Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura makes her debut at NXT UK

During today’s episode of NXT UK, joshi legend Meiko Satomura made her official debut as a WWE roster member and coach. Satomura made her NXT UK debut by appearing in a hype package for her upcoming in-ring debut. Reports and hints surfaced earlier today regarding the possibility of Satomura’s debut. Yahoo! Japan reported that Satomura had officially signed with WWE on Jan. 28 as a … Continue reading Meiko Satomura makes her debut at NXT UK

Meiko Satomura

Meiko Satomura reportedly joining NXT UK

According to Tokyo Sports, Meiko Satomura is set to make her return to WWE, by joining NXT UK. The move to NXT UK is reportedly scheduled for November, where Meiko Satomura will act as a NXT UK Superstar, as well as a coach at the Performance Center in London. Earlier this year, Satomura had previously announced she would work part-time for Sendai Girls’ Pro Wrestling, … Continue reading Meiko Satomura reportedly joining NXT UK

Mortal Kombat Remake: Women’s Wrestling Edition

In 1992, Midway Games developed a game designed by Ed Boon and John Tobias, which originally was made to be a game starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. Instead, a fantasy-themed fighting game was created, and while still reminiscent of the movie star, instead featured seven characters who enter into a martial arts tournament, hellbent on defeating the antagonist of the game: Shang Tsung. The game takes … Continue reading Mortal Kombat Remake: Women’s Wrestling Edition

Jinny Progress Women's Championship

Jinny regains PROGRESS Women’s Championship

On Sunday, Jinny challenged Meiko Satomura for the PROGRESS Women’s Championship at Chapter 99: With A Flake, Please. Jinny became the second PROGRESS Women’s Champion in May of 2018 when she defeated the inaugural champion, Toni Storm, at Chapter 69. She held the title for 224 days before she lost it to Jordynne Grace last year at Chapter 82. This weekend, she took on the … Continue reading Jinny regains PROGRESS Women’s Championship

Wrestle Summit 2

Nicole Savoy vs. Meiko Satomura set for Wrestle Summit 2

Yesterday, Defy Wrestling announced that Meiko Satomura will defend the PROGRESS Women’s Championship against Nicole Savoy at Wrestle Summit 2. Wrestle Summit 2 is a cross-promotional show that will bring together wrestlers from DEFY, PCW Ultra, and PROGRESS Wrestling. The two-night event will take place at Washington Hall in Seattle later this month. Satomura, the current PROGRESS Women’s Champion, will take on the former SHIMMER … Continue reading Nicole Savoy vs. Meiko Satomura set for Wrestle Summit 2

Queen of the Ring

Queen of the Ring: Round 5 – The Final Four

Ladies and gents, we have reached the fifth round in our Queen of the Ring Tournament: The Final Four. Not only have readers voted on which woman should be crowned Queen of the Ring, but also which division is worthy enough to boast a Queen of the Ring. In the fourth round, The Elite 8, the Joshi Division beat NXT UK, SmackDown Live beat the … Continue reading Queen of the Ring: Round 5 – The Final Four

Meiko Satomura becomes the new Progress Women’s Champion

Progress Wrestling crowned a new women’s champion today, as Meiko Satomura defeated Jordynne Grace in the main event of Chapter 95: Still Chasing. In a match that was first announced back in June, Satomura faced “Thick Mama Pump” in a first-time matchup for the Progress Women’s Championship. Meiko is a legend in Japan and Grace has created a big name for herself as an independent … Continue reading Meiko Satomura becomes the new Progress Women’s Champion

Queen of the Ring

Queen of the Ring: Round 4 – The Elite 8

With the third round, The Sweet 16, a thing of the past, the fourth round, The Elite 8, has arrived in the Queen of the Ring Tournament. During The Sweet 16 round, readers voted for the women who they wanted to represent each “division” in women’s wrestling. “The Boss”, Sasha Banks, came out as the leader of WWE Raw, to no one’s surprise, and Tessa … Continue reading Queen of the Ring: Round 4 – The Elite 8

Queen of the Ring

Queen of the Ring: The Sweet 16 – Part 1

Our Queen of the Ring Tournament is moving a long, and we’ve finally made it to the third round: The Sweet 16. Sixteen women have advanced from eight different wrestling divisions, and the winners in the Sweet 16 round will determine which woman will represent her division, moving forward. Here’s the updated Queen of the Ring bracket, drawing out the Sweet 16 landscape. In this … Continue reading Queen of the Ring: The Sweet 16 – Part 1

Queen of the Ring

Queen of the Ring: Round of 32 – Joshi and NXT UK

The first round has come and gone, and readers have made their voices heard on who should be Queen of the Ring from joshi, NXT UK, European indies, North American indies, Raw, SmackDown, NXT, and the “other big three” (AEW, Impact, ROH). We’ve reached the second round–the Round of 32. In this round, readers will be able to vote nightly on each quadrant in the … Continue reading Queen of the Ring: Round of 32 – Joshi and NXT UK