Reminder: W.W.D. Is Moving

Just a reminder that W.W.D. is no longer being updated on Word Press and we’ve moved over to Blogger

I’m trying to transfer over the address. But in the meantime, head to Blogger today for news on the indie wrestling star in Hustler Magazine plus NOAH and Choco Pro 5 results coming up later today (cheap clickbait, I know).

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Ice Ribbon Live Simulcast Event Results 4/11/20

Ice Ribbon results of their no fans show from Saitama, Japan 🇯🇵 at the dojo on 4/11/20 and streaming live on YouTube for the first time and simulcast on Nico Video

A couple of changes to the card: it was supposed to be Banny Oikawa vs. Satsuki Totoro but Oikawa is out after undergoing a dental procedure this week. Totoro will now face Maika Ozaki. Suzu Suzuki was to face trainee Ishikawa in an exhibition match but Ishikawa’s temperature was a little high so that match is now scratched in the lineup out of precaution.

Fans have the option of donating tips in the chat room because their has been no live gate/paying fans due to the virus pandemic.

At the moment there will be more live streaming no fans shows set for 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, and 5/4.

Satsuki Totoro vs. Maika Ozaki

Ozaki got the pin after a diving senton.

Thekla vs. Akane Fujita

This is Fujita’s first match back in Japan after a few weeks. She was here in the USA, and had several bookings set up, but then all of those shows got canceled due to the virus shutting things down. When she came back home to Japan she was in quarantine after traveling.

Fujita got the pin after a driver.

Tsukushi and Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Risa Sera and Mochi Miyagi

They went to the time limit draw just as it looked like Fujimoto was about to get a pin.

The action went to the floor early on with Fujimoto and Tsukushi using a baby stroller as a weapon to run over their opponents.

Fujimoto will face Sera on next week’s show.

Yappy vs. Hiragi Kurumi

Kurumi got the pin after the top rope splash.

Maya Yukihi and Ibuki Hoshi vs. Suzu Suzuki and Hamuko Hoshi

Suzuki pinned Ibuki after a series of near fall reversals between the two.

This was a fun event that came off like a solid house show. All the wrestlers stopped by to the announcers desk between matches to chat with fans in the chat rooms watching the simulcast. It was a good introduction to Ice Ribbons for people who haven’t seen the product before.

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Choco Pro Wrestling 4 Results 4/10/20

Chocolate Pro Wrestling 4 results from Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵 at Ichigaya Chocolate Square on 4/10/20 and live on YouTube

Mei Suruga vs. Antonio Honda

Honda got the win by a choke submission as Suruga tried to take him down with a backslide.

Yuna Mizumori and Baliyan Akki vs. Emi Sakura and Chris Brookes

Brookes somehow managed to fit through one of the windows and did a diving knee drop on Akki. Sakura later followed up and gave a splash to one of Akki’s legs then acted like she was riding a surfboard standing on his leg.

Brookes submitted Mizumori with a Manji Gatame for the win.

Chris Brookes won the Tropical Yahoo Game over everyone else to win the chocolate prize. He gave his prize to Suruga.

The next show is 4/14/20 also at 7am EST.

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Ice Ribbon No Fans Show Lineup For Live YouTube On 4/11/20

Ice Ribbon will have another live no fans show broadcast from their dojo in Saitama, Japan 🇯🇵 on 4/11/20 at 5:30am EST.

The event will air free on YouTube live for the first time ( and simulcast free on Nico Video (

Yappy tells me there will be an option to donate on YouTube in the chat room since there will be no fans/no paying fans in attendance because of the virus pandemic.

Here is the card:

Suzu Suzuki vs. Ishikawa in an exhibition match

Banny Oikawa vs. Satsuki Totoro

Akane Fujita vs. Thekla

Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi vs. Risa Sera and Mochi Miyagi

Yappy vs. Hiragi Kurumi

Maya Yukihi and Ibuki Hoshi vs. Suzu Suzuki and Hamuko Hoshi

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Chocolate Pro Wrestling 3 Results 4/7/20

Choco Pro 3 results from Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵 at Ichigaya Chocolate House on 4/7/20 and live on YouTube

This is Emi Sakura and Antonio Honda’s new project. It’s of course a no fans show with the virus from the cafe that Gatoh Move usually runs at.

Sakura and Baliyan Akki greeted everyone. Antonio Honda sang “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones in English as the roster warmed up.

Antonio Honda vs. Lulu Pencil with Emi Sakura as the referee

Honda got the win by submission after countering an attempted abdominal stretch.

Yuna Mizumori vs. Mitsuru Konno

They went to a 10-minute time limit draw. Good match starting off with submission attempts then hitting finishers for near falls followed up by countering pin attempts several times in a row.

Emi Sakura and Baliyan Akki vs. Chris Brookes and Mei Suruga

Brookes and Suruga pinned Akki with a double team jackknife as Sakura was late making the save.

Brookes towers over everyone else on the roster. At one point they did a “chicken fight” spot and he had to crouch down so Suruga’s head didn’t smash through the ceiling. He gave Suruga a basketball after the match and folded up his arms to make a “hoop” for her to use.

They did a Janken Tournament with chocolate as the prize. Lulu Pencil won it.

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Gatoh Move To Debut On FITE For Free On 4/7/20

Emi Sakura’s Gatoh Move promotion will make its premiere on FITE starting on 4/7/20 at 9pm EST with an event that originally took place on 12/30/18. It will be free to watch.

Super Asia Champion Riho vs. An Chamu (the title has been vacant since 6/19 when Riho left the company).

Saki vs. Mei Suruga

Emi Sakura, Baliyan Akki, and Masahiro Takahashi vs. Konno Misuru, Sawasdee Kamen, and Sayaka Obihiro in the main event

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Tokyo Joshi Pro Stars In New Commercial

Miyu Yamashita, Hikari Noa, and ring announcer Sayuri Nanba are among the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster and crew featured in an ad for a Japanese energy drink.

Yamashita, Shoko Nakajima, Mina Shirakawa, and Pom Harajuku of TJPW all had high profile cameo roles in a big fight scene earlier this year on the CBS show “S.W.A.T.” in the episode titled Ekitai Rashku

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GAEA Reunion Postponed In A Major Way

The one night GAEA Japan return event to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their first show has unfortunately been postponed due to the virus pandemic. It was supposed to take place on 4/15/20 at Korakuen Hall.

They wanted to make sure this was going to be a major nostalgic event and didn’t want to risk continued postponements with the unsureness of the virus disruptions.

There is no new exact date yet but the show will not take place now until January 2021 at Korakuen Hall.

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