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In Sprint Cup Series competition the #2 car has started 1,732 races and has 81 wins, 62 poles, 451 top 5s, 775 top 10s, and 414 DNFs.
  • Rusty Wallace has the most starts in car #2 with 522 starts in 1985 & 1991-2005 with 37 wins. Since 1980 Wallace, the ASA star, had made several appearances in NASCAR in the Penske #16 and other teams, but his first full times season was 1984 when he won Rookie of the Year driving #88 for Cliff Stewart. In 1985, his sophomore season of NASCAR, Wallace stayed with Stewart driving the #2 Alugard Pontiac. After one season in #2 Wallace left Stewart’s team to drive #27 for Raymond Beadle’s Blue Max Racing team. Wallace found success at Blue Max winning several races and the 1989 Winston Cup (Sprint Cup) Championship.
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What is Stardom?

World Wonder Ring Stardom, or just Stardom for short, is a Joshi Puroresu(Japanese Women's Wrestling) company based in Tokyo. It was founded in 2011, and it's currently one of most successful Women's promotion in the world.

What is Stardom Wrestling like?

Most Stardom Wrestlers wrestle a mix of traditional Japanese Strong Style, Lucha Libre, and American Wrestling. Most matches are 5-15 minutes long. Singles, tag team, and trios matches are common. Three way, and Fatal Fourway matches are also common on the under cards. Most shows feature 5 or 6 matches. There is also a little bit of comedy mixed into the product without taking away from the sportsmanship. Overall, it's a very fun brand of wrestling.

What are the rules for Stardom matches?

  • For most matches, victories come via 3 count pinfalls or submissions. In the case of rope breaks for submissions, a wrestler must be in full possession of the rope before the rope break is activated. Only touching the ropes is not enough.
  • There is a 20 count outside the ring. Although that the count starts at the referee's discretion. Usually wrestlers are allowed to brawl for minutes on the outside until one has incapacitate the other and then the count starts.
  • There is a 5 count for rope breaks or general misbehavior inside the ring.
  • Some matches have over the top rope eliminations. These are common as a part of the Cinderella Tournament.
  • Some tag team matches have lucha rules, so there is no tag necessary. In general, the ref will allow some freedom for double teams in the ring.
  • Weapon use is prohibited, although it's not an automatic DQ. The ref will usually do his best to stop it and let the match continue.
  • Disqualifications are possible, but very rare. The ref will allow the action to go as long as he can. A wrestler has to be extremely out of control to earn a DQ.

How often do Stardom Shows run?

Sometimes they run multiple shows a week, and sometimes there is a small hiatus due to scheduling. Overall, it averages out to about five to six shows a month. They regularly run shows in multiple locations in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Yokohama, and a few other cities in Japan. Shows outside of Japan happen on rare occasions as well. Shinkiba 1st Ring in Tokyo is the venue that they run most often, and Korakuen Hall is where most of the big shows are held.

Who wrestles for Stardom?

Stardom has a mix of Japanese and international talent. The international talent comes from the US, Mexico, and Europe. Big names such as Sara Stock(Dark Angel), Nicky Storm(WWE's Nicky Cross), Cheerleader Melissa, Christina Von Eerie, The Alpha Female, Taya Valkyrie, Chelsea Green(From WWE's Tough Enough, TNA's Laurel Van Ness) and more have wrestled in Stardom. A few male names such as Minoru Suzuki, Dr. Wagner Jr, Ultimo Dragon and Kenny Omega have also wrestled in the past on rare occasions.
A breakdown of Stardom's roster:
Queens Quest: The tweener faction in Stardom. They want to push Stardom to be the best.
  • Momo Watanabe - "Stardom's true heart". A fierce fighter with a bright future. She is the current Wonder Of Stardom Champion and Ace of Queens Quest.
  • AZM - Pronounced "Azumi". “The JK Fighter”(High School Fighter) and “Queen’s Quest Bomb Girl”. A young & agile rebel that will stomp you to the ground. The Senpai of Queens Quest.
  • Konami - A student of WWE's Asuka(Kana). A fierce shooter with amazing kicks and submissions.
  • Viper - The Scottish giantess. She is a mighty powerhouse.
  • Bea Priestley - An accomplished wrestler from the UK. She is one half of the 2017 Goddess Of Stardom tag team tournament winners, along Kelly Klein.
  • Chardonnay - A well traveled UK wrestler with multiple Stardom tours under her belt.
  • Utami Hayashishita – “The Big Rookie". A disruptive hot-shot rookie with a very bright future. She’s a power wrestler with a judo background. She’s pushing Stardom’s best to the limit from day one.
Oedo Tai: The rule breaking heels of Stardom.
  • Kagetsu - The leader. The Prime Minister of Stardom. A high flying, powerful rule breaking badass.
  • Natsu Sumire - "The Minister in charge of reversing Japan's declining birthrate". She is beautiful, cowardly, and vain. We can neither confirm nor deny that she will take your stuff. Possession is 9/10ths of the law anyway.
  • Hazuki - "The Assault Commander." Formerly known as HZK and Reo Hazuki. A young & badass rebel that will kick you in the face. Bombs Away!
  • Nao Yamaguchi - She is an Axe-Bomber throwing Gravure idol. Recently regained her human form after spending a few months as a plush toy. She is the manager of the group.
  • "Session Moth" Martina- The party don't start until Martina shows up.
Stars - The babyface stable that sticks together(sort of)
  • Mayu Iwatani - "Sky-Blue Hyper Technician", "The Icon of Stardom", "The Gift". A fierce high flyer that will do anything(within the rules) to win. Master of the Dragon Suplex. The first and so far only World of Stardom and Wonder of Stardom duel champion.
  • Tam Nakano - "The Violet Kung Fu Girl". GM of the Stardom Idols brand. Pop singer, Kung Fu master, licensed fireworks expert, Deathmatch wrestler, die hard fan of Pandas. There are many sides to Tam Nakano.
  • The Starlight Kid - "The Genius Girl". A high flying technician. The only masked wrestler currently in Stardom. Often teams with Shiki Shibusawa as the tag team Shikid. She is the Future Of Stardom champion.
  • Shiki Shibusawa - "The New Heroin". She loves throwing dropkicks and has a never say die attitude. Often teams with Starlight kid as the tag team Shikid.
  • Saki Kashima - A creative and energetic fighter. She is the world's friendliest babyface. Former tag team champion with Mayu Iwatani.
  • Natsumi Apache - She is the latest in the Apache Dynasty from Mexico. A fresh face with a lot of moves up her sleeve. She is the daughter of Mary Apache.
  • Hanan - H-A-N-A-N. She uses Judo to get an advantage her opponents.
  • Arisa Hoshiki- Unlimited Dream Navigator. Possibly the greatest kicker in the history of wrestling. A member of Stardom's debut class. She is returning to the company after a very long hiatus.
Jungle Assault Nation - An exuberant babyface faction.
  • Jungle Kyona - "Jan-Kyo". A high energy dynamo. She has Jungle Power and she will use it to clothesline people's heads off.
  • Natsuko Tora - "The Female Warrior of Joshi." She is a tough enforcer who hates to lose. She walks down her own path.
  • Kaori Yoneyama - "Bringer of Happiness to the Jungle". A joshi legend. Former OZ Academy Tag Team Champion. Former Stardom Tag Team champion. Runs her own shows under the YMZ brand. Often teams with and against rookies. Loves Dragonball and cosplay.
  • Ruaka - "The Future Warrior". She's not a Kappa, she's a monster. But don't let that fool you. She's also powerful.
  • Leo Onosaki - "The Lion Heart". A firey babyface with a lot of energy. She loves hitting cutters.
Free Agent – Not officially affliated with a stable as of the writing of this FAQ
  • Hana Kimura - Former member of Oedo Tai. A Cyber Goth nightmare who's single motivation is destruction.
  • Mary Apache - She's a lucha libre legend out of Mexico. She comes from a legendary family, and she is the current High Speed Champion.
  • Rina- Twin sister of Hina and younger sister of Hanan. The twins are just starting out their full time careers and use Judo and speed just like their old sister. She favors the color pink.
  • Hina - Just like Rina. She favors the color blue.
World Selection - The foreign regulars of Stardom:
  • Jamie Hayter - UK based phenom with hard hitting offense and aspirations to be the best in the world.
  • Toni Storm - The hard hitting rock-n-roll machine that represents Stardom all over the world. All she does is win.
  • Kay Lee Ray - A high flying technician. Arguably the best female technical wrestler in the world.
  • Xia Brookside - A young wrestler out of the UK. She's the daughter of Robbie Brookside, and she has a bright future.
  • Rachael Ellering - Second generation wrestler. An accomplished power lifter. She won a Bronze Medal in the 2014 World Powerlifting Federation championships. Trained by Lance Storm.
  • Many more. Stardom usually has at least two or three gaijins around any point in time.
Sendai Girls: At least once a year for the past few years Stardom and Sendai Girls have cooperated to share talent. You may see some Sendai Girl talent appear on Stardom shows and vice-versa.
  • Meiko Satomura - A joshi legend. The leader of the Sendai Girls company. Usually comes to Stardom to destroy Io, and Mayu.
  • Chihiro Hashimoto - A highly accomplished amateur wrestler turned pro. In her young career she has managed to become two time Sendai Girls champion.
  • Mika Iwata - A protege of Meiko. She is deadly with her kicks.
Marvelous: Another promotion that Stardom has worked with recently.
  • Takumi Iroha - Former member of Stardom. Currently one of the bright stars of Marvelous.
  • Rin Kadokura - Tag team partner of Takumi. Together they are New-Tra.
  • La Rosa Negra - Former Stardom Gaijin, High Speed Champion, and Oedo Tai Member.
GPS-Pro: The former home promotion of Konami. Tam has also worked there. Act Yasukawa currently works there.
Miscellaneous: Other people that you are likely to see around Stardom:
  • Rossy Ogawa - The President of Stardom.
  • Fuka - One of the founders of Stardom and the former General Manager. She also trained rookie wrestlers, and was the ring announcer for many years. She recently retired.
  • P(with his niece, Panko) - Tam's manager and right hand panda.
  • Prince - Konami's mask and friend. Here to make sure that the world gets #KonamiAllBelts and #KonamiAllPoints
  • Yurie Kozakai - Stardom's newest ring announcer and a voice actress.
  • Io Shirai - "The Genius of the Sky". An all-time great legend level wrestler. The founder of Queens Quest.
  • Kairi Hojo- "The Pirate Princess." Known as Kairi Sane in WWE. One of the most decorated champions in Stardom history.
  • Yuzuki Aikawa - The first Wonder of Stardom champion. She retired years ago, but she pops up on occasion as a guest in various Stardom related events.
  • Madusa - Stardom's commissioner. WWE Hall of Famer. She comes to Stardom about once a year to make sure things are operating properly and give some wisdom.
  • Bull Nakano - A joshi legend. She does commentary for the Samurai TV broadcasts and serves as a mentor for the roster.
  • Act Yasukawa - Creator of Oedo Tai. One of the most popular wrestlers in Stardom history. Currently works for GPS-Pro as a ring announcer.
  • Michiko Ohmukai - A legend from Arsion(a late 90's-early 2000's company. A spiritual predecessor to Stardom). Last time we saw her, she was aligned with Oedo Tai.
  • Hiromi Mimura - "The Indomitable Princess". Charisma personified. A short but fierce technician. Shout! She recently retired.
  • Kris Wolf - An American Wolf in Japan. Founding member of Oedo Tai. Recently left Stardom due to visa issues. She is traveling the world and breaking boxes. She loves meat, and you are her prey.
  • Hiroyo Matsumoto - Lady Godzilla. A joshi legend. She works with almost every Women's promotion in Japan and is highly successful.
  • Kyoko Kimura - Hana Kimura's mom, co-founder of Oedo Tai, and Joshi legend. She runs a very popular pink food truck and can often be seen outside of wrestling shows.

What's the deal with the kids?

This is something that western fans might find odd, but it's not that big a deal when you put it into it's proper context. There are no age limits to Wrestling in Japan. They train anyone that seeks training and is capable of doing the work. Which has lead to children as young as 9 or 10 years old to wrestle. It's no different than kids going to martial arts classes in America. Stardom has very experienced trainer who has trained the majority of Stardom's roster. The kids are trained to wrestle in a very safe and basic style. The super young kids only wrestle short exhibition matches until they reach a certain age(12 if I'm not mistaken). And wrestling doesn't interfere with their school.
Overall, it's a fun thing for these kids to do.

Who are the current Stardom Champions?


Are there any annual tournaments or special events?

Yes, a few:
  • Cinderella Tournament - A one night, single elimination tournament held in the spring. The winner gets any match that they want. The last winner was Momo Watanabe.
  • 5 Star Grand Prix - A two bracket, round robin tournament held at the end of Summer. The winner gets a shot the World of Stardom title. The last winner was Mayu Iwatani.
  • Tag Team League - A single bracket, round robin tournament held in the Fall. The winners get a shot at the Tag Team titles. The last winners were Momo Watanabe & Utami Hayashishita.
  • Rookie of Stardom Tournament - A one night tournament for the rookie class. The Winner is declared the Stardom Rookie of the Year. The last winner was Utami Hayashishita.
  • Janken Tournament - Rock, Paper, Scissors and cosplay. For Ogawa's money, or at least some of Ogawa's money. The last winner was Bea Priestley .
  • Masked Fiesta - Every Halloween the Stardom roster are replaced by a strange band of masked wrestlers.

Are there Stardom power rankings?

Not officially. If I had to do a power ranking based on my own personal opinion:
  • S Level - Momo, Kagetsu, Mayu.
  • A Level - Utami, Kyona
  • B Level - Mary, Hazuki, Saki, Tam, Tora, Konami
  • C Level - Kid, AZM, Hana Kimura, Sumire, Shiki, Natsumi
  • D Level - Hanan, Ruaka, Leo,
  • E Level - Hina, Rina
That doesn't cover everyone, but it gives you a general idea.

How can I watch Stardom?

There are one legal option outside of Japan:
Stardom has it's own online streaming service, Stardom World. It costs 750 yen per month(roughly $6.25 ~ $7.50 USD). It's available world wide. For that you get:
  • 1-2 matches per day. The exact release schedule varies based on the actual show schedule. It takes time to edit and translate all the footage, and Stardom is a small company that can't afford a full media department to run the service. Normally everything is up with 5 to 6 days of a show happening.
  • Interviews segments. Right now they have one with Medusa, Taya Valkyrie, Santana Garrett, Chelsea Green, Io Shirai, Kairi Hojo, Mayu Iwatani, and more. These are usually one 10 minute video per week.
  • Back cataloged shows from the early days of Stardom. These are posted when there is a long break in the show schedule. Maybe once or twice a year.
All in all it averages out to 1 or 2 videos a day. The site is in English. All the videos from mid 2016 or later are either naively in English, or they are subtitled. My guess is that they have about 200-250 hours of content up right now.
If you pay for Stardom World on 28th of the month you will be charged again on 1st of the next month. It's not a lot of money, but you should know that ahead of time. This is just a quirk of the way Japanese streaming services work in general.
If you cancel your service will shut down and you won't be able to watch anymore. Make sure that you don't cancel before there is a show that you want to watch. Again, this is just a quirk of Japanese streaming services.
If you live in Japan you also have the option to watch Stardom's major shows on Samurai TV. They usually air a short time after the shows have taken place. Often in an edited, shorten fashion. They also show a lot of replays of older Stardom shows. Check your local listings.

Can I watch Stardom World on (Insert Device name)?

Stardom world works on Windows and Mac PC's, IOs devices, and Android devices. It's also been tested on Xbox One via the Edge browser. Stardom World now uses an HTML5 player, which is pretty nice if you have concerns about Flash. It works on Linux via the Chrome browser and the User-Agent Switcher plug in(set to Internet Explorer).
Other devices such as PS4, Roku, Chrome books, Chromecast, etc. may not work. If that's a deal breaker for you, buy at your own peril.

I'm new to Stardom, where should I start?

Depends on how you want to watch. It's perfectly fine to jump in on the latest show. Stardom is pretty easy to follow, and it shouldn't take more than a show or two to be fully up to speed. If you prefer to start earlier and watch things in order, then I recommend the 2016 Cinderella tournament. You can basically watch everything in order from that point without skipping a beat.
Also, this:

The first ten things to watch on Stardom world

These are not the best or more important matches and show in Stardom per say. These will just serve as a nice introduction to the roster. So you can get a feel for what people are about. In no particular order:
  1. Momo Watanabe(c) Vs Hazuki for the Wonder Of Stardom title - Two of Stardom's best with one of Stardom's biggest prices on the line. These two career rivals have a lot of history and will face other again many times in the future.
  2. Kagetsu(c) Vs Mayu Iwatani for the World Of Stardom title - Two gifted athletes that are willing to go to great extremes to win. One of the biggest wars in Stardom in recent memory.
  3. Utami's Pro-Test - In order to wrestle in Stardom or anywhere in Japan, wrestlers must be especially licensed. This video shows you what it takes to become a professional.
  4. Jungle Kyona Vs Utami Hayashishita - A part of the 5 Star Grand Prix tournament. Although Utami is just starting her career, this is already one of the hottest rivalries in Stardom today.
  5. Mayu Iwatani Vs Jamie Hayter - The Icon Of Stardom Vs a great UK superstar.
  6. Kagetsu Vs Konami - Two highly skilled fighters doing what they do best.
  7. Stars(c) Vs J.A.N. for the Artist Of Stardom titles - Arguably what Stardom does better than any other promotion, multi person matches.
  8. Mayu Iwatani Vs Natsu Sumire - Let's just say Natsu has some very creative tactics sometimes.
  9. Queens Quest Vs Stars - A part of the Goddess Of Stardom tag league tournament. Even Aces shouldn't underestimate their opponents.
  10. Starlight Kid(c) Vs AZM for the Future Of Stardom title - The literal future of Stardom.

How can I find out what's coming up?

For the most part you don't need to know that much. Stardom keeps a schedule of up coming show dates. The cards for most small Stardom shows are thrown together like a real sports league. The promoter booked it, so they must fight. If you absolutely need to know every match that is coming up then keep an eye out for Stardom's English Twitter and Stardom's Japanese Twitter accounts. They announce upcoming matches a few days before the show happens. **Spoiler Warning.** Those accounts live tweet results so you may get spoiled before you get a chance to see the match on Stardom World.
For bigger shows and long term storylines, wrestlers challenge each other on camera. So, if you watch the show you know what are the big matches that are coming up regardless.

I'm a fan either in Japan or traveling to Japan. How do I find out the schedule and/or get tickets?

Stardom keeps a schedule here. You can reserve tickets directly with Stardom at [[email protected]](/) or [[email protected]](/). You can email them in English. You can also contact any wrestler via email to reserve tickets.

I'm a wrestler and I'm interesting in traveling to Japan and working with Stardom. What do I do?

Different avenues to land a spot with Stardom:
Stardom's schedule is already packed. So allow them time to consider you.
Going from experience of watching Stardom for a while I can tell you that you probably need to commit for at least a couple of months if you want a spot.

How can I contact Stardom if I have any questions or problems?

Stardom's official email address is [[email protected]](/) and [[email protected]](/). Allow up to a day for a response due to time zones. If you don't hear back within a few days try again. Sometimes the staff is swamped with other work. For tickets you can email [[email protected]](/) or [[email protected]](/). For general information [[email protected]](/). And for the Japanese fanclub [[email protected]](/).
I'm just a fan, but I'm willing to answer questions whenever possible.
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