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[2018-05-05-EVE-Wrestle Queendom] Kay Lee Ray vs Meiko Satomura

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Kay Lee Ray recently defeated Dash Chisako at a Sendai Girls event, now Meiko Satomura has come all the way to London to avenge her protege's loss.


Some really good facial expressions at the start selling that this isn't quite a grudge match, but a lot of professional pride is on the line here. The opening of the match is mainly technical wrestling which Meiko mostly wins out on. Meiko gets a bit too over-confident going for a top rope move when KLR's not been that beaten down yet. Kay Lee pulls her off the top and goes for a Gory Bomb which Meiko escapes from, but KLR trips her and then drags her to the outside.


The commentary reminds us that Kay Lee Ray is the hardcore daredevil and outside the ring is her favoured battleground. Before you know it she's slammed Mieko straight into the ring apron! Kay Lee's on top now and starts to drag Meiko back into the ring and attempts a Gory Bomb on the apron but Meiko blocks it on the ropes and counters her into a Death Valley Driver on the apron.


Meiko's winning all the striking exchanges as they're both back in the ring. Meiko's looking so intense with her fiery face throwing forearms and kicks. KLR manages to block the odd one but she's not really getting any meaningful offense. That is until she catches one of Meiko's kicks, spins her round and hits her with the Gory Bomb, the move which beat Dash Chisako, and attempts the flash win. 1, 2 Kickout!


Kay Lee's goes to finish off Meiko from the top rope probably going for her swanton, but Meiko charges up at her before she can do anything, hoists her up and hits the Death Valley Bomb. Another kick out at two that really shocks the crowd. Meiko's just fired up even more and hoists KLR up to hit another one, only to be countered into roll up. 1, 2, THREE! Kay Lee Ray gets a slightly flukey win and gives Meiko her first ever loss in Pro-Wrestling Eve.


This was mostly a great match but it lost me a bit with that finishing stretch getting a bit excessive with the finisher trading, crowd didn't seem to care the slightest though.


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