Mayu Iwatani retained the World of Stardom title against Syuri at STARDOM Yokohama Cinderella 2020.
The show took place on Oct, 3 and was chock full of excellent matches and major happenings.
The card featured nine matches, five of which had titles on the line. Mayu Iwatani vs Syuri for the World Of Stardom Championship was the headline match.
Syuri became number one contender when she lay down the challenge to Iwatani way back in July. She is an experienced mixed martial artist and one of Iwatani’s toughest challengers to date.
Iwatani would withstand Syuri’s barrage of striking and submission offence to pin her with a Dragoon Suplex on the 28-minute mark. This was Iwatani’s fourth successful title defence.
After the match, Syuri announced that she has officially signed with Stardom and will one day become World of STARDOM champion.
As for Iwatani, she has a fifth title defence to look forward to. This time against the 5 Star GP Tournament winner, Utami Hayashishita.
They was a lot more on the card that took place.
Giulia retained the Wonder Of Stardom Championship against her rival, Tam Nakano.
Queen’s Quest, Saya Kamitani and Utami Hayashishita defeated Donna del Mondo’s Himeka & Maika to retain the Goddesses Of Stardom Championships
AZM retained the High Speed title over Starlight Kid.
Bea Priestley bested Momo Watanabe for the vacant SWA Undisputed World Women’s Title.
Oedo Tai, Natsuko Tora and Saki Kashima defeated Tokyo Cyber Squad Jungle Kyona and Konami in a Losing Unit Must Disband No Disqualification Tag Team match. The end came when Konami turned on Jungle Kyona to join the heel faction.
Donna del Mondo gets a new member
Last month Giulia announced that Donna del Mondo would reveal their newest member. NatsuPoi would be that surprise, making her STARDOM debut with a victory over Death Yama.
Mina Shirakawa would also make her STARDOM debut and get a win over Hanan.
And finally Riho and Saya Iida defeated Natsu Sumire and Yuna Manase
That brings a close to another enthralling and action-packed STARDOM show. There were two debuts, the disbandment of Tokyo Cyber Squad, and five title matches.
STARDOM continues to put on great shows, with fantastic performers and excellent action. Stay tuned to Diva Dirt for all of your STARDOM news and updates.