#AndNEW: Mina Shirakawa Wins Future Of Stardom Championship

Mina Shirakawa vs Unagi Sayaka graphic

At Stardom’s Yokohama Dream Cinderella 2021 in Summer event the Cosmic Angels over the Future Of Stardom Championship.  Specifically, it was Mina Shirakawa and Unagi Sayaka, two of the more recent Stardom acquisitions, going at it in the finals of a tournament to crown a new Future Of Stardom champion.  For those unaware, former champion Saya Iida was forced to vacate the title due to injury.  It was Mina Shirakawa who got the win and became the new champion after a tough battle.

This is the second championship Shirakawa has won in Stardom since joining the company late last year with her first being the Artist Of Stardom Championship.  She defeated Ruaka and Rina in the previous rounds of the tournament to set up the finals encounter with her stablemate Sayaka.

Shirakawa is an interesting choice for the winner as she surpasses three years of in-ring experience in August which would make her ineligible to compete for the title, how Stardom handles this remains to be seen unless they plan on adjusting the rules of the title once again.  We’ll have to stay tuned to find out how things go as Stardom seems to have painted themselves into a corner with this one.

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