At Ice Ribbon’s Winter Story event Suzu Suzuki looked to fend off the challenge of Tsukasa Fujimoto as the two vied for the ICExInfinity Championship. The teenage champion beat Fujimoto early last year to kick off her run to the title but couldn’t repeat the result as Fujimoto dethroned Suzuki. This marks Fujimoto’s seventh run with the ICExInfinity Championship, her first since December 2018 when she lost it to Maya Yukihi on the same show Suzuki debuted on.
— 藤本つかさTsukasaFujimoto (@tsukka0730) January 23, 2021
Tsukasa Fujimoto holds a number of records to do with the ICExInfinity Championship as she has the longest reign, most defenses, and most reigns records all under her belt. Ever since her debut in 2008, she has become synonymous with Ice Ribbon and the ICExInfinity Championship. While Suzuki is viewed as the future of Ice Ribbon, Fujimoto reminded her and everyone else that she isn’t past it yet and is ready to kick off a fresh reign atop the company.
For Suzu Suzuki, this ends her first reign as champion, the teenage sensation has been established as a main player in Ice Ribbon thanks to her title win. Her reign had a respectable four successful defenses and lasted 167 days. Suzuki will no doubt have this title again and didn’t need to have a long reign as the title win alone got her over to the main event level. She has many title reigns in her future and they’ve left her with room to grow as she progresses in the future.
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