Stardom Goddesses Of Stardom Tag League (Afternoon 9/11/19) Review

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In among the excitement of title changes and whatever Bushiroad is planning, it’s easy to forget that Stardom is in the middle of a Tag League. Whether it slipped your mind or not, it continued onto Osaka for a two show day as we draw closer to figuring out who is going to win this thing.

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Stardom Best Of Goddess (4/11/19) Review

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On what was a massive weekend of wrestling in Japan, it would have made no sense for Stardom to miss out on all the fun. Their latest trip to Korakuen continued the Goddesses Tag League but also threw in a couple of big title matches with Jamie Hayter going after Arisa Hoshiki and Mayu Iwatani after Bea Priestley. What went down? Well, read on to find out.

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Stardom Goddesses Of Stardom Tag League (Afternoon 19/10/19) Review

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Tag League kicked off in earnest with Stardom running two shows on one day in Osaka. It’s a nice quirk of fate that they are running a Tag League at the same time as New Japan just after the Bushiroad purchase. The companies might not be working closely together, but it’s still going to be fun to see which one is better. My money is on Stardom.

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Stardom World Champion Wars (14/10/19) Review

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It’s all change in the world of Stardom, as Bushiroad buying the company has worried some and excited others. Personally, I’m optimistic about the future, as it feels like the perfect time to put more money into Stardom and discover what their ceiling is. Plus, if it’s a choice between Bushiroad and WWE, there’s no real contest.

Anyway, this was a packed Korakuen with two big title defences, the start of World Tag League and a rookie taking on her master. Let’s see what went down.

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Stardom 5STAR Grand Prix (Afternoon 16/9/19) Review

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With three shows left in the group stage of the 5STAR Grand Prix, we’re finally getting to the point where everyone is going to catch-up and have wrestled the same number of matches (excluding a couple who because of the Utami and Jungle injuries will finish up over these shows in Fukuoka). That means that by the end of the next two reviews, we should have a good idea of who is in line to win this thing. Excited? I am.

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