TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP” Results

July 31, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AMEBA PRESENTS 8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 31/07/2021
Shinjuku FACE
226 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Mirai Maiumi, Pom Harajuku & Kaya Toribami defeated Yuki Kamifuku, Mahiro Kiryu & Moka Miyamoto when Harajuku pinned Miyamoto with the Pom Do Justice (9:19).
2. 3 Way Match: Hyper Misao defeated Nodoka Tenma and Haruna Neko when Misao pinned Neko with the Hypami Returns (8:22).
3. Hikari Noa, Raku & Yuki Arai defeated Nao Kakuta, Marika Kobashi & Arisu Endo when Noa pinned Endo with the Blizzard Suplex (11:11).
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Maki Itoh defeated Suzume with the Itoh Punish (11:32).
5. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Miu Watanabe defeated Yuki Aino with the Tear Drop (12:15).
6. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Shoko Nakajima defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Tear Drop (13:21).
7. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Mizuki defeated Miyu Yamashita with the Cutie Special (14:31).

The Tokyo Princess Cup Three-peat is still on for Mizuki after she eliminates the biggest threat in the tournament. Miyu Yamashita is out in the Quarter Finals! A big moment came when Yamashita attempted to do an Avalanche Attitude Adjustment but Mizuki left her hanging upside down and hit a Diving Foot Stomp through her. Another big Diving Foot Stomp to the outside put Yamashita in danger but she used her kicks to get out of a defensive state. Mizuki prevented the Crash Rabbit Heat from happening by clinging onto Yamashita’s leg before she could run. Yamashita pulled off a normal Attitude Adjustment but Mizuki kicked out at two. She then dodged the Skull Kick, used a Jackknife Pin for a nearfall and immediately hit a Double Stomp out of it. Mizuki hit the Cutie Special but couldn’t pull off a bridge for the pin. She had to do one more Diving Foot Stomp before doing another Cutie Special to win the match.

Mizuki pulled Yamashita into the centre of the ring so she wouldn’t leave at the end of the show. Mizuki told the fans she defeated a monster today. She used to be jealous of Yamashita for having abilities that she does not have. But then Mizuki figured out that she has abilities that Yamashita doesn’t have too. Mizuki thanked Yamashita for the match and promised to win the Princess Cup for her. She also gave a shoutout to Yuka Sakazaki who has returned from her American excursion but is currently at home in quarantine. Together Mizuki and Yamashita ended the show by shouting “Happy Happy!” Backstage Yamashita said that Mizuki is also a monster in the ring just like her. She is frustrated to get eliminated from the tournament yet again but she will continue to enter the Princess Cup for as long as she is in Tokyo Joshi Pro. She is already looking forward to the 9th one.

There are two things you can count on in the Princess Cup. Yamashita eventually loses and Shoko Nakajima always does great. For the 6th time in 8 tournaments Nakajima reaches the Semi Finals! She defeated Rika Tatsumi by breaking out of the White Dragon Sleeper and hitting the Northern Lights Suplex. She then followed up with a Double Arm DDT and got the three count with the Diving Senton. Nakajima knew that Tatsumi was fighting for something so she counted on one opportunity opening itself up for her to win today. Tatsumi said Nakajima is too big of a kaiju for her to beat. She may look small but she is bigger than Mt. Fuji, the Tokyo Tower and the Sky Tree. She is the size of Mount Everest!

Only one fresh face made it to the Semi Finals this year and it is Miu Watanabe. She showed Yuki Aino just how powerful she is with a very Giant Swing. Later she powered out of the UBV and knocked her down with a big Shoulder Block. A Laserbeam punch was used to set up the Tear Drop and Watanabe punched her ticket to the final four. Watanabe said her matches with Aino are always important and pointed to their Princess Tag Team Titles match last November as an example. She promised to do her best with the Giant Swing as she approaches the final rounds.

Maki Itoh reaches the Semi Final for the second year in a row. She had to go through a scrap to get there though. Suzume ambushed Itoh with a Dropkick from behind during her entrance and they fought around ringside. Back in the ring, Suzume caught Itoh’s Diving Headbutt with the Ring A Bell. Suzume went for her finisher again later but Itoh blocked it and put her in the Itoh Punish for the submission win. Itoh pointed to the scratch under her left eye with one hand while sticking up her middle finger on the other to celebrate her win. You’d think Itoh would be furious at Suzume for damaging the cutest face in the world but that’s not the case. Instead Itoh thinks it is amazing because she doesn’t feel any pain from it at all! It shows she is getting better and she will continue to get better every day.

There was a disappointed response to this year’s Olympic Games opening ceremony. So Hyper Misao, Nodoka Tenma and Haruna Neko held their own as part of their 3 Way Match. Perfume wasn’t in this one either so the girls had to perform in their place.

At the start of the show it was announced that Yuki Arai will have her first main event match on 7th August. The show is happening in Nagoya, the home of SKE48. Arai will team with Yamashita against Yuki Aino & Moka Miyamoto. SKE48 member Shiori Aoki will be in attendance too.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP” Results

July 24, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AMEBA PRESENTS 8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 24/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
142 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Hikari Noa, Raku, Pom Harajuku & Suzume defeated Maki Itoh, Marika Kobashi, Mahiro Kiryu & Kaya Toribami when Raku pinned Toribami with the Doctor Yellow (13:37).
2. 3 Way Match: Hyper Misao defeated Nao Kakuta and Arisu Endo when Misao pinned Endo with a Modified Crucifix Pin (8:14).
3. Shoko Nakajima, Nodoka Tenma & Moka Miyamoto defeated Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe & Yuki Arai when Miyamoto submitted Arai with the Rashomon (15:12).
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2: Yuki Aino defeated Haruna Neko with the Venus DDT (7:22).
5. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2: Mizuki defeated Mirai Maiumi with the Cutie Special (12:45).
6. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2: Miyu Yamashita defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Skull Kick (11:35).

Round 2 of the Tokyo Princess Cup began with three matches today, filling up one half of the Quarter Finals. Miyu Yamashita continues her perilous journey through the tournament, advancing past Yuki Kamifuku. Yamashita was honest after the match and admitted to being a little scared because Kamifuku was stronger than she expected. Kamifuku said backstage this was her first singles match with Yamashita in four years and that was only her third ever wrestling bout back then. She was hoping that Nao Kakuta would beat her in Round 1. She would always watch Yamashita matches before but after today she is reminded to respect her seniors. So from now on Kamifuku promises to use proper honorifics, bow her head and come to meetings on time.

Yamashita also gets who she wants in the Quarter Final. Mizuki starts her tournament off on the right foot by beating Mirai Maiumi. She was in a playful mood and kept making S signs to make fun of Maiumi’s love for Strong Style. She explained after the match that she is cherishing every round due to how difficult it will be to win the Princess Cup three years in a row. Mizuki also has to face Yamashita next. Mizuki promised to do her best against her for Yuka Sakazaki. Maiumi hates losing but understands it is something you have to go through to recognize how strong your opponents really are. The difference between this year and last year is Maiumi has learned not to let her emotions get the better of her when she loses.

Yuki Aino survived being scratched to death by Haruna Neko to continue her run. Neko hit the Nekodebreaker and Jumping Nekobreaker but Aino hit back with a Bulldog Headlock and the Venus DDT to win. Neko was disappointed she wasn’t able to take advantage of her higher seeding in the bracket to win today. Aino praised her for being totally different from the last time they wrestled. Now in the Quarter Final Aino takes on Miu Watanabe in a match she is very excited to have.


Princess Cup Enters Round 2, Dramatic Survivor

July 23, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AMEBA PRESENTS 8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 24/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. 3 Way Match: Hyper Misao Vs Nao Kakuta Vs Arisu Endo
2. Shoko Nakajima, Nodoka Tenma & Moka Miyamoto Vs Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe & Yuki Arai
3. Hikari Noa, Raku, Pom Harajuku & Suzume Vs Maki Itoh, Marika Kobashi, Mahiro Kiryu & Kaya Toribami
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2E: Yuki Aino Vs Haruna Neko
5. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2B: Mirai Maiumi Vs Mizuki
6. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2A: Miyu Yamashita Vs Yuki Kamifuku

Two shows in, two shows to go for the opening round rush of the Tokyo Princess Cup. The big story seems to be Mizuki having a target on her back with both Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh wanting to be the ones to eliminate her. If Yamashita and Mizuki both win tomorrow then they face each other in the Quarter Final. That’s if Mirai Maiumi doesn’t deliver the Miramare Shock she is always promising first. Yuki Kamifuku recently got her motorbike license so her dream of winning the tournament and being gifted with a prize bike is as strong as ever. Haruna Neko won a non-tournament 3 Way match today but can she pull it off against Yuki Aino in the Cup tomorrow?

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AMEBA PRESENTS 8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 25/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2C: Raku Vs Maki Itoh
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2D: Mahiro Kiryu Vs Suzume
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2F: Rika Tatsumi Vs Hyper Misao
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2G: Marika Kobashi Vs Shoko Nakajima

Sunday ends the series of shows and gives everyone a well deserved break for a few days. Itoh, Suzume, Hyper Misao and Shoko Nakajima jump into the action. Rika Tatsumi is determined become a champion again and will use this tournament to launch herself back to the top. Meanwhile Raku, Mahiro Kiryu and Marika Kobashi are all taking the opportunity to climb up the ladder by themselves.

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AMEBA PRESENTS 8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 31/07/2021
Shinjuku FACE

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2A Vs Winner Of Match 2B
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2C Vs Winner Of Match 2D
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Miu Watanabe Vs Winner Of Match 2E
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2F Vs Winner Of Match 2G

Miu Watanabe is the first person to reach the quarter finals so she gets to relax a little bit.

DDT “DRAMATIC SURVIVOR 2021”, 04/09/2021
Nagoya Congress Center Event Hall

1. 1 Day Unit Tournament – Semi Final: X, X, X & X Vs X, X, X & X
2. 1 Day Unit Tournament – Semi Final: X, X, X & X Vs X, X, X & X
3. 1 Day Unit Tournament – Final: X, X, X & X Vs X, X, X & X

A 1 Day tournament will be held between the four big units in DDT. Every match is an 8-Man Tag Match. The units entering are DISASTER BOX, DAMNATION, Junretsu and The 37KAMIINA. The teams of four representing each unit will be decided on a later date.


This Weekend Revolves Around The Trios Titles, Complete Beer Garden Cards, DDT Teenage Project

July 16, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “SPRING TOUR ’21 ~THE BULLET~”, 17/07/2021
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall

1. Hikari Noa & Marika Kobashi Vs Mirai Maiumi & Moka Miyamoto
2. Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino Vs Arisu Endo & Kaya Toribami
3. 3 Way Match: Yuki Kamifuku Vs Raku Vs Pom Harajuku
4. Shoko Nakajima & Hyper Misao Vs Nao Kakuta & Mahiro Kiryu
5. Miyu Yamashita, Maki Itoh & Mizuki Vs Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe & Suzume

Haruna Neko will be absent from the show due to family circumstances.

DDT “SUMMER VACATION 2021 TOUR IN UTSUNOMIYA”, 17/07/2021
Tochigi Prefectural Cultural Center Sub-Hall

1. Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata Vs Makoto Oishi & Akito
2. Goro Tsurumi’s Genes Vs Mysterious Faction!: Sanshiro Takagi & Naoshi Sano Vs Danshoku Dieno & Demonio Uno
3. Utsunomiya Specialty Special Single Match: Tetsuya Endo Vs Antonio Honda
4. Jun Akiyama & Yusuke Okada Vs Hideki Okatani & Yuya Koroku
5. HARASHIMA, Chris Brookes & Naomi Yoshimura Vs Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi & Yuki Iino
6. The 37KAMIINA Vs DAMNATION!: Konosuke Takeshita, Yuki Ueno, Shunma Katsumata & MAO Vs Daisuke Sasaki, Soma Takao, Yuji Hino & Mad Paulie

This weekend The 37KAMIINA turns its attention over to DAMNATION.

DDT “SUMMER VACATION 2021 TOUR IN SHIROISHI”, 18/07/2021
Miyagi Shiroishi White Cube

1. Hideki Okatani Vs Yuya Koroku
2. Danshoku Dieno & Yuki Iino Vs Akito & Kazuki Hirata
3. Chris Brookes Vs Yusuke Okada
4. Daisuke Sasaki & Mad Paulie Vs Naomi Yoshimura & Yukio Naya
5. HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi & Keigo Nakamura Vs Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi & Saki Akai
6. Shiroishi Specialty Special Tag Match: Jun Akiyama & Makoto Oishi Vs Konosuke Takeshita & Antonio Honda
7. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Tetsuya Endo, Soma Takao & Yuji Hino (c) Vs Yuki Ueno, Shunma Katsumata & MAO

The KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles will be a big focus on this show. The 37KAMIINA and DAMNATION battle over the belts in the main event. Not far away from them, Saki Akai is cooking up an idea to bring the titles back to Eruption. The rest of Eruption aren’t hot on the idea and think Akai isn’t ready to go through with it. Whatever it is she is planning, she will take charge over it.

DDT “SUMMER VACATION 2021 TOUR IN NAGOYA”, 23/07/2021
Nagoya City Tsuyuhashi Sports Center

1. Antonio Honda Vs Yuki Iino
2. Miso Nikomi Udon! Kishimen! Ankake Spaghetti Special 3 Way Match: Toru Owashi Vs Danshoku Dieno Vs The Intelligent Sensational Grand Passion Mask #4
3. Kazusada Higuchi, Saki Akai & Kazuki Hirata Vs Akito, Yusuke Okada & Yukio Naya
4. Soma Takao, Yuji Hino & Mad Paulie Vs HARASHIMA, Naomi Yoshimura & Chris Brookes
5. Nagoya Specialty Special 6-Man Tag Match: Jun Akiyama, Makoto Oishi & Hideki Okatani Vs Konosuke Takeshita, Shunma Katsumata & Yuya Koroku
6. The 37KAMIINA Vs DAMNATION!: Yuki Ueno & MAO Vs Daisuke Sasaki & Tetsuya Endo

As the summer tour rolls on, Konosuke Takeshita and Jun Akiyama are adding more stakes to their big title match. Now it is two big title matches.

DDT “JUN AKIYAMA LOCAL TRIUMPHANT RETURN! SUMMER VACATION 2021 TOUR IN IZUMI”, 24/07/2021
Osaka Izumi City Plaza Yayoi no Kaze Hall

1. Tetsuya Endo Vs Hideki Okatani
2. Momen! Shinju! Glass-like 3 Way Match: Sanshiro Takagi Vs Danshoku Dieno Vs Antonio Honda
3. Eruption Vs DAMNATION!: Kazusada Higuchi & Yukio Sakaguchi Vs Yuji Hino & Mad Paulie
4. Daisuke Sasaki & Soma Takao Vs Yuki Ueno & Keigo Nakamura
5. Izumi Specialty Special Single Match: Chris Brookes Vs Akito
6. HARASHIMA, Naomi Yoshimura & Kazuki Hirata Vs Yuki Iino, Yukio Naya & Yuya Koroku
7. PIONEER NEXT Presents Special 6-Man Tag Match: Jin Akiyama, Makoto Oishi & Yusuke Okada Vs Konosuke Takeshita, Shunma Katsumata & MAO

Yuki Ueno’s focus is solely on Daisuke Sasaki, no matter what the rest of their units are up to.

DDT “BEER GARDEN-LIKE PRO WRESTLING 2021 DAY 1”, 30/07/2021
Shinjuku FACE

1. Akito & Gota Ihashi Vs MAO & Yukio Naya
2. Konosuke Takeshita & Yuya Koroku Vs Chris Brookes & Hideki Okatani
3. Texas Tornado Charinco Death Match: Sanshiro Takagi Vs SHINGO
4. Danshoku Dieno Produce Match – Kaidan Shin Numabukuro Death Match ~Showa, Heisei, Reiwa Are Also A Classic!~: Danshoku Dieno Vs Super Sasadango Machine Vs Toru Owashi Vs Yuki Ueno
5. Saki Akai Produce Match: Kazusada Higuchi’s Relative, Yukio Sakaguchi’s Relative & Saki Akai’s Relative Vs Kazuki Hirata’s Relative, Yuki Iino’s Relative & Keigo Nakamura’s Relative
6. HARASHIMA Produce Match – DISASTER BOX Vs Ganpro!: HARASHIMA & Naomi Yoshimura Vs Shuichiro Katsumura & Keisuke Ishii

All three Beer Garden shows now have their full list of matches. HARASHIMA is inviting Shuichiro Katsumura & Keisuke Ishii from Ganbare☆Pro to test their mettle against him and Naomi Yoshimura.

The Texas Tornado Charinco Death Match means anything involving bicycles are legal! Sanshiro Takagi put the match together to celebrate a successful repair job on the Dramatic Dream bike after Kenoh broke it at “CYBERFIGHT FESTIVAL 2021”. His opponent SHINGO is a relatively new wrestler from HEAT-UP. However his main career is in pro cycling with over 100 race wins under his belt.

DDT “BEER GARDEN-LIKE PRO WRESTLING 2021 DAY 2”, 31/07/2021
Shinjuku FACE

1. Soma Takao Vs Keigo Nakamura
2. Kazusada Higuchi & Yukio Naya Vs Naomi Yoshimura & Yuya Korku
3. Daisuke Sasaki, Yuji Hino & Mad Paulie Vs Chris Brookes, Super Sasadango Machine & Antonio Honda
4. Shunma Katsumata Produce – Hardcore 4 Way Match: Konosuke Takeshita Vs Yuki Ueno Vs Shunma Katsumata Vs MAO
5. Makoto Oishi Produce Match ~ Our Youth: Jun Akiyama, Yusuke Okada & Hideki Okatani Vs MEN’S Teioh, Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi
6. Tetsuya Endo Produce Match ~ CyberFight Concurso – DDT Novice Championship: Tetsuya Endo & Hiroshi Yamato Vs Seiya Morohashi & Gorgeous Matsuno

Four of the fittest bodies as deemed by Tetsuya Endo will face off in the main event. Hiroshi Yamato and Seiya Morohashi are both proud of their physiques. Gorgeous Matsuno’s body isn’t nothing to make fun of either at his age.

DDT “BEER GARDEN-LIKE PRO WRESTLING 2021 DAY 3”, 01/08/2021
Shinjuku FACE

0. Special Under Match – Ultimate Vs Supreme: Tetsuya Koda Vs Hisaya Imabayashi
1. Playfulness Series Act 3: Danshoku Dieno Vs Hideki Okatani
2. Makoto Oishi & Yusuke Okada Vs Yukio Naya & Yuya Koroku
3. Soma Takao, Yuji Hino & Nobuhiro Shimatani Vs Yukio Sakaguchi, Akito & Yuki Iino
4. Shunma Katsumata & MAO Vs Chris Brookes & Keigo Nakamura
5. Rock & Roll Death Match: Saki Akai Vs Antonio Honda Vs Mad Paulie Vs Kazuki Hirata
6. Drunk Match: HARASHIMA Vs Daisuke Sasaki
7. The Annual Tradition! Customer Lottery Match: Jun Akiyama, Yuki Ueno, Konosuke Takeshita, Tetsuya Endo, Kazusada Higuchi, Naomi Yoshimura

The luck of the fan lottery might make Akiyama and Takeshita team together in the middle of their rivalry.

I can’t remember if HARASHIMA is a happy drunk or not. He shouldn’t be following Sasaki’s habits, that’s for sure.

The biggest feud in wrestling that nobody ever talks about, and for good reason, is back for another year. The DDT GM Hisaya Imabayashi takes another swing at the Tokyo Joshi Pro GM Tetsuya Koda. Just don’t embarrass yourself again, Imabayashi.

DDT “SUMMER VACATION 2021”, 15/08/2021
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Kininashi Wanaru ~The Universe In My Head~ Match: X Vs X
2. DDT Extreme Title & Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title: Shinya Aoki (c/c) Vs MAO
3. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Konosuke Takeshita & Shunma Katsumata (c) Vs Jun Akiyama & Makoto Oishi

Yesterday Makoto Oishi made Shunma Katsumata submit and then demanded a KO-D Tag Team Titles shot. He is the leader of Junretsu so Akiyama has to go along with another big title match against Takeshita just one week before he defends the KO-D Openweight Title against him.

Speaking of double titles, Shinya Aoki now holds the DDT Extreme Title and the Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title. He has to defend both but he is busy falling for scams and losing his savings in the process. MAO was chosen to be his next opponent.

In news that makes zero difference to us non-Japanese speakers, the DDT Extreme Title has been renamed to… the DDT Extreme Title. In Japanese they are changing the name from DDT EXTREME級王座 to DDT EXTREME王座. So they’re just getting rid of 級 which means weight class or grade. I and everyone else always ignored that bit for the Extreme Title so nothing changes for us. While I’m at it I’m going to stop typing UNIVERSAL in upper case for the DDT Universal Title so I can keep things consistent.

DDT “WRESTLE PETER PAN 2021”, 21/08/2021
Fujitsu Stadium Kawasaki

0. Electric Current Explosion 8-Man Tag Death Match: Atsushi Onita, Sanshiro Takagi, Akito & Maki Itoh Vs Kuro-chan, Super Sasadango Machine, Tetsuhiro Kuroda & Hikari Noa
1. Double Ring Double Single Match: Toru Owashi Vs Antonio Honda
1. Double Ring Double Single Match: Danshoku Dieno Vs Kazuki Hirata
2. Special Hardcore Tag Match: Shunma Katsumata & MAO Vs Chris Brookes & Jun Kasai
3. DDT Universal Title: Yuki Ueno (c) Vs Daisuke Sasaki
4. KO-D Openweight Title: Jun Akiyama (c) Vs Konosuke Takeshita

Sasaki keeps getting quick wins over Ueno, all thanks to kicking him in the groin. Ueno wants to fight Sasaki in a clean match for once but he also realises this is just who Sasaki is. With that said, Ueno feels the need to defend the Universal Title no matter which version of Sasaki shows up. Sasaki accepts the match but warns that the humiliation he keeps putting him through is not good for Ueno’s career in the long run.

You are not reading the list wrong, there are currently two Match #1s. Since there will be two wrestling rings set up on site, DDT decided to put two singles matches that will both take place at the same time, one in each ring. There was not enough space on the card to do Toru Owashi Vs Antonio Honda and Danshoku Dieno Vs Kazuki Hirata one after the other so this was the compromise.

Two new debuts will take place on the show as part of a secret project DDT has been putting together. The DDT Teenage Project is a new class of young pro wrestlers that have been training in DDT’s dojo. The first two wrestlers to debut are El Unicorn (13) and Ilusion (18). There are two others currently in training and DDT are looking for more male students aged 15-18. DDT are still holding regular tryouts for new trainees over 18 alongside this project. This class is completely separate from DDT’s regular dojo training and the goal is to eventually launch a new sub-brand of wrestling shows for these wrestlers. El Unicorn stands out because his age is below the range allowed. There’s evidence out there suggesting who the kid will be under the mask. Not naming names but it’s obviously a certain kid DDT was already booking and training before the pandemic hit. Also Rekka on Twitter spoils it by pointing out the pun in El Unicorn’s name.


Tokyo Princess Cup 2021 Brackets

July 14, 2021

The Tokyo Princess Cup brackets are now complete. 22 of the 23 participants (Marika Kobashi was absent due to school work) picked their numbers out of a random lottery and were matched together before giving their comments for the upcoming tournament.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 22/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1A: Nao Kakuta Vs Miyu Yamashita
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1B: Pom Harajuku Vs Mirai Maiumi
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1C: Moka Miyamoto Vs Raku
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1D: Arisu Endo Vs Mahiro Kiryu

Miyu Yamashita welcomes the challenge that comes with Tokyo Joshi Pro growing larger. The Princess Cup has been her biggest Achilles Heel because she has never won it and often suffers her worst results there. Nao Kakuta suddenly finds herself fighting the Princess Of Princess Champion in Round 1. She understands she would lose this match 99% of the time so will aim to make this the 1% chance she will win. Pom Harajuku picked No. 4 and is treating it as her lucky number. This is her first match back since recovering from Covid. Mirai Maiumi has developed into the type of person she wanted to be but hasn’t been able to win anything yet. This summer she is determined to cause the Miramare Shock! Moka Miyamoto is looking forward to entering her first Princess Cup after not being included last year. Raku hasn’t won a singles match yet and sees Miyamoto is gaining momentum. She says she will do her best to beat her. Arisu Endo’s motivation is to face Suzume in the 2nd Round. Mahiro Kiryu stands in her way and won’t let her pass her by.

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 23/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1E: Miu Watanabe Vs Kaya Toribami
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1F: Yuki Aino Vs Yuki Arai
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1G: Hikari Noa Vs Rika Tatsumi
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1H: Marika Kobashi Vs Nodoka Tenma

Last year Miu Watanabe finished in the final 8. This time she is aiming to improve on that and reach the semi finals. Kaya Toribami knows how strong she is in their previous tag matches together. Toribami doesn’t have much experience but she will give it her all to win. Yuki Aino is also going to use what she learned in the last year to make it past the quarter finals. Her opponent Yuki Arai is coming off her first win and is confirmed to be on all of the shows during the tournament, no matter how she fares in the Cup itself. Perhaps the biggest match in Round 1 is Hikari Noa Vs Rika Tatsumi. Hikari’s first singles match against a senior member of the roster was against Tatsumi back in 2018. This time she is fighting her as the International Princess Champion and the winner faces Hyper Misao in Round 2. Noa wants to advance and face Misao in a death match. Tatsumi appreciates seeing other wrestlers achieve their dreams but she doesn’t want it to happen at her expense. She has a first time singles match against Mizuki as her big dream to fight for. Nodoka Tenma has never lost to Kobashi in singles matches but she has only advanced past Round 1 once. That was the year Tenma reached the semi final though so she wants to walk down that road again.

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 24/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2A: Winner Of Match 1A Vs Yuki Kamifuku
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2B: Winner Of Match 1B Vs Mizuki
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2E: Winner Of Match 1F Vs Haruna Neko

The winner of Yamashita Vs Kakuta faces Yuki Kamifuku in Round 2. Kamifuku admittingly doesn’t like wrestling in singles tournaments but you have to do what you have to do. If she wins the Princess Cup then she wants the sponsors Ameba to buy her a really big motorcycle. Mizuki has dominated the tournament by winning it the last two years. She’s hesitant if she can make it 3 in a row but will do her best because everyone is wishing her good luck. Haruna Neko is waiting for whichever Yuki comes up to fight her

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 25/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2C: Winner Of Match 1C Vs Maki Itoh
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2D: Winner Of Match 1D Vs Suzume
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2F: Winner Of Match 1G Vs Hyper Misao
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2G: Winner Of Match 1H Vs Shoko Nakajima

Maki Itoh still remembers losing to Mizuki in the semi final last year. Her goal is to win the tournament this year and surpass Mizuki. Suzume recently fought for the Princess Tag Team Titles but isn’t taking her chances here for granted. Hyper Misao is holding the same motivations she had way back in her first Princess Cup in 2015. She was chosen as a replacement back then because at the time everyone thought her superhero character had a short shelf life. She wants to win and prove she doesn’t have a shelf life at all! She heard about Noa’s request for a death match but she expects to face Tatsumi instead. Misao lost to Tatsumi in her fake retirement match last year so it’s time to get that win back. Shoko Nakajima is the only other person next to Yamashita that will be a part of every Princess Cup so far. She has the most tournament experience in the field and thinks it is all coming together for her.

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 31/07/2021
Shinjuku FACE

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2A Vs Winner Of Match 2B
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2C Vs Winner Of Match 2D
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 1E Vs Winner Of Match 2E
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2F Vs Winner Of Match 2G

The bracket structure ends at the quarter final stage.

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 14/08/2021
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: X Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: X Vs X

For the first time the final rounds will be held inside Korakuen Hall. Even better, each round gets a show to itself!

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP FINAL”, 15/08/2021
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Final: X Vs X

Ameba is providing a prize for the winner. There is “WRESTLE PRINCESS II” taking place in October so the obvious reward is a Princess Title match in the main event. There is not another TJPW Korakeun show on the schedule right now but things can change.


Tokyo Princess Cup 2021

July 12, 2021

The 8th edition of the Tokyo Princess Cup is the largest one yet. 23 wrestlers from Tokyo Joshi Pro will take part. It leads to an uneven bracket where some fortunate entrants may have shorter paths to the final than others should they win all their matches. A lottery will be held to determine the complete bracket soon and another lottery will be held at the semi final stage. The full list of entrants are:

Miyu Yamashita (8th Appearance)
Hikari Noa (4th Appearance)
Mizuki (5th Appearance, 2019 & 2020 Winner)
Shoko Nakajima (8th Appearance, 2015 Winner)
Rika Tatsumi (6th Appearance)
Maki Itoh (5th Appearance)
Yuki Kamifuku (3rd Appearance)
Hyper Misao (5th Appearance)
Nodoka Tenma (6th Appearance)
Yuki Aino (3rd Appearance)
Marika Kobashi (2nd Appearance)
Miu Watanabe (3rd Appearance)
Raku (3rd Appearance)
Nao Kakuta (1st Appearance)
Mirai Maiumi (2nd Appearance)
Suzume (2nd Appearance)
Pom Harajuku (2nd Appearance)
Mahiro Kiryu (2nd Appearance)
Haruna Neko (2nd Appearance)
Moka Miyamoto (1st Appearance)
Arisu Endo (1st Appearance)
Kaya Toribami (1st Appearance)
Yuki Arai (1st Appearance)

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TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 22/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1A: X Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1B: X Vs X
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1C: X Vs X
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1D: X Vs X

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TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 23/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1E: X Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1F: X Vs X
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1G: X Vs X
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1H: X Vs X

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TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 24/07/2021
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2A: Winner Of Match 1A Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2B: Winner Of Match 1B Vs X
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2E: Winner Of Match 1F Vs X

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Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2C: Winner Of Match 1C Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2D: Winner Of Match 1D Vs X
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2F: Winner Of Match 1G Vs X
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 2G: Winner Of Match 1H Vs X

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Shinjuku FACE

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2A Vs Winner Of Match 2B
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2C Vs Winner Of Match 2D
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 1E Vs Winner Of Match 2E
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Quarter Final: Winner Of Match 2F Vs Winner Of Match 2G

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Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: X Vs X
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: X Vs X

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TOKYO JOSHI PRO “8TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP FINAL”, 15/08/2021
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Final: X Vs X


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “ADDITIONAL ATTACK” Results

June 17, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “ADDITIONAL ATTACK”, 17/06/2021
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
474 Fans

1. Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino, Raku & Pom Harajuku defeated Suzume, Haruna Neko, Moka Miyamoto & Arisu Endo when Raku pinned Endo with the Doctor Yellow (12:05).
2. Shoko Nakajima defeated Kaya Toribami with the Unmanned Local Train Hold (7:47).
3. Yuki Kamifuku & Nao Kakuta defeated Miu Watanabe & Mahiro Kiryu when Kamifuku pinned Kiryu with the Famouser (11:11).
4. Mirai Maiumi defeated Yuki Arai with the Miramare (12:41).
5. Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki defeated Rika Tatsumi & Hyper Misao when Sakazaki pinned Misao with the Magical Girl Niwatori Yaro (11:49).
6. International Princess Title: Hikari Noa (c) defeated Marika Kobashi with the Blizzard Suplex (11:13).
*V1 for Hikari Noa.
7. Princess Tag Team Titles: Sakisama & Mei Saint-Michel (c) defeated Miyu Yamashita & Maki Itoh by TKO when Sakisama used the Versailles Foot Choke on Yamashita (19:09).
*V2 for NEO Biishiki-gun.

Miyu Yamashita’s goal of becoming the first Double Princess Champion ends in failure. Even worse is now she may be the one who ends up helping Sakisama achieve it instead! It looked liked 121000000 had NEO Biishiki-gun figured out. Maki Itoh’s hard head took no damage from Mei Saint-Michel’s steel tray. She did some damage with it herself when she used it to amplify a Kokeshi Headbutt. Yamashita made it up to Sakisama’s level and she did the Attitude Adjustment but Saint-Michel broke the count, cut off Yamashita’s attack and hit the Tarte Tatin with her partner’s help. Sakisama took over and applied the Versailles Foot Choke, rendering Yamashita unconscious.

After the match, Saint-Michel said the rose of victory is beautiful today. She asked Sakisama if the result means she will take the Princess Of Princess Title home with her because the “pelican” Yamashita has been calling herself the strongest in the company and Sakisama just beat her. Itoh also asked Yamashita if she was going to do anything because the ace and champion of Tokyo Joshi Pro shouldn’t be the one losing. Sakisama told Itoh to shut up and said she isn’t interested in championships. However, Yamashita seems to care a lot about the Princess Title so taking it from her just to make her more upset is a very tempting idea. Yamashita accepted the challenge and the match is booked for 26th June at Ryogoku KFC Hall. Saint-Michel cheered on her master to win and Sakisama promised to dye the white belt into her colour of roses.

Hikari Noa survived a close call to mark her first International Princess Title defence. Marika Kobashi entered the match with a new outfit and a determination to win even if it meant taking the fight outside the ring. Her focus was on the Front Neck Lock and Standing Guillotine Leg Drop but Noa’s use of the Blizzard Suplex won out in the end. Backstage Noa called Kobashi and the Gal culture she loves strong. She isn’t going to visit Shibuya any time soon because of that. It’s scary stuff but beating the scary stuff means Noa has nothing to fear for what’s next. She still wants to do a proper death match for example and the championship doesn’t need to be involved if that is the hold up. Kobashi blamed the loss on the lack of Gals in the room supporting her with good vibes.

It is well known by now how much Rika Tatsumi likes Mizuki. According to Hyper Misao this was a problem she felt the need to fix. So she invented a piece of headgear for Tatsumi to wear called the Kimochi Ayatsu Rail Z. According to Tatsumi it converts her love for Mizuki into love for Misao. In reality it allowed Misao to make Tatsumi do whatever she wanted including attack Mizuki without hesitation. The Magical Sugar Rabbits got to remove the headgear and the match went on as normal and Yuka Sakazaki picked up the win. Misao held the remains of the headgear backstage and said the invention is 5 years of her life down the drain.

Yuki Arai had new entrance music for her first singles match. She got to hit Mirai Maiumi with the Finally Axe Kick but couldn’t pin her quick enough to win. She did get very close to win when she ducked a Lariat and used a Backslide Pin for a nearfall. Another attempt at the move was avoided and Maiumi smashed her with a Lariat. She then got the SKE48 star to submit to the Miramare. At least Arai got an MSS48 t-shirt out of it. Maiumi announced backstage that Arai and Yuki Kamifuku both passed their tests to join MSS48. Unfortunately Maiumi also announced that MSS48 was splitting up today.

Speaking of Kamifuku, she got the win for her team in Match #3. It was the first time she was teaming with Nao Kakuta in a regular tag match and also the first time they’ve been in the ring together since their IP Title bout back in April. Kamifuku recently learned to show respect to people like Kakuta for having longer wrestling careers than her. Miu Watanabe appreciated having a fresh team of opponents to fight. Mahiro Kiryu though was disappointed she couldn’t win today.

Also having her first singles match today was Kaya Toribami. The masked woman was put into a speedy battle against Shoko Nakajima. She hit her big move, a Twisting Senton off of the ropes the first time but found no target when she went to do it again. Nakajima caught her in a Butterfly Lock and transitioned over to the Unmanned Local Train Hold for the submission victory. Nakajima gave a little backstory in her post-match interview. She originally met Toribami two years ago where they trained together for something outside of wrestling. When Toribami showed interest in becoming a wrestler, Nakajima encouraged her to do it. Toribami said she felt nervous wrestling in Korakuen Hall but she was a little bit prepared because she already wrestled in Saitama Super Arena.

The opening match was a senpai team versus a kohai team with the veterans coming out on top. Raku got the pin on Arisu Endo with the Doctor Yellow. Nodoka Tenma was happy to see a good turnout for TJPW’s first Korakuen show held on a weeknight. She is also determined not to lose against the younger wrestlers. Yuki Aino tried cheering her sister up by reminding her she only turned “22” earlier this month. Suzume referred to her team as the 1998 class (Moka Miyamoto was born in 1999 but it’s close enough). Yuki Arai is also of similar age to the group so Suzume hopes the five of them can team together some day. Haruna Neko swore to get revenge on Pom Harajuku for targeting her paw during the match.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THAT’S J-PW #19” Results

June 14, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THAT’S J-PW #19”, 14/06/2021
WRESTLE UNIVERSE
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1. Miyu Yamashita defeated Haruna Neko with the Attitude Adjustment (5:48).


Video – Kaya Toribami Debut Match

June 10, 2021

“CYBERFIGHT FESTIVAL 2021”, 06/06/2021
Saitama Super Arena
4,800 Fans – Super No Vacancy

STARTING BATTLE KICKOFF ~Tokyo Joshi Pro Offer 10-Woman Tag Match~ Kaya Toribami Debut Match: Nao Kakuta, Raku, Pom Harajuku, Mahiro Kiryu & Kaya Toribami Vs Mirai Maiumi, Suzume, Haruna Neko, Moka Miyamoto & Arisu Endo


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “TJPW PPV SHOW 4 ~11 VS 11 SEASONAL RIVALRY THE☆BATTLE 2021~” Results

May 29, 2021

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GENGHIS KHAN KIRISHIMA PRESENTS TJPW PPV SHOW 4 ~11 VS 11 SEASONAL RIVALRY THE☆BATTLE 2021~”, 29/05/2021
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1. 2 Count Fall Rules: Shoko Nakajima defeated Miu Watanabe with the Northern Lights Suplex (6:22).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 1 – 0 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
2. 2 Count Fall Rules: Haruna Neko defeated Moka Miyamoto with the Nekocanrana (4:55).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 1 – 1 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
3. 2 Count Fall Rules: Marika Kobashi defeated Suzume with the Front Neck Lock (5:41).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 2 – 1 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
4. 2 Count Fall Rules: Hyper Misao defeated Arisu Endo with a Gedo Clutch (6:11).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 2 – 2 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
5. 2 Count Fall Rules: Nao Kakuta Vs Mirai Maiumi ended in a Time Limit Draw (7:00).
5a. Overtime – 1 Count Fall Rules: Mirai Maiumi defeated Nao Kakuta with a Short Range Lariat (0:27).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 2 – 3 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
6. 2 Count Fall Rules: Mizuki Vs Yuki Kamifuku ended in a Time Limit Draw (7:00).
6a. Overtime – 1 Count Fall Rules: Mizuki defeated Yuki Kamifuku with a Cradle (0:07).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 3 – 3 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
7. 2 Count Fall Rules: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Mahiro Kiryu with the Magical Merry-Go-Round (5:58).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 3 – 4 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
8. 2 Count Fall Rules: Pom Harajuku Vs Rika Tatsumi ended in a Time Limit Draw (7:00).
8a. Overtime – 1 Count Fall Rules: Pom Harajuku defeated Rika Tatsumi with a Cradle (1:57).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 4 – 4 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
9. 2 Count Fall Rules: Hikari Noa defeated Nodoka Tenma with the Last Supper (4:57).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 4 – 5 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
10. 2 Count Fall Rules: Miyu Yamashita defeated Raku with the Attitude Adjustment (3:15).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 5 – 5 Autumn/Winter Eleven.
11. 2 Count Fall Rules: Maki Itoh Vs Yuki Aino ended in a Time Limit Draw (7:00).
11a. Overtime – 1 Count Fall Rules: Maki Itoh defeated Yuki Aino with a Jackknife Pin (1:33).
*Spring/Summer Eleven 6 – 5 Autumn/Winter Eleven.

Spring/Summer Eleven: Mizuki, Miyu Yamashita, Moka Miyamoto, Nao Kakuta, Pom Harajuku, Arisu Endo, Marika Kobashi, Nodoka Tenma, Mahiro Kiryu, Shoko Nakajima & Maki Itoh

Autumn/Winter Eleven: Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe, Yuki Aino, Suzume, Mirai Maiumi, Raku, Haruna Neko, Yuka Sakazaki, Hyper Misao, Hikari Noa & Yuki Kamifuku

Those born in the months of March to August went into war against the ones born between September and February. This was taken seriously with the Spring/Summer Eleven bragging about plants and hot weather while the Autumn/Winter Eleven wore costumes celebrating Hallowe’en and Christmas. Sayuri Namba played both sides, claiming to support the summer because her ring announcing career began in May then cheering for winter because she was born in October. The show was briefly delayed due to internet trouble so Shota & Tetsuya Koda kept themselves busy at the commentary table.

Spring/Summer captain Shoko Nakajima won the first match on the show, beating Miu Watanabe. Even with 2 Count Pins in effect, her victory was certain once she did the Northern Lights Suplex.

It’s been so long. Was this Haruna Neko’s first singles win in over two years? A Jumping Cat Breaker to Moka Miyamoto set her up for the Nekocanrana to get the pin and tie the score one a piece.

Marika Kobashi hasn’t lost a match since she turned 20 years old this month. She continued the winning streak by catching Suzume in the Front Neck Lock and making her tap out. Kobashi said she is keeping this momentum for her upcoming International Princess Title shot.

Hyper Misao was confident she would win her match against Arisu Endo because of the 2 Count Rules. She almost lost when Endo grabbed her cloak to choke her over the ropes and drag her into the ring for a Knee Drop. With time running out, Endo attempted a Camel Clutch but Misao slipped out and pinner her with a Gedo Clutch.

Every match on the show had a 7 minute time limit. Nao Kakuta Vs Mirai Maiumi was the first bout to run out of time and end in a draw so it restarted under 1 Count Sudden Death Rules. Kakuta went in for the kill but Maiumi cut her down with a Short Range Lariat to get the win. The result of this match put the Autumn/Winter team in the lead for the first time.

The next match ended in a Time Limit Draw too but for completely unexpected reasons. Mizuki and Yuki Kamifuku fought their way over to the venue bar where vials of liquor were left on the counter. Kamifuku tried to force Mizuki to drink the alcohol but Mizuki turned the tables and made Kamifuku drink it. The two went back into the ring where Mizuki tricked Kamifuku to drink more as a toast but she was still able to kick out of pins until the time ran out. Mizuki offered her opponent another drink at the restart immediately pinned her with an Inside Cradle.

At the halfway point the score was tied 3-3. Yuka Sakazaki put the Autumn/Winter team ahead by taking out Mahiro Kiryu. They went back and forth with Kiryu hitting the Spinebuster. But in the end Sakazaki hit back with Elbow Strikes and won with the Magical Merry-Go-Round.

The big upset of the show happened when Pom Harajuku defeated the Autumn/Winter team captain Rika Tatsumi! At first the time expired right when Tatsumi was about to hit the Twist Of Fate. Then in the restart, Harajuku dodged a Hip Attack and Tatsumi hit Daisuke Kiso by mistake. Tatsumi got the better of Harajuku afterwards but there was nobody around to count the pin. Tatsumi revived the ref but Harajuku rolled her into the Cradle to get the 1 Count pin. Tatsumi took her frustration out on Misao at ringside while Harajuku celebrated.

Hikari Noa threatened to roll Nodoka Tenma around the ring because she is so round. She focused on using different pin holds to keep Tenma down. The plan ultimately worked once Noa applied the Last Supper and Tenma couldn’t kick out.

Raku had the toughest opponent out of everyone. She knew she couldn’t beat Miyu Yamashita through strength so her plan was to use psychological warfare. By using the Good Night Express and a Sleeper Hold, Raku tricked Yamashita into falling asleep. However, Yamashita’s hand fell on top of Raku as they both laid on the mat so the referee saw it as a pin. The loud slap of the ref’s hand on the canvas woke Yamashita up and she gave Raku the Attitude Adjustment out of instinct before pinning her properly.

The score was tied 5-5 going into the main event so the final match was the decider. No winner could be determined between Maki Itoh and Yuki Aino in regulation time. The clock ran out right when Aino attempted to Side Suplex Itoh out of the ring too so at least a potential injury was avoided. In overtime, Itoh fought to put Aino in the Itoh Special. There was so much focus on the struggle that Itoh found an opening to use a Jackknife Pin to get the 1 Count out of nowhere. That result won the series for the Spring/Summer Eleven!

Team captain Nakajima was given the prize vouchers from Tetsuya Koda at the end of the show. She told everyone she still had unused lunch tickets from the last PPV show. They were given to the other team but there wasn’t enough for all of them. They all agreed to give the spare tickets to the wrestlers who won their matches.