Tokyo Joshi “Best Regards” Results 10/5/19, Unagi Hurt

Tokyo Joshi Pro results from Tokyo, Japan at Shinkiba 1st Ring and broadcast live on DDT Universe:

They did a contract signing between International Champion Yuna Manase and challenger Maki Ito before the show. That match will take place on 10/19/19 at KFC Hall. Ito had the middle finger represented as always during the side by side press photo op.

Shoko Nakajima and Miyu Yamashita vs. Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki was also announced for 10/19/19 during the show official opening announcements.

YUMI vs. Pom Harajuku

Harajuku gets the pin after the Pom de Justice leg drop.

Miyu Yamashita vs. Himawari Unagi

Yamashita won by a really unfortunate and scary referee stoppage after just a couple of minutes.

Everything seemed to be going fine then Unagi sent Yamashita into the corner. She tried to climb the ropes to apparently hit Yamashita with punches but then she buckled and fell to the mat and stayed crouched for several seconds. I thought she hurt an ankle but she kept clutching her arm. The referee called for the bell and Yamashita was announced the winner. Unagi had trouble getting out of the ring and doubled over in pain to the point I thought she was going to faint. Yamashita helped carry her to the back.

Unagi surprisingly jumped Yamashita from behind after they shook hands in sportsmanship at the opening bell and she got in a bunch of offense while it lasted.

Mizuki vs. Raku

Mizuki won by crossface submission.

Good match. Raku kicked out of the diving double stomp and got in a few near falls. Mizuki hit a backstabber followed up by a running drop kick to the back to set up the submission.

Yuna Manase, Yuki Kamifuku, and Mahiro Kiryu vs. Maki Ito, Rika Tatsumi, and Suzume

Ito won the fall after the DDT and Ito Special submission on Kiryu.

At the start of the match, Manase got in Ito’s face and insisted she shake hands. Ito refused so Manase pie faced her. After the match, Manase got in her face again and held up the International Title. Ito gave her the middle finger in anger and Manase sarcastically shook hands with the finger and left the ring.


Misao vs. Miu Watanabe

Misao got the pin with the Vantis. after Watanabe ran into the exposed corner. Misao had removed the padding when the referee wasn’t looking.

It was another impressive outing for Watanabe who did several power moves. She got Misao in the giant swing and turned it into a Boston Crab. There was a scary moment when Misao tried to roll through the hold and she rolled on her neck really badly. Watanabe got her in a swinging bear hug then dropped her into an over the knee back breaker. She then picked her up in a single shoulder back breaker.

After the match, Misao cut a usual smug promo. Rika Tatsumi was attending to Watanabe but decided to try to hug Misao for some reason. Misao was insulted and pushed her away. Misao carried both Tag Titles belts because Sakisama likes being champion but doesn’t like “lowering herself” to actually hold the hardware.

Sakisama vs. Mina Shirakawa

Sakisama got the pin after the Academy Awards.

There was a lot of back and forth mat work. Shirakawa countered with a few MMA style submission attempts.

Shirakawa screamed in disappointment after the loss and Yuki Kamifuku consoled her.

Shoko Nakajima, Nodoka Tenma, and Yuki Aino vs. Yuka Sakazaki, Hikari Noa, and Mirai Maiumi

Nakajima pinned Maiumi with the Northern Lights Suplex.

Noa wrestled with her left arm in a protective sleeve.

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