Victory by submission, pinfall, or knockout
As Yuki sat on the bench in the locker room, she looked out in thought. Once again she would be facing another debuting lightweight tonight, as had been the case for many of her matches lately. The girl had to wonder why that was. Were they simply playing to her own status as a relative newcomer to LAW? But if that was the case, why wouldn't they start booking her against more established names, as surely she would have proved herself worthy by now? Did they think she wasn't good enough?
Yuki shook her head, silencing these thoughts. No, she told herself, that wouldn't do. She wouldn't let thoughts like these bother her when the action that was really important was what would happen in between the ring ropes. No matter what, it was her duty to give it her all in her matches; she owed that to her opponent and to herself. Any introspection could wait. For now, as she was called over to the ring, it was her time.
"Coming first to the ring, from Yokohama! At 5'4 and weighing 118 lbs., YUKI KAZIKURA!
Hearing a few cheers from those fans that recognized her from previous matches, Yuki proceeded down the ramp, holding her head high as she took in a breath and clenched her fists at her sides. Other wrestlers might have ran, or played to the crowd, or showed off a few moves, but not Yuki. She was conserving all her energy for when she would need it most, and she carefully strode down to the ring to roll inside, getting up in her corner to await her opponent.