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 Who is Io Shirai

Masami Odate is a Japanese professional wrestler. She is signed to WWE, where she performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Iyo Sky, where she is the current WWE Women’s Champion in her first reign

Making her debut in March 2007, Shirai spent several years working as a tag team wrestler, teaming with her older sister Mio, with whom she would wrestle for various promotions across Japan and Mexico, winning the TLW World Young Women’s Tag Team Championship in the process. In June 2010, the Shirai sisters came together with fellow freelance wrestler, Kana to form the Triple Tails stable. The group lasted for fifteen months, before Io left an embarked on a singles career with the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion. In April 2013, she won the promotion’s top title, the World Of Stardom Championship.

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Smackdown Results-October 20th,2023
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WWE Women’s Championship
IYO SKY (C) vs. Charlotte Flair

It’s main event time!

Now we head back inside the arena where we hear the familiar sounds of Charlotte Flair’s theme music. “The Queen” makes her epic entrance to the ring for her championship opportunity in our final match of the evening here on this week’s show.

The women’s wrestling legend settles in the ring and her theme music dies down. Now the entrance tune for the reigning and defending WWE Women’s Champion hits and out accompanied by Bayley and Dakota Kai of Damage CTRL, is Iyo Sky.

“The Genius of the Sky” settles in the ring and the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running. Charlotte gets the early offensive jump on the champ, who retreats to the floor alongside Bayley and Kai as we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as this women’s title contest continues.

When we return, we see some more back-and-forth action until the fight spills out to the floor where Charlotte slams IYO face-first on the hard part of the ring apron. On that note, we head into another mid-match commercial break as the main event of the evening continues.

This time when we return the action plays out until the finish. Charlotte has IYO dead to rights and goes for the cover, but Bayley puts IYO’s foot on the ropes. Charlotte goes out and launches Bayley over the commentary desk. She heads back in the ring as Dakota hops on the ring apron and distracts the ref.

Charlotte goes to spear IYO but we see that IYO was holding the title, so Charlotte speared it. IYO goes for the cover and wins. After the match, Damage CTRL beats down Charlotte until Bianca Belair runs out and makes the save. Belair and Flair stand tall as this week’s show goes off the air on that note. Thanks for joining us!

Winner and STILL WWE Women’s Champion: IYO SKY

Smackdown Results-August 18th,2023
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IYO SKY & Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair & Bianca Belair

Once the emotional Edge video package wraps up, we return inside the arena where Damage CTRL’s theme hits. Out comes Bayley and Dakoa Kai. They tell us that they’re gonna grace us with the presence of a champion and then introduce “The Genius of the Sky,” reigning WWE Women’s Champion IYO SKY.

IYO SKY and Bayley make their way down to the ring for scheduled women’s tag-team action. On that note, we shift gears and head into a quick pre-match commercial break.

When we return from the break, we see video footage showing how Bianca Belair beat Asuka for the title only to lose it to IYO SKY after she cashed in her Money In The Bank briefcase. We return live and out comes “The EST of WWE.” She settles in the ring and then Charlotte Flair comes out and joins her.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this women’s tag bout. Kicking things off for their respective teams are Belair and Bayley. Belair takes it to Bayley early on and then tags in Charlotte Flair. “The Queen” enters the ring and picks up where “The EST of WWE” left off, taking it to the Damage CTRL leader as the fans in Toronto cheer her on.

Flair beats Bayley down and then knocks her out to the floor at ringside. IYO SKY comes out to join her but the two are both taken out by a flipping splash from “The Queen.” As Charlotte Flair soaks up the adulation from the crowd after the impressive high spot, we head into a mid-match commercial break as the bout continues.

When we return from the break, we see a shift in momentum has taken place during the commercials, as Charlotte is now being beaten down by Bayley and IYO SKY. Belair finally gets the hot tag and starts taking out both Damage CTRL members by herself. They start double-teaming Belair and working on her knee.

Charlotte tags back in. She ends up getting knocked out to the floor where she immediately clutches at her ankle. Belair ends up tagging in again and hitting the K.O.D. for the win. Good match.

Winners: Charlotte Flair & Bianca Belair

WWE Smackdown Results- August 11th 2023
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Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka

From there, we shoot inside the Scotiabank Saddledome as the “Who’s better than me? I don’t see nobody!” theme plays. Kevin Patrick welcomes us to the show and is joined by Corey Graves to hype the “Hail to the Chief” segment with Roman Reigns for tonight.

Charlotte Flair’s theme then hits and out comes “The Queen” in her ring gear. It’s time for our first match of the evening. As she settles into the ring, we shoot to the commentary position where Patrick and Graves welcome Michael Cole to the three-man team for tonight’s show.

After that, they send us to a video package recapping the Asuka vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair triple-threat match at Saturday’s SummerSlam premium live event, which ended with Iyo Sky cashing in her Money In The Bank briefcase to walk away with the WWE Women’s Championship.

The lengthy video package wraps up and then Asuka’s theme hits. Out comes “The Empress of Tomorrow” for our opening contest here on SmackDown. She wears his wild mask as she heads to the ring. She settles inside the squared circle and is ready for singles action.

Now the bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. We hear the crowd doing the “WOOO’s!” in the background as these two circle each other. Charotte isolates the arm of Asuka while they are standing and controls it for several moments. Asuka frees herself and starts blasting “The Queen” with stiff forearms.

Charlotte ends up running over Asuka off the ropes with a big shoulder tackle. She picks Asuka up and sends her into the ropes. She leap frogs her but then Asuka lands a drop kick coming off the ropes on the other side of the ring. Asuka blasts Charlotte with repeated kicks as she tries to get up.

Flair fights back and gets Asuka on the mat. She tries isolating the leg but Asuka frees herself. Charlotte heads to the top-rope but Asuka pops up and stops her. She brings her down the hard way and goes for the cover, but only gets two. She sticks her green tongue out at the camera while wearing a sadistic smile on her face.

On that note, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues with “The Empress of Tomorrow” in the offensive driver’s seat.

When we return from the break, we see Charlotte Flair fighting back and taking over on offense. She leaps up to her feet and blasts Asuka with a spear. After that she gets up and is ready to finish Asuka off, but is distracted by Damage CTRL making their way out.

As Iyo Sky, Bayley and Dakota Kai make their way down to the ring, we see Asuka capitalize on the momentary lapse in focus by Charlotte, as she is now controlling the action in the ring. Bayley hops on the ring apron. Charlotte goes after her but turns around into double knees from Asuka. Iyo Sky leaps off the ropes and drop kicks them both for the double disqualification.

After the match, Damage CTRL continues to beat down Asuka and Charlotte Flair. They walk off and Dakota Kai gets on the mic and announces Iyo Sky as the new WWE Women’s Champion to the crowd for some cheap heat.

Winner: Double Disqualification

Summerslam 2023 Results
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WWE Women’s Championship
Asuka (C) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair

We see silly “comedy relief” with Alpha Academy and The Miz in a sponsored Mike’s Hard Lemonade ad segment. After it wraps up, the video package for our next match airs.

With that said, we see the events that led to tonight’s triple-threat showdown for the WWE Women’s Championship between Asuka, Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair.

The video package wraps up and then we are treated to the iconic ring entrance of Charlotte Flair. “The Queen” settles in the ring to a big pop and her music dies down.

Asuka’s tune hits and out comes the reigning and defending WWE Women’s Champion to the ring. “The Empress of Tomorrow” settles inside the squared circle and her music dies down.

Finally, Bianca Belair’s theme hits and out she comes to a big crowd reaction. “The EST of WWE” swings her ponytail and settles in the ring. Her music fades off.

Now the ring announcer handles the drawn out, formal pre-match ring introductions for the champion and the two challengers. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

Charlotte takes it to Asuka straight out of the gate. With Asuka out on the floor, Belair and Charlotte smile at each other and then begin getting after it. Charlotte gets knocked out of the ring and then Asuka goes to work on Belair.

All three end up trading big shots and then high spots until Belair gets a turn in the dominant offensive driver’s seat. Asuka takes out Belair and then locks Charlotte in a choke, which “The EST of WWE” breaks up just in time.

Belair clutches at her knee after breaking up the pin. She limps up to the top rope where Asuka knocks her out to the floor. Charlotte knocks Asuka out and then goes for a huge top-rope moonsault to the floor on Belair.

Asuka kicks Charlotte as soon as she lands and then brings her in the ring where she hits a big top rope spot and a DDT for a close near fall, which Belair again breaks up. Belair hoists Asuka up for the K.O.D. but Asuka gets her legs in the ropes to free herself.

Charlotte ends up blasting Asuka with a big boot to knock her out to the floor. Belair then hoists Charlotte up for the K.O.D. Charlotte lands on her feet but then Belair throws her overhead with a huge German suplex, Asuka knocks Belair out to the floor and tries stealing the pin, but only gets two.

“The Empress of Tomorrow” locks “The Queen” in an armbar and transitions to a triangle choke, with Belair still on the floor. Charlotte muscles Asuka up and tries power bombing her way out of it, but she slips. Belair comes in and hits a sit-down power bomb on Charlotte, but Asuka snatches her up in a rear naked choke. Charlotte breaks it up.

“The Queen” hits a top-rope moonsault on Belair and Asuka and tries covering them both, only to get a count of two. Belair crashes and burns on the floor trying a move and again clutches her knee immediately. Charlotte and Asuka fight in the ring as Belair is checked at ringside.

Charlotte gets Asuka in the figure eight. Belair limps up to the top and hits a wild 450 splash onto Charlotte to break it up. She goes for the cover but only gets a two. We see Asuka mist Charlotte while she’s got Belair in the figure four. Belair then grabs Asuka and rolls her up for the win still in the hold. We have a new champion.

Winner and NEW WWE Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair

WWE Women’s Championship
Bianca Belair (C) vs. Iyo Sky

After the match, we see Bianca Belair celebrating with the title when out of nowhere the theme for Iyo Sky hits. Out comes “Ms. Money In The Bank” with fellow Damage CTRL member Bayley.

Bayley has the briefcase and she’s hitting everyone in sight on the way to the ring. She runs into a big shot from Belair. Sky picks up the briefcase and chop blocks Belair’s injured leg with it.

She cashes in the briefcase and the bell rings. Sky heads to the top-rope and connects with her moonsault finisher for the pin fall victory. We have another new WWE Women’s Champion! Damage CTRL celebrates in the ring afterwards.

Winner and NEW WWE Women’s Champion: Iyo Sky

WWE SmackDown Results – August 4, 2023
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“The Grayson Waller Effect” With Bayley & Iyo Sky

We see a lengthy Asuka vignette which shows her training in the gym and touting having a plan that will ensure she walks out of SummerSlam with the title. After that, we see the ring being set up for The Grayson Waller Effect.

On that note, we head to another commercial break. When we return, Cole and Barrett announce Kid Rock as the host and narrator of the cold open video for WWE SummerSlam.

The theme for Grayson Waller hits. Stops. The drumroll plays and it hits again (such a cool intro) and finally out comes Grayson Waller for this week’s installment of “The Grayson Waller Effect.” He introduces his guests at this time, Bayley and Iyo Sky.

This brings out the two, with the latter bringing her Money In The Bank briefcase with her. Waller says “Ding, dong, Hello!” to mock Bayley’s old talk show segment. We then have him taunt Bayley with sadistic laughs of Shotzi playing. He mocks her for being scared.

Bayley yells at him to never do that again. The theme for Shotzi hits and out comes the tank. We think it’s Shotzi but she appears in the ring with her new bald head and pulls out a pair of clippers. Bayley runs off. We shoot back to the tank and we see it was Zelina Vega.

Zelina Vega vs. Iyo Sky

Zelina Vega’s theme hits and she poses on the tank as Michael Cole plugs she versus Iyo Sky in one-on-one women’s action when we return. On that note, we head to another commercial break.

When we return from the break, we hear Cole and Barrett plugging Jey Uso vs. Solo Sikoa for later tonight while Zelina Vega and Iyo Sky is already in progress in the ring. It started during the commercials.

We see Iyo dominating the action early on. After a minute or so, we see Bayley and Shotzi come out of the entrance way fighting. Shotzi knocks her down and pulls out the clippers again. Bayley flees once again. The distraction allows Zelina to hit her finisher for the win.

Winner: Zelina Vega

NXT Results-March 10th,2021
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Match Number One:  Io Shirai versus Toni Storm for the NXT Women’s Championship

They lock up and Io with a clean break.  They lock up again and Toni backs Io into the ropes and Toni slaps Io.  Io with a double leg take down and punches.  Toni with punches as she gains the top position.  Toni with a kick to the head.  Toni with a running hip into the corner and Io goes to the floor.  Toni goes for a dive to the floor and Io with a forearm followed by a slingshot stomp. Io with kicks to Toni.  Io with forearms and chops.  Toni misses a boot and Io with a forearm.  Toni misses another kick and Io with a rollup.  Io with a drop kick.  Io kicks Toni in the corner.  Io with an octopus.with her elbow in the ribs.  Io with a kick and chop.  Toni with an Irish whip but Io sends Toni to the floor.

Toni pulls Io off the ropes on a springboard move.  Toni sends Io into the ring steps.  Toni chops Io and connects with forearms to the back.  Toni gets a near fall.  Toni with a biel using the hair.  Toni kicks Io in the corner.  Toni with a snap mare and she gets a near fall.  Toni with a neck vice on Io.  Toni with a suplex for a near fall.  Io with shoulder tackles followed by a flapjack and Tiger Feint kick.  Io with a springboard drop kic for a near fall.  Io with a waist lock and Toni with a standing switch and Io with a rollup into a double stomp.  Io goes up top and Toni with a head butt to stop Io.  Toni sets for a superplex and hits it.  

Toni with a running clothesline and a German suplex for a near fall.  Io and Toni with forearms and Io with a matrix but Toni with an elbow drop.  Toni with a sliding clothesline against the ropes.  Io with a back drop onto the apron and then Io goes to the turnbuckles for a moonsault onto Toni on the floor.  Io sends Toni back into the ring and she stops Io on a moonsault attempt and Toni with a sit out power bomb for a near fall.  Io escapes Storm Zero and hits a few palm strikes.  Io with a crossface and Toni gets to the ropes to force the break.  Io with a running double knee strike in the corner and Io walks over Toni and goes up top for the moonsault but Toni moves.  Toni with Storm Zero for a near fall.  

Toni goes up top and misses a diving head butt.  Io with a crossface and Toni taps out.

Winner:  Io Shirai (retains championship)

NXT Results-January 27th,2021
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– We go back to the ring and out comes Toni Storm. Storm takes the mic and talks about how she takes something when she wants it. She goes on about winning the NXT UK Women’s Title from Rhea Ripley, and winning the Mae Young Classic by defeating NXT Women’s Champion Io Shirai. Storm wanted to win the first-ever Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic but Shirai took that from her, so now Storm wants to hurt Shirai and take the title from her. She goes on but the music interrupts and out comes Shirai to a pop. Shirai takes the mic and stares Storm down. Shirai is ready to take Storm anywhere. Shirai says she doesn’t like Storm. A brawl breaks out between the two. Shirai ends up dropkicking Storm and sending her to the floor. Shirai stands tall until Mercedes Martinez attacks from behind.

Fans boo as Martinez drives Shirai into the mat. Martinez picks up the title belt and looks at it. Storm comes back in and snatches the title. They argue over it until Shirai hits a missile dropkick from the top to send Storm out. Shirai uppercuts Martinez into the corner and then charges in with a big shot. Shirai goes to the top for a moonsault but Storm attacks from the apron. Martinez tries to attack but Storm sends her out. Storm with three big running back splashes to Shirai while she’s down in the corner as the boos continue. Storm picks the title up and looks at it while Shirai is laid out in the corner and Martinez is down on the outside. Storm raises the title in the air as her music starts up.

NXT Takeover 31 Results-October 4th,2020
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NXT Women’s Title Match: Candice LeRae vs. Io Shirai

We go back to the ring and out first comes Candice LeRae. NXT Women’s Champion Io Shirai is out next. Taylor does formal ring introductions.

The bell rings and they face off. Shirai shoves LeRae after some trash talking. They go at it and run the ropes. Shirai shows LeRae up and hip tosses her, then dropkicks her on the mat. LeRae rolls to the floor to regroup and she’s angry as fans boo. The referee counts and LeRae runs back in. They go at it again and tangle in the middle of the ropes. LeRae side-steps and goes for a monkey flip from the corner but Shirai lands on her feet. Shirai looks to follow up with a boot in the corner but LeRae quickly rolls to the floor to avoid it.

LeRae comes back to the apron but Shirai grabs her and thrusts to the gut. Shirai tries to hit the sunset bomb to the floor but LeRae holds on. LeRae ends up springboarding from the bottom rope, sending Shirai into the barrier. LeRae brings Shirai back to the apron but gets kicked in the face. Shirai with a big moonsault from the middle rope to the floor. Shirai brings it back in for a 2 count. Shirai kicks LeRae around now. Shirai with strikes in the corner as the referee warns her. Shirai with more offense in the corner, driving the knees into LeRae. Shirai with another 2 count.

Shirai continues to dominate until LeRae hits a big Backstabber out of the corner from the middle turnbuckle. Shirai kicks out at 2. LeRae grounds Shirai with a chinlock now. LeRae fights off Shirai and they tangle some more. LeRae levels Shirai with a lariat for a 2 count in the middle of the ring. LeRae grinds Shirai across the middle rope. LeRae laughs at Shirai before going back to work. LeRae with a Blockbuster for another close 2 count. Shirai is still holding her nose from having it ran across the rope earlier. LeRae smirks and grounds Shirai in the middle of the ring again. The crowd continues to rally for the champ but LeRae slams her back down by her hair for another 2 count.

LeRae kicks Shirai while she’s down. LeRae with a backbreaker in the middle of the ring. Shirai kicks out at 2. LeRae rams Shirai into the turnbuckles and then wastes some time showing off. LeRae with a running uppercut into the corner. LeRae taunts Shirai against the ropes now. LeRae drops Shirai and keeps pounding on her as fans rally. LeRae beats Shirai into one corner and then slams her face-first into turnbuckles in another corner as the referee warns her. LeRae stomps away on Shirai, putting her back down in a corner. LeRae taunts Shirai and shoves her face while she’s down. LeRae tosses Shirai across the ring a few times. Shirai keeps control and delivers a suplex from the corner for another close pin attempt. LeRae goes right into another pin attempt and now she looks frustrated.

LeRae continues to dominate, grounding Shirai in the middle of the ring. Shirai mounts some offense for her comeback now. Shirai with a double stomp out of a pin attempt. The referee counts while they’re both down and the crowd rallies. They get up and Shirai knocks her down with shoulder tackles. Shirai with a Flapjack in the middle of the ring. Shirai hits 619 while LeRae is dazed on her feet.

Shirai springboards in from the apron, nailing the missile dropkick. LeRae kicks out at 2. Shirai looks to finish LeRae off but she blocks it and drops Shirai on her face. LeRae with a senton to the lower back. A springboard moonsault turn it around but doesn’t hit all the way. Shirai with a double underhook into a backbreaker. Shirai goes to the corner but gets slammed to the mat. Shirai comes with a Meteora in the corner. LeRae counters a move and rolls Shirai for 2. Shirai comes back with an open palm thrust. Shirai with a German suplex. LeRae comes back with a snap German of her own. LeRae with a Backstabber in the middle of the ring. LeRae with a second rope moonsault for a close 2 count and LeRae can’t believe it.

LeRae smacks Shirai around and taunts her. Shirai takes a shot and pulls LeRae down into the Crossface in the middle of the ring. LeRae struggles and screams out. LeRae turns it into a 2 count as Shirai kicks out. LeRae with a submission now. Shirai tries to make it to the bottom rope but LeRae avoids it and keeps it locked. Shirai finally grabs the bottom rope for a pop. Shirai looks to deck Shirai but accidentally hits the referee with an elbow. She sees an opportunity and goes for Shirai but Shirai counters and lands the Air Raid Crash. Shirai goes to the top for the moonsault but LeRae gets her knees up. Shirai lands on the knees and gets knocked into the referee. The referee has been hit twice now and ends up on the floor, possibly taken out for good. LeRae ends up hitting the Wicked Stepsister. LeRae covers but there is no referee. Johnny Gargano runs down wearing a referee t-shirt as fans boo.

Gargano counts the pin but Shirai kicks out. LeRae and Gargano aren’t happy. Gargano goes to ringside and grabs the title belt, saying it belongs to his wife. He returns to the ring with the belt but the original referee has recovered, but is hurting. He argues with Gargano for the title and it gets dropped. The two referees argue about who needs to leave now. LeRae picks the title up and nails Shirai in the face with it. Gargano stops arguing and exits the ring. The referee turns around to count LeRae’s pin attempt but Shirai kicks out at 2.

The Garganos are furious now. LeRae goes to the top but Shirai rocks her in the jaw with an open palm strike. Shirai climbs up and hits the super Spanish Fly on LeRae. Shirai leaps back to the top and hits her big moonsault for the pin to retain.

Winner: Io Shirai

– After the match, the music hits as Shirai recovers. We go to replays. Shirai raises the title in the middle of the ring now. NXT UK Superstar Toni Storm suddenly appears on the big screen and congratulates Shirai. Storm also wants to make sure Shirai and everyone else has their head on a swivel because as of right now, Storm is back in NXT. She promises to turn NXT upside down and inside out, and reminds everyone that NXT has, and always will be, Toni Time. She will see us soon. Shirai nods her head and gives a thumbs up to end the segment.

We see the mystery figure arrive to the building on a motorcycle, with the same interface we’ve seen over the past few weeks in the teaser promos. Shirai is shown watching in the ring. The mystery person enters the arena and stands on the stage as the lights come up. They remove their helmet and it’s Ember Moon, making her return to TV. She stares back at the ring and acknowledges the crowd as Shirai looks on to end the segment.

NXT July 1st PreviewIo Shirai vs Sasha Banks
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NXT Women’s Champion Io Shirai has declared that NXT is hers now, and one former stalwart of the black-and-gold brand is out to prove otherwise. Shirai will face Sasha Banks in a non-title match on Wednesday night at The Great American Bash.

Banks and Bayley — two former NXT Women’s Champions in their own right — returned to the black-and-gold brand two weeks ago, successfully defending the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles against Tegan Nox & Shotzi Blackheart.

Shirai offered anything but a warm welcome, clearing the ring of Banks and Bayley with blistering offense.

Banks fired back on Twitter, insisting there would be no NXT for Shirai to lay claim to without “The Golden Role Models.” The Legit Boss challenged Shirai to a one-on-one bout, though it’s clear she doesn’t plan on coming alone, as SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley will be by her side.


The Genius of the Sky responded, sounding more than happy to oblige, and NXT General Manager William Regal made things official. 

Io Shirai strikes GOLD!
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