TOKYO JOSHI PRO “HOW DO YOU LIKE KITAZAWA?”, 08/10/2018
Kitazawa Town Hall
260 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Yuki Kamifuku defeated Raku with the Fame Asser (6:34).
2. Maki Ito defeated Hinano with the Retractable Crab Hold (6:11).
3. Yuu defeated Miu with the Ippon (6:19).
4. Azusa Takigawa Vs Yuna Manase ended in a No Contest (8:38). (Special Referee: Nonoko)
5. Reika Saiki defeated Hikari with the Tower Bridge (8:34).
6. Priscilla Kelly & Shoko Nakajima defeated Miyu Yamashita & Hyper Misao when Kelly pinned Misao with the Osteoporosis (11:43).
7. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles: Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki (c) defeated Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino when Sakazaki pinned Aino with the Magical Magical Girl Splash (14:43).
*V1 for The Magical Sugar Rabbits.
The run of victories the Bakuretsu Sisters have been racking up was brought to an end today by the Magical Sugar Rabbits. Things were going well for the challengers until Yuki Aino’s Side Suplex was countered into a Complete Shot by Yuka Sakazaki. Sakazaki hit a Sliding Lariat and Mizuki followed up with the Diving Foot Stomp. One Magical Magical Girl Splash later and it was a first successful defence for the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions. Sakazaki hugged Nodoka Tenma after the match, finally paying attention to her. Mizuki said the first title defence is always hard. Sakazaki said today is the beginning of a long journey for them but she thinks it’s fun to work hard like this. The Rabbits ended the show by wishing everyone a Happy Halloween.
Hyper Misao was the first person to welcome Priscilla Kelly back to Japan. However she still remembers their match from Korakuen Hall back in August and wants to get revenge for her defeat. Kelly was able to lick both Misao and Miyu Yamashita during the match. She also licked the TOKYO Princess Title belt after the match was over. Yamashita described Kelly’s wrestling rhythm as being different from the other girls, probably because she is a foreign wrestler. Yamashita was distracted by Kelly’s licking antics but she hopes to hit the finishing blow in their title match next week. Kelly doesn’t care that the match is taking place in Yamashita’s hometown. She came here to win her first championship in Japan and they should be already engraving her name in the belt’s title history.
During the week Azusa Takigawa and Yuna Manase participated in a meeting with Sanshiro Takagi to discuss the Forbidden Three rules used by Tokyo Joshi Pro. They agreed that changes needed to be made but went in separate directions with their ideas for solutions. Takigawa wanted there to be 7 less strict rules to be in effect while Manase wanted no rules at all. Takagi decided that the winner of a match between the two would decide whose idea would be chosen. Nonoko was already chosen as the special referee due to her history with both women. Unfortunately she couldn’t handle the task at hand and cried whenever the pressure got too much to handle, preventing her from counting any pins. Soon Takigawa and Manase fought over Nonoko, pulling her in a tug-of-war until Nonoko pulled both of them into a Double Boinmaker. Nonoko began crying again and the match had to be called off. When both girls got back up they wondered if a draw meant there are now 3.5 rules in effect. Tetsuya Koda said that the original three rules are still active for now and they will revisit the problem on 27th October.
Holy crap Yuki Kamifuku won a match! It took 14 months but she finally did it!
Three trainees were delighted to learn that they will get their debut matches this November. Kyou, Yumi and Haruna all found out at the same time as the audience. They each said they were surprised by the news and promised to do their best. There was also an announcement that Mina Shirakawa will become part of the Tokyo Joshi roster in November. She posed in a bikini to celebrate and said that she thinks about pro wrestling every day ever since it came into her life. Her goal is to embody Glamorous Strong Style!