Stardom New Years Stars Tag 2January 3, 2019
Six Woman Tag Team match - Mary Apache, Natsumi and Sadie Gibbs Hanan, Hina and Rina Queen's Quest (Bea Priestley and SWA Undisputed World Women's Champion, Viper) Bobbi Tyler and Hana Kimura Six Woman Tag Team match - Alex Gracia, Saki Kashima and Tam Nakano Queen's Quest (AZM, Konami and Wonder Of Stardom and Goddesses Of Stardom Champion Momo Watanabe) Eight Woan Tag Team match - Oedo Tai (Hazuki, Jamie Hayter, World Of Stardom Champion, Kagetsu and Natsu Sumire) (w/ Nao Yamaguchi) JAN (Jungle Kyona, Kaori Yoneyama, Natsuko Tora and Ruaka) Future Of Stardom Championship match - Utami Hayashishita def. Champion, Starlight Kid *Title Change
Stardom New Year Stars Day 1January 2, 2019
Triple Threat Match Natsuko Tora vs Kaori Yoneyama and Alex Gracia. 3 On 1 Handicap Match Viper vs Hanan, Rina and Hina. Tag Team Match Sadie Gibbs and Mari Apache vs Jungle Assault Nation (Jungle Kyona and Ruaka). 6 Woman Tag Team Match Oedo-tai (Natsu Sumire, Hazuki and Kagetsu) vs Jamie Hayter, Hana Kimura and Bobbi Tyler. 10 Woman Elimination Tag Team Match Queen's Quest (Bea Priestley, Utami Hayashishita, Momo Watanabe, AZM and Konami) vs Saki Kashia, Starlight Kid, Arisa Hoshiki, Tam Nakano and Natsumi.
Stardom New Years Stars Tag 3 (Evening Show)January 5, 2019
On the final stop before the 8th Anniversary show, Stardom presented its strongest booked show on the New Years Wars tour. Starting the show with a crazy brawl definitely set the tone for the rest of the night. There's not a single bad match on this card (the opener served its purpose) and the main event was an outstanding contest. Highly recommended show.
Stardom 7th AnniversaryJanuary 21, 2018
As long a the sun rises in the East, we will begin Stardom shows with rookies and youngsters. This show is no different, as Hiromi Mimura and Konami join the rookies and children in battle. I continue to be sad that Konami hasn't found a real place in Stardom yet, she is much better than this, but it is what it is. Hanan is the best child on the roster but all have shown flashes of ability and could turn into real stars if they continue wrestling the next few years.
Stardom Queen's FestFebruary 18, 2018
Stardom's events can almost always be split in half as their show structure is very predictable. Their undercard suffers due to the fact they have so many young wrestlers and they don't leave wrestlers off cards if they are healthy. So you're always going to get the rookie match and the big gaijin tag match, that's life in the Stardom World. But once you get past that, Stardom has some truly amazing wrestlers that would blow the roof off any building in the world if given the chance. Both title matches here delivered, not only in execution but they also left the stories open so no one will be left behind - the stories of Tam Nakano and Momo Watanabe will continue to grow. Whether you watch it on Stardom World or find the Samurai TV version, the second half is certainly worth tracking down, particularly the main event