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.
March 3, 2018
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “LET’S GO! GO! IF YOU GO! WHEN YOU GO! IF YOU GET LOST JUST GO TO SEIJO!”, 03/03/2018
Tokyo Seijo Hall
300 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
1. Yuka Sakazaki & Riku defeated Hinano & Miu when Sakazaki pinned Hinano with a Sliding Lariat (10:02).
2. Rika Tatsumi defeated Hikari with the Dragon Sleeper (7:13).
3. Shoko Nakajima & Rika Tatsumi defeated Maki Ito & Yuki Kamifuku when Nakajima pinned Ito with the Northern Lights Suplex (14:27).
4. Miyu Yamashita & Mizuki defeated Maho Kurone & Marika Kobashi when Yamashita pinned Kobashi with the Attitude Adjustment (10:50).
5. TOKYO Princess Tag Team Titles: Saki-sama & Azusa Christie (c) defeated Yuu & Nodoka-oneesan when Christie pinned Nodoka with the Christie Agape (13:52).
*V1 for NEO Biishiki-gun.
Saki-sama felt disappointed by BRAVE☆MATES after the main event. They raised her expectations then failed to reach them. Saki nominated Marika Kobashi to be one of the next challengers even though Kobashi lost her match today. Miyu Yamashita entered the ring and offered to team with Kobashi. She accepted and told everyone she wants to beat NEO Biishiki-gun at all costs.
Hyper Misao & Shoko Nakajima were teaming together today as representatives of the Tokyo Joshi Pro Moral Committee. Misao wanted to handle a serious problem within today’s society and also pro wrestling: bad courtesy showed by young people. This is where Yuki Kamifuku comes in. She was more interested in playing with her phone than wrestling in her match. She went around the ring taking selfies and pictures of the other girls while they wrestled. She also answered a phone call while waiting on the apron for a tag. Kamifuku’s partner Maki Ito was also given some attention by the committee. Misao called her the root of all evil.
November 3, 2017
TOKYO JOSHI PRO “SMILE YES SHINKIBA”, 03/11/2017
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
291 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Shoko Nakajima defeated Yuki Kamifuku with the Northern Lights Suplex (8:40).
2. Yuu & Marika Kobashi defeated Miyu Yamashita & Maki Ito when Yuu submitted Kobashi with the Katahajime (9:54).
3. Azusa Takigawa defeated Nodoka-oneesan with a Thrust Kick (9:20).
4. Saki-sama defeated Mizuki with the Modified Foot Choke (10:30).
5. Nonoko & Yuna Manase defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Maho Kurone when Manase pinned Kurone with the W Oppai Ye ().
6. TOKYO Princess Of Princess Title: Reika Saiki (c) defeated Rika Tatsumi with the Jackhammer (15:27).
*V2 for Reika Saiki.
Reika Saiki had an answer for all of Rika Tatsumi’s offence. Saiki’s win came when she countered the Hip Attack into a Back Drop. From there Saiki hit the Shining Wizard and the Jackhammer to earn her second successful defence of the TOKYO Princess Title. Saiki announced her next defence will be at Korakuen Hall on 4th January. Miyu Yamashita came out to challenge her but Yuu came out too to do the same. Yamashita and Yuu agreed to fight each other with the winner getting the title shot against Saiki at Korakuen.
The Super Milk Combination are off to a good start by beating one half of the TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions. Part of their entrance includes a haka style dance. The W Oppai Ye is a tag team finisher where Nonoko & Yuna Manase sandwich the victim with two Body Attacks. Manase was impressed that she and Nonoko won a match without fighting each other. They are now confident they will win the tag titles on 23rd November.
After Saki-sama beat Mizuki she was challenged to a match by Azusa Takigawa. She earned her first win today but beating just anybody in Tokyo Joshi Pro isn’t enough. She must beat Saki-sama to prove herself! Saki admitted she doesn’t remember getting involved with Takigawa last month. That’s how little she means to her. If Saki-sama is a diamond, Takigawa is a stone on the roadside. If Saki-sama is the moon, Takigawa is a turtle. If Saki-sama is Vince McMahon running the WWE, Takigawa is Tetsuya Koda eating rice on his own with a key holder. She accepts the challenge and the match will take place on 23rd November.
Both Azusa Takigawa and Nodoka-oneesan were taking today’s match seriously. Neither wanted to be seen as the weakest wrestler in Tokyo Joshi. Nodoka even revealed she was wearing training gear under her usual costume. But Takigawa proved to be more determined and she pinned Nodoka with a Thrust Kick to win her first ever singles match.
Sanshiro Takagi appeared to announce the next set of debuts for Tokyo Joshi. Earlier this year DDT and the Up Up Girls idol group set up auditions for an Up Up Girls wrestling unit. Four girls passed the audition and will have their debut matches at Korakuen Hall on 4th January. The girls are Miu (18 years old, Saitama), Raku (19 years old, Tokyo), Hikari (19 years old, Hokkaido) and Hinano (19 years old, Tokyo).