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Terminus (2018)
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Promotional poster featuring EAW Elitists Stephanie Matsuda, Azumi Goto, Zakki, and Sakuya Goto
Theme song(s) “Blues of Shichiten Battou” by The Pinballs
Details
Promotion Elite Answers Wrestling
Brand(s) Empire
Date May 3, 2018
Venue Yokohama Arena
City Yokohama, Japan
Pay-per-view chronology
Grand Rampage (2018) Terminus (2018) Fighting Spirit (2018)
EAW Terminus (2018) chronology
Terminus (2017) Terminus (2018) Terminus (2019)

Terminus (2018) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and EAW Network event promoted by EAW for their Empire brand. The event took place on May 3, 2018 at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan. It was the second event under the Terminus chronology.

The main event of the show was a Four Corners tag team match to crown the first EAW Empire Tag Team Champions, featuring the teams of the Jaded Hearts, the team of Consuela Rose Ava and Andrea Valentine, the Goto Sisters, and the Crowe's Nest.

Storylines

The card will feature seven matches that are resulted from scripted storylines and has results predetermined by EAW on the Empire brand. Storylines were produced on EAW's weekly television show Thursday Night Empire.

At Grand Rampage, Stephanie Matsuda successfully cashed in her Iconic Cup trophy to become the new Women's World Champion. On the April 5 episode of Empire, a coronation ceremony was held for Matsuda, where she would later be interrupted by the members of the Crowe's Nest. April Song claimed Matsuda stole her title opportunity. Matsuda responded by saying Song had lost her chance at Grand Rampage, and that she would be facing the returning Empress of Elite Madison Kaline at Terminus. On the April 12 episode of Empire, Matsuda would make her first defense against Jael Arcana-Rosario.

At Grand Rampage, Chelsea Crowe won the 20-woman Specialist Rampage to become the new Specialists Champion. On the April 5 episode of Empire, Specialist Rampage finalists Revy and Azumi Goto faced each other, with the match ending in a double count-out after Revy sabotaged Goto. On the April 12 episode of Empire, Revy and Goto spoke with general manager Flannery McCoy. Revy demanded a title match against the winner of Chelsea Crowe versus Payton Darkstar. Later that night, Crowe successfully defended the title against Darkstar, and McCoy announced that at Terminus Revy would get her request granted as she will face Crowe in a title match with a stipulation of her choice. On the April 19 episode of Empire, Revy spoke with McCoy once more, and requested for her match against Crowe at Terminus to be a Bullrope match.

On the April 12 episode of Empire, Zakkii addressed the crowd, stating that she would retire from in-ring competition following Pain For Pride. In the middle of her speech, she was interrupted by Stella Starr, a member of REVOLT's Freeweight division. Confused, Zakkii asked who Starr was, to which Starr would reply by saying she'd "know [her]" after she "beats Daisy Thrash". Starr would then be defeated by Thrash, claiming that Zakkii's persence distracted her performance. Later that night, general manager Flannery McCoy announced that Starr would face Zakkii in a singles match at Terminus.

Event

Preliminary matches

TBA

Main event

TBA

Results

No. Results Stipulations
1
Raven Roberts defeated Riley McCray, Daisy Thrash, Layla Lockhart, and Remi Skyfire
5-Woman Elimination match for a unique opportunity
2
Zakkii defeated Stella Starr
Singles match
3
Chelsea Crowe (c) defeated Revy
Texas Bullrope match for the EAW Specialists Championship
4
Sienna Jade (c) defeated Payton Darkstar and Astraea Jordan
Triple Threat match for the REVOLT! Freeweight Championship
5
Stephanie Matsuda (c) defeated Madison Kaline
Singles match for the EAW Women's World Championship
6
Crowes Nest (April Song and Jael Arcana-Rosario) defeated The Goto Sisters (Azumi Goto and Sakuya Goto), Jaded Hearts (Sienna Jade and Kassidy Heart), and Andrea Valentine and Consuela Rose Ava
Four Corners tag team match for the EAW Empire Tag Team Championship
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
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