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Wrestling Review – June 2024

Wrestling Review - June 2024

Wrestling Review – June 2024

Take a look back at the crucial moments of the last 30 days, at the wrestler and the match of the month with the June 2024 wrestling review.



  • June 1: Becky Lynch is a free agent.
  • June 11: The Wrestling Observer pretends that Hikuleo has already signed a WWE contract.
  • June 15: Chad Gable says that he has signed a new deal with WWE.
    Alba Fyre & Isla Dawn win the WWE Women’s Tag Team titles by defeating Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill and Shayna Baszler & Zoey Stark at WWE Clash at the Castle 2024.
  • June 17: Seth Rollins returns on Monday Night Raw.
    The Wyatt Sick6 are here.
  • June 21: Jacob Fatu makes his WWE debut and joins The Bloodline on Friday Night SmackDown.
  • June 22: Kayla Braxton announces that she will be leaving WWE after eight years in the company.
  • June 24: Finn Bálor & JD McDonagh defeat Awesome Truth to become the new WWE World Tag Team champions on Monday Night Raw.
    WWE announces that they have a deal with the Indiana Sports Cop to organize future editions of Royal Rumble, WrestleMania and SummerSlam in the city of Indianapolis.
  • June 27: Dijak announces that he will be leaving when his contract will expire.


  • June 4: “All Ego” Ethan Page signs his first NXT contract on WWE NXT.
  • June 9: Kelani Jordan wins the inaugural NXT Women’s North American championship at NXT Battleground 2024.


  • June 3: Adam Copeland undergoes surgery for his fractured shinbone.
  • June 10: Dax Harwood announces that he sustains an injury and that FTR will be out of action for some time.
  • June 12: On Dynamite, The Young Bucks announce that AEW Blood & Guts 2024 will take place on Wednesday, July 24th at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • June 30: At Forbidden Door 2024, Jack Perry wins the vacant TNT championship by winning a 6-man Ladder match and Britt Baker makes her AEW return by confronting Mercedes Moné.


  • June 9: El Desperado wins the NJPW Best of Super Jr. 31 by defeating Taiji Ishimori in the final at NJPW Dominion 2024.
    TMDK (Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste) win the IWGP Tag Team titles and the NJPW STRONG Openweight Tag Team titles at Dominion.
  • June 16: At NJPW Soul 2024 in Sapporo, HENARE defeats Shingo Takagi to become the new NJPW NEVER Openweight champion, and El Desperado wins the IWGP Junior Heavyweight championship by defeating SHO in a Steel Cage match.
  • June 30: At Forbidden Door 2024, Tetsuya Naito becomes IWGP World Heavyweight championship again by defeating Jon Moxley and Mercedes Moné wins the NJPW STRONG Women’s championship by defeating Stephanie Vaquer.


  • June 2: Lou D’Angeli, vice president of marketing, leaves TNA Wrestling.
  • June 14: Jeff Hardy makes his TNA return at TNA Against All Odds 2024.



  • June 11: Marigold announces that WWE Superstar IYO SKY will wrestle at the Sumo Hall in Ryogoku on Satruday, July 13th to face Utami Hayashishita.


  • June 13: Drew McIntyre gets introduced into the Scottish Wrestling Hall of Fame.
  • June 25: Sika Anoa’i passes away.


Read also: Results – AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2024


Wrestler & match of the month

Wrestler of the month

Mercedes Moné. “The CEO” keeps on making a big impact since her arrival in AEW. After winning the TBS championship last month at Double Or Nothing, she captured the NJPW STRONG Women’s championship by defeating Stephanie Vaquer at Forbidden Door. She is now a double champion and she is still undefeated since her AEW debut, with four victories out of four matches. It seems like she is the woman to beat right now in AEW, even if she does not hold [yet?] the Women’s World title.

Mercedes Mone on AEW Dynamite 1

Mercedes Moné on June 12, 2024 on AEW Dynamite (AEW)

Match of the month

Kaito Kiyomiya (c) vs. Gabe KiddGHC Heavyweight championship, NOAH Grand Ship in Yokohama 2024 (June 16)

Kaito Kiyomiya and Gabe Kidd had a great match at NOAH Grand Ship in Yokohama, and they proposed something different than what we are used to see in NOAH. Obviously, with Gabe Kidd, you have to expect brutality, and that is exactly what we had; plus, it felt like the GHC Heavyweight champion Kaito Kiyomiya did a great job to adapt to that style of wrestling. An entertaining match and an important victory to consolidate the title reign of Kaito Kiyomiya.

Kaito Kiyomiya vs Gabe Kidd - Pro Wrestling NOAH : Grand Ship 2024 - Match Highlights

Kaito Kiyomiya (c) vs. Gabe Kidd – NOAH Grand Ship in Yokohama 2024 (Pro Wrestling NOAH)

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