TOKYO JOSHI PRO “GENGHIS KHAN KIRISHIMA PRESENTS TJPW PPV SHOW 4 ~11 VS 11 SEASONAL RIVALRY THE☆BATTLE 2021~”, 29/05/2021
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.