TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE GIRLS BATTLE 2015 ROUND 8”, 29/08/2015
Tokyo BASEMENT MON☆STAR
150 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Yuka Sakazaki defeated MIZUHO with an Oklahoma Roll (7:19).
2. Miyu Yamashita defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Attitude Adjustment (5:22).
3. Hyper Misao defeated Nonoko by Countout (9:45).
4. Saki Akai & Ai Shimizu defeated Syoko Nakajima & Akane Miura when Akai pinned Nakajima with the Rookie Award (9:44).
Two matches had to be changed when KANNA injured her left orbital bone during the week. She was unable to wrestle but hopes to be back for the 22nd September Shinjuku FACE show. Ai Shimizu took her place in the main event tag match. Rika Tatsumi was taken out of the 3 Way Match and put in Shimizu’s original spot against Miyu Yamashita.
Saki Akai couldn’t believe it when she pinned Syoko Nakajima in the main event. Akai came to the conclusion that Nakajima winning the Tokyo Princess Cup was just a fluke and is nothing to worry about. Akai will instead go visit a farm with the rest of Biishiki-gun and pick up some prunes and blueberries to eat on the way home. Nakajima said she will accept today’s defeat but her winning the tournament was not a fluke! She is sure things will change in one month’s time when she and Akai will fight alone.
Hyper Misao scored an upset victory over Nonoko by tricking her to come out of the ring. She tried the plan twice, the first time Misao tied Nonoko with a piece of cloth to a pedestal but Nonoko freed herself and made it back to the ring in time. The second time worked when Misao pushed Nonoko into the corner ring post, dazing her long enough to get counted out. Misao was thrilled to get her first victory in Tokyo Joshi Pro and promised she will debut a new superhero costume at Shinjuku FACE next month.
A new girl named Azusa will debut at Shinjuku FACE. She is from Tokyo, is 161cm high, weighs 47kg and trained in kickboxing. Her opponent in her debut match is Miyu Yamashita.