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2011 Diva Dirt Legacy Award winner Manami Toyota will officially take her final bow this November as she retires from the ring.
The Joshi wrestler made the announcement today at a conference.
During the announcement, it was stated that Manami’s final match will be on November 3rd in Yokahama. The reason behind her decision was because of the excessive neck and shoulder injuries that she’d faced throughout her 30 year career.
Toyota made her name at many promotions across Japan, including All Japan Women’s Pro-Wrestling and Gaea Japan. The talent held many championships throughout her career including the AJW Championship, All Pacific Championship (twice), WWWA World Tag Team championship and many, many more.
After making her debut on August 5th, 1987, Toyota will have officially wrestled professionally for 30 years once she puts away her boots on November 3rd later this year.
We here at Diva Dirt wishes Manami Toyota the best in her life with all of her future endeavors.
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