Ringbelles Roundup (12/23/17) – Yoko Bito’s sendoff on Sunday, Hanako Nakamori loses hair, title changes and retainments & much more

Here are some things that happened in the last week and over the weekend. A lot of title retainments for one thing and a retirement is pending…

Jordynne Grace retained the Pro Wrestling Magic Women’s Title against Skylar on Saturday in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. The title defense is Grace’s second in her 184-day reign… “Kotori” has officially retired from professional wrestling after working Gatoh Move’s show on Thursday at Shinkiba 1st RING. She teamed up with SAKI in her final match, which closed the show and took the loss to Riho and Mizuki – her retirement is reportedly due to circumstances with her family which are unknown. “Kotori” is now nineteen-years-old and began wrestling for the promotion back in 2012, therefore a possible return the business is possible down the line… Shanna picked up her first successful title defense as POW Ladies Champion on Friday in Rostock, Germany, as she bested Lissy Lennox… Jaylee retained the OVW Women’s Champion against Cali on Wednesday… Command Bolshoi and Leon made their sixth title defense of the Daily Sports Women’s Tag Team Championships at PURE-J’s show on Sunday. They retained the belts against Mari Apache and AKINO after Leon picked up the win with the Clutch de Gao… A big development took place at Preston City Wrestling’s all-female event on Saturday as Lucy Cole was stripped of the Women’s Championship after being unable to compete due to injury. The promotion cited that Cole since winning the title back in August has not defended the belt in the allotted ninety-days timeframe after she was crowned the inaugural champion. The announcement was made after Nightshade’s Falls Count Anywhere match where she defeated Lauren in the show’s closer. Greg Lambert stated that the new champion would be decided at the promotion’s second show that night, “Festive Fury” held at the same venue, the Evoque in Preston. Nightshade faced off against Rhio for the title, however, the bout wound up going in Rhio’s favor as she’s the new and second PCW Women’s Champion… Tsukasa Fujimoto picked up her fourth Triangle Ribbon Title defense on Sunday, retaining against Hamuko Hoshi and Miyako Matsumoto after getting the Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold on Matsumoto for the win… Toni Storm took her PROGRESS Women’s Title back to Australia over the weekend and successfully defended it against Shazza McKenzie in Thornbury, Victoria for Melbourne City Wrestling’s final show of the year. The title defense marks Storm’s seventh with the PROGRESS belt… Seleziya Sparx broke both her tibia and fibula during her matchup in Toronto for Superkick’d on Friday night. The injury took place during the show’s main event, as she faced off against Kris Chambers and unsuccessfully challenged him for the championship. Sparx has since undergone surgery to repair the fractures… Little Miss Roxxy is now a double champ – she defeated Lizzy Styles for the TCW Women’s Championship on Saturday in Leeds and escaped another British Bombshells title defense on Sunday when she was successful in overcoming Amarah in Halifax…

Misaki Ohata picked up her fourth and fifth title defenses as Regina di WAVE Champion on Sunday, as she fended off Manami Katsu at PURE-J’s show at Korakuen Hall and went on to successfully retain against Miki Tanaka a couple of hours later during Pro Wrestling WAVE’s show at Shinkiba 1st RING. Yuki Miyazaki and Nagisa Nozaki have issued a challenge to Takumi Iroha and Rin Kadokura for the WAVE tag team belts after Iroha picked up a non-title win over Mika Iida and Rina Yamashita. An official date for the championship match has not been set, but I can speculate that it will likely be apart of the December 29th lineup that already includes Ayako Hamada and ASUKA going up against Meiko Satomura and Chihiro Hashimoto and another matchup that sees Yamashita and Ryo Mizunami taking on SAKI and a partner of her choosing, KAORU.

Yumi Ohka won the number one contender’s tournament by defeating Mizunami in the finals with the Big Boot and as a result, she will be going onto face Misaki Ohata for the Regina di WAVE strap. However, one of the big developments coming out of WAVE’s show besides Yumi Ohka making it to another Regina Championship match is the announcement by Mika Iida and her decision to retire next year at Korakuen Hall. Since breaking into the profession seven years ago, Iida has remained a mainstay in the promotion but unlike most of her peers, she hasn’t experienced much success under the umbrella or outside of it.

Besides a three-month stint as one-half of the tag team champions back in 2014 with Sakura Hirota and making it to the finals of the Catch the WAVE tournament in 2015, Iida has never been propelled to the singles championship or been a consistent player in singles competition and its possibly due to WAVE already having their upper-echelon carved out and Iida suffering multiple injuries since 2014. The first occurred sometime in 2013 when she sustained a knee injury; a benefit show was held on January 30th of that year to raise money for Iida following her surgery. It featured one of her trainers, Ayumi Kurihara working the show’s opener and teaming up with Mio Shirai in the main event against Kana and Shuu Shibutani. Iida has cited complications with her back being the sole reason behind her decision to hang it up; her final matchup is scheduled to take place at WAVE’s May 4th show.

Nikki Knight dropped the ASP Women’s Championship to Erica Torres in her second title defense on Sunday in Oklahoma City… Jennifer Knox retained the FULL Women’s Title against Jade in Antofagasta City, Chile on Saturday… Brooke Valentine’s IPW Women’s Title defense against Frankie Jay on Friday in Algona, Iowa ended in a no contest and as a result, she retained. She defended the belt against Sierra Avery the next night and again, she retained… Kurumi Hiragi has two title opportunities coming up and the first one takes place on Christmas Eve, as she and Akane Fujita challenge Risa Sera and Maya Yukihi for the International Ribbon Tag Team Championships at the Ryogoku KFC Hall in Tokyo. The matchup was announced after she and Fujita pulled a clean sweep over the champions and Hana DATE along with Mochi Miyagi at Sunday’s show, with Kurumi picking up the final pinfall on Sera following a Diving Body Press. The second championship match came at the request of Kurumi herself, as she’s challenging the current ICE Cross Infinity titleholder, Sera and that contest have been added to “RibbonMania” on December 31st… Riebell retained her Venom Pro Wrestling Women’s belt against Kira Sommers on Saturday in Queensland… SHINE Wrestling’s marketing ploy for Saturday’s show was the theme of “survival” and besides holding a battle royal to determine the newest contender to LuFisto’s championship, the rest of the card does not reflect it. Rain won the matchup in her first appearance for the promotion since coming back from retirement earlier this year and will face the champion for the belt at SHINE 48. For those of you that have forgotten, Rain was crowned the inaugural SHINE titleholder back in July of 2013 and went on to drop the championship to Ivelisse the following January in her final matchup and head into retirement for the next three years. Speaking of Ivelisse, she and Mercedes Martinez retained the tag team titles against Aria Blake and Candy Cartwright. Priscilla Kelly also retained; she defeated Aja Perera to hang onto the Nova Championship. LuFisto is currently injured right now and based on her calendar, which is often updated on her website, she’s going to be at SHINE 48 on January 26th…

Command Bolshoi (left) hovers over Hanako Nakamori as the “ace” of the promotion has been humiliated in the worst way and has had her pride reduced to nothing – @shupromobile ©

Hanako Nakamori is officially edgeless, scalped and without her prestigious Openweight Championship these days after losing it to DASH Chisako at Korakuen Hall on Sunday. She dropped the promotion’s flagship title to Chisako in the main event and had her hair shaven down to a buzz cut while weeping in embarrassment. The rest of the roster with tears in their eyes, watched as Chisako grabbed the scissors chopped a big hunk of Nakamori’s hair off. The win actually marks Chisako’s first-ever singles title acquisition despite winning multiple tag team championships throughout her eleven-year career… Keyra was successful in her latest Crash Femenil Title defense on Friday night in Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico. She retained the championship against Christi Jaynes, Lacey Lane and Mima Shimoda to earn her second defense and was jumped by the Rebellion Amarilla for refusing to take their offer and join the stable. Lacey Lane joined the stable instead… Xia Brookside unseated Livvii Grace of the IPW: UK Women’s belt in her fifth title defense on Sunday to became the new titleholder after Grace had held the belt for a total of 301-days… On Saturday night in Balmoral, Auckland, Candy Lee defeated Britenay for the Impact Pro Wrestling: New Zealand Women’s Championship and became the first transgender competitor to win a title in the country. Besides Mariah Moreno’s capture of the WILD World belt and the NTLL Women’s Championship among others a few years back, the title win lands Lee as the second transgender woman to achieve such an accolade in professional wrestling… Hudson Envy is the fifth entrant into the Making Towns Classic after defeating Laynie Luck at Sunday’s IHWE show in Benbrook, Texas. Envy had to be physically removed from the building following an altercation with Su Yung post-match… Aria Cadenza has announced that she’ll be stepping away from wrestling and moving forward with her life by starting a family. Cadenza is a former one-time NYWC Starlet Champion and after winning the title back in September of 2015, she managed to hang on to the belt for a total of 154-days before losing it to Willow Nightingale in February 2016… Kath Van Goth and Sexxxy Eddy retained their Xtreme Zone Wrestling Tag Team Titles against Cici Galavis and Dale Kilburn in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec on Saturday. The show also included Angie Skye defeating Azaelle.


World Wonder Ring STARDOM presents their year-end spectacle at Korakuen Hall this Sunday, in addition to a precursor two days before in Osaka that sees Kris Wolf putting her newly acquired AWS Women’s Championship on the line against Scarlett. Closing out the promotion’s calendar for the year is three title matches that are not the headlining attraction this time around. Yoko Bito’s second retirement from professional wrestling trumps the show’s entire card – being that Bito was one of the first competitors primed for STARDOM’s main events some years ago, it makes sense that her second sendoff would be the focus of the show. Bito recently took on what was supposed to be fifteen opponents, but got turned into seventeen opponents with Mayu Iwatani showing up and making her first appearance since losing the belt to Toni Storm back in September on December 10th. Bito having fifteen opponents follows on the heels of the big-fifty-person gauntlet that Manami Toyota had for her retirement show on November 3rd in Tokyo. The correlation there is the number of opponents represented the fifteen months Bito had been back in the profession, however, that’s not necessarily true as she’s been wrestling for almost-eighteen months since returning last June.

Instead of a one-off singles match for her final matchup, Bito will be teaming up with Takumi Iroha and together they’ll be taking on the double champion, Toni Storm and Meiko Satomura. The last time Satomura barged into the promotion and teamed up with the current World of STARDOM Champion, she took them straight on for the belt not once, but twice and had the roster’s three top stars in a panic. This could certainly be the case for Storm following this matchup win or lose – Satomura would be her first formidable challenge since winning the belt. On top of that, the promotion has not bothered with elevating anyone from their roster to that peak position to challenge Storm for the title. I must convey that this year’s title pictures for all of the championships have been the most disappointing, in that putting over the latest fleet of foreign talent has become more important than rebuilding their roster and maintaining their momentum.

Io Shirai puts her Wonder of STARDOM Championship on the line against HZK, who was once dubbed the miniature “Io” early on in her career – World Wonder Ring STARDOM ©

Io Shirai defends her Wonder of STARDOM Championship against one of the more experienced members of her stable, HZK and the matchup marks the twenty-year old’s second shot at the title since challenging Kairi Hojo for the belt last December. Shirai officially returned to the promotion in August after losing out on her deal with WWE. The company rightfully passed on Shirai after it was discovered that she had ongoing issues with her neck and a problem with her heart, simply avoiding avoided a possible situation under their watch that could’ve ended with the competitor being shelved for months at a time or even worse. HZK issued her challenge to Shirai for the championship moments after she had retained the belt against Kelly Klein at Shinkiba 1st RING on December 10th. Io accepted the matchup and walks into her third title defense this Sunday – Shirai is now in a similar position that Nanae Takahashi was in a few years back. She’s more focused on working with the younger talent and building up her own stable despite winning the secondary title once again. She has been able to accomplish more than Takahashi in her career with the promotion though she’s still receiving carte blanche because she’s their biggest star.

Shirai returned to the promotion after things fell through with her deal and regained the Artist of STARDOM Championship for the sixth time alongside with HZK and recent recruit to Queen’s Quest, Viper. They have only defended the trios titles once together back in September, as Viper has since returned to Europe and been busy uptaking bookings there and won’t be back in the country until January when the titles will likely be on the line. Mari Apache will be back to defend the High Speed Championship against one of the several rookies, Starlight Kid. Like the trios titles, this will be the second time the belt has been defended since September because Apache has been occupied with other things in the promotion and not the championship. It’s possible that STARDOM has done little to create a new challenger to the title; Starlight Kid and the additional rookies on the roster do not appear to be getting a proper footing in a division and are usually grouped together and taking the pinfall. It’s not helping. Starlight Kid earned a non-title win over Apache as part of a three-way match on December 3rd when she defeated her and Shiki Shibusawa. Shibusawa will also be on Sunday’s show, she and Hanan will take on Kaori Yoneyama and Ruaka.

Kagetsu and Hana Kimura’s latest defense of the tag team straps are also booked for Sunday’s show, as they take on the team of Jungle Kyona and Natsuko Tora. Heading into this championship match, it appears that the stable is on the brink of imploding as Kimura exited the press conference. There appeared to be unrest in the group, as the recent recruit, Tam Nakano felt that Sumire Natsu’s inclusion could potentially be stepping on her toes when it comes to becoming that “visual idol” of the stable. Let’s not forget that Hana Kimura shared similar feelings towards Nakano and her introduction into the posse. The promotion has taken a different direction in the last year; it appears that they are foregoing the physical nature that they became known for and are reverting back to their cookie-cutter look and going for the more “idol” friendly appearance than previous standards. However, Natsu was adopted into the stable by Kagetsu without everyone else’s knowledge and that decision has clearly caused a rift between her and Kimura’s relationship. Kagetsu appears to be the defacto leader of Oedo Tai, though some would consider Kris Wolf to be the one to uptake that position being that she’s been apart of the stable since it’s introduction. There’s no telling where this eventual split between the members is going to happen – Wolf and Natsu will be teaming up on Sunday despite the mess and taking on Konami and Hiromi Mimura. Ahead of next month’s foreign invasion, Rachael Ellering makes her debut alongside Scarlett, as they team up together to take on AZM and Momo Watanabe. Ellering joins Nicole Savoy, Miranda Salinas the returning Viper, Kay Lee Ray and more as part of January’s talent pool being brought in for the new year.


Here are some things that are happening this weekend and next weekend despite the holidays…

The next qualifying matchup in the Making The Towns Classic will take place at Anarchy Wrestling’s show on Saturday in Cornelia, Georgia as Harlow O’Hara takes on Aja Perera… La Jarochita, Marcela, and Princesa Sugehit will be taking on Dalys, Tiffany, and Zeuxis at CMLL’s show on Christmas night in Mexico City… Candice LeRae takes on Laredo Kid, Matt Cross and Gringo Loko for Absolute Intense Wrestling on December 29th… Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment has two women’s matches announced for its show at the Opera Night Club on December 27th in Marietta, Georgia. Kiera Hogan, Allie Kat, Aria Blake and Su Yung will all square off in one match while Kamilla Kaine takes on Priscilla Kelly… Besides the seminar with Daffney being offered for their December 30th date in Stevens, Pennsylvania, Atomic Championship Wrestling has announced that Tess Valentine will be defending her Dark Phase Title against Ray Lyn in addition to three singles matches between Sahara Se7en and Ashley Vox, Penelope Ford and Delmi Exo and Trixie Trash going up against Londyn Ali… Katey Harvey defends her other Women’s Title against Lauren La Roux at Pro Wrestling Ulster’s show on New Year’s Eve… Midwest Pro Wrestling Alliance has two women’s matches booked for their December 29th show in Royal Oak, Michigan. Zoey Skye (“Angel Dust” or simply “Dust”) will be going up against Ray Lyn and Ashley America’s return to the ring continues, as she goes one-on-one with Maria James… Kay Lee Ray’s upcoming title defense against Xia Brookside on December 30th in St. Neots will see her defend the newly re-created Queen of Southside Championship… NOVA Pro Wrestling values women’s wrestling and it’s performers, I must say. The promotion has a Street Fight planned for the show on December 28th in Annandale, Virginia, as Faye Jackson’s ongoing feud with Veda Scott comes to a head seven months later. The recently reinstated Angelus Layne will be in action on the show, as she goes up against three opponents, Brittany Blake, Jordynne Grace and Allie Kat. Faye and Allie Kat will square off two nights later in Blackwood, New Jersey for Game Changer Wrestling.

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Alexa Bliss has broken the record to become the longest reigning RAW Women’s Champion as her run with the belt has surpassed Charlotte’s previous title reign of 113-days… Its happening – the women are getting their own version of the Royal Rumble and the announcement was dropped on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. Stephanie McMahon announced that the winner would go on to face Alexa Bliss or Charlotte for the Smackdown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 34. It’s unknown whether the company will push the number of participants to the per usual thirty or keep it to a smaller number and invite a plethora of legends, past competitors to make up most of the entries

North America

Warriors of Wrestling has another women’s show announced on February 10th in Brooklyn, New York. Nikki Addams will be defending her championship against Kacee Carlisle as the headlining matchup on the card. Thunder Rosa and Holidead will be making their returns, as they are set to go up against Delmi Exo and Ashley Vox. Three other matches have been added to the show’s lineup; one, in particular, sees Jessicka Havok taking on Nyla Rose and shockingly, this will be their first-ever collision. Tasha Steelz will be taking on Allie Recks and Davienne faces the debuting Gemma Cross… Northeast Wrestling has announced that Deonna Purrazzo will go one-on-one with Tenille Dashwood on March 2nd… Destiny Wrestling has a signed a matchup between Gisele Shaw and Maria Manic for their January 21st in Toronto… Aja Perera will be heading over to Japan for a four-month stint with Chigusa Nagayo’s promotion, Marvelous in 2018. Renee Michelle, Davienne, La Rosa Negra, Roni Nicole and several more have gone over to work exclusively for the promotion in recent years. The trip will be Perera’s first tour to the country… Willow Nightingale, Priscilla Kelly, Allie Kat and Hudson Envy make their debuts for Queens of Combat’s return show on January 20th. Taeler Hendrix has also been announced and it will be her first appearance since winning the tag team titles with Chelsea Green in February, however, they have never defended the belts to this day. Green is also slated to be apart of the show in addition to Tessa Blanchard, Penelope Ford, Maria Manic, Kiera Hogan and Renee Michelle… Allie Recks squares off with Sierra for Central Empire Wrestling on February 3rd in Oskaloosa, Iowa… Allie Kat joins Jordynne as competitors announced for Black Label Pro’s January 13th show… RISE has begun dropping announcements concerning their next show on April 13th, which takes place back at the Eagles Club in Berwyn, Illinois. Mercedes Martinez will face Taya Valkyrie and Delilah Doom will defend the Phoenix of the RISE Championship against Deonna Purrazzo. Martinez, Kris Wolf, and Bull Nakano will be on hand again for another seminar ahead of that day’s show… Its been announced by Limitless Wrestling that Tessa Blanchard will take on Deonna Purrazzo for the January 19th in Westbrook, Massachusetts… Jessicka Havok and Shotzi Blackheart have their first-singles collision on February 16th in Dayton, Ohio… Guess who’s back – nCw’s Femmes Fatales has announced their return for February 24th at the Vanier Columbus Club in Ottawa, Ontario after almost two-years of absence. Current two-time champion, Mercedes Martinez is already billed to be apart of the card, including SHIMMER Champion, Nicole Savoy, Jessicka Havok and Vanessa Kraven… Capital Wrestling Alliance is offering a seminar ahead of their debut on January 27th. It will be hosted by Thunder Rosa… Tenille Dashwood’s debut for Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment’s ROAR division has been confirmed for their March 11th date… ZERO 1 USA has announced a six-woman tag team match for their March 17th show in Vandalia, Illinois, as the team of Madison Rayne, Nevaeh and Sierra take on Delilah Doom, Savanna Stone, and Brittany Blake. The promotion has also added the debut of Laurel Van Ness and a matchup between Rahne Victoria and Savanna to their January 27th show in Mattoon that’s already headed by Rayne’s Women’s Title defense against Randi West


A street fight has been announced for Southside’s February 24th show in Sheffield, as Rosemary takes on Robbie X… Jayde goes up against Nina Samuels for Pro Wrestling Clash’s show in Borehamwood on February 18th… German Wrestling Federation has announced March 3rd as the return date for their all-female lineup, “Women’s Wrestling Revolution 7.” Katey Harvey will be defending the title against Blue Nikita… It’s been announced that Zoe Lucas will compete against Zan Phoenix in singles action at CSF Wrestling’s show in Gloucester on January 21st… Revolution Pro has announced all the first round matches for the Women’s Championship tournament which begins on January 6th in London and concludes on the following night at the same venue. Nina Samuels will be taking on Jinny while Charli Evans takes on Millie McKenzie. Deonna Purrazzo’s debut for the promotion will come against another competitor, Britt Baker who will also be making her trip to European soil and Zoe Lucas will battle Zan Phoenix


Faby Apache made it back in the ring just in time before the referee could declare the match a double count-out – Lucha Libre AAA ©

Faby Apache managed to pull off a count-out victory over Lady Shani after taking the current Reina de Reinas Champion out with a chair shot to the outside and making it back inside the ring before the referee reached his twenty-count. Shani retains the title, as a result, AAA has yet to announce an official rematch between the pair… Zeuxis made a surprise appearance at Generacion XXI’s show on Monday night in Irapuato, Guanajuato and challenged Keyra to a match, which appears to be set for the promotion’s January 6th show


Nanae Takahashi faces Yoshiko in the headliner of SEAdLINNNG’s January 14th show… Emi Sakura and Masahiro Takanashi picked up their fourth title defense of the Asia Dream Tag Team Championship on Thursday when they defeated Baliyan Akki and Choun Shiryu

Australia & New Zealand

World Series Wrestling has announced the debut of Deonna Purrazzo and Shazza McKenzie’s return for their upcoming international tour in March, taking place on the sixteenth and seventeenth of the month in Ferntree Gully out in Melbourne and then continuing on in Adelaide and Penrith the following nights


Results (December 13th – December 23rd)

December 13: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Rina Yamashita & Satsuki Totoro d Hiroe Nagahama & Mio Momono; La Rosa Negra d Kaho Kobayashi & ASUKA; Masato Tanaka & Ayako Hamada d The Great Sasuke & Nanae Takahashi; Arisa Nakajima vs Tsukasa Fujimoto- Draw; Yoshiko d Ryo Mizunami

December 13: PROGRESS (Tufnell Park, Greater London) – Candyfloss & Zoe Lucas d Bea Priestley & Laura Di Matteo; Sierra Loxton d Chakara

December 13: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jaylee(c) d Cali

December 13: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Aasa Maika, Mitsuru Konno & Riho d Konatsu, Mari Sakamoto & Saki; Emi Sakura d Kotori; Kotori, Riho & Mitsuru Konno d Emi Sakura, Aasa Maika & Sayaka Obihiro

December 14: NXT Live (Orlando, FL) – Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville d Liv Morgan & Ruby Riott; Shayna Baszler d Dakota Kai

Heather Monroe is about to deliver a kick to the temple of Solo Darling at Bar Wrestling’s show on Thursday in Balwin Park, California – @GlobalEssence ©

December 14: Bar Wrestling (Baldwin Park, CA) – Taya Valkyrie d Raisha Saeed; Heather Monroe & Laura James d Delilah Doom & Solo Darling; Candice LeRae, Joey Ryan & Dick Justice d Peter Avalon, Ray Rosas & Swoggle

December 14: Brian Kendrick’s Wrestling Pro Wrestling (South Gate, CA) – Raze d Darwin Finch

December 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, Greater London) – Candyfloss d Chakara; Sadie Gibbs d Chakara; Bea Priestley d Livvii Grace; Charlie Morgan & Smash Nikko d Lionessa The Finessa & Rhia O’Reilly

December 14: NXT Live (Birmingham, AL) – Aliyah d Vanessa Borne; Ember Moon (c) d Bianca Belair

December 15: Impact Pro Wrestling (Des Moines, IO) – Brooke Valentine(c) d Sierra Avery

December 15: All-Star Wrestling (Surrey, British Columbia) – Bambi Hall & Liiza Hall vs. Allie Parker & Malia Hosaka – Double Count Out

December 15: High Impact Wrestling (Regina, Saskatchewan) – Kato & Kat Von Heez d Brett Evans & Ethan Hawks; Ace Riviera & Shaun Moore d Kato & Kat Von Heez

December 15: Power Of Wrestling (Rostock, Germany) – Shanna (c) d Lissy Lennox

December 15: The Crash (Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico) – Keyra(c) d Christi Jaynes, Lacey Lane & Mima Shimoda

December 15: Impact Pro Wrestling (Algona, IO) – Brooke Valentine(c) vs. Frankie Jay – No Contest

December 15: WWE Live (Manchester, NH) – Bayley & Sasha Banks d Alicia Fox & Nia Jax; Asuka d Dana Brooke

December 15: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dalys la Caribena, La Amapola & Reyna Isis d Lady Maravilla, Marcela & Princesa Sugehit

December 15: NXT Live (Memphis, TN) – Liv Morgan d Dakota Kai; Shayna Baszler d Abbey Laith

December 15: NXT Live (Cocoa, FL) – Liv Morgan d Dakota Kai; Shayna Baszler d Abbey Laith

December 16: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Kyuri & Maika Ozaki d Tsukasa Fujimoto & Maruko Nagasaki; Satsuki Totoro & Karen DATE d Nao DATE & Ibuki Hoshi; Risa Sera & Maya Yukihi d Akane Fujita & Uno Matsuya; Hamuko Hoshi d Miyako Matsumoto & Mochi Miyagi

December 16: Australasian Wrestling Federation (Penrith, New South Wales) – Jasmin d Sky

December 16: Mega Championship Wrestling (Elyra, OH) – Joseline Navarro(c) d Samantha Heights, Super Oprah & Zoey Skye

December 16: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, Lancashire) – Rhio d Nightshade; Martina d Nadia Sapphire

December 16: Blue Water Championship Wrestling/ Xtreme Bombshells Of Wrestling (Port Huron, MI) – Caleb Stills & Shawna Reed d Atlas Hytower & Ingrid Isley

December 16: Melbourne City Wrestling (Thornbury, Victoria) – Indi Hartwell d Kellyanne; Toni Storm (c) d Shazza McKenzie

December 16: Southern Legacy Wrestling (Munford, AL) – Veronica Fairchild(c) d Kacee Carlisle

December 16: AAA (Apizaco, Tlaxcala) – Faby Apache d Lady Shani(c)

December 16: House of Glory (Jamaica, NY) – Sonya Strong d Su Yung

December 16: Xtreme Zone Wrestling (Sorel-Tracy, Quebec) – Kath Von Goth(c) & Sexxxy Eddy(c) d Cici Galavis & Dale Kilburn; Angie Skye d Azaelle

December 16: Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling (Hazelton, PA) – Allie Recks(c) d Sammi Pandora, Christina Marie & Ariela Nyx

December 16: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – Saki-sama & Yukio Saint Laurent d Antonio Honda & Cherry; Maho Kurone & Rika Tatsumi d Nodoka-Oneesan & Shoko Nakajima

December 16: Southern Hemisphere Wrestling Alliance (Thornlie, Western Australia) – Izzy Shaw d Roxy Ryot

December 16: WWE Live (Syracuse, NY) – Asuka d Dana Brooke; Bayley & Sasha Banks d Alicia Fox & Nia Jax

December 16: Northern Storm Wrestling/ Union Of European Wrestling Alliances (St. Petersburg, Russland) – Yuliana d Elita

December 16: Next Step Wrestling (Dresden, Germany) – Alpha Female d Killer Kelly

December 16: Federacion Universitaria de Lucha Libre (Antofagasta City, Chile) – Jennifer Knox (c) d Jade

December 16: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, Lancashire) – Rhio d Sierra Loxton; Jennie B. d Jokey & Molly Spartan; Lady Kathrine Darcy d Jayde; Jayla Dark d Sadie Gibbs; Martina d Nadia Sapphire; Kasey Owens d Jennie B.; Nightshade d Lauren

December 16: Impact Pro Wrestling (Balmoral, Auckland) – Candy Lee d Britenay(c)

December 16: Tidal Championship Wrestling (Leeds, West Yorkshire) – Little Miss Roxxy d Lizzy Styles(c)

December 16: Dynamo Pro Wrestling (St. Louis, MO) – Rahne Victoria d Savanna Stone & Tootie Lynn Ramsey

December 16: NXT Live (Largo, FL) – Shayna Baszler d Jessie Elaban; Dakota Kai & Rhea Ripley d Reina Gonzalez & Sage Beckett

December 16: Pro Wrestling Magic (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Jordynne Grace (c) d Skylar

December 16: WWE Live (Portland, ME) – Charlotte Flair (c) d Natalya

December 16: Venom Pro Wrestling (Mermaid Waters, Queensland) – Riebell (c) d Kira Sommers

December 16: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – La Jarochita, La Vaquerita & Sanely b Metálica, Tiffany & Zeuxis

December 16: SHINE 47 (Ybor City, FL) – Natalia Markova d Aerial Monroe; Dynamite DiDi d Tesha Price, Kikyo & Robyn Reid; Leva Bates d Dementia D’Rose via DQ; Priscilla Kelly(c) defeated Aja Perera; Shotzi Blackheart defeated Kiera Hogan; Jessicka Havok defeated Brandi Lauren; Ivelisse Velez(c) & Mercedes Martinez(c) d Aria Blake & Candy Cartwright; Stormie Lee d Rain

December 17: International Pro Wrestling: UK (Rochester, Kent) – Xia Brookside d Livvii Grace (c)

December 17: All-Star Pro (Oklahoma City, OK) – Erica d Nikki Knight(c)

December 17: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Maika Ozaki & Kyuri vs Maruko Nagasaki & Mio Momono – Draw; Tsukasa Fujimoto(c) d Hamuko Hoshi & Miyako Matsumoto; Karen DATE d Ibuki Hoshi; Nao DATE d Satsuki Totoro; Kurumi Hiragi, Akane Fujita & Mochi Miyagi d Risa Sera, Maya Yukihi & Hana DATE

December 17: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – Yuka Sakazaki & Yuu d Maho Kurone & Miyu Yamashita

December 17: WWE Live (Allentown, PA) – Asuka d Dana Brooke; Bayley & Sasha Banks d Alicia Fox & Nia Jax

Manami Katsu was determined to unseat Misaki Ohata of the Regina di WAVE Championship at Sunday’s PURE-J show – @sasuraiphoto2 ©

December 17: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan) – Aoi Kizuki & Natsumi Maki d Aki Shizuku & Yako Fujigasaki; Rydeen Hagane & KAZUKI d Mika Shirahime & Alex Lee; Leon(c) & Command Bolshoi(c) d AKINO & Mari Apache; Misaki Ohata(c) d Manami Katsu; DASH Chisako d Hanako Nakamori(c)

December 17: Clash Of Champions (Boston, MA) – Charlotte Flair (c) d Natalya

December 17: K-DOJO (Tokyo, Japan) – Dinosaur Takuma & Kotaro Yoshino & Bambi d Daigoro Kashiwa, Ricky Fuji & Yoshihiro Horaguchi

December 17: Greektown Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Alexia Nicole d Sienna

December 17: Iconic Heroes Wrestling Entertainment (Benbrook, TX) – Su Yung d Miranda Salinas; Hudson Envy d Laynie Luck

December 17: BWE Wrestling (Halifax, West Yorkshire) – Little Miss Roxxy(c) d Amarah

December 17: International Wrestling Revolution Group (Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico) – Ludark Shaitan d Fandango, Shadow Boy, Lili Dark & Demonio Infernal

December 18: WWE Live (White Plains, NY) – Charlotte Flair (c) d Natalya

December 18: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan) – KAORU vs Rosa Negra – DRAW; Heidi Katrina & Cassandra Miyagi d Mika Shirahime & Alex Lee; Chihiro Hashimoto & Ami Sato d DASH Chisako & Manami; Meiko Satomura & Command Bolshoi d Hiroyo Matsumoto & Mio Momono; Chihiro Hashimoto d KAORU, Command Bolshoi, Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Alex Lee, Heidi Katrina, Rosa Negra, Cassandra Miyagi, Mika Shirahime, Mio Momono, Ami Sato & Manami

December 18: Monday Night RAW (Providence, RI) – Asuka d Alicia Fox; Bayley, Mickie James & Sasha Banks d Mandy Rose, Paige & Sonya Deville via DQ

December 18: Generacion XXI (Irapuato, Guanajuato) – Keyra b Ludark Shaitan, Chik Tormenta

December 19: Smackdown Live (Newark, NJ) – Charlotte Flair & Naomi d Ruby Riott & Sarah Logan

December 20: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – Cherry d Mao Hoshino

December 20: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jessie Belle & Maria James d Cali & Madi Maxx

December 21: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Kaori Yoneyama d Sae; Rocky Kawamura vs. Hikaru Shida – Double K.O; Emi Sakura & Masahiro Takanashi d Baliyan Akki & Choun Shiryu; Riho & Mizuki d Saki & Kotori


Upcoming (December 23rd – December 8th)

December 23: Finest City Wrestling (Imperial Beach, CA) – Thunder Rosa

December 23: Anarchy Wrestling (Cornelia, GA) – Aja Perera vs Harlow O’Hara

December 23: Ground Zero San Diego (Imperial Beach, CA) – Delilah Doom; Raze

December 24: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Tsukasa Fujimoto & Arisa Nakajima vs Maika Ozaki & Kyuri; Maruko Nagasaki vs Karen DATE; Uno Matsuya vs Nao DATE; Akane Fujita & Kurumi Hiragi vs Maya Yukihi(c) & Risa Sera(c)

December 24: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Io Shirai(c) vs HZK; Takumi Iroha & Yoko Bito vs Toni Storm & Meiko Satomura; Rachael Ellering & Scarlett vs AZM & Momo Watanabe; Natsuko Tora & Jungle Kyona vs Kagetsu(c) & Hana Kimura(c); Mari Apache(c) vs Starlight Kid; Konami & Hiromi Mimura vs Sumire Natsu & Kris Wolf; Shiki Shibusawa & Hanan vs Kaori Yoneyama & Ruaka

December 25: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – La Jarochita, Marcela & Princesa Sugehit vs Dalys, Tiffany & Zeuxis

December 25: AAA (Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico) – Black Dragón, Estrella Divina & Faby Apache vs Lady Shani, Polvo de Estrellas & Warrior Jr.

December 27: Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (Marietta, GA) – Kiera Hogan vs Allie Kat vs Aria Blake vs Su Yung; Priscilla Kelly vs Kamilla Kaine

December 28: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA) – Brittany Blake vs Allie Kat vs Jordynne Grace vs Angels Layne; Veda Scott vs Faye Jackson

December 29: Capitol Wrestling (Hoboken, NJ) – Nyla Rose

December 29: Midwest Pro Wrestling Alliance (Royal Oak, MI) – Ashley America vs Maria James; Zoey Skye vs Ray Lyn

December 29: Absolute Intense Wrestling (Cleveland, OH) – Candice LeRae vs Laredo Kid vs Gringo Loko vs Matt Cross

December 29: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Ayako Hamada & ASUKA vs Meiko Satomura & Chihiro Hashimoto; Rina Yamashita & Ryo Mizunami vs SAKI & KAORU

December 30: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (St. Neots, Cambridgeshire) – Saraya Knight vs Kay Lee Ray(c)

December 30: Atomic Championship Wrestling (Reading, PA) – Tess Valentine(c) vs Ray Lyn; Davienne; Penelope Ford vs Delmi Exo; Sahara Se7en vs Ashley Vox; Trixie Tash vs Londyn Ali

December 30: Game Changer Wrestling (Blackwood, NJ) – Faye Jackson vs Allie Kat

December 31: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Kyuri & Maika Ozaki vs Tae Honma & Saori Anou; Risa Sera(c) vs Kurumi Hiragi

December 31: Pro Wrestling Ulster (Belfast, Ireland) – Katey Harvey(c) vs Lauren La Roux

January 2: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

January 4: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Veda Scott vs Maho Kurone

January 5: STARDOM (Nagoya, Japan)

January 6: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

January 6: Revolution Pro: U.K (London, England) – Millie McKenzie vs Charli Evans; Nina Samuels vs Jinny; Deonna Purrazzo vs Britt Baker; Zan Phoenix vs Zoe Lucas;

January 6: F1RST Wrestling (Minneapolis, MN) – Candice LeRae

January 7: STARDOM (Shimizu, Japan)

January 7: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

January 7: Revolution Pro (London, England)

Janaury 13: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

January 13: Black Label Pro (Crown Point, IN) – Jordynne Grace; Allie Kat

January 13: STARDOM (Yokohama, Japan)

January 13: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

January 14: Inspire Pro Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Delilah Doom & Thunder Rosa vs The Heavy Hearts(c)

January 14: OZ Academy (Okinawa, Japan)

January 14: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Yoshiko vs Nanae Takahashi

January 14: Wrestling Has A Tomorrow (Providence, RI) – Sonya Strong

January 18: Bar Wrestling (Baldwin Park, CA) – Delilah Doom; Heather Monroe; Laura James; Taya Valkyrie; Candice LeRae

– Sabotage Wrestling ©

January 19: Sabotage Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Barbi Hayden vs Joey Ryan; B-Boy vs Leva Bates; Andy Dalton, Gregory James, Rey Ortiz & Double D vs Phoebe, Nikki Knight, Robyn Reid & Angel Blue; Human Tornado vs Baby D; Kylie Rae vs GPA; Hyan & Erica Torres vs Rocketboy & Jordan Len-X; Heather Monroe vs Fuego Del Sol

January 19: Limitless Wrestling (Westbrook, MA) – Deonna Purrazzo vs Tessa Blanchard; Allie Kat

January 20: NORTH Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Shax vs Millie McKenzie vs Little Miss Roxxy

January 20: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, British Columbia) – Nicole Matthews; Christina Von Eerie

January 20: Imperial Wrestling Revolution (Dallas, TX) – Madison Rayne; Sahara Se7en; Desi Derata; Lisa Marie Varon

January 20: Queens of Combat (Gibsonville, NC) – Willow Nightingale; Taeler Hendrix(c); Su Yung(c); Renne Michelle; Allie Kat; Hudson Envy; Tessa Blanchard; Chelsea Green; Maria Manic; Penelope Ford; Kiera Hogan

January 21: Destiny Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Maria Manic vs Gisele Shaw

January 21: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

January 21: SMASH Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Allie

January 21: CSF Wrestling (Gloucester, Gloucestershire) – Zoe Lucas vs Zan Phoenix

Janaury 26: SHINE 48 (Ybor City, FL)

January 27: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Ivelisse vs Shotzi Blackheart; Mia Yim vs Raze; Barbi Hayden vs Desi DeRata

January 27: Capital Wrestling Alliance (Frankford, DE) – Terra Calaway vs C-Bunny; Angelus Layne vs Davienne vs Jordynne Grace; Jawsolyn vs Rosalie Valle; Delmi Exo & Ashley Vox vs Gabby Ortiz & Riley Shepard; Kylie Rae vs Thunder Rosa vs Lacey Lane; Skylar & Hyan vs Maria James & Hannah Hartkopf; Tess Valentine vs Nikki Addams vs Santana Garrett; Nyla Rose; Sahara Se7en; Jordan Blade; Kaci Dillon; Candy Cartwright vs Deonna Purrazzo vs TBA; Debbie Kane; Layne Rosario; Jayel Cotto; Savannah Evans

January 27: ZERO1 USA (Mattoon, IL) – Madison Rayne(c) vs Randi West; Laurel Van Ness; Rahne Victoria vs Savanna Stone

January 28: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

January 28: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Angel Blue

February 3: WrestlePro (Rahway, NJ) – Tenille Dashwood vs Angelina Love

February 3: Central Empire Wrestling (Oskaloosa, IA) – Allie Recks vs Sierra

February 3: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Stevenage, Hertfordshire) – Gail Kim

February 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

February 4: STARDOM (Kyoto, Japan)

February 9: Project Wrestling (Lanesborough, MA) – Kennadi Copeland vs Allie Recks

February 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

February 10: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

February 10: Women of Warriors IV (Brooklyn, NY) – Nikki Addams(c) vs Kacee Carlisle; Thunder Rosa & Holidead vs Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo; Gemma Cross vs Davienne; Allie Recks vs Tasha Steelz; Nyla Rose vs Jessicka Havok; Vanity; C-Bunny; Willow Nightingale

February 12: OZ Academy (Osaka, Japan)

February 16: Pro Wrestling Revolver (Dayton, OH) – Jessicka Havok vs Shotzi Blackheart

February 16: Atomic Wrestling Entertainment (Cocoa, FL) – Leva Bates vs Tenille Dashwood

February 17: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

February 17: Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling (Hazleton, PA) – Allie Recks vs Tenille Dashwood

February 18: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

February 18: Pro Wrestling Clash (Borehamwood, Hertfordshire) – Jayde vs Nina Samuels

February 18: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

February 18: Glory Pro Wrestling (Edwardsville, IL) – LuFisto vs Savanna Stone

February 18: British Empire Wrestling (Morden, England) – Kaitlin Diemond; Jawsolyn

February 24: nCw Femmes Fatales (Ottawa, Ontario) – Mercedes Martinez(c); Nicole Savoy(c); Jessicka Havok; Vanessa Kraven

February 24: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

February 24: Jersey All Pro Wrestling (Rahway, NJ) – Raze; LuFisto & KTB vs Katred & Shlak; Deonna Purrazzo

February 24: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Rosemary vs Robbie X

February 25: America’s Most Liked Wrestling (Winston-Salem, NC) – Tenille Dashwood vs TBA

February 28: Stand Alone Wrestling (Mays Landing, NJ) – Tenille Dashwood vs Brittany Blake

March 2: Northeast Wrestling (Waterbury, CT) – Deonna Purrazzo vs Tenille Dashwood

March 3: Blood Brothers Pro Wrestling (Sun Valley, CA) – Ludark Shaitan; Kikyo Nakamura; Buggy Nova

March 3: Battle Club Pro (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Willow Nightingale; Harlow O’Hara

March 3: STARDOM (Kasukabe, Japan)

March 3: German Wrestling Federation (Berlin, Germany) – Katey Harvey(c) vs Blue Nikita

March 4: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

March 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

March 10: STARDOM (Niigata, Japan)

March 11: Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (Atlanta, GA) – Tenille Dashwood

March 11: XWA Wrestling (Colchester, Essex) – Jordynne Grace

March 16: World Series Wrestling (Ferntree Gully, Melbourne) – Deonna Purrazzo; Shazza McKenzie

March 17: World Series Wrestling (Ferntree Gully, Melbourne) – Deonna Purrazzo; Shazza McKenzie

March 17: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

March 17: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

March 17: ZERO 1 USA (Vandalia, IL) – Brittany Blake, Delilah Doom & Savanna Stone vs Madison Rayne, Nevaeh & Sierra

March 18: World Series Wrestling (Adelaide, Southern Australia) – Deonna Purrazzo; Shazza McKenzie

March 19: World Series Wrestling (Penrith, New South Wales) – Deonna Purrazzo; Shazza McKenzie

March 21: STARDOM (Kanazawa, Japan)

March 24: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Jessicka Havok vs Raze; Hania vs Shotzi Blackheart

March 25: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 28: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 28: National Pro Wrestling League (Petaluma, CA) – Chelsea Green vs Taeler Hendrix(c)

March 31: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

April 1: Revolution Pro (London, England)

April 1: STARDOM (Nagoya, Japan)

April 6: PROGRESS (New Orleans, LA)

April 7: PROGRESS (New Orleans, LA)

April 7: SHIMMER 100 (Kenner, LA)

April 8: WrestleCircus (New Orleans, LA)

– RISE Wrestling ©

April 13: RISE 7: Sensation (Berwyn, IL) – Mercedes Martinez vs Taya Valkyrie; Thunder Rosa; Delilah Doom(c) vs Deonna Purrazzo

April 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

April 14: SHIMMER 101-102 (Berwyn, IL)

April 15: SHIMMER 103-104 (Berwyn, IL)

April 21: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

April 30: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

May 4: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan)

May 5: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Tenille Dashwood

May 5: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London) – Charlie Morgan vs Sammii Jayne(c); Aja Kong vs Viper; Kay Lee Ray vs Meiko Satomura; Erin Angel; Jetta; Emi Sakura; Jamie Hayter; Leah Owens; Laura Di Matteo; Nina Samuels

May 12: Making Towns Classic (Nashville, TN) – Delilah Doom; Savanna Stone; Jordynne Grace; Su Yung

May 13: Revolution Pro (London, England)

May 19: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

May 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

June 9: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

June 16: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

June 17: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

June 29: RISE 8: Outback (South Gate, CA) – Madison Eagles

July 8: Revolution Pro (London, England)

July 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

July 16: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

August 5: Revolution Pro (London, England)

August 11: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

August 12: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

September 2: Revolution Pro (London, England)

September 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

September 24: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

October 7: Revolution Pro (London, England)

October 13: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

October 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

November 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

November 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

November 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

December 2: Revolution Pro (London, England)

December 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

December 24: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

Data collected from but not limited to: Cagematch, Puroresu Spirit, Hashtag Wrestling, WrestleRopes UK, Battle-News, EnzuigiriPuro

Ciara Reid @Ciara92189 on Twitter

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