Meiko Satomura, one of the co-founders of SENDAI Girls
Founded in 2005 by Meiko Satomura and Jinsei Shinzaki, SENDAI Girls' Pro Wrestling is a Japanese female wrestling promotion based in the city of Sendai, Miyagi in the Tohoku region.
It is also known by SGPW and Senjo.
Meiko Satomura was a successful female wrestler in the 2000's, wrestling for promotions like GAEA Japan where she was both a two time singles champion and two time tag team champion.
Jinsei Shinzaki, a male pro wrestler is the prsident of Michinoku Pro Wrestling. He wrestled in the US for the WWF and ECW.
At first, Satomura was the only experienced wrestler on the roster, and she served as not only a wrestler, but also the trainer and booker.
SENDAI held it's first show on July 9, 2006 at Sendai's Sun Plaza.
Because of the small roster, the matches consisted of Senjo's first four wrestlers making their debuts in singles matches against four experienced female wrestlers.
And because of the small roster size, most of their shows are SENDAI Girls versus other promotions, which over here would be like WWE and TNA wrestlers facing each other at a show, or WWE and ROH.
According to their website, their roster currently stands at:
The SENDAI Girls website is here:
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