April 1, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “YOKODAI STATION EVENT WRESTLING PART 1”, 31/03/2018
Kanagawa JR Yokodai Station
1. Miyu Yamashita defeated Nodoka-oneesan with the Attitude Adjustment (6:47).
2. Marika Kobashi Vs Maho Kurone ended in a Time Limit Draw (10:00).
3. Pro Wrestling BASARA Offer Match: Ryuichi Sekine defeated SAGAT with the Combine (8:09).
4. Pro Wrestling BASARA Offer Match: Isami Kodaka defeated Takato Nakano with a Cradle (7:15).
5. Syoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki defeated Yuu & Hikari when Nakajima pinned Hikari with the Northern Lights Suplex (9:33).
A bucket of water was the key item used in the Isami Kodaka Vs Takato Nakano match. Nakano (and a few spectators) got soaked by Kodaka.
Marika Kobashi had Maho Kurone in a Guillotine Choke when the time ran out.
Some of the wrestlers held exercise classes for the people in attendance before both shows.
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “YOKODAI STATION EVENT WRESTLING PART 2”, 31/03/2018
Kanagawa JR Yokodai Station
1. Yuka Sakazaki defeated Raku with the Magical Girl Splash (5:24).
2. Rika Tatsumi defeated Miu with the Dragon Twist Of Fate (8:05).
3. Pro Wrestling BASARA Offer Match: Isami Kodaka Vs SAGAT ended in a Double Countout (3:41).
4. Pro Wrestling BASARA Offer Match: Ryuichi Sekine Vs Takato Nakano ended in a No Contest when Isami Kodaka and SAGAT interfered (8:38).
5. Emergency Decision 4 Way Match: SAGAT defeated Isami Kodaka, Ryuichi Sekine and Takato Nakano when SAGAT pinned Nakano with the Goregrind (5:47).
6. Miyu Yamashita & Marika Kobashi defeated Syoko Nakajima & Hyper Misao when Yamashita pinned Misao with the Attitude Adjustment (9:54).
A nearby slide was used by a few of the girls in their matches. Syoko Nakajima used it to slide into Kobashi. Yuka Sakazaki and Raku also used it while they were chasing each other.
Kobashi said after the main event that she is on a diet and also doing muscle training to prepare for her TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles match with Reika Saiki.
Kodaka complained about wrestling in the cold outdoors. He then brawled with SAGAT away from the ring area so they were both counted out. They later returned during the other BASARA match right when Ryuichi Sekine was about to submit Nakano with the Let’s Combine. The match was called off and all of the BASARA wrestlers agreed to have a 4 Way Match to make up for their blunders. The buckets of water returned and soaked everyone from the wrestlers to the audience who could not run away fast enough.
Rika Tatsumi escaped from Miu’s Canadian Backbreaker to win with the Twist Of Fate.
Sakazaki went in search of small children to hug after she won.
March 21, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO ITABASHI!”, 21/03/2018
Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
250 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Nodoka-oneesan & Hinano defeated Miu & Raku when Nodoka pinned Raku with the Backflip (5:22).
2. Mizuki defeated Hikari with a Facelock (6:40).
3. Yuu defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Katahajime (5:54).
4. Rika Tatsumi & Maho Kurone defeated Reika Saiki & Shoko Nakajima when Tatsumi pinned Nakajima with the Missile Hips (11:54).
5. Special Rule Match – 30 Count Outside: Yuka Sakazaki Vs Hyper Misao ended in a Double Countout (7:19).
5a. 1 Count Fall Match: Yuka Sakazaki defeated Hyper Misao with the Sliding Lariat (1:02).
6. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles Match: Saki-sama & Azusa Christie (c) defeated Miyu Yamashita & Marika Kobashi when Christie pinned Kobashi with the Christie Agape (11:15).
*V2 for NEO Biishiki-gun.
Marika Kobashi didn’t waste any time in getting her hands on NEO Biishiki-gun and attack them before the match began. The champions regrouped and Saki-sama kept Miyu Yamashita occupied while Azusa Christie pinned Kobashi with the Christie Agape. Afterwards Saki said what Kobashi did to them at the start was cowardly. NEO Biishiki-gun didn’t just choose to become the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions, the championship chose them. She told Kobashi to leave but instead Reika Saiki came out. Saiki challenged the champions to a title match but instead of teaming with Yamashita, Saiki will team with Kobashi! Saiki said she has a good eye for talent and she thinks Kobashi can become stronger. Yamashita stared at Saki-sama then gave Saiki her blessing to team with Kobashi. Christie called them rude but she understands they will always go after Saki-sama like insects attracted to a light bulb because they are jealous of Saki’s beauty. Saki accepted the challenge but only because she was in a good mood. After she left, Saiki told Kobashi that it is not that sweet to be strong. Kobashi said she doesn’t care about being sweet, she doesn’t want to be a loser anymore!
Hyper Misao and Yuka Sakazaki agreed to include a 30 count outside the ring for their match. They used the extra time to fight around the room. Sakazaki rolled up Misao in one of the ring mats. Misao escaped and made it back to the ring on the 29th count. Another fight outside led to the girls finding a shopping cart and they pushed it into each other. This time they were both counted out. They asked for a rematch and Tetsuya Koda would only grant it if it was under 1 Count Pinfall rules due to time restraints. The match restarted and Sakazaki won with a Sliding Lariat.
Rika Tatsumi is building up momentum for her TOKYO Princess Title Match. She pinned Shoko Nakajima in her tag match today by escaping the Northern Lights Suplex and hitting the Missile Hips for the three count.
Yuki Kamifuku tried to distract Yuu by complimenting her new hairstyle. Kamifuku later said she would beat Yuu with a Sleeper Hold of her own. Yuu Chopped her to pieces and made her tap to the Katahajime.
Tokyo Joshi Pro’s resident ring announcer Yuki Aino announced at the start of the show she will be graduating from her role in April. However she is doing this so she can debut as a pro wrestler! Aino originally joined Tokyo Joshi to become a wrestler and was part of the same class as Maho Kurone. Unfortunately she gave up her plan when she was unable to balance wrestling training with her other studies. She stuck around to be the ring announcer and became friends with the rest of the roster. Watching her friends wrestle motivated her to get back to training at the end of last year and switch schools so she can juggle both correctly. She is now ready to debut at the 3rd March Korakuen Hall show teaming with Nodoka-oneesan against two unknown opponents.
The new ring announcer beginning in May is Sayuri Nanba. She also originally applied for a role on DDT’s AbemaTV program “DDT Thursday The NIGHT” but she was offered this gig instead.
February 12, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO NAGOYA!”, 12/02/2018
Nagoya City Robashi Sports Center Kendo Area
294 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Raku & Miu defeated Hikari & Hinano when Miu submitted Hinano with the Canadian Backbreaker (4:50).
2. Nodoka-oneesan defeated Marika Kobashi with the WAR Special (5:56).
3. Rika Tatsumi & Maho Kurone defeated Mizuki & Hyper Misao when Tatsumi pinned Misao with the Missile Hips (10:10).
4. Saki-sama & Azusa Christie defeated Yuu & Yuki Kamifuku when Saki-sama submitted Kamifuku with the Versailles Foot Choke (12:38).
5. Yuka Sakazaki defeated Samara with the Magical Girl Splash (8:24).
6. Shoko Nakajima & Yuna Manase defeated Miyu Yamashita & Maki Ito when Manase pinned Ito with the Kakato Drop (15:16).
Yuna Manase felt “amazingly happy” after winning the main event and getting to do the show closing speech for the first time. She credited Shoko Nakajima for keeping her safe throughout the match, which allowed her to work hard. They closed out the show by taking suggestions from the audience for delicious food to eat in Nagoya. They decided on miso cutlet, chicken wings and deep fried shrimp.
Yuka Sakazaki did the Magical Girl Splash twice to beat Samara. Sakazaki didn’t hit the move properly the first time so took the risk to do it again. It paid off.
Today’s show was the first time Saki-sama has ever visited Nagoya. After she and Azusa Christie won their match, Saki-sama told everyone she wanted to buy a Golden Shachihoko statue. Christie promised she would schedule an appointment with the governor of Nagoya at once to do that. When that is done they can then focus their attention to the next Tokyo Joshi Pro show in Shinkiba. Saki said NEO Biishiki-gun will successfully defend the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles against the blue and black pigs that make up the BRAVE☆MATES at that show. Christie corrected Saki by telling her the title match is taking place in Seijo a few weeks later. Some of the fans laughed at Saki’s mistake and that made Christie angry. Christie called them rude and NEO Biishiki-gun left the ring.
Even though Hyper Misao was on the opposite team as Rika Tatsumi, Misao wanted to help Tatsumi with her crush on Mizuki. First, they want to get #好きです辰巳リカ trending on Twitter (I think it means “I Like Rika Tatsumi”) She encouraged Tatsumi to start the match with Mizuki but she was too smitten to do anything until Mizuki and Maho Kurone got the match going. Tatsumi won the match by pinning Misao but she chased after Mizuki when it was over.
Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, Nodoka-oneesan asked if anybody in the audience was already gifted with chocolate this week. When some people raised their hands, Nodoka told them she loves white chocolate and will be waiting to get some from them.
February 3, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO NERIMA!”, 03/02/2018
Tokyo Nerima Coconeri Hall
412 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Mizuki defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Diving Foot Stomp (5:41).
2. Miyu Yamashita, Raku & Hinano defeated Rika Tatsumi, Hikari & Miu when Yamashita pinned Hikari with the Attitude Adjustment (8:54).
3. Yuna Manase defeated Hyper Misao with the Kakato Drop (6:35).
4. Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan defeated Maho Kurone & Samara when Nodoka pinned Samara with the Backflip (8:30).
5. Nonoko Graduation Match: Nonoko defeated Maki Ito with the Pai Fly Flow (9:17).
6. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles: Saki-sama & Azusa Christie defeated Shoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki (c) when Saki-sama pinned Sakazaki with the Two Step Face Kick (13:51).
*Miraclians fail in V3. NEO Biishiki-gun becomes the 2nd TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions!
NEO Biishiki-gun won the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles but that was not enough to satisfy Saki-sama. She attacked Yuka Sakazaki after the match and complained that the title belts are worthless compared to the beauty and strength of NEO Biishiki-gun. When she threw the belts aside, Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan entered the ring to confront her. Saki-sama called them pigs but Nodoka said pigs are stronger than the doll store clerks you find in Harajuku. The BRAVE☆MATES threw out a challenge for the belts and Saki-sama agreed to having the match in Nagoya.
Nonoko’s final match in Tokyo Joshi Pro ends with a win over Maki Ito. Nonoko’s chest guarded her from Ito’s Headbutts until Nonoko was able to hit the Pai Fly Flow for the pin. For her graduation ceremony she received gifts and bouquets from Marika Kobashi, Yuna Manase, Yuu and Rika Tatsumi. Tatsumi also prepared a speech for Nonoko, talking about how close together their debuts were (one month apart) and also how they lived together for a while. Tatsumi calls Nonoko an indispensable part of Tokyo Joshi and the place will be lonelier without her. Tatsumi will support whatever activity Nonoko will move onto next and hopefully in return Nonoko will make her a delicious meal again. Nonoko said she never found a place like Tokyo Joshi that let her celebrate life so much. Last year she read an article in Zexy magazine about a bride talking about how wonderful her wedding was. Today Nonoko feels the same way. There are so many things she learned here and everyone has become family to her, even her rivals. Nonoko received her paper tape and celebrated her graduation when Azusa Christie appeared. Christie handed her one last bouquet and left before the commemorative group photo was taken.
Hyper Misao came up with an idea to help Yuna Manase prepare for her title match against Miyu Yamashita. Misao brought along a homemade cardboard championship and pretended to be Yamashita so Manase could learn how to fight her. The problem was Misao didn’t know how to act like Yamashita and couldn’t do her moves properly. Manase was able to beat her anyway and was rewarded with the cardboard belt.
January 20, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO THE PRINCE!”, 20/01/2018
Tokyo BASEMENT MON☆STAR
150 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Raku & Hikari defeated Miu & Hinano when Hikari submitted Miu with a Leg Roll Clutch (6:48).
2. Mizuki defeated Hyper Misao with the Cutie Special (7:41).
3. Yuu, Nodoka-oneesan & Maki Ito defeated Rika Tatsumi, Maho Kurone & Yuki Kamifuku when Nodoka pinned Kamifuku with the Backflip (9:14).
4. Saki-sama & Azusa Christie defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Marika Kobashi whn Christie pinned Kobashi with the Christie Agape (14:45).
5. Miyu Yamashita & Shoko Nakajima defeated Nonoko & Yuna Manase when Yamashita pinned Nonoko with the Crash Rabbit Heat (14:33).
Nonoko thanked Miyu Yamashita & Shoko Nakajima for being her opponents one last time today. They were there when Nonoko joined Tokyo Joshi Pro back in 2013. Back then Nonoko only had a vague concept of what pro wrestling is. She thinks she has become a respectable wrestler since then and she has Yamashita & Nakajima to thank for that. Nonoko also has a request for Yamashita. She wants her to defend the TOKYO Princess Title against Yuna Manase! Yamashita agreed to do it because she is self-admittedly a good girl.
Nonoko’s final match will be on 3rd February and she picked Maki Ito to be her last opponent. Nonoko admitted she’s been jealous of Ito ever since she appeared in Tokyo Joshi. Ito complained about her banner falling off the wall at some point during the show and promised it will be fixed in time for their match.
Saki-sama insulted Yuka Sakazaki by calling her a cockatiel after the match. She thought Sakazaki could try the full course but she couldn’t even beat the appetiser today. Azusa Christie calmly told Sakazaki to carefully store the Tokyo Princess Tag Team Title belts for her so she won’t damaged the leather.
Nodoka-oneesan motivated her partners to exercise with her before their match. It seemed to have worked because Nodoka pulled off a rare win as a result.
Hyper Misao tried to play mind games with Mizuki by saying Rika Tatsumi is cuter than her. The plan didn’t work.
The rest of the Up Up Girls have figured out how much of a killer move Miu’s Canadian Backbreaker is. Raku & Hikaru did what they could to stop Miu from doing the move. Hikaru ended up countering the hold ino a Leg Roll Clutch to win the match. This was her first victory after taking the fall in the previous Up Up Girls matches. The group later performed a song in the ring and talked about their wrestling goals. They all want to challenge for a championship except for Hinano. She just wants her Twitter account to be verified.
January 7, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO OSAKA!”, 07/01/2018
Osaka Hirano Community Hall
397 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Raku & Miu defeated Hikari & Hinano when Miu submitted Hikari with the Canadian Backbreaker (6:40).
2. Yuka Sakazaki defeated Nodoka-oneesan with the Magical Girl Splash (12:23).
3. Syoko Nakajima defeated Hyper Misao with the Northern Lights Suplex (12:45).
4. Rika Tatsumi, Maho Kurone & Mizuki defeated Nonoko, Yuna Manase & Yuki Kamifuku when Tatsumi pinned Kamifuku with the Dragon Twist Of Fate (13:43).
5. Saki-sama & Azusa Christie defeated Yuu & Marika Kobashi when Christie pinned Kobashi with the Christie Agape (12:32).
6. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Miyu Yamashita (c) defeated Veda Scott with the Crash Rabbit Heat (12:28).
*V1 for Miyu Yamashita.
Three days after she won the TOKYO Princess Title for the second time, Miyu Yamashita marked her first defence of the reign. Veda Scott targeted Yamashita’s right leg until she could land the Back Drop. But Yamashita kicked out and her leg was in good enough condition to kick her way to victory. Yamashita admitted she put herself in a dangerous position to take the match so soon after her title win but she proved she has enough power to defend the belt in these situations. She is a champion so she must defeat her opponents anytime, anywhere and against anyone.
An odd stipulation was added to the Syoko Nakajima Vs Hyper Misao match. If either girl spoke English during the match they would have to drink a glass of apple cider vinegar. Nakajima quickly fell in a trap when Misao put her in a hold and Nakajima grabbed the ropes and shouted “Break!” After she took a drink she asked in Japanese why did Misao create this rule. When Misao wouldn’t answer, Nakajima grabbed her hair until Misao shouted “Hair!” in English. More English words were said and they drank more glasses of vinegar until the finish of the match.
Yuka Sakazaki rolled up Nodoka-oneesan inside one of the floor mats outside the ring. She then climbed the top ropes and dropped onto Nodoka. Nodoka later did the same to Sakazaki.
The teams were switched around for the second Up Up Girls match but the result was the same as the first time. Miu submitted Hikari with the Canadian Backbreaker.