Jim Cornette on Mercedes Mone's debut in New Japan.

Mercedes Mone Drops Title But Gets New Deal With NJPW

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In a thrilling showdown at STARDOM All-Star Grand Queendom, Mayu Iwatani emerged victorious, defeating Mercedes Moné to claim the coveted IWGP Women’s Championship in the penultimate match of the event.

The match was a display of skill, athleticism, and determination from both wrestlers, but ultimately, it was Iwatani who came out on top, capturing the prestigious title.

While Moné may no longer hold the IWGP Women’s Championship, it has been reported by The Wrestling Observer that she has signed a contract extension with Bushiroad, the parent company of NJPW and STARDOM.

The length of the contract extension remains unknown, but it indicates that Moné will continue her journey with NJPW and STARDOM in the immediate future, showcasing her talent and dedication to the wrestling world.

Following her title defense at All-Star Grand Queendom, Moné made an announcement that she will be appearing at NJPW Resurgence on May 21st in Los Angeles, CA. This news has sparked excitement among wrestling fans, as Moné’s presence in the upcoming event promises to deliver another unforgettable performance.

As the world of professional wrestling continues to evolve and unfold, the recent events at STARDOM All-Star Grand Queendom and NJPW Resurgence have undoubtedly left fans on the edge of their seats, eagerly anticipating the next chapter in the careers of these talented wrestlers. Stay tuned for more updates and surprises in the world of wrestling as the excitement and drama continue to unfold.


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