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1. Hyper Misao defeated Nodoka-oneesan with the I Am A Hero (5:10).
2. Azusa Takigawa Same Day & Same Place Debut 1 Year Anniversary 3 Way Match: Nonoko defeated Azusa Takigawa and Marika Kobashi when Nonoko pinned Takigawa with the Pai Fly Flow (10:27).
3. Sworn Friend “YukaRika” First Singles Confrontation: Rika Tatsumi defeated Yuka Sakazaki with the Dragon Twist Of Fate (10:53).
4. KANNA Graduation Match: Saki Akai, Ai Shimizu & KANNA defeated Syoko Nakajima, Akane Miura & Maho Kurone when KANNA pinned Kurone with the Spear Of Versailles (12:58).
5. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Yuu defeated Miyu Yamashita (c) by TKO with the Katahajime (14:26).
*Miyu Yamashita fails in V3. Yuu becomes the 2nd TOKYO Princess Of Princess Champion!

We have a new TOKYO Princess Of Princess Champion! After an almost 9 month reign as the first champion, Miyu Yamashita fell to her toughest challenge yet. In fact, the new champion Yuu had her debut match on the same show where Yamashita was crowned the first champion. Yamashita threw everything that she could from the Attitude Adjustment to a Cross Arm German Suplex to the Crash Rabbit Heat. But Yuu caught Yamashita in the Katahajime and squeezed the life out of her, winning the match by TKO. When Yamashita regained consciousness she hadn’t the energy to shake Yuu’s hand so she instead bumped Yuu’s shoulder with her fist in congratulations before being helped out of the ring. When Yuu received the title belt she said she was the absolute champion and now she wants to shine more. Rika Tatsumi entered the ring and congratulated Yuu. But she also threw out a challenge. Tatsumi said she has recently become stronger and a championship to go along with her new success would be cool. Yuu accepted the challenge but warned Tatsumi that Yamashita thought she was invincible. Now look what happened to her.

It is now time for KANNA to say farewell to Tokyo Joshi Pro. She was one of the first trainees for the promotion but decided to call time on her wrestling career to become a rapper. For her final match she was reunited with Saki Akai and Ai Shimizu to reform the posh Biishiki-gun group for one night only. Akai was misinformed and thought KANNA was going off to do musicals in Broadway. She prefers the orchestra to rap. Biishiki-gun won their match when Akai gave Syoko Nakajima a PK from the apron, Shimizu gave Akane Miura a Tornado DDT and KANNA got the pin on Maho Kurone with the Spear Of Versailles. Akai told KANNA after the match she was a rose in full bloom. The rest of the roster gave her bouquets and said their goodbyes. Yamashita said she didn’t want to cry before her match but after spending four years training and wrestling with KANNA she was sad to see her leave. KANNA thanked everyone for supporting her and wished herself luck on travelling down a new road.

While Tatsumi is gaining confidence with her win today, her opponent Yuka Sakazaki was distraught over losing. Sakazaki couldn’t muster up the enthusiasm to speak in the ring, called herself weak and left feeling upset. All she said in a backstage interview is after all her training leading up to today she just feels like a useless child.

Tokyo Joshi Pro will hold their second show in Korakuen Hall on 4th January, 2017! Yuu’s goal is to stay as the champion and sell out the show for her one year anniversary.


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