CyberFight Festival

CyberFight Festival 2021 to feature English commentary

This coming Sunday, June 6 at 1 am EST, Pro Wrestling NOAH, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, DDT, and Ganbare Pro Wrestling will unite for supercard-in-the-making, CyberFight Festival 2021. DDT and Noan President Sanshiro Takagi has set out to put together a wrestling festival that would follow the lead of rock festivals, leading to new wrestling fans, around the world. With the use of cross-promotion, Cyber … Continue reading CyberFight Festival 2021 to feature English commentary

AEW Women's Eliminator Tournament

AEW reveals Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament bracket

Earlier this afternoon, via their YouTube channel, All Elite Wrestling revealed the completed AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament bracket. During the video, Tony Schiavone also announced that matches on both the Japan side and U.S. side of the bracket would start airing Monday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. EST on YouTube. A complete schedule was not given. Earlier this month, two matches for the … Continue reading AEW reveals Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament bracket

Lana Austin Yuka Sakazaki

Lana Austin earns a title match against Yuka Sakazaki in Japan

English wrestler, Lana Austin, will make her first trip to Japan to challenge Yuka Sakazaki for the Princess of Princess Championship. Austin and Sakazaki wrestled to a fifteen-minute time limit draw at Wrestle Queendom 3. It was one of the best matches on the card. In fact, the two received a standing ovation. On Friday, Pro Wrestling: EVE released a post-match interview with Austin. She … Continue reading Lana Austin earns a title match against Yuka Sakazaki in Japan

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

Fyter Fest Match

Women’s Triple Threat Announced for AEW Fyter Fest

As promised by Cody Rhodes in a tweet from last night, AEW has announced a women’s match for Fyter Fest on June 29. During Episode 2 of AEW’s Road to Fyter Fest, Brandi Rhodes announced that there will be a women’s triple threat match. The match will include three names that are new to a mainstream wrestling audience – Nyla Rose, Yuka Sakazaki, and Riho. … Continue reading Women’s Triple Threat Announced for AEW Fyter Fest

AEW

AEW is changing the look of mainstream women’s wrestling

Five months ago, the Elite change the landscape of wrestling when they announced the formation of their very own promotion, All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Their first pay-per-view event, Double or Nothing, will air this weekend. Since the announcement on New Year’s Day, AEW has gained considerable traction as a legitimate alternative to WWE. Given all this talk of change, will their up-and-coming women’s division actually … Continue reading AEW is changing the look of mainstream women’s wrestling

Double Or Nothing

AEW announces new match and signings ahead of Double Or Nothing

On today’s episode of Being The Elite, Kenny Omega announced a six-women tag team match has been added to the lineup for Double Or Nothing. This match announcement also confirms the potential signing of three amazing Japanese wrestlers. The six-women tag team match features Aja Kong, Yuka Sakazaki, Emi Sakura vs. Hikaru Shida, Riho, and Ryo Mizunami. The newest names to be announced by All … Continue reading AEW announces new match and signings ahead of Double Or Nothing