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STARDOM The Conversion Results (6/22): Queen’s Quest, Oedo Tai, And More

STARDOM hosted “The Conversion” event live from the National Yoyogi Stadium, Second Gymnasium in Tokyo, featuring high-stakes matchups.

Full STARDOM The Conversion results

The full results from STARDOM The Conversion are as follows:

  • Pre-Show Match: Fukigen Death def. Rian
  • Goddess of Stardom Championship Match: Hazuki & Koguma (STARS) def. Saya Iida & Hanan (STARS)
  • Special Singles Match: Starlight Kid def. Mei Seira
  • Tag Match: Mina Shirakawa & HANAKO (EXV) def. Natsupoi & Yuna Mizumori (Cosmic Angels)
  • 6-Person Tag Match: Saki Kashima, Ranna Yagami (God’s Eye), Tomoka Inaba def. Tam Nakano, Aya Sakura, Sayaka Kurara
  • “Runaway Wrestler” Promotional Tag Match: Mayu Iwatani & Momo Kohgo (STARS) vs. Syuri & Ami Sohrei (God’s Eye) ends in a Time Limit Draw
  • Queen’s Quest vs. Oedo Tai Final Chapter: Oedo Tai (Natsuko Tora, Momo Watanabe, Ruaka, Rina, Thekla) def. Queen’s Quest (Saya Kamitani, AZM, Lady C, Hina, Miyu Amasaki)
  • Wonder of Stardom Championship Match: Mika Iwata def. Saori Anou (c)
  • World of Stardom Championship Match: Maika (c) def. Xena

In the Queen’s Quest and Oedo Tai Final Chapter match, Natsuko Tora pinned Saya Kamitani last, ultimately banishing the other members of Queen’s Quest from the group. After the match, the entirety of God’s Eye came out to potentially recruit members from the defeated Queen’s Quest. Shortly after, a newly formed alliance between Starlight Kid, Suzu Suzuki, and Mei Seira entered the ring to do the same.

Still sulking in defeat, AZM temporarily declines Starlight Kid’s offer to join the alliance. AZM, Miyu Amasaki, Hina, and Lady C exit the ring and take a bow onstage one last time as a group.

On the other hand, a shocking title change took place as Sendai Girls World Champion Mika Iwata captured the Wonder of Stardom title from Saori Anou. Mika Iwata is not signed under STARDOM, thus making her an outsider holding a championship under the company’s banner.

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