4 Stardom Competitors Announced For EVE WrestleQueendom 2

Wrestle Queendom 2

Pro Wrestling EVE’s now annual big show from York Hall has seen some of women’s wrestling’s finest step into a UK ring.  Last year EVE brought in Meiko Satomura and Aja Kong and this year they are running a crossover show with World Wonder Ring Stardom.  Four competitors from Stardom will compete at WrestleQueendom with the last of them being announced today.

Utami Hayashihsita

Utami Hayashishita (Photo: Stardom)

The Big Rookie Utami Hayashishita is the current EVE International Champion.  She defeated Viper for the championship in Stardom and will be defending her championship against Jamie Hayter and Nina Samuels at Queendom.  She is the sole Queen’s Quest representative at WrestleQueendom 2.

Arisa Hoshiki

Photo: Joshi City

The Wonder Of Stardom Champion Arisa Hoshiki recently dethroned Momo Watanabe to claim her first singles championship in her Stardom career.  Hoshiki has some of the best kicks in Stardom and is set to become a big star in the future.  She will face Little Miss Roxxy at WrestleQueendom 2.  The second in command of STARS is not the only member at  Queendom.


Photo: Stardom

The former World Of Stardom Champion “prime minister” Kagetsu is the leader of Oedo Tai and a ten year veteran.  Trained by Meiko Satomura she was the heir apparent to Kyoko Kimura and helped keep the spirit of Oedo Tai alive when she retired.  A truly great performer in the ring and one of the coolest wrestlers in Joshi she will be joined by Oedo Tai members Session Moth Martina and Jamie Hayter at Wrestle Queendom 2.

Mayu Iwatani

Photo: ROH

Kagetsu’s opponent the leader of STARS is the Heart and Soul of Stardom, The icon of Stardom Mayu Iwatani.  Iwatani has won every championship there is in Stardom from the Artist Of Stardom titles to the World Of Stardom championship.  Mostly known as one of “The Threedom” alongside Io Shirai and Kairi Hojo she has taken a different route than the others and stuck with Stardom while they joined WWE.  Earlier this year she won the Women Of Honor championship and got to defend it at Madison Square Garden and has spent much of the time since then recovering from a knee injury.

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