TOKYO JOSHI PRO “HOP! STEP! YOKOHAMA, JUMP!”, 29/04/2016
Yokohama Radiant Hall
194 Fans – No Vacancy
1. Nodoka-oneesan defeated Azusa Takigawa with a Back Flip (5:46).
2. Hyper Masao defeated Marika Kobashi with a Rope Assisted School Boy (8:20).
3. Yuu defeated Nonoko with the Cross Armbreaker (5:01).
4. Akane Miura defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Lariat (7:22).
5. Syoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki defeated Miyu Yamashita & KANNA when Sakazaki pinned Yamashita with the Osaekomi Backslide (11:15).
The Osaekomi Backslide is quickly becoming an unbeatable finishing move for Yuka Sakazaki. She’s now pinned the Princess Champion with it! Sakazako countered Miyu Yamashita’s German Suplex into a Samson Clutch and then turned that into the Backslide for the win. Sakazaki challenged Yamashita to a title match. Yamashita agreed and the match is set for the next Yokohama show on 28th May.
Yuu’s unbeaten streak has taken it’s biggest victory yet when the rookie submitted Nonoko. Yuu countered the Boinemaker into a Cross Armbreaker for the victory. With a win over a Tokyo Princess Cup winner in the bag Yuu is hoping to fight more of the senior Tokyo Joshi wrestlers.
Before the opening match began Nodoka-oneesan wanted to dance to the song “Ping-Pong Pan Taisou”. Azusa Takigawa said dancing is exhausting so she wouldn’t allow it. She told Nodoka her dancing was why she hadn’t won a match yet. Nodoka proved her wrong and earned her first ever victory when she pinned Takigawa with the Back Flip.