Earlier today on an Ice Ribbon event Hamuko Hoshi set out to defend her IW19 Championship against the newly christened Tsukushi Haruka. Following an excellent match, Tsukushi Haruka walked away as the champion, her first singles title win since 2013 when she was ICEx60 champion. Hoshi held the title for 223 days, she was the first person to hold the title since it was reinstated.
At just 23 years of age is celebrating her 1oth anniversary in wrestling this year. In her 10 year career, she has won a number of titles, although top gold has so far alluded her. She has however been International Ribbon Tag Team Champion ten times already in her career and is now on her third run as IW19 Champion, she would likely have more if the title had not been out of circulation from 2013 until its return last year.
Tsukushi Haruka is one of the most talented people on the Ice Ribbon roster and can always be trusted to deliver great matches, while the company seems hesitant to put the ICExInfinity Championship on her they see the value in giving her these lower-tier championships as she can guarantee the fans an excellent main event, as shown by her match with Hoshi as the two were in the main event of the event.
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