Giulia is your new Wonder of STARDOM Champion. The leader of Donna Del Mondo defeated Tam Nakano in the tournament finals for the vacant title.
The match took place at Cinderella Summer Tokyo at a sold-out Kurokuen Hall earlier today.
A strong back and forth match saw both competitors push each other to their limits. Giulia won the hard-fought contest via referee stoppage when Tam was unable to escape a submission hold and passed out.
Giulia’s tremendous rise in the company continues. The victory now makes Giulia and double champion as she hold the Artists of STARDOM Championship along with the White Belt.
The match was not the only title to change hands at Kurokuen Hall July, 26.
Riho’s High Speed Championship was on the line in Three Way Battle with AZM and Starlight Kid.
AZM defeated both Riho and Starlight Kid to become the new High Speed Champion. The victory came when AZM pinned Starlight Kid with the Azumi Sushi to win the title.
Former champions Jungle Kyona and Konami took on the umber one contenders Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani to declare new champions!
Utami pinned Konami with a German Suplex to win the titles. Utami and Saya are the new Goddesses of STARDOM Champions.
After the match Donna Del Mondo’s Maika and Himeka came out to confront and challenge the new champions.
Also on the card, Maika took on Momo Watanabe. Momo pinned Maika with a top rope Somato
Himeka and Syuri took on Mayu Iwatano and Saya Iida. The Donna Del Mondo duo won the match when Syuri pinned Iida after a Buzzsaw Kick.
Donna Del Mondo’s quest to rule of STARDOM continues as Syuri was accepted as the next challenger for Mayu Iwatani’s World of STARDOM Championship.
Odeo Tai duo Tora Natsuko and Natsu Sumire took on Rina and Death Yama in the second match. Odeo Tai would get the win when Natsuko pinned Rina with a top rope body splash.
In the opening match of the night Saki pinned Hina after My Emblem.
Before the event it was announced that Maika and Himeka had officially signed with STARDOM.
On a sad note, Itsuki Hoshino announced she was retiring from wrestling because of physical ailments. This was her rookie year and she has only been wrestling since 2019. Hoshino showed much promise and was quickly becoming a fan favourite. All at Diva Dirt wish her all the best in her future.
That brings an end to STARDOM’s hectic July schedule. They continue their tremendous run of shows with 5*STAR Grand Prix 2020, which begins on August, 8 & 9 at Korakuen Hall.
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