Unhappily, Riho’s losing streak is continued from previous AEW Dark. She took Snap Dragon Suplex to Kip Sabian, but right after Penelope drives Fisherman’s Suplex and Riho was pinned. That was too bad moment for Riho.
The unfortunate lose due to the interference by the opponent has continued, but I expect she would advance to the next step.
Many pro-wrestling promotions around the world forced to be changed their scheduled events due to corona virus. Under this circumstances, DDT, Tokyo Joshi Pro and Stardom currently set free some of Riho’s matches. Thank you for their special treat.
DDT ＆ 東京女子プロレス（TJPW)
3/31まで限定公開（Available until 3/31）
1/4/2018 TJPW “Tokyo Joshi Prowrestling ’18”
東京プリンセスタッグ選手権：坂崎ユカ＆中島翔子 vs 瑞希 ＆ 里歩 Tokyo Princess Tag Championship: Yuka Sakazaki & Shoko Nakajima vs Mizuki & Riho
That was the first match for Riho on AEW after she lost AEW world women’s championship. Tag team with Yuka Sakazaki, that has never happened in Japan though, was a great thing. But Kip Sabian interlude the match for several time and that cause Riho drew lost. We believe Riho will never give up and keep up fighting to show her brilliance!
The PPV “Revolution” will be held on February 29, and the women’s championship is expected to take place. This week, Yuka Sakazaki’s Dynamite debut will be announced, and who will jump into the next challenger from the ever changing women’s division?
エビ固め ※Awesome Kongの介入から Pinned after interference by Awesome Kong
×クリス・スタットランダー Kris Statlander
ナイトメア・コレクティブの介入により試合はめちゃくちゃに。 Awesome KongがKris選手の足を引っ張ったところを丸め込んだ里歩選手がタイトル防衛しましたが、不本意な試合だったのではないでしょうか。 The match was interfered by Nightmare Collective then it went to the chaos. Riho defened her title by pinning Kris after Awesome Kong pulled her leg, but I guess that was an unwilling win.
試合後も二人に襲い掛かるナイトメア・コレクティブを制するため、志田選手とBig Swole選手もリングへ。 ナイトメア・コレクティブの不穏な動きにより、AEW女子戦線は新たな局面へ突入しそうです。 Nightmare Collective brawled Riho and Kris after the match. Shida and Big Swole was into the ring to relief them. Nightmare Collective’s disturbing move is likely to push the AEW Women’s Division into a new phase.