Ringbelles Roundup (1/6/18) – Royal Rumble gets feminized, WOH finally get a title, Knockouts title gets a new champion, New champions in WAVE & Ice Ribbon, Veda gets a title shot & more

People had been speculating on whether or not the WWE would go the extra mile and hand the women their own version of the Royal Rumble match and its happening – World Wrestling Entertainment ©

It should go without saying that I’m fully aware that someone will translate this as being ungrateful and going against my feministic freedom, but sometimes you can not sugarcoat the obvious. Several years ago, I began taking up a hobby that would later become one of my favorite past times during my teenage spell and it happened to be playing the most recent game turned out by WWE. The options were endless at times. I was able to have the women compete in any type of matchup I wanted, especially those I wasn’t privy to on television, that’s until they began putting restrictions on certain things in the games. I remember being overly frustrated that I wasn’t able to have the women wrestle in a six-person tag team match, meanwhile, I was being forced to accept this match and its concept for three minutes every Monday night.

I found it strange that even in virtual reality the women were still being forced into a box of what they can and can’t do when it came to professional wrestling and entertainment overall. I do not need the exhausted explanation that the current state of their women’s division was in peril and how a majority of the competitors were incapable of working in those matchups in reality – regardless of that mouthbreathing jargon, the pixelated images represented one of WWE’s biggest problems when it comes to their female employees. Thousands of people have touched on this, however, not many have called the company out for their habitual false prophesying over the years and it appears to have gotten worse with the popularity of hashtags.

The women have received merch, loads of it and even dolls that are replicas of them and that’s something I wished, wholeheartedly for as an adolescent. Based on my recollection, I can only remember the likes of Sable, Chyna, and Lita being marketed heavy throughout my youth and later Trish Stratus. The rest of the roster was relegated to the annual swimsuit issue of their magazine or sold off onto uncomfortably posed posters on their website. Things were completely different back then.

Viewership of the current product has drifted for me over the past couple of years and its one of the main reasons why I don’t always comment on the latest news story coming out of Monday and Tuesday night’s episodes. Everything feels piled on at times with the constant schilling that this and that is a “first” for the women, which can be quite nauseating when it doesn’t come off as genuine. I was once told that a historical moment should be allowed to be just that and coexist with the past and present without being pummeled into your psyche that this one thing is “important” and deserves our attention. I hate to be the person that blames people’s actions on society, but its a taught behavior by those within society that when it comes to women achieving anything, whether it be a milestone or tieing their shoe, they have to label it as a “woman” thing and not let it be something that exists.

Society has taught us that everything has to be prefixed when it comes to women and their everyday decisions have to be singularly pointed out even when it’s completely unnecessary. I watched this company go bonkers on pushing a movement in order to forcefully change their unwanted audience’s perspective that doesn’t seem to have curved. Despite getting rid of a name and rebranding their women as members of the in-crowd, superstars, there’s still a portion of their formally targeted demographic that still views the women as in furrier no matter what.

You can not change everyone’s perspective in a day, a month or in a year. Sometimes people want to accept things the way they are and are comfortable with those bad projections, regardless of how offensive it truly is. Those people that still view women as objects, still find time to bash a women’s anything on their podcast, make nonsensical posts on social media claiming that they are for the progression of women and their things, but in the same breath will continue to slut-shame these women and chalk up all of their accomplishments to being the result of being under someone literally. Its embarrassing to see this behavior continue on at the rampant pace that it was already operating at in the shadows of these changes that the company is working hard to achieve. That small glimpse into the mindset of their viewers is probably nowhere near the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the company’s landscape and the changes its undergoing behind the scenes.

Stephanie McMahon and her husband have been at the forefront the entire time when it comes to wanting to push this new agenda in wanting their female employees to be celebrated and commended for their contributions, no matter the size. There’s no convincing me that those two do not receive resistance from those working behind the scenes in wanting to kickstart this whirlwind like changes. Women are seen on screen as backstage interviewers and not just as a ring announcer. Women are even being incorporated into the commentary team, though its guest appearances; Beth Phoenix has already been confirmed for the upcoming Mixed Match Challenge on the sixteenth. However, the underlying issue here is visibility and its importance has gotten lost in translation over the years and it feels like these “first time ever” maneuvers for the women are a shortcut to cleaning up their irresponsibilities. If you wanted to do in-depth research or if fact-checking is your guilty pleasure, you would discover that women have seldom been used when it comes to the Royal Rumble as an event. It’s not shocking one bit because the matchup is the prime focus of the show and everyone wants to know who is going to WrestleMania to face the champion. However, the women’s dismissal from the show outside from a random Divas Title defense or a quick brawl at ringside between valets or innocent bystanders is a reflection of their battle with visibility.

Everyone and their godmother, whether she be a “fairy” or not, routinely bring up and herald the “Golden Era” as the be-all, end-all to women’s wrestling in that company and is accredited to being the movement that ushered in a renaissance on the indies. If there was ever a time the company could have held a women’s version of the Royal Rumble, that roster could have pulled it off with the additional surprise entrants that could have been former or new competitors being brought in. Because of what we were being shown on screen, anything felt possible in those days to those sitting at home watching. Those women still struggled behind the scenes with the lack of creativity they were given and had the door shut in their faces thousands of times when came to pitching an idea like having their own version of the Royal Rumble or wanting to have a Hell In A Cell matchup. This most likely goes on to this day despite what’s been changed, however, they are probably simply saying “no” instead of telling the women something is not “safe” enough for them and shielding them like they are some porcelain dolls.

Bayley, Asuka, Sasha Banks, Dana Brooke, Mickie James, Nia Jax, Alexa Bliss, Alicia Fox, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville and Paige all in the ring celebrating Stephanie McMahon’s announcement during Monday Night RAW – World Wrestling Entertainment ©

The opportunity to make this happen in real time presented itself again and this time, Stephanie McMahon delivered the announcement in the midst of a brawl between the RAW women’s roster, Paige and her recruited and trained cohorts, Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose. I remember looking at my timeline on Twitter and watching people question the logic behind the women brawling, then stopping the violence to stand next to each other to celebrate the historical announcement – there were numerous think pieces about the heels and babyfaces getting along for a split second and how it blurred and killed the comeback of kayfabe and while I understood everyone’s complaints about the situation, they still missed the bigger picture here. The women getting to perform in this match trumps the overall importance of an ongoing storyline right now along with the winner of the traditional headliner, the winner of this matchup will go on to face the respective champion of their roster at the granddaddy of them all. There are multiple variables going into this match, like Carmella, still holding onto her Money In The Bank briefcase, the introduction of the three-woman stables, the inclusion of NXT’s women’s division, surprise entrants and Asuka already getting a non-title win over Alexa Bliss, watching all of those play out is way more important than trying to nitpick one small moment like all the competitors forgetting that they hate each other.

The picture at the very beginning of this article, to the right, symbolizes the root and cause for this to be taking place. The women have become a visible part of the product these days and are working the main events as opposed to a repeated matchup between the top male competitors in the company. I can sit here and believe that the company is aware that visibility matters in today’s world and overall period and who its attracting. The female demographic has increased in terms of seeing who’s showing up to these events nowadays – sports, in general, have always been a male-dominated playground and with women either getting into watching, taking part or being comfortable enough to be apart of the fandom despite the ridicule from their male peers, it’s growing.

Between the ages of eight and going into their teenage years, young girls are becoming more invested in the product, because it’s being catered to them and welcomes their support. I can not say that I had the same “welcomed” feeling growing up, especially when I’m exposed to things like watching the women strip each other down to their unmentionables on a weekly basis. I wasn’t sure the company wanted me to watch the product and accept their graphic content and not be offended or not. There’s still a lot of room for critique that can be done when it comes to the Royal Rumble and WWE’s treatment of its female employees, but right now there’s nothing wrong with sitting back and enjoying this moment.

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Despite people still being caught up in the holiday spirit, wrestling continued on throughout the week and over the weekend in the indies and beyond…

Yumi Ohka stands tall moments after winning the Regina di WAVE Championship for the second time – @shige5767 ©

There’s a new Regina di WAVE Champion, however, the titleholder happens to be none than Yumi Ohka and it’s not her first rodeo with the belt either. Misaki Ohata’s planned ride into the new year with the strap got canceled; the promotion had Ohka pull the plug in her seventh title defense as champion and the decision appears to be done out of possibly handing Mika Iida a proper sendoff and not as a progressive choice. Oddly, this is Ohka’s second stint with the championship despite WAVE’s continuance to push her as one of the main stars since her reign back in 2013. It feels like she’s held the title at least six times since then though the belt’s lineage only has eight champions with Ohka being the current.

Ohka makes her first title defense this Sunday in Tokyo, as she defends up against the winner of the year-annual Zan-1, which is determined by the fans’ vote. Mika Iida was chosen and as a result of garnering up to a whopping twelve-hundred points, she’s going to be the one to challenge Ohka for the title at Shinjuku FACE on Sunday. Iida promises to capture the Regina di WAVE Championship ahead of her retirement, which takes place in May. The problem I have here is that the promotion preferred to hand the belt back to Ohka in order to give Iida one last hoorah before stepping away from the ring instead of continuing Ohata’s reign, which has been a quite successful one. Ohata’s been busy racking up defenses within Ice Ribbon, WAVE and recently beat out Manami Katsu to hang onto the title at PURE-J’s year-end show on December 17th. However, Misaki will have another shot at becoming champion once again; she faces Ayako Hamada in a number one contender’s match on Sunday, with the winner going on to take on Ohka or Iida for the title down the line.

Hiragi Kurumi defends the Ice Cross Infinity Championship for the first time on Saturday in Yokohama. She goes up against Nao DATE a few days after unseating Risa Sera of the belt in the main event of RibbonMania. Sera’s reign had reached a full-year when Kurumi ended it in her eighth title defense to close out Ice Ribbon’s show at Korakuen Hall on New Year’s Eve. Sera won the title at the year-end show in 2016 and defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto to walk away with the belt for the second time after it had been vacated a month earlier by Fujimoto when her matchup against Tsukushi ended in a thirty-minute, time limit draw. She retained the championship against the likes of Mochi Miyagi, Akane Fujita, Maya Yukihi and Maruko Nagasaki before dropping it to Kurumi, whose career resurgence began right after returning from injury in October. It was reported that she had been injured sometime in August and as a result, she missed a whole month of action in September and vacated the International Ribbon Tag Team straps, which she been holding with Tsukushi.

Tsukushi looks to be embarking on a new beginning upon her return to Ice Ribbon on New Year’s Eve – @hahaaaanmax ©

Tsukushi’s own troubles kept her out of action and on indefinite hiatus from an in-ring activity last year; she made her return at RibbonMania and fell to Fujimoto in the show’s opener. Ice Ribbon is not going to be too quick at jumping the gun and pushing Tsukushi back into any of the current, ongoing title pictures right away. The promotion is probably going to choose the route of reintroducing their audience back to the competitor instead, as she adorned an all-white ensemble for her “re-debut,” foregoing her usual ring attire. The generic piece made Tsukushi look like a rookie that was wrestling her first matchup ever and happened to be against her trainer, Fujimoto and not the multiple time champion that she actually is – maybe that’s the idea Ice Ribbon is going for in rewriting Tsukushi’s story. The situation that happened between her and allegedly Kagetsu a while back has really put a damper on things career wise and she’s been shunned into obscurity since then and even missed out on working Manami Toyota’s retirement event.

The new champion’s first opponent, Nao DATE won the finals of the Young Ice Tournament on the show after defeating Maruko Nagasaki with the Yoga Tower Fall and issued her challenge to Kurumi for the belt and the matchup was then set up for the Radiant Hall. The title win marks the second for seventeen-year-old Hiragi Kurumi, whose first reign with the championship occurred back in March of 2015 and has since won the International Ribbon Tag Team Championships on three occasions with the aforementioned, Tsukushi and like her partner, she’s accomplished quite a lot since breaking into the profession seven years ago at the age of ten.

Ring of Honor’s lack of including their women athletes into multiple things from championships, pay-per-views and even being apart of their weekly televised product has always left them on the receiving end of a roast from me in the past. However, their recent decisions haven’t proved me wrong completely, as it’s still those “let’s wait and see” situations ongoing. There was once a time the promotion had a bit of exclusivity to a women’s promotion and even sold their content on their website aside from showcasing a few of its competitors on its events. The matches were never close together and most of the time, it was just happening to happen. We were never given a cohesive reason for six women, with the exception of Daizee Haze, MsChif, Allison Danger and Lacey to be involved in a matchup on the card for “Supercard of Honor” back in 2006 and it became a repeated pattern throughout the company’s now, sixteen-year tenure.

Here’s an up close and personal view of the Women of Honor Championship – Ring of Honor Wrestling ©

It appeared that the women were going to again get the ritual “okey-doke” that the women before them had endured for years and get stuck into wrestling one another in circles for eternity like Sara Del Rey and Haze. That doesn’t appear to be the case, as the promotion has announced their plans to run a tournament to crown the inaugural champion of their women’s division. It’s going to be a field of sixteen competitors and the qualifying matchups have already started with Brandi Rhodes and Jessie Brooks advancing to the next stage of the tournament. The announcement was officially dropped back on December 15th and the championship gold was unveiled in front of the live audience there in attendance for “Final Battle.”

Joining Deonna Purrazzo, Kelly Klein, Sumie Sakai, Mandy Leon, Jenny Rose among others on stage for the reveal was Mayu Iwatani, who was not only flown in for the occasion but will be competing in the tournament alongside STARDOM’s Kagetsu, Hana Kimura, and HZK. Ring of Honor’s partnership with the Japanese promotion has certainly afforded them the opportunity to exchange for one of their biggest stars to be apart of the crowning moment. The aforementioned will also be involved; Madison Rayne confirmed her participation via Twitter. In the coming weeks, the promotion will continue the qualifying matches on their live events, with the matches being uploaded to their respective online archives. The promotion is relying heavily on their in-house competitors to make up this tournament, as it appears that Iwatani and company are the only foreign competitors getting a chance to be apart of history in the making. There’s been no mention of European or even Australian talent being brought in to help make up some of these spots in the brackets; the luchadoras in Mexico are also shut out it appears.

Lots of news coming out of Tokyo Joshi Pro’s live-streamed show on Thursday – a new competitor will be heading over in February and it happens to be Samara, a member of the local independent scene in California. She’s been competing for the past few years and refers to herself as the “Warrior Princess of Punjab” and aside from receiving a WWE tryout back in September of 2016, she became the first woman to challenge for the CMLL World Women’s belt and have the champion, Dalys defend it here in the states as opposed to boarding a flight to Mexico or Japan. The promotion has announced her debut for their February 3rd show and that she’ll also be competing at their February 12th event.

Veda Scott’s had a few appearances over in Japan, but this weekend she gets to do something many of her peers have already gotten to do – Tokyo Joshi Pro ©

Both the tag team titles and the Princess of Princess Championship changed hands at the show, as Yuka Sakazaki and Shoko Nakajima unseated Mizuki and Riho for the belts in their second title defense following a Magical Girl Splash from Sakazaki onto Mizuki. The new champions have already gotten their first opponents in the form of Saki-Sama and Azusa Christie, as the two competitors announced themselves for the opportunity. Miyu Yamashita regained the Princess of Princess Title from Reika Saiki in the show’s main event, winning with the Crash Rabbit Heat. Yamashita was crowned the inaugural champion back in January of 2016 and went on to hold and defend the belt for 262-days before dropping it to Yuu at Shinjuku FACE that September.

Besides falling in her third title defense, Saiki now has the second shortest reign with the TOKYO Princess of Princess strap next to Yuka Sakazaki’s eighty-three day run back in 2017 – Yuu’s 255-days as champion trails behind Yamashita’s reign as the longest in the belt’s still toddler lineage. Veda Scott issued a challenge to the new champion post-match and the title match has been added to this Sunday’s lineup in Osaka. Scott made her first appearance for the promotion at Thursday’s show and picked up the win over Maho Kurone with a Backdrop Hold. The title defense makes Scott the first foreign competitor to ever be afforded an opportunity to challenge for the belt and if she happens to win, it will be her first championship claimed outside of the United States.

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There’s still a layover from the holiday break and this weekend’s few sporadic events proves it, though a new champion will be ushered in and a new contender will be discovered…

– Revolution Pro ©

Revolution Pro out in the United Kingdom is set to legitimize their infant women’s division this Saturday and Sunday in London. The promotion will be crowning the inaugural champion in a tournament that kicks off with the likes of Nina Samuels going up against Jinny and Zan Phoenix battling it out with the now-well traveled, Zoe Lucas. Deonna Purrazzo makes the additional trip over to the country in an effort to compete alongside with newfound sensation, Millie McKenzie, who’s going to be taking on Charli Evans. What was supposed to be an eight-woman tournament has now become seven as a result of Britt Baker’s flight getting canceled due to the winter storm, Grayson. Baker was set to make her official debut for the promotion and work her first booking inside the United Kingdom, however, due to Mother Nature’s current mood swing, the debut is going have to be postponed for now. The tournament will be narrowed down on the first night, while the finalists go on to fight for the championship at Sunday’s show. Revolution Pro has announced an official replacement for Baker, as she was scheduled to face Purrazzo in their qualifying matchup. The promotion had stated that they were “reaching out” to local competitors or anyone willing to make the booking – Deonna could’ve been given a “bye” into the finals of the tournament, which would then be turned into a three-way contest for the title. However, Sammii Jayne has been added to the matchup and if she happens to win this tournament, it will be the fourth championship hanging around her waist… A week ahead of their next big show, STARDOM has shows pinned for both this Saturday and Sunday. Beginning in Osaka, Nicole Savoy, Rachael Ellering, and Miranda Salinas are going to be teaming up together on the shows, as they take on Kaori Yoneyama, Natsuko Tora, Jungle Kyona and go up against Io Shirai and her stable when the promotion invades Shimizu, Japan. Xia Brookside and Kay Lee Ray will also be teaming up on Saturday, as they take on HZK and Momo Watanabe. However, they will be opponents on Sunday when they face Mary Apache in a non-title matchup. Kris Wolf is going to be off of this weekend’s show due to injury… Jinx battles Kikyo in her debut for IWA Mid-South on Saturday… Joining the aforementioned title match at WAVE’s show on Sunday is a tag team, Hardcore match that sees Nanae Takahashi and Yoshiko taking on Rina Yamashita and Ryo Mizunami… This Sunday, Mayumi Ozaki and Maya Yukihi will be going up against Aja Kong and Hiroyo Matsumoto for OZ Academy’s show at Shinjuku FACE and the matchup will be non-title. The new number one contender to Yoshiko’s Openweight Championship will also be determined at the show, as there’s going to a six-woman, Last Woman Standing tag team match, pitting Sonoko Kato, Yumi Ohka, Rina Yamashita, AKINO, Kaori Yoneyama and Alex Lee against one another for a shot at the belt.

Let’s go ahead and check out next weekend’s forecast that sees two big title matches happening in Yokohama…

Kris Wolf and Io Shirai will be defending their respective singles titles at the Yokohama Radiant Hall on Saturday, January 13th. Shirai goes head-to-head with Rachael Ellering three weeks removed from making her debut in the country. Wolf’s Alternative Wrestling Show Women’s belt will be on the line against Miranda Salinas and she too will be getting her first crack at a championship after just merely debuting a few weeks ago. Wolf has already claimed her first title defense of the strap when she retained successfully against Scarlett at STARDOM’s December 22nd show in Osaka… Sonya Strong faces Alisha Edwards for Wrestling Has A Tomorrow’s show at Fete Music in Providence on January 14th… Pro Wrestling: EVE presents “Not Made To Be Subtle” at the Resistance Gallery in London on Janaury 13th. The promotion has also announced that due to injury, Jetta will not be competing on the show and even posted a graphic picture, which you see here, and detailed that she recently underwent surgery to correct the damage… Delilah Doom and Thunder Rosa challenge Stacey Slade and Bruno de la Rosa, the “Heavy Hearts,” for the Twin Dragon Connection Titles at Inspire Pro’s season premiere at the Austin Sports Center on Janaury 14th… Yoshiko and Nanae Takahashi’s one-on-one singles match headlines SEAdLINNNG’s event on January 14th… Jordynne Grace and Allie Kat work Black Label Pro’s show in Crown Point, Indiana on January 13th.


The Ringbelles Roundup is back until further notice and in the meantime, if you would like to contribute results, news items, especially if you are promotion or a wrestler or if you attended a show over the weekend and have pictures that are available to posted – Get in touch with me through my social media outlets, like Twitter and all credit will be given and appreciated.


WWE

More teams for the upcoming Mixed Matched Challenge are being announced, as Lana and Naomi have been paired with their husbands, Rusev and Jimmy Uso. Nia Jax is teaming up with Apollo Crews, Sasha Banks and Finn Balor, Alexa Bliss will be teaming up with Braun Strowman and Charlotte gets to work along with Bobby Roode… Shayna Baszler makes her debut on next week’s episode of NXT

North America

Zelo Pro Wrestling is the latest promotion to jump into the game and decide that they are crowning a women’s champion on January 14th in Chicago. The promotion held a contract signing, which can be seen here, that sees both title contenders, Tessa Blanchard and Kylie Rae making the main event matchup official with their signatures. Britt Baker and Laynie Luck will also be competing on the show, but they won’t be involved in the title match… LuFisto and Faye Jackson get a chance to settle their differences at NOVA Pro’s “Cupid’s Chokehold” on February 16th. The promotion has also announced that their first women’s show will be apart of the March 10th lineup in Annandale, Virginia… House Of Glory has booked a matchup between Ivelisse and Sonya Strong for their February 3rd show in Queens… Baby D retained her Metroplex Wrestling Championship against Frankie Fisher on Saturday in Bedford, Texas… Davienne faces Kacee Carlisle on February 21st for UFO Wrestling out in Boston… With Mia Yim on the shelf, Alternative Wrestling Show has announced that her opponent for the evening of January 27th, Raze, will be taking on Delilah Doom, Dynamite DiDi and Notorious Nadi in her absence… Sahara Se7en defends the MCW Women’s Championship against Gia Scott on January 20th… Thunder Rosa remains the AIWF Women’s World Champion after retaining the belt against Angel Blue at Total Championship Wrestling’s show in on Saturday…
Aja Perera is the latest entrant into the Making Towns Classic after beating Harlow O’Hara in a qualifier on December 23rd… The main event of SHIMMER 100 has been announced and it will be Nicole Savoy defending the championship in a rematch against Mercedes Martinez… Vanessa Azure retained the Brew City Wrestling Ladies Title against Sierra on Friday in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin… Deonna Purrazzo, Raze, Maria Manic and Jessie Brooks will all compete in a match to determine the next challenger to LuFisto’s JAPW Women’s Championship on February 24th in Rahway, New Jersey… Savannah Riley retained the East Bay Pro Wrestling Ladies Championship against Kimberly Diamond on Saturday in Pacheco, California… Some additional announcements concerning RISE’s return to California on June 29th – the promotion will present another double shot with Alternative Wrestling Show the following day in South Gate and have already announced some of the talent pool for the event that features the likes of Aerial Monroe, Mia Yim, Delilah Doom, Willow Nightingale and Jordynne Grace… Barbi Hayden is the first competitor announced for Reality Of Wrestling’s an all women’s Invitational on February 17th

Europe

Kay Lee Ray’s first matchup as the new Queen of Southside Champion will be taking place at the February 24th show, where she defends against the most recent titleholder, Lana Austin… Irene retained her Italian Championship Wrestling Women’s belt against Jokey, Mary Cooper and Queen Maya in Milan… Westside Xtreme Wrestling has announced two title defenses already for Killer Kelly’s first reign as the women’s champion. The first takes place at the January 20th show in Oberhausen when she defends the strap against the 2017 Femmes Fatales winner, Toni Storm. The second matchup will take place six days later in Lindenhalle, as she goes up against Veda Scott as part of the promotion’s “We Love Wrestling” tour… Millie McKenzie takes on Candyfloss in Dingwalls, Camden on February 15th… British Empire Wrestling has announced the debut of the new PCW Women’s Champion, Rhio and Lady Chardonnay for their February 18th event in Morden. The show will also include a tag team match involving Bobbi Tyler and Jayde going up against Jawsolyn and Maddison Miles

Japan

A five-on-five person tag team match has been booked for STARDOM’s January 21st show at Korakuen Hall, as members of Oedo Tai and Queen’s Quest finally clash. The matchup will mark the in-ring return of Tam Nakano, as she’s been out of action due to injury. Nakano will be teaming up with Kagetsu, Sumire Natsu, Hana Kimura and Kris Wolf to take on Io Shirai, Viper, HZK, AZM and Momo Watanabe and rules have been added to the matchup, as it will begin as a one-on-one contest and whoever loses, the next member of that team will enter – its basically an elimination match. The last member to be either pinned or submitted will be forced to leave their faction as part of the stipulation. Kay Lee Ray will be challenging Mary Apache for the High Speed Title as part of the promotion’s seventh-anniversary event, in addition to the return of Mayu Iwatani. Queen’s Quest will also be defending the Artist of STARDOM Championships against Kagetsu, Wolf, and Kimura on January 28th

Mexico

Lady Shani successfully retained the AAA Reina de Reinas Title against Faby Apache on Friday in Iztapalapa, Mexico on a show for Promociones Rosales. AAA has already announced Shani will be defending the championship against Apache on twenty-sixth of this month and it will be her third title defense of her reign and her second to be broadcast on television

Australia & New Zealand

Tyra Russamee suffered a broken humerus in her left arm on Friday night in Colorado after taking a powerbomb during her matchup… Shazza McKenzie has been confirmed for RISE’s June 29th show in South Gate, California in addition to Madison Eagles, who will also be apart of the developmental seminar that day along with Nicole Matthews


Results (December 27th – January 5th)

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

December 27: NXT (Winter Park, FL) – Ember Moon (c) d Sonya Deville

December 27: WWE Live (Detroit, MI) – Charlotte d Carmella, Natalya & Tamina

December 27: WWE Live (Uniondale, NY) – Mandy Rose, Paige & Sonya Deville vs Bayley, Mickie James & Sasha Banks – No Contest; Asuka & Dana Brooke d Alexa Bliss & Nia Jax

Brittany Blake sails off the top rope onto an awaiting Angelus Layne at NOVA Pro’s show on December 28th – Jay Lee Photography ©

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

December 28: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – Riho d Yasu Urano by Ring Out; Hideki Suzuki d Riho by Ring Out

December 28: FutureShock Wrestling (Prestwich, Greater Manchester) – Jayla Dark & Molly Spartan d Kasey Owens & Lana Austin

December 28: WWE Live (Pittsburgh, PA) – Liv Morgan & Ruby Riott d Becky Lynch & Naomi; Charlotte Flair (c) d Carmella, Lana & Natalya

December 28: WWE Live (Hartford, CT) – Asuka & Dana Brooke d Alexa Bliss & Nia Jax; Bayley & Sasha Banks d Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

December 29: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Fairy Nihonbashi, Hikaru Shida, Kaori Yoneyama & Miyuki Takase d Cherry, Mio Momono, Moeka Haruhi & Sakura Hirota; Mika Iida d Hiroe Nagahama; Rina Yamashita & Ryo Mizunami d KAORU & SAKI; Rin Kadokura & Takumi Iroha d Nagisa Nozaki & Yuki Miyazaki; Chihiro Hashimoto & Meiko Satomura defeat ASUKA & Ayako Hamada; Yumi Ohka d Misaki Ohata (c)

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

December 29: Promociones Rosales (Iztapalapa, Mexico) – Lady Shani (c) d Faby Apache

December 29: Midwest Independent Association of Wrestling (South Milwaukee, WI) – Vanessa Azure (c) d Sierra

December 30: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jaylee(c) d Cali, Jessie Belle, Meg & Torey Payne

December 30: PROGRESS (Camden, Greater London) – Millie McKenzie d Candyfloss, Chakara, Charlie Morgan, Charli Evans & Sierra Loxton

December 30: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Kyuri & Maika Ozaki d Ibuki Hoshi & Julia; Miyako Matsumoto d Satsuki Totoro; Nao DATE d Karen DATE; Maya Yukihi, Risa Sera & Tequila Saya d Akane Fujita, Matsuya Uno & Mochi Miyagi

December 30: East Bay Pro Wrestling (Pacheco, CA) – Savanah Riley (c) d Kimberly Diamond

December 30: Italian Championship Wrestling, Union Of European Wrestling Alliances (Milan, Italy) – Irene (c) d Jokey, Mary Cooper & Queen Maya

December 30: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – HARASHIMA d Ken Ohka, Man Man Kai Kind, Ryuichi Sekine, Saki Akai, Soma Takao, Takayuki Ueki & Yuki Ueno

December 30: Total Championship Wrestling (Killeen, TX) – Thunder Rosa(c) d Angel Blue

December 30: Metroplex Wrestling (Bedford, TX) – Baby D(c) d Frankie Fisher

December 31: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Tsukasa Fujimoto d Tsukushi; Julia, Karen DATE & Satsuki Totoro d Hana DATE, Ibuki Hoshi & Mammoth Ineko; Hamuko Hoshi, Matsuya Uno & Mochi Miyagi d Makoto, Maya Yukihi & Tequila Saya; Arisa Nakajima d Akane Fujita; Miyako Matsumoto d Hideki Suzuki; Hideki Suzuki d Miyako Matsumoto; Kyuri & Maika Ozaki d Saori Anou & Tae Honma; Nao DATE d Maruko Nagasaki; Hiragi Kurumi d Risa Sera (c)

Janaury 1: Monday Night RAW (Miami, FL) – Asuka d Alexa Bliss

January 2: Smackdown Live (Orlando, FL) – Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott & Sarah Logan d Carmella, Natalya & Tamina

January 2: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dalys, La Metálica & Tiffany d La Jarochita, Maligna & Princesa Sugehit

Janaury 3: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – KUDO, Yukio Sakaguchi & Saki Akai d Kazuki Hirata, Toru Owashi & Veda Scott

Janaury 3: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Maruko Nagasaki & Tsukasa Fujimoto d Julia & Hamuko Hoshi; Ibuki Hoshi & Maya Yukihi d Miyako Matsumoto & Maika Ozaki; Kyuri, Akane Fujita & Mochi Miyagi d Tequila Saya, Tsukushi, Satsuki Totoro & Uno Matsuya; Akane Fujita d Risa Sera

January 3: International Wrestling Australia (Lemon Tree Passage, New South Wales) – Harley Wonderland d Jessica Troy; Jessica Troy d Adam Bolton, Brad Alexander, Carter Deams, Chris Abbott, Harley Wonderland, Lochy Hendricks, Mat Rogers, Mehmet The Turkish Delight, Mick Moretti, Oliver Young & Will Kiedis

January 3: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Shiki Shibusawa d Ruaka & Hanan; Kaori Yoneyama vs Hiromi Mimura; Nicole Savoy, Kay Lee Ray & Rachael Ellering d Jungle Kyona, Natsuko Tora & Mary Apache; Miranda & Xia Brookside d Konami & Starlight Kid; Io Shirai, HZK, Momo Watanabe & AZM d Kagetsu, Hana Kimura, Kris Wolf & Sumire Natsu

Nicole Savoy officially introduced herself to Jungle Kyona via suplex – World Wonder Ring STARDOM ©

January 4: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Hinano & Miu d Raku & Hikari; Yuu, Nodoka-oneesan & Marika Kobashi d Rika Tatsumi, Hyper Misao & Yuki Kamifuku; Veda Scott d Maho Kurone; Saki-sama & Azusa Christie d Nonoko & Yuna Manase; Yuka Sakazaki & Shoko Nakajima d Mizuki & Riho; Miyu Yamashita d Reika Saiki (c)

January 5: International Wrestling Australia (Forster, New South Wales) – Harley Wonderland & Mehmet The Turkish Delight d Jessica Troy & Mick Moretti

Janaury 5: WWE Live (Evansville, IN) – Bayley & Sasha Banks d Alexa Bliss & Nia Jax, Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville; Asuka d Alicia Fox

January 5: STARDOM (Nagoya, Japan) – Hiromi Mimura & Konami d Kaori Yoneyama & Siki Shibusawa; Mary Apache & Nicole Savoy d Kay Lee Ray & Xia Brookside; Sumire Natsu d Io Shirai vs AZM; Rachael Ellering & Miranda d Jungle Kyona & Natsuko Tora; Kagetsu(c) & Hana Kimura(c) d HZK & Momo Watanabe

Janaury 5: NXT Live (Crystal River, FL) – Abbey Laith & Taynara Conti d Reina Gonzalez & Sage Beckett; Vanessa Borne d Jessie Elaban

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Upcoming (January 6th – December 8th)

January 6: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan) – Kris Wolf vs Shiki Shibusawa; Mary Apache vs Konami vs Hiromi Mimura; HZK & Momo Watanabe vs Kay Lee Ray & Xia Brookside; Nicole Savoy, Rachael Ellering & Miranda Salinas vs Kaori Yoneyama, Natsuko Tora & Jungle Kyona; Kagetsu vs AZM; Sumire Natsu vs Io Shirai

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: IWA Mid-South (Memphis, IN) – Kikyo vs Jinx

January 6: Ice Ribbon (Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan) – Kurumi Hiragi(c) vs Nao DATE; Mio Momono, Karen DATE & Tsukushi vs Hamuko Hoshi, Ibuki Hoshi & Julia; Miyako Matsumoto vs Miki Tanaka; Kyuri vs Tae Honma; Akane Fujita, Satsuki Totoro & Maika Ozaki vs Maruko Nagasaki, Tequila Saya & Uno Matsuya; Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Hana DATE; Risa Sera & Mochi Miyagi vs Maya Yukihi & Mika Iida

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

January 7: STARDOM (Shimizu, Japan) – Kay Lee Ray vs Mary Apache vs Xia Brookside; Momo Watanabe vs Shiki Shibusawa; Hiromi Mimura vs Hana Kimura; Jungle Kyona, Konami & Natsuko Tora vs Sumire Natsu, Kagetsu & Kris Wolf; Rachael Ellering, Nicole Savoy & Miranda Salinas vs Io Shirai, HZK & AZM

January 7: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan) – Aja Kong & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Mayumi Ozaki & Maya Yukihi; Sonoko Kato & AKINO vs Alex Lee & Kaori Yoneyama vs Yumi Ohka & Rina Yamashita

January 7: Revolution Pro (London, England)

Janaury 7: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Miyu Yamashita(c) vs Veda Scott

January 7: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Ayako Hamada vs Misaki Ohata; Nanae Takahashi & Yoshiko vs Rina Yamashita & Ryo Mizunami; Yumi Ohka(c) vs Mika Iida

January 8: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – ASUKA vs Kyuri vs Tae Honma; Mika Iida vs Kaho Kobayashi; Nao Kakuta vs Fairy Nipponbashi; Hiroe Nagahama vs Ami Sato; Rina Yamashita & Maruko Nagasaki vs Miyuki Takase & Satsuki Totoro

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) – Kris Wolf(c) vs Miranda Salinas; Rachael Ellering vs Io Shirai(c)

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 vs Alisha Edwards

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

Janaury 20: MCW Pro Wrestling (Joppa, MD) – Sahara Se7en(c) vs Gia Scott

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 20: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Toni Storm vs Killer Kelly(c)

Janaury 20: Ring Of Honor (Nashville, TN)

January 20: C*4 Wrestling (Ottawa, Ontario) – Vanessa Kraven vs Kobe Durst

Janaury 20: East Coast Wrestling Association (New Castle, DE) – Damaris(c) vs Christina Marie

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

January 21: UPRISING Wrestling (Belfast, Ireland) – Amy Allonsy vs Debbie Keitel

January 21: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Mari Apache(c) Kay Lee Ray

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

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

Janaury 26: AAA (Mexico City, Mexico) – Lady Shani(c) vs Faby Apache

Janaury 26: SHINE 48 (Ybor City, FL) – Rain vs LuFisto(c)

January 26: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Lindenhalle, Germany) – Veda Scott vs Killer Kelly(c)

January 27: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Ivelisse vs Shotzi Blackheart; Barbi Hayden vs Desi DeRata; Raze vs Dynamita DiDi vs Delilah Doom vs Notorious Nadi

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) – Viper(c), Io Shirai(c) & HZK(c) vs Kris Wolf, Hana Kimura & Kagetsu

January 28: Women’s Wrestling Revolution (Providence, RI)

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

February 2: Riptide Wrestling (Brighton, East Sussex) – Toni Storm vs Kip Sabian

February 2: AAA (Toluca, Mexico) – Big Mami & Lady Shani vs Ashley & Faby Apache

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 vs Kasey Owens

February 3: House Of Glory (Queens, NY) – Ivelisse vs Sonya Strong

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 15: Anarchy Pro Wrestling (Dingwalls, Camden) – Millie McKenzie vs Candyfloss

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

February 16: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA) – LuFisto vs Faye Jackson

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

February 17: Reality Of Wrestling (Texas City, TX) – Barbi Hayden

February 17: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

February 17: RONIN Pro Wrestling (Pembroke Pines, FL) – Angel Rose vs Renee Michelle

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; Jayde & Bobbi Tyler vs Jawsolyn & Maddison Miles; Rhio; Lady Chardonnay

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 vs Deonna Purrazzo vs Maria Manic vs Jessie Brooks; LuFisto & KTB vs Katred & Shlak

– Southside Wrestling Entertainment ©

February 24: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Rosemary vs Robbie X; Kay Lee Ray(c) vs Lana Austin

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 10: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA)

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 21: OZ Academy (Maebashi, 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)

March 31: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Bedford, Bedfordshire) – Kay Lee Ray & Stevie Boy vs Ashley Dunn & Jayde

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) – Mercedes Martinez vs Nicole Savoy(c)

April 8: WrestleCircus (New Orleans, LA)

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 15: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

April 21: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

April 27: GRL Wrestling (Canterbury, Kent) – Xia Brookside(c); Livvii Grace; Ayesha Raymond

April 28: Pro Wrestling Chaos (Yate, South Gloucestershire) – Tenille Dashwood

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

– The Making The Towns Classic ©

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; Nicole Matthews; Shazza McKenzie; Delilah Doom; Shotzi Blackheart

June 30: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA)

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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