From Asuka in WWE NXT to Sumie Sakai in ROH. Japanese women started their invasion on separate waves, embodied the spirit and tradition of Japan - a highly patriarchal and closed culture. But all these famous pro-wrestlers fought a hard battles to become a Superstars in their native land and then to be called in the 'Bad West' and to make some name for themselves and for Japan's honor and fame worldwide.
Today we are looking at several really great names, who breaks the barriers between East and West, not just crossed them. We will talk about the problems that surrounds these Japanese sensations appearance in USA.
Rebellion is over!
We had three matches that involved women and one of them was last minute addition.
I am kind of angry because Impact Wrestling is not doing any photos or short videos for their shows and PPVs. Aside from the fact that we are with limited financials. So I am forced to use what I have...
Overall the show looked fine... I checked the results and was kind of happy to see the Intergender match added. I am happy with the other two matches endings as well. Since I have to make this review with pieces of info (didn't have time and money to watch) it would be more analytics oriented (something I do better)