TOKYO JOSHI PRO “BRAND NEW WRESTLING ~THE BEGINNING OF THE NEW ERA~”, 26/08/2017
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
927 Fans – No Vacancy
1. Yuki Kamifuku Debut Match: Mizuki & Nonoko defeated Yuna Manase & Yuki Kamifuku when Mizuki pinned Kamifuku with the Cutie Special (10:35).
2. Idol Lumberjack Death Match: Maki Ito defeated Azusa Takigawa with a Retractable Crab Hold (8:52). (Referee: Sanshiro Takagi)
3. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Future Girl 3 Way Match: Yuu (c) defeated Nodoka-oneesan and Marika Kobashi when Yuu pinned Nodoka with the Last Ride (8:14).
*V1 for Yuu.
4. International Single Match: Shoko Nakajima defeated Solo Darling with the Northern Lights Suplex (10:50).
5. Special Single Match: Meiko Satomura defeated Miyu Yamashita by TKO with a Sleeper Hold (10:47).
6. Dream Dragon Bombers Vs NEO Biishiki-gun: Rika Tatsumi, Maho Kurone & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Saki-sama, Martha & Yukio Saint Laurent when Tatsumi pinned Saki-nami with the Hip Attack (10:36).
7. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Reika Saiki defeated Yuka Sakazaki (c) with the Jackhammer (14:13).
*Yuka Sakazaki fails in V1. Reika Saiki becomes the 4th TOKYO Princess Of Princess Champion!
Reika Saiki is now the top girl of Tokyo Joshi Pro after becoming the new TOKYO Princess Of Princess Champion! Fortune was on her side when she previously beat the champion Yuka Sakazaki in the final of the Tokyo Princess Cup earlier this month. Success came again when Saiki rolled away from Sakazaki’s Magical Girl Splash. She then hit two Shining Wizards and the Jackhammer to win the championship. Saiki said when she discovered her muscles and then discovered pro wrestling it was a dream combination for her.
In preparation for the confrontation between the Dragon Bombers and NEO Biishiki-gun, Rika Tatsumi has spent her days training her hips to become more powerful. After all, she was going to team with the Hip Attack master Shiro Koshinaka. The training paid off when Tatsumi pinned Saki-sama with the Hip Attack while Koshinaka and Maho Kurone kept the rest of the opposition at bay. Saki-nami protested by saying it was only a two count but fainted when she realised she lost.
Miyu Yamashita went into her match against Meiko Satomura with something to prove. Satomura wasn’t impressed with Yamashita when they last fought at “JUDGEMENT 2017” back in March. Yamashita tried her best but was put away with the Death Valley Bomb followed by a Sleeper Hold. After the match Satomura waited for Yamashita to stand back up before gesturing at her to come over. Yamashita slapped Satomura across the face and demanded a rematch. Impressed by her courage, Satomura honoured Yamashita for a good match and left.
Shoko Nakajima defeated Sojo Darling in Darling’s first match for Tokyo Joshi Pro. The two bonded over their costumes and were full of praise for each other afterwards. Nakajima called Darling an “amazing monster” and is excited to discover how many more exist overseas. If Darling travelled all the way to Japan then Nakajima thinks she can go wrestle abroad too. Darling said Nakajima is a wonderful athlete and her Northern Lights Suplex is a tremendous finishing move.
Yuu overcame the numbers disadvantage to beat Marika Kobashi and Nodoka-oneesan in an Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title defence. Yuu thanked the fans for supporting her as she achieved her dream of winning and defending the championship. She was interrupted by DDT Producer Danshoku Dino. He said he didn’t want to go near Tokyo Joshi Pro because he doesn’t like girls but he had to come here for business reasons. He told Yuu that the next scheduled defence of the Iron Man Title will be at DDT’s next Korakuen Hall show on 24th September in a Battle Royal. So if Yuu is still the champion she will have to be there. Both Kobashi and Nodoka tried to sneak pins on Yuu when Dino was finished but she escaped from both of them.
Azusa Takigawa and Maki Ito finally settled their grudge in an Idol Lumberjack Death Match. NωA and Cheer♥1 were the lumberjacks and they were all armed with Pico Pico Hammers to attack the wrestlers whenever they were outside the ring. Sanshiro Takagi was also there as the referee. Ito entered to a LinQ song but she demanded to cut it off because she was fired from the group. So she sang “I’m Not In Love Anymore” by Makihara Noriyuki for the rest of the entrance until Takigawa attacked her. The two fought out of the ring and ran away from the lumberjacks up to the entrance stage. Takagi followed them and hit both of them over the head with his Pico Pico Hammer to make them return to the ring. Ito put Takigawa in a Crab Hold but Takigawa reached the ropes. Ito pulled her away and changed the submission into an Elevated Crab Hold to make Takigawa give up. Ito told all the lumberjacks to go home because they weren’t needed anymore. They all threw their hammers at her.
Yuki Kamifuku came out for her debut match wearing sunglasses, a ten gallon hat and hot pants. She was pinned by Mizuki with the Cutie Special. In her backstage interview Kamifuku complained about being sore and tired. She also wanted to go drink some sake but was warned it is against the rules for Tokyo Joshi wrestlers do drink alcohol.
The TOKYO Princess Tag Team Title belts were shown off in public for the first time. A single elimination tournament will be held in September and October to determine the first champions. The 7 teams announced are:
Muscle Strikers: Reika Saiki & Miyu Yamashita
Miraclians: Yuka Sakazaki & Syoko Nakajima
BRAVE☆MATES: Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan
Dragon Bombers: Rika Tatsumi & Maho Kurone
Ito Respect Corps: Maki Ito & Mizuki
Konkatsu-gun: Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko
trick student: Yuna Manase & Marika Kobashi