STARDOM Results 4/29/21: Artists of STARDOM Titles Defense


STARDOM results from Miyagi, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Sendai PIT on 4/29/21: 

AZM and Hina beat Ruaka and Rina when AZM submitted Rina in 7:58.

Momo Watanabe beat Lady C by face lock chicken wing submission in 7:51.

Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Syuri and Maika.

Giulia, NatsuPoi, and Himeka beat Mayu Iwatani, Starlight Kid, and Hanan when NatsuPoi got the fall on Hanan in 14:14.

Artists of STARDOM Champions Tam Nakano, Mina Shirakawa, and Sayaka Unagi beat Natsuko Tora, Konami, and Fukigen Death when Shirakawa pinned Death in 13:28. The Cosmic Angels are tied in the record books with four successful Artists defenses. The other teams were Mayu Iwatani, Tam Nakano, and Saki Kashima.... Mayu Iwatani, Hiroyo Matsumoto, and Miho Wakizawa. After the match, Shirakawa spoke to the crowd in English about their win and Unagi translated in English for her.

The Cinderella Tournament will continue after the second half event ended up getting postponed due to the virus pandemic state of emergency in Japan. The second round will take place now on 5/14/21 at Korakuen Hall. A third show has now been added out of this situation for the semifinals and finals  on 5/29/21 at Ota City General Gymnasium. No word on if the finals will air live in some format considering it is one of the major shows. 

ROH Women’s Wednesday Results 4/28/21, Women’s Title Tournament News

The reboot of the Ring Of Honor women’s division premiered on YouTube on 4/28/21 with a show called ROH Women’s Division Wednesday. It was taped from Baltimore, Maryland, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at UMBC Event Center. Ian Riccaboni, Caprice Coleman, and Maria Kanellis-Bennett were the broadcast team. There was only one match on the card and the whole thing lasted 25 minutes.

Quinn McKay opened the show but she wasn’t with everyone else at the venue by the looks of things. She said this would be a weekly show leading up to a women’s title tournament this summer for the vacant ROH Women’s Title. She said Maria Kanellis-Bennett is a member of the ROH Board who will  announce the first name in the tournament on next week’s show. She then turned the show over to Maria at the venue.

Maria walked out on stage and gave a commanding and almost heel level promo. She said as a member of the ROH Board, she was bringing back the ROH Women’s Division. She recapped McKay’s notes on the title tournament this summer. She said tonight was going to be all about new faces getting the stage for a chance to impress. She walked over to the broadcast table and became a friendly babyface full of smiles with a happy change of tone.

Hyan and Laynie Luck went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Rok-C and Max The Impaler. Everyone but Max respected the code of honor and shook hands while Max stormed out of the ring in frustration. All four women are well known to indie pro wrestling fans. Hyan and Rok-C are stars out of Texas who have been getting work in other promotions around the country. Luck is currently the Zelo Pro Wrestling Women’s Champion and the Freelance Underground Independent Champion. Max has held the OVW Women’s Title, the IWA Mid-South Women’s Title, and the H20 Women’s Title.

GAEA Special Event Disrupted By The Pandemic Again


The one night return of GAEA which was set for 4/29/21 at Ota City General Gymnasium has been postponed once again because of the virus pandemic and the current state of emergency in Japan.  It was originally scheduled for 4/15/20 at Korakuen Hall but they decided to delay it until this year over the pandemic as well. No new rescheduled date has been announced so far. 

This is the card lineup:

Chihiro Hashimoto, Mika Iwata, and mystery partner (representing Sendai Girls) vs. Mio Momono, Rin Kadokura, and X (representing Marvelous) in an elimination match. The winning promotion gets control of the AAAW Titles brought out of retirement.

Chigusa Nagayo, KAORU, and Sakura Hirota vs. Meiko Satomura, Chikayo Nagashima, and Toshie Uematsu 

DASH Chisako vs. Hibiki in a Hardcore Match

Manami, Yurika Oka, and KANON vs. Mei Hoshizuki, Mikoto Shindo, and Maria

Sakura Hirota vs. The Great Sasuke

CIMA vs. Leo Isaka

STARDOM Results 4/24/21


STARDOM results from Hamamatsu City, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Act City Hamamatsu Exhibition Event Hall on 4/24/21:

Starlight Kid beat Lady C by submission with a Texas Cloverleaf in 7:09.

The 3-Way Match with Mayu Iwatani vs. Momo Watanabe vs. AZM ended in a Triple Count Out Draw as they exchanged dives on each other to the outside and the action went to the floor in 10:38.

Tam Nakano, Mina Shirakawa, and Sayaka Unagi went to a 15-minute time limit draw Himeka, Maika, and NatsuPoi. The Donna Del Mondo members want a future Artists of STARDOM Title shot. 

Giulia and Syuri beat Natsuko Tora and Ruaka when Syuri submitted Ruaka to the Sharpshooter in 12:33.

Konami and Fukigen Death beat Utami Hayshishita and Saya Kamitani when Fukigen pinned Kamitani with a reversal in 11:32. 

The 4/25 event in Osaka has been cancelled due to the state of emergency in Japan because of the virus pandemic. The Artists of STARDOM Titles match with Cosmic Angels defending against Oedo Tai that was scheduled for it has been moved to the 4/29 show in Sendai.

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 4/24/21: Sena Shiori Final Match and Status Update


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Itabashi Green Hall on 4/24/21 (to air on WRESTLE UNIVERSE as VOD in a few days):

Maki Itoh and Arisu Endo beat Nao Kakuta and Moka Miyamoto when Itoh submitted Miyamoto with the Itoh Special in 9:51.

Hyper Misao won a 3-Way Match over Pom Harajuku and Mahiro Kiryu by pinning Harajuku with a cradle in 11:01.

Marika Kobashi, Yuki Kamifuku, and Raku beat Nodoka Tenma, Yuki Aino, and Haruna Neko when Kobashi pinned Neko with the Tornado Bulldog in 11:29.

Hikari Noa pinned Sena Shiori with the Blizzard Suplex in 8:50. This was Shiori’s last match at least for a while based on her post match comments. The company announced this week that she suffers from a chronic illness and was advised by doctors to stop wrestling in order to hopefully fully recover. In her promo she thanked the fans for their support but she said she is “graduating” from wrestling due to her illness but she is not retiring and hopes to be back one day.

Miyu Yamashita, Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki, and Shoko Nakajima beat Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe, Mirai Maiumi, and Suzume when Nakajima pinned Watanabe with a Northern Lights Suplex in 13:07. Nakajima cut a promo to close the show and talked about not seeing the fans for a while because of the state of emergency in Japan. They plan to live stream the 5/1, 5/4, and 5/5 events with no fans. They're postponing the 5/9 show because that one was supposed to be exclusively with fans in attendance who subscribe to WRESTLE UNIVERSE.

Ice Ribbon “Spring is Short, So you Maidens Should Fight!!!” Result 4/24/21


Ice Ribbon “Spring is Short, So you Maidens Should Fight!!!” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 4/24/2021 live on Nico:

Nao Ishikawa, Thekla, Totoro Satsuki, and Ram Kaichow beat Banny Oikawa, Hamuko Hoshi, Yappy, and Miku Aono when Thekla pinned Hoshi with a Japanese leg roll clutch in 7:42.

Ibuki Hoshi won a 3-Way Match over Saori Anou and Totoro Satsuki by pinning Anou in 4:03. Today is Hoshi’s birthday.

Akane Fujita vs. Mochi Miyagi vs. Risa Sera vs. Rina Yamashita ended in a no-contest with comedy antics when the match turned it into a faux baseball game in the ring. This was to help promote a baseball themed event on 7/7/21 at Ueno Park. 

Triangle Ribbon Champion Uno Matsuya won a 3-Way Match over Cherry and Tae Honma by submitting Honma in 7:20. The stream went out for a bit but apparently Thekla got involved and ran off the belt.

Masashi Takeda beat Suzu Suzuki in an intergender Hardcore Match by referee stoppage with the Megaraba and holding a large pair of scissors over her forehead. They used chairs, a stapler and a ladder as some of the other weapons. Suzuki bled pretty bad from her head but she did not give up. She will have upcoming Hardcore Matches against Jun Kasai on 5/5 and Isami Kodaka on 5/9.

Kurumi Hiiragi and Hiroyo Matsumoto beat International Ribbon Tag Team Champions Maika Ozaki and Maya Yukihi to win the titles when Hiiragi pinned Ozaki with a German Suplex in 17:39 to close out an explosive high impact sequence to the match. This is Hiiragi’s sixth tag titles win. She has held them four times Tsukushi and once with Mochi Miyagi. Matsumoto won them previously with Hamuko Hoshi.

ICExfinity Champion Tsukasa Fujimoto pinned Tsukushi Haruka with the Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex in 17:14. This is was a match of the year contender. Fujimoto cut a promo afterwards and promised she would face Tsukushi again.

STARDOM Cancels Several Shows This Spring


Japan has declared a state of emergency because the virus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the world with more cases of COVID-19. As a result, STARDOM has announced the shows scheduled for 4/25/21, 4/30/21, 5/7/21, 5/8/21, and 5/9/21 have been cancelled.

The 4/30/21 show was supposed to be the second round and finals of the Cinderella Tournament. They are debating if it will now become streaming show with no fans.

Their shows for 4/29, 5/2/, 5/4, and 5/5 are still planned to take place as of this writing. 

KAORU To Retire On 8/8/21 Milestone


KAORU will retire at the Marvelous event on 8/8/21 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. That date is exactly the 35th Anniversary of her debut. She is 52.

KAORU was trained by Jaguar Yokota at the legendary All-Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling dojo. She had her first match with AJW against  Megumi Kudo on 8/8/86.

The 8/8 date is also a special one for a couple of others in Marvelous. Chiguysa Nagayo debuted on 8/8/80. Mikoto debuted on 8/8/18.

Hana Kimura Memorial Show Will Stream Live On 5/23/21


Hana Kimura's Memorial Match will take place at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo on 5/23/21. It will be available to watch around the world on live stream but the name of the platform that will broadcast it has not been revealed yet. The event is sold out. 

The card will made up of three matches yet to be announced but Kagetsu, ASUKA, and Kaori Yoneyama will be part of it in some form. There were also be a memorial ceremony. Bell Time is 11:30am Japan Time which means 10:30pm EST on 5/22/21.

Hana Kimura passed away on 5/23/20. Her mother Kyoko Kimura has been a strong advocate against cyber bullying ever since.

Thunder Rosa Joins AEW Broadcast Team, Names In The Crowd


Thunder Rosa was doing commentary on the Spanish feed broadcast for tonight’s AEW Dynamite. 

Willow Nightingale, Tesha Price, Lindsay Snow, Madi Wrenkowski, and Raychell Rose were some of the women around the front row during the show. All of them but Snow could likely be part of next week’s AEW Dark programming on YouTube. Snow lives in the Jacksonville area and is regularly in the “wrestler crowd” for many AEW events but she’s currently out of action recovering from an injury.

GAEA Special Event Lineup For 4/29/21


GAEA will have its one-night special return show on 4/29/21 in Tokyo, Japan at Ota City General Gymnasium. It's being called GAEAISM- Decade of a Quater Century- to commemorate the first GAEA event which took place on 4/15/1995. This was originally set to take place last year for the actual 25th Anniversary but it was postponed due to the virus pandemic concerns. 

We haven't received any information on if the show will be streaming live anywhere but our correspondent Tomi Yamada will be attending and she will hopefully send over the results to us. Here is the card:

Chihiro Hashimoto, Mika Iwata, and mystery partner (representing Sendai Girls) vs. Mio Momono, Rin Kadokura, and X (representing Marvelous) in an elimination match. The winning promotion gets control of the AAAW Titles brought out of retirement.

Chigusa Nagayo, KAORU, and Sakura Hirota vs. Meiko Satomura, Chikayo Nagashima, and Toshie Uematsu 

DASH Chisako vs. Hibiki in a Hardcore Match

Manami, Yurika Oka, and KANON vs. Mei Hoshizuki, Mikoto Shindo, and Maria

Sakura Hirota vs. The Great Sasuke

CIMA vs. Leo Isaka

JST Exclusive: David McLane Gives WOW Update


WOW- Women of Wrestling founder David McLane told The Joshi SunTimes today that they are hoping to hold tapings and “commence distribution” of WOW programming in Fall 2021. It all depends on California’s restrictions with the virus pandemic. The state is currently closed as cases have continued to surge during April.

McLane said WOW production has been at the mercy of COVID and state protocols, but WOW has been ready and waiting to continue operations when California allows live events to return. He said the more people who get vaccinated betters the chances of restrictions getting eased so everyone can eventually get back to business.

He confirmed a few of the WOW Superhero names he hopes to have back but he stressed that everything will be fluid and a matter of timing with the booking scheduling. They obviously don’t have an exact return date to tape in Los Angeles and some of the WOW roster may have bookings in other promotions around the country in places allowed to run pro wrestling events.

The last episode of WOW so far to air on American television was back in November 2019 with The Beast defeating Tessa Blanchard to win the WOW Title in the main event. They did tape other shows in late 2019 but that season has never aired.

I broke the news back in June 2020, when I was working for Pro Sports Extra, that AXS TV cancelled WOW and New Japan Pro Wrestling so they could just have Impact Wrestling on as the only pro wrestling content at the network. Anthem Sports & Entertainment is ironically the parent company of both Impact Wrestling and AXS TV.

Sena Shiori Will Retire From Tokyo Joshi Pro This Month


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling made a shocking announcement today. Sena Shiori is being forced into retirement due to a medical issue. The 4/24/21 event in Tokyo at Itabashi Green Hall will be the final event for the 19-year-old. No card has been released as of this writing but it will air on WRESTLE UNIVERSE as VOD a few days later.

Shiori is one of the company’s most promising new stars. She made her debut on 1/4/20 is in a tag team match with Mahiro Kiryu in a losing effort to Haruna Neko and Suzume. She and Marika Kobashi were successful in the opening match of this past Friday’s big TJPW “Still Incomplete” show at Korakuen Hall with a win over Moka Miyamoto and Arisu Endo. Shiori got the fall on Miyamoto with a modified half crab submission hold that seemed to get over. She nicknamed the hold Checkmate.

TJPW reported Shiori has been suffering from an undisclosed chronic illness even before her debut. Doctors have advised her to quit wrestling because of it.

Diana 10th Anniversary Show Results 4/18/21: Title Changes


World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana results of their 10th Anniversary event from Kanagawa, Japan at Culttz Kawasaki on 4/18/21:

DASH Chisako and Hanako Nakamori beat Nanami and Nagisa Nozaki when Nakamori pinned Nanami after a Shining Wizard in 14:39.

Madeline and Asuka beat Andras Miyagi and Ami Miura when Madeline submitted Miura with an arm bar in 10:18.

Jaguar Yokota and Shinobu Kandori beat Kaoru Ito and Takako Inoue when Yokota pinned Ito with a La Magistral cradle in 11:43.

Haruka Umesaki and Miyuki Takase won the Diana Tag Team Titles from Ayame Sasamura and Rina Shingaki when Umesaki got the fall on Sasamura in 18:21.

Kyoko Inoue won the Diana Title from Ayako Sato with the cyclone clutch in 16:41. Bull Nakano came to the ring and put the belt around Inoue’s waist.

STARDOM Results 4/17/21


STARDOM results from Gunma, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at New Sunpia Takasaki on 4/17/21:

Mina Shirakawa pinned Lady C after a flying forearm in 6:32.

Tam Nakano and Unagi Sayaka beat Konami and Rina when Sayaka submitted Rina in 8:13.

Maika, Himeka, and NatsuPoi beat Utami Hayashishita, Saya Kamitani, and Hina when NatsuPoi pinned Hina with a German Suplex in 12:13.

Giulia and Syuri went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Momo Watanabe and AZM. It set up a future match between the two teams for the Goddesses of STARDOM Tag Team Titles currently held by Giulia and Syuri.

Fukigen Death, Natsuko Tora, and Ruaka beat Mayu Iwatani, Starlight Kid, and Hanan when Death pinned Hanan in 15:10.

The next shows for the month are 4/18, 4/24, 4/25, and 4/29. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro “Still Incomplete” Results 4/17/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling “Still Incomplete” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 4/17/21 live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

The next big show of TJPW to air live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE will be on 5/4/21 back at Korakuen Hall. It will have English commentary.

This year’s Tokyo Princess Cup Tournament was announced to take place starting on 7/22/21 at Shinkiba 1st Ring with other dates on 7/23, 7/24, and 7/25 at the venue. The semifinals will be at Shinjuku FACE on 7/31. Finals are at Korakuen Hall on 8/15. 

Yuki Arai was brought to the ring and formerly introduced to the crowd. She will make her in-ring debut on the 5/4 event. Arai joining the company got a lot of press in Japan this week because she is a member of an idol group called SKE48.

Azusa Takigawa did the voiceover announcements to run down today’s full card shown on the video screen.

Marika Kobashi and Sena Shiori beat Moka Miyamoto and Arisu Endo when Shiori submitted Miyamoto to a modified half crab hold.

Miu Watanabe, Raku, and Pom Harajuku beat Yuna Manase, Mahiro Kiryu, and Haruna Neko   when Raku pinned Neko after the Doctor Yellow neck breaker.

Miyu Yamashita pinned Hikari Noa after the Skull Kick. Yamashita absolutely blasted her with the kick and it looked like a knockout blow. The kick heard around the world. 

Mirai Maiumi and Suzume won a 3-Way Tag Team Match over Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki... Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao when Maiumi pinned Nakajima after a lariat.

All of the title matches are up next starting with the International Princess Title bout. 30-minute time limit for each title match.

International Princess Champion Yuki Kamifuku pinned Nao Kakuta after the Famouser. They teased Kakuta possibly winning with a cross face submission for a long time but Kamifuku was able to survive. This was Kamifuku’s third successful defense.

The Princess Tag Team Titles are on the line next. I have a feeling if any titles change today it will be this one. Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel are on a roll and an incredibly charismatic duo.

Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel won the Princess Tag Team Titles from Nodoka Tenma and Yuki Aino. Good finish as Tenma hit the Kill Switch on Mei but was slow to go in for the cover and Mei rolled her up for the pin and the win. After the match, Sakisama gloated and said she didn’t think anyone would be dumb enough to challenge them today. As soon as they were going to leave Mirai Maiumi and Suzume came out to make a challenge. It will happen on the 5/4/21 event.

The main event is next with Princess of Princess Champion Rika Tatsumi defending against international Joshi sensation Maki Itoh.

Princess of Princess Champion Rika Tatsumi pinned Maki Itoh after a hip attack, Twist of Fate, and the Missile Hip. Tatsumi put Itoh over on the mic afterwards. Itoh came back into the ring and looked like she was going to give respect but she gave Tatsumi the middle finger instead then left the ring to walk to the back with Miyu Yamashita who was one of the seconds at ringside. Tatsumi called Yamashita into the ring. She said she needed someone new to defend against and wanted her to be the next challenger. They got into a slap fest then Yamashita left the ring in disgust.

Tokyo Joshi Pro “That’s J-PW” #1 & #2 Results 4/12/21 & 4/15/21


Results of Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling’s new show on WRESTLE UNIVERSE called “That’s J-PW”. It will air twice a week (Sundays and Wednesdays) at 10PM EST featuring only one match per episode from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Ice Ribbon Dojo. The commentary is in English with Baliyan Akki and Chris Brookes as the broadcast team.

Episode #1- Miu Watanabe and Mirai Maiumi beat Hikari Noa and Sena Shiori when Watanabe pinned Shiori after the Tear Drop in 9:13.

Episode #2- Maki Itoh beat Pom Harajuku with the Itoh Special submission in 8:40.

Ice Ribbon “P’s Party” Results 4/14/21


Ice Ribbon “P’s Party” results Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at IR Dojo on 4/14/21 live on Nico pay-per-view:

Satsuki Totoro pinned Banny Oikawa in a P’s League Tournament B Block Match 7:23. 

Suzu Suzuki and Yappy beat Thekla and Honori Hana when Yappy pinned Thekla in 7:35.

Rina Shingaki went to a 10-minute time limit draw with Madeline in P’s League Tournament B Block Match. They join Totoro, Madeline, and Honori Hana tied at 4 points each in the B Block.

Tsukushi Haruka and Momo Kohgo beat Haruka Umesaki and Yuki Mashiro in 11:34 by referee stoppage Mashiro was injured and could not stand to continue.

The company announced hours later that Mashiro was checked out by doctors and she seems medically fine. She will be held out of action for a bit to make sure she’s safe. 

The winner of the P’s League round robin tournament gets a title shot at IW19 Champion Tsukushi Haruka on 5/4/21 at Yokohama Radiant Hall.

Pro Wrestling WAVE Results 4/14/21


Pro Wrestling WAVE results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 4/14/21 live on Confetti :

Yuu, Miyuki Takase, and Itsuki Aoki beat Shizuku Tsukata, KAORU, and Ami Miura in when Aoki pinned Taukata after a body press in 17:10.

Nagisa Nozaki went a 15-minute time limit draw with Rin Kadokura. 

Tomoko Watanabe and Kaoru Ito beat Yumi Ohka and Mio Momono when Watanabe got the fall on Ohka in 17:56. 

Sakura Hirota and Yuki Miyazaki beat Kikutaro and Kuishinbo Kamen when Kikutaro and Kamen were both pinned in 15:57.

Tokyo Joshi Pro “Spring Tour ~The Bullet~“ Results 4/10/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling “Spring Tour ~The Bullet~“ results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Itabashi Green Hall on 4/10/21 now on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

Shoko Nakajima pinned Arisu Endo with a Northern Lights Suplex in 8:09.

Marika Kobashi and Hikari Noa beat Pom Harajuku and Haruna Neko when Kobashi pinned Harajuku after a Tornado Bulldog in 9:13.

Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki, and Raku beat Mirai Maiumi, Moka Miyamoto, and Suzume when Mizuki pinned Miyamoto with a Cutie Special in 10:46.

Yuki Aino and Nodoka Tenma beat Hyper Misao and Mahiro Kiryu when Aino pinned Kiryu after the Venus DDT in  9:47.

Rika Tatsumi, Nao Kakuta, and Miu Watanabe beat Maki Itoh, Miyu Yamashita, and Yuki Kamifuku when Kakuta pinned Kamifuku 14:47 

Ice Ribbon Results 4/11/21


Ice Ribbon results from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at SKIP City Multipurpose Hall on 4/11/21:

Uno Matsuya and Tae Honma beat Banny Oikawa and Cherry when Matsuya submitted Oikawa in 10:20.

Mochi Miyagi and Ram Kaichow beat Miku Aono and Yappy when Miyagi pinned Yappy in 10:30.

Saori Anou, Satsuki Totoro, and Suzu Suzuki beat Akane Fujita, Rina Yamashita, and Yuki Mashiro when Totoro pinned Mahiro in 11:19.

FantastICE Champion Risa Sera beat Thekla in a special points system match 3-2 in 19:00. They both made each other bleed.

International Ribbon Tag Team Champions Maya Yukihi and Maika Ozaki beat Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi Haruka when Yukihi pinned Fujimoto after a Tiger Driver in 17:38. Hiroyo Matsumoto and Kurumi Hiiragi will challenge next on 4/24/21 and Fujimoto will defend ICExInfinity Title against Haruka.

Sendai Girls Results 4/11/21


Sendai Girls results from Kariya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Kariya City Industrial Promotion Center on 4/11/21:

Mei Hoshizuki pinned Kanon with a school boy cradle in 8:41. 

Mio Momono pinned Yurika Oka after a diving body press 11:29.

DASH Chisako pinned Kaho Kobayashi after Hormone Splash 11:47.

Chihiro Hashimoto and Yuu beat Hiroyo Matsumoto and Manami when Hashimoto pinned Manami in 7:24.

Jaguar Yokota 45th Anniversary Road- Jaguar Ganbarimasu!! Results 4/11/21


Jaguar Yokota 45th Anniversary Road- Jaguar Ganbarimasu!! from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Itabashi Green Hall on 4/11/21 live on Bat Crew ZAIKO (only available until 4/14/21):

Gabai Ji-chan won a 3-Way Match over TORU and Jaguar Ba-chan by pinning TORU with an inside cradle in 13:26.

Megumi Yabushita pinned Teruko Kagawa in a few seconds after a running elbow.

Teruko Kagawa pinned Megumi Yabushita in a rematch in 7:22. 

Chikayo Nagashima pinned Rin Kadokura after a Fisherman's Buster in 11:22.

Jaguar Yokota, KAORU, and ZAP I beat Megumi Yabushita, KAZUKI, and Tsubasa Kuragaki when Yokota pinned Yabushita after the J-Cutter in 17:21.