STARDOM “Dream Slam 2019” results 3/28/19

STARDOM results of “Dream Slam 2019” from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 3/28/19 at 18:30:

Saya Iida won a Battle Royal over Leo Okazaki, Hanan, Rina, Hina, Jungle Kyona, and Natsu Sumire by pinning Natsu Sumire last.

Konami, Viper, Bea Priestley, and AZM beat Starlight Kid, Tam Nakano, Arisa Hoshiki, and Saki Kashima when AZM pinned Kid.

Shiki Shibusawa had her Retirement Ceremony. She gave a farewell speech and was covered in streamers. Yoko Bito and Hiromi Mimura were special guests to help say goodbye.

SWA Champion Utami Hayashishita used the Torture Rack in a powerbomb to pin Rebel Kel.

High Speed Champion Hazuki used the Hazukistral to pin Xia Brookside.

WOH/ROH Women’s Champion Mayu Iwatani pinned Natsuko Tora after a moonsault and Dragon Suplex.

World of STARDOM Champion Kagetsu used the Oedo Coaster to pin Goya Kong.

Nao Yamaguchi was given a send off by Oedo Tai as this was her last show for the company.

Wonder of STARDOM Champion Momo Watanabe pinned Andras Miyagi with the Peach Sunrise.

Watanabe named Utami Hayashishita as her next challenger.

The next show is 3/30 in Niigata with a 17:30 start time, then it’s off to New York for the WrestleMania Week show on 4/5/19 at 4pm EST. The 4/5 show will be available live on FITE for just $10.

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STARDOM DreamSlam card for 3/28/19 at Korakuen Hall

STARDOM DreamSlam from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 3/28/19 at 18:30:

World of STARDOM Champion Kagetsu vs. Goya Kong

Wonder of STARDOM Champion Momo Watanabe vs. Andras Miyagi

High Speed Champion Hazuki vs. Xia Brookside

SWA Champion Utami Hayashishita vs. Rebel Kel

WOH/ROH Women’s Champion Mayu Iwatani vs. Natsuko Tora

Konami, Bea Priestley, Viper, and AZM vs. Starlight Kid, Tam Nakano, Arisa Hoshiki, and Saki Kashima

Battle Royal with Jungle Kyona, Hana Kimura, Natsu Sumire, Hanan, Rina, Hina, Iida Saya, and Leo Onozaki

Shiki Shibusawa will have her Retirement Ceremony on the show.

STARDOM results of afternoon show 3/21/19

STARDOM results from 12:00 show in Osaka, Japan at the World Pavilion:

Konami won a 3-Way Match over Natsuko Tora and Leo Onozaki with the Triangle Lancer submission on Onozaki.

Starlight Kid and Xia Brookside beat Jungle Kyona and Saya Iida when Brookside pinned Iida after the Brooksey Bomb.

Natsu Sumire and Hazuki beat Viper and AZM when Sumire pinned AZM with an inside cradle.

Goya Kong and Rebel Kel beat Kagetsu and Andras Miyagi when Kong pinned Kagetsu after a driver.

Momo Wantanabe, Utami Hayashishita, and Bea Priestley beat Mayu Iwatani, Saki Kashima, and Arisa Hoshiki when Priestley pinned Kashima after an Ocean Cyclone Suplex.

Show #2 of today’s double header is at 5:00 Japan time.

Ashley Vox documentary

Tony D. has done on wonderful job with a mini-documentary on rising indie star Ashley Vox. It’s called “Hooked On A Feeling: An Ashley Vox Documentary”. Whether as a singles star, or as a tag team with her sister Delmi Exo as The Sea Stars, Vox is one of the most hard working wrestlers currently on the scene today. The title of the documentary comes from the classic Mark James song which is used as the theme song of Vox and The Sea Stars.

Vox and Exo were trained by fellow Rhode Islander Doug Summers (not to be confused with 1980’s star “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers).

The Sea Stars will be in action on the big RISE and SHIMMER weekend from March 29-31 in Berwyn, Illinois. They will face Charli Evans and Jessica Troy on the RISE show which will be live on FITE for $15.

Asuka Project results 3/18/19: Mitoshichi Shinose retirement show

Asuka Project results on 3/18/19 from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This was the retirement show of Mitoshichi Shinose who has been diagnosed with brain cancer at 44.

Mitsuo Momota won a Rumble Battle Royal over El Hijo del Pantera, Jiro Kurishio, TAMURA, Michael Osbourne, Choun Shiryu, Yoshihiro Horaguchi, Chikara, Ayumu Honda, and Hiroshi Yamato.

Hikaru Shida and Aki Shizuku bead Rina Shingaki and Makoto when Shida pinned Shingaki after a Falcon Arrow.

TAKA Michinoku and KENSO beat Minoru Tanaka and Yuji Kito when KENSO pinned Kito after a lariat.

Masakatsu Funaki and Kengo Mashimo beat Shunsuke Sayama and Hideki Suzuki when Funaki pinned Sayama.

Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi beat Risa Sera and Giulia when Tsukushi pinned Giulia with the Harukaze.

Tatsumi Fujinami, Yasumasa Kunizaki, and Keizo Matsuda beat Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Rionne Fujiwara, and Naoshi Sano when Fujinami used his legendary Dragon Sleeper to submit Rionne Fujiwara. Fujinami is now 65.

Akiyori Takizawa pinned Kenichiro Arai after the Firebird Splash.

Mitoshichi Shinose, Masato Tanaka, Shota Nakagawa, and Masaya Takahashi beat TAJIRI, Yusuke Kodama, Josh O’ Brien, and Shunma Katsumata when Shinose pinned O’Brien after the Bazooka Elbow.