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  1. This is one of the main events for Jinsei Shinzaki's 25th Anniversary show. It is also for the Sendai Girls title that was vacated by Ayako Hamada following her arrest back in May. The basic storyline of the match is a contrast in styles between the matwork/power moves of Chihiro and the brawling/highspots of DASH. The finishing run has DASH throwing everything at Chihiro till she runs out of big moves and then has to rely on hitting rollups for all kinds of angles. Eventually though, Chihiro's strength and resolve is too much and she regains the title. I didn't like this as much as their more frenetic match from the previous month but it's still a very solid title match. ***1/2
  2. This is Io Shirai's last match in Sendai Girls. She's teaming with DASH Chisako, who she had a tag team rivalry with (each woman teamed with their sister) early on in their careers. These Senjo/Stardom tags are almost always great and this is no exception. The first half of the match has some really good back and forth between both teams before focusing on Chihiro/DASH. I wish DASH had gotten in a few nearfalls during the finishing stretch to set up her and Chihiro's upcoming title match better. Still, great stuff despite the bit of a flat ending. ****
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R709wVwzcsE&t=24s This was the replacement main event for the show where Ayako Hamada vacated the Sendai Girls title. Personally, I think this was DASH's best performance since she started her hardcore gimmick a couple of years ago. Chihiro gives another strong main event performance. Despite this match being relatively short, they still manage to keep it action packed with a strong transitions to give it a nice flow throughout. ****
  4. Sendai Girls Tag Team Championship: Hikaru Shida & Syuri © vs. Cassandra Miyagi & DASH Chisako Good match; felt like it went longer than it needed to be, but the action never slowed down. This mini Shida-Miyagi rivalry is great, and I enjoy how Shida sells Miyagi's fuckery. Chisako spent most of the match getting bumped around and worked over, but she makes a surly comeback. Syuri had just signed dat UFC contract so the finish protected her a bit. ***1/2
  5. Chihiro Hashimoto & DASH Chisako vs. Hikaru Shida & Rina Yamashita Shida-sama & Yamashita have a parejas increíbles-esque dynamic in this match, and that made things very interesting. They're attacking each other, making aggressive tags, Shida tries to use Yamashita as a weapon; but, they still prove to be a cohesive, well-oiled duo. The hard-hitting segments between Hash and Rina were awesome, and there's a shinai spot here that was topnotch slapstick. DASH reprises her role as Chihiro's designated FIP, but she gets the fall this time! And so continues the endless Shida/DASH feud. ***3/4
  6. Match Link This is the main event of Nanae Takahashi's 20th anniversary show. The big strength of this match is the team dynamics that all 4 setup in the early part of the match. Takahashi and Yoshiko work well together as a team while Satomura and DASH are a contrast in strength and speed. They really ramp things up at the finish with a mix of hard strike exchanges and big finishing moves. Another great interpromotional main event, which has been happening a fair bit in joshi for the last year or so. ****
  7. This is a matchup between two Meiko Satomura trainees. As you would expect, it's pretty hard hitting. After some early back and forth, DASH takes control on the outside with a chair then works over Mizunami's leg after they get back in the ring. Ryo puts over the leg work well as she doesn't do any of the hard charging that she usually does while she is on offense. Eventually, DASH makes the mistake of staying too close to Mizunami who just starts suplexing her like crazy. The finish really good as you have Mizunami trying to hit her power offense, while DASH is trying to counter out of it. Very entertaining stuff. ***3/4
  8. This is a really great tag match as the Sisters get a title match after beating the champs on a Sendai Girls show a couple of months earlier. Both of them, especially DASH, channel their bitchy outsider roles which gives them a fresh look from their typical babyface style. They still bring the slick double teams and the level of stiffness that you would expect from Satomura trainees. The two of them manage to get the early advantage by cutting off one member of Thunder Rock and working her over. The champs manage to hang in there till they are able to make a comeback that leads to a fun series of flashy exchanges. The finish is pretty neat as Sachiko goes to whip Shirai into the ropes, only for Io to adjust on the fly to take out DASH with a tope, that allows Iwatani to hit an Otani-ish fake German into a dragon suplex for the win. All of them manage to maintain good structure and execution while keeping the pace up and didn't let the finish go to long. ****1/4
  9. Two fun teams have a super fun match. The Jumonji Sisters have a bunch of slick double teams and aren't afraid to sell like crazy. Takahashi & Hojo have a nice vet/rookie dynamic with some fun double teams of their own. They also manage to not go too long on the finish. ****
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