Masha Slamovich

Masha Slamovich set to make her Sendai Girls debut

Indie sensation, Masha Slamovich has been in Japan on an extended stay as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Her original return to the states was to take place in April but she remains in Japan training and wrestling at the Marvelous Dojo. Slamovich is taking advantage of her time in Japan and on Aug. 2 she will make her debut for Sendai Girls. … Continue reading Masha Slamovich set to make her Sendai Girls debut

IWTV Sendai Girls

IWTV enters partnership with Sendai Girls

Friday, IWTV announced that they have entered a partnership with Sendai Girls, which will allow them to add the Joshi promotion to their library. One of the premier women’s wrestling promotion’s in the world, Japan’s Sendai Girls, debuts on IWTV this Thursday night (4/23) at 10 pm EDT with their 2016 event Big Show in Niigata. The show’s main event sees Japanese wrestling legend Meiko … Continue reading IWTV enters partnership with Sendai Girls

Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks trains with Meiko Satomura at Sendai Girls’ Dojo

Sasha Banks has been the topic of discussion since she mysterious took some time off after WrestleMania. Earlier today, she made a momentous appearance at Sendai Girls’ Pro Wrestling dojo. This morning, Sendai Girls’ co-founder and Japanese legend Meiko Satomura posted pictures of “The Boss” participating in an in-ring workout. It’s easy to assume Banks is training during her absence, but this is the first … Continue reading Sasha Banks trains with Meiko Satomura at Sendai Girls’ Dojo

Sendai Girl

Results from Sendai Girls ‘Big Show’

The Japanese promotion Sendai Girls had their “Big Show” Saturday June 8th in the City Gym in Niigata, Japan. Sendai Girls Pro Wrestling was founded in 2005 by Japanese sensation Meiko Satomura. When Satomura started the promotion she was the only experienced wrestler on the roster. She took on the role of trainer and booker along with her role as the headline wrestler. Over the … Continue reading Results from Sendai Girls ‘Big Show’