Tokyo Joshi Pro results from Tokyo, Japan at Itabashi Green Hall on 7/20/19:
Hikari Noa beat Mirai Maiumi by Blue Racer submission.
Yuka Sakazaki beat Maya Kiryu by trapped double arm submission. Sakazaki had an AEW logo hat with her.
Nodoka Tenma, Mina Shirakawa, and Himawari Unagi beat Miyu Yamashita, YUMI, and Pom Harajuku when Tenma pinned Harajuku after the Kill Switch.
Sakisama and Misao beat Miu Watanabe and Raku when Sakisama submitted Raku.
Miyu Yamashita came out after and said she and Watanabe will challenge Sakisama and Misao for the tag titles on the 8/25/19 show at Korakuen Hall.
Mizuki and Maki Ito beat Shoko Nakajima and Yuki Aino when Mizuki submitted Aino to a face lock.
Ito then argued with Mizuki after the match. She was bitter and jealous that Mizuki won the TOKYO Princess Cup Tournament. They will now face each other on the 8/25 show.
Natsumi Maki won the 4-Way Elimination Match over Yuki Kamifuku, Yuna Manase, and Rika Tatsumi by pinning Kamifuku with the backlash to become the Japanese contender for the inaugural International Title.
The night before that show, Fight Club Pro will have an event in Wolverhampton, U.K. at The Hangar with FCP Tag Team Champions Chris Brookes and Kyle Fletcher vs. Meiko Satomura and DASH Chisako in the main event.
Tokyo Joshi Pro announced some big news today as they and DDT are planning to expand outside of Japan.
They are adding an International Princess Title and the Japanese representative to challenge for it will be determined on the 7/20/19 show at Itabashi Green Hall.
Yuna Manase, Yuki Kamifuku, Rika Tatsumi, and Natsumi Maki will face each other in a 4-Way Match for the #1 Japanese contender. The company says they will be seeking out foreign wrestlers to compete for the new title.
There will be a finals match to crown the inaugural champion on 8/25/19 at Korakuen Hall.
They also announced that they are dropping the “TOKYO” name from the other two titles in the company. The titles will now just be referred to as the “Princess of Princess Championship” and the “Princess Tag Championship”.