Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling

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Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, often called Senjo, is a Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion.wikipedia
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Sendai Sachiko

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She was trained by Meiko Satomura and made her debut for her Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion in July 2006.

Shuri Okuda

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Trained by Meiko Satomura, Okuda started her career in the Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion in 2006, where she originally worked under her real name and later under the ring name Tyrannosaurus Okuda .

Misaki Ohata

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During late 2007 and early 2008, Ohata also began making appearances for various independent promotions, including Ice Ribbon, JWP Joshi Puroresu, Oz Academy, Pro Wrestling Wave and Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling.

Chihiro Hashimoto

The current champion is Chihiro Hashimoto, who in her fifth reign.
Chihiro Hashimoto is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, where she is the current five time Sendai Girls World Champion.

Dash Chisako

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The current champions are DASH Chisako and Hiroyo Matsumoto, who are in their first reign as a team, while it's the fifth reign for Chisako individually.
She was trained by Meiko Satomura and has worked for her Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion since her debut in July 2006.

Meiko Satomura

Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling was founded in 2005 by Meiko Satomura, a female professional wrestler who achieved success in the 2000s with the women's promotion Gaea Japan, and Jinsei Shinzaki, a male professional wrestler who is also the president of Michinoku Pro Wrestling.
She co-founded Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling.

Hiroyo Matsumoto

The current champions are DASH Chisako and Hiroyo Matsumoto, who are in their first reign as a team, while it's the fifth reign for Chisako individually.
On April 20, May 23 & June 27, Matsumoto participated in the Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling's Jaja Uma Tournament - winning the tournament by defeating Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling's own Ryo Mizunami in the finals.

Hikaru Shida

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During 2011, Shida also took part in Ice Ribbon's interpromotional rivalry with the Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion.

Sareee

On January 6, 2019, she challenged and lost to Chihiro Hashimoto for the Sendai Girls World Championship.

Millie McKenzie

She is best known for her appearances in Defiant Wrestling, Progress Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling and WWE in their NXT UK division.

Ayako Hamada

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Her arrest resulted in Pro Wrestling Wave terminating her contract and Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling stripping her of the Sendai Girls World Championship.

Kaoru (wrestler)

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During the summer of 2009, Kaoru also made several appearances for Meiko Satomura's Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling promotion, where she mainly worked with Hiren.

Syuri

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On October 17, Syuri took part in a big generational eight-on-eight elimination match promoted by Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, where she, Hikaru Shida, Kagetsu, Manami Katsu, Sareee, Takumi Iroha, Yoshiko and Yuhi defeated Aja Kong, Command Bolshoi, Dump Matsumoto, Dynamite Kansai, Kyoko Inoue, Manami Toyota, Meiko Satomura and Takako Inoue.

Aja Kong

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The main event featured Satomura against Aja Kong, whom she has feuded with throughout her career.

Jinsei Shinzaki

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Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling was founded in 2005 by Meiko Satomura, a female professional wrestler who achieved success in the 2000s with the women's promotion Gaea Japan, and Jinsei Shinzaki, a male professional wrestler who is also the president of Michinoku Pro Wrestling.
Shinzaki is also the co-founder of the joshi promotion Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling along with joshi wrestler Meiko Satomura.

Women's professional wrestling

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Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, often called Senjo, is a Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion. The Sendai Girls World Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship, situated at the top of Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling's championship hierarchy.

Professional wrestling championship

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The Sendai Girls World Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship, situated at the top of Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling's championship hierarchy. The Sendai Girls Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship.

Glossary of professional wrestling terms

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As of January 13, 2020, overall there have been 8 reigns between 6 champions, and 1 vacancy.

Professional wrestling

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Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling was founded in 2005 by Meiko Satomura, a female professional wrestler who achieved success in the 2000s with the women's promotion Gaea Japan, and Jinsei Shinzaki, a male professional wrestler who is also the president of Michinoku Pro Wrestling. The Sendai Girls Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship.

World tag team championship

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The Sendai Girls Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team championship.

Professional wrestling in Japan

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This show consisted of Senjo's first four wrestlers making their debuts in singles matches against four legends of joshi puroresu.

Japan

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Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, often called Senjo, is a Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion.