TOKYO Joshi Results 9/1/19

TOKYO Joshi Pro results of their “The Mountain Top 2019” event from Osaka, Japan at the Prefectural Gym and live on DDT Universe on 9/1/19:

Mirai Maiumi vs. Suzume

Maiumi got the pin after a lariat. Good opener. They started off exchanging headlocks and takedowns. The rookie Suzume once again got in a few near falls with a flying cross body and an inside cradle.

Pom Harajuku and Mahiro Kiryu vs. Himawari Unagi and YUMI

Unagi submitted Harajuku to an elevated and trenched in chin lock.

Yuki Kamifuku and Gisele Shaw vs. Miyu Yamashita and Miu Watanabe

Yamashita pinned Kamifuku after an Attitude Adjustment. Watanabe managed to get Shaw in a giant swing for a few revolutions.

Yuna Manase, Nodoka Tenma, and Yukio Aino vs. Natsumi Maki, Hikari Noa, and Raku

Manase pinned Maki after a lariat and then challenged her for a shot at the new International Title.

Maki Ito vs. Su Yung

Yung got the pin after the Panic Switch.

The usually cocky and tough attitude Ito was afraid of Yung at the start but slowly worked up the courage to give her the middle finger. Yung then hit her arm and hand.

They went to the outside for a little while and Yung set her up in a chair on the outside and connected with a senton off the apron.

They got into a screaming match to see who could intimidate each other. The referee tried to get them to stop and they both shouted at him which caused him to collapse to the mat. Ito yelled at Yung and it knocked her down.

Yung brought the glove out and tried to give Ito the mandible claw but Ito blocked it. Ito hit a headbutt to the midsection and followed up with a DDT.

Ito came off the top rope and Yung caught her with the mandible claw. Ito struggled for several seconds but then used her teeth to pull the glove off Yung’s hand.

Ito went for the Ito Special but Yung sprayed the red mist into her face before she could lock it in.

Antonio Honda, Yuka Sakazaki, and Rika Tatsumi vs. Sakisama, Misao, and Martha (Yuki Saint Laurent)

Misao pinned Tatsumi after the Vantis.

This was a comedy match and actually funny. Honda immediately fell in the ring and did his fake hurt knee routine when he was first tagged in. He tried to tell Martha his usual distraction story but she wasn’t buying it and gave him a low blow with a broom, (She’s supposed to be the cleaning lady of Sakisama)..

Honda did the fake knee injury again later in the match as Misao had Tatsumi in a submission hold. This time he got the heels to listen. When he tried to poke them in the eyes they were all able to deflect him and he poked Sakazaki, Tatsumi, and himself in the eyes instead. The look on Sakazaki’s face while Honda was telling the story was priceless as she hung on to every word in amazement.

Sakisama cut her arrogant and gloating promo when it was over.

Princess of Princess Champion Shoko Nakajima vs. Mizuki

Nakajima gets the pin after a diving senton.

Misao came out and made a challenge for the title.

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Tokyo Joshi Pro card for 7/13/19

Tokyo Joshi Pro will have an event on 7/13/19 in Nagoya, Japan at Aichi NGK Sports Plaza at 15:00. This show will NOT be broadcast live on DDT Universe. It will be posted up on the service a few days later

Pom Harajuku vs. YUMI

Rika Tatsumi vs. Mahiro Kiryu

Yuka Sakazaki vs. Mina Shirakawa vs. Himawari Unagi

Maki Itoh and Raku vs. Hikari Noa and Natsumi Maki

Mizuki, Yuna Manase, and Yuki Kamifuku vs. Miyu Yamashita, Miu Watanabe, and Mirai Maiumi

TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions Sakisama and Misao vs. Nodoka Tenma and Yuki Aino

Tokyo Joshi results 6/8/19: New Champions

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

Miyu Yamashita, Himawari Unagi, and Mahiro Kiryu vs. Miu Watanabe, Pom Harajuku, and Mirai Maiumi

Watanabe pinned Unagi after the Teardrop.

Nodoka Tenma vs. Raku vs. Yuki Kamifuku

Tenma pinned Raku after a flying body press.

Shoko Nakajima and Yuki Aino vs. Mina Shirakawa and Hikari Noa

Nakajima pinned Shirakawa with a Northern Lights suplex.

The last couple of minutes was basically a one on one match with Nakajima vs. Shirakawa as Aino and Noa were apparently brawling on the outside but the cameras didn’t show it.

Nakajima gave Noa a running hangman neckbreaker turning into a small package but Noa kicked out. Noa then kept kicking out of everything else Nakajima tried to give her.


TOKYO Princess Cup Tournament Match (Round 2): Maki Itoh vs. Natsumi Maki

Maki got the pin with a jackknife cover.

This was good. It started as a wild brawl. Maki tried to shake hands at the bell but Itoh gave her the middle finger. Maki responded with a super kick.

They brawled outside the ring and Maki threw Itoh in a bunch of chairs and choked her with the edge of a chair.

Maki rammed Itoh’s head into the apron but it had no effect and made Itoh mad.

Itoh threw Maki into a bunch of chairs and then body slammed her on the floor.

Back in the ring there was a huge brawl with an exchange of forearm shots and hair pulling.

Maki went for a flying body press but missed. Itoh went for a flying head butt and missed.

Itoh managed to connect with a flying head butt but Maki kicked out.

Itoh with a head butt and attempt at the Itoh Special submission but Maki turned it into a cradle.

A series of cradle pin attempts before Maki was finally able to get the win.

Itoh looked very angry after the match and grabbed the mic to cut a promo but then just threw the mic down in anger. She shouted at Maki then stormed out of the ring.

TOKYO Princess Cup Tournament Match (Round 2): Yuna Manase vs. Rika Tatsumi

Manase got the pin after an Axe Kick to the head.

Much of the match saw Tatsumi working on the legs of Manase. She gave running drop kick on the apron to the legs of Manase which were wrapped around the ring post. She then followed up with a figure four around the post.

It looked Tatsumi was going to win with a leg lock submission in the ring but Manase was slowly and dramatically able to make it to the ropes after several seconds.

TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki vs. Sakisama and Misao

Sakisama and Misao won the titles when Misao pinned Mizuki after the Vantis while Sakisama stopped Sakazaki on the outside from being able to make the save.

This was not unexpected with Sakazaki on her way to AEW and Sakisama and Misao pushed as top heels.

Sakisama and Misao refused to shake hands as usual at the start and turned their backs. That angered Sakazaki and Mizuki and they attacked.

Action briefly spilled out to the outside as Sakazaki and Mizuki came off of two separate ring posts and connected with a couple of flying body presses to the floor.

Back inside the ring there was an exchange of stomps and double stomps between Misao and Mizuki.

Sakazaki and Mizuki were able to power up Sakisama up in a gut wrench and give her a double team jackknife power bomb. I think Sakisama is the tallest on the roster as the super model turned pro wrestler towers over everyone else by far.

Sakazaki and Mizuki both came off the same top rope and landed on Sakisama and Misao together.

Sakazaki went for the Magical Girl Splash on Sakisama but Sakisama got her knees up.

Misao tried to go for the Vantis on Mizuki but Sakazaki was able to pull Mizuki away.

Sakazaki tried to go for a Magical Girl Splash on Misao but Sakisama caught her and gave her a delayed suplex which sent her rolling to the outside before the finish.

Sakisama and Misao cut a calm and arrogant pro after. Sakisama offered Sakazaki the mic but then just hit her on the head with it and it made a cartoon sound effect. Sakazaki carried Mizuki away from ringside as the new champions continued to gloat.

The next show is 6/22/19 back at Shinkiba 1st Ring.

Tokyo Joshi Pro results 4/29/19, Thunder Rosa debuts

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling from Tokyo, Japan at Itabashi Green Hall on 4/29/19:

Yuki Kamifuku and Mahiro Kiryu beat Pom Harajuku and Haruna Neko when Kamifuku pinned Harajuku after the famouser.

Mina Shirakawa pinned Raku after an Implant DDT.

Natsumi Maki and Hikari Noa beat Yung Manase and Himawari Unagi.

Yuki Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Yuki Aino and Thunder Rosa when Sakazaki pinned Aino with a Cutie Special.

Sakisama and Misao beat Nodoka Tenma and YUMI.

Miyu Yamashita, Marika Kobashi, and Reika Saiki beat Shoko Nakajima, Miu Watanabe, and Rika Tatsumi by knock out/ref stoppage when Yamashita kicked Nakajima in the head.

Tokyo Joshi Pro results 4/13/19

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Shinkiba 1st Ring in Tokyo, Japan on 4/13/19 live on DDT Universe:

Marika Kobashi announced she will take some time off at the end of May to focus on her college future.

Rika Tatsumi and Haruna Neko beat Mahiro Kiryu and Pom Harajuku when Tatsumi used a Dragon Sleeper on Kiryu for the win.

Reika Saiki beat YUMI with the Tower Bridge.

Natsumi Maki and Hikari Noa beat Mina Shirakawa and Yuki Kamifuku when Maki pinned Shirakawa after the Backlash.

Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Yuna Manase and Himawari Unagi when Sakazaki pinned Unagi after a missile drop kick.

Sakisama and Misao beat Miu Watanabe and Raku when Misao pinned Watanabe after the double arm face buster. After the match it looked like the heels were going to attack the exhausted Watanabe but Rika Tatsumi ran in and shielded Watanabe before anything bad could happen.

Miu Watanabe and Rika Tatsumi vs. Sakisama and Misao will take place on 5/3/19 at Korakuen Hall.

TOKYO Princess of Princess Champion and new SHINE Champion Miyu Yamashita came to the ring with confidence and both titles draped over each shoulder.

She did a kick during her introduction as streamer went off and then suddenly both titles were dropped into each of her hands like magic from the quick motion.

Miyu Yamashita, Shoko Nakajima, and Marika Kobashi beat Maki Itoh, Yuki Aino, and Nodoka Tenma when Nakajima pinned Aino after a spike hurricanrana off the top rope.

After the match, things got a little tense between Nakajima and Yamashita. Nakajima then made got on the mic and challenged Yamashita to a title match.

The 5/3/19 show at Korakuen Hall should look like this:

Yamashita vs. Nakajima

Tag Champions Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki vs. Natsumi Maki and Hikari Noa

Maki Itoh vs. Aja Kong

Reika Saiki and Marika Kobashi vs. Raku and Rhio

Rika Tatsumi and Miu Watanabe vs. Sakisama and Misao

Tokyo Joshi Pro results “Spring Tour – Ready Set, Go!” 3/23/19

TJPW results on 3/23/19 from Tokyo, Japan at Itabashi Green Hall:

Hikari Noa won by submission over Pinano Pipipipi with a Modified Ground Cobra Twist.

Shoko Nakajima won a 3-Way over Pom Harajuku and Mina Shirakawa after pinning Shirakawa with a Crushed Okiahima Roll.

Miyu Yamashita and YUMI beat Himawari Unagi and Mahiro Kiryu when Yamashita used a Cobra Clutch to submit Unagi.

Nodoka Tenma, Natsumi Maki, and Haruna Neko beat Marika Kobashi, Rika Tatsumi, and Raku when Maki pinned Raku with the Backlash.

Saskisama and Misao beat Miu Watanabe and Yuki Aino when Misao pinned Watanabe.

TOKYO Princess Tag Team Champions Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Yuki Kamifuku and Yuna Manase when Sakazaki pinned Kamifuku after the Magical Magical Girl Splash.

The company announced Thunder Rosa will be coming in for the 5/3/19 show at Korakuen Hall.