March 25, 2017
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AT THIS TIME, GET EXCITED IN YOKOHAMA!”, 25/03/2017
Yokohama Radiant Hall
270 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Yuna Manase defeated Maho Kurone with the Kakato Drop (6:15).
2. Mil Clown & Nodoka-oneesan defeated Reika Saiki & Maki Itoh when Clown pinned Itoh with the Mil Clutch α (10:14).
3. Yuu & Syoko Nakajima defeated Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko when Yuu submitted Takigawa with the Katahajime (11:09).
4. Red Roses In Paris Vs White Dragon! Special Single Match: Saki-nami (w/ Martha) defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Foot Choke (10:16).
5. Akane Miura Graduation Match: Miyu Yamashita defeated Akane Miura with the Crash Rabbit Heat (10:49).
Akane Miura has now graduated from Tokyo Joshi Pro. In her final match, Miura caught Miyu Yamashita’s Crash Rabbit Heat but a Buzzsaw Kick set her up for a second Crash Rabbit Heat for the three count. Yamashita was sorry that they cannot wrestle like this again from now on. She thought they were really good at fighting each other until the very end. Some old friends and rivals came by for the graduation ceremony including Saki Akamiya and KANNA. Miura said in her speech that she felt extremely sad when the match ended but she was happy to fight Yamashita one more time. When she first came to Tokyo Joshi she was blessed with good seniors and a good environment to look after her. She looks forward to seeing how the promotion will grow without her.
Once again Martha’s interference helped Saki-nami escape with a win over Rika Tatsumi. Saki-nami was almost put to sleep by the Dragon Sleeper but Martha used her mop to distract Daisuke Kiso. Tatsumi let go of the hold to attack Martha and almost pinned Saki with the Dragon Twist Of Fate. But Saki quickly caught Tatsumi in a Triangle Choke and then turned it into the Foot Choke to make Tatsumi give up. Tatsumi complained about Martha’s interference but Saki acted like she was on her own the entire time. Tatsumi figured out if Saki has someone on her side, then she should have a friend nearby too. Saki asked who was friends with Tatsumi? She was interrupted by Maho Kurone’s manic laughter. The zombie has Tatsumi’s back. Together Tatsumi and Kurone are the Dragon Bombers and they will beat SIN Biishiki-gun!
Yuu beat Azusa Takigawa in their preview bout before the TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title Match next month. Yuu caught Takigawa’s Diving Cross Body and turned it into the Katahajime for the submission victory. Takigawa said that she lost again and doesn’t know what it is like to win. But she believes she can beat Yuu then said how cool it would be for her first victory to also be her first championship.
The newest addition to Tokyo Joshi was introduced during the show. Mizuki is from Kobe and she has been wrestling for almost 5 years. Her debut match will take place on 8th April against Itoh Maki.
Itoh Maki brought 500 tickets for LinQ’s next concert in Nakano Sun Plaza to sell to the fans in attendance. She threatened to quit her idol job if she didn’t sell all of them.
Marika Kobashi announced she will return to wrestling in August. She had taken time off from Tokyo Joshi to focus on her education.
March 13, 2017
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “AT THIS TIME, GET EXCITED IN NERIMA!”, 12/03/2017
Tokyo Nerima Coconeri Hall
507 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. 3 Way Match: Mil Clown defeated Maho Kurone and Itoh Maki when Clown pinned Maki with the Mil Clutch α (9:59).
2. Yuna Manase defeated Nodoka-oneesan with the Neck Screw (6:48).
3. “Back Bancho” Akane Miura Road To Graduation – Bust Deluxe Reunion!: Miyu Yamashita & Syoko Nakajima defeated Nonoko & Akane Miura when Yamashita pinned Nonoko with the Crash Rabbit Heat (18:15).
4. Defeat SIN Biishiki-gun!: Saki-nami & Martha defeated Rika Tatsumi & Azusa Takigawa when Saki submitted Takigawa with the Foot Choke (15:01).
5. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Yuu (c) defeated Reika Saiki with the Last Ride (13:18).
*V3 for Yuu.
Technique defeated power in the main event. Yuu weakened Reika Saiki with a Sleeper Hold long enough for Saiki to spend all her energy fighting for a rope break. Yuu then finished her off with the Last Ride. Azusa Takigawa confronted her after the match, asking Yuu if she wants to get married. Yuu said she does someday, then asked Takigawa the same question. Takigawa said she does but there is something else she wants too. She wants to win. She wrestles to win but more often than not ends up losing. For the last ten years she’s been trying to succeed but failed whether it was in the entertainment industry or in pro wrestling. She finally realises that simply getting married by itself won’t change her fortunes. She will still have to work hard if she wants opportunities for stuff like winning the TOKYO Princess Of Princess Championship. She can’t get married until someone proposes to her but she can work towards winning the Princess Title. She then challenged Yuu for a title shot. Yuu accepted and asked Takigawa to be prepared for it.
Sanshiro Takagi interrupted the show introduction with a major announcement. Tokyo Joshi Pro will run Korakuen Hall again this year on 26th August! The plans were so secret that not even Tetsuya Koda was aware of them. Takagi admitted he never tells Koda such important secrets. Koda is worried that running Korakuen twice in one year is too much for Tokyo Joshi but Takagi disagrees. They sold out Coconeri Hall and regularly fill up the BASEMENT MON☆STAR so it’s clear that Tokyo Joshi is popular. Takagi fired up Koda with his pep talk and got him to put his faith in the secret plans.
Saki-nami again made Azusa Takigawa submit to the Foot Choke but Takigawa is still looking to get her win. She announced breaking news after the match. The news is she will face Saki-nami one on one at the 25th March show. Takaigawa said she only lost today by chance but Saki didn’t believe her. Takigawa then cancelled their match and admitted she is scared. However, this time she is running away to gain strength and come back even stronger. She mentioned having many opponents to prepare for in the future and then left. Rika Tatsumi stepped up to Saki and asked to have the singles match with her. Saki wondered if Tatsumi likes to feel sad. If so then Saki will look forward to distorting Tatsumi’s face with her suffering.
Bust Deluxe teamed together for the final time in a losing effort against Miyu Yamashita & Syoko Nakajima. Yamashita & Nakajima worked together to get Akane Miura out of the ring then Yamashita focused on Nonoko. The Crash Rabbit Heat was blocked by Nonoko’s busty chest but Yamashita quickly responded with a Buzzsaw Kick. That gave her the chance to hit the Crash Rabbit Heat again and this time it worked. After the match Miura and Nonoko had a tearful goodbye. Miura said she made so many important memories with Nonoko and she’s sorry that she won’t be around to make more. She then asked Yamashita to be her opponent in her final singles match on 25th March.
The debuting Yuna Manase was victorious in her first match, pinning Nodoka-oneesan with the Neck Screw. She is looking forward to having matches with everyone on the roster because she thinks they are all unique people.
Despite losing in the first match, Itoh Maki still thinks she is cuter than her opponents so that cheered her up. She continues to call out the stars of the Tofu Pro Wrestling TV show then complained about Reika Saiki being invited to appear on the TV Asahi Pro Wrestling General Election instead of herself. Takagi stormed to the ring and gave an offer to Maki. She can be the advertising manager for the 26/8 Korakuen show because she has the most Twitter followers and a big fanbase from her LinQ days. Takagi challenged her to sell 500 tickets for the show then asked her to imagine 500 people chanting her name. The audience of 500 here in Coconeri Hall chanted Ito’s name. She liked the chant and then upped the goal herself to 1,000 tickets!
February 18, 2017
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GIRLS FIGHT OUT #3”, 18/02/2017
Tokyo BASEMENT MON☆STAR
150 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Syoko Nakajima defeated Nodoka-oneesan with the Northern Lights Suplex (7:56).
2. Yuu & Miyu Yamashita defeated Mil Clown & Rika Tatsumi when Yamashita pinned Tatsumi with the Attitude Adjustment (14:53).
3. “Back Bancho” Akane Miura Road To Graduation: Akane Miura defeated Maho Kurone with the Lariat (4:30).
4. SIN Biishiki-gun Vs Konkatsu-gun: Saki-nami & Martha defeated Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko when Saki submitted Takigawa with a Foot Choke (15:34).
Saki-nami is really no good at making friends in Tokyo Joshi Pro. Her snooty behaviour made another enemy today. This time she called Azusa Takigawa a “White Pig”. Saki made things worse in the main event when she accidentally knocked out Daisuke Kiso with a missed Big Boot. Takigawa then pinned Saki-nami but there was no referee. Rika Tatsumi climbed into the ring and slapped the mat three three times in Kiso’s place. The GM Tetsuya Koda refused to end the match. He told them that Kiso was the designated referee so the match must continue. Saki then trapped Takigawa in a Foot Choke and made her submit. Saki said she doesn’t understand the elegance of vulnerable people then left the ring with her maid Martha. Takigawa asked Tatsumi to help her battle SIN Biishiki-gun even though Tatsumi is not a part of Konkatsu-gun. On 12th March they will get their revenge!
Akane Miura doesn’t have a special relationship with Maho Kurone but she still thinks their match today will be a special memory for her. Before Miura graduates she wants to reunite Bust Deluxe with Nonoko one more time.
The soon to debut Yuna Manase appeared at intermission and introduced herself to the audience. She said it was her first time at a Tokyo Joshi show and she is impressed. The action is a lot faster and more fierce than it looks on video.
Hyper Misao was in attendance to give an update on her health. She had surgery to repair her ACL one month ago and is currently in rehabilitation. She is asking her fans to please be patient for her return.
February 5, 2017
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GIRLS FIGHT OUT #2”, 05/02/2017
Tokyo BASEMENT MON☆STAR
150 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Akane Miure defeated Itoh Maki with a Power Slam (5:34).
2. You Will Be In Time For Valentine’s Day! Encounter Just Before Valentine’s Day!: Miyu Yamashita & Mil Clown defeated Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko when Clown pinned Takigawa with the Mil Clutch α (12:02).
3. Saki-nami & Martha defeated Rika Tatsumi & Maho Kurone when Saki pinned Tatsumi with a Jackknife Pin (11:00).
4. Reika Saiki & Syoko Nakajima defeated Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan when Saiki pinned Nodoka with a Back Drop (17:25).
Reika Saiki was on the winning side today but her chest was left heavily bruised by Yuu’s chops. Saiki fought back with Middle Kicks and it was a Buzzsaw Kick to Nodoka-oneesan that led to her winning the match. Saiki said she will use this momentum to fight Yuu at full power when they face off for the TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title on 12th March. She has the muscle, energy, motivation and talent to win!
Saki-nami is showing more disdain towards Rika Tatsumi. It didn’t help that at Tatsumi was on the verge of beating her with the Dragon Sleeper. Saki’s arm fell three times but on the third drop her maid Martha caught her hand from outside the ring and held it up. When Tatsumi complained to the referee Martha smashed her with an Elbow Strike and Saki rolled her over with a Jackknife for the three count. Saki told Tatsumi to quietly quit wrestling and go start an ordinary family in the countryside. Those words brought out Azusa Takigawa. She’s annoyed that Saki made the idea of getting married sound so easy. Saki took a good look at Takigawa’s face and then called her an orangutan. Takigawa demanded a match between Konsho-gun and SIN Biishiki-gun for the next show on 18th February.
Itoh Maki tried to take her loss to Akane Miura in her stride. She said that although Miura pinned her, she still has the cuter face so the match is a tie. She then called out the stars of Tofu Pro Wrestling again despite being warned not to by management. She is annoyed that they are following so many wrestlers on Twitter but are avoiding her. Her challenge to them for a match is still around.
October 29, 2016
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “IN A CORNER OF A CITY CALLED YOKOHAMA”, 29/10/2016
Yokohama Radiant Hall
202 Fans – No Vacancy
1. Nonoko defeated Azusa Takigawa with the Boinmaker (7:30).
2. Muscle Idol Vs Back Bancho First Confrontation!: Reika Saiki & Nodoka-oneesan defeated Akane Miura & Maho Kurone when Saiki submitted Kurone with the Tower Bridge (9:07).
3. 3 Way Match: Mil Clown defeated Syoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao when Clown pinned Misao with the Mil Clutch α (5:35).
4. Marika Kobashi High School Exam Send-Off Match: Miyu Yamashita defeated Marika Kobashi with the Attitude Adjustment (11:30).
5. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Yuu (c) defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Katahajime (15:15).
*V1 for Yuu.
Yuu’s first defence of the TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title was successful but proved to be more of a challenge than she thought. Rika Tatsumi had only begun to win matches consistently in the last couple of months, leading to her getting a crack at the title. However she came prepared with her own focus on submissions to combat Yuu’s judo ability. While Tatsumi threw some Hip Attacks to knock back Yuu, she also targeted her leg with Dropkicks and Dragon Screws so she could apply an effective Figure Four Leg Lock. Yuu resisted this and applied the Katahajime for the submission victory. Yuu said she was really happy with the match because it brings her one step closer to defending the title on 4th January, the one year anniversary of her debut match.
Miyu Yamashita defeated Marika Kobashi in Kobashi’s final match for the time being. Kobashi will now prepare for her high school entry exams. Yamashita said she originally thought Kobashi was too young when she first began training due to how tough it is. However she was proven wrong and she is happy to be part of Kobashi’s send off. She then advised Kobashi to concentrate on her exams because they are terribly hard. Kobashi hopes to return if she passes the exams.
There’s been a theme running through all of the DDT family throughout 2016 and it is marriage. A lot of wrestlers and staff members have been getting married or at least engaged this year. Azusa Takigawa has noticed this and also noticed the wrestlers who have gotten married have also become stronger as a result. She interrupted the opening speeches so she could plead with the Genral Manager Tetsuya Koda to drop the “No relationships” rule from Tokyo Joshi Pro. Takigawa wants to go out matchmaking so she can find a husband, get married and become stronger! Koda told her now wasn’t the time to talk about this. Later when Takigawa had her match with Nonoko, Takigawa was put in a Scorpion Deathlock. Instead of reaching for the ropes Takigawa instead reached for a microphone so she could again plead to Koda to drop the “no relationships” rule while she was in the Scorpion Deathlock! After the match Nonoko was impressed by Takigawa’s passion. Not for wrestling but for finding a husband. Nonoko said she was a teenager until just recently (yeah right!) and she never imagined wanting to go matchmaking at Takigawa’s age. She wants to help Takigawa and offered to team with her in the ring. Takigawa accepted, together they will find the truth of love!
Itoh Maki from the idol group LinQ announced she will be wrestling for DDT on 11th December and after that will debut for Tokyo Joshi on 4th January. She is thrilled by her plans to do both idol work and wrestling. She also said she has great respect for Danshoku Dino. It was then revealed that Maki’s opponent on 4th January will by Miyu Yamashita. According to Yamashita she has been keeping a close eye on Maki’s training ever since it began back in July. She noticed Maki has been working very hard so she is happy to be her first opponent in Tokyo Joshi. She asked Maki to come at her at full force when they wrestle.
The literal doll faced ring announcer and “World’s First Animated Idol Chick” Minami Momochi recently revealed she will be graduating from Tokyo Joshi Pro on 4th January next year. She said over the last three and a half years she watched Tokyo Joshi and their wrestlers grow. She feels now is the time for herself to move on if she too wants to advance.
October 29, 2016
DDT “TOKYO RAMEN SHOW 2016 WRESTLING”, 28/10/2016
Tokyo Komazawa Olympic Park
1. Tokyo Joshi Pro Offer Match: Miyu Yamashita & Rika Tatsumi defeated Syoko Nakajima & Maho Kurone when Tatsumi submitted Kurone with the Dragon Sleeper (9:50).
2. NωA Vs DDT Ramen & Ebisuko Allies: Makoto Oishi & MAO defeated Akito & Gota Ihashi when MAO pinned Ihashi with the Never Give Up☆Guillotine Drop (10:01).
Bad weather did little to dampen NωA’s excitement for this outdoor show. They performed their second single “Going My Way!!! ~You Are Not Alone~” to a live audience for the first time. Shunma Katsumata wrote the lyrics, MAO composed the music and Makoto Oishi planned the choreography. When the performance was over Oishi & MAO took part in a Falls Count Anywhere match against Akito & Gota Ihashi. Before the match began Ihashi asked Oishi why was he acting like an idol when he is old enough to be MAO’s uncle? He then made up some new lyrics making fun of NωA. That sparked a fight that went into the crowd before returning to the mat area. MAO hit his leap frog Never Give Up☆Guillotine Drop on Ihashi for the three count. NωA ended the show with an encore of “Going My Way!!! ~You Are Not Alone~”.
A day before Rika Tatsumi challenges for the TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title she scored a submission victory over the scary rookie Maho Kurone. Tatsumi appealed to the crowd to come see her win Tokyo Joshi Pro’s championship in Yokohama tomorrow.
October 17, 2016
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “OSAKA LOVE RIN”, 16/10/2016
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall
1. Akane Miura defeated Marika Kobashi with the Lariat (4:14).
2. 3 Way Match: Syoko Nakajima defeated Azusa Takigawa and Maho Kurone when Nakajima pinned Takigawa with the Northern Lights Suplex (8:36).
3. Reika Saiki defeated Nonoko with a Camel Clutch (6:44).
4. Mil Clown defeated Hyper Misao with the Mil Clutch α (6:35).
5. Rika Tatsumi & Miyu Yamshita defeated Yuu & Nodoka Onee-san when Tatsumi pinned Nodoka with the Dragon Twist Of Fate (13:55).
Rika Tatsumi continues to build momentum for her TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title Match with Yuu. However Yuu didn’t take today’s tag team defeat well and continued fighting with Tatsumi & Miyu Yamashita after the match. When Yuu left ringside Tatsumi said she will return to Osaka as the champion.
Yuka Sakazaki’s twin sister from the Magic Country Mil Clown was victorious in her debut match. Her opponent Hyper Misao didn’t believe Clown was Sakazaki’s sister but instead was one of her enemies. This match would help Misao figure out if Clown is good or evil. Clown quickly showed her colours when she twisted Misao’s hand during a handshake. Clown used some rolling Lucha to win the match. Her teddy bear companion Kumaun spoke on her behalf in the post-match interview. Kumaun said Clown had fun but is getting used to being away from Magic Country. Clown can’t tell if she is good or evil in this land. It’s something she never had to worry about back home.
Just how strong is Reika Saiki? Well, so strong she can give a Brainbuster to Nonoko. She can also submit Nonoko with the Camel Clutch.