Independent Wrestling TV (IWTV) has been making some very smart moves as of late. Recently they acquired the streaming rights to some upcoming Game Changer Wrestling events (GCW), and now they have made an international deal to bring the joshi puroseu promotion run by the legendary Meiko Satomura to their viewers.
A Classic Sendai Girls Event From 2016 Will Be Aired On April 23rd
As a way to test the waters of this deal, it won’t be a new event being aired, instead it will be a card from 2016 that will be shown. The event was titled Big Show in Niigata, which was their 10th anniversary event. Fans of All Elite Wrestling will recognize names like AEW Women’s Champion Nyla Rose & #1 Contender Hikaru Shida, and fans of NXT will recognize Io Shirai, who is the current #1 contender for the NXT Women’s Championship. Nyla & Shida are on the same team of a 6 woman tag match, teaming with KAORU to face Hiroyo Matsumoto, Shinobu Kandori & Takako Inoue. Io Shirai is in the main event, where she faced off with Meiko Satomura in a classic match for the Sendai Girls Championship. Other notable names include Aja Kong & Chihiro Hashimoto.
In addition to the debut of Sendai Girls, Thursday will also see the IWTV premiere of the Shimmer, Rise and Smash Wrestling joint show “The Summit.,” at 7:30pm EDT on the same night, with Big Show in Niigata airing at 10:00pm EDT. This Sendai Girls event will not feature English commentary, but should it be a success that might become an option for future events in his partnership.
IWTV Is Only 10$ A Month For Hundreds Of Promotions
If you are a fan of wrestling but are getting tired of only watching the major promotions, IWTV is the service for you. With everything from Chikara to GCW, there is something for everyone in their thousands of hours of footage. They keep gaining more and more great promotions, and are quickly becoming one of the biggest libraries around for wrestling. It is worth taking a look during these dull times, as you might just find your new favorite wrestler from a promotion like AIW or Beyond Wrestling.
Are you going to tune into Sendai Girls debut on IWTV? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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