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  • WATCH: NXT Champion Appears For Another Company

    Spread the wealth. WWE has been around for a rather long time and is firmly established as the biggest and more powerful wrestling promotion in the world. With that status...

    NewsFebruary 28, 2021
  • WWE Not Allowing Kairi Sane To Make Appearance In Japan

    NewsJanuary 2, 2021
  • They’re In On It Too. New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Parent Company Has Acquired A Major Independent Promotion.

    Everyone else is doing it. The Women’s Revolution has become one of the most important events in wrestling in the last several years. What was once thought to be an...

    NewsOctober 17, 2019
  • WWE Reportedly Pulls Contract From Top Japanese Talent?

    WrestlingInc is today reporting that STARDOM star and potential NXT recruit Io Shirai has had her contract pulled by WWE. According to a report by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Shirai...

    NewsAugust 4, 2017
  • STARDOM’s Mayu Iwatani No Longer Retiring?

    With women’s wrestling at an all-time high, anybody considering retirement, even with good reason, may potentially miss out on the exposure that could set them apart from all the others,...

    NewsJune 3, 2017
  • Popular STARDOM Wrestler to Make ROH Debut

    In a world where women’s wrestling continues to fight for legitimacy, Kris Wolf is someone who stands out for doing just that. Squared Circle Sirens is reporting that popular STARDOM...

    NewsJune 1, 2017
  • Kairi Hojo to Have Final STARDOM Match Before Coming to WWE

    NewsMay 30, 2017
  • Top Japanese Talent Signs with WWE

    One more for the good guys. It’s very clear that the Women’s Revolution is in full swing both in NXT and on the main WWE roster but there’s always room...

    NewsMay 16, 2017
  • WWE Looking to Sign Two Female Superstars From Japan

    WWE has begun plucking talent from among Japan’s biggest wrestling stars, with NXT in particular benefiting from the championship reigns of athletes like Asuka and Shinsuke Nakamura. Now it looks...

    NewsOctober 27, 2016