At Big Show In Sendai all three championships were on the line as Marvelous’ Mikoto Shindo defended the junior championship, the Medusa Complex defended the tag team championships and Diana ace Sareee defended the world championship. All three acts were outsiders holding the gold and this was the show when the Sendai Girls roster fought back.
Manami Wins Sendai Girls Junior Championship
The rookie of Sedai Girls Manami has fought Mikoto Shindo many times in the past but only once before have they fought over the Junior championship. That match saw Manami challenge Shindo on her home turf in Marvelous. Shindo won that encounter but now with the Sendai crowd behind her Manami has defeated her rival to win the Sendai Girls Junior Championship for the first time.
DASH Chisako & Hiroyo Matsumoto Win Sendai Girls Tag Team Championships
They have had instant chemistry since they first teamed together and have been one of the best tag teams in the world in 2019. DASH and Hiroyo got their reward by defeating the Medusa Complex to win the belts together for the first time. DASH is now a 5-time Sendai tag team champion while Hiroyo adds this to her collection of tag titles from SEAdLINNNG, Stardom, SHIMMER, Oz Academy, NEO Ladies, and Ice Ribbon.
Chihiro Hashimoto Regains Sendai Girls World Championship
Ahead of her participation in the D-Oh Grand Prix Chihiro Hashimoto became a 5-time Sendai Girls world champion. Hashimoto debuted in 2015 and since then has become the ace of the company who dominates the world title scene with a combined 777 days as world champion and 254 days as tag team champion. Sareee’s reign ends with just one successful defense but Sendai Girls have established her as a star this year thanks to wins over Meiko Satomura and Hashimoto
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