Masha Slamovich Plans To Return To TJPW 'Sooner Rather Than Later'

Masha Slamovich is looking to get back to Tokyo Joshi Pro.

Masha Slamovich closed 2023 and began 2024 in Japan working for Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling. In her final bout on the tour, she went to a double DQ with Max The Impaler.

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Max and Masha first wrestled in 2020 and have a history of traveling in the same independent circles. Max is currently with NWA, where they are the Unified Television Champion, while Masha is signed to TNA Wrestling.

Speaking to Jeremy Lambert & Joel Pearl on In The Weeds, Masha commented on the match with Max and a potential return to TJPW.

"Max was super fun to work with. We've had a couple of run ins, here and there, throughout the last couple of years. Obviously, this was our first big mainstream match as opposed to...we have horror stories of shows in the middle of nowhere with casket matches and a third person coming over the microphone. We had a good time working together in Japan. The match did end in a no contest. There is room for us to work again, and I do plan to return to Tokyo Joshi sooner rather than later," she said.

Masha is set to team with Killer Kelly to challenge Decay (Havok & Rosemary) at TNA No Surrender.

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Watch the full interview with Masha in the video above.

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