October 14, 2018

Osaka World Pavilion
275 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Azusa Takigawa & Raku defeated Miu & Hinano when Takigawa pinned Hinano with the Broadcaster (11:15).
2. Yuna Manase defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Kakato Drop (5:53).
3. Priscilla Kelly & Hikari defeated Miyu Yamashita & Maki Ito when Kelly pinned Yamashita with the Osteoporosis (15:10).
4. Yuu defeated Hyper Misao with a Power Slam (7:38).
5. Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Shoko Nakajima defeated Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino & Reika Saiki when Mizuki pinned Aino with the Diving Foot Stomp (13:32).

Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Shoko Nakajima are now extra motivated to perform at DDT “RYOGOKU PETER PAN 2018” next week. They want Tokyo Joshi Pro to grow even more and leaving their mark in Sumo Hall will help them.

Hyper Misao revealed that her match with Yuu was now a Halloween Match. Both Misao and Daisuke Kiso dressed up for it and made fun of Yuu for not knowing about it. Yuu blamed Tetsuya Koda for never telling her. Misao tried to trick Yuu with some trick or treating but Yuu ended up pinning her with a Power Slam.

Priscilla Kelly has moved on from licking Miyu Yamashita’s face to kissing her on the cheek. She ended up luring Yamashita into the corner after the champion hit her with a High Kick. Kelly climbed the turnbuckles, stunned Yamashita with a Headbutt and hit the Osteoporosis for the upset. Yamashita thought she became familiar with Kelly’s shenanigans for tomorrow but today proved her wrong. She said she will go into tomorrow’s TOKYO Princess Title match more calmly because she can’t afford to be impatient against her challenger. Kelly said by pinning the champion today she proved she can do it again tomorrow. She can be stronger than Yamashita as long as she believes it.

Raku is happy to wrestle with Azusa Takigawa a few times before Takigawa graduates from Tokyo Joshi. Takigawa says she gets a warm feeling from working so hard lately.


October 11, 2018

Kitazawa Town Hall
260 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Yuki Kamifuku defeated Raku with the Fame Asser (6:34).
2. Maki Ito defeated Hinano with the Retractable Crab Hold (6:11).
3. Yuu defeated Miu with the Ippon (6:19).
4. Azusa Takigawa Vs Yuna Manase ended in a No Contest (8:38). (Special Referee: Nonoko)
5. Reika Saiki defeated Hikari with the Tower Bridge (8:34).
6. Priscilla Kelly & Shoko Nakajima defeated Miyu Yamashita & Hyper Misao when Kelly pinned Misao with the Osteoporosis (11:43).
7. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles: Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki (c) defeated Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino when Sakazaki pinned Aino with the Magical Magical Girl Splash (14:43).
*V1 for The Magical Sugar Rabbits.

The run of victories the Bakuretsu Sisters have been racking up was brought to an end today by the Magical Sugar Rabbits. Things were going well for the challengers until Yuki Aino’s Side Suplex was countered into a Complete Shot by Yuka Sakazaki. Sakazaki hit a Sliding Lariat and Mizuki followed up with the Diving Foot Stomp. One Magical Magical Girl Splash later and it was a first successful defence for the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions. Sakazaki hugged Nodoka Tenma after the match, finally paying attention to her. Mizuki said the first title defence is always hard. Sakazaki said today is the beginning of a long journey for them but she thinks it’s fun to work hard like this. The Rabbits ended the show by wishing everyone a Happy Halloween.

Hyper Misao was the first person to welcome Priscilla Kelly back to Japan. However she still remembers their match from Korakuen Hall back in August and wants to get revenge for her defeat. Kelly was able to lick both Misao and Miyu Yamashita during the match. She also licked the TOKYO Princess Title belt after the match was over. Yamashita described Kelly’s wrestling rhythm as being different from the other girls, probably because she is a foreign wrestler. Yamashita was distracted by Kelly’s licking antics but she hopes to hit the finishing blow in their title match next week. Kelly doesn’t care that the match is taking place in Yamashita’s hometown. She came here to win her first championship in Japan and they should be already engraving her name in the belt’s title history.

During the week Azusa Takigawa and Yuna Manase participated in a meeting with Sanshiro Takagi to discuss the Forbidden Three rules used by Tokyo Joshi Pro. They agreed that changes needed to be made but went in separate directions with their ideas for solutions. Takigawa wanted there to be 7 less strict rules to be in effect while Manase wanted no rules at all. Takagi decided that the winner of a match between the two would decide whose idea would be chosen. Nonoko was already chosen as the special referee due to her history with both women. Unfortunately she couldn’t handle the task at hand and cried whenever the pressure got too much to handle, preventing her from counting any pins. Soon Takigawa and Manase fought over Nonoko, pulling her in a tug-of-war until Nonoko pulled both of them into a Double Boinmaker. Nonoko began crying again and the match had to be called off. When both girls got back up they wondered if a draw meant there are now 3.5 rules in effect. Tetsuya Koda said that the original three rules are still active for now and they will revisit the problem on 27th October.

Holy crap Yuki Kamifuku won a match! It took 14 months but she finally did it!

Three trainees were delighted to learn that they will get their debut matches this November. Kyou, Yumi and Haruna all found out at the same time as the audience. They each said they were surprised by the news and promised to do their best. There was also an announcement that Mina Shirakawa will become part of the Tokyo Joshi roster in November. She posed in a bikini to celebrate and said that she thinks about pro wrestling every day ever since it came into her life. Her goal is to embody Glamorous Strong Style!

More Youtube Uploads From September

October 11, 2018

Tokyo Korakuen Hall
860 Fans

Hardcore Cage Match: Masashi Takeda Vs Isami Kodaka

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
240 Fans – Super No Vacancy

Shoko Nakajima & Hyper Misao Vs Reika Saiki & Azusa Takigawa

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
148 Fans

Independent World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Keisuke Ishii (c) Vs Yumehito Imanari

Tokyo Best Western Rembrandt Hotel Tokyo Machida
280 Fans – No Vacancy

Daisuke Sasaki, Soma Takao & Mad Paulie Vs Mike Bailey, Ethan Page & Antonio Honda

DDT “DDT LIVE! MAJI MANJI #19”, 02/10/2018
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
129 Fans

HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata defeated Mike Bailey, Antonio Honda & Keisuke Okuda when Hirata pinned Honda with the Miracle One Shot Cradle (13:03).

Shibuya DESEO
130 Fans – Super No Vacancy

Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Yuki Kamifuku


October 3, 2018

Shibuya DESEO
130 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Yuu defeated Azusa Takigawa with the Katahajime (5:39).
2. Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Yuki Kamifuku when Aino pinned Kamifuku with the Side Suplex (8:29).
3. Miyu Yamashita & Yuna Manase defeated Shoko Nakajima & Hyper Misao when Yamashita pinned Misao with the Crash Rabbit Heat (8:20).

The return to Shibuya DESEO brought back memories for some of the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster. It brought back Miyu Yamashita’s old costume, the “Genghis Khan” entrance music and her victory dance. Rika Tatsumi said she had never seen this many people in this venue for their shows before. She was also happy to hear the sound of the train from the nearby station in the dressing room again. Shoko Nakajima wasn’t able to have a rematch of her very first exhibition bout because KANNA is no longer wrestling. She is happy to be against Yamashita instead because she was her second opponent. Yamashita mentioned there are more friends and people here now. She is upset that the venue is going away but she was really happy to do one more show here today.

Azusa Takigawa placed a poster advertising her photo book on a pillar before her match. Daisuke Kiso had to take it down when the match was over.

The first half of the show consisted of musical performances by the different idol teams. The Ito Respect Army went first. They considered singing “Setsunairo” twice because it is the only song they have. Nodoka Tenma was next singing her new entrance theme “Existence”. She was then joined by Yuki Aino to sing Aino’s theme “Burnin’”. They then announced their new tag team name, The Bakuretsu Sisters. Next up was Konkatsu-gun singing several marriage related songs like “Love Wins”, “CAN YOU CELEBRATE?” and “Happy Summer Wedding”. Rika Tatsumi sang her theme “Koi And Revolution” in a white dress while holding pen lights. Lastly, the Up Up Girls (Pro Wrestling) appeared but they weren’t eager to sing “Upper Kick” for the 155th time. They then found out from Tetsuya Koda that the unit will perform a live concert on 31st December! The gig takes place in a venue called Shibuya GARRET which Koda describes as three times the size of DESEO. Not only will there be new songs but Miu, Hinano, Hikari & Raku will all get new ring names and costumes!


October 2, 2018

DDT “DDT LIVE! MAJI MANJI #19”, 02/10/2018
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
129 Fans

0. NO TV Match I – “Mr. No TV” Makoto Oishi Appears In His 5th NO TV Match!: Makoto Oishi defeated Gota Ihashi with a Feather Hold (5:46).
0. NO TV Match II: Mizuki Watase & Jason Kincaid defeated Keisuke Ishii & Yuki Ueno when Watase pinned Ueno with the Back Drop (8:24).
1. DAMNATION Vs ALL OUT!: Akito, Shunma Katsumata & Yuki Iino defeated Soma Takao, Tetsuya Endo & Nobuhiro Shimatani when Iino pinned Shimatani with the Football Spear (10:23).
2. Tokyo Joshi Pro Offer Match: Miyu Yamashita & Shoko Nakajima defeated Mizuki & Azusa Takigawa when Nakajima pinned Takigawa with the Northern Lights Suplex (10:31).
3. Maji Manji Two Serious Big Match: Jun Kasai defeated Masahiro Takanashi with a Cradle (8:26).
4. HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata defeated Mike Bailey, Antonio Honda & Keisuke Okuda when Hirata pinned Honda with the Miracle One Shot Cradle (13:03).
5. Maji Manji Two Serious Big Match: Konosuke Takeshita defeated Ethan Page with the German Suplex (13:48).
6. Danshoku Dieno & Kazusada Higuchi defeated Daisuke Sasaki & Mad Paulie when Dieno pinned Sasaki with the Danshoku Driver (14:12).

Daisuke Sasaki continued his training to resist Danshoku Dieno’s moveset but he doesn’t have enough endurance to make it effective. Instead Sasaki found a cardboard cutout of Dieno and destroyed it with a chair to make Dieno upset. Dieno later wore Sasaki down with the Lip Lock and was able to pin his Sumo Hall opponent with the Danshoku Driver. After the match Makoto Oishi brought in a cardboard frame and Dieno lewdly posed with Sasaki in it. Dieno told Sasaki he will irritate him more until “RYOGOKU PETER PAN 2018”.

Ethan Page’s current unbeaten run is brought to an end by Konosuke Takehsita. At one point the two fought their way up to the commentary table and Takeshita accidentally hit Sanshiro Takagi with a Big Boot. Back in the ring the Big Boot found its proper target and that led to Takeshita hitting the German Suplex to win. Takeshita asked Page for a rematch but this time in Page’s home ring. Page is welcome to the idea and wants it to happen in either Canada or America. Takeshita is now going to focus on his next big match, the one against CIMA.

A fight broke out between HARASHIMA and Keisuke Okuda after Match #4. Moments after Kazuki Hirata won the match, Okuda gave him a High Kick unprovoked. HARASHIMA jumped at Okuda and the two had to be separated. Tetsuya Koda said he was going to strike while the iron is hot and he booked a match between HARASHIMA and Okuda for the 10th October episode of Maji Manji.

Masahiro Takanashi wanted to wrestle a clean match with Jun Kasai. That led to some awkward moments when Kasai attacked him with a chair because to Kasai that is not cheating. Kasai then called out to a fan who regularly attends these shows so he can use their bag as a weapon. However the fan was nowhere to be seen. Takanashi snuck in a Low Blow and then called Sayaka Obihiro in the audience to hand her bag over to him. A miscommunication between them and the bad allowed Kasai to take back control. He missed the Pearl Harbor Splash but countered an Oklahoma Roll to pin Takanashi for the three count.

Azusa Takigawa used her time in her match to promote her photobook “Last News” coming out on 8th October.

Yuki Iino wins his first match as part of ALL OUT, hitting the Football Spear on Nobuhiro Shimatani. Backstage Shunma Katsumata called Iino ALL OUT’s secret weapon. Akito joked that he never knew Iino had such a powerful finisher in him. Iino said he will use this momentum to crush STRONG HEARTS at Sumo Hall.

It’s still unsure what Mizuki Watase & Jason Kincaid will do in the future without RENEGADES but as a team they still work well together.

Gota Ihashi missed a Moonsault. Makoto Oishi did better and hit a Lionsault before submitting Ihashi with a Feather Hold.

There was an Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title change shown during the episode. The champion Akari Suda was attacked and pinned by her fellow SKE48 member Kaori Matsumura. Or at least she was a member of the group before she graduated a few weeks ago.


September 30, 2018

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
240 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Hikari defeated Raku with the Grounded Cobra Twist (5:24).
2. 3 Way Match: Yuu defeated Yuna Manase and Yuki Kamifuku when Yuu submitted Kamifuku with the Katahajime (9:58).
3. Reika Saiki & Azusa Takigawa defeated Shoko Nakajima & Hyper Misao when Takigawa pinned Misao with the Wedding Elbow (14:42).
4. Miyu Yamashita defeated Hinano with the Attitude Adjustment (8:22).
5. Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Maki Ito defeated Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino & Miu when Sakazaki pinned Miu with the Magical Magical Girl Splash (14:21).

Yuka Sakazaki said she is looking forward to defending the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles in two weeks time. She will not lose the titles to anybody be they sisters, family, lesbians or whatever. Yuki Aino knows that it is in the ring where she and Nodoka Tenma can best demonstrate their power together. Their future will be stronger when they challenge for the titles in Kitazawa. Before then is Tokyo Joshi Pro’s return to Shibuya DESEO. Mizuki hopes to sing “Setsunairo” with Maki Ito for the first time in a while there.

Hinano started crying when Miyu Yamashita started kicking her. She wouldn’t stop until Yamashita apologised but it was all a trap for Hinano to attack when her guard was down. Hinano got some more offence in but as soon as Yamashita regained control she would go on to win the match. Backstage, Hinano said she felt the difference in her physical fitness from the last time she wrestled Yamashita. She still feels scared about taking Yamashita’s kicks but she’d rather be scared now rather than later.

Hyper Misao & Shoko Nakajima are campaigning against Azusa Takigawa’s planned graduation from Tokyo Joshi. They even set up a protest before their match that Reika Saiki couldn’t resist to join in. Takigawa got angry when they shouted about her having no boyfriend but they continued to protest while the match went on. Misao apparantly had a change of heart and offered to lose the match to Takigawa’s top rope Wedding Elbow. However Misao broke her promise by kicking out of it. Nakajima, Saiki and Takigawa all joined forces by giving Misao the 619, a Dropkick and then the Wedding Elbow to give Takigawa the victory. Both Takigawa and Misao made up after the match with a fist bump.

Yuki Kamifuku brought along the issue of FRIDAY magazine she recently posed for to proudly show off to her opponents. Yuna Manase insulted Kamifuku by asking if her photos were printed in black and white. Yuu had enough of their fighting and got involved to get the match back in track. They asked her who had the better body but Yuu’s only response was “I don’t know”. She then beat the both of them.

DDT Youtube Match Uploads For September 2018

September 28, 2018

Osaka Suminoe Maiko Hall
306 Fans – Super No Vacancy

Two Big Single Match! ~Kita~: Jun Kasai Vs Yuki Ueno

Nagoya City East Sports Centre
249 Fans – No Vacancy

Do Not Stop The DDT Video Group Camera! 3 Way Match: Super Sasadango Machine Vs Norikazu Fujioka Vs Yumehito Imanari

Shin-Kiba 1st RING
307 Fans – Super No Vacancy

Azusa Takigawa Debut 3rd Anniversary Memorial Match: Miyu Yamashita Vs Azusa Takigawa

DDT “ROAD TO RYOGOKU 2018”, 23/09/2018
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,279 Fans – Super No Vacancy

Special 6-Man Tag Match: Jun Kasai, Sabu (w/ Super Genie) & Kikutaro Vs Konosuke Takeshita, Akito & Shunma Katsumata

DDT “SHINSHU ROASTED PORK 2018”, 24/09/2018
Nagano Art Center Pavilion
222 Fans

Mike Bailey & Ethan Page Vs Mad Paulie & Nobuhiro Shimatani