In a surprising turn of events, the parent company of STARDOM, one of the top Joshi promotions in the world, announced the termination of the founder, Rossy Ogawa, on Sunday night. The company, Bushiroad, cited Ogawa’s “poaching” of many STARDOM players and staff as the reason for his contract termination.
The news has left fans and industry insiders shocked and puzzled. The sudden departure of Ogawa raises questions about the future of STARDOM and the impact it will have on the promotion’s wrestlers and staff. While details surrounding the alleged poaching were not disclosed in the official statement, Ogawa himself took to Twitter to express his surprise and concern for the wrestlers.
Despite the controversy, STARDOM and its parent company reaffirmed their commitment to the promotion’s success. The statement emphasized that the players and staff will continue to work hard in delivering excitement to the fans.
Ogawa, a prominent figure in the wrestling industry, founded STARDOM in 2010 and later sold the company to Bushiroad in 2019. His termination signals a significant shift in the promotion’s leadership and strategy. It remains uncertain what Ogawa’s future holds in the wrestling world.
This incident has sparked discussions among fans and wrestling enthusiasts. Many have expressed disbelief and disappointment, while others are curious about the long-term effects this will have on STARDOM. What are your thoughts on this turn of events? Share your views in the comments below.
1. The parent company of STARDOM, Bushiroad, has announced the termination of the founder, Rossy Ogawa, citing his “poaching” of STARDOM players and staff.
2. The departure of Ogawa raises concerns about the future of STARDOM and its impact on wrestlers and staff.
3. Details surrounding the alleged poaching were not disclosed in the official statement.
4. Ogawa himself expressed surprise and concern for the wrestlers on Twitter.
5. However, both STARDOM and Bushiroad have reaffirmed their commitment to the promotion’s success.
– Joshi promotions: Refers to women’s wrestling promotions in Japan.
– Poaching: The act of recruiting or hiring employees or members from another organization without permission or consent.