Stardom’s dominant Oedo Tai faction was well-represented in the tournament to crown the first Women of Honor Champion and will be represented extremely well at Best In The World in Baltimore and the following night’s international television tapings in Fairfax, VA! In addition to the leader of Oedo Tai, Kagetsu, her tag team partner, one half of the Goddess of Stardom Champions, second-generation star Hana Kimura returns to Women of Honor competition at Best in the World and will compete the following night in Fairfax!
Hana uses an explosive variety of moves such as the missile dropkick, suplexes, big boots, and standing dropkicks to stun and defeat her opponents. The 20-year old competitor joins Kagetsu, with whom she has set the record for the longest reign in STARDOM history with the Goddess of Stardom Championships, Hana Kimura, and Brandi Rhodes representing Oedo Tai in Women of Honor competition during Best in the World Weekend!
In addition to being one half of the current Goddess of Stardom Champions, Hana has also held Stardom’s six-woman championship, The Artist of Stardom with Kagetsu and her legendary mother and former Women of Honor competitor Kyoko Kimura! Will Kimura compete in singles action or in tag team action with her Oedo Tai members?