TOKYO JOSHI PRO “5th ANNIVERSARY SHINKIBA TOUR 2018 AUTUMN ONE” Results

October 27, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “5th ANNIVERSARY SHINKIBA TOUR 2018 AUTUMN ONE”, 27/10/2018
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
348 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Yuki Aino defeated Raku with the Side Suplex (7:49).
2. Yuna Manase defeated Miu with the Neck Screw Hold (7:58).
3. Nodoka Tenma & Hinano defeated Yuki Kamifuku & Hikari when Tenma pinned Kamifuku with the Killswitch (8:41).
4. Special 8-Woman Tag Match: Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki, Shoko Nakajima & Maki Ito defeated Miyu Yamashita, Reika Saiki, Yuu & Hyper Misao when Sakazaki & Nakajima pinned Misao with the Malmö Comians (13:35).
5. Azusa Takigawa Graduation Memorial Match – Special Rule: Miyu Yamashita, Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki, Shoko Nakajima, Hyper Misao, Yuu, Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino, Reika Saiki, Maki Ito, Yuna Manase, Yuki Kamifuku, Miu, Hikari, Hinano, Raku, Sakisama & Tetsuya Koda (3) defeated Azusa Takigawa (0) (28:07).
5a. Shoko Nakajima defeated Azusa Takigawa with the Northern Lights Suplex (4:09).
5b. Sakisama defeated Azusa Takigawa with the Academy Award (23:35).
5c. Miyu Yamashita defeated Azusa Takigawa by Forfeit (28:07).

A special match was put together for Azusa Takigawa’s graduation from Tokyo Joshi Pro. She was on her own against the rest of the roster in a best 3 out of 5 falls 1 Vs 16 Handicap Match. However it would turn out the team against Takigawa would have two extra surprise members. There was a rule added that the match was always one on one in the ring (save for some double team moves here and there) and the rest of the girls had to sit by the ring apron until they were tagged in.

One by one Takigawa got to face off against each of the girls for the last time. Hinano cried over Takigawa going away but it was just a trap so she could attack her. Hyper Misao again protested Takigawa’s decision to graduate but she finally accepted it and thanked Takigawa with a fist bump. Takigawa was thrown into the corner and the entire team did a Goodbye Train attack combo. Rika Tatsumi, Marika Kobashi, Akane Miura and Tetsuya Koda also joined in the train attack. Koda was the only one who Takigawa was able to block and he was almost pinned afterward. The 1st Fall ended when Yuka Sakazaki & Shoko Nakajima did their double team moves and Nakajima pinned Takigawa with the Northern Lights Suplex.

For the 2nd Fall “The Rose Scatters Beautifully” played and Sakisama walked down to the ring! She hit a Penalty Kick to Takigawa but she kicked out of the pin. She hit a Middle Kick and Takigawa kicked out again. Finally, Sakisama hit the Academy Award and this time Takigawa didn’t kick out. Sakisama hugged her after the pin.

For the 3rd Fall, Sakisama tagged in Miyu Yamashita. Takigawa begun to get a second wind and countered the Attitude Adjustment into her Azusa Cross submission hold. She tried to hook in both of Yamashita’s arms but a rope break forced her to let go. Yamashita regained control with her kicks and hit the Crash Rabbit Heat. But Yamashita wouldn’t go for the pin because it was too upsetting. Instead, Takigawa got her hands on the microphone and reported on her last news story. Takigawa said she has no regrets left in Tokyo Joshi Pro and she dedicated her pro wrestling life to Tokyo Joshi. “I give up.” Takigawa verbally submitted and the match ended 3-0 to the Tokyo Joshi team. Yamashita hugged Takigawa and the two broke down into tears.

The graduation ceremony began with Takigawa receiving bouquets from Nakajima on behalf of the fans and from Yamashita on behalf of being her debut opponent. She also received a photo album from Misao filled with messages from the entire roster. Takigawa said that when she made her decision to retire, she was nervous that many people would come to see it. She considered ending her career in Shinjuku FACE because that was where she debuted but she is happy to get it done in Shin-Kiba 1st RING. When she joined Tokyo Joshi, her heart felt beautiful again after it was soiled by society. She thinks it says something about the people in this company that when she is with them she becomes more and more transparent. The girls who come here from both good and bad places have become her companions. She hopes the rapidly increasing number of girls who will debut after she leaves will continue that trend and protect Tokyo Joshi. She thanked everybody for supporting her from the fans to the company to her family. The ceremony ended with the 10 bell salute and her final ring introduction. She gathered up all the paper streamers thrown at her and placed her golden microphone inside it. That is now the end of Azusa Takigawa’s three years as a pro wrestler.

The show was a big occasion, not just for Takigawa’s graduation but also for the first ever 8-Woman Tag in Tokyo Joshi history. Hyper Misao said she was on the team of champions because her partners were Miyu Yamashita, Reika Saiki & Yuu. That means she will become the future champion! If that’s the case it won’t be anytime soon because Misao was pinned by the Miraclians.

Yuki Kamifuku is now being introduced as “Japan’s Most Beautiful Wrestler”. She tricked Hinano with her own crying routine but Nodoka Tenma ended up pinning her with the Killswitch.

The three Tokyo Joshi trainees found out when their debuts will take place this year. Haruna will debut on 17th November at Shin-Kiba. Kyou will debut on 24th November in Narimasu and Yumi will debut at Shinjuku on 1st December. Their official ring name and opponents will be announced soon. All three girls promised to do their best.


Azusa Takigawa To Graduate, Sakisama Leaving For Paris

August 14, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “BRAND NEW WRESTLING 2 ~NOW IT’S TIME TO ATTACK~”, 25/08/2018
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Hikari & Raku Vs Miu & Hinano
2. Nodoka’s New Ring Name, New Costume, New Theme Song: Nodoka-oneesan & Yuki Aino Vs Yuna Manase & Yuki Kamifuku
3. Hyper Misao Vs Priscilla Kelly
4. Azusa Takigawa Vs Saki Akai
5. Special Single Match: Shoko Nakajima Vs Riho
6. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles: Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki Vs Reika Saiki & Maki Ito
7. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Miyu Yamashita (c) Vs Yuu

More sad news coming out of Tokyo Joshi Pro in the lead-up to their next Korakuen Hall show. Azusa Takigawa has announced she will graduate from Tokyo Joshi later this year with her final match taking place on 27th October. This had been planned for around a year with Takigawa consulting with management over the decision. Talks went away when Takigawa was brainwashed by NEO Biishiki-gun and transformed into Azusa Christie. But with her persona back to normal and her memories returned, she is sticking with her plan to graduate this year. For her final appearance in Korakuen Hall, Takigawa wanted to fight Saki Akai. When Takigawa visited Tetsuya Koda in late 2014 to join Tokyo Joshi it happened around the same time when Akai won the Best Rookie category in the Tokyo Sports Awards. Takigawa was worried about entering wrestling when she was given the article about Akai winning the award. What Takigawa saw was a beautiful person working so hard on pro wrestling and she admired Akai ever since. Akai has spent all this time working for DDT instead of Tokyo Joshi so Takigawa never got the chance to wrestle her until now. Since Akai has a modelling contract with Oscar Promotion, Takigawa hopes that if she wins the match she can use Akai’s connection to get signed to the agency as a caster or reporter. She’s been working hard for the last three years so she believes she has the power to make her dream come true! While Akai has been absent from Tokyo Joshi for a long time, she’s still been paying attention to the brand and has watched Takigawa grow. She thinks Takigawa is showing great courage to graduate at this time.

That isn’t the only absence in the roster coming up. Sakisama next gave everyone the news that she will be returning to Paris after the 18th August show and will no longer be wrestling for Tokyo Joshi, for a while at least. Sakisama was already planning to leave with the rest of NEO Biishiki-gun earlier this month but she decided to stay behind for a little bit for a personal reason. She has an eye out for her upcoming opponent Hikari. She called her the “Blue Fruit” of the Up Up Girls and she wants to squeeze all the juice out of her before she leaves for Paris. Sakisama said it was inspiring to see Azusa Christie wrestle against her at the Beer Garden show. Before Christie was too dependent on her like a child but Sakisama got to see her change as they fought each other. Plus it was even a little fun, Sakisama admits.

The two teams in the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles match have signed the contract to make it official. Mizuki said she has twice tried to win the belts with Maki Ito for Maki Ito. This time she has the chance to win it for herself so she doesn’t want to miss that opportunity. Yuka Sakazaki wants revenge on Reika Saiki for losing the TOKYO Princess Title to her last year. Saiki has come around on the idea of teaming with Ito for the match. She thinks having Ito as her partner raises her chances of regaining the titles she never lost. Ito describes her feelings about Mizuki joining another team being like finding out a boyfriend has found another woman. However she can use this disappointment as motivation to win the championships. Even if she fails it will be valuable experience.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GO AHEAD, HOT GUYS IN ITABASHI!” Results

August 12, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GO AHEAD, HOT GUYS IN ITABASHI!”, 12/08/2018
Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
219 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Mizuki defeated Miu with a Facelock (6:58).
2. Hyper Misao defeated Hinano with the Hypami Returns (6:51).
3. Nodoka-oneesan & Yuki Aino defeated Shoko Nakajima & Raku when Nodoka pinned Raku with the Backflip (10:47).
4. Sakisama defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Versailles Foot Choke (0:30).
4a. Rematch: Sakisama defeated Yuki Kamifuku with a Half Crab Hold (5:29).
5. Yuka Sakazaki defeated Azusa Takigawa with the Osaekomi Backslide (9:02).
6. Yuu & Yuna Manase defeated Miyu Yamashita & Hikari when Yuu submitted Hikari with the Katahajime (13:08).

Yuu was ruthless in the main event! She targeted Miyu Yamashita with the Katahajime even though Yamashita was not the legal wrestler at that point in the match. That was all part of Yuu’s plan because that meant she didn’t have to let go when Yamashita grabbed onto the ropes! When Yuu was finished with Yamashita, she then put Hikari in the Katahajime to make her submit. Yuu then told Yamashita she is looking forward to their TOKYO Princess Title match on 25th August. Yuna Manase doesn’t have a match made for the show yet but she is looking forward to finding out what it will be.

Azusa Takigawa is feeling like herself again and said she felt like she’s been in a deep sleep for the last nine months. She struggled a little bit with dizziness as she wrestled Yuka Sakazaki but eventually got back into the swing of things. Although she is no longer Azusa Christie, Takigawa still attempted the Christie Agape finisher but it was countered into the Osaekomi Backslide to win the match for Sakazaki.

Sakisama was able to beat Yuki Kamifuku so quickly because Kamifuku had the nerve to grab a piece of Sakisama’s costume when the match started. Kamifuku pleaded for a rematch or else she would be fired for her poor performance. She did a little better in the restart but Sakisama made her give up again to make it two wins in a row.

Since today was the last time Nodoka-oneesan would be using her gimmick in the Kanto region she wanted Sanshiro Takagi and Tetsuya Koda to join in the Ping Pong Pang Exercise. Koda agreed to do it when Nodoka said it would impress his favourite idol Marika Makino.

Hyper Misao bought five copies of Young Jump magazine so she could vote for Hinano in an idol contest the magazine is doing. Hinano later drank water and imitated a Drunken Fist fighting style.


DDT “FIGHTING BEER GARDEN 2018 ~SHUTEN-DOJI AND HARASHIMA DAY~” Results

August 1, 2018

DDT “FIGHTING BEER GARDEN 2018 ~SHUTEN-DOJI & HARASHIMA DAY~”, 01/08/2018
Shinjuku FACE
546 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. HARASHIMA, KUDO & Danshoku Dieno (Gorgeous Matsuno) defeated Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei & Gorgeous Matsuno (Danshoku Dieno) when HARASHIMA pinned Matsuno with the Somato (8:13).
2. NEO Biishiki-gun Vs Gatoh Move: Sakisama, Martha & Yoshikosama defeated Emi Sakura, Riho & Mei Suruga when Martha pinned Suruga with a Cradle (16:20).
-. Secret Match: Yukio Sakaguchi defeated DJ Nira by Disqualification when Nira attacked the referee (6:13).
3. Shuten-dōji Vs Hebikai Tensai!: KUDO, Yukio Sakaguchi & Masahiro Takanashi defeated JARASHIMA, Hoshihebi & Kazusada Jaguchi (w/ Poison Sawada JULIE) when KUDO pinned Hoshihebi with the Diving Double Knee Drop (11:39).

Poison Sawada JULIE made his presence felt throughout the show by poisoning several wrestlers with his Snake Magic. After every match some of the wrestlers would raise a toast and drink a beer then they could collapse because the beer was spiked! JULIE would then send his minions Hoshihebi and Kazusada Jaguchi out to grab the unconscious people and carry them backstage so they would be transformed into JULIE’s snake warriors. What was JULIE’s ultimate goal? Why, to perform a big song and dance number in the main event of course! Shuten-dōji came to the rescue and fought against JULIE’s team with a special No Tag Rule added at the last minute. JULIE interfered by using his Snake Magic until a mistaken Clothesline from Jaguchi knocked him off the apron. From there the Shuten-dōji team fought back and grabbed the victory. JULIE accepted defeat and promised to give everyone the antidote to turn them back to normal. KUDO appreciated JULIE’s decision and he thanked him for his role in making DDT bigger by adding a fantasy element to the promotion. Masahiro Takanashi also said it was fun to hear the rattles of the snake magic again. Everyone turned back to normal except for Sayaka Obihiro because there was none left for her. Nobody was bothered by that.

Yukio Sakaguchi was surprised to learn there was a secret match prepared for him against DJ Nira. Some of the antics Nira used included attacking Sakaguchi with an umbrella and sitting down everytime Sakaguchi went for the God’s Right Knee. Nira then used a bizarre submission hold that involved making Sakaguchi fall down on one knee so Nira can put all of his weight on the other knee by standing on it. When Yukinori Matsui moved in to check if Sakaguchi would give up, Sakaguchi lifted Nira off of his knee and onto Matsui’s knee. This put Matsui in so much pain that he ended the match without a winner.

As usual NEO Biishiki-gun thought their opponents were a bunch of garbage, except for Riho. Sakisama sees something special in her that is different from everyone else. Emi Sakura told the rest of the Gatoh Move team how frustrating it is to lose. She put the blame entirely on Mei Suruga and said if she is garbage then she better get cleaned up.

Danshoku Dieno and Gorgeous Matsuno bumped heads and swapped bodies at the start of the show. So for the opener we had Dieno wrestling as Matsuno and Matsuno wrestling as Dieno. This is happening along with the usual Brahman Brothers shenanigans by the way. They hit heads again after the match and returned to normal after HARASHIMA pinned Matsuno (Dieno) with the Somato.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GO AHEAD, HOT GUYS IN SHINKIBA!” Results

July 21, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GO AHEAD, HOT GUYS IN SHINKIBA!”, 21/07/2018
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
287 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Miu defeated Raku with the Canadian Backbreaker (7:15).
2. Yuna Manase defeated Hinano with the Kakato Drop (5:50).
3. 3 Way Match: Hyper Misao defeated Yuki Kamifuku and Hikari when Misao pinned Kamifuku with La Magistral Cradle (6:15).
4. Shoko Nakajima defeated Yuki Aino with the Northern Lights Suplex (10:14).
5. Miyu Yamashita, Maki Ito & Mizuki defeated Sakisama, Azusa Christie & Martha when Mizuki pinned Christie with the Aquamarine (14:50).
6. Yuka Sakazaki & Rika Tatsumi defeated Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan when Tatsumi submitted Nodoka with the Dragon Sleeper (15:20).

Before the main event began Nodoka-oneesan told everyone she only has a few matches left before she graduates from her current gimmick. She then got booed when she said that everybody loves to work for a company. Yuka Sakazaki & Rika Tatsumi had some fun at Nodoka’s expense by stomping on her while doing the Ping Pong Pang exercises. Yuu tried to change the tide but she was kept away and Tatsumi made Nodoka submit to the Dragon Sleeper. After the match Sakazaki and Tatsumi said that it is hot as hell lately but everyone should still come to the Beer Garden show on 4th August.

NEO Biishiki-gun is falling apart! Azusa Christie’s jealousy of Martha reared its ugly head again and caused problems for the team. The worst happened when Christie grabbed Martha’s mop and accidentally hit Sakisama with it! That distraction led to Mizuki pinning Christie with the Aquamarine. Christie blamed Martha for Sakisama’s beautiful face getting defiled. However Sakisama stood up for Martha and scolded Christie for complaining so much. She thinks it is time for Christie to get her reeducation treatment again. Yukio Saint Laurent entered the ring and was ordered to use his injection on Christie. Laurent instead pointed his syringe at Sakisama! Realising what was happening, Sakisama told Tetsuya Koda to make a match between Sakisama & Martha against Christie & Laurent at the 4th August Beer Garden show. Christie must now fight Sakisama but in her mind this is the chance to show all of her love to her.

At first Hyper Misao and Yuki Kamifuku teamed up on Hikari because they are part of Up Up Girls (Fake) and Hikari is more of a real idol than they are. That plan went away when they kept on hitting each other by accident. Kamifuku eventually decided to sit out the rest of the match but that was only so she could try to steal the win when the other two got tired. Misao then caught Kamifuku with La Magistral Cradle to get the win.

Hinano tried to make Yuna Manase drop her guard by crying whenever Manase attacked her. Manase soon did the same herself to even the score.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE 5TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP FINAL FIGHT” Results

July 8, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE 5TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP FINAL FIGHT”, 08/07/2018
Tokyo Ryogoku KFC Hall
404 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: Yuu defeated Nodoka-oneesan by TKO with the Katahajime (7:38).
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi Final: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Magical Magical Girl Splash (13:25).
3. 3 Way Match: Yuna Manase defeated Hyper Misao and Yuki Aino when Manase pinned Aino with the Kakato Drop (8:09).
4. Sakisama, Azusa Christie & Martha defeated Shoko Nakajima, Yuki Kamifuku & Hikari when Sakisama submitted Hikari with the Versailles Foot Choke (12:19).
5. Miyu Yamashita, Maki Ito & Mizuki defeated Miu, Raku & Hinano when Ito pinned Hinano with the DDT (10:28).
6. Tokyo Princess Cup – Final: Yuu defeated Yuka Sakazaki with the Last Ride (9:44).

For the 2nd time Yuu has won the TOKYO Princess Cup! The final rounds took place today with Yuu beating Nodoka-oneesan and Yuka Sakazaki beating Rika Tatsumi to set up the main event. Yuu’s big win happened when she caught Sakazaki in midair and Power Bombed her. She then hit the Last Ride Power Bomb for the three count. Yuu let out a big cry when she won.

Yuu said she first won the Princess Cup two years ago. She wasn’t afraid of anything back then because she was undefeated and she had a lot of fun with wrestling. This time however there is a lot on her mind. She lost the TOKYO Princess Title, the girls around her a getting stronger and there are new juniors underneath her filling up the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster. It has her wondering where her place in Tokyo Joshi is. But the one thing she can do without fail is believe in her strength. She believes in her wrestling and is happy to be a part of Tokyo Joshi. She might be in a better place now than she was two years ago. That leads to something else Yuu wants to do. She called out Miyu Yamashita and challenged her to a TOKYO Princess Title match! Yuu believes she has to be at a certain level to fight for the championship and today she reached it. Yamashita said of course she accepts the challenge. Yamashita knows her strength the best and told Yuu not to limit herself. Yamashita wants both herself and Yuu to be at their mental and physical best until one of them runs out. The match will take place on the 25th August Korakuen Hall show. Yuu promised she will be standing in the ring at the end of the summer as the TOKYO Princess Champion!

In the semi-finals, Nodoka was beaten with the Katahajime but she never gave up. The referee had to stop the match when she lost consciousness. Nodoka thanked everyone for their support and said she changed a lot of minds in just three matches. She wants to take the next step this summer.

Tatsumi threw everything she had at Sakazaki including a surprise attack to start the match. Sakazaki was able to escape the Dragon Sleeper by rolling out of it. She then countered the Dragon Twist Of Fate into the Merry Go Round. That put Tatsumi in position for the Magical Magical Girl Splash to give Sakazaki the victory. It was a blow for Tatsumi because she anticipated reaching the final.

Maki Ito Headbutted her way out of trouble and score the win for her team.

NEO Biishiki-gun won their match in spite of some tension between Azusa Christie and Martha. Christie got in the way whenever Martha & Sakisama did double team moves together. Hikari from the Up Up Girls almost got a surprise win over Sakisama with a Cobra Twist and a Sleeper Hold but Sakisama eventually made her give up to the Versailles Foot Choke. Christie and Martha continued to bother each other after the match so Sakisama ordered both of them to sit down. She told both of them how ugly they were acting today. Sakisama loves both of them equally. Christie protested and said she only wants Sakisama to love her. Sakisama asked Christie if she trusts her and Christie eventually replied with “Only Saki’s love is the truth”. Now calm, Christie admitted she may have judged Martha too soon. She promises to be more strong, friendly and beautiful for Sakisama in the future. Christie and Martha reconciled and look to be back on the same page. For now.

Hyper Misao thinks Yuki Aino needs a heroic awakening to win a match so she gave her a superhero mask similar to her own to wear. When Aino put the mask on, she found out that the mask allows Misao to talk directly to her heart. Yuki Aino turned into Hyper Yuki and she did a lot of Misao’s mannerisms. The power did help Aino when she fought Yuna Manase but every time she made progress, Misao ran in to try and steal the pin. Aino had enough of Misao taking advantage of her and wrestled the rest of the match without the mask. But without the extra power, Aino fell to Manase and lost the match.

Two new trainees introduced themselves. Mahiro is from Gunma. Himawari Unagi is a Youtuber and an actor. Both girls began their training in May.

A one day tag team lottery tournament will take place at the Tokyo Joshi Pro Beer Garden show on 4th August. The Yeah! Metcha Tag Team Tournament 2018 Summer will feature between 6 to 8 teams made up of random pairings. The winning team will receive a gorgeous prize named after the summer.

Priscilla Kelly returns to Tokyo Joshi in August. Her confirmed shows so far are 18/8 in Nagoya and 25/8 in Korakuen.


TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE 5TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP” Results

June 3, 2018

TOKYO JOSHI PRO “THE 5TH TOKYO PRINCESS CUP”, 03/06/2018
Shinjuku Village Studio C 106
384 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Tokyo Princess Cup – Take A Chance: Hikari defeated Miu with a Leg Roll Clutch (5:44).
2. 3 Way Match: Shoko Nakajima defeated Rika Tatsumi and Yuki Aino when Nakajima pinned Aino with the Northern Lights Suplex (7:55).
3. Azusa Christie defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Christie Agape (5:36).
4. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1: Nodoka-oneesan defeated Yuna Manase with the Back Flip (7:58).
5. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1: Hyper Misao defeated Saki-sama by Disqualification when Saki-sama unmasked Misao and was caught with a weapon (10:01).
6. Mizuki & Hinano defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Raku when Mizuki pinned Raku with the 2nd Rope Diving Foot Stomp (9:41).
7. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1: Miyu Yamashita defeated Maki Ito with the Attitude Adjustment (12:01).
8. Tokyo Princess Cup – Round 1: Yuu defeated Reika Saiki with the Last Ride (11:55).

The winners of the two previous Tokyo Princess Cups faced off in the main event. Yuu blocked the Jackhammer and sent Reika Saiki into the corner with the John Yuu dropkick. She then finished her off with the Last Ride to advance. Yuu said it’s been a long time since she last won a main event match so she is really happy today! She can feel her own momentum returning and Tokyo Joshi Pro itself is getting bigger because of all the hard work everyone is doing. Yuu wants to win the tournament so Tokyo Joshi can grow more by using her kind of pro wrestling.

Miyu Yamashita and Nodoka-oneesan also advanced with wins over Maki Ito and Yuna Manase respectively. Yamashita noted that Ito has improved since their last match against each other. Ito was more driven and Yamashita admits she had difficulty escaping from Ito’s Inverted Crab Hold. Ito is upset over the defeat but she assures everyone she will never break because she will not lose forever. Nodoka is happy to win her match and wants to win the next one because she is greedy.

Hyper Misao came up with several traps to use against Saki-sama. She held something wrapped up in cloth and claimed it was Saki-sama’s possessions. Misao asked Saki-sama to forfeit the match if she wanted her stuff back. Saki-sama didn’t fall for it. Misao then went over to the announce table and dressed Sayuri Namba with Misao’s old mask and jacket to trick Saki-sama into thinking Namba was Misao. That also didn’t work. Saki-sama chased Misao up a nearby staircase and Misao taped Saki-sama’s hands to the railings to get her counted out. Saki-sama escaped by slipping her hands out of her gloves and made it back to the ring in time. Misao grabbed a chair but she got into a back and forth moment with the referee over it. That ended when Saki-sama hit the ref with a Big Boot by mistake. Misao then taped Saki-sama’s arms and feet together. Azusa Christie came in with scissors and cut Saki-sama free but Misao took out a spray can and blinded both girls with it. She then woke the ref up, unmasked herself and gave the mask and the spray can to Saki-sama. When the ref regained his bearings he saw that Misao was huddled over unmasked, Saki-sama was holding both the mask and a spray can and Christie was armed with a pair of scissors. He had no choice but to disqualify Saki-sama and award the match to Misao!

The 2nd Round matches made today are Yuu Vs Hyper Misao and Miyu Yamashita Vs Nodoka-oneesan. Yuu said she envied Misao for getting to wrestle Jun Kasai in a Hardcore Match. Misao gets to wrestle in matches that nobody else in Toyko Joshi get to do. so she is experienced in ways that Yuu is not. Yamashita wonders if Nodoka has progressed like Ito has. Yamashita is confident that her own power is enough to beat Nodoka regardless.

Yuki Kamifuku and Azusa Chrisite quizzed each other over who knew Saki-sama better during their match. Christie eventually had enough of Kamifuku’s antics and beat her with the Christie Agape.

Hikari won the Up Up Girls Take A Chance match so she qualifies for the Princess Cup. She is expected to face Marika Kobashi in her 1st Round match on 9th June. Speaking of Kobashi, she was pulled from today’s show because of a left shoulder injury she suffered during training yesterday. She is hoping to recover in time for her Princess Cup match next week.

Because of Kobashi’s injury and Maho Kurone’s absence, the scheduled 6-Woman Tag for Match #6 was turned into a regular tag match.