AEW is about to present another episode of Collision, and it should be a big episode this week. Only time will tell who wins the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament, but an interesting name is backstage for the show.

According to Sean Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall that Stardom’s Utami Hayashishita is backstage at AEW Collision. This was an unexpected name to see.

AEW and NJPW just put on their Forbidden Door event. No STARDOM talent were there, even thought they could have entered Canada as performers without a visa and worked the show. Now, it seems that Stardom’s Utami Hayashishita is a bit closer to AEW than anyone thought.

An interesting international name is planned for the AEW/ROH tapings tonight.


Fightful Select has confirmed that Stardom’s Utami Hayashishita is in Calgary at the site of AEW Collision, Battle of the Belts and ROH. We’ve learned that she’s scheduled to work a match at the tapings, but haven’t learned which one. With a lot of Collision and Battle of the Belts already announced, it’s likely Ring of Honor.

It was alos noted that Stardom’s Utami Hayashishita, “was at the New Hart Dungeon in Florida training with Natalya, IYO SKY and others this past week. She’s a decorated talent in Stardom. For those unfamiliar with her work, check out her series of matches against Syuri.”

We will have complete coverage of AEW Collision, and Battle of the Belts, right here at Ringsdie News. Only time will tell how it all turns out, but there could be some big events along the way.

For more on this story, and so many more, stay tuned with us here at Ringside News. This should be a big night, and you can leave your comments below!

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