Meiko Satomura

Oct 30, 2020 - by Allen Rockum

Real Name: Meiko Satomura
Height: 5’2″
Weight: 150 lbs.
Date of Birth: November 17, 1979
Hometown: Niigata, Niigata (Japan)
Pro Debut: April 15, 1995
Trained By: Chigusa Nagayo
Finishing Move: Death Valley Bomb

Biography

– Satomura has also used the in ring names DX & Deluxe & has been nicknamed Mei & The Final Boss.
– April 15, 1995, Satomura won her debut match against Sonoko Kato at GAEA Memorial First Gong in Korakuen.
– September 23rd, Satomura, KAORU & Tomoko Kuzumi defeated Dynamite Kansai, Makie Numao & Yasuko Kuragaki to win the GAEA Splash J & Running G Tournament.
– March 19, 1996, Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima lost to Toshie Uematsu & Toshie Sato at the BJW Anniversary Show.
– May 12th, Satomura defeated Sonoko Kato to win the GAEA Hustling Cup.
– August 10th, Satomura & Sonoko Kato lost to OZ Academy (Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato) in the finals of the GAEA Tag Team Tournament.
– November 2nd, Satomura & Sonoko Kato defeated Sugar Sato & Chikayo Nagashima to win the vacant AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles.
– November 10th, Satomura & Madusa lost to Akira Hokuto & KAORU on WCW Worldwide.
– December 8th, Satomura lost to Akira Hokuto in the first round of the WCW World Women’s Title Tournament.
– March 31, 1997, Satomura lost to Toshie Uematsu in the semi-finals of the WCW World Women’s Cruiserweight Title Tournament.
– July 19th, Satomura & Sonoko Kato retained the AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles against Saya Endo & Tomoko Miyaguchi.
– August 30th, Satomura & Makie Numao lost to Toshie Uematsu & Sugar Sato in the first round of the GAEA Tag Team Tournament.
– December 27th, Satomura lost to Sonoko Kato in the semi-finals of the GAEA High Spurt 600 Tournament.
– March 29, 1998, Satomura & Sonoko Kato lost the AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles to Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato.
– April 29th, Satomura defeated Sugar Sato to win the High Spurt 600 Tournament ’98.
– December 27th, Satomura & Toshiyo Yamada challenged Aja Kong & Mayumi Ozaki for the AAAW Tag Team Titles.
– February 3, 1999, Satomura defeated Toshie Uematsu to win the GAEA Premium League.
– September 15th, Satomura challenged Aja Kong for the AAAW Title.
– October 11th, Satomura lost to Sonoko Kato in the finals of the High Spurt 600 Tournament ’99.
– January 16, 2000, Satomura lost to Chikayo Nagashima in the Premium League ’00.
– May 14th, Satomura challenged Aja Kong for the AAAW Title.
– February 18, 2001, Satomura & Sumie Sakai defeated Carlos Amano & Chikayo Nagashima at the OZ Academy.
– February 25th, Satomura & Saika Takeuchi lost to Akira Hokuto & Toshiyo Yamada at GAEA War Cry ’01.
– August 19th, Satomura lost to Mayumi Ozaki in the first round of the GAORA Cup ’01.
– September 2nd, Satomura defeated Dynamite Kansai to win the High Spurt 600 Tournament ’01.
– December 15th, Satomura defeated Aja Kong for the AAAW Title.
– April 14, 2002, Satomura retained the AAAW Title against Chikayo Nagashima.
– June 2nd, Satomura lost the AAAW Title to Chikayo Nagashima.
– September 22nd, Satomura defeated KAORU at GAEA New Energy.
– October 20th, Satomura & Ayako Hamada defeated KAORU & Mayumi Ozaki to win the AAAW Tag Team Titles.
– November 17th, Satomura lost to Carlos Amano in the first round of the High Spurt 600 Tournament ’02.
– February 11, 2003, Satomura & Ayako Hamada lost the AAAW Tag Team Titles to Aja Kong & Devil Masami.
– April 6th, Satomura challenged Manami Toyota for the AAAW Title.
– September 23rd, Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima defeated Aja Kong & Devil Masami for the AAAW Tag Team Titles.
– November 30th, Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima retained the AAAW Tag Team Titles against Sakura Hirota & Carlos Amano.
– December 14th, Satomura lost to Chikayo Nagashima in the semi-finals of the High Spurt 600 Tournament ’03.
– January 11, 2004, Satomura defeated Hitomi Hayashi at GAEA Wild Times ’04.
– February 17th, Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima lost the AAAW Tag Team Titles to Ran YuYu & Toshie Uematsu.
– April 30th, Satomura defeated Ayako Hamada for the AAAW Title.
– June 20th, Satomura retained the AAAW Title against Aja Kong.
– April 3, 2005, Satomura lost the AAAW Title to Aja Kong.
– July 9, 2006, Satomura defeated Aja Kong on Sendai Girls Live Vol. 1.
– November 11th, Satomura defeated Mayumi Ozaki on Sendai Girls Live.
– December 3rd, Satomura defeated Kyoko Kimura on Sendai Girls Live.
– February 12, 2007, Satomura lost to Shinobu Kandori in the finals of the LLPW All Star Women’s Pro-Wrestling Strongest Tournament.
– July 22nd, Satomura lost to Ayako Hamada in the finals of the Sendai Girls Battlefield WAR Tournament.
– August 19th, Satomura defeated Toshie Uematsu on Sendai Girls Live.
– January 25, 2009, Satomura defeated Ryo Mizunami to win the Sendai Girls Best Tire Cup New Years Tournament.
– May 10th, Satomura defeated Aja Kong on Sendai Girls Live.
– December 27th, Satomura competed in a Battle Royal on JWP Climax ’09.
– March 14, 2010, Satomura challenged Yoshiko Tamura for the NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Titles.
– July 9th, Satomura defeated Yoshiko Tamura to win the Sendai Girls 2nd Battle Field Tournament.
– September 23rd, Satomura defeated Emi Sakura on New Ice Ribbon.
– February 13, 2011, Satomura lost to Kana at Triple Fails Produce.
– April 17th, Satomura defeated Sareee at the Diana Debut Show.
– September 10th, Satomura & Kagetsu lost to Aja Kong & Kaoru Ito on Diana.
– October 27th, Team Sendai Girls (Satomura & Kagetsu) defeated Team Stardom (Nanae Takahashi & Yoshiko) to win the Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament.
– December 25th, Satomura & Sendai Sachiko competed against Emi Sakura & Tsukushi for the vacant International Ribbon Tag Team Titles.
– March 12, 2012, Satomura defeated Stalker Ichikawa at the Dragon Gate Glorious Gate ’12.
– March 20th, Satomura challenged Nanae Takahashi for the World of Stardom Title.
– June 24th, Satomura defeated Leon on Sendai Girls.
– September 16th, Team ROH (Mike Bennett & The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) defeated Team Sendai Girls (Satomura, DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko) in the finals of the CHIKARA King of Trios ’12.
– December 24th, Satomura & Hailey Hatred lost to Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama at the JWP Climax ’12.
– January 1, 2013, Satomura defeated Yuhi at ZERO1 Happy New Year.
– January 27th, Satomura lost to Kayoko Haruyama at the JWP Kayoko Haruyama 15th Anniversary Show.
– March 3rd, Satomura & Kagetsu defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko at the Michinoku Pro Jinsei Shinzaki 20th Anniversary.
– October 17th, Satomura competed in a Gauntlet at Sendai Girls Revolution.
– November 16th, Satomura defeated Kagetsu on Sendai Girls.
– November 24th, Satomura & Kana defeated Hanako Nakamori & Arisa Nakajima on JWP Pure Survivor .3
– December 30th, Satomura competed in the WAVE Royal Rumble.
– April 29, 2014, Satomura, Command Bolshoi & Kaoru Ito defeated Sareee, Kagetsu & Kaho Kobayashi at the Diana 3rd Anniversary Show.
– July 10th, Satomura challenged Io Shirai for the World of Stardom Title.
– November 19th, Satomura & KUDO defeated Saki Akai & Yukio Sakaguchi at DDT Wrestling Cannonball.
– January 4, 2015, Satomura defeated Happy New Year WAVE ’15.
– April 5th, Satomura defeated Meiko Satomura at Diana 4th Anniversary Show.
– April 19th, Satomura challenged Ayako Hamada for the Regina Di WAVE Title.
– June 14th, Satomura challenged Kairi Hojo for the World of Stardom Title.
– July 26th, Satomura defeated Kairi Hojo for the World of Stardom Title.
– October 11th, Satomura defeated Ayako Hamada for the vacant Sendai Girls World Title.
– November 15th, Satomura retained the World of Stardom Title against Mayu Iwatani.
– December 23rd, Satomura lost the World of Stardom Title to Io Shirai.
– March 21, 2016, Satomura & Kairi Hojo challenged Thunder Rock (Io Shirai & Mayu Iwatani) for the Goddesses of Stardom Titles.
– April 8th, Satomura defended the Sendai Girls World Title against Aja Kong.
– May 4th, Satomura defeated Tsukushi at the at the Ice Ribbon 10th Anniversary Show.
– July 2nd, Satomura retained the Sendai Girls World Title against Io Shirai.
– September 4th, Team Sendai Girls (Satomura, DASH Chisako & Cassandra Miyagi) defeated Team JWP (Command Bolshoi, Manami Katsu & Hanako Nakamori) to win the CHIKARA King of Trios ’16.
– October 16th, Satomura lost the Sendai Girls World Title to Chihiro Hashimoto.
– January 28, 2017, Satomura defeated KAORU at the Sendai Girls New Year Senjo.
– May 20th, Satomura & Nyla Rose defeated KAORU & Mio Momono on Sendai Girls.
– June 10th, Satomura & Hana Kimura challenged Hikaru Shida & Syuri for the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles.
– August 11th, Satomura defeated Hanako Nakamori at the PURE-J Debut Show.
– August 12th, Satomura, Ayako Hamada & Nanae Takahashi defeated Takumi Iroha, Satsuki Totoro & Chihiro Hashimoto at the WAVE 10th Anniversary.
– September 3rd, Satomura, Cassandra Miyagi & DASH Chisako lost to British Strong Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) in the finals of the CHIKARA King of Trios ’17.
– September 24th, Satomura challenged Chihiro Hashimoto for the Sendai Girls World Title.
– November 12th, Satomura a 3-Way to Charlie Morgan of the finals of the EVE SHE-1 Tournament.
– December 24th, Satomura & Toni Storm defeated Yoko Bito & Takumi Iroha at Stardom Year-End Climax.
– December 29th, Satomura & Chihiro Hashimoto defeated ASUKA & Ayako Hamada at WAVE Great Year End Thanksgiving.
– March 30, 2018, Satomura defeated Chris Brookes for the FCP Title.
– April 7th, Satomura retained the FCP Title in a 3-Way.
– May 5th, Satomura lost to Kay Lee Ray at EVE Wrestle Queendom.
– May 29th, Satomura competed in the DDT Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Rumble.
– August 9th, Satomura lost to Toni Storm in the semi-finals of the WWE Mae Young Classic ’18.
– August 28th, Satomura defeated Danshoku Dino for the KO-D Openweight Title.
– September 23rd, Satomura lost the KO-D Openweight Title to Danshoku Dino in a 3-Way Elimination.
– September 29th, Satomura retained the FCP Title against Kyle Fletcher.
– October 6th, Satomura defeated LuFisto to win the wXw Femmes Fatales ’18.
– November 17th, Satomura challenged Chihiro Hashimoto for the Sendai Girls World Title.
– March 15, 2019, Satomura lost the FCP Title to Mark Davis.
– March 21st, Satomura, Chihiro Hashimoto & DASH Chisako defeated ALL OUT (Akito, Konosuke Takeshita & Yuki Ino) for the KO-D Six Man Tag Team Titles.
– May 11th, Satomura, DASH & Hashimoto retained the titles against ASUKA, Hikaru Shida & Saki Akai.
– June 24th, Satomura, DASH & Hashimoto lost the titles to ALL OUT.
– July 11th, Satomura & Nanae Takahashi challenged Yoshiko & Hiroyo Matsumoto for the SEAdLINNIG Beyond the Sea Tag Team Titles.
– July 26th, Satomura & DASH Chisako challenged Schadenfreude (Chris Brookes & Kyle Fletcher) for the FCP Tag Team Titles.
– September 15th, Satomura defeated Jordynne Grace for the PROGRESS Women’s Title.
– October 27th, Satomura retained the PROGRESS Women’s Title against Dani Luna.
– November 12th, Satomura & Syuri lost to Yuu & Chihiro Hashimoto in the semi-finals of the Sendai Girls Royal Tag Tournament ’19.
– November 30th, Satomura defended the PROGRESS Women’s Title against Nicole Savoy.
– December 14th, Satomura challenged Amale for the wXw Women’s Title.
– December 15th, Satomura lost the PROGRESS Women’s Title to Jinny.
– February 24, 2020, Satomura defeated Kagetsu at the Kagetsu Retirement Show.
– July 19th, Satomura defeated HIRO’e at WAVE Niigata.
– September 21st, Satomura defeated Sakura Hirota on Sendai Girls.
– October 27, 2020, it was reported that Satomura signed with the WWE to be a on-air talent & coach for NXT UK.

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