Diva Dirt is back with another fix of news, notes and tidbits in the world of women’s wrestling. Check it out below:

In one of her first matches in about four months, LuFisto won the vacant LuchaPOP Femenil Title on February 19. She defeated La Vaquerita in singles action on the DDD/X-Project show.

Sexy Star was originally scheduled to be her opponent for the match, so one might assume that the two will probably face off at some point in the future.

On the VO/X-Project show, also held at the Arena Lopez Monterrey on February 19, Vanely and Yuki Star beat Big Mama and La Felina.

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Over in Japan on the same date, for SMASH.25, Syuri defeated Kana to become the new SMASH Divas Champion. She is the third ever champion (with the others being Tomoka Nakagawa and Kana, the latter of whom has two reigns under her belt) – and may possibly be the last, with SMASH’s last show to take place on March 14.

On the same show, Kagetsu, Nanae Takahashi and Tomoka Nakagawa beat Aki Shizuku, Lin Bairon and Makoto in a six woman tag match at 8:40.

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Speaking of Kana, it’s recently been announced that she’ll be returning to the United States in just a few short weeks for the upcoming SHIMMER tapings on March 17 and 18.

The joshi star made quite the impression at the last set of tapings (volumes 41-44) in October 2011. She was all business upon her arrival in Chicago, showing everyone there that she was not in SHIMMER to make friends, but rather to prove her worthiness as a wrestler inside the ring. Kana even went as far as to refuse handshakes with some of SHIMMER’s top wrestlers.

She then went on to wrestle in well-received matches against the likes of Cheerleader Melissa, Sara Del Rey, Mia Yim and LuFisto.

The weekend after SHIMMER, on October 7, she made her debut for CHIKARA at their “Small But Mighty” event in North Carolina against “Everybody’s Favourite Girlfriend” Jessie McKay. The very next day, on October 8, she and Del Rey wrestled in CHIKARA’s main event spot at their “Klunk in Love” show in Tennessee.

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Anarchy Championship Wrestling presented “The Show Goes On…” at Hooligan’s in Live Oak, TX on February 19, and quite a few women appeared on said show.

* Just Willie def. Lillie Mae, Aiden Colt and Jordan Jensen in a four-way dance
* Darin Childs and Angel Blue def. Gregory James and Rachel Summerlyn, Davey Vega and Athena and Team Kick (ACH and Mia Yim) in a four-way tag team match
* Lady Poison def. Barbi Hayden
* Rachel Summerlyn def. Athena
* ACW American Joshi Championship Match: Angel Blue (c) def. Mia Yim via pinfall to retain the title

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MsChif will take on Mena Libra on Friday for AAW Pro Wrestling’s “Path of Redemption” in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.

The match will take place live at 115 Bourbon Street, 3359 W. 115th Street in Merrionette Park, IL.

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Lucha Libre USA has announced a tour – called “Masked Warriors Live” – that will stage live events in March.

The likes of former WWE Divas Jillian Hall and Melina have been added to the list of talent announced for the shows.

LLUSA regular Rebecca “Reby Sky” Reyes is also on that list.

Events announced thus far include:
* March 23rd, Reno, NV @ Reno Events Center
* March 25th, Stockton, CA @ Stockton Arena
* March 30th, San Jose, CA @ HP Pavilion

Visit http://www.ticketmaster.com for ticket information.

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How I Met Your Mother’s Barney Stinson would definitely be impressed with Stacy Keibler‘s clothing choice on February 20 at the 20th Anniversary party for Vanity Fair‘s “Vanities” held at Hollywood’s Siren Studios.

Keibler “suited up” in a cute Zara ensemble, and mingled with various other celebrities at the event.