Marigold Holds First Show, WWE Star Competes In Main Event

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A WWE star was involved in the first-ever Marigold event.

Back in April, former STARDOM boss Rossy Ogawa announced the launch of Dream Star Fighting Marigold – or Marigold for short.

Fast forward to May 20th, and the new promotion’s debut show was held at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, with several well-known names involved. In the main event, Sareee teamed with Bozilla to defeat Giulia and Utami Hayashishita.

Sareee is a name that will be recognisable to North American fans with the star having a stint with NXT from 2022 to 2023, although the COVID-19 pandemic delayed her debut. Meanwhile, it’s been widely reported that Giulia has already signed with the sports entertainment giant and will be debuting in the coming months.

The star has already appeared on WWE television, being shown in the crowd at Stand & Deliver, while she also attended WrestleMania 40.

It’s been reported that Giulia will make her in-ring WWE debut on July 7th at NXT Heatwave. In the meantime, she’ll continue to compete for Marigold before reporting to the Performance Center.

You can find the results for Marigold Fields Forever below.

  • Nanae Takahashi def Victoria Yuzuki
  • Miku Aono def Nao Ishikawa
  • Mai Sakurai & Zayda Steel vs. Myla Grace & Nagisa Nozaki ended in a time-limit draw
  • Chika Goto & Kouki Amarei def Misa Matsui & Natsumi Showzuki
  • Bozilla & Sareee Giulia & Utami Hayashishita

WWE Has “Working Agreement” With Marigold

In another WWE connection, IYO Sky, Akira Tozawa, and KAIRI Sane sent flowers to Marigold for the debut show, with the promotion sharing the photos on social media.

Although there hasn’t been an official announcement, it’s been reported there’s a “working agreement” in place between Marigold and WWE. The details of the relationship remain unknown, as does the question of other Superstars heading to Japan, but the report insisted that an agreement does exist.

Marigold’s next event, Summer Destiny, will be held at Ryogoku Kokugikan on July 13th.