizunami returned to the company after spending time in America for AEW. She had the trophy with her that she was awarded after winning the AEW Women’s Eliminator Tournament over Nyla Rose a few months ago. She challenged Asuka for the singles title but Takahashi also wants a shot. It set up a #1 con. for 6/12/21.

Hana Kimura Memorial Show “MATANE” Results 5/23/21


Hana Kimura Memorial Show “MATANE” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 5/23/21 live on Tiget and simulcast on FITE TV:

This was very emotionally hard to watch a year after Hana Kimura’s death. The first forty minutes or so was a nice memorial ceremony with tributes to her. Jungle Kyona came out in a formal outfit to address the crowd and share memories. She’s still out of action with an injury.

HUB, Eisa8, and Shisaou beat FUMA, Mil Mongoose ,and Shota when HUB pinned Mongoose in 15:57.

Ram Kaicho won the Rumble Style Battle Royal. She cut a promo in the ring afterwards and paid tribute to Kimura. CIMA, DASH Chisako, Chihiro Hashimoto, Cherry, Fuminori Abe, Super Delfin, Lingerie Muto, Yuko Miyamoto, Hanako Nakamori, Mika Iwata, Andras Miyagi, Masato Tanaka, Jun Kasai, Jinsei Shinzaki, and Gabai Ji-Chan were among the several others in the match. Time of the fall was 30:05.

HAZUKI and Kagetsu are coming out of retirement to be part of the main event. HAZUKI’s last match was in December 2019 for STARDOM. Kagetsu retired in February 2020 on a show that she promoted herself.

ASUKA, Syuri, NatsuPoi, and Mio Momono beat Kagetsu, HAZUKI, Konami, and Death Yama-san when ASUKA pinned HAZUKI in 15:54. Kyoko Kimura was at ringside and tried to help her Oedo Tai friends out during the match. This all led to an impromptu singles main event match with Kagetsu vs. ASUKA.

ASUKA pinned Kagetsu with a Northern Lights Bomb in 14:16.

Kyoko got in the ring with ASUKA and Kagetsu and they gave a salute for Hana. A video package played with highlights of her life. Jungle Kyona ran the bell for the 10-bell salute. Kyoko stood in the ring while holding a picture of Hana. Video message from several wrestlers played that included  TAJIRI, Leyla Hirsch, Thunder Rosa, Hikaru Shida, Session Moth Martina, Kenny Omega, Keiji Muto, Io Shirai, Kairi Sane,and Meiko Satomura. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Double Header Results (Show 1) 5/22/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling first show on a double header from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Ouji Basement MONSTAR on 5/22/21:

They announced Miyu Yamashita vs. Mirai Maiumi will be under UWF Rules for the 7/1/21 TJPW Inspiration event.

Mirai Maiumi beat Haruna Neko by submission with the Miramare in 8:33.

Nao Kakuta pinned Arisu Endo after the Shiden Kai in 8:30. 

Marika Kobashi beat Moka Miyamoto by front neck lock submission in 6:05.

Yuki Kamifuku pinned Raku after the Famouser in 7:54. 

Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh beat Yuka Sakazaki and Pom Harajuku when Yamashita pinned Harajuku after the Skull Kick in 11:44. 

WWR+ “Let’s Talk About Wrestling” Results 5/16/21


Women’s Wrestling Revolution and Beyond Wrestling results of their debuting WWR+ brand with the event called “Let’s Talk About Wrestling” on 5/16/21 from Worcester, Massachusetts, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at The White Eagle live on IWTV:

Thanks to whoever sent in the report but didn’t leave their name.

Davienne pinned Delmi Exo after the baseball slide drop kick into the ring post.

Riley Shephard pinned Tina San Antonio.

Erica Leigh pinned Becca after a spear.

Lil Mean Kathleen pinned Kaia McKenna.

Molly McCoy and Boomer Hatfield beat Jordan Blade and Eel O’Neal.

Jody Threat pinned Kennedi Copeland with a Blue Thunder Bomb.

Megan Bayne pinned Ashley D’Amboise.

Trish Adora beat Willow Nightingale by Cattle Mutilation submission. Davienne came out and gave a sarcastic applause to Adora afterwards.

Ashley Vox vs. Angel Sinclair did not take place. Vox was legit ill from side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine and could not compete.

The next WWR show is 6/20/21. 

Chelsea Durden And Kelsey Raegan Make History For IGNITE Wrestling


The first IGNITE Wrestling Women’s Tag Team Champions were crowned yesterday in Vero Beach, Florida, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Walking Tree Brewery. Chelsea Durden and Kelsey Raegan defeated Renee Michelle and Sahara Seven in the finals of a tag team titles tournament. Durden pinned Seven after a fisherman’s neck breaker as Michelle was knocked off of the ring to the floor by Raegan.

The match should be posted up on IGNITE Wrestling’s YouTube page in week. 

STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 2) Results 5/16/21: Cosmic Angels Break The Record


STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 2) results from Nagoya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Congress Center Event Hall on 5/16/21:

Momo Watanabe pinned Ruaka after the B Driver in 6:06.

Konami won a 3-Way Match over Saya Kamitani and Lady C by submitting Lady C with the Triangle Lancer in 6:17.

Mayu Iwatani and Starlight Kid beat Natsuko Tora and Fukigen Death by Disqualification when Tora used a pipe as a weapon on Iwatani in 9:32. Tora put Iwatani in a Camel Clutch with the pipe against her throat. Iwatani’s back was all bruised up after the attack. 

Giulia and Syuri beat Utami Hayashishita and AZM when Giulia submitted AZM with the Stealth Viper in 15:53. The tag team name of Giulia and Syuri is Alto livello KABALIWAN which means “high level madness”. 

Artists of STARDOM Champions Tam Nakano, Mina Shirakawa, and Unagi Sayaka went to a 30-minute time limit draw with Maika, Himeka, and NatsuPoi. Cosmic Angels broke the record of Artists Titles successful defenses with this fifth win. Donna del Mondo wanted a rematch but Oedo Tai came out to make a new challenge for the titles.

STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 1) Results 5/15/21


STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 1) results from Nagoya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Congress Center Event Hall on 5/15/21: 

Unagi Sayaka pinned Lady C after the Mad Splash in a Future of STARDOM Title Tournament match in 6:21. Sayaka advances to the semifinals of the Future Title Tournament and she says that she hopes to face her friend and Cosmic Angels teammate Mina Shirakawa in the finals. Sayaka is also in the semifinals of the Cinderella Tournament. 

Fukigen Death won a 3-Way Match over Momo Watanabe and AZM by pinning AZM after Natsuko Tora interfered on the ring with a chair in 6:14.

Tam Nakano and Mina Shirakawa went a 15-minute time line draw with Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani.

Maika, Himeka, and NatsuPoi beat Natsuko Tora, Konami, and Ruaka when NatsuPoi pinned Ruaka in 11:58. Fukigen Death attacked NatsuPoi afterwards. Konami said Death wants to challenge NatsuPoi for the High Spoed Title.

Goddesses of STARDOM Tag Team Champions Giulia and Syuri beat Mayu Iwatani and Starlight Kid when Giulia pinned Kid with a Northern Lights Bomb in 17:47. Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani will be the next challengers. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/15/21: Noa Gets A Challenger, Itoh And Yamashita Go For Tag Titles


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Itabashi Green Hall on 5/15/21. This will be posted up as VOD on WRESTLE UNIVERSE in a few days:

Yuka Sakazaki pinned Arisu Endo after a sliding lariat.

Mizuki and Raku beat Hyper Misao and Mahiro Kiryu when Mizuki pinned Kiryu with a Cutie Special.

Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe, and Nao Kakuta beat Shoko Nakajima, Nodoka Tenma, and Haruna Neko when Tatsumi got the fall on Neko with the Dragon Sleeper.

Marika Kobashi, Yuki Kamifuku, and Pom Harajuku beat Hikari Noa, Mirai Maiumi, and Suzume when Kobashi pinned Suzume after the running springboard bulldog finisher. After the match, Kobashi challenged Noa for the International Princess Title on 6/17/21 at Korakuen Hall.

Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh beat Yuki Aino and Moka Miyamoto when Yamashita pinned Miyamoto after the Skull Kick. Itoh asked Yamashita to be her partner again and challenged for the Princess Tag Team Titles currently held by Sakazaki and Mei Saint-Michel. That will take place on 6/17/21. 

Mission Pro Wrestling #1 con. Tournament Set For 6/12/21


The next Mission Pro Wrestling event called “Keep ‘Em Talkin’ “ takes place on 6/12/21 at their home base in Buda, Texas at Pinballz Kingdom. It will stream live on Title Match Network at 8:30 pm EST. 

MPW Champion La Rosa Negra will defend the title against Lady Frost. 

There will be a #1 con. tournament for the MPW Title with JennaCide vs. Savannah Evans, Alex Gracia vs. Shawna Reed, Masha Slamovich vs. Dulce Tormenta, and Jazmin Allure vs. Gypsy Mac. 

The company will be part of the Jacksonville Taco Festival on 7/17/21 at TIAA Bank Field. There will be matches spread out every couple of hours throughout the day. That event is scheduled to run from 11 am to 6 pm. Chris Jericho’s rock band Fozzy will be the music act. Tickets are on sale here

MPW will be back in Buda at Pinballz Kingdom for another event on 7/31/21. There are plans to tour on the road outside of Buda later this year. 

Sendai Girls “Spring Easter” Results 5/14/21


Sendai Girls “Spring Easter” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 5/14/21: 

Haruka Umesaki and AKARI beat Manami and Ayame Sasamura when AKARI pinned Manami after a lariat in 11:27.

Kanon pinned Yurika Oka with a sliding and twisting cover in 7:09. This was a #1 con. match for the Junior Heavyweight Title.

Chihiro Hashimoto and Yuu beat Mika Iwata and Kaho Kobayashi when Hashimoto pinned Iwata after a powerbomb in 15:44.

Mio Momono pinned DASH Chisako with a roll up in 15:58 when Hibiki got on the ring to cause a distraction. Members of the Sendai Girls locker room then got into a huge brawl with the Marvelous roster to close the show. It was all to build up the GAEA special one night return show which hopefully finally will  take place on 6/13/21 at Ota Ward Gymnasium after two previous postponements because of the virus pandemic.

STARDOM “Cinderella Tournament 2021” Results 5/14/21


STARDOM “Cinderella Tournament 2021” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 5/14/21:

This event also features the start of a Future of STARDOM Title Tournament for the vacant belt. Saya lida vacated it due to injury.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Ruaka after the diving forearm shot in a Future of STARDOM Tournament match in 5:01.

NatsuPoi won a 4-Way Match over Tam Nakano, Lady C, and Hanan by pinning Lady C in 5:17.

Natsuko Tora, Konami, and Fukigen Death beat Momo Watanabe, AZM, and Hina when Death pinned Hina in 5:11.

Saya Kamitani pinned Starlight with a reversal in a Cinderella Tournament match in 7:05.

Maika beat Giulia by Over The Top Rope Rule in a Cinderella Tournament match in 7:38. Giulia was bloodied up but she showed respect and raised Maika’s arm in victory.

Syuri beat Utami Hayashishita in a Cinderella Tournament match by Over The Top Rope Rule after a knee strike to send Hayashishita to the floor in 6:17.

Himeka beat Mayu Iwatani in a Cinderella Tournament match in 6:14 by Over The Top Rope Rule when Konami distracted the referee and Natsuko Tora interfered for the finish. Oedo Tai attacked both women afterwards. A masked woman ran out and made the save. It was Koguma who returned to the company after retiring back in 2015 (but she recently made a brief return for the All-Star Rumble back in March). She joined Iwatani as a member of the STARS unit.

Unagi Sayaka beat Syuri in a Cinderella Tournament quarterfinals match by Over The Top Rule in 8:40.  Sayaka was able to survive Syuri’s knee strike and send her to the floor. Sayaka is officially under contract with STARDOM now.

Sayaka, Kamitani, Maika, and Himeka are all in the Cinderella Tournament semifinals. That show was supposed to take place on 5/29/21 but it has been moved to 6/12/21 due to the state of emergency in Japan. Sayaka, Rina, Hina, Lady C, and Hanan are the other names in the Future of STARDOM Title Tournament with matches to take place over the course of the next few weeks depending on the virus pandemic.

SEAdLINNNG “Special NIGHT #2” Results On 5/12/21


SEAdLINNNG “Special NIGHT #2” results from Kawasaki, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Kawasaki AXS Ring on 5/12/21 live on SEAdLINNNG Live:

This is a no fans show streaming on the website because of the state of emergency in Japan due to the virus pandemic.

Kaho Kobayashi and Itsuki Aoki beat Honori Hana and Riko Kawahata when Aoki pinned Hana after a lariat in 11:00

Yumiko Hotta and Rina Yamashita beat Ayame Sasamura and Riko Kaiju when Hotta used a sleeper on Kaiiju for the win in 5:58.

Nanae Takahashi, Arisa Nakajima, and Honori Hana beat Asuka, Makoto, and Hanako Nakamori when Takahashi got the fall on Asuka with the Passion Package in 22:13. 

Faces In The Crowd At AEW On 5/12/21

Queen Aminata, Leila Grey, Madi Wrenkowski, Vert Vixen, Robyn Renegade, and Reka Tehaka were some of the female indie wrestlers in the crowd at ringside during tonight’s AEW Dynamite on TNT. 

Hana Kimura Memorial Show Full Broadcast Details For 5/23/21


The Hana Kimura Memorial Show that has been named “MATANE” (which means “see you later” in Japanese) announced the live streaming details for the event. It will air on Tiget in Japan for 1,500 yen with Haruo Murata and Ken Suzuki as the broadcast team featuring Fuka and Takashi Sasaki in guest commentary. FITE will carry the English feed for $15 USD with Ian Riccaboni, Funi Saito, and Cheeseburger as their broadcast team. 

The show takes place from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo on 5/23/21 at 11:30 am  (that’s 10:30 pm  EST on 5/22/21). It was.organized by Kyoko Kimura who is Hana’s mother. Kagetsu, Kaori Yoneyama, Asuka (aka Veny), Cherry, Ram Kaicho, Mika Iwata, Super Delfin, Fuminori Abe, Yuki Miyazaki, Mio Momono, HUB, Yuko Miyamoto, Gabai Ji-Chan, and Munenori Sawa are some of the names scheduled to appear so far. 

No card has been released but there will be three matches in all including a Rumble style Battle Royal. Hana Kimura’s ring gear will be put on display in the venue as part of the ceremonies.

Mission Pro Wrestling “Locked-N-Loaded” Results 5/1/21

Mission Pro Wrestling “Locked-N-Loaded” results from Buda, Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Pinballz Kingdom on 5/1/21 live on Title Match Network:

The WOAD pinned Alejandra The Lion after the D’Amensia.

Dulce Tormenta pinned Jazmin Allure after a reversal. Allure attacked her in anger after the match and cut a heel promo putting the locker room on notice.

Rache Chanel beat Leila Grey.

Vipress won a 3-Way Match over Masha Slamovich and Viva Van by pinning Van and stealing the win from Slamovich.

JennaCide pinned Holidead with a cradle in a Falls Count Anywhere Match. The fall took place in the ring. 

Madi Wrenkowski pinned Tesha Price after a face buster.

Raychell Rose beat Rok-C by submission.

Alex Gracia pinned Marti Belle.

Mission Pro Champion La Rosa Negra beat Velvet Sky by Black Thorn submission.

Thunder Rosa had her confrontation with Davis LaGreca and she beat him up.

There were streaming issues during the live broadcast because of bad weather. Thanks to Gary Law for helping to fill in the gaps. The next MPW show is 6/12/21 at the same venue.

This report ends the regular pro wrestling coverage on “Wrestling... with Demons”. I might occasionally pop up with a Real Japan Pro Wrestling event or other rare special events. But W.W.D. will mainly focus on horror and entertainment if time allows. The Joshi Sun-Times is my newest “projeKCt” that will highlight Japanese Women’s Wrestling There’s only so many years left in life so the pro wrestling stuff had to be narrowed down. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/4/21: Big Title Changes And Yuki Arai Debuts


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at  Korakuen Hall live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

This is a no fans show because of the state of emergency in Japan due to the ongoing virus pandemic. Ring announcer Sayuri Namba was at ringside to welcome viewers. There was a mini pre show and she interviewed Rika Tatsumi, Yukihi Kamifuku. Mirai Maiumi and Suzume, Maki Itoh and Arisa Endo, Miyu Yamashita, Hikari Noa, Miu Watanabe and Yuki Arai, 

Stewart Fulton, Mark Pickering, and Chris Brookes are the English broadcast team. This is being simulcast on ABEMA with a Japanese crew. Azusa Takigawa is doing the voice overs for all of the video packages.

Miu Watanabe, Raku, and Hikari Noa performed their songs and officially opened up the show.

Pom Harajuku and Haruna Neko beat Mahiro Kiryu and Moka Miyamoto when Harajuku pinned Miyamoto after the Pom de Justice. 

Hyper Misao, Nodoka Tenma, and Yuki Aino beat Nao Kakuta, Raku, and Maika Kobashi when Tenma pinned Kobashi after the Killswitch.

Maki Itoh and Arisu Endo beat Miu Watanabe and Yuki Arai when Itoh submitted Arai to the Itoh Deluxe. This was the debut of Arai who is a member of the Japanese idol group SKE48. Itoh cut a promo on her afterwards. She said Arai is weak but showed courage transitioning from idol to pro wrestler. She told her to keep fighting and come after her one day again. Arai said she will get better and asked for fans to keep supporting her.

A video aired showing all 23 members of the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster will be part of the big CyberFight Festival 2021 on 6/6/21 at Saitama Super Arena. That event will feature matches from DDT, NOAH, Tokyo Joshi, and Ganbare. It will air live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE.

Yuka Sakazaki won a #1 con. Princess of Princess Title 3-Way Match over Mizuki and Shoko Nakajima by pinning Nakajima. Really good match and a TJPW match of the year contender. Sakazaki will face the winner of today’s main event for the Princess of Princess Title at CyberFight Festival on 6/6/21.

Hikari Noa won the International Princess Title from Yuki Kamifuku after a Blizzard Suplex off the top rope followed up by a second one on the mat for the pin. This is the first title win in the company for Noa.

Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel beat Mirai Maiumi and Suzume when Mei submitted Suzume. Sakazaki gloated after the match as Mei idolized her in awe.

Miyu Yamashita won the Princess of Princess Title from Rika Tatsumi after a series of Skull Kicks followed up by the Crash Rabbit Heat for the pin in another TJPW match of the year candidate. Yuka Sakazaki was shown patiently watching on in the venue. Yamashita is now a 3-time Princess of Princess Champion. Maki Itoh applauded her at ringside. Yamashita cut a victory promo. She said it was lonely without the fans again but she knows they’re watching at home. She said no matter the circumstances are the fight goes on. She asked Yuka Sakazaki to come to the ring to build up the 6/6 match. Sakazaki said the Princess of Princess Title is the pinnacle and only spoke briefly. She dropped the mic and confidently walked out of the ring. Yamashita walked back to the locker room with Maki Itoh who was overjoyed for Yamashita’s title win.

The next show is 5//5/21 at 3am EST back live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/1/21: Go Home Show To Korakuen Hall On 5/4


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from an undisclosed location in Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE on 5/1/21:

Sayuri Namba had Rika Tatsumi and Yuki Kamifuku in the ring with her to welcome viewers. This is a no fans show at a studio dojo because of schedule and format changes with the state of emergency in Japan. Kamifuku spoke in English and they plugged the May 4 show at Korakuen Hall that will also air live on WU with all titles on the line: Tatsumi defends the Princess of Princess Title against Miyu Yamashita, Kamifuku defends the International Princess Title against Hikari Noa, and Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel vs.Mirai Maiumi and Suzume. The 5/5 show will be live as well on WU with no fans.

Miu Watanabe, Hikari Noa, and Raku performed songs as customary to open the show. Yuki Kamifuku jumped in the ring from behind them and told Raku and Watanabe to leave. She intimidated Noa to build up their match on 5/4. She then made Noa leave the ring and demanded to open the show for once. She did a sexy pose on the ring and said in English “Let’s Get Started Baby!”

Nodoka Tenma pinned Moka Miyamoto after a diving splash from the second rope.

Mirai Maiumi and Suzume beat Maki Itoh and Arisu Endo when Maiumi pinned Endo after a backdrop suplex.

Nao Kakuta pinned Hyper Misao in a special rules match. If I understood everything correctly, they had to hit a button in the corner which would play a song from the group Juice Juice. They only had until the song stopped playing to try to get the pin and it was a two count to win instead of traditional three. Kakuta got the pin after Misao rushed her in the corner but Kakuta moved out of the way and Misao hit chest first.

Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Shoko Nakajima and Haruna Neko when Sakazaki pinned Neko after a brain buster. Really good fast paced match. Sakazaki accidentally hit Mizuki with a sliding lariat on the apron then bumped her down to the floor seconds later in the middle of all the action. Sakazaki, Mizuki, and Nakajima will face off in a #1 con. Princess of Princess Title 3-Way Match on 5/4.

Hikari Noa, Pom Harajuku, and Raku beat Yuki Kamifuku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Yuki Aino when Noa pinned Kiryu with the Blizzard Suplex.

Rika Tatsumi and Miu Watanabe beat Miyu Yamashita and Marika Kobashi when Tatsumi submitted Kobashi with the Dragon Sleeper. Tatsumi said she wished she could have beaten Yamashita today but she will finish her on 5/4. She reminded viewers that the upcoming shows will be just live streams until fans can be allowed to attend again once the state of emergency is lifted.

This was a solid fun show that didn’t let up and wrapped up in less than two hours.