Various: Sukeban Miami Event Results, Court Bauer on Potential of a Future Wrestling Supershow Being Possible, Indies

Sukeban Miami Event Results – Dec. 6, 2023

December 6, 2023
Miami, Florida – Lot 11 Skatepark

Quick Match Results

  1. Rina Yamashita & Stray Cat defeated Midnight Player & Bingo via Pinfall
  2. Maya Mamushi & Saki Bimi defeated Queen Takase & KONAMI via Pinfall
  3. Otaku-chan defeated Crush Yuu via Top Rope Splash (pinfall)
  4. Four-way match – Sareee Bomb (Sareee) defeated Countess Saori, Atomic Banshee, and Babyface via Running Dropkick (pinfall)
  5. Lady Antoinette defeated Supersonic via Rear Naked Choke (submission)
  6. Sukeban World Championship – Commander Nakajima defeated Ichigo Sayaka via Roll-up (pinfall)

MLW Owner Court Bauer Comments on Potential of a Wrestling Supershow Being Possible in Future

Fightful held a recent interview with Major League Wrestling owner Court Bauer. One of the topics discussed included Bauer’s thoughts about the potential of a several notable wrestling promotions uniting together to hold a wrestling supershow event being possible in the future.

“Most promoters, in their idealistic way, would like to think that’s possible.

Ego, finishes, logistics, sensitivities get in the way of those things. I, myself, really was an isolated organization domestically by design from 2017 to basically the last few months because when I started out in wrestling, I was broken in by the Samoans, Gary Albright, son-in-law of Afa, got me in. I somehow convinced All Japan, through Gary, to be an American scout for All Japan. I was like a teenager, I don’t know how I conned myself into that, but it worked. In any event, I really loved All Japan. Baba’s way was to be an isolated state. He was kind of on an island to himself. I thought that was interesting. The philosophy was, it’s All Japan first and foremost, and you don’t deal with any of the politics. It’s a big drain, it becomes complicated, it’s a mistake. I kind of practiced that virtually my whole run as a promoter. Internationally, I had great relationships with Dragon Gate, New Japan, NOAH, IWA Puerto Rico, at one point AAA, now CMLL. It’s always been there, but domestically, I just always stayed isolated. My emerging philosophy, as changes are in the wind in MLW, part of that is, I want to change that.

We flirted with that thanks to Conrad Thompson and the Ric Flair retirement show. You had this serendipitous thing where everyone kind of came together for a funky Woodstock in Nashville. It was cool in that you got to see TNA vs. MLW, New Japan on the card, legends on the card, NWA, all these things happening and everything was great. It was like the accidental guinea pig of what could be, and it’s been floating in my mind ever since. Why not? How does that work? As I look to 2024, I think there is opportunity there. You need the other side to come to the table, but the international partners are cool. It’s just, domestically, can that part of the Rubix cube get figured out? From our end, we would welcome those conversations in the event that there is interest on the other side. I can’t read their minds, you don’t know what’s going on. For fans, they are kind of almost there but they’re getting it on a hyper-local level when you see a local independent show and there are guys from MLW at AEW and IMPACT, and they’re kind of wrestling each other, but without the juice, hype, connective storylines that you’d get from all the groups cooperating. It’s kind of happening, you just need to streamline that thing and everyone needs to sit in a room, have a few slices of pizza and some beer and figure this out.”

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Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

Thursday’s World Tag League 2023 event for New Japan Pro Wrestling in Miyakonojo, Japan featured Hikuleo & El Phantasmo emerging as the winner’s of this year’s B Block group. Bishamon (YOSHI-HASHI & Hirooki Goto) finished as runners-up in the group with both them and Hikuleo & El Phantasmo advancing to the Semifinals Round of this year’s tournament.

Wednesday’s Real World Tag League 2023 event for All Japan Pro Wrestling in Tokyo, Japan featured Katsuhiko Nakajima & Hokuto Omori defeating Kento Miyahara & Yuma Aoyagi in the main event match to be crowned the winners of this year’s tournament. Going into the match, Nakajima & Omori were in a four-way tie at 10 points and broke the deadlock with their victory to end at 12 points.

A24 Films recently released a first look video for their upcoming The Iron Claw film, which is based on the legendary The Von Erich Family.

Variety reported that A24 recently signed a deal with Warner Brothers Discovery for their upcoming The Iron Claw film to exclusively stream on WBD’s MAX service following its theatrical run.

WrestleCon recently announced that Wardlow will be making an appearance for the company at their WrestleCon 2024 on April 4-7, 2024 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PROGRESS Wrestling recently announced that they will be holding a new event called Chapter 156: Freedom Walks Again on April 5, 2024 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was also announced that this upcoming event will be part of Game Changer Wrestling’s The Collective 2024 set of events in the city during WrestleMania 40 weekend. It was also announced that this will be their first event in the United States since 2018.

MCW Pro Wrestling recently announced that Matt Riddle and Nic Nemeth (former Dolph Ziggler in WWE) will be making an appearance for the company at their MCW Fan Jam 2 convention and MCW Anniversary 2024 event on February 4, 2024 in Joppa, Maryland.

Frankie Kazarian recently reflected on Twitter about his return to Impact Wrestling this past January and this past year being one of the most rewarding, successful, and fun years of his career. Kazarian statedIn January I made a difficult, but VERY necessary decision. I decided to bet on myself. It resulted in the most rewarding, successful & overall fun years of my career. I urge all of you who may be in a similar situation that action speaks louder than words. Don’t talk it, walk it.

In a recent interview with Fightful’s In The Weeds podcast, indie wrestler EFFY gave his thoughts about recent comments he made regarding him turning down an offer from the NWA to work for them. EFFY stated “I understand that for most of my career, I’m going to have to have dweebs as my temporary bosses. I worked for 40 companies last year, a lot of them were fantastic. A few times you’re going, what am I doing with my life? It’s sad to see how bad [Billy Corgan] fucked up a pretty easy silver platter of things. This is a guy who has been on record telling the talent, ‘I picked that girl because she’s really awkward to watch, and that’s what I like about it.’ I’m going, ‘are you purposely trying to make a bad product?’ It’s confusing. Everyone had to stick it to me. ‘Oh, we ruined our TV deal?’ As they were bragging about being unceremoniously slapped on the fucking CW app, which has like 100,000 downloads. Granted, 100,000 is more than has signed up to watch Ring of Honor and it’s behind a pay window. Getting slapped on the CW app is not the same as being a press release announced as being a huge part of the CW’s future expansion and programming like NXT got. Clearly, you guys were put on some sort of a backburner and if you want to brag about that, that’s fine, but this isn’t where the future of wrestling is going to go. This isn’t what’s going to be the big national breakout for NWA. Maybe you guys should focus on trying to have good matches.” (Transcript h/t:

Pro Wrestling Revolver recently announced one new match for the card of their Mox vs. Gringo event on January 25, 2024 in Dayton, Ohio:

  • Revolver Championship & PWR Remix Championship, Title vs. Title match – Jake Crist (Revolver) vs. Alex Shelley (PWR Remix)