TOKYO JOSHI PRO “TOKYO PRINCESS CUP FINAL”, 07/07/2019
Tokyo Ryogoku KFC Hall
420 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Mina Shirakawa defeated Pom Harajuku with the Implant DDT (4:30).
2. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi-Final: Yuna Manase defeated Yuka Sakazaki with the Suzuki Dynamic (10:51).
3. Tokyo Princess Cup – Semi-Final: Mizuki defeated Natsumi Maki with a Cradle (7:24).
4. Nodoka Tenma, Raku & YUMI defeated Yuki Kamifuku, Himawari Unagi & Makoto Kiryu when Tenma pinned Kiryu with the Killswitch (11:04).
5. Sakisama & Misao defeated Yuki Aino & Mirai Maiumi when Sakisama pinned Maiumi with the Academy Award (10:55).
6. Shoko Nakajima, Rika Tatsumi & Hikari Noa defeated Miyu Yamashita, Maki Itoh & Miu Watanabe when Nakajima pinned Watanabe with the Northern Lights Suplex (14:14).
7. Tokyo Princess Cup – Final: Mizuki defeated Yuna Manase with the Cutie Special (17:05).
For the first time the Tokyo Princess Cup final was without a trueborn Tokyo Joshi Pro wrestler. Both Mizuki and Yuna Manase are freelancers. In the final Mizuki avoided the Suzuki Dynamic that had worked so well for Manase throughout the tournament. Instead it was Mizuki who had her hand raised when she got the pin with the Cutie Special.
Shoko Nakajima told Mizuki after the match that they will have their TOKYO Princess Title match in Osaka on 1st September. Mizuki will treat the match as a challenge but Nakajima will treat it as a shot at revenge for being eliminated by Mizuki in the 2nd round. When she left Mizuki thanked everyone for their support and she will continue to do her best so everyone can be happy together!
A Cradle reversal is what sent Mizuki to the final over Natsumi Maki. The match got pretty rough early on when both girls gave each other Hair Whips across the ring. Maki said she done it as a calculated move because she wrestles similarly to Mizuki. In her first Tokyo Joshi tournament, Maki feels she has grown amazingly from the wins and even the loss she received.
The semi-finals kicked off with Manase eliminating Yuka Sakazaki in an upset. Manase fought out of a Modified Armlock then stunned Sakazaki with a Rolling Elbow. That gave Manase the opening to give Sakazaki the Suzuki Dynamic. Sakazaki said she wanted to see Mizuki reach the final but was upset she wouldn’t be there with her.
In the 6-Woman Tag Maki Itoh and Hikari Noa kept giving each other the middle finger. Rika Tatsumi tried to put Miyu Yamashita in the Dragon Sleeper but when she couldn’t she was still able to defend herself from Yamashita’s kicks. Miu Watanabe overpowered Shoko Nakajima with the Giant Swing but her attempt at the Tear Drop was countered into a DDT. Nakajima then finished off Watanabe with the Northern Lights Suplex.
At the beginning of the show there was a contract signing between NEO Biishiki-gun and The Bakuretsu Sisters for the Tokyo Princess Tag Team Titles match next week on 13th July. The big story from the signing involved Sakisama & Misao calling Nodoka Tenma a pig causing Tenma to bite Sakisama in the arm! Sakisama fainted but was still able to wrestle later. When NEO Biishiki-gun defeated Yuki Aino & Mirai Maiumi, Tenma came out and bit Sakisama’s arm again!
For some reason Yuki Kamifuku, Himawari Unagi & Makoto Kiryu all wanted to wrestle with YUMI in their trios match.
Pom Harajuku’s shin kicking wasn’t enough to beat Mina Shirakawa. A Backfist and the Implant DDT gave Shirakawa the win.
The next TJPW trainee was introduced to the public. Izumi will have her debut match at the 25th August Korakuen Hall show. Her official ring name and match opponents will be announced at a later date.
Su Yung returns to Tokyo Joshi on 25th August. She will also be at the 1st September Osaka Edion Arena #2 show. She previously wrestled in Tokyo Joshi back in May 2018.