Millie McKenzie has been wrestling for various Joshi promotions while in Japan ahead of the Fight Club: Pro: Project Tokyo show. She appeared for Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling on their 1/4 Korakuen show and now won the Sendai Girls Junior championship. Sendai and FCP have a known partnership as Meiko Satomura, owner of Senda Girls, is currently the FCP champion and now one of FCP’s most promising talents has won a title in Sendai Girls.
Millie McKenzie wins Sendai Girls Junior Championship
— センダイガ－ルズプロレスリング (@senjo2006) January 6, 2019
McKenzie beat Kaientai Dojo’s Ayame Sasamura who was the first ever Junior champion. After a 2018 that saw her make her NXT UK debut McKenzie has started 2018 by winning gold in a Japanese wrestling company. One of the brightest prospects in the UK McKenzie has a big future in wrestling.
New Sendai Junior champion. 2019 is going to be a good year ❤️ pic.twitter.com/yPujhSa6W4
— Millie Mckenzie ミリー・マッケンジー (@MillieMcKenzie0) January 6, 2019
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