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News in Brief: Tsukasa Fujimoto Wins Four Titles in Four Weeks, PWWA Interim Title Match & More

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

We have two final contenders for the PWWA Interim Championship – and they are none other than “Everybody’s Favourite Girlfriend” Jessie McKay and Evie!

On the 15th of June at a PWA Australia show, Jessie McKay forced Shazza McKenzie to submit to her octopus stretch, while New Zealander and one of Diva Dirt’s Five to Watch for 2012, Evie, toppled Kellie Skater in a rematch of their famous September bout.

McKay and Evie will now face off on August 25.

Who do you think will win and become the new PWWA Interim Champion?

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It’s been quite a month for Tsukasa Fujimoto.

After defeating Aki Shizuku at the end of May in the finals of the second 19 O’Clock Girls tournament to become the new number one contender to the IW19 Championship, she went on to defeat Kurumi for the title on June 1 (which also made her the first wrestler to have held every Ice Ribbon title available).

On June 9, she and Hikaru Shida defeated Aki Kambayashi and Mia Yim in the finals of a four-team tournament to win the vacant Reina World Tag Team Championship.

Only days after Hiroyo Matsumoto had won the DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship on June 10, Fujimoto defeated her after Matsumoto “slipped on a banana peel” to become the new champion.

On June 17, she and her fellow “Dropkickers” team member Tsukushi defeated the “Happy Makers” (Aoi Kizuki and Sayaka Obihiro) at Ice Ribbon’s sixth anniversary event to regain the International Ribbon Tag Team Championship.

On June 24, Fujimoto defended her DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship in a ten-person ten minute battle royal. Although she lost the title to Hiroshi Fukuda, she won it again from Tanomusaku Toba and ended the match as champion. However, due to the belt’s ’24/7 rule’, where the champion can be pinned or submitted anytime or anywhere (as long as there is a referee present), Tsukasa was immediately rolled up by Choun Shiryu, whom left the arena as the champion.

Although she lost her DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, congratulations must be awarded to Tsukasa for having earned herself four separate titles (and five title reigns) in four weeks!

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Check out the rest of the results from Ice Ribbon’s 6th Anniversary show on June 17. It was held at Kitazawa Town Hall in front of a crowd of 249 people.

* Cherry def. Meari Naito (6:19)
* Hikari Minami and Riho def. Kurumi and Dorami Nagano (7:26)
* Hiroyo Matsumoto def. Hamuko Hoshi (9:20)
* International Ribbon Tag Team Championship Match: Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi def. Aoi Kizuki and Sayaka Obihiro (c) (18:20)
* Triangle Ribbon Championship Match: Neko Nitta (c) def. Miyako Matsumoto and Aki Shizuku (10:56)
* ICEx60 Championship Match: Hikaru Shida (c) def. Maki Narumiya (16:34)

They also held their sixth ‘Teens‘ show the day before at the Warabi Dojo in Saitama.

* Kurumi and “Crazy” Mary Dobson def. Tsukushi and Dorami Nagano (9:44)
* Nanae Takahashi def. Riho (12:02)
* Kagetsu def. Hikari Minami (10:37)
* Tsukushi def. Dorami Nagano (7:05)

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For an independent “Wrestling In Cuautitlán” show, Estrellita, Goya Kong and Marcela beat Amapola, La Seductora and Tiffany.

Faby Apache and Ludark Shaitan got the duke over Sexy Lady and Taya Valkyrie on June 21st for Perros del Mal at the Estadio Municipal de Queretaro.

And finally, wrapping up the lucha news, Lady Apache, Princesa Blanca and La Seductora def. Dark Angel (Sarita), Estrellita and Goya Kong on June 22 for CMLL. Nothing new there…

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ECCW in Canada held two nights of shows in a row on May 25 and 26. On night one, KC Spinelli teamed up with Tony Baroni in an intergender tag match against Mary Jane Payne and Jamie Diaz. Spinelli and Baroni won.

On night two, The RIOT dropped their tag team title gold to Scotty Mac and Jamie Diaz, when Mac pinned Nicole Matthews.

Recently, Spinelli once more successfully defended the ECCW Women’s Championship that she won in October 2011, this time in a match against Sammy Hall on June 15 in Port Coquitlam. Hall is on the rise in ECCW and is likely to become their next female success story.

On June 23, Nicole Matthews teamed up with one of her RIOT allies, Andy The Dreadful Bird, against The Bollywood Boys in the opening bout of ECCW’s “TLC VII” show at the Russian Community Centre, but was met with defeat after Bird was kidnapped.

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WAWW held their most recent show on June 17 at the Breckland Hall in Costessey, Norwich. Here are the results:

* Miss Mina def. Rhia O’Reilly
* Jewel def. Emma Ford and Kasey Owens
* Destiny def. Penelope
* WAWW British Championship Match: Liberty (c) def. Sweet Saraya
* X-Cute Sweet and Eloanne def. Brioney and Violet O’Hara
* EWW Women’s Championship Match: Skarlett (c) def. Lady Lori
* Amazon def. Phobia
* RQW European Championship Match: Queen Maya (c) def. Aurora Flame

That’s the news for now. Which tidbits have got you talking? Tell us in the comments…

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