Tokyo Joshi Pro

Tokyo Joshi Pro: How Hilarity Inspired Fandom

By: James Carlin Earlier this year, I watched my first full Tokyo Joshi Pro show. Before this, I had never really had the chance to properly get into the promotion. I was plagued with lots of schoolwork, trying to enjoy my other hobbies that aren’t wrestling and obsessively writing about another joshi company, Stardom. A lot of my friends are into joshi puroresu, so I … Continue reading Tokyo Joshi Pro: How Hilarity Inspired Fandom

AEW Women's Division

There’s Room for Improvement in AEW Women’s Division

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has a few pay-per-views and nine months under their belt, and it’s clear there’s still room for improvement in one particular area: AEW Women’s Division. A few years ago, when critics drew attention to Ring of Honor’s inability to draw a crowd, Cody Rhodes, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson took matters into their own hands, creating the event All In. All … Continue reading There’s Room for Improvement in AEW Women’s Division

Fight for the Fallen

AEW adds a new tag match to Fight for the Fallen

Yesterday, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) confirmed Bea Priestley and Dr. Britt Baker would compete in some capacity at Fight for the Fallen. Today, they officially announced they will take part in a tag team match featuring Riho and Shoko Nakajima on The Pre-Show: The Buy-In. Britt Baker will team up Riho to face Bea Priestley and Nakajima, who are both making their AEW debut. Priestley’s … Continue reading AEW adds a new tag match to Fight for the Fallen