June 27, 2021

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
110 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Rika Tatsumi & Miu Watanabe defeated Nao Kakuta & Kaya Toribami when Watanabe pinned Toribami with the Tear Drop (10:50).
2. 3 Way Match: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Nodoka Tenma and Haruna Neko when Sakazaki pinned Neko with the Magical Merry-Go-Round (8:38).
3. Shoko Nakajima, Mizuki & Hyper Misao defeated Yuki Kamifuku, Yuki Aino & Pom Harajuku when Mizuki pinned Harajuku with the Diving Foot Stomp (10:32).
4. Marika Kobashi & Raku defeated Hikari Noa & Mahiro Kiryu when Raku pinned Kiryu with the Doctor Yellow (10:22).
5. Miyu Yamashita, Maki Itoh & Moka Miyamoto defeated Mirai Maiumi, Suzume & Arisu Endo when Yamashita pinned Endo with the Skull Kick (17:01).

Today’s main event was a preview of the Miyu Yamashita Vs Mirai Maiumi UWF Rules match taking place next Thursday. The two of them started off the match with grappling and striking before it moved into the usual tag team wrestling. After the match Yamashita said she thinks Tokyo Joshi Pro is currently riding on an insane amount of momentum and there is not limit for them in the future.

Before Match #3 began, Hyper Misao asked Mizuki to do a superhero pose. She then gave Mizuki her superhero cape for good luck because according to today’s horoscope, Pisces was the lowest among the different signs. Mizuki tried mimicking the hero moves while Misao instructed her how to do them. It took her too long so she missed every time. Her opponents would also pull the cape over her face to blind her. Mizuki got her revenge by getting all of the wrestlers to pile up on each other. She then removed the cloak and hit a Diving Foot Stomp onto the pile of bodies before getting the pinfall.

Sayuri Namba was absent from the show because she was a ring girl at a RIZIN MMA show in Osaka. Yuki Aino filled in as the ring announcer.


May 29, 2021

0 Fans

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.


May 22, 2021

70 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Mirai Maiumi defeated Haruna Neko with the Miramare (8:33).
2. Nao Kakuta defeated Arisu Endo with the Shiden Kai (8:30).
3. Marika Kobashi defeated Moka Miyamoto with the Front Neck Lock (6:05).
4. Yuki Kamifuku defeated Raku with the Famouser (7:54).
5. Miyu Yamashita & Maki Itoh defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Pom Harajuku when Yamashita pinned Harajuku with the Skull Kick (11:44).

Unless they cross paths at “TJPW PPV SHOW 4” next week, today was the last preview of Miyu Yamashita Vs Yuka Sakazaki before the “CYBERFIGHT FESTIVAL 2021”. Here, Maki Itoh did her job to cut off Sakazaki so Yamashita could get the pin on Pom Harajuku. After the match Itoh told the fans that Tokyo Joshi Pro will stand out more against DDT, NOAH and Ganbare☆Pro at Saitama Super Arena.

Raku spent the beginning of her match hiding from Yuki Kamifuku, sneaking under the ring and behind the referee to keep out of her opponent’s sight. Kamifuku later used her own version of the Good Night Express to get her own back on Raku.

It was announced that the next “TJPW INSPIRATION” event on 1st July will be headlined by Miyu Yamashita Vs Mirai Maiumi in a UWF Rules match.

70 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Mizuki defeated Arisu Endo with the Facelock (8:19).
2. Rika Tatsumi defeated Mahiro Kiryu with the Figure 4 Leg Lock (8:16).
3. Blow Away Your May Blues! Three Super Games: Hyper Misao (2) defeated Nodoka Tenma (1).
3a. Gesture Match: Nodoka Tenma (1) defeated Hyper Misao (0) with the Successful Gesture (4:10).
3b. Tojo Quiz Match: Hyper Misao (1) defeated Nodoka Tenma (1) with the Correct Answer (3:55).
3c. Mozoku Vinegar Fall 1 Count Match: Hyper Misao (2) defeated Nodoka Tenma (1) with La Magistral Cradle (4:05).
4. Hikari Noa defeated Moka Miyamoto with the Blizzard Suplex (6:16).
5. Shoko Nakajima & Yuki Aino defeated Miu Watanabe & Suzume when Aino pinned Suzume with the Venus DDT (14:33).

The night time show concluded with Shoko Nakajima & Yuki Aino beating Miu Watanabe & Suzume then thanking the fans for attending. They were amazed to see many in the audience attended both shows today. They repeated the earlier point that TJPW will be second to none at Saitama Super Arena!

Sayuri Namba had to explain the special rules for Hyper Misao Vs Nodoka Tenma. They took part in three matches. The first match had Two Count Fall rules. When somebody won with a Two Count they then had to play charades with Daisuke Kiso. If Kiso guessed their gesture correctly then the woman wins the match. Misao tried to do “Pudding” but Kiso guessed wrong. Tenma had to do “Octopus” but Kiso got it right, so Tenma got the point. The second game had the same Two Count Fall but then the winner had to correctly answer a question about TJPW. Tenma was asked where did Rika Tatsumi’s debut match take place? She knew it was in Shibuya but couldn’t remember the name of the building. Misao then got a pin and correctly answered Shibuya Entertainment Stage to even the score. The final fall had both women drink a glass of vinegar then wrestle under 1 Count Rules. Misao won the round and the match with La Magistral Cradle.

Shoko Nakajima and Rika Tatsumi were revealed as the captains for the two teams competing in “TJPW PPV SHOW 4” next week. Nakajima doesn’t understand how the Summer Vs Winter theme is any different from the Red Vs White concept from the previous PPV. Tatsumi is upset that Mizuki is not on her team.


January 30, 2021

0 Fans

1. Miyu Yamashita defeated Arisu Endo with the Modified Cobra Clutch (3:43).
2. Hyper Misao (w/ Shin Ultra Shoko) defeated Sena Shiori with the Hypami Returns (4:06).
3. Yamato Nadeshiko Challenges The Charisma Of A New Era!: Maki Itoh defeated Moka Miyamoto with a Crab Hold (5:26).
4. Majirabi Warning For Live Music Venues!: Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki defeated Pom Harajuku & Mahiro Kiryu when Sakazaki pinned Kiryu with a Brainbuster (8:12).
5. Paripi Vs Gal Single Match: Yuki Kamifuku defeated Marika Kobashi with a Manjigatame (6:49).
6. Bakuretsu Neko-chan Vs Up Up Girls (Pro Wrestling): Miu Watanabe, Hikari Noa & Raku defeated Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino & Haruna Neko when Noa pinned Neko with the Saigo No Bansan (7:45).
7. The Past, Present & Future Of Tokyo Joshi Pro Cross On The Mat!: Miyu Yamashita & Mirai Maiumi defeated Rika Tatsumi & Suzume when Yamashita pinned Suzume with the Attitude Adjustment (10:15).

Tokyo Joshi Pro went back to its roots with a return to mat wrestling matches inside TwinBox AKIHABARA. The venue hosted TJPW’s very first event where three trainees including Miyu Yamashita took part in exhibition matches alongside musical performances from idol groups. Today’s show aired on PPV through OPENREC. It begun with Sayuri Namba hosting a talk segment with Yuka Sakazaki and Yuki Kamifuku. Then there were musical performances with Maki Itoh, Rika Tatsumi and the Up Up Girls (Pro Wrestling). In the “crowd” were Hyper Misao and Shin Ultra Shoko waving penlights to the music and cheering the singers on.

The wrestlers gave out comments before the matches. Yamashita worked double duty by being in both the opener and the main event because of some last minute changes. She found it meaningful for her to face the newest TJPW wrestler Arisu Endo in the room where TJPW began. She also brought back her dancing entrance to “Genghis Khan”. Endo Body Slammed Yamashita onto the mat and applied a Camel Clutch. Yamashita powered out of it, put Endo in a Cobra Clutch and pulled her down onto the mat to submit her.

Sena Shiori knew that her match with Misao was really a Handicap Match withShoko also involved. However she still fell for Misao’s trick when she was invited to become a part time superhero only to be attacked with cloak. Shoko passed over a Hyper Ultra Ball but Shiori intercepted it and used it as a weapon herself. Misao was able to recover and win with the Hypami Returns.

Both Itoh and Moka Miyamoto are new to mat wrestling despite the gap in regular wrestling experience between them. Itoh struggled out of the Manjigatame and dropped Miyamoto with a Wrist-Clutch DDT. She then finished her off with a Crab Hold.

Pom Harajuku said she is always at the mercy of The Magical Sugar Rabbits whenever they wrestle so she needed her teamwork with Mahiro Kiryu to be perfect against them. Sakazaki was excited to wrestle on a mat again because that’s a lawless area where you can do anything! They did just that by using the security barrier like a top turnbuckle to do high flying moves off of. Mizuki also used Sakazaki as a stepping stone to do a Flying Cross Body to Kiryu. Sakazaki pinned Harajuku with a Delayed Brainbuster.

Kamifuku noticed that Marika Kobashi’s makeup has been getting darker recently and it makes her look like a demon. She was going to be responsible like an older sister and clean the makeup off of Kobashi’s face. She brought along facewipes and tried to use them but Kobashi fought her off with Chops. Kamifuku removed her own makeup to show her opponent it is okay to show your true appearance but Kobashi still resisted. Kamifuku put her in a Manjigatame and forcefully wiped the makeup off Kobashi’s face, giving her no choice but to give up.

The Up Up Girls called their concert at the start of the show a warm up for their match next. Raku wants everyone to eat sweets which is why she gave Nodoka Tenma a candy necklace when the match began. But it was really a surprise attack to set up the Good Night Express. Tenma would later wrap the candy around her fist to load up her punches. Miu Watanabe used the Giant Swing on Yuki Aino. Raku fought off The Bakuretsu Sisters with the Brain Chop. The match ended when Hikari Noa used her Figur 4 Clutch Hold to pin Haruna Neko. Noa has named the pinning combination the Saigo No Bansan (Last Supper).

Yamashita came back out for the main event. Mirai Maiumi wanted to tag with her to experience the history of TJPW. Tatsumi thought Yamashita was getting carried away by the nostalgia so she wanted to give her a good beating. Yamashita and Tatsumi fought over by the announce table while Maiumi and Suzume kept their wrestling on the mat. Tatsumi missed the Hip Attack and collided with the wall. Miaumi hit her with a Lariat on the rebound. Yamashita countered the Ring A Bell into the Attitude Adjustment on Suzume for the three count.

After the match Yamashita spoke about the first show from 8 years ago. It was just her, KANNA, Chikage Kiba and the referee Daisuke Kiso taking part in matches. Over the years her number of friends increased and she hopes TJPW will continue to grow even bigger.

Title Tournament 1st Round Matches, BASARA In Chiba

October 9, 2020

Kitazawa Town Hall

1. Nodoka Tenma Vs Moka Miyamoto
2. 3 Way Match: Hyper Misao Vs Hikari Noa Vs Sena Shiori
3. Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Suzume Vs Miyu Yamashita, Maki Itoh & Haruna Neko
4. Rika Tatsumi & Miu Watanabe Vs Yuki Aino & Pom Harajuku
5. International Princess Title Tournament – Round 1: Mahiro Kiryu Vs Mirai Maiumi
6. International Princess Title Tournament – Round 1: Shoko Nakajima Vs Raku

The vacant International Princess Title tournament begins tomorrow. The first round was drawn by Sayuri Namba choosing random cards in envelopes.

BASARA “BASARA 136 ~BELL OF PEACE~”, 11/10/2020
Chiba 2AW Square

1. Takato Nakano Vs Yasu Urano
2. Takumi Tsukamoto, SAGAT & Masato Kamino Vs FUMA, Yusuke Kubo & Daichi Kazato
3. Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi Vs Antonio Honda
4. Isami Kodaka & Ryuichi Sekine Vs Kengo Mashimo & Shiori Asahi
5. Ryota Nakatdu Vs Daiki Shimomura
6. Fuminori Abe & Tetsuo Usui Vs Tsutomu Oosugi & Banana Senga

Kengo Mashimo, Shiori Asahi and Antonio Honda are the guests for BASARA’s visit to Chiba.

Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. International Princess Title Tournament – Round 1: Hikari Noa Vs Pom Harajuku
2. International Princess Title Tournament – Round 1: Yuki Kamifuku Vs Suzume

Yuki Kamifuku’s return date from a broken finger is this show so the only guarantee from the draw was her match taking place here.


July 25, 2020

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
110 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Shoko Nakajima defeated Moka Miyamoto with the Northern Lights Suplex (6:16).
2. Miyu Yamashita & Nodoka Tenma defeated Mahiro Kiryu & Himawari Unagi when Yamashita submitted Kiryu with the Modified Cobra Clutch (7:24).
3. Quiz Shiorinaire: Hyper Misao defeated Sena Shiori with the USI (10:58).
4. Mina Shirakawa & Mirai Maiumi defeated Maki Itoh & Pom Harajuku when Shirakawa pinned Harajuku with the Implant DDT (11:29).
5. Yuki Aino & Yuki Kamifuku defeated Rika Tatsumi & Haruna Neko when Aino pinned Neko with the Venus DDT (13:11).
6. Miu Watanabe, Hikari Noa & Raku defeated Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Suzume when Noa pinned Suzume with the Uranage (13:43).

The day has finally come. The Up Up Girls closed out a Tokyo Joshi Pro show as the main event winners! The win was over a team that had The Magical Sugar Rabbits in it too. Hikari Noa said today’s win gives her, Miu Watanabe and Raku confidence going into the Tokyo Princess Cup. They will go crazy in the tournament this year!

Mina Shirakawa & Mirai Maiumi named their team Minato Mirai.

A special 2 Count Handicap was put on the Sena Shiori Vs Hyper Misao match. Shiori only needed to pin Misao for a 2 Count to win. If Misao got at least a 2 Count then she had to correctly answer a quiz question to win. Misao was also allowed a lifeline if she got a 3 Count. The questions asked by Tetsuya Koda were all about Shiori. Misao quickly pinned Shiori with a Cradle from a Handshake. “What move was used to end Shiori’s debut match?” Misao answered Dropkick but was wrong. Misao got a 2 Count from a School Boy. “What is Shiori’s date of birth?” Misao answered 14th September, 2002 but was wrong. Misao did another School Boy and this time got a 3 Count. “Where did Shiori go with her friend Hikari Noa to celebrate her birthday?” Misao was allowed a lifeline so she used Noa as her Phone A Friend. Noa hinted it was a theme park in Osaka. Misao answered Universal Studios Japan but was wrong. She yelled at Noa for giving her a bad hint. Misao went back and got a 2 Count pin. “What martial art did Shiori learn in elementary school?” Misao said Kyodo but was wrong once again. Shiori gained control of the match until Misao knocked over the referee. Shiori had Misao pinned but no ref was around to count it. Misao regained control and got a 2 Count with the Hyper Gotham Crash. “Where did Shiori go with her friend Hikari Noa to celebrate her debut match?” Misao thought about it and answered Universal Studios Japan again. She was correct which means she wins the match!

Himawari Unagi got to wrestle Miyu Yamashita for the first time since their match last October where Unagi got injured.

The ring announcer Sayuri Namba received some great news at the start of the show. She entered a competition to become a RIZIN round girl but was eliminated early on. Well today she found out she won a poll out of the eliminated contestants to re-enter the contest! She hopes to become a round girl and get RIZIN to promote Tokyo Joshi Pro in the process.


February 16, 2020

Saitama Wrestle Arena
91 Fans

1. Mirai Maiumi defeated Sena Shiori with the Sea Rider (4:24).
2. Rika Tatsumi defeated Haruna Neko with a Small Package (7:27).
3. Nodoka Tenma & Nodoka-oneesan (Yuki Aino) defeated Nodoka-oneesan (Shoko Nakajima) & Nodoka-oneesan (Hyper Misao) when Tenma, Nodoka (Aino) and Nodoka (Nakajima) pinned Nodoka (Misao) (6:20).
4. Valentine Death Match: Pom Harajuku (2) defeated Yuka Sakazaki (1).
4a. Handmade Chocolate Showdown: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Pom Harajuku by Audience Judgement (13:25)
4b. Who Ate The Wasabi Cream Puff: Pom Harajuku defeated Yuka Sakazaki (13:31).
4c. Hot Water Roasted Chocolate, Which One Can Eat More: Pom Harajuku (1) defeated Yuka Sakazaki (0) (13:40).
5. 2 Count Best 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match: Mizuki & Mahiro Kiryu (2) defeated Miyu Yamashita & Suzume (1) (3:27).
5a. Mizuki pinned Suzume with a Crab Scissors (0:28)
5b. Miyu Yamashita pinned Kiryu with a Middle Kick (3:21).
5c. Mahiro Kiryu pinned Miyu Yamashita after the Foot Stomp from Mizuki (3:27).

The main event was Best 2 out of 3 Falls with only two count pins needed to win each fall. Mizuki quickly won the first fall by countering Suzume’s Crab Hold into a Scissors Cradle. Miyu Yamashita evened the score by pinning Mahiro Kiryu. In the final fall, Mizuki used a Casadora on Yamashita to roll her in position for a Jumping Foot Stomp. Kiryu then leapt on top of Yamashita for the surprise pinfall. Yamashita blamed the loss on her forgetting the 2 count rule. Kiryu was happy to close out the Fan Club show for the second time in a row.

Yuka Sakazaki and Pom Harajuku faced off in a Valentine Death Match. The contest wasn’t dangerous at all for those two. In Round 1 random members of the audience were given two pieces of chocolate made by Sakazaki and Harajuku without being told which one was which. Afterwards they had to choose which one they liked more. After the vote it was revealed that Sakazaki’s chocolate was the winner. The second game was a cream puff eating challenge. Whoever ate the cream puff filled with wasabi would win. However the Up Up Girls (Pro Wrestling) joined them and Hikari Noa ate the wasabi puff. The game went to sudden death and Harajuku eventually ate another puff filled with wasabi to win. The final round involved the Up Up Girls all attempted to feed Sakazaki and Harajuku a piece of hot chocolate while blindfolded. Sayuri Nanba and the referee were fed the chocolate by accident but Harajuku ended up getting bite too so she ultimately won the Death Match.

Unfortunately Shoko Nakajima, Hyper Misao and Yuki Aino were all missing from the show. Luckily replacements were found, three Nodoka-oneesans! The one that looked like Aino teamed up with Nodoka Tenma while the two that looked like Nakajima and Misao were paired together. The one that looked like Misao attempted the I Am A Hero but missed and was pinned by the other three. After the match all four women bumped into each other. They tried to do a Miyu Yamashita victory pose in their stunned state but all collapsed instead.

The last time Rika Tatsumi and Haruna Neko faced off at a Fan Club show, Neko had two other tag partners for a Handicap Match. Tatsumi was confident she would win today and gave Neko a less than 1% chance of beating her. Neko got some help from the Up Up Girls but it backfired when she got a bat and hit all of her allies by accident. Tatsumi cradled Neko for the win.

The Sea Rider used by Mirai Maiumi is a Modified Camel Clutch with one knee pressed against the victim’s back.

Himawari Unagi and the trainee Aona held a quick Rock Paper Scissors tournament for the fan club members during intermission.


August 12, 2019

Saitama Warabi Wrestle Battlehouse
107 Fans – No Vacancy

0. Exhibition Match: Mirai Maiumi Vs Izumi ended in a Time Limit Draw (3:00).
1. Shoko Nakajima defeated YUMI with a European Clutch (7:42).
2. Lucha Rules: Mil Nodocaras & Yuki Caras defeated Warrior Miu & Warrior Raku when Nodocaras pinned Miu with La Magistral Cradle (6:15).
3. Three Game Series: Hikari Noa (37) defeated Yuka Sakazaki (10).
3a. Insect Catching Showdown: Yuka Sakazaki (10) defeated Hikari Noa (7).
3b. Drawing Showdown: Hikari Noa (37) defeated Yuka Sakazaki (10) by Audience Decision.
3c. Human Watermelon Split Match: Yuka Sakazaki (10) Vs Hikari Noa (37) ended in a Time Limit Draw.
4. Captain’s Fall 2 Count Match: Mizuki, Himawari Unagi & Mahiro Kiryu (C) defeated Miyu Yamashita, Rika Tatsumi & Pom Harajuku (C) (13:50).
4a. Miyu Yamashita eliminated Himawari Unagi with the Cobra Clutch (6:20).
4b. Mizuki eliminated Miyu Yamashita with a Casadora (8:09).
4c. Rika Tatsumi eliminated Mizuki with a Backwards Cradle (10:51).
4d. Mahiro Kiryu defeated Pom Harajuku with the Oklahoma Roll (13:50).

The main event was a Mystery Captain’s Fall tag match with 2 count pins needed to win. The two captains were privately chosen backstage and would not be revealed until they were eliminated from the match. That led to the wrestlers trying to figure out who the opposing captain was while they fought each other. Rika Tatsumi suffered an embarrassing moment when she approached Mizuki to shake hands but was ignored. Miyu Yamashita submitted Himawari Unagi but she was not the captain so the match continued. When Yamashita went on offence against Mizuki, Tatsumi pleaded with her to stop. That distraction allowed Mizuki to pin Yamashita with a Casadora. Tatsumi tried to wrestle Mizuki but couldn’t bring herself to do it. She was even overcome with joy when Mizuki put her in a Sleeper Hold. Pom Harajuku pushed the sleeping Tatsumi on top of Mizuki for an unexpected 2 count elimination. An upset Mizuki said she hates Tatsumi after that. Mahiro Kiryu was the last one left on her team which meant she was the captain. Tatsumi missed the Missile Hips and struck Harajuku by mistake. Kiryu capitalized and pinned Harajuku with the Oklahoma Rool. It was revealed that Harajuku was the other captain so Kiryu’s team wins! Mizuki reconciled with Tatsumi after the match.

Yuka Sakazaki and Hikari Noa were challenged to a series of games. First was a bug catching contest. They were told that 5 cicadas, 10 stag beetles, 15 rhinoceros beetles and 20 butterflies were hidden around the venue. Noa found four cicada shells and a dung beetle which earned her 7 points. Sakazaki caught two proper cicadas which was enough to win with 10 points.

The 2nd game was a drawing contest. The rules here was both girls had to wrestle a brief match and their allotted drawing time depended on how many seconds they pinned their opponent for. Noa pinned Sakazaki for four seconds so she was given 40 seconds to draw her picture. Sakazaki pinned Noa for 7 seconds so she got 70 seconds drawing time. The subject they had to draw was Sanshiro Takagi. Despite having a shorter time limit, Noa’s drawing won the fan vote and she received 30 points.

The final and deciding game was a Human Watermelon Split Match. Sayuri Nanba wore a paper balloon over their head and sat down in the ring. Sakazaki and Noa were blindfolded and their goal was to hit the balloon with their bat. Whoever hit it first got 10,000 points. However Nanba had Tetsuya Koda and the new trainee Shiori sitting down beside her to act as a misdirection. Both Sakazaki and Noa were tricked by the audience into hitting Koda over and over until the time ran out. The game was a draw but since Noa had the most overall points from the three games she was declared the winner. When the blindfolds were taken off Sakazaki couldn’t resist hitting the balloon over Nanba’s head.

For the third time The Bakuretsu Sisters overate before a fan club show and became too ill to wrestle. They were replaced by the Mexcian lucadoras Mil Nodocaras & Yuki Caras who were in the country for some sightseeing. They were in for a fight because “Iron Man” played and the Up Up Warriors rushed down to the ring! The Nodocaras Sisters used their Japanese souvenirs to successfully fight off Warrior Miu & Warrior Raku.

YUMI had the size advantage to throw Shoko Nakajima around the ring but the gap in experience prevented her from winning. Nakajima countered the Full Nelson Buster into a European Clutch for the victory.

Izumi was given a short exhibition bout with Mirai Maiumi just to give her some ring time. She will reveal her official ring name and wrestling costume at an event in Akihabara tomorrow.


July 20, 2019

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
260 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Hikari Noa defeated Mirai Maiumi with the Blue Racer (8:10).
2. Yuka Sakazaki defeated Mahiro Kiryuwith an Omoplata (8:17).
3. Nodoka Tenma, Mina Shirakawa & Himawari Unagi defeated Miyu Yamashita, YUMI & Pom Harajuku when Tenma pinned Harajuku with the Killswitch (7:58).
4. Sakisama & Misao defeated Miu Watanabe Vs Raku when Sakisama submitted Raku with the Versailles Foot Choke (11:08).
5. Maki Itoh & Mizuki defeated Shoko Nakajima & Yuki Aino when Mizuki submitted Aino with a Face Lock (10:31).
6. International Princess Title Japanese Representative Decision 4 Way Match: Natsumi Maki defeated Rika Tatsumi, Yuna Manase and Yuki Kamifuku (13:36).
6a. Natsumi Maki eliminated Yuna Manase with a Cradle (6:40).
6b. Yuki Kamifuku eliminated Rika Tatsumi with a Crucifix Pin (11:49).
6c. Natsumi Maki eliminated Yuki Kamifuku with the Backlash (13:36).

The opportunity to compete for a brand new championship means a lot to Natsumi Maki. So much so that in today’s main event she wore the wrestling gear Kairi Sane gave to her before she went to WWE! The 4 Way Match was held under elimination rules. Yuna Manase was the first to go. She attempted the Suzuki Dynamic but Maki countered it into a Rolling Cradle and Rika Tatsumi assisted with giving Manase a Facecrusher on the way down. Tatsumi was next when Yuki Kamifuku countered the Dragon Twist Of Fate into a Crucifix Pin for the upset. Maki was able to win the match entirely when she pinned Kamifuku with the Backlash. Maki said she’s only been in Tokyo Joshi Pro for half a year but there is a new wind approaching in the form of the International Princess Title. She will be a part of the new wind!

The Itoh Respect Army won today but Maki Itoh dropped a bombshell after the match. They’re splitting up! Itoh announced this to everyone but didn’t tell Mizuki about it until then so she was as surprised as everyone else. Itoh explained that they haven’t been a regular team lately so the unit should no longer exist. Also Mizuki is currently on the road to success from winning the Tokyo Princess Cup while Itoh got eliminated in the 2nd Round so that means they should be rivals. Itoh challenged Mizuki to a match at Korakuen Hall on 25th August. The two shook hands until Itoh gave Mizuki both middle fingers.

Miu Watanabe is getting stronger but she isn’t getting the wins to back her up. How strong? Strong enough to Body Slam Sakisama & Misao at the same time! However Misao put Watanabe in the Ribera Me while Sakisama submitted Raku with the Versailles Foot Choke. Watanabe called out to NEO Biishiki-gun after the match telling them that their actions are not beautiful. Misao called her a weed but Watanabe said no matter what happens to weeds they stand up again and again. She challenged them to a Princess Tag Team Titles match to prove it. Miyu Yamashita came out and told Watanabe she will be her partner. Sakisama said it is her right to choose her challengers and it is not them. They were about to leave when Yamashita asked if Sakisama was scared? Sakisama denied being scared and accepted the challenge.

The opening show announcements were interrupted when Shota came down and handed Sayuri Namba a rose with a message attached to it. The message was a receipt for NEO Biishiki-gun’s new photobook coming out this summer. Azusa Takigawa entered the ring and told Namba she has no memory of working on a photobook even though Azusa Christie appears on the cover. Tetsuya Koda ordered Takigawa to sell the photobooks anyway.

“The Gatekeeper From Hell” Demonio Uno, an old gimmick from IWA Japan, will be on the 4th August show held at a Tsurumi market. That is a very obscure gimmick to bring back.


July 13, 2019

Aichi Nagoya Sports Plaza Third Stadium
260 Fans

1. Pom Harajuku defeated YUMI with the Pom de Justice (3:59).
2. Rika Tatsumi defeated Mahiro Kiryu with the Dragon Twist Of Fate (5:58).
3. 3 Way Match: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Mina Shirakawa and Himawari Unagi when Sakazaki pinned Unagi with the Magical Girl Splash (9:36).
4. Natsumi Maki & Hikari Noa defeated Maki Itoh & Raku when Maki pinned Raku with the Backlash (8:39).
5. Mizuki, Yuna Manase & Yuki Kamifuku defeated Miyu Yamashita, Miu Watanabe & Mirai Maiumi when Mizuki pinned Maiumi with the Diving Foot Stomp (10:57).
6. Tokyo Princess Tag Team Titles: Sakisama & Misao (c) defeated Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino when Misao pinned Aino with the Vanitas (14:09).
*V1 for NEO Biishiki-gun.

Nodoka Tenma was able to bite Sakisama again but it didn’t do her team any good in the end. While they were busy fighting outside the ring, Misao got Yuki Aino where she wanted her and got the pin with the Vanitas. Sakisama mocked The Bakuretsu Sisters even more after the match. Until today she was calling them pigs but they’re really just pork on bones. Sakisama’s teasing caught a glare from Miyu Yamashita at ringside which led to the two confronting each other. Yamashita helped the sisters up and left the ring without saying a word.

Mizuki was in danger of losing when she took a Laserbeam Punch from Miu Watanabe and then a Lariat from Mirai Maiumi. But Yuna Manase & Yuki Kamifuku were there to save her. Mizuki turned things around and hit the Diving Foot Stomp for the win.

There is still some beef between Natsumi Maki and Maki Itoh that’s probably never going to go away. Itoh gave Maki the middle finger then her team jumped their opponents at the start of the match.

Today is Mahiro Kiryu’s birthday! Sayuri Nanba got the audience to wish Kiryu a happy birthday during the ring announcements. Rika Tatsumi also gave her a sash that said “Happy Birthday” on it then kicked her to start their match.