Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling Results 6/12/21

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Kitazawa Town Hall on 6/12/21. This will be posted up on WRESTLE UNIVERSE as VOD on 6/15/21:

Miu Watanabe pinned Moka Miyamoto after the Tear Drop.

Shoko Nakajima, Hyper Misao, and Nodoka Tenma beat Yuki Kamifuku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Mirai Maiumi when Nakajima pinned Kiryu with a Northern Lights Suplex.

Rika Tatsumi pinned Pom Harajuku with a school boy cradle.

Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Yuki Aino and Haruna Neko when Sakazaki pinned Neko after a brain buster.

Marika Kobashi and Suzume beat Hikari Noa and Arisu Endo when Kobashi submitted Endo to a Front Neck Lock hold.

Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh beat Raku and Nao Kakuta when Yamashita pinned Raku after an Attitude Adjustment.

The next live Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling event on WU will be 6/17/21 at 6am EST from Korakuen Hall with Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel defending against Princess of Princess Champion Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh in the main event. Plus International Princess Champion Hikari Noa defends against Marika Kobashi. There will be seven matches in all on the card.

Angel Blue Retires From Pro Wrestling


Angel Blue posted on her social media this week to announce she's leaving pro wrestling after fourteen and a half years. The 30-year-old suffered a severe neck injury on 1/6/19 in a 3-Way Match with Shotizi Blackheart and Jenna Lynn (who won the match) after landing wrong in a double team superplex spot at an Inspire Pro Wrestling show in Texas. She wrestled a couple more times in 2019 until her neck issues became too serious to ignore.

She ended up having neck surgery in September 2019.  The situation caused her severe psychical and financial hardships as she wasn’t able to wrestle or work in any capacity while recovering. In late September 2020, she started to prepare for an in-ring comeback. She managed to lift weights and train once again in the ring.

Blue was one of the best heels on the Texas indie scene.

Ice Ribbon “P’s Party 77” Results 6/9/21: IW19 Title #1 con. Tournament Finals

Ice Ribbon “P’s Party 77” results from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at IR Dojo on 6/9/21:

Totoro Satsuki pinned Shizuku Tsukata after a cross body block in 7:08.

Tsukushi Haruka and An Chamu beat Thekla and Banny Oikawa when Chamu pinned Oikawa after a Fisherman Buster in 11:15.

Itsuki Aoki and Haruka Umesaki went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Suzu Suzuki and Honori Hana.

Uno Matsuya beat Madeline by submission with the Matsuya Special in 9:43 in the finals of the  #1 con. tournament for the IW19 Title currently held by Haruka Umesaki. 

Meiko Satomura Wins NXT U.K. Women’s Title


Meiko Satomura defeated Kay Lee Ray to win the NXT U.K. Women’s Title by pin after Scorpion Rising on today’s episode of NXT U.K. on the WWE Network. They were given a lot of time and it was a suspenseful back and forth match. At one point Ray tried to get counted out on purpose and then tried to get herself Disqualified by charging Satomura on the floor with the title belt as a weapon but Satomura ducked. 

Satomura is back in Japan as she will be involved in a big pro wrestling weekend. On Sunday she will be part of the GAEA special event in Tokyo where she will team with Chikayo Nagashima, and Toshie Uematsu vs. Chigusa Nagayo, KAORU, and Sakura Hirota. Her Sendai Girls promotion runs a show on Saturday. We’ll have results of both shows right here.

Manami Toyota Currently Hospitalized


Manami Toyota, the greatest female in-ring pro wrestler of all time, has been in the hospital for the last few days after having another shoulder surgery. She had reconstructive shoulder surgery back in 2003 which required several bolts to fix the damage. She continued to wrestle afterward until her retirement on November 3, 2017. The constant pain in her shoulder and neck were the major factors in her decision to retire during her milestone 30th anniversary as a pro wrestling. She did make a guest appearance in Tequila Saya's retirement show Gaunlet Match on 12/31/19, losing to Saya in under a minute.

Toyota has remained close to the Ice Ribbon promotion. She gave Tsukasa Fujimoto her approval to use the Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex as one of her finishing moves.

GAEA Special Event To Stream As Pay-Per-View On 6/13/21


The GAEA special event on 6/13/21 from Tokyo, Japan at Ota City Gym will be available to watch live on ZAIKO for 5,000 yen (about $47 USD). The show starts at 2am EST and is only available to order and watch on the service until 6/16/21.

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 vacant AAAW Titles which have been brought out of retirement as well as the Sendai Girls World Title (currently held by Hashimoto) and the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles (currently held by Hashimoto and Yuu).

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

Pro Wrestling WAVE "Catch The WAVE 2021" Tournament Results 6/8/21


Pro Wrestling WAVE "Catch The WAVE 2021" Tournament results from Saitama, Japan at IR Dojo on 6/8/21: 

Nagisa Nozaki went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Itsuki Aoki in a Gatling Block match. They both got a point each for the draw. Nozaki now has 3 points. Aoki has 1 point.

Hibiscus Mii pinned Haruka Umesaki with an inside cradle in 9:54 for 2 points in a Compliance Block match. Mii has 2 points. Umesaki has 0.

Tomoko Watanabe pinned YAKO after a lariat in 11:06 of a Jealousy Block match for 2 points. Watanabe has 2 points. YAKO has 0.

Sakura Hirota pinned Mio Momono in a Potential Block match in 11:58 for 2 points. Hirota has 2 points. Momono has 2 points.

Notes On Women’s Roster At NWA Powerrr


As reported on “Wrestling... with Demons” the other day, The NWA made a policy of banning fans from leaking the results at the 6/5/21 and 6/7/21 NWA Powerrr TV tapings in Atlanta, Georgia .W.W.D. reported that Lady Frost was part of the tapings.

Kenzie Paige was also part of the tapings. She was trained by Glenn Jacobs and Tom Princhard. She is a major force in the ring and behind the scenes for FLAWLESS Wrestling out of Tennessee at just 20 years old. 

A singles match with Thunder Rosa vs. Kylie Rae was also taped for NWA Powerrr. 

NWA Powerrr airs on FITE each Tuesday at 6:05pm EST for $5 a month.

STARDOM "Road To Tokyo Dream Cinderella 2021 Special Edition" Results 6/8/21: Tons Of News And Notes


There was an in-ring press conference before the show started to set up the semifinals of the Cinderella Tournament 2021 which will take place on 6/12/21 at Ota City Gym. It will be Maika vs. Unagi Sayaka and Saya Kamitani vs. Himeka with the winner of each match facing off in the finals. Also on the show, World of STARDOM Champion Utami Hayashishita will defend against Syuri. Mayu Iwatani, Starlight Kid, Hanan, Koguma, and a mystery partner will take on Natsuko Tora, Konami, Fukigen Death, Ruaka, and a mystery partner in an All Out War match. There will be a 3-Way Tag Team match featuring Giulia and Natsupoi vs. Momo Watanabe and AZM vs. Tam Nakano and Mina Shirakawa with changing of partners via lottery picks. The opener will be Lady C vs. Hina vs. Rina. It will be a pay-per-view with English commentary on PIA starting at 3am EST for 4,400 yen ($40 USD).

STARDOM "Road To Tokyo Dream Cinderella 2021 Special Edition" results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 6/8/21:

Hina pinned Rina with a roll-up in a Future of STARDOM Tournament match in 5:43.

Unagi Sayaka pinned Hanan in a Future of STARDOM Tournament match in 8:53.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Hina in a Future of STARDOM Tournament match in 7:50.

Tam Nakano won a 4-Way Match over AZM, Konami, and Lady C by pinning Lady C with a German Suplex in 5:43.

High Speed Champion Natsupoi pinned Fukigen Death in 6:30. 

Mayu Iwatani, Starlight Kid, and Koguma beat Natsuko Tora, Saki Kashima, and Ruaka when Kid pinned Ruaka after a Moonsault in 13:27. Rin Kadokura will be STARS sixth member partner for 6/12. Saki Kashima will be the sixth partner for Oedo Tai.

Giulia, Syuri, and Maika beat Momo Watanabe, Utami Hayashishita, Saya Kamitani when Maika pinned Watanabe with a Michinoku Driver in 5:43. 

Marvelous Results 6/6/21: Sendai Girls' Chihiro Hashimoto Made GAEAISM More Interesting


Marvelous results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 6/6/21:

Mikoto Shindo and Mei Hoshizuki beat Haruka Umesaki and Chie Ozora when Shindo pinned Ozora with a Swandive Sunset Flip in 12:52.

Hibiki pinned Ai Houzan after a lariat in 3:54.

Leo Isaka pinned Mineo Fujita in 10:51.

KAORU and Mio Momono beat Tomoko Watanabe and Maria when KAORU pinned Maria with the Excalibur in 13:43.

Mika Iwata pinned Rin Kadokura in 8:15.

Chihiro Hashimoto appeared after the main event and announced that she will also put up the Sendai Girls World Title and the Sendai Girls Tag Team Titles (which she holds with Yuu) in the main event of the GAEA special event "GAEAISM" on 6/13/21 at Ota City General Gymnasium. The reactivated vacant AAAW Single and AAAW Tag Titles were originally only on the line for the 6-man elimination match with Hashimoto, Iwata, and a mystery partner (Team Sendai Girls) vs. Mio Momono, Rin Kadokura, and a mystery partner (Team Marvelous) with the winning team getting all the titles.

NWA Women’s Title Changes Hand On 6/6/21


Kamille won the NWA Women’s Title from Serena Deeb by pin after the spear on the NWA “When Our Shadows Fall” pay-per-view from Atlanta, Georgia, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on 6/6/21.

Deeb won the title from Thunder Rosa on 10/27/21 at a UWN PrimeTime Live event in Long Beach, California, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ and had been earning rave reviews as one of the best technical wrestlers active today. 

Sonoko Kato 25th Anniversary Show Results 6/6/21


Sonoko Kato 25th Anniversary Show results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 6/6/21:

Kato made her debut in April 1995 as part of GAEA. This milestone celebration was delayed by the virus pandemic. 

Maya Yukihi and Asuka beat Kaho Kobayashi and Rina Yamashita when Yukihi pinned Yamashita in 10:14.

Sonoko Kato and Chikayo Nagashima beat Yuki Miyazaki and Tsubasa Kuragaki when Kato pinned Kuragaki with a La Magistral Cradle in 14:58.

Kaori Yoneyama won a Battle Royal over Kyusei Sonoko Kato, Itsuki Aoki, Yumi Ohka, Yuu, Aiger, Makoto and Kakeru Sekiguchi in 9:29.

Nanae Takahashi and Arisa Nakajima beat Yumiko Hotta and Kumiko Maekawa when Takahashi pinned Maekawa after the refrigerator bomb in 14:24..

AKINO, Hiroyo Matsumoto, and Ryo Mizunami beat Sonoko Kato, Aja Kong, and Mayumi Ozaki when AKINO pinned Kato after a Frankensteiner after Ozaki spraying red mist backfired in 18:52.

CyberFight Festival 2021 Results 6/6/21: Title Change!


CyberFight Festival 2021 results from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Saitama Super Arena on 6/6/21 live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE featuring matches from DDT, Pro Wrestling NOAH, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, and Ganbare:

Mark Pickering, Stewart Fulton, Choco Pro’s Baliyan Akki, and pro wrestling journalist Hiroshi Arai are the announcers.


Mirai Maiumi, Suzume, Haurna Neko, Moka Miyamoto and Arisu Endo vs. Nao Kakuta, Raku, Pom Harajuku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Kaya Toribami when Maiumi pinned Kiryu after a lariat in a Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling match.

The Delayed Entry Battle Royal is up next with pins, knockouts, submissions, over the top rope,.as the rules.

Yoshiaki Yatsu vs. Makoto Oishi starts it off. Yatsu is in 64 and back to wrestling after having his right leg amputated in 2019 due to diabetes complications.

Yuya Koroku is #3.

Kazuki Hirata is #4

Muhammad Yone,Shuhei Taniguchi, Akitoshi Saito, and Masao Inoue enter together as #5-#8.

Saki Akai is #9

Toru  Owashi is #10

Yusuke Okada is #11

Shu Sakurai is #12

Yuna Manase is #13

Yuji Hino is #14 

Antonio Honda is #15 and last.

Honda and Inoue were the final two left. Honda won the match by holding the tights to pin Inoue.

Shuichiro Katsumura, Koki Iwasaki,and Yumehito Imanari beat Ken Ohka, Keisuke Ishii, and Shota when Iwasaki pinned Shota in a Ganbare match.

Main show: 

CyberAgent CEO Susumu Fujita came out to the stage to welcome the crowd and viewers. He said CyberFight would give everything they have to offer the fans today. DDT, NOAH, Tokyo Joshi Pro,and Ganbare are all owned by CyberAgent and they’re operated under the CyberFight banner.

Junta Miyawaki and Kinya Okada (Team NOAH) beat Yuki Iino and Toi Kojima (Team DDT) when Miyawaki submitted Kojima. 

Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao won a 3-way Match over Rika Tatsumi and Miu Watanabe... Nodoka Tenma and Yuki Aino when Nakajima pinned Aino after a diving senton in a Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling match.

Kazushi Sakuraba and Takashi Sugiura (Team NOAH) beat Danshoku Dino and Super Sasadango (Team DDT) when Sugiura pinned Dino after an Olympic Slam..It was a comedy match set up by Sasadango in one of his PowerPoint presentations before it started.

Masa Kitamiya (Team NOAH)  beat Hideki Okatani (Team DDT) by Prison Lock submission.

Maki Itoh, Yuki Kamifuku, and Marika Kobashi beat Hikari Noa, Mizuki, and Yuki Arai when Itoh submitted Arai with a crab hold.

Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Hajime Ohara beat Yoshinari Ogawa, HAYATA, and Seiki Yoshioka when Harada pinned Yoshioka with a German Suplex in a NOAH match.

Daisuke Sasaki, Tetsuya Endo, and Soma Takao beat Chris Brookes, Shunma Katsumata, and MAO when Sasaki submitted MAO to a cross face after interference from Mad Paulie in a DDT match.

CyberFighr president Sanshiro Takagi, Akito, Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi, Naomi Yoshimura, and Yukio Naya (Team DDT) beat Kenoh, Katsuhiko Nakajima, Manabu Soya, Haoh, Nioh, and Tadasuke (NOAH’s Kongo stable) when Takagi pinned Haoh after a sit out powerbomb while Kenoh was in a double choke hold from Sakaguchi and Yoshiko (the blow up doll) in a Full On Warfare Match..Takagi cut a promo after and put DDT over as the #1 CyberFight brand and called out WWE and New Japan Pro Wresrling. He said he wants CyberFight to be #1 in pro wrestling.

Konosuke Takeshita and Yuki Ueno (Team DDT) beat Kaito Kiyomiya and Yoshiiki Inamura (Team NOAH) when Ueno pinned Kiyomiya after a Moonsault.

The triple main event title matches are up next.

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling Princess of Princess Champion Miyu Yamashita pinned Yuka Sakazaki after the Crash Rabbit Heat knee strike. This was the first successful defense for Yamashita in her third reign as champion. It looked like they were going to shake hands after but Sakazaki slapped her in the face then stormed out of the ring.

DDT KO-D Openweight Champion Jun Akiyama beat HARASHIMA by referee stoppage when HARASHIMA passed out in the Front Neck Lock submission hold. This was Akiyama’s third successful title defense.

Naomichi Marufuji pinned NOAH GHC Heavyweight Champion Keiji Mutoh after the Tiger King Zero to win the title. Marufuji is champion for a fourth time. He cut a promo and had Akiyama and Yamashita come out to the ring with him to close the show. They thanked the fans for coming and watching at home on WRESTLE UNIVERSE. The entire event roster met them up on the stage when they left the ring for a big photo op. Fireworks went off as all three champions posed with their titles.

Pro Wrestling EVE Set To Return With Wrestle Queendom 4 On 8/27/21


Pro Wrestling EVE is planning on holding Wrestle Queendom 4 on 8/27/21 as United Kingdom government restrictions are easing up in the virus pandemic. No London venue has been announced yet but the company says more information should come after 6/21/21 when the government gives details on crowd capacities allowed at events.

The company told me the event will stream live on YouTube. Half will air for free and the other half will be for paying fans.

Ice Ribbon Results 6/5/21


Ice Ribbon results from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at IR Dojo on 6/5/21: 

Thekla won a 3-Way Match over Tsukushi Haruka and Ibuki Hoshi by pinning Hoshi with a Japanese Leg Roll Clutch in 8:39.

Hamuko Hoshi pinned Uno Matsuya after a diving body press in 7:25.

Tsukasa Fujimoto pinned Yuuki Mashiro with the Venus Clutch in 8:53.

Suzu Suzuki, Akane Fujita, and Risa Sera beat Maya Yukihi, Mochi Miyagi, and Totoro Satsuki when Fujita pinned Satsuki in 10:44. 

STARDOM Results 6/5/21: Koguma’s Return


STARDOM results from Niigata, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Joetsu Tourism and Commerce Center on 6/5/21:

Koguma pinned Lady C with a German Suplex in 5:59. This was the first official match back for Koguma in six years  She made a guest appearance in the STARDOM All-Star Rumble back in March which was won by Unagi Sayaka.

Saki Kashima won a 3-Way Battle Royal over Mina Shirakawa and Maika by pinning Shirakawa when it looked like Maika was about to win in 8:50. 

Tam Nakano and Unagi Sayaka went to a 15-minute time limit draw with Saya Kamitani and AZM.

Mayu Iwatani and Starlight Kid beat Utami Hayashishita and Momo Watanabe when Iwatani pinned Watanabe in 12:23.

Guilia, Syuri, and NatsuPoi beat Natsuko Tora, Ruaka, and Konami when Syuri pinned Ruaka after the Buzzsaw Kick in 17:18. 

Sendai Girls “Oath Keeper” Results 6/4/21, Big Matches Set For 6/27/21


Sendai Girls “Oath Keeper” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 6/4/21:

Ayame Sasamura beat Manami by submission with a modified Dragon Sleeper in 8:48. 

DASH Chisako pinned Haruka Umesaki after the Hormone Splash in 11:49.

Chihiro Hashimoto and Yuu beat Kaho Kobayashi and AKARI when Hashimoto pinned AKARI with a Waterwheel in 13:12.

Sendai Girls World Junior Champion Mei Hoshizuki pinned Kanon after a drop kick in 11:36. It was the 6th successful defense for Hoshizuki.

Mika Iwata and Yurika Ohka beat Rin Kadokura and Maria when Oka submitted Maria to the Oka Lock in 15:27. After the match there were promos which set up Oka challenging Hoshizuki for the Junior Title on 6/27/21 in Niigata and Hashimoto and Yuu defending the tag team titles against Rin Kadokura and Mio Momono.

The main event on the 6/27/21 Big Show event will be Meiko Satomura and Minoru Suzuki vs. Nanae Takahashi and Jinssei Shinzaki. 

Ice Ribbon “P’s Party 76” Results: IW19 Title #1 con. Tournament Semifinals 6/2/21


Ice Ribbon “P's Party 76” results from Saitama, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at IR Dojo on 6/2/21:

Suzu Suzuki pinned Shizuku Tsukata after a Dolphin Buster in 5::46.

Madeline pinned Totoro Satsuki in a semifinal tournament match to determine the #1 con. to the IW19 Title in 8:11.

Tsukushi Haruka and Haruka Umesaki beat An Chamu and Honori Hana when Tsukushi pinned Chamu after the diving double foot stomp in 10::09. 

Uno Matsuya pinned Thekla in 10:40 of a semifinal tournament match to determine the #1 con. to the IW19 Title.

It will be Matsuya vs. Madeline in the tournament finals on 6/9/21. Matsuya is still scheduled to retire on 6/27/21 at Korakuen Hall.

RWR “Rise Of The Vixens 2: Second Strike” Results 5/22/21


Renegade Wrestling Revolution “Rise of the Vixens 2: Second Strike”  results from Humble, Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on 5/22/21 on Title Match Network 

Jazmin Allure beat OVW Women’s Champion Hollyhood Haley J by Disqualification when J used the OVW Women’s Title as a weapon.

Sonny Kiss pinned Rok-C after a fireman’s carry stunner.

Karizma pinned Leila Gray after a DDT.

Nyla Rose won a 3-Way Match over Super Oprah and Joe Alonzo by pinning Alonzo with the Beast Bomb as Oprah was knocked out of the ring. After the match, Hollyhood Haley J got in the ring and said she would help Rose get into the main event. Rose agreed.

Jenna Lynn won a 3-Way Elimination Match over Rache Chanel and Shawna Reed. Chanel eliminated Reed first with a code breaker for the pin. Lynn pinned Chanel after the karate kick to win the match.

Claudia del Solis pinned Alejandra The Lions after a twisted pump handle slam.

Puro Pinche Wrestling Women’s Champion Madi Wrenkowski pinned Vert Vixen after an axe kick.

Fearless Pro Women’s Champion The Insidious One went to a Double Count Out with Red Velvet.

Thunder Rosa beat Queen Aminata by neck lock submission.

Hollyhood Haley J was able to convince RWR management to add Nyla Rose into the main event RWR Vixens Title Match main event to make it a 3-Way.

Nyla Rose won the RWR Vixens Title over Raychell Rose (the champion going in) and Amber Rodriguez by pinning Rodriguez with the Beast Bomb. Hollyhood Haley J interfered and hit Raychell Rose in the face with the Vixens Title then taped her to the ring ropes with duct tape at the finish so she couldn’t stop the pin.

The next RWR show is on 6/18/21 at Houston Premier Arena. Raychell Rose will look to get back into title contention on that event as she will face Charity Kane.

Tokyo Joshi Pro Matches Set For CyberFight Festival 2021 On 6/6/21


There will be four bouts on the card from.Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling for the big CyberFight Festival that will take place on 6/6/21 at Saitama Super Arena live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE.. The event is a super show of all of the CyberFight pro wrestling companies that CyberAgent owns- DDT, Pro Wrestling NOAH, Ganbare, and TJPW.

Tokyo Joshi Pro will start everything off on the kickoff show starting at 11:45 pm EST on 6/5/21with a 10-man Tag Team Match featuring Mirai Maiumi, Haruna Neko, Suzume, Moka Miyamoto, and Arisu Endo vs. Nao Kakuta, Pom Harajuku, Raku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Kaya Toribami.

On the main show, there will be a TJPW 3-Way Tag Team Match as the second match with Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao vs. Rika Tatsumi and Miu Watanabe vs. Nodoka Tenma and Yuki Aino. 

Maki Itoh, Yuki Kamifuku, and Marika Kobashi vs. Mizuki, Hikari Noa, and Yuki Arai in a TJPW 6-man tag team match as the fifth match on the main show.

Princess of Princess Champion Miyu Yamashita defends the title against Yuka Sakazaki in the Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling main event portion of the show which is slotted for the tenth match on the card. 

Also on the show, DDT KO-D Openweight Champion Jun Akiyama defends against HARASHIMA in the DDT main event and NOAH GHC Heavyweight Champion Keiji Mutoh defends against Naomichi Marufuji as the NOAH main event.

SHINE Returns With SHINE 67 On 6/13/21


SHINE 67 will take place on 6/13/21 from Port Richey, Florida at the Gulf View Event Center. It will be carried live on FITE TV and Club WWN at 8pm EST. Here is the card:

SHINE Champion Ivelisse vs. Natalya Markova 

SHINE Tag Team Champions Kimber Lee and Stormie Lee vs. Allysin Kay and Marti Belle 

The W.O.A.D. vs. Sahara Se7en (who moved to Florida from Virginia months ago in an effort to expand her pro wrestling career) 

Harlow O’ Hara vs. Kelsey Raegan

Erica Torres (the highly underrated Texas and Oklahoma indie regular) vs. Myka Madrid 

ACR vs. Jacklyn Kay

Their last show was on 1/23/21 which saw Lee and Lee win the tag team titles from Marti Belle and Jayme Jameson.

The company told me today that they would like to come back to Michigan if/when things get back to normal with the virus pandemic. They had been running in Livonia, Michigan at the Knights of Columbus before COVID hit.

Pro Wrestling WAVE “Catch The WAVE 2021 Opening Round” Results 6/1/21


Pro Wrestling WAVE results of “Catch The WAVE 2021 Opening Round” from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinjuku FACE on 6/1/21:

Tomoka Inaba pinned Sakura Hirota after a roundhouse kick in a Potential Block Match in 2:22 for 2 points. 

Yuu pinned Itsuki Aoki after the Last Ride in a Gatling Block Match in 4:16 for 2 points.

Kaori Yoneyama pinned YAKO with a cradle reversal in a Jersey Block Match in 4:01 for 2 points.

Rin Kodokura pinned Haruka Umesaki with a La Magistral in a Compliance Block Match in 4:21 for 2 points.

Miio Momono pinned Miyuki Takase with the JK Bomb in a Potential Block Match in 14:54 for 2 points.

Yuki Miyuki pinned Hibiscus Mii after a moonsault in a Compliance Block Match in 10:21 for 2 points.

Yumi Ohka pinned Tomoko Watanabe after a Big Boot in a Jersey Block Match in 8:24 for 2 points.

Nagisa Nozaki pinned SAKI after the Noir Lancer High in a Gatling Block Match in 10:33 for 2 points.

ECWA Women’s Super 8 Tournament 2021 News


The Women’s ECWA Super 8 Tournament will take place on 7/31/21 in Paulsboro, New Jersey at The Monster Factory. It will be broadcast live on IWTV at 2pm EST. Gabby Ortiz is the first of the eight names announced so far. Tickets for the show are available here:

Past winners of the tournament are Quinn McKay (2019), Karen Q (2017), Deonna Purazzo (2016 & 2015), and Tessa Blanchard (2014).

Killian McMurphy won this year’s ECWA Super 8 Tournament on the men’s side over A Very Good Professional Wrestler in the finals on 5/1/21 in Morganville, New Jersey. 

SEAdLINNNG Results 5/26/21:Title Change And Ryo Mizunami Returns


SEAdLINNNG results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 5/26/21 live on SEAdLINNNG Live

Yuu and Itsuki Aoki beat Honori Hana and Riko Kawahata when Yuu pinned Hana with a clutch in 14:23.

Rina Yamashitar pinned Ayame Sasamura after a lariat in 9:36.

Yumiko Hotta beat Riko Kaiju in 9:57. 

Asuka and Makoto won the Beyond The SEA Tag Team Titles from Nanae Takahashi and  Nakajima in 23:35 when Asuka got the fall on Takahashi. Asuka also currently holds the Beyond The SEA singles title. Ayame Sasamura and Riko Kaiju came out and celebrated with the new tag team champions. 

Ryo Mizunami returned to the company after spending time in America for AEW. She had the trophy with her that she was awarded after winning the AEW Women’s Eliminator Tournament over Nyla Rose a few months ago. She challenged Asuka for the singles title but Takahashi also wants a shot. It set up a #1 con. for 6/12/21.

Hana Kimura Memorial Show “MATANE” Results 5/23/21


Hana Kimura Memorial Show “MATANE” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 5/23/21 live on Tiget and simulcast on FITE TV:

This was very emotionally hard to watch a year after Hana Kimura’s death. The first forty minutes or so was a nice memorial ceremony with tributes to her. Jungle Kyona came out in a formal outfit to address the crowd and share memories. She’s still out of action with an injury.

HUB, Eisa8, and Shisaou beat FUMA, Mil Mongoose ,and Shota when HUB pinned Mongoose in 15:57.

Ram Kaicho won the Rumble Style Battle Royal. She cut a promo in the ring afterwards and paid tribute to Kimura. CIMA, DASH Chisako, Chihiro Hashimoto, Cherry, Fuminori Abe, Super Delfin, Lingerie Muto, Yuko Miyamoto, Hanako Nakamori, Mika Iwata, Andras Miyagi, Masato Tanaka, Jun Kasai, Jinsei Shinzaki, and Gabai Ji-Chan were among the several others in the match. Time of the fall was 30:05.

HAZUKI and Kagetsu are coming out of retirement to be part of the main event. HAZUKI’s last match was in December 2019 for STARDOM. Kagetsu retired in February 2020 on a show that she promoted herself.

ASUKA, Syuri, NatsuPoi, and Mio Momono beat Kagetsu, HAZUKI, Konami, and Death Yama-san when ASUKA pinned HAZUKI in 15:54. Kyoko Kimura was at ringside and tried to help her Oedo Tai friends out during the match. This all led to an impromptu singles main event match with Kagetsu vs. ASUKA.

ASUKA pinned Kagetsu with a Northern Lights Bomb in 14:16.

Kyoko got in the ring with ASUKA and Kagetsu and they gave a salute for Hana. A video package played with highlights of her life. Jungle Kyona ran the bell for the 10-bell salute. Kyoko stood in the ring while holding a picture of Hana. Video message from several wrestlers played that included  TAJIRI, Leyla Hirsch, Thunder Rosa, Hikaru Shida, Session Moth Martina, Kenny Omega, Keiji Muto, Io Shirai, Kairi Sane,and Meiko Satomura. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Double Header Results (Show 1) 5/22/21


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling first show on a double header from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Ouji Basement MONSTAR on 5/22/21:

They announced Miyu Yamashita vs. Mirai Maiumi will be under UWF Rules for the 7/1/21 TJPW Inspiration event.

Mirai Maiumi beat Haruna Neko by submission with the Miramare in 8:33.

Nao Kakuta pinned Arisu Endo after the Shiden Kai in 8:30. 

Marika Kobashi beat Moka Miyamoto by front neck lock submission in 6:05.

Yuki Kamifuku pinned Raku after the Famouser in 7:54. 

Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh beat Yuka Sakazaki and Pom Harajuku when Yamashita pinned Harajuku after the Skull Kick in 11:44. 

WWR+ “Let’s Talk About Wrestling” Results 5/16/21


Women’s Wrestling Revolution and Beyond Wrestling results of their debuting WWR+ brand with the event called “Let’s Talk About Wrestling” on 5/16/21 from Worcester, Massachusetts, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at The White Eagle live on IWTV:

Thanks to whoever sent in the report but didn’t leave their name.

Davienne pinned Delmi Exo after the baseball slide drop kick into the ring post.

Riley Shephard pinned Tina San Antonio.

Erica Leigh pinned Becca after a spear.

Lil Mean Kathleen pinned Kaia McKenna.

Molly McCoy and Boomer Hatfield beat Jordan Blade and Eel O’Neal.

Jody Threat pinned Kennedi Copeland with a Blue Thunder Bomb.

Megan Bayne pinned Ashley D’Amboise.

Trish Adora beat Willow Nightingale by Cattle Mutilation submission. Davienne came out and gave a sarcastic applause to Adora afterwards.

Ashley Vox vs. Angel Sinclair did not take place. Vox was legit ill from side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine and could not compete.

The next WWR show is 6/20/21. 

Chelsea Durden And Kelsey Raegan Make History For IGNITE Wrestling


The first IGNITE Wrestling Women’s Tag Team Champions were crowned yesterday in Vero Beach, Florida, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Walking Tree Brewery. Chelsea Durden and Kelsey Raegan defeated Renee Michelle and Sahara Seven in the finals of a tag team titles tournament. Durden pinned Seven after a fisherman’s neck breaker as Michelle was knocked off of the ring to the floor by Raegan.

The match should be posted up on IGNITE Wrestling’s YouTube page in week. 

STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 2) Results 5/16/21: Cosmic Angels Break The Record


STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 2) results from Nagoya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Congress Center Event Hall on 5/16/21:

Momo Watanabe pinned Ruaka after the B Driver in 6:06.

Konami won a 3-Way Match over Saya Kamitani and Lady C by submitting Lady C with the Triangle Lancer in 6:17.

Mayu Iwatani and Starlight Kid beat Natsuko Tora and Fukigen Death by Disqualification when Tora used a pipe as a weapon on Iwatani in 9:32. Tora put Iwatani in a Camel Clutch with the pipe against her throat. Iwatani’s back was all bruised up after the attack. 

Giulia and Syuri beat Utami Hayashishita and AZM when Giulia submitted AZM with the Stealth Viper in 15:53. The tag team name of Giulia and Syuri is Alto livello KABALIWAN which means “high level madness”. 

Artists of STARDOM Champions Tam Nakano, Mina Shirakawa, and Unagi Sayaka went to a 30-minute time limit draw with Maika, Himeka, and NatsuPoi. Cosmic Angels broke the record of Artists Titles successful defenses with this fifth win. Donna del Mondo wanted a rematch but Oedo Tai came out to make a new challenge for the titles.

STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 1) Results 5/15/21


STARDOM “Nagoya 2 Days” (Day 1) results from Nagoya, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Congress Center Event Hall on 5/15/21: 

Unagi Sayaka pinned Lady C after the Mad Splash in a Future of STARDOM Title Tournament match in 6:21. Sayaka advances to the semifinals of the Future Title Tournament and she says that she hopes to face her friend and Cosmic Angels teammate Mina Shirakawa in the finals. Sayaka is also in the semifinals of the Cinderella Tournament. 

Fukigen Death won a 3-Way Match over Momo Watanabe and AZM by pinning AZM after Natsuko Tora interfered on the ring with a chair in 6:14.

Tam Nakano and Mina Shirakawa went a 15-minute time line draw with Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani.

Maika, Himeka, and NatsuPoi beat Natsuko Tora, Konami, and Ruaka when NatsuPoi pinned Ruaka in 11:58. Fukigen Death attacked NatsuPoi afterwards. Konami said Death wants to challenge NatsuPoi for the High Spoed Title.

Goddesses of STARDOM Tag Team Champions Giulia and Syuri beat Mayu Iwatani and Starlight Kid when Giulia pinned Kid with a Northern Lights Bomb in 17:47. Utami Hayashishita and Saya Kamitani will be the next challengers. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/15/21: Noa Gets A Challenger, Itoh And Yamashita Go For Tag Titles


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Itabashi Green Hall on 5/15/21. This will be posted up as VOD on WRESTLE UNIVERSE in a few days:

Yuka Sakazaki pinned Arisu Endo after a sliding lariat.

Mizuki and Raku beat Hyper Misao and Mahiro Kiryu when Mizuki pinned Kiryu with a Cutie Special.

Rika Tatsumi, Miu Watanabe, and Nao Kakuta beat Shoko Nakajima, Nodoka Tenma, and Haruna Neko when Tatsumi got the fall on Neko with the Dragon Sleeper.

Marika Kobashi, Yuki Kamifuku, and Pom Harajuku beat Hikari Noa, Mirai Maiumi, and Suzume when Kobashi pinned Suzume after the running springboard bulldog finisher. After the match, Kobashi challenged Noa for the International Princess Title on 6/17/21 at Korakuen Hall.

Miyu Yamashita and Maki Itoh beat Yuki Aino and Moka Miyamoto when Yamashita pinned Miyamoto after the Skull Kick. Itoh asked Yamashita to be her partner again and challenged for the Princess Tag Team Titles currently held by Sakazaki and Mei Saint-Michel. That will take place on 6/17/21. 

Mission Pro Wrestling #1 con. Tournament Set For 6/12/21


The next Mission Pro Wrestling event called “Keep ‘Em Talkin’ “ takes place on 6/12/21 at their home base in Buda, Texas at Pinballz Kingdom. It will stream live on Title Match Network at 8:30 pm EST. 

MPW Champion La Rosa Negra will defend the title against Lady Frost. 

There will be a #1 con. tournament for the MPW Title with JennaCide vs. Savannah Evans, Alex Gracia vs. Shawna Reed, Masha Slamovich vs. Dulce Tormenta, and Jazmin Allure vs. Gypsy Mac. 

The company will be part of the Jacksonville Taco Festival on 7/17/21 at TIAA Bank Field. There will be matches spread out every couple of hours throughout the day. That event is scheduled to run from 11 am to 6 pm. Chris Jericho’s rock band Fozzy will be the music act. Tickets are on sale here

MPW will be back in Buda at Pinballz Kingdom for another event on 7/31/21. There are plans to tour on the road outside of Buda later this year. 

Sendai Girls “Spring Easter” Results 5/14/21


Sendai Girls “Spring Easter” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Shinkiba 1st Ring on 5/14/21: 

Haruka Umesaki and AKARI beat Manami and Ayame Sasamura when AKARI pinned Manami after a lariat in 11:27.

Kanon pinned Yurika Oka with a sliding and twisting cover in 7:09. This was a #1 con. match for the Junior Heavyweight Title.

Chihiro Hashimoto and Yuu beat Mika Iwata and Kaho Kobayashi when Hashimoto pinned Iwata after a powerbomb in 15:44.

Mio Momono pinned DASH Chisako with a roll up in 15:58 when Hibiki got on the ring to cause a distraction. Members of the Sendai Girls locker room then got into a huge brawl with the Marvelous roster to close the show. It was all to build up the GAEA special one night return show which hopefully finally will  take place on 6/13/21 at Ota Ward Gymnasium after two previous postponements because of the virus pandemic.

STARDOM “Cinderella Tournament 2021” Results 5/14/21


STARDOM “Cinderella Tournament 2021” results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Korakuen Hall on 5/14/21:

This event also features the start of a Future of STARDOM Title Tournament for the vacant belt. Saya lida vacated it due to injury.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Ruaka after the diving forearm shot in a Future of STARDOM Tournament match in 5:01.

NatsuPoi won a 4-Way Match over Tam Nakano, Lady C, and Hanan by pinning Lady C in 5:17.

Natsuko Tora, Konami, and Fukigen Death beat Momo Watanabe, AZM, and Hina when Death pinned Hina in 5:11.

Saya Kamitani pinned Starlight with a reversal in a Cinderella Tournament match in 7:05.

Maika beat Giulia by Over The Top Rope Rule in a Cinderella Tournament match in 7:38. Giulia was bloodied up but she showed respect and raised Maika’s arm in victory.

Syuri beat Utami Hayashishita in a Cinderella Tournament match by Over The Top Rope Rule after a knee strike to send Hayashishita to the floor in 6:17.

Himeka beat Mayu Iwatani in a Cinderella Tournament match in 6:14 by Over The Top Rope Rule when Konami distracted the referee and Natsuko Tora interfered for the finish. Oedo Tai attacked both women afterwards. A masked woman ran out and made the save. It was Koguma who returned to the company after retiring back in 2015 (but she recently made a brief return for the All-Star Rumble back in March). She joined Iwatani as a member of the STARS unit.

Unagi Sayaka beat Syuri in a Cinderella Tournament quarterfinals match by Over The Top Rule in 8:40.  Sayaka was able to survive Syuri’s knee strike and send her to the floor. Sayaka is officially under contract with STARDOM now.

Sayaka, Kamitani, Maika, and Himeka are all in the Cinderella Tournament semifinals. That show was supposed to take place on 5/29/21 but it has been moved to 6/12/21 due to the state of emergency in Japan. Sayaka, Rina, Hina, Lady C, and Hanan are the other names in the Future of STARDOM Title Tournament with matches to take place over the course of the next few weeks depending on the virus pandemic.

SEAdLINNNG “Special NIGHT #2” Results On 5/12/21


SEAdLINNNG “Special NIGHT #2” results from Kawasaki, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at Kawasaki AXS Ring on 5/12/21 live on SEAdLINNNG Live:

This is a no fans show streaming on the website because of the state of emergency in Japan due to the virus pandemic.

Kaho Kobayashi and Itsuki Aoki beat Honori Hana and Riko Kawahata when Aoki pinned Hana after a lariat in 11:00

Yumiko Hotta and Rina Yamashita beat Ayame Sasamura and Riko Kaiju when Hotta used a sleeper on Kaiiju for the win in 5:58.

Nanae Takahashi, Arisa Nakajima, and Honori Hana beat Asuka, Makoto, and Hanako Nakamori when Takahashi got the fall on Asuka with the Passion Package in 22:13. 

Faces In The Crowd At AEW On 5/12/21

Queen Aminata, Leila Grey, Madi Wrenkowski, Vert Vixen, Robyn Renegade, and Reka Tehaka were some of the female indie wrestlers in the crowd at ringside during tonight’s AEW Dynamite on TNT. 

Hana Kimura Memorial Show Full Broadcast Details For 5/23/21


The Hana Kimura Memorial Show that has been named “MATANE” (which means “see you later” in Japanese) announced the live streaming details for the event. It will air on Tiget in Japan for 1,500 yen with Haruo Murata and Ken Suzuki as the broadcast team featuring Fuka and Takashi Sasaki in guest commentary. FITE will carry the English feed for $15 USD with Ian Riccaboni, Funi Saito, and Cheeseburger as their broadcast team. 

The show takes place from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo on 5/23/21 at 11:30 am  (that’s 10:30 pm  EST on 5/22/21). It was.organized by Kyoko Kimura who is Hana’s mother. Kagetsu, Kaori Yoneyama, Asuka (aka Veny), Cherry, Ram Kaicho, Mika Iwata, Super Delfin, Fuminori Abe, Yuki Miyazaki, Mio Momono, HUB, Yuko Miyamoto, Gabai Ji-Chan, and Munenori Sawa are some of the names scheduled to appear so far. 

No card has been released but there will be three matches in all including a Rumble style Battle Royal. Hana Kimura’s ring gear will be put on display in the venue as part of the ceremonies.

Mission Pro Wrestling “Locked-N-Loaded” Results 5/1/21

Mission Pro Wrestling “Locked-N-Loaded” results from Buda, Texas, USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ at Pinballz Kingdom on 5/1/21 live on Title Match Network:

The WOAD pinned Alejandra The Lion after the D’Amensia.

Dulce Tormenta pinned Jazmin Allure after a reversal. Allure attacked her in anger after the match and cut a heel promo putting the locker room on notice.

Rache Chanel beat Leila Grey.

Vipress won a 3-Way Match over Masha Slamovich and Viva Van by pinning Van and stealing the win from Slamovich.

JennaCide pinned Holidead with a cradle in a Falls Count Anywhere Match. The fall took place in the ring. 

Madi Wrenkowski pinned Tesha Price after a face buster.

Raychell Rose beat Rok-C by submission.

Alex Gracia pinned Marti Belle.

Mission Pro Champion La Rosa Negra beat Velvet Sky by Black Thorn submission.

Thunder Rosa had her confrontation with Davis LaGreca and she beat him up.

There were streaming issues during the live broadcast because of bad weather. Thanks to Gary Law for helping to fill in the gaps. The next MPW show is 6/12/21 at the same venue.

This report ends the regular pro wrestling coverage on “Wrestling... with Demons”. I might occasionally pop up with a Real Japan Pro Wrestling event or other rare special events. But W.W.D. will mainly focus on horror and entertainment if time allows. The Joshi Sun-Times is my newest “projeKCt” that will highlight Japanese Women’s Wrestling There’s only so many years left in life so the pro wrestling stuff had to be narrowed down. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/4/21: Big Title Changes And Yuki Arai Debuts


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ at  Korakuen Hall live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE:

This is a no fans show because of the state of emergency in Japan due to the ongoing virus pandemic. Ring announcer Sayuri Namba was at ringside to welcome viewers. There was a mini pre show and she interviewed Rika Tatsumi, Yukihi Kamifuku. Mirai Maiumi and Suzume, Maki Itoh and Arisa Endo, Miyu Yamashita, Hikari Noa, Miu Watanabe and Yuki Arai, 

Stewart Fulton, Mark Pickering, and Chris Brookes are the English broadcast team. This is being simulcast on ABEMA with a Japanese crew. Azusa Takigawa is doing the voice overs for all of the video packages.

Miu Watanabe, Raku, and Hikari Noa performed their songs and officially opened up the show.

Pom Harajuku and Haruna Neko beat Mahiro Kiryu and Moka Miyamoto when Harajuku pinned Miyamoto after the Pom de Justice. 

Hyper Misao, Nodoka Tenma, and Yuki Aino beat Nao Kakuta, Raku, and Maika Kobashi when Tenma pinned Kobashi after the Killswitch.

Maki Itoh and Arisu Endo beat Miu Watanabe and Yuki Arai when Itoh submitted Arai to the Itoh Deluxe. This was the debut of Arai who is a member of the Japanese idol group SKE48. Itoh cut a promo on her afterwards. She said Arai is weak but showed courage transitioning from idol to pro wrestler. She told her to keep fighting and come after her one day again. Arai said she will get better and asked for fans to keep supporting her.

A video aired showing all 23 members of the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster will be part of the big CyberFight Festival 2021 on 6/6/21 at Saitama Super Arena. That event will feature matches from DDT, NOAH, Tokyo Joshi, and Ganbare. It will air live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE.

Yuka Sakazaki won a #1 con. Princess of Princess Title 3-Way Match over Mizuki and Shoko Nakajima by pinning Nakajima. Really good match and a TJPW match of the year contender. Sakazaki will face the winner of today’s main event for the Princess of Princess Title at CyberFight Festival on 6/6/21.

Hikari Noa won the International Princess Title from Yuki Kamifuku after a Blizzard Suplex off the top rope followed up by a second one on the mat for the pin. This is the first title win in the company for Noa.

Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel beat Mirai Maiumi and Suzume when Mei submitted Suzume. Sakazaki gloated after the match as Mei idolized her in awe.

Miyu Yamashita won the Princess of Princess Title from Rika Tatsumi after a series of Skull Kicks followed up by the Crash Rabbit Heat for the pin in another TJPW match of the year candidate. Yuka Sakazaki was shown patiently watching on in the venue. Yamashita is now a 3-time Princess of Princess Champion. Maki Itoh applauded her at ringside. Yamashita cut a victory promo. She said it was lonely without the fans again but she knows they’re watching at home. She said no matter the circumstances are the fight goes on. She asked Yuka Sakazaki to come to the ring to build up the 6/6 match. Sakazaki said the Princess of Princess Title is the pinnacle and only spoke briefly. She dropped the mic and confidently walked out of the ring. Yamashita walked back to the locker room with Maki Itoh who was overjoyed for Yamashita’s title win.

The next show is 5//5/21 at 3am EST back live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE. 

Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 5/1/21: Go Home Show To Korakuen Hall On 5/4


Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from an undisclosed location in Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ live on WRESTLE UNIVERSE on 5/1/21:

Sayuri Namba had Rika Tatsumi and Yuki Kamifuku in the ring with her to welcome viewers. This is a no fans show at a studio dojo because of schedule and format changes with the state of emergency in Japan. Kamifuku spoke in English and they plugged the May 4 show at Korakuen Hall that will also air live on WU with all titles on the line: Tatsumi defends the Princess of Princess Title against Miyu Yamashita, Kamifuku defends the International Princess Title against Hikari Noa, and Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Mei Saint-Michel vs.Mirai Maiumi and Suzume. The 5/5 show will be live as well on WU with no fans.

Miu Watanabe, Hikari Noa, and Raku performed songs as customary to open the show. Yuki Kamifuku jumped in the ring from behind them and told Raku and Watanabe to leave. She intimidated Noa to build up their match on 5/4. She then made Noa leave the ring and demanded to open the show for once. She did a sexy pose on the ring and said in English “Let’s Get Started Baby!”

Nodoka Tenma pinned Moka Miyamoto after a diving splash from the second rope.

Mirai Maiumi and Suzume beat Maki Itoh and Arisu Endo when Maiumi pinned Endo after a backdrop suplex.

Nao Kakuta pinned Hyper Misao in a special rules match. If I understood everything correctly, they had to hit a button in the corner which would play a song from the group Juice Juice. They only had until the song stopped playing to try to get the pin and it was a two count to win instead of traditional three. Kakuta got the pin after Misao rushed her in the corner but Kakuta moved out of the way and Misao hit chest first.

Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Shoko Nakajima and Haruna Neko when Sakazaki pinned Neko after a brain buster. Really good fast paced match. Sakazaki accidentally hit Mizuki with a sliding lariat on the apron then bumped her down to the floor seconds later in the middle of all the action. Sakazaki, Mizuki, and Nakajima will face off in a #1 con. Princess of Princess Title 3-Way Match on 5/4.

Hikari Noa, Pom Harajuku, and Raku beat Yuki Kamifuku, Mahiro Kiryu, and Yuki Aino when Noa pinned Kiryu with the Blizzard Suplex.

Rika Tatsumi and Miu Watanabe beat Miyu Yamashita and Marika Kobashi when Tatsumi submitted Kobashi with the Dragon Sleeper. Tatsumi said she wished she could have beaten Yamashita today but she will finish her on 5/4. She reminded viewers that the upcoming shows will be just live streams until fans can be allowed to attend again once the state of emergency is lifted.

This was a solid fun show that didn’t let up and wrapped up in less than two hours.