Syuri Wins The 2021 5 STAR Grand Prix and Other Stardom News

Syuri 5 STAR Grand Prix

On Saturday, Syuri defeated Momo Watanabe in the Finals of the 5 STAR Grand Prix to win the tournament for the first time in her career. Earlier in the night, she went to a 20-minute draw with Takumi Iroha to help secure her spot in the Finals by getting to 12 points. Once Utami Hayashishita lost to Tam Nakano, it secured the Blue Stars Block and a chance to continue chasing the World of Stardom Championship. She’d defeat the Red Stars Block representative in Watanabe, hitting her finisher Ryuen to grab the victory. After the match, Syuri laid down her challenge to Hayashishita for the World of Stardom Championship at the upcoming Stardom Dream Queendom show on Dec. 29.

Other News: Stardom Dream Queendom, Utami Hayashishita vs. Takumi Iroha, Tam Nakano vs. Mayu Iwatani

There was plenty of more news to come out of Stardom’s 5 STAR Grand Prix Final from Ota Ward beginning with the announcement of Stardom Dream Queendom. The show will emanate from Ryogoku Sumo Hall on Dec. 29 with the main event being the 5 STAR GP winner Syuri facing off with the World of Stardom Champion. It was also made known following separate challenges that the upcoming 10th Anniversary Grand Final Osaka Dream Cinderella 2021 show inside of Osaka-Jo Hall has its two main events. Takumi Iroha will challenge Utami Hayashishita for the World of Stardom Championship after going to a draw in the 5 STAR Grand Prix match while Tam Nakano selected STARS leader and Stardom’s “Icon” Mayu Iwatani to be her next challenger for the Wonder of Stardom Championship.

These matches have yet to be made official but will likely be announced in the coming days.

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