Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results on 2/23/19 from Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo, Japan and broadcast on DDT Universe stream service. They called this show “Be Updated To The Future, The Future, The Future”:
Yuki Kamifuku and Pinano Pipipipi beat Yuki Aino and Raku when Pipipipi pinned Raku with a school boy cradle. This was the first time Pipipipi has scored a pin fall in TJPW.
Yuna Manase and Hikari Noa beat Pom Harajuku, Haruna Neko, and YUMI in a handicap match when Manase pinned Harajuku.
Shoko Nakajima and Mina Shirakawa beat Himawari Unagi and Mahiro Kiryu when Nakajima pinned Kiryu with a northern lights suplex. This was Kiryu’s debut match.
Rika Tatsumi beat Hyper Misao with a torso dragon sleeper. This was Tatsumi’s return match after suffering an arm injury last year.
Maki Ito pinned Natsumi Maki after countering Maki’s backlash attempt in a pin.
Sakisama beat Miu Wantanabe. There was a big angle after the match as Sakisama continued to attack Wantanabe. Rika Tatsumi ran in to make the save, but Sakisama went after her too. Hyper Misao ran in and shocked everyone, including Sakisama, by hitting Tatsumi with a chair. Misao took off her mask and cut it up with a pair of scissors. She and Sakisama then left the ring together.
TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Reika Saiki and Marika Kobashi when Mizuki pinned Kobashi after a diving foot stomp.
TOKYO Princess of Princess Champion Miyu Yamashita pinned Nodoka Tenma after the Crash Rabbit Heat.
After the main event, Yamashita said she will name her next challenger and wants the match to take place at Hakata Star Lanes on March 31. She chose Yuka Sakazaki as her opponent. That will be the final TJPW show at the legendary venue which is scheduled to be closed down this year.
Kenny Omega did an interview with Tokyo Sports. He said he’s scouting Joshi talent for AEW and he’d like to work with DDT Pro again. He mentioned Yuka Sakazaki as a talent he would like to showcase. TJPW is the sister group of DDT Pro.