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Saki Kashima Finally Lets Mei Seira Challenge For High-Speed Championship

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Saki Kashima Finally Lets Mei Seira Challenge For High-Speed Championship

Saki Kashima Finally Lets Mei Seira Challenge For the High-Speed Championship

By: James Carlin

Saki Kashima may have tried, tried and tried to get out of defending her new High-Speed Championship against one of the fastest high-speed wrestlers around, but she finally gave in and granted the opportunity to Mei Seira.

On June 17th, Seira won a High-Speed Rumble that gave her the opportunity to challenge Kashima, who won the championship in a triple threat back in May, but the new champion refused to let her wrestle for the title.

Saki Kashima refuses Mei Seira’s title challenge. c/o Stardom

The champion went as far as defending the championship against literally anyone else before Seira, successfully holding onto the title against Fukigen Death in July and Koguma in August. Unlike other matches that featured the belt on the line, Kashima has taken the namesake considerably seriously, only having matches under five minutes long. The ruleset may not be as strict as Hazuki’s once was, but it’s still enough for Kashima to keep hold of the gold with her patented Kishikaisei revival flashpin.

After today’s Goddess of Stardom Championship match between champions Saori Anou and Natsupoi defending against the odd-couple pairing of Suzu Suzuki and Mei Seira, Kashima walked out and started gloating about Seira being the one to take the pinfall. She decided that enough was enough, and promptly named the Revived Moonstar as the fourth challenger to the title after successfully defending against Momo Kohgo earlier in the show. Her request got a thumb ups from executive producer Rossy Ogawa, and then she promptly left.

Is Kashima’s confidence enough to retain and get V4 with the High-Speed Championship, or will she once again use her cunning and guile to defeat her new challenger in under five minutes?

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