Lots of news on STARDOM

I will probably end up pinning this because there was so much information released while we were busy with other coverage the last couple of days.

Utami Hayashishita, Mayu Iwatani, and AZM will all return from injuries on the 6/9/19 shows in Sapporo, Japan.

Hanan is out with an injury.

Bobbi Tyler returned on the 6/1/19 show.

Zoe Lucas returns on 6/16/19.

Toni Storm and Xia Brookside return on 6/22/19 to 7/7/19.

STARDOM’s next shows are 6/9/19 in Sapporo, Japan with a doubleheader at Mars Gym.

13:00 show:

Mayu Iwatani, Arisa Hoshiki, and Saki Kashima vs. Kagetsu, Hazuki, and Andras Miyagi

Bea Priestley, Momo Watanabe, and AZM vs. Hana Kimura, Konami, and Bobbi Tyler

Tam Nakano vs. Jungle Kyona vs. Natsuko Tora

Utami Hayashishita vs. Leo Onozaki

Starlight Kid vs. Saya Iida

18:00 show:

World of STARDOM Champion Bea Priestley vs. Konami

High Speed Champion Hazuki vs. Saki Kashima

Mayu Iwatani, Arisa Hoshiki, and Tam Nakano vs. Kagetsu, Natsuko Tora, and Andras Miyagi

Momo Watanabe and Utami Hayashishita vs. Hana Kimura and Bobbi Tyler

AZM vs. Starlight Kid vs. Saya Iida

Jungle Kyona vs. Leo Onozaki

On 6/16/19 there is a show at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan at 11:30:

Wonder of Stardom Champion Arisa Hoshiki vs. Tam Nakano

Goddess of STARDOM Champions Momo Watanabe and Utami Hayashishita vs. Hazuki and Natsuko Tora

Artist of STARDOM Champions Hana Kimura, Jungle Kyona, Konami vs. Kagetsu, Natsu Sumire, and Andras Miyagi

Bea Priestley and AZM vs. Mayu Iwatani and Starlight

Saki Kashima, Zoe Lucas, and Saya Iida vs. Death Yama-san, Ruaka, and Bobbi Tyler


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