TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE GIRLS BATTLE 2015 ROUND 2”, 08/02/2015
Tokyo BASEMENT MON☆STAR
130 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Ai Shimizu defeated Yuka Sakazaki by KO with after a Rolling Leg Hook Cradle (9:06).
2. Shoko Nakajima defeated Erin with a Crosscut Cradle (6:55).
3. Nonoko & Akane Miura defeated Miyu Yamashita & KANNA when Nonoko pinned KANNA with the Pie Fly Flow (9:31).
Bust Deluxe continue to be the dominant force in Tokyo Joshi Pro by defeating Miyu Yamashita & KANNA. After the match Yamashita admitted she has been frustrated from constantly failing to beat Nonoko ever since their first match together one year ago. However she is determined to be the ace of Tokyo Joshi and begged Nonoko for a single match at Shinjuku FACE on 28th February. Nonoko was touched by Yamashita’s speech but criticised her for thinking she can become the ace just by wanting it. She accepted the challenge and hopes both of them will bring out their best.
Some more announcements were made for “SHINJUKU DASH”. Trainees MIZUHO and Misao will team together for their debut match. Ai Shimizu will take on Saki Akai. Finally Ririko Kendo’s return match has been postponed. Kendo has not yet fully recovered from her injury and while she has returned to training it was decided she was not yet ready to wrestle again.
Shoko Nakajima said she was on a diet for the last month but it was putting her in a bad mood. So even though she won her match today she still wasn’t happy. She and Yuka Sakazaki began to argue and Nakajima suddenly declared that the Fighting Comedians are breaking up! They then challenged each other to a match at “SHINJUKU DASH”. Sakazaki said she has a secret weapon and it is Ririko Kendo. However Kendo already said she can’t wrestle at the show.
The KO result from the opener is not nearly as violent as it sounds. Shimizu gave Sakazaki a Giant Swing then Sakazaki gave Shimizu a Rolling Leg Hook Cradle. Both girls were so dizzy they were given a ten count to stand up. Shimizu barely made it back to her feet but Sakazaki couldn’t so the match was awarded to Shimizu.