Tokyo Joshi Pro Results 11/30/19

Tokyo Joshi Pro results from Kanagawa, Japan 🇯🇵 at Yokohama Radiant Hall on 11/30/19 and live on DDT Universe: https://www.ddtpro.com/universe/videos/7421

Marika Kobashi came out to address the crowd during announcements. She has been away from wrestling and attending college.

Nodoka Tenma vs. Yuki Kamifuku vs. Haruna Neko

Tenma pinned Neko after a Samoan Drop. Neko gave Kamifuku an eye rake and a code breaker to send her out of the ring just before the finish. This match looked like Attack of the 50 Foot Woman vs. a couple of Ewoks with the size difference as Kamifuku towered over both of them.

Shoko Nakajima vs. Mina Shirakawa

Nakajima won with a standing submission. It was a solid back and forth match between the two.

Sakisama vs. Raku

Sakisama won with the YSL submission hold.

Raku surprised Sakisama and the crowd before the bell by drop kicking her off of the ring as she was trying to enter it.

Miu Watanabe vs. Yuki Anio

Anio got the pin after the Venus DDT.

After the match, Anio and Tenma challenged Watanabe and Rika Tatsumi to a Tag Team Titles Match on the 1/4/20 show.

Intermission

Maki Ito and Pom Harajuku vs. Hikari Noa and Mahiro Kiryu

Ito submitted Kiryu to an elevated Ito Special.

Misao vs. Rika Tatsumi in a Falls Count Anywhere Match

Tatsumi got the pin after the missile hip attack into a pile of chairs that Misao tossed in the ring earlier.

They brawled away from ringside at the start for a couple of minutes but the cameras didn’t follow them out to catch it. You could clearly hear the crowd reaction to things.

When they came back towards the ring Tatsumi grabbed a bicycle that had a big cardboard decoration of Misao’s former Super Misao gimmick on the handle bars. She rode the bike around ringside and drove into Misao. Misao eventually got the advantage on the outside and she ripped the decoration off of the bike to use as a weapon.

There was a big angle after the match. Misao was laid out and exhausted in the ring. Tatsumi went over to her and offered a fist bump in respect. Misao actually gave her one back to everyone’s surprise.

Tatsumi got on the mic. She had the Super Misao gimmick mask in her hands. She asked Misao to please return to her old self.

Just as it looked like Misao was going to take the mask and agree, Sakazaki came out and intimidated her. She questioned the loyalty. She said will teach Misao fear in an upcoming match and left the ring.

Tatsumi slapped Misao and told her to not allow Sakisama to bully her. Misao said she will choose her own path but she gave Tatsumi another fist bump.

Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki, and Suzume vs. Miyu Yamashita, Yuna Manase, Mirai Maiumi

Yamashita pinned Suzume after the Attitude Adjustment.

After the match, Yamashita held out a gift box and offered it to Sakazaki. Sakazaki asked if it was bean paste. Yamashita said it was. It ended up being the kind Sakazaki doesn’t like so she refused it. Mizuki came back into the ring with a sly smile on her face. She snatched it away from Yamashita then quickly left the ring with it.

Yamashita thanked the crowd for their support as the year is almost over.

The next show is 12/7 in Tokyo at Belle Époque College of Beauty.

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