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Title: JWP Project
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on October 04, 2007, 06:18:28 AM
Starting again
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 05, 2007, 09:38:56 AM
Latest news stolen from Josh on the old forum...

Several developments for JWP.  First, they will be traveling to Sendai to take on Senjo on Friday, October 5.  I've posted the card in the Sendai thread.

According to Lady's Ring and Joshipuro.com, JWP's 2 trainees have passed their audition and will be debuting later this year, probably at December's Jr. All Star show.  The first one is named either Mayuka Niizeki or Mayuka Shinzaki.  She's from the Ota ward of Tokyo and is only 15 (born 1/16/92).  Mayuka is 158 cm and 58 kg and her "target wrestler" is Kayoko Haruyama.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file46fd6d0f4c714_NIIZEKI.JPG)

The other trainee is named YUKI.  She wears a mask and her real name, hometown, and age were not given.  She's pretty small (154cm and 53 kg) and her "target wrestler" is Tojuki Leon.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file46fd6d0f4f212_DSC05092.JPG)

Also from Lady's Ring is the card for the JWP show on 10/14.

JWP "FLASHPOINT" October 14, 2007 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Sachie Abe vs Cherry
2. Aska Ohki/Arisa Nakajima vs Misaki Ohata/Hiroyo Matsumoto
3. Keito vs Ran Yu-Yu
4. Azumi Hyuga/KAZUKI vs Command Bolshoi/Toshie Uematsu
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kayoko Haruyama/Tojuki Leon vs Manami Toyota/Kaori Yoneyama/X
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 15, 2007, 05:14:49 PM
From Lady's Ring mobile, we have the full card for JWP's next show, a press conference, and some more details about the New Year's Eve Jr. All Stars show that JWP will be hosting.  It seems most of the JWP women are wearing green t-shirts these days.

First, the full card for this weekend.

JWP October 21, 2007 "LINE OF HEAT" (evening)
Shinjuku FACE


1. Aska Ohki vs Aya Yuki
2. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Arisa Nakajima (c) vs Misaki Ohata
3. WANTED!? versus Uematsu Last Battle: Sachie Abe/KAZUKI/Carlos Amano vs Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yu-Yu/Chikayo Nagashima
4. Final Egotist at JWP: Michiko Ohmukai/Command Bolshoi vs Azumi Hyuga/Keito
5. Kaori Yoneyama vs Tojuki Leon
6. JWP Tag Team Chapionship: Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kayoko Haruyama vs Manami Toyota/Etsuko Mita

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4713eafb831a3_02.jpg)              (http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4713eafb88f70_03.jpg)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4713eabb3dd40_04.jpg)             (http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4713eabb40060_05.jpg)

I'm not going to try to transcibe the comments, as I don't think Nifty does it justice, but it seems like Uematsu in particular was rocking the mike.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4713ea29219d7_11.jpg)

This photo is of the participants in the Jr. All Stars main event.  It's a 6 woman match called "BEST OF JUNIOR" and I guess the theme is that different promotions sent their best rookie.  No details of what kind of match, teams, etc. were given.  If you don't recognize them, we have lumberjill Aoi Kizuki (Ice Ribbon), Aya Yuki (NEO), junior champ Arisa Nakajima (JWP), Hiroyo Matsumoto (S-Ovation/Ibuki), Tyrannosaurus Okuda (Sendai Girls), and Hanako Kobayashi (Ito Dojo).

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on October 15, 2007, 06:27:57 PM
Okay.  Aoi looks like she stepped out of a cluster of western Kentucky mountains on a moonshine run.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on October 15, 2007, 06:36:50 PM
So everybody's top jr. in the main event.

Aside from Mai and Sato for Ito Dojo, who considering they won last years main will probably get a semi-main tag match.

29 girls?

I guess there will be 3 6-man tags.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 15, 2007, 06:37:56 PM
Okay.  Aoi looks like she stepped out of a cluster of western Kentucky mountains on a moonshine run.

Uh, no mountains here in west Kentucky.  Your hillbillies are in eastern Kentucky.    *gah
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on October 15, 2007, 06:39:42 PM
That's what I meant to say.

My bad.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 15, 2007, 07:01:11 PM
when will i see these matches on youtube?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 16, 2007, 05:43:11 AM
So everybody's top jr. in the main event.

Aside from Mai and Sato for Ito Dojo, who considering they won last years main will probably get a semi-main tag match.

29 girls?

I guess there will be 3 6-man tags.

Well, they had 12(!) matches last year, so even if they cut that down to say 8, they will get a lot of girls in.  I still liked my fantasy booking where Okuda takes the junior titles away from Nakajima, but it's pretty much law that anything I ever mention in a fantasy booking setting never ever happens in reality.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 20, 2007, 06:15:50 PM
Bad news from JWP-I got this from Frank Pozen who caught this on Command Bolshoi's blog.  The young masked trainee YUKI has been forced to retire before she could even debut.  She collapsed in practice last week and it was found that she had a weak blood vessel in her brain that caused a hemorrhage.  YUKI spent a few days in the hospital-she's out now but the doctors told her that she can't participate in contact sports, as the danger is too great.  It's sad that she got her dream taken away before her career could even start, but obviously it could have been much worse.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on October 20, 2007, 07:48:30 PM
Well that fucking sucks from a lot of stand points. At least she will live.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on October 21, 2007, 03:16:33 AM
It's probably a good thing it happened in training and not in a match situation where she might have felt the need to carry on (if she was even able to) or it might not have been noticed quickly.  Poor girl, I hope she finds a good place in the world.
Title: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 21, 2007, 11:30:46 AM
We had two successful title defenses and more happiness for Toshie fans.   *whee

BTW, I got both the OZ and JWP results from this blog http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/oz-academy (http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/oz-academy) and I'm not 100% sure about some of the translations on the finishers.

JWP October 21, 2007 "LINE OF HEAT" (evening)
Shinjuku FACE


1. Aya Yuki defeated Aska Ohki (9:53) with the Divine Wind.
2. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Arisa Nakajima (c) defeated Misaki Ohata (10:31) with the Cutie Special.  4th defense of JWP Jr. Title & 2nd defense of POP Title.
3. WANTED!? versus Team Uematsu Last Battle: Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yu-Yu/Chikayo Nagashima defeated Sachie Abe/KAZUKI/Carlos Amano (18:13) when Uematsu pinned KAZUKI after an accidental Carlos Ghosn.
4. Final Egotist at JWP: Michiko Ohmukai/Command Bolshoi defeated Azumi Hyuga/Keito (13:26) when Ohmukai used the Flash-of-Light Magic on Keito.
5. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Tojuki Leon (14:03) with the U.S.-ZOU.
6. JWP Tag Team Chapionship: Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kayoko Haruyama defeated Manami Toyota/Etsuko Mita (22:15) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Toyota. 1st defense.

I'm not surprised at all that Arisa retained against Misaki.  I'm still hoping she drops these titles to Sendai's Tyrannosaurus Okuda. 

Another good day for Toshie and Ran.  I can't think WANTED!? are happy that they lost because of a screw-up by Amano.  I really don't believe these teams will never meet again.

Michiko gets to win her last match in JWP on the retirement road.  I'd rather have seen Leon win than Yoneyama, but no biggie.  The big result is not just Tsubasa and Kayoko retaining-I expected that since there was no reason to drop the belts to Manami and Etsuko-but that Tsubasa did want she wanted and finally got the big pinfall on Toyota.

JWP just has a small dojo show next weekend.  The trainee Mayuka Shinzeki will have a 5 minute exhibition before her formal debut at Junior All Stars.  Sadly (as I mentioned in the JWP thread), the other trainee, YUKI (the masked girl) will not be able to debut.  She collapsed in training and was in hospital for a few days, where a weakened blood vessel was discovered in her brain, and the doctors have ruled out contact sports.  It's a shame, but at least it didn't turn into a horrible tragedy.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 22, 2007, 05:28:11 AM
It's probably a good thing it happened in training and not in a match situation where she might have felt the need to carry on (if she was even able to) or it might not have been noticed quickly.  Poor girl, I hope she finds a good place in the world.

i agree
besides it might be somewhat difficult to explain to the spectators later on
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: LUKIE on October 27, 2007, 08:20:35 PM
JWP 02/11/07
'Line of Heat'
Itabashi Green Hall
1. KAZUKI vs Misaki Ohata
2. Sachie Abe vs Tojuki LEON
3. Arisa Nakajima vs Yoshiko Tamura
4. Commando Bolshoi & Asuka Ohki vs Ran YuYu & Toshie Uematsu
5. Azumi Hyuga, Manami Toyota & Sakuri Endo (???) vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama

Arisa Nakajima will be defending her JWP Junior and POP Titles against Tyrannosauras Okuda on 18/11 @ Zepp Sendai.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Ozmont on October 27, 2007, 09:23:31 PM
Tamura's gonna soften up Arisa's brain as leftovers for Okuda. Not saying Okuda needs Tamura's help *bwah
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on October 29, 2007, 04:22:27 PM
Photos here - http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/64756020.html

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/4/3/43be7324.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/a/e/ae786478.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/8/2/82f4e9d6.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/2/2/22e3d5b8.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/e/0/e051310e.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/f/1/f1ea29e4.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/7/a/7ae6de32.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/8/e/8e8026b5.jpg)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/4/b/4b34a2ce.jpg)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/d/d/dd5014e0.JPG)





Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on October 29, 2007, 04:28:46 PM
Why does the last photo look like it should be from the Ohka v. Mio match from the most recent WAVE show?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on October 29, 2007, 04:32:11 PM
oops, I screwed it up since I was posting WAVE photos from the same blog too.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 01, 2007, 01:57:20 PM
Couple of Ohmukai notes from this, her final JWP appearance.

After the match, Boshoi gave her a bouquet of flowers.

(http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2586.jpg) (http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2598.jpg)

And she spoke on the microphone, causing everybody to get a little emotional.

(http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2588.jpg) (http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2589.jpg)

Even the EGOIST herself had to pause and recover.

(http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2602.jpg) (http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2603.jpg)

She managed to get it back together, and spoke directly to Tojuki LEON, saying she still carries the flag and represents M's Style in JWP.

(http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2604.jpg)

"And Retirement Road Continues..."

(http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/hiroyuki/img2571.jpg)


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 04, 2007, 11:55:44 PM
Wow manami toyota's in the  main event of like everyone of these shows...but no one is posting them on veoh *gloom
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 14, 2007, 12:09:06 PM
I'm going to bump the JWP thread.  They've got a show on Saturday and then the trip to Sendai on Sunday, with the main event being the JWP Jr./POP Championship match with Arisa Nakajima versus Tyrannosaurus Okuda.

Here's the Saturday lineup:

JWP "LINE OF HEAT" November 17, 2007
Akatsuka Public Hall


1. Tojuki Leon vs Cherry
2. Kayoko Haruyama/Asuka Ohki vs Keito/Arisa Nakajima
3. Sachie Abe vs Manami Toyota
4. KAZUKI vs Ran Yu-Yu
5. Azumi Hyuga/Command Bolshoi vs Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 14, 2007, 03:08:05 PM
Oo Tojuki Leon vs Cherry  *Oni*
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: glowlad on November 18, 2007, 05:50:51 AM
I went to a JD Star show in november 2006. There was a tag match with a wrestler in a red mask, who I THINK  was announced as a JWP wrestler. Anyway, she brought this huge bottle to the ring. During the match the bottle went flying out of the ring  and smacked me in the chest...I laughed along with the crowd but it bloody hurt!

Anyone know who the wrestler was?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 18, 2007, 05:56:50 AM
I went to a JD Star show in november 2006. There was a tag match with a wrestler in a red mask, who I THINK  was announced as a JWP wrestler. Anyway, she brought this huge bottle to the ring. During the match the bottle went flying out of the ring  and smacked me in the chest...I laughed along with the crowd but it bloody hurt!

Anyone know who the wrestler was?

If it was a short wrestler, then it sounds like the "Sarubobo" gimmick that I believe was played by Kaori Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: glowlad on November 18, 2007, 06:53:47 AM
Ah, ok, domo arigato!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Richlet on November 18, 2007, 06:42:56 PM
I'm seriously living in the wrong country, although my gf might be pretty annoyed if  spent all my cash on flying around watching JWP matches   *haha
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 23, 2007, 08:29:20 AM
JWP now has announced 3 matches for the December 9th show "CLIMAX 2007" at Korakuen Hall.  We get a debut and two title matches.

JWP "JWP CLIMAX 2007" December 9, 2007
Korakuen Hall


1. Debut Match: Mayuka Shinzeki vs Arisa Nakajima
2. JWP Junior/POP Titles: Tyrannosaurus Okuda (c) vs Asuka Ohki
3. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama

I'm a little surprised they decided to debut Shinzeki here rather than at Junior All-Stars, but she's had a few exhibitions at dojo shows and I guess they think she's ready.  At least my good friend Arisa Nakajima will get to taste victory again.  *haha

If JWP is using Okuda as a transitional champion to move the junior title from Nakajima to Okhi, I'll be very very pissed off  *livid    Hopefully the fact that this would make no sense will keep the title on Okuda for the time being.  At least it makes more sense why they didn't bring Ohki to the last Sendai show, since it would be hard to have her be the next challenger if she had jobbed to a Sendai girl again (Ohki already got pwned by Miz).  Also, the Junior All-Stars main event would be ruined if Okuda loses now to someone not even in that main event and who generally jobs to even other juniors. 

I think I talked about the Hyuga/Yoneyama title match earlier.  Yoneyama got a pinfall over Hyuga in a tag match about a week ago, but I don't believe a title change is in store here.  I think that this was Plan B for the final defense of 2007 after the intended big title defense in Sendai against Satomura got scrapped.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on November 23, 2007, 06:56:32 PM
I also believe Hyuga will retain the belt as the year draws to a close, though it is a bit disappointing we are not going to see Hyuga/Satomura fued for the time being until Satomura is 100% again.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 23, 2007, 07:02:48 PM
Considering Ayako beat Satomura in the Senjo WAR Tourney, shouldn't we be seeing a Ayako vs. Azumi match soon?

Did they wrestle yet this year?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on November 23, 2007, 07:12:22 PM
You know something, Lucky? That's a thought to consider. The two haven't faced each other this year, so have a Hyuga/Ayako match wouldn't be anything short of impossible (because it is possible). If not this year, then perhaps the start of 2008 the match may take place.

 *pwease  Oh, the possibilities...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 25, 2007, 09:18:31 AM
A few more matches added to the December 9th Korakuen show.  All 3 JWP titles will be defended.  I think we might still have one more match to be announced, as Bolshoi and Leon aren't on the card yet.

JWP "JWP CLIMAX 2007" December 9, 2007
Korakuen Hall

(unsure of order)

1. Debut Match: Mayuka Shinzeki vs Arisa Nakajima
2. JWP Junior/POP Titles: Tyrannosaurus Okuda (c) vs Asuka Ohki
3. Tag Team Festival: WANTED!? (Sachie Abe & KAZUKI) & Mint Showers (Manami Toyota & Etsuko Mita) vs Uematsu Ran (Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu) & DA! (Keito & Carlos Amano)
4. JWP Tag Team Title: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs SUN All-Star Team
5. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama

I didn't realize Keito and Amano had worked together enough to have a team name. I wonder who will be on the SUN All-Star Team?  I'm pretty sure Nanae will be one.



Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on November 25, 2007, 10:10:31 AM
Nanae and Hikaru if they are calling it an All=Star team. That or Nanae/Natsuki. I'm fine with either as long as they win.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 25, 2007, 04:14:00 PM
just a few questions since i knew little of JWP

1. who owned it?
2. when did it start operations?
3. does it have a stable roster?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on November 25, 2007, 05:19:52 PM
just a few questions since i knew little of JWP

1. who owned it?/2. when did it start operations?

Originally it was started in August 1986, by Jackie Sato and Nancy Kumi. 

3. does it have a stable roster?
Yes, their roster is 12 strong, not including longtime ref Tessy Sugo.  They also have an agreement with NEO, and a lot of both rosters go back and forth.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 25, 2007, 05:55:15 PM
jackie sato of the beauty pair?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on November 25, 2007, 06:17:29 PM
jackie sato of the beauty pair?
That'd be right.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 25, 2007, 07:05:46 PM
i should try to see more of its matches then
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 27, 2007, 12:10:42 PM
(http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/003.jpg)

Apparently SUN invaded the 11.25 show. And challenged JWP to a tag match, but came ready to fight dressed in their gear. The challenge was for the JWP Tag titles held by Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama on the 12/9 JWP CLIMAX 2007 show.

(http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/009.jpg)

And of course Arisa jumped in the ring and started to fight again with Natsuki...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 27, 2007, 01:21:38 PM
A few more matches added to the December 9th Korakuen show.  All 3 JWP titles will be defended.  I think we might still have one more match to be announced, as Bolshoi and Leon aren't on the card yet.

JWP "JWP CLIMAX 2007" December 9, 2007
Korakuen Hall

(unsure of order)

1. Debut Match: Mayuka Shinzeki vs Arisa Nakajima
2. JWP Junior/POP Titles: Tyrannosaurus Okuda (c) vs Asuka Ohki
3. Tag Team Festival: WANTED!? (Sachie Abe & KAZUKI) & Mint Showers (Manami Toyota & Etsuko Mita) vs Uematsu Ran (Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu) & DA! (Keito & Carlos Amano)
4. JWP Tag Team Title: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs SUN All-Star Team
5. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama

I didn't realize Keito and Amano had worked together enough to have a team name. I wonder who will be on the SUN All-Star Team?  I'm pretty sure Nanae will be one.

As I thought, one more match has been added: Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon.  It will go between the tag team festival and the tag title match; otherwise, I had the order right.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: General HENkada on November 27, 2007, 01:45:44 PM
And of course Arisa jumped in the ring and started to fight again with Natsuki...
So the All-Star team is definitely *Taiyo and Nanae? Or was the "invasion" by all of SUN? Lucky, the photos aren't showing up for me. Thanks.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 27, 2007, 01:49:59 PM
Must be the blogs settings....

http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/003.jpg

http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/009.jpg
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 27, 2007, 02:16:57 PM
Must be the blogs settings....

http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/003.jpg

http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/009.jpg

That didn't work for me, the only luck I had was to go to the main blog page http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/ (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/).

Nice find, BTW!  I never saw this one before.  There are a lot of photos and show reports, mostly JWP or involving JWP wrestlers.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 27, 2007, 03:12:23 PM
Lol, I saw license plate that said JWP
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on November 28, 2007, 04:30:42 AM
it's funny when you see stuff like that in the general public and you know that they have no idea just how cool that is...like this person that works at the liquor store near my house has AJW in their plate. 

and Mint Shower?  really?  Manami and Mita are MINT effin' SHOWER???  that's a WTF? if I've ever seen one.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on November 28, 2007, 05:56:28 AM
it's funny when you see stuff like that in the general public and you know that they have no idea just how cool that is...like this person that works at the liquor store near my house has AJW in their plate. 

and Mint Shower?  really?  Manami and Mita are MINT effin' SHOWER???  that's a WTF? if I've ever seen one.

I found a golf ball in the woods with JWP on it.

Look up Dream Orca someday.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ohtanisjacket on November 28, 2007, 08:51:29 AM
just a few questions since i knew little of JWP

1. who owned it?
2. when did it start operations?
3. does it have a stable roster?

I have no idea who owned it. I don't think it was actually founded by Jackie Sato, Shinobu Kandori, Rumi Kazama and Nancy Kumi. There was some sort of backer behind it, and I know a public management company was involved, who'd been working on a popular idol show around that time. Sato only wrestled there for about a year. She quit in '87 after the "shoot" incident with Kandori. Anyway, there were a bunch of management problems & some shit involving Onita and Gran Hamada (the trainers), which led to Kazama being fired and that was the reason Kandori left and formed LLPW. The roster split in two and JWP continued as JWP-Project with different management. It was a great little promotion until 1997 when a bunch of awful things happened (Plum Mariko died, Yagi retired and Kansai's illness began.)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 28, 2007, 02:37:38 PM
And of course Arisa jumped in the ring and started to fight again with Natsuki...
So the All-Star team is definitely *Taiyo and Nanae? Or was the "invasion" by all of SUN? Lucky, the photos aren't showing up for me. Thanks.

It's confirmed that SUN's team in the tag title match is Nanae & Natsuki*Taiyo.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 28, 2007, 03:08:35 PM
thanks OJ
wikipedia's library isn't loaded enough with necessary joshi info
that's why i rely on people here instead
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 28, 2007, 04:32:03 PM
I must say I love JWP's clusterfuck tag matches. The ultimate example of course being Thunder Queens, but in general I love their 8 - 10 women tag matches:)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sternness on November 29, 2007, 09:17:23 AM
I don't know if Samurai! TV made a mistake or not, but is looks like the show will air on the same day, possibly near live, with a 3 hour slot. "Modern"-Joshi shows usually get one hour (NEO's major Kawasaki show and last years Jr. All-Star show got 2 hours). 3 hours would be pretty impressive.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 05, 2007, 12:28:20 PM
the tag team matches are good but they are too short
i see a waste of energy here
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 09, 2007, 08:52:40 AM
Here are the results (purolove.com) from JWP's Korakuen Hall show.  I had the teams listed wrong before for Match #3, the Tag Team Festival.  I don't know if I made a mistake or if they changed the card.  Maybe Bolshoi remembered that Toshie & Ran beat Sachie & KAZUKI in a match that was supposed to be the last time they ever faced each other, so she stuck them together on the same team. 

JWP "JWP CLIMAX 2007" December 9, 2007
Korakuen Hall


1. Mayuka Shinzeki Debut Match: Arisa Nakajima defeated Mayuka Shinzeki (8:33) with a Missile Kick.
2. JWP Junior/POP Titles: Tyrannosaurus Okuda (c) defeated Asuka Ohki (11:26) with a German Suplex Hold.  (1st defense)
3. Tag Team Festival: Manami Toyota, Etsuko Mita, Carlos Amano, & Keito defeated Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu (14:42) when Toyota used a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on KAZUKI.
4. Tojuki Leon defeated Command Bolshoi (13:02) with a Captured Buster.
5. JWP Tag Team Title: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (20:24) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Takahashi. (2nd defense)
6. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) defeated Kaori Yoneyama (19:26) with a Diving Enzuigiri Kneedrop. (5th defense)

Very little surprised me in the results.  Arisa finally found someone she could beat  *haha

None of the titles changed hands.  It would have been dumb for Okuda to drop the junior belts so quickly, especially leading up to Junior All Stars.  I expect that when the teams for the main event are announced that Okuda and Nakajima will be on separate teams.  Probably the biggest surprise to me in these results was that Nanae took the fall in the tag championship match.  This is a nice win for Haruyama to go along with her winning SUN's tournament a few weeks back.  Hyuga retains as expected.



Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on December 09, 2007, 12:47:44 PM
Pretty damn greedy of JWP really. Nanae beat their champ so they have Haruyama beat Hikaru and Nanae.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 27, 2007, 12:54:57 PM
JWP
December 23, 2007
JWP Exercise Hall

1. KAZUKI & Asuka Ohki def. Keito & Mayuka Niizeki (9:28) with a KAZUKI Diving Kneedrop on Niizeki.

2. Christmas Tree Match: Kaori Yoneyama def. Tojuki Leon (7:19) via Tree Fall.

3. Azumi Hyuga, Kayoko Haruyama & Sachie Abe def. Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima (15:47) when Kayoko hit Arisa with a Lariat

4. Santa Battle Royal: Nakajima Santa throws KAZUKI Santa over the Top Rope (15:27).
Order of Elimination: Bolshoi Santa, Hyuga Santa, Abe Santa, Keito Santa, Niizeki Santa, Haruyama Santa, Kuragaki Santa, Yoneyama Santa, Leon Santa, Ohki Santa.



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(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/gg_s/imgs/3/7/373750ab.jpg)

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on December 27, 2007, 01:09:29 PM
gotta love that JWP insanity.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 29, 2007, 07:14:37 AM
This was the final appearance of 2007 for JWP, except for the juniors who will be featured on New Years Eve's Junior All Stars show. Results from JWP homepage and purolove.  More photos at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/ (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/)

(http://blog-imgs-16.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/071228_045.jpg)

JWP December 28, 2007
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Tojuki Leon & Asuka Ohki defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Mayuka Niizeki (9:24) when Leon used a Missile Kick on Niizeki.
2. Nanae Takahashi defeated Arisa Nakajima (13:39) with a Reverse Splash.
3. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (13:35) when Tanny pinned Abe after mistaken poison mist from KAZUKI.
4. Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Command Bolshoi & Keito (13:02) when Yu-Yu used a Forearm Smash on Keito.
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kayoko Haruyama (20:00) went to a time limit draw.
6. Azumi Hyuga, Command Bolshoi, Keito, Sachie Abe, Arisa Nakajima, & Asuka Ohki defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kayoko Haruyama, KAZUKI, Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Mayuka Niizeki (14:08) when Hyuga used a Diving Knee Attack to the back of the head on Leon.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 29, 2007, 07:18:30 AM
JWP announced their 2007 awards at their show at Tokyo Cinema Club on the 28th.

Technical Ability: Tojuki Leon
Spirit: Arisa Nakajima
Special Award: Command Bolshoi
Match of the Year: 12/9 Korakuen Hall, JWP Tag Championship match, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama vs Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
MVP: Azumi Hyuga
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Hooligan69 on December 29, 2007, 10:55:39 AM
I just watched the 12/9 tag-team titles match. Awesome stuff. All four girls worked very hard to put on an excellent match. I was sure new champions were going to be crowned. And the more I see of Natsuki*Taiyo the more I become a bigger fan of hers. Haruyama is cool too.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 29, 2007, 04:14:24 PM
That match also left an impression on me, especially since it was my first time seeing Haruyama. Man, she can go in that ring. I'm really looking forward to seeing her in singles competition pretty soon. Hyuga being announced as MVP is no surprise to me.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 29, 2007, 06:11:11 PM
Does anyone have a non-veoh link for that match. I wanna see it without downloading an .flv file as my computer has some kind of dispute with them and makes the frame rate all kinds of wonky when playing them.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 29, 2007, 07:20:06 PM
Does anyone have a non-veoh link for that match. I wanna see it without downloading an .flv file as my computer has some kind of dispute with them and makes the frame rate all kinds of wonky when playing them.

remind me once i get back in the office
the non-flv file is saved there
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on December 29, 2007, 07:23:54 PM
Ah, I like Haruyama and Tsubasa the more I see them, especially Haruyama.  They have good presence and are nice workers.  JWP has a cool set of girls.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 29, 2007, 08:39:57 PM
what kind of special award did command bolshoi get?
is it similar to best gimmick or something?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: thatdude21601 on December 29, 2007, 10:40:03 PM
I havn't watched much non-sendai joshi in 07 (a few JWP shows, some OZ Academy, and the giant LLPW show only), and I'm wondering if anyone has kept track of all the shows Sendai girls have appeared at this year? I want to try to get all of those shows.


I did see the Okuda/Aja Oz episode.



edit: I meant to put this in the Sendai thread, but I was thinking about the clips of Sendai girls in JWP that were on the last Sendai Girls show test2.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 31, 2007, 05:09:16 AM
Results from the JWP homepage.

JWP "JUNIOR ALL STARS" December 31, 2007
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
882 Fans


1. Brand New Heroine: Nagisa Nozaki defeated Mayuka Niizeki (7:29) with a Diving Body Press.
2. The First Sisters War: DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko defeated Io & Mio Shirai (12:59) when Sachiko (?) used a Hurricanrana on Mio.
3. Daily Sports Cup-Junior Battle Royale: Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Miki Ishii (9:47).  Others, in order of elimination: Francoise*, Yuri Urai, Mika Mizunuma, Makoto, Tomoko Morii, Ayako Sato.
4. High Energy Women: Shu Shibutani, Cherry, & Asuka Ohki defeated Tomoka Nakagawa, Kana, & Misaki Ohata (18:24) when Shibutani used the Satanico on Ohata.
5. Junior Graduation-Premium: Fuuka & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Yumi Ohka & Mai Ichii (17:09) when Taiyo used the Taiyo*Bomb on Ohka.
6. Best of Juniors: Arisa Nakajima, Hiroyo Matsumoto, & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Tyrannosaurus Okuda, Aya Yuki, & Aoi Kizuki (19:29) when Nakajima used the Cutie Special on Okuda.

Awards:
Photogenic: Mio & Io Shirai
Fighting Spirit: Cross Sisters (DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko)
Best Bout: Nakajima, Matsumoto, & Kobayashi vs Okuda, Yuki, & Kizuki
MVP: Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on December 31, 2007, 06:32:12 AM
Seems incredibly lacklustre compared to last years effort. Nothing really stands out or looks overly interesting. The semi-final looks alright, but then the team of Fuuka and Taiyo don't interest me one bit.

Give me 06 please.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on December 31, 2007, 08:10:26 AM
I think it was a very interesting program, instead !

-Everyone's favorite snotty Nakajima got a revenge on Okuda
-Shu made her rentree with a nice win and an apparently new finisher (what's a Satanico, BTW?)

If only Ayumi had a part on the show... *gloom
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on December 31, 2007, 08:41:18 AM
Nakajima winning was a giving, and boring. She is a great talent, and is above the JWP Junior Title now, but the problem is, the title was only brought back for her. If this continues a Nakajima/Okuda feud, then I can let it slide a little bit, but this is Korakuen Hall! This isn't to continue a build to a crappy junior title! Okuda is even above it now.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on December 31, 2007, 09:03:08 AM
As far as i know Okuda still has the title. Nakajima pinned okuda during a tag match....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on December 31, 2007, 09:40:56 AM
As far as i know Okuda still has the title. Nakajima pinned okuda during a tag match....

Of course Okuda has a the title... I didn't mention anything in conjunction with her losing it, or possibly having lost it.

Nakajima didn't need to pin Okuda. If they wanted to do something smart, someone else should have pinned Okuda to build to a more high profile JWP Junior title defence.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on December 31, 2007, 10:00:19 AM
Yeah, they could put the title in a more interesting position if they kept it away from Arisa for a bit, because with that pin it seems highly likely she will get another challenge and get it back pretty soon. 
I think the main will have some fun bits in it between Okuda and Nakajima/Hiroyo which should make it worth a watch, despite the predictable ending and I'm interested to see how Shu is and how she is portrayed after the Mexico trip.  Just as long as she isnt magically fifty pounds heavier  *whee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on December 31, 2007, 10:57:46 AM
Of course Okuda has a the title... I didn't mention anything in conjunction with her losing it, or possibly having lost it.

Nakajima didn't need to pin Okuda. If they wanted to do something smart, someone else should have pinned Okuda to build to a more high profile JWP Junior title defence.

Sorry I misinterpreted your saying "the title was only brought back for her".
As for Nakajima not needing to pin Okuda, I think she heavily needed it. lately she has been jobbing to almost everyone, especially in singles, and so I think she sort of needed and desereved a win over someone who was at least her level.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Hooligan69 on December 31, 2007, 12:02:55 PM
I'm just happy to see Shibutani is back and kicking some butt. Anyone have an idea what her new Satanico finisher might be? Isn't there a Lucha wrestler by that name as well?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Ozmont on December 31, 2007, 12:11:21 PM
Wtf, Francoise eliminated first? Vulgar, hope the show flopped.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 01:46:59 PM
I'm just happy to see Shibutani is back and kicking some butt. Anyone have an idea what her new Satanico finisher might be? Isn't there a Lucha wrestler by that name as well?


I'll check wiki to see if it's already a move. Maybe if this Satanico is a wrestler he taught her this and she named it after  him.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on December 31, 2007, 05:36:31 PM
ELPS, check your yahoo mail. i mailed the match there
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on December 31, 2007, 06:14:39 PM
Show looks alright, but nothing terribly interesting results wise aside from Shu's win. Satanico is a lucha wrestler. I'm wondering if he trained her with her naming her new move that.

The first sisters tag may be fun. I look forward to the Graduation tag.

I'm with Lukie as far as Arisa pinning Okuda goes, happened too soon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 06:25:23 PM
Maybe it's that move she used in that Meiko/Nakagawa vs Yoshida/Shibu at the end. Where she did the dross arm on nakagawa and then did some kind of judo flip.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 07:40:05 PM
Does anyone know jwp's official site?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 31, 2007, 07:40:20 PM
Picture of the Satanico:

(http://sikisai2.heavy.jp/kansenki/2007_photo/12.31/4_14)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 07:42:38 PM
So is it a submission move? or is she setting it up in the pic?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 31, 2007, 07:44:58 PM
It's a submission.  The feet are t'd up or crossed, and you pull up while sitting on their head/neck, putting pressure all over their body.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 07:49:16 PM
Oh I saw Josie use that on Lufisto on a shimmer bonus match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 31, 2007, 07:52:13 PM
While I am at it, attendance picture from the show:

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/5/a/5a628d08.jpg)
Backside of Korakuen Hall

According to the report, they filled the floor, but from there, it was spotty.  About 65% - 70% full in the configuration (Other side away from the picture was tarped off for the entrance way) they used.

Chris

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 07:56:06 PM
Oh cool. Was shibu awesome? Try to get the show on dvd as soon as you can(-=^.^=-)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 31, 2007, 07:57:11 PM
Oh cool. Was shibu awesome? Try to get the show on dvd as soon as you can(-=^.^=-)

I didn't go, I just read a report from one of the bloggers that went to the show.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 31, 2007, 07:59:24 PM
Oh I thought you said well I'm at it or meant while I'm at the show. *kori
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 31, 2007, 08:01:37 PM
jwp-produce.com (http://jwp-produce.com)

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on December 31, 2007, 09:05:34 PM
A modified Stump Puller? A STUMP PULLER~!?!?!?!

You go away to Mexico for a few months, and the best you can come back with is a friggin Stump Puller!!!

Absolutely pathetic.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on January 01, 2008, 05:49:08 AM
I think it was Atsuko Emoto who had some training with El Satanico while in Mexico, but maybe Shu had it too...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Hooligan69 on January 01, 2008, 10:17:38 AM
A modified Stump Puller? A STUMP PULLER~!?!?!?!

You go away to Mexico for a few months, and the best you can come back with is a friggin Stump Puller!!!

Absolutely pathetic.

Couldn't be any worse than the finisher Jericho is using in WWE right now. Now that is pathetic.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on January 01, 2008, 10:26:55 AM
do they have an English site?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 01, 2008, 11:23:42 AM
thanks *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 01, 2008, 12:47:11 PM
 *gah

Jericho's back? Serves me right for not having cable and being ignorant with it comes to the WWE. Anyway, I thought it would be a pinning combination, but if this is a submission, then I'm curious to know how effective it is?


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 01, 2008, 12:49:32 PM
Well he still has the walls of jericho, but his new one is called the codebreaker.
(http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s100/OSBOURNE_album/Wrestling/Jericho/Raw261107ChrisJerichovsSantinoMa-1.gif)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 01, 2008, 01:33:59 PM
Hmm, it didn't appear to be a manuever that would finish somebody, but it could be used as a set-up for the Walls of Jericho.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 01, 2008, 01:51:29 PM
Unfortunately it's not. It's his finisher, not a setup. But it reminds me of the awesomeness of MNHWC's back to back simultaneous Lung Blowers
http://youtube.com/watch?v=6RHXo0nehaE
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 01, 2008, 01:54:47 PM
You know what? I was wondering if that was an Inverted Lung Blower.By the way, excellent demonstration by MNHWC (I spelled it correctly this time).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on January 01, 2008, 02:02:13 PM
After the losing streak Nakajima has been on and with the fact that JWP put this on, I think her getting MVP was a total copout, even if it was via vote.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on January 01, 2008, 07:14:21 PM
do they have an English site?
no
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 01, 2008, 07:15:08 PM
I gotta say, it seems like JWP is putting on the best matches right now.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ohtanisjacket on January 02, 2008, 01:30:13 AM
I watched the 12/9 match too. It was pretty average, but props to Bolshi for keeping my favourite promotion going. Who would've thought that Bolshi was the most dedicated Pure Heart Pro-Wrestling, JWP worker...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on January 02, 2008, 10:23:44 AM
so in other words, bolshoi's award is more like "this is a special recognition for everything you have done for us for 2007"
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on January 02, 2008, 07:01:35 PM
The lungblower is such a pathetic move. It is so incredibly overused by everyone. It's like the early 2000's, when every American indy wrestler would use the Shining Wizard.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on January 02, 2008, 09:46:27 PM
Oh I saw Josie use that on Lufisto on a shimmer bonus match.

Me too! Damn, people underestimate her.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on January 02, 2008, 09:48:49 PM
You know what? I was wondering if that was an Inverted Lung Blower.By the way, excellent demonstration by MNHWC (I spelled it correctly this time).

Be glad you did or Lacey would think you're stupid. ...well, she probably thinks all people that aren't her and Rain are stupid.. ...gotta love kayfabe.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on January 02, 2008, 09:50:14 PM
The lungblower is such a pathetic move. It is so incredibly overused by everyone. It's like the early 2000's, when every American indy wrestler would use the Shining Wizard.

Negative Nancy. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 03, 2008, 11:38:46 AM
You know what? I was wondering if that was an Inverted Lung Blower.By the way, excellent demonstration by MNHWC (I spelled it correctly this time).

Be glad you did or Lacey would think you're stupid. ...well, she probably thinks all people that aren't her and Rain are stupid.. ...gotta love kayfabe.

She's married to Dave Prazak
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on January 03, 2008, 06:00:25 PM
 test

 *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 03, 2008, 06:06:33 PM
But her life-partner is rain.......she's kind of like the tila tequila of wrestling *hee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 03, 2008, 06:08:44 PM
Poor Jimmy Jacobs.

I read a e-mail from Frankie P. regarding the results of the Junior All-Star Show. He stated that the main event match was billed as Arisa's intention to gain a slight measure of revenge against Okuda for winning the POP/JWP Jr. Title belts. He also stated that the show would've been a bit better if there was a title match at the works.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on January 08, 2008, 12:27:37 AM
Arisa was way over with the crowd at this show. Before the match two guys were in the ring with flowers, when they gave them the okay to give them to who they wanted both guys gave them to Arisa. The crowd laughed out loud at that, but she even got name chants. I didnt realize she was so over. She seemed genuinely surprised about the MVP thing too.

She also was very cool for signing after, but has absolutely horrendous acne.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on January 08, 2008, 01:38:09 AM
She also was very cool for signing after, but has absolutely horrendous acne.

It must be a matter of age; she's only 18, right?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on January 08, 2008, 04:20:43 AM
Arisa was way over with the crowd at this show. Before the match two guys were in the ring with flowers, when they gave them the okay to give them to who they wanted both guys gave them to Arisa. The crowd laughed out loud at that, but she even got name chants. I didnt realize she was so over. She seemed genuinely surprised about the MVP thing too.

She also was very cool for signing after, but has absolutely horrendous acne.

She gets a lot of streamers before some of her matches and she's getting good in the ring now.  From what i've seen about a year ago she could get a little lost sometimes but she's been pretty smooth and sometimes commanding in the stuff i've seen recently.
The acne might be partly because of all that makeup she wears!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on January 09, 2008, 07:59:41 PM
And the sweating. Sweating in heavy almost pancake makeup=disaster but everyone woman knows you can't go bare-faced in bright lights, it washes you out BAD.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on January 12, 2008, 11:55:27 AM
JWP had their first show of 2008 at Itabashi Green Hall.  Nothing too remarkable in the results.  I'm bleh about Yoneyama jobbing to Keito.  Too bad Arisa had to eat a lariat-o!  *haha

Results from http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-566.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-566.html).  There are photos there as well.

JWP "WE ARE JWP 2008" January 12, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Command Bolshoi defeated Mayuka Niizeki (9:59) with the Modified Argentine Backbreaker.
2. Azumi Hyuga defeated Asuka Ohki (11:12) with a German Suplex Hold.
3. Sachie Abe defeated KAZUKI (19:25) with a Victory-A Clutch.
4. Keito defeated Kaori Yoneyama (11:54) with a Modified Shubain.
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima (19:52) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Nakajima.

Moderator Edit: All JWP results and Discussion goes in here please!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on January 13, 2008, 08:59:20 AM
Yoneyama's loss really sucks, for she has just proved she has the talent and personality to be a champion. Of the JWP workers she is one of those more deserving of a big push, IMO.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 13, 2008, 03:09:40 PM
Yes, it sounds disappointing to read the results.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on January 14, 2008, 01:23:15 AM
idk...it just seems like more bleh booking on JWP's part...I've kinda become disillusioned with the promotion as a whole
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on January 20, 2008, 01:26:44 PM
Results from today's dojo show.

JWP January 20, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall
102 Fans


1. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Azumi Hyuga & Mayuka Niizeki (13:48) when Abe used a Diving Body Press on Niizeki.
2. Command Bolshoi defeated Asuka Ohki (9:10)
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kayoko Haruyama, & Keito defeated Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima (17:10) when Haruyama used an Inside Cradle on Nakajima.
 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on January 23, 2008, 05:46:46 PM
3matches in one night with 2 of the matches as 6man tag matches, JWP should have done something better than this
is their time too limited to book singles matches?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on January 23, 2008, 07:50:25 PM
3matches in one night with 2 of the matches as 6man tag matches, JWP should have done something better than this
is their time too limited to book singles matches?

It was just a "dojo" show, so it's just a reduced card of exhibition matches held at JWP's training gym rather than a regular venue. JWP is famous for running lots of silly gimmicks at these shows (Christmas tree match, matches where the wrestlers have to eat a certain kind of food if they get knocked out of the ring, swimming pool matches, etc.)

I'm pretty sure that these dojo shows are less expensive to go to than regular shows.  I think the only people that go to these shows are the most hardcore fans and people on a budget.

NEO has dojo shows as well, but unlike JWP they don't post the cards or results on their website, so we never find out what happened unless some blogger went to the show.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Hooligan69 on January 23, 2008, 11:03:44 PM
Swimming pool matches?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Ozmont on January 23, 2008, 11:27:45 PM
Swimming pool matches?


Yes they do that. They have a pic of the whole roster in an inflatable swimming pool.

At least its not gravy.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: ka-to on January 24, 2008, 06:10:00 AM
3matches in one night with 2 of the matches as 6man tag matches, JWP should have done something better than this
is their time too limited to book singles matches?

It was just a "dojo" show, so it's just a reduced card of exhibition matches held at JWP's training gym rather than a regular venue. JWP is famous for running lots of silly gimmicks at these shows (Christmas tree match, matches where the wrestlers have to eat a certain kind of food if they get knocked out of the ring, swimming pool matches, etc.)

I'm pretty sure that these dojo shows are less expensive to go to than regular shows.  I think the only people that go to these shows are the most hardcore fans and people on a budget.

NEO has dojo shows as well, but unlike JWP they don't post the cards or results on their website, so we never find out what happened unless some blogger went to the show.

I went to a dojo show once. You need to take a bus to get there, so you know that you are out of Tokyo. It seemed to me that the crowd was split between hardcore fans and people who walked there, from kids to old timers. A free glass of sake came with admission and they had to eat rice balls if they were knocked from the ring. Fans are right up to the ring where the magazine photographers usually are, so the falls from the ring usually landed on the fans. Way more fun than serious. Kazuki was pouring sake and Tommy Ran was grilling mochi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on January 27, 2008, 08:23:23 AM
Some more interesting results from JWP today.  Results from http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/ (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/).  This blogger is great about getting up results quickly from several promotions, but he/she never gives times of the matches.  I'll get those in once the results are posted on the JWP homepage. 

UPDATED with match times and attendance.  I think 261 is a huge number for the Cinema Club.

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/6/a/6a6c1646-s.JPG)

JWP January 27, 2008 (afternoon)
Tokyo Cinema Club
261 Fans


1. Sachie Abe defeated Mayuka Niizeki (9:21) with a Backdrop Suplex Hold.
2. Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated KAZUKI & Asuka Ohki (15:09) when Uematsu used a Diving Body Press on Ohki.
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima defeated Keito & Sonoko Kato (15:34) when Nakajima pinned Keito.
4. Command Bolshoi & Tojuki Leon defeated Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama (16:54) when Leon pinned Yoneyama.
5. Haruyama 10th Anniversary Match: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Etsuko Mita (21:51) with the Keene Hammer.

Haruyama goes over as expected in her 10th anniversary match.  Tojuki picks up a nice win over Yoneyama.  If I'm not mistaken, I think this is the first time my favorite bitchy Japanese teenager (Arisa) has pinned one of the JWP seniors with this win over Keito. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on January 27, 2008, 08:49:19 AM
I thought for a second that Arisa had pinned Sonoko there. I nearly spat Aero all over my screen.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on January 30, 2008, 12:05:18 PM
Here are the blocks and matches for their upcoming Openweight league, set to run from 2/10 to 4/13, with the winner getting a shot at the JWP Openweight Title on 4/29 at Korakuen Hall against Azumi Hyuga.  Two wrestlers are not from JWP, Yumi Ohka taking one of the 5 spots in Block B, while Sonoko Kato takes up a spot in Block A.  All of the league matches except the final have a 30 minute time limit, and the usual league points system, 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw, and the big 0 for a loss.

Block A:
1. Kayoko Haruyama
2. Ran Yuyu
3. Keito
4. Sonoko Kato
5. Tojuki LEON

Block B:
1. Yumi Ohka
2. Arisa Nakajima
3. Commando Bolshoi
4. Kaori Yoneyama
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki

Match Schedule:
2/10 - Shinjuku FACE
1. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama VS Ran Yuyu
2. Block A: Keito VS Sonoko Kato
3. Block B: Tsubasa Kuragaki VS Kaori Yoneyama

2/11 - Itabashi Green Hall
1. Block A: Keito VS Tojuki LEON
2. Block B: Commando Bolshoi VS Kaori Yoneyama
3. Block B: Yumi Ohka VS Arisa Nakajima

2/17 - Tokyo Kinema Club
1. Block A: Ran Yuyu VS Keito
2. Block A: Sonoko Kato VS Tojuki LEON
3. Block B: Tsubasa Kuragaki VS Yumi Ohka
4. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama VS Arisa Nakajima

3/2 - Itabashi Green Hall
1. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama VS Keito
2. Block B: Commando Bolshoi VS Yumi Ohka
3. Block B: Tsubasa Kuragaki VS Arisa Nakajima

3/16 - Tokyo Kinema Club
1. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama VS Sonoko Kato
2. Block A: Ran Yuyu VS Tojuki LEON
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi VS Arisa Nakajima
4. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama VS Yumi Ohka

4/4 - Itabashi Green Hall
1. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama VS Tojuki LEON
2. Block A: Ran Yuyu VS Sonoko Kato
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi VS Tsubasa Kuragaki

4/13 - Tokyo Kinema Club
1. Winner of Block A VS Winner of Block B

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on January 31, 2008, 07:13:01 AM
is keito a rookie or just wrestler who just changed her ring name?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on January 31, 2008, 12:11:32 PM
is keito a rookie or just wrestler who just changed her ring name?

Just a wrestler that changed her ring name.  She was ECO.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on February 01, 2008, 05:36:20 AM
is keito a rookie or just wrestler who just changed her ring name?

Just a wrestler that changed her ring name.  She was ECO.

Chris

And was Keiko Aono in LLPW
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 03, 2008, 09:59:20 AM
Just a dojo show today.  I hope I got the masked characters in the main event right.  I'd guess Yoneyama and KAZUKI were under the costumes.

JWP February 3, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. KAZUKI & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Asuka Ohki & Mayuka Niizeki (12:03) when Yoneyama used a Double-Wrist Armsault on Niizeki.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Sachie Abe (10:26) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
3. Command Bolshoi, Tojuki Leon, Electric Wave Mask Woman, & Kumabobo defeated Azumi Hyuga, Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Arisa Nakajima (20:00) when Electric Wave Mask Woman used a Clutch Hold on Haruyama.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on February 06, 2008, 06:18:11 PM
electric wave mask woman? i don't think i know her
is she a newbie or just some other joshi star in a masked gimmick?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on February 07, 2008, 07:11:57 AM
Just some random JWP character.

Comon. Use some common sense!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 07, 2008, 07:18:33 AM
JWP has several masked characters (including Electric Wave Mask Woman, Kumabobo, Sarubobo, etc.) that appear sporadically, usually at smaller shows so they can double-book.  I'm pretty sure KAZUKI and Kaori Yoneyama (who wrestled the opening match as themselves) appeared as these gimmicks in the later match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on February 07, 2008, 12:34:37 PM
Radio Mask Women is something like "Denpakamen Joshisur..." hard for me to hear during this intro.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8o8JfnnPTK4

Denpa = Radio

Kamen = mask

And I always thought Policewo~men was Yuki Miyazaki but then I saw them in a battle royal together...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 10, 2008, 08:53:53 AM
JWP started the road the "MANIA-X 2008", their next Korakuen Hall show in April.  We saw the first three matches in the #1 Contendor's League and a special 3 generation match featuring the past, present, and future of JWP.

JWP "ROAD TO MANIA-X 2008" February 10, 2008 (afternoon)
Shinjuku FACE
354 Fans


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Miki Ishii (11:20) with the Mad Splash.
2. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Toshie Uematsu & Asuka Ohki (14:23) when Abe used La Magistral on Ohki.
3. Block A: Sonoko Kato [2] defeated Keito {0} (11:44) with the Crown's Gate.
4. 3 Generation Romance Tag Match: Command Bolshoi, Devil Masami, & Arisa Nakajima defeated Azumi Hyuga, Dynamite Kansai, & Mayuka Niizeki (19:14) when Nakajima used the Cutie Special on Niizeki.
5. Block A: Ran Yu-Yu [2] defeated Kayoko Haruyama {0} (19:54) with the European Clutch.
6. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama [2] defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki {0} (15:19) with a Backslide.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Taso the Greek on February 11, 2008, 03:05:09 AM
JWP 12.9.08

JWP Tag Team Title:
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs. Kaori Yoneyama

These two matches were off the hook. The tag match was the best tag I've seen all year. Magnificent.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 11, 2008, 04:47:32 PM
Today JWP ran 3 more league matches and a Texas Lumberjack match for no apparent reason.  No one has gotten more than 2 points yet in the league.  I hope no one got hurt in the Keito-Leon match, as it went only 3 minutes. 

JWP "ROAD TO MANIA-X 2008" February 11, 2008 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall
185 Fans


1. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Mayuka Niizeki (9:59) with the Blockbuster
2. Texas Lumberjack Match: Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Asuka Ohki & Toshie Uematsu (14:28) when KAZUKI used a Backdrop on Ohki.
3. Block B: Arisa Nakajima {2} defeated Yumi Ohka {0} (12:05) with a Crab Hold.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama defeated Azumi Hyuga & Shu Shibutani (19:10) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Shibutani.
5. Block A: Keito {2} defeated Tojuki Leon {0} (3:00) with a Jackknife Hold.
6. Block B: Command Bolshoi {2} defeated Kaori Yoneyama {2} (16:08) with a Dragon Suplex Hold.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on February 12, 2008, 05:01:55 AM
frank pozen once mentioned on the joshi yahoo group that JWP has a bean-related match stipulation (that made some of the wrestlers fart)
does anybody have that match?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on February 12, 2008, 12:10:45 PM
The booking for this league already screams "Ugh!"  Seriously, Arisa shouldn't have beaten Yumi, while if LEON didn't get hurt, she should've beaten Keito.  So far, the booking for this just doesn't make any sense.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 12, 2008, 06:45:48 PM
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama defeated Azumi Hyuga & Shu Shibutani (19:10) 

That match sounds awesome. I hope it doesn't get clipped and that it gets upped really soon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on February 21, 2008, 12:41:42 PM
Two cards on the same day for JWP, as I know I am a bit late, but that's just me being lazy.  Results are from 2/17.  More booking that makes you scratch your head, at least it does for me...

JWP - ROAD TO MANIA-X 2008, 2/17/08 (Day)
Tokyo Kinema Club
193 Fans

1. Asuka Ohki/Toshie Uematsu def. KAZUKI/Mayuka Niizeki (15:05) when Asuka pinned Mayuka.
2. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama[4] def. Arisa Nakajima[2] (9:15) with a Diving Senton.
3. Block B: Tsubasa Kurigaki[2] def. Yumi Ohka[0] (10:59) with a Lariat.
4. Block A: Ran Yuyu[4] def. Keito[2] (5:06) with an Elbow Smash.
5. Block A: Sonoko Kato[4] def. Tojuki LEON[0] (18:11) with the Crown's Gate.
6. Commando Bolshoi/Kayoko Haruyama def. Azumi Hyuga/Sachie Abe (21:15) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Abe.

JWP - Tsubasa Kurigaki Produced, 2/17/08 (Night)
Tokyo Kinema Club
172 Fans

1. Hanako Kobayashi def. Mayuka Niizeki (8:20) with a Fisherman's Suplex Hold.
2. Tomoka Nakagawa def. Asuka Ohki (7:09) with the CRB.
3. Kaori Yoneyama/Tojuki LEON def. Mio Shirai/Io Shirai (11:54) when LEON used a Missile Kick on Mio.
4. KAORU def. Arisa Nakajima (13:30) with a Moonsault Press.
5. Kayoko Haruyama/Shu Shibutani def. Tsubasa Kurigaki/Kana (19:18) when Haruyama used a Diving Guillotine Leg Drop on Kana.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on February 21, 2008, 03:24:28 PM
Hard day's night for Arisa Nakajima.

Is the Crown's Gate the sit-down back to belly piledriver deal... like Bull Nakano's Poseidion?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Ozmont on February 21, 2008, 06:57:33 PM
Haruyama was on fire that day/night.

Not sure about the Crowns Gate, but it sure is a cool name for the move *steals*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on February 21, 2008, 08:04:12 PM
Hard day's night for Arisa Nakajima.

Is the Crown's Gate the sit-down back to belly piledriver deal... like Bull Nakano's Poseidion?

Yes, I think you have it there.  It is more often than not a spinny round deal before the drop.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on February 21, 2008, 11:41:55 PM
So whats the head scratching booking here?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on February 23, 2008, 01:34:57 AM

2/17 Day show photos here - http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-578.html

2/17 Night show photos here - http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-577.html
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 02, 2008, 08:28:59 AM
JWP March 2, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
142 Fans


1. Shu Shibutani defeated Mayuka Niizeki (10:30) with a Missile Kick.
2. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Toshie Uematsu & Bullfight Sora (16:15) when Abe used a Huricanrana on Sora.
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi [4] defeated Yumi Ohka [0) (14:22) with a Palm Strike.
4. Block B: Tsubasa Kuragaki [4] defeated Arisa Nakajima [2] (12:47) with a Lariat.
5. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama [2] defeated Keito [2] (18:08) with the Keene Hammer.
6. Kaori Yoneyama & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon (17:21) when Yu-Yu used a Rolling Elbow on Leon.

Here are the current standings:
Block A
Ran Yu-Yu 4 points (2 matches left-vs Leon on 3/16 and Kato on 4/4)
Sonoko Kato 4 points (2 matches left-vs Haruyama on 3/16 and Ran on 4/4)
Kayoko Haruyama 2 points (2 matches left-vs Kato on 3/16 and Leon on 4/4)
Keito 2 points (no matches left-cannot win Block A)
Tojuki Leon 0 points (2 matches left-vs Ran on 3/16 and Haruyama on 4/4-cannot win Block A)

My guess is that Block A is going to have the "outsider" win and the match between Ran and Sonoko on 4/4 will decide.  My prediction is Ran Yu-Yu.

Block B
Commando Bolshoi 4 points (2 matches left-vs Nakajima on 3/16 and Kuragaki on 4/4)
Kaori Yoneyama 4 points (1 match left-vs Ohka on 3/16)
Tsubasa Kuragaki 4 points (1 match left-vs Bolshoi on 4/4)
Arisa Nakajima 2 points (1 match left-vs Bolshoi on 3/16-cannot win Block B)
Yumi Ohka 0 points (1 match left-vs Yoneyama on 3/16)

This Block could go several ways.  I think Bolshoi will end up winning the group (beat Arisa and draw with Kuragaki to clinch group) and then lose to Ran in the finals.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: hyperboyz9 on March 03, 2008, 01:58:37 AM
 *haha *haha I surpise about Comando Bolsai..She hasn't lost anyone, Next match, she may lose Kurosaki and may win Nagashima.

I'm expecting that Ohka would beat Yoneyama for next step in the future. 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 08, 2008, 03:04:18 PM
Here are the next two JWP cards.

First, we have a silly dojo show.  These never get on TV or on DVD, so you only chance to see the bean-eating, swimming pool matches, Santa Claus battle royales, or this, is to be there.

JWP "BIG SMILE" March 9, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall
Kayoko Haruyama Produce


1. Big Smile Battle Royale: Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, Tojuki Leon, Mayuka Niizeki (The last 2 left become the "Haruyama sisters"; the other 3 will have a punishment game to be determined later).
2. Graduation Season Match: Azumi Hyuga vs Sachie Abe
3. Haruyama Sisters vs Costume Play Team: Kayoko Haruyama & Haruyama Sisters vs KAZUKI, Kaori Yoneyama, & Arisa Nakajima

So the last 2 in the battle royale team with Haruyama against people in costumes.  Hahaha.  I'm not sure what a graduation season match is.  Maybe Hyuga and Sachie will wear academic regalia.

More important is next weekend's show, with several matches in the JWP League, whose winner gets the next title shot against Hyuga.

Current Standings:
Block A: Ran Yu-Yu & Sonoko Kato both have 4 points from 2 matches, Kayoko Haruyama has 2 points from 2 matches, Keito has 2 points from 4 matches (no matches left), Tojuki Leon has 0 points from 2 matches. (Keito and Leon cannot win Block A).

Block B: Commando Bolshoi has 4 points from 2 matches, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kaori Yoneyama have 4 points from 3 matches, Arisa Nakajima has 2 points from 3 matches, Yumi Ohka has 0 points from 3 matches (Nakajima and Ohka cannot win Block B).

JWP March 16, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Mayuki Niizeki vs X
2. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama vs Yumi Ohka
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi vs Arisa Nakajima
4. Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hailey Hatred
5. Block A: Ran Yu-Yu vs Tojuki Leon
6. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama vs Sonoko Kato

In match #1, I think X will be Asuka Ohki is she is healthy.  She's been absent from the last few shows and I think she has some sort of injury.  Match #2 is Yumi's last chance to avoid the shutout and is a crucial match for Yoneyama.  It's Yoneyama's last match and she really needs to get to 6 points to have a chance of winning Block B.  In match #3, a win by Bolshoi puts her in the driver's seat to win Block B, as she'd have 6 points and 1 match left.  Maybe Arisa will get the upset.  Match #4 features people either not in the league or with the day off, and I guess Hailey Hatred is making another tour of Japan.  Will she work MAKEHEN as well?

If Ran and Sonoko can win their Block A matches, they would both have perfect records and the final Block A match, with Ran vs Sonoko, would decide this half of the league.  Haruyama can still get back into contention with a win.  Leon's just trying to get on the board, as she is mathematically eliminated.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 09, 2008, 04:30:59 PM
JWP "BIG SMILE" March 9, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall
Kayoko Haruyama Produce
92 Fans


1. Big Smile Battle Royale: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Tojuki Leon (10:56) with the Wing Clutch Hold. Others, in order of elimination: Keito, Mayuka Niizeki, Command Bolshoi. (The last 2 competitors are the "Haruyama Sisters"; the other 3 will have a punishment game to be determined later).
2. Graduation Season Match (Special Referee-Kayoko Haruyama): Sachie Abe defeated Azumi Hyuga (10:27) with a Hurricanrana. (Haruyama made
a super-high-speed count)
3. Haruyama Sisters vs Costume Play Team: Kayoko Haruyama & Haruyama Sisters (Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon) defeated Nurse KAZUKI,
Medium Kaori Yoneyama, & Maid Arisa Nakajima (20:30) when Haruyama defeated KAZUKI with a Lariat.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 09, 2008, 04:33:01 PM
that's kind of an annoying card. I was hoping it would have something to do with the tournament >.<
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 09, 2008, 04:36:53 PM
that's kind of an annoying card. I was hoping it would have something to do with the tournament >.<

It's just one of their minor shows for reduced price at their dojo.  These shows always have just 3 matches, lots of silliness and goofy stipulations, and they have nothing to do with any of the storylines.

Next week will have some tournament matches that will go a long ways towards sorting out who is going to advance to the finals.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 09, 2008, 04:40:17 PM
oic. Btw, what does the tourney winner get? A title shot or something?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 09, 2008, 05:06:56 PM
Yeah, the winners of the 2 blocks (5 wrestlers each, round-robin) face each other in mid-April in the league final and the winner of that match gets a shot at Azumi Hyuga and the JWP title at JWP's next Korakuen Hall show, which is at the end of April.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 09, 2008, 05:11:31 PM
I hope it's Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 09, 2008, 10:19:54 PM
I think it'll be either Kaori or Ran (though I don't have the current updated standings so I don't know if Ran is still in it to win it). I'd like Haruyama to get a decent push out of this as I think she deserves one. I think Azumi v. Kayoko could really impress some people.     *approve

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 10, 2008, 05:50:50 AM
I don't think it will be Yoneyama because she got the last title shot.  I think whoever wins Block A out of Ran Yu-Yu, Sonoko Kato, and Kayoko Haruyama will end up with the title shot.  If JWP's looking for a title change, I think they'd go with Haruyama, although the fact that she's also the current tag champ could be a problem.  I think it's more likely that Ran or maybe Sonoko ends up as the "outsider" challenger(yes, I know Ran started in JWP) but loses to Hyuga and Haruyama gets the title later in the summer (dropping the tag belts at some point).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 10, 2008, 05:33:00 PM
Well I'd still rather see Kaori with the belts.........but I'd even more like to see hyuga vs satomura. I think the winner will end up losing. They'll wait out meiko's injury and have her and hyuga have their feud, then maybe have the title change for haruyama or kaori yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on March 10, 2008, 06:34:32 PM
knowing how bad the injury meiko got into, even if we book meiko vs azumi as a purely grudge match, the grudge alone is enough to create so much heat in this match. just avoid the DQ finish though
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on March 10, 2008, 08:32:44 PM
i have never watched Hailey Hatred before so i can't say if she's talented or what
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 10, 2008, 10:42:19 PM
JWP 12.9.08

JWP Tag Team Title:
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs. Kaori Yoneyama

These two matches were off the hook. The tag match was the best tag I've seen all year. Magnificent.

I mentioned on another board how Haruyama and Kuragaki were the Joshi Midnight Express in that match. It was just a great damn match, everyone busted their ass and Natsuki took another tremendous beating but her speed i nthis match was awesome. Haruyama was especially on her game and damn if Kuragaki didn't remind me of a young Kyoko Inoue with her offense and energy!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 11, 2008, 09:46:09 AM
Time to play fantasy booker...

Hyuga drops the JWP Openweight title to winner of tournament. Hyuga has the grudge match with Meiko but that runs into a big debacale and a DQ as the Sendai girls and he JWP regualr army end up in a brawl. Hyuga then takes time off to rest her knee (if she needs to) but i nthe meantime Meiko challenges the nEW champ and wins the JWP belt. Then you build to Azumi coming back to reclaim what is JWPs!

It... it is so simple... so basic... it will never happen!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 11, 2008, 10:28:01 AM
Photos from the CosPlay thing.

(http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/17/06/10052592519.jpg)

(http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/d3/5f/10052592378.jpg)

(http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/71/c0/10052592261.jpg)

(http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/59/96/10052506404.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on March 11, 2008, 08:32:29 PM
Did someone forget to tell Arisa that CosPlay means getting into something other than your gear?

Oh wait..nevermind....

Cop Azumi made me chuckle a bit
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 12, 2008, 01:42:55 PM
It is nice to see Azumi smiling... I'm stunned she lets herself get snapped that way... kinda ruins the mystique of the 'Silent Venus'....

What no Haruyama cosplay?

Man Kayoko gets no love...  *livid
 
James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 12, 2008, 04:22:34 PM
What no Haruyama cosplay?

Man Kayoko gets no love...  *livid
 
James

(http://www.geocities.jp/deke_azumist/photo/080309091x.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on March 12, 2008, 04:50:23 PM
That's Sachie Abe.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 12, 2008, 07:08:44 PM
(http://www.geocities.jp/deke_azumist/photo/080309223.jpg)

(http://www.geocities.jp/deke_azumist/photo/080309237.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 12, 2008, 07:45:50 PM
So let me understand this... Leon dressed as Kayoko? Mocked her even?

My Kayoko?
My sweet, sweet innocent Kayoko?
Damn you Leon!  *fu

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on March 12, 2008, 09:59:03 PM
kaori as a geisha? or simply the nationalistic Japanese?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: bill.zero on March 12, 2008, 11:30:14 PM
It looks like she's a miko/shrine maiden/priestess.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miko (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miko)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 13, 2008, 07:10:15 AM
So let me understand this... Leon dressed as Kayoko? Mocked her even?

My Kayoko?
My sweet, sweet innocent Kayoko?
Damn you Leon!  *fu

James

Well, they were billed as the "Haruyama Sisters" tag team.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 13, 2008, 08:33:20 AM
JWP March 16, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Mayuki Niizeki vs X
2. Block B: Kaori Yoneyama vs Yumi Ohka
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi vs Arisa Nakajima
4. Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hailey Hatred
5. Block A: Ran Yu-Yu vs Tojuki Leon
6. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama vs Sonoko Kato

In match #1, I think X will be Asuka Ohki is she is healthy.  She's been absent from the last few shows and I think she has some sort of injury.

For whatever it's worth, X in match #1 is going to be Misaki Ohata from S-Ovation/Ibuki.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 16, 2008, 05:05:37 PM
JWP March 16, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club
260 Fans


1. Misaki Ohata defeated Mayuka Niizeki (8:34) with a Cross Armbreaker.
2. Block B: Yumi Ohka [2] defeated Kaori Yoneyama [4] (12:40) with the Big Boot.
3. Block B: Commando Bolshoi [6] defeated Arisa Nakajima [2] (17:16) with the Sensei-Gatame II.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hailey Hatred defeated Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (14:03) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Abe.
5. Block A: Tojuki Leon [2] defeated Ran Yu-Yu [4] (2:41) with a Jackknife-Style Hold.
6. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama [4] defeated Sonoko Kato [4] (18:41) with the Keene Hammer.

A good crowd and they have set up an exciting final day of block matches in the Number One Contendor's league (coming up on April 4th).  First, only Bolshoi and Kuragaki can win Block A.  Bolshoi has 6 points and Kuragaki has 4, but they meet in the final Block B match and a Kuragaki win would either win the block for Tsubasa if they use head-to-head results as a tiebreaker, or a decision match if there is no tiebreaker.  Yumi Ohka got a token win over Yoneyama that eliminated Kaori, as Yoneyama is on 4 points and is done with matches.  Ohka and Nakajima are also done, each getting 1 win for 2 points.

In Block A, Tojuki Leon beat Ran Yu-Yu in a very short match.  Leon has had a few short matches recently, which makes me think she might be working through an injury and they needed to have Leon win quickly to not change their plans.  Haruyama beat Kato, so Ran, Sonoko, and Kayoko all have 4 points with one match left and each can win the block.  Tojuki has 2 points with 1 match left and cannot win.  Keito has 2 points and is done with matches.  The last 2 matches in Block A are Haruyama vs Leon and Yu-Yu vs Kato. 

I predict Haruyama beats Leon to get to 6 points, and Ran & Sonoko will go the time-limit and eliminate each other, as both would be left with 5 points.  I also predict Kuragaki beats Bolshoi and we end u with a Haruyama vs Kuragaki final.  Something will happen in that match where one of them might go heel.  I think Haruyama wins the match and someone will get pissed off and their tag team, the current title holders, will break up and forfeit the titles.  To finish my fantasy booking, I think this would be a good time to pull the trigger on a title switch and have Haruyama win the JWP title for the first time over Hyuga.  This should elevate Haruyama, especially if they put up a MOTYC, which they have the capability to do.  Then Haruyama's first feud as the champion should be against Kuragaki.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on March 16, 2008, 07:57:03 PM
2:41 seems WAAAY too short over someone like Ran, even if they were looking to make it like LEON can win out of nowhere at any time.  Maybe she does have some kind of injury, but under 4 minutes is almost obscene...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 22, 2008, 02:56:33 PM
Some information on the next few JWP shows.  April 4th features the final 3 matches of the round-robin portion of the Next Challenger's League.  In Block A, Kayoko Haruyama, Ran Yu-Yu, and Sonoko Kato are all in contention, as they all have 4 points so far.  In Block B, Command Bolshoi has 6 points and only needs to tie to advance.  Tsubasa Kuragaki has 4 points and must beat Bolshoi.

If I understand the JWP homepage correctly (not a given!), there will be a tie-breaker match if needed to decide a block.  A three-way tie will be decided by a three-way match. My prediction is that Haruyama beats Tojuki Leon and advances after Ran & Sonoko go to a draw and eliminate each other.  Then Kuragaki will beat Bolshoi to force a tiebreaker, and again to advance.  Haruyama beats Kuragaki and something will happen between the two to break up their tag team.  I think it's Haruyama's time and that Hyuga is losing the belt here.

The winners of Blocks A & B meet on April 13th and that winner faces Azumi Hyuga for the JWP Championship at Korakuen Hall on April 29th.  Also announced for the Korakuen Hall show is a juniors tag match, with Arisa Nakajima & Kana facing Tyrannosaurus Okuda & Ryo Mizunami.  This makes me think that Kana is probably facing Okuda or Miz in the 1st round of the Sendai tournament, which is about a week before.


 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 22, 2008, 08:40:55 PM
Man I hope they don't break-up BARI BARI Saikyo NO.1 Team as they are currently my favorite tag team period!

I mean... I'm all for Kayoko taking the JWP belt but I don't know if I want it to happen if it will break-up a team that is that much fun!

Now I am tormented...

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 22, 2008, 08:46:47 PM
Hey, it's win-win.

If my scenario happens, Haruyama should be a good singles champ and a Haruyama-Kuragaki feud could be awesome.

If my scenario doesn't happen, then the Joshi Midnight Express continues on...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on March 25, 2008, 09:07:52 PM
i don't mean to offend here, but hyuga's time with the belt is up
she is talented but she's not the only one talented in JWP
you have a roster there (yeah my comments are somewhat similar to that text vid i made at youtube about sci fi's ECW)

kuragaki and haruyama have with JWP for so long, so talented and all that but never had a singles' title reign
they're great as a tag team but they can't always be tag team partners too

JOSH is right, it's a win-win situation coz while i enjoy seeing them as a tag team, time has proven that tag team partners can produce the best singles' matches too if booked against each other
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 26, 2008, 06:29:09 AM
i don't mean to offend here, but hyuga's time with the belt is up
she is talented but she's not the only one talented in JWP
you have a roster there (yeah my comments are somewhat similar to that text vid i made at youtube about sci fi's ECW)

kuragaki and haruyama have with JWP for so long, so talented and all that but never had a singles' title reign
they're great as a tag team but they can't always be tag team partners too

JOSH is right, it's a win-win situation coz while i enjoy seeing them as a tag team, time has proven that tag team partners can produce the best singles' matches too if booked against each other

Actually, Tsubasa Kuragaki has been the singles champion in JWP before.  She had the title about 2 or 3 years ago or so, lost it to Manami Toyota in 06 who then dropped it to Hyuga later that year.  Kayoko Haruyama has not been the JWP champion yet and I think she's the logical choice to be the next champion.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on March 26, 2008, 06:37:21 AM
JOSH, do you have a pic of kuragaki when she became champ?

if haruyama becomes the next JWP champ, i can see her fans screaming "the title push had been long overdue".
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 02, 2008, 07:12:16 AM
A couple of injuries have forced some changes to JWP's card.  Apparently Sachie Abe has an eye injury and Ran Yu-Yu has a back injury and are out.  I don't know the severity of the injuries.  Asuka Ohki is still out as well.

Ran's injury means that Sonoko Kato wins their Block A league match by default and now has 6 points.  This means that Kayoko Haruyama must beat Tojuki Leon to also get to 6 points.  If this happens, these two will have a tiebreaker match that day.  In Block B, if Command Bolshoi beats or draws with Kuragaki, Bolshoi wins the block.  A Kuragaki win would force a tiebreaker match between those 2.

Here's the new card.

JWP "ROAD TO MANIA-X" April 4, 2008
Itabashi Green Ha
ll

1. Mayuka Niizeki vs Ayako Sato
2. Handicap Match: Azumi Hyuga, Kaori Yoneyama, & Arisa Nakajima vs Keito & KAZUKI
3. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama [4] vs Tojuki Leon [2]
4. Block B: Command Bolshoi [6] vs Tsubasa Kuragaki [4]

So only 4 matches, but I'm almost positive that at least one, if not both, blocks will end up tied and force the tiebreaker matches, which will be held that day.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 04, 2008, 05:06:08 PM
JWP April 4, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
144 Fans


1. Ayako Sato defeated Mayuki Niizeki (9:26) with a Missile Kick.
2. Keito, KAZUKI, & Sonoko Kato defeated Azumi Hyuga, Kaori Yoneyama, & Arisa Nakajima (20:33) when Kato used the Crown's Gate on Nakajima.
3. Block A: Kayoko Haruyama [6] defeated Tojuki Leon [2] (18:10) with the Keene Hammer.
4. Block B: Tsubasa Kuragaki [6] defeated Command Bolshoi [6] (7:08) with a Jackknife-Style Hold.
5. Block B Playoff: Command Bolshoi defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (7:51) with the Limelight.

Sonoko Kato took the mike before the show and refused to accept the forfeit victory over the injured Ran Yu-Yu and stayed at 4 points, thus basically handing Block A to Haruyama.  She then asked to be put into the second match, filling in for Sachie Abe (who is also injured).

Kuragaki and Bolshoi finished tied in Block B and had an immediate playoff match, won by Bolshoi.  This sets up a Haruyama-Bolshoi match with the winner earning a title shot against Azumi Hyuga.  I'd have preferred Kuragaki to win Block B and have the tag team champs face each other for the shot at singles gold and sowing the seeds for a possible future Haruyama-Kuragaki feud.

I expect Haruyama to win the title shot and a title switch would not suprise me.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 04, 2008, 05:12:45 PM
As much as I want Hyuga to have a 2 year reign, her knee is pretty jacked up and she needs to take it easy for a few months. I think Bolshoi might get the win, as a kind of reward for not having ever having an openweight title reign despite being there for 16 years.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 04, 2008, 05:19:04 PM
that is the amusing angle here at JWP
bolshoi owned the company yet i don't remember her as a contender despite the fact of her brilliance when it comes to the ring

Kaori Yoneyama: The Miko/Shamaness of SeXXXay!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 07, 2008, 03:59:29 PM
i saw a pic of ARSION's PIKO and she reminded me of JWP's command bolshoi
are they one and the same person?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on April 07, 2008, 05:31:04 PM
Yes
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 08, 2008, 03:10:34 PM
Here's JWP's card for the weekend show, with some freelancers not usually seen in JWP and the finals of the Next Contender League.

JWP "ROAD TO MANIA-X" April 13, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Mayuka Niizeki vs Toshie Uematsu
2. Keito vs Kana
3. Azumi Hyuga & Fuuka vs KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima vs Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon
5. Next Contender League Final: Kayoko Haruyama vs Command Bolshoi

#3 is an amazingly random tag.  I expect Haruyama to become the #1 contender and quite possibly win the title from Hyuga later this month at the MANIA-X show at Korakuen Hall.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 08, 2008, 03:29:18 PM
Match #3 may seem random but with SAchie Abe out injured I get the feeling we would have gotten Hyuga/Fuuka v. WANTED

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 09, 2008, 03:11:14 AM
i keep reading niizeki's name here but i have no idea how does she look like?
got any pics?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 09, 2008, 06:50:17 AM
This is the only picture I found off of a quick Google search.  I think lucky posted her debut match against Arisa on Youtube, so you'd get a better look there.

[imgzoom]http://www.lasplendide.com/tpic/kome1209jwp-2.jpg[/imgzoom]
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 09, 2008, 01:04:20 PM
This is the only picture I found off of a quick Google search.  I think lucky posted her debut match against Arisa on Youtube, so you'd get a better look there.

[imgzoom]http://www.lasplendide.com/tpic/kome1209jwp-2.jpg[/imgzoom]

Was she the girl who debuted at CLIMAX 2007?

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 09, 2008, 02:17:14 PM
This is the only picture I found off of a quick Google search.  I think lucky posted her debut match against Arisa on Youtube, so you'd get a better look there.

[imgzoom]http://www.lasplendide.com/tpic/kome1209jwp-2.jpg[/imgzoom]

Was she the girl who debuted at CLIMAX 2007?

James

Yes.  Here's a couple of pictures from a few days ago with the whole gang.  They were doing the ubiquitous cherry-blossom viewing and it was Arisa's birthday. Go to http://jwpinfo.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-530.html (http://jwpinfo.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-530.html) for more photos and to get the bigger version.

(http://blog-imgs-21.fc2.com/j/w/p/jwpinfo/IMGP4381s.jpg)

(http://blog-imgs-21.fc2.com/j/w/p/jwpinfo/IMGP4442s.jpg)

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 09, 2008, 05:21:34 PM
Match #3 may seem random but with SAchie Abe out injured I get the feeling we would have gotten Hyuga/Fuuka v. WANTED

James

Yabushita has some shoot background (ouch I just checked her record on Sherdog, she's lost her last 5 matches going back to May 2007. All by decision save for the last on where she tapped.

Fuuka also has JWP's 4/29 "MANIA-X 2008" show on her blog schedule.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on April 09, 2008, 05:44:35 PM
Yeah, Yabu-chan hasn't been doing too well in MMA lately, that's probably the reason we're seeing her wrestling more lately.

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 10, 2008, 07:41:27 AM
ironically i just watched yabushita's vale tudo match (it looked more like MMA to me) at Poison Sawada's site
www.purofight.com/matches
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 13, 2008, 07:37:28 AM
JWP "ROAD TO MANIA-X" April 13, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated Mayuka Niizeki (10:49) with a Dragon Suplex Hold.
2. Keito defeated Kana (11:21) with a Shining Wizard.
3. Azumi Hyuga & Fuuka defeated KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita (16:35) when Hyuga used a Michinoku Driver II on KAZUKI.
4. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima (19:37) when Leon beat Nakajima with the Leon Stone
5. JWP Next Contender League Final: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Command Bolshoi (25:43) with the Keene Hammer.

There are photos and a report at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-586.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-586.html)

Haruyama won the title shot, as I expected.  From what I gathered from the blogger's report, it sounds like Haruyama-Bolshoi was a very good match.  Too bad we'll probably never see it.  At least the Hyuga-Haruyama title match on the 29th is making TV.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 13, 2008, 10:56:59 AM
Ooo, I hope someone ups that soon. Whole card looks pretty damn good.
Too bad for Bolshoi. Looked like they were finally giving her the respect she had earned.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 13, 2008, 03:20:13 PM
Has anyone bought this yet? or would lynch have it? The whole card looks awesome.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on April 14, 2008, 03:57:52 AM
From one point of view, I feel bad for Bolshoi. On the other side I realise that Haruyama looks a more credible contender for the title, and she would make a very good champion. The decision to put Kayoko over really puts Commando Bolshoi at the same level as Yoshida in terms of unselfishness. *Oni*
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 14, 2008, 05:53:57 AM
Here's the next JWP card.

JWP April 19, 2008
Strait Messe Shimonoseki


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs Mayuka Niizeki
2. KAZUKI vs Arisa Nakajima
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Keito
4. Bolshoi Kid & Jaguar Yokota vs Devil Masami & Kaori Yoneyama
5. Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon vs Kayoko Haruyama & Aja Kong

Sachie Abe is having some type of eye operation and is out indefinitely.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 14, 2008, 10:09:09 AM
JWP Commercial releases are very difficult to get a hold of in my experience.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 14, 2008, 05:07:49 PM
is aja kong out to avenge AK's loss to hyuga?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on April 14, 2008, 10:49:10 PM
Bolshoi has always been an unselfish booker. Maybe not the smartest booker, but always unselfish.
She also doesn't have the look to carry the company. She is a friggin' wrestling midget clown.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 17, 2008, 01:14:17 PM
We've got a complete card for the MANIA-X event at Korakuen Hall.  Lots of random tag matches, but the main event has MOTYC potential.

JWP "MANIA-X" April 29, 2008
Korakuen Hall


1. Mayuka Niizeki vs Mio Shirai
2. Arisa Nakajima & Kana vs Tyrannosaurus Okuda & Ryo Mizunami
3. KAZUKI, Megumi Yabushita, Keito, & Sonoko Kato vs Jaguar Yokota, Manami Toyota, Fuuka, & Yumi Ohka
4. Kaori Yoneyama vs Atsuko Emoto
5. Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Tojuki Leon vs Devil Masami, Ran Yu-Yu, & Toshie Uematsu
6. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs Kayoko Haruyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 17, 2008, 02:59:06 PM
We've got a complete card for the MANIA-X event at Korakuen Hall.  Lots of random tag matches, but the main event has MOTYC potential.

JWP "MANIA-X" April 29, 2008
Korakuen Hall


1. Mayuka Niizeki vs Mio Shirai
2. Arisa Nakajima & Kana vs Tyrannosaurus Okuda & Ryo Mizunami
3. KAZUKI, Megumi Yabushita, Keito, & Sonoko Kato vs Jaguar Yokota, Manami Toyota, Fuuka, & Yumi Ohka
4. Kaori Yoneyama vs Atsuko Emoto
5. Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Tojuki Leon vs Devil Masami, Ran Yu-Yu, & Toshie Uematsu
6. JWP Openweight Title: Azumi Hyuga (c) vs Kayoko Haruyama

This is really solid card up and down though the fact that only one of the Shirai sisters is booked puzzles me. Both matches 4&5 have the possivility to upstage the main event though I'm not going to bank on that. If Kayoko doesn't win the belt then I fully expect Satomura will when she is healthy. I'm looking forward to watching this bad boy.

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on April 17, 2008, 03:23:17 PM
I think that JWP would be stupid not to put the belt on Kayoko.  Then Azumi can get healthy, and when Satomura comes back Azumi and Meiko can have an old fashioned grudge match.  *approve

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 17, 2008, 04:51:14 PM
i hope the match between kayoko haruyama and azumi hyuga won't look like a lifetime achievement award (well, sort of) for haruyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on April 17, 2008, 08:10:01 PM
3 & 4 interest me the most. Everything should be solid or more though looking at the card aside from the opener.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on April 18, 2008, 04:46:34 AM
Nice to see Devil and Ran in JWP.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Viscount Ultimo, 1st Viscount Tiger of Joshifans on April 18, 2008, 07:07:39 AM
A clown who GOT PUNTED.

Sorry, couldn't resist  *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 18, 2008, 12:11:18 PM
choosing between bolshoi and haruyama is somewhat tough for me knowing how good both of them are
but i still keep my fingers crossed in order to see that show on DVD soon
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 19, 2008, 05:58:45 AM
Nice to see Devil and Ran in JWP.

looked like a coming home of sorts
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 20, 2008, 09:18:09 AM
The last show leading in to the MANIA-X show at Korakuen Hall, featuring the Hyuga vs Haruyama title match.

JWP April 19, 2008
Strait Messe Shimonoseki


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Mayuka N(iizeki (9:43) with a Double Wrist Armsault.
2. KAZUKI defeated Arisa Nakajima (11:12) with the K-Crusher.
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Keito (12:24) with a Lariat.
4. Bolshoi Kid & Jaguar Yokota defeated Devil Masami & Kaori Yoneyama (14:48) when Bolshoi used the Limelight on Yoneyama.
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Aja Kong defeated Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon (19:18) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Leon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on April 20, 2008, 09:59:59 AM
It has always intrigued me on why they run Shimonoseki every year, especially since it holds over 2000 fans.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 21, 2008, 06:48:20 PM
How soon would someone be able to get the JWP Mania-X show up after it happens? Because I don't want the surprise ruined, so I might have to take off my shout box, and not visit the hyuga or haruyama threads until I see it.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 21, 2008, 10:24:46 PM
i normally close the shoutouts box knowing i would just be disappointed at what i would see
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 29, 2008, 08:56:30 AM
JWP "MANIA-X 2008" April 29, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
964 Fans


1. Opening Fresh Bout: "Pinkie" Mayuka (Mayuka Niizeki) defeated Mio Shirai (9:37) with a Backslide (?).
2. Junior Survival Bout:  Tyrannosaurus Okuda & Ryo Mizunami defeated Arisa Nakajima & Kana (12:30) when Okuda used a German Suplex Hold on Nakajima.
3. Tag Team Festival: Jaguar Yokota, Manami Toyota, Fuuka & Yumi Ohka defeated KAZUKI, Megumi Yabushita, Keito & Sonoko Kato (20:30) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on KAZUKI.
4. Exciting MANIA-X: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Atsuko Emoto (12:05) with the U.S.-Zou.
5. Special Six Woman Tag Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Bolshoi Kid & Tojuki Leon defeated Devil Masami, Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu (11:43) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Uematsu.
6. JWP Openweight Title: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Azumi Hyuga (23:51) with the Keene Hammer. Hyuga fails in the 5th defense and Haruyama becomes the 13th champion.

In a long-standing JWP tradition, Mayuka Niizeki has a new ring name.  It translated as "Pinkie" Mayuka, but I'm not sure about that.  It's ピンキー真由香.  Anyways, she got what I believe is her first singles victory.  I think the finisher was a backslide.

My excitement for Okuda beating Arisa is tempered by the fact that this probably means that Nakajima is going over Miz in the next round of the Sendai tournament.

I was expecting the title switch and it happened.  It's probably the right time, as Hyuga had a long title reign and she may need to take some time off due to her knee.  Haruyama finally becomes JWP champion and has both the singles and tag titles right now.  I wonder who the next challenger will be?  Hopefully this will turn out to be a MOTYC caliber match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 29, 2008, 09:30:33 AM
I think Kayoko taking on Tsubasa as her 1st defense would make a certain amount of sense. I mean at least let Kayoko get one successful defense before the coming of Satomura, which I'm pretty sure is gonna happen.

s for the rest of the card... Geez how many times does KAZUKI have to eat the Queen Bee Bomb? I hope it wasn't as sick looking as the one she took back at CLIMAX. Good to see Kaori is still positioned well but what is the U.S.-Zou?

Man can Mio get a win somewhere? I mean I know she is all indy scum-a-rific (ythouhg not as much as she used to be) but at least let her get juke on 'Pinky', which btw just might be the worst renaming in JWP history!

I NEED to see the title match because I love wrestlers so much!

James 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 29, 2008, 09:48:10 AM
pinkie? is it because she is the same size as a pinkie or her outfit is pink?

haruyama is now DOUBLE TITLE HOLDER
wow! when was the last time both tag and singles were held by the same wrestler in joshi?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on April 29, 2008, 10:39:51 AM
Last year when Tamura won the belts with Sakura.

Anyways no surprises, but the show does look good.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on April 29, 2008, 04:27:57 PM
I would still think that Haruyama winning is surprising.

Her vs Kuragaki should be interesting.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 29, 2008, 08:13:56 PM
Yeah it says Pinkiii in katakana.

ピ = Pi
ン = n
キ = ki
ー = draws out the previous vowel

I think the JWP Title switch was a little surprising. But yeah that knee brace Hyuga's been dragging around...

And who runs Korakuen at 12:00 PM on a Tuesday?


Edit: Oh yeah it's Golden Week in Japan this week.

 *crazy

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 30, 2008, 09:35:13 PM
Any word when this is supposed to air?

I'm absolutely giddy to this card after seeing the pics in the Pinkie Niizeki thread.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sternness on May 01, 2008, 07:02:48 AM
May 12th.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 05, 2008, 11:29:22 AM
(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/colosseo/imgs/8/c/8ce899e2.jpg)

Looks like following "MANIA-X" JWP invaded COLOSSEO where they had a "2007 HISTORY OF JWP FIERCE FIGHT" DVD event. The owner posted it on the COLOSSEO blog. He said before the event Bolshoi called him and said "around 20-30 fans will probably attend."

He said 47 JWP fans came and they all watched the DVD on the big screen.

New champion Kayoko Haruyama appeared, and in true Joshi style drank a beer. He said the fans there were surprised as she wasn't one of those advertised to appear.

Also, I don't know where to put this but I swore we had a SMACK GIRL thread somehwere...

Megumi Fujii and Hitomi Akano came to COLOSSEO following SMACK GIRL and the owner posts:

"For some unknown reason, they were both wearing the 'gal' make-up."

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/colosseo/imgs/c/7/c762fdd3.jpg)

Eww... ganguro...



Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 05, 2008, 01:37:06 PM
Since I think there are a few people on this board trying to avoid spoilers on the Hyuga-Haruyama title match, I'll post JWP's card for the 6th here since the card could be construed as a spoiler.

JWP May 6, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Arisa Nakajima & Misaki Ohata vs Pinkie Mayuka & Shu Shibutani
2. Keito vs Toshie Uematsu
3. KAZUKI vs Ran Yu-Yu
4. Kaori Yoneyama vs Vanessa the Mountain
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon

You might notice that Azumi Hyuga is absent.  She's having her knee checked out and there is a good possibility surgery will be needed and she'll be out for a while.  It was also announced that Haruyama is taking Hyuga's place in the LSD 2008 match at the Jaguar/Lioness show next week.

Another JWP-related announcement is that Arisa Nakajima is getting a rematch for the JWP Junior/P.O.P. titles against Tyrannosaurus Okuda at the June 8th JWP show in Osaka.  This is kind of strange timing, as Nakajima just got pinned by Okuda in a tag match and it's before the semifinals/finals of the Sendai Girls tournament. I have a feeling JWP might be getting their belt back.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on May 05, 2008, 09:25:12 PM
Nice to see Vanessa getting booked here as well. Hopefully she looks just as strong.

Bit sad to see JWP getting their belt back already. I was really hoping for a Senjo Title match between Okuda and Mizunami before it went back on Arisa's waist.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 06, 2008, 10:48:46 AM
JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" May 6, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
118 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka & Shu Shibutani defeated Arisa Nakajima & Misaki Ohata (12:32) when Shibutani pinned Ohata.
2. Toshie Uematsu defeated Keito (10:11) with a Counter to the Shubain.
3. Ran Yu-Yu defeated KAZUKI (12:57) with the European Clutch.
4. Vanessa the Mountain defeated Kaori Yoneyama (6:20) with the Neck-Hanging Bomb.
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon (23:49) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Leon.

Nothing too special here.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on May 06, 2008, 12:07:39 PM
Didn't think she would lose, but i didn't see Vanessa squashing Yoneyama in such a short time. Is she being built as Haruyama first defense possibly or at least a defense?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 07, 2008, 05:17:41 PM
Awwe, she squashed my yoneyama *livid *kori *wail

I think they're building up Kuragaki/Haruyama first. Maybe even having them drop the title do to the feud keeping them from staying focussed on the tag title match. Then later have Vanessa feud.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 07, 2008, 08:05:01 PM
PUNYETA! BAHKET!?!?!?!
 *livid

i want yoneyama to win too
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Ozmont on May 08, 2008, 09:38:27 AM
Id like to see Yoneyama get another shot as the title. But being squashed by Kraven in such a short time makes that unlikely anytime soon. Vanessa should get a title shot the way their booking her. It could be another Kong/Hyuga for the JWP title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 08, 2008, 10:08:17 AM
Aftrer getting squashed liek that it is going to take serious work for them to rebuild Yoneyama as a serious contender. I mean wasn't there someone else that Vanessa could destroy? Mayuka? Ohata? KAZUKI?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 08, 2008, 10:24:11 AM
yoneyama's booking at JWP reminds me of how elijah burke is booked at WWECW
they have the talent but they often suffer at the receiving end of squashes
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Ozmont on May 08, 2008, 10:31:00 AM
I mean wasn't there someone else that Vanessa could destroy? Mayuka? Ohata? KAZUKI?

Tell me about it. First Yoneyama almost wins the JWP title from their friggin ace, who just retained against Amazing Kong, and now shes being squashed? Ruin sher credibility. If Kraven has another squash with someone like Ohata or Kazuki, it better be under minute or Yoneyama just comes out looking more like a fluke.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 08, 2008, 11:16:56 AM
It kills me because Kaori is just so damn talented and always has these super fun matches that range from very good to awesome. Maybe they're going to skip the SENDAI feud and just have Haruyama job to Vanessa, which would be the 2008 equivalent of having Nicole Bass kill everyone in NEO (yeah... bet y'all forgot about that didn't ya!)

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 08, 2008, 12:56:19 PM

Tell me about it. First Yoneyama almost wins the JWP title from their friggin ace, who just retained against Amazing Kong, and now shes being squashed? Ruin sher credibility. If Kraven has another squash with someone like Ohata or Kazuki, it better be under minute or Yoneyama just comes out looking more like a fluke.

that's the point. IMO, hyuga's match against yoneyama is better but didn't create as much buzz as hyuga/kong did and i don't want to think that is the reason for the current sucky booking of yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on May 09, 2008, 07:48:17 AM
a nice but improbable booking would be yoneyama striving for a revenge match after the squash by Vanessa, and finally gets a chance and ends up pinning her after a long fight.... *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 09, 2008, 07:54:12 AM

Tell me about it. First Yoneyama almost wins the JWP title from their friggin ace, who just retained against Amazing Kong, and now shes being squashed? Ruin sher credibility. If Kraven has another squash with someone like Ohata or Kazuki, it better be under minute or Yoneyama just comes out looking more like a fluke.

that's the point. IMO, hyuga's match against yoneyama is better but didn't create as much buzz as hyuga/kong did and i don't want to think that is the reason for the current sucky booking of yoneyama

I agree that the Yoneyama match was the better match but the I think the Kong match got pimped more heavily just for the sheer amount of violene it displayed. Hyuga took an unbelievable beating in that match and it just may have been the best Kong singles match to date. There was a deeper sense of drama and desperation where as the Yoneyama/Hyuga match was the Ace putting down the upstart after a hard batle.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on May 09, 2008, 08:37:57 AM

Tell me about it. First Yoneyama almost wins the JWP title from their friggin ace, who just retained against Amazing Kong, and now shes being squashed? Ruin sher credibility. If Kraven has another squash with someone like Ohata or Kazuki, it better be under minute or Yoneyama just comes out looking more like a fluke.

that's the point. IMO, hyuga's match against yoneyama is better but didn't create as much buzz as hyuga/kong did and i don't want to think that is the reason for the current sucky booking of yoneyama

I agree that the Yoneyama match was the better match but the I think the Kong match got pimped more heavily just for the sheer amount of violene it displayed. Hyuga took an unbelievable beating in that match and it just may have been the best Kong singles match to date. There was a deeper sense of drama and desperation where as the Yoneyama/Hyuga match was the Ace putting down the upstart after a hard batle.

James
I remember Hyuga dominating heavily in the AK match so I never saw this deeper sense of drama and desperation.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 10, 2008, 07:07:41 AM
Here are the next two JWP cards. 

JWP May 11, 2008
JWP Dojo


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi vs KAZUKI & Obacchi Iizuka
3. Keito & Arisa Nakajima vs Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" May 18, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Kazumi Shimouma
2. Command Bolshoi & GAMI vs Arisa Nakajima & Kana
3. Keito vs Tojuki Leon
4. Stipulation TBA: KAZUKI vs Toshie Uematsu
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kaori Yoneyama & Ran Yu-Yu

Nothing too interesting here and it's doubtful any of these matches will ever make DVD.  Kazumi Shimouma is from Ice Ribbon, so I'm guessing she's being brought in to job to Mayuka and her new name. 

WANTED?! and ToshieRan had their "last battle", but with Sachie Abe out due to injury, I guess it's OK for KAZUKI and Toshie to meet in singles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 11, 2008, 02:24:28 PM
JWP had a small dojo show today.  It was notable for Obacchi Iizuka coming to visit during her retirement tour (she's done after the LLPW show on 5/31) and for the return of YUKI.  YUKI was the trainee who was supposed to debut late last year along with Mayuka, but was forced to retire before her debut because of a weak blood vessel in her head.  She stayed with JWP doing office duties and is now training to be a referee and officiated her first match today.  I'm not sure which match; I'd guess the first.

JWP May 11, 2008
JWP Dojo


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Pinkie Mayuka (8:59) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi defeated KAZUKI & Obacchi Iizuka (15:27) when Haruyama used a Lariat on KAZUKI after a mistaken Daikon Radish Attack from Iizuka.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Keito & Arisa Nakajima (13:58) when Yoneyama used a Diving Senton on Nakajima.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 11, 2008, 02:30:58 PM
Wonder if Yoneon are going to get a tag team title shot soon.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on May 11, 2008, 04:18:45 PM
looks like when it came to DVD distribution, JWP is the opposite of NEO
NEO releases even house shows on DVD while JWP doesn't
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 13, 2008, 01:03:00 PM
yoneyama and leon jive together really well
they should be booked together for more events soon

i am a fan of leon and i also dig yoneyama
so that would be a lethal combo
and great satisfaction for me
 *approve
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 15, 2008, 05:12:11 PM
The stipulation for the Toshie Uematsu vs KAZUKI match on the 18th is "Cosplay-KAZUKI only".  So KAZUKI is probably going to wear the nurse outfit she wore at a dojo show a while back while Toshie will just be her spiky punky self.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on May 15, 2008, 05:40:02 PM
doesn't she wear the red (rooster) outfit anymore?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 15, 2008, 09:22:42 PM
Prediction:

BARI BARI Saikyou No.1 Team Explodes on 5/18 leading to Kayoko/Tsubasa.... or they lose to Ran and Kaori to sset-up a title match that leads to the end of UematsuRan. Either way we, the fans, win because it means JWP will be totally the funnest Joshi fed in Japan for the summer!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 16, 2008, 07:45:03 AM
looks like when it came to DVD distribution, JWP is the opposite of NEO
NEO releases even house shows on DVD while JWP doesn't

One of the reasons NEO is probably the most successful joshi company in Japan in terms of profit. Its merchandising is very well done. The House Shows are $20 discs with no commentary.

JWP always seems more concerned with selling food they wrestlers cook...

ICE RIBBON also does the $20 no commentary discs.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on May 16, 2008, 12:54:46 PM
i agree, lucky, good thing bill.zero makes MV's in order to be updated on what's new when it comes to DVD releases
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 18, 2008, 11:18:18 AM
Nothing too special here.  Mayuka won again, over some new person from Ice Ribbon.  Apparently the Uematsu-KAZUKI match was a one-count JWP special.  KAZUKI wore a nurse's outfit and wanted Toshie to dress up like a cheerleader.

My translation of the below blog is pretty shaky, but I think Haruyama was talking about Ran Yu-Yu as her first challenger.  Most of us were expecting Kuragaki, but this makes some sense as Haruyama's only loss in the JWP Next Challenger's League was to Ran and then Ran had to drop out when she was hurt.

Photos at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-591.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-591.html)

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" May 18, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club
164 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka defeated Kazumi Shimouma (8:33) with a Diving Body Press.
2. Command Bolshoi & GAMI defeated Arisa Nakajima & Kana (20:40) when Bolshoi used the Sensei Hold II on Kana.
3. Tojuki Leon defeated Keito (12:55) with the Captured Buster.
4. One Count Cosplay Match: Toshie Uematsu defeated KAZUKI (5:20) with the Dragon Suplex Hold.
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Ran Yu-Yu (19:49) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 18, 2008, 11:28:04 AM
Coolness. Has ranyuyu held a major singles title since her 2002 JWP Openweight Title Reign?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 18, 2008, 11:37:23 AM
cheerleader toshie defeated nurse KAZUKI
i wouldn't be surprised if she tried mschif next or .... melina?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on May 19, 2008, 04:48:22 AM
looks like when it came to DVD distribution, JWP is the opposite of NEO
NEO releases even house shows on DVD while JWP doesn't

One of the reasons NEO is probably the most successful joshi company in Japan in terms of profit. Its merchandising is very well done. The House Shows are $20 discs with no commentary.

JWP always seems more concerned with selling food they wrestlers cook...

ICE RIBBON also does the $20 no commentary discs.

The NEO disks can now be ordered by e-mail and picked up at the house shows.

JWP has the same type DVDs, but they are at least twice the cost of NEO.

Ice Ribbon even has 1000 yen DVDs.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on May 19, 2008, 12:16:55 PM
 *omg
1000 yen for a DVD is already painful for my finances
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 19, 2008, 03:36:56 PM
That's only like $10
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 19, 2008, 04:01:31 PM
I can't really recall, unfortunately.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on May 20, 2008, 03:14:34 AM
well the exchange rate is somewhat different here
that's why i thought it would be too much for me already
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 21, 2008, 01:52:43 AM
A Ran/Haruyama match will be so damn good (in theory).

Man I'm still waiting for te MANIA-X show to show up online because I'm itching to see the title change!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Hooligan69 on May 22, 2008, 06:00:12 PM
I just watched Hyuga vs. Haruyama for the JWP Openweight Title and I thought it was a great match. Was Azumi's knee legit injured during the course of the match? Just wondering as I don't see her name on show results since this match.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 22, 2008, 06:15:53 PM
Yeah. It got hurt in the Kong match, and it kept building up, with opponents taking advantage of the bum leg. I mean it was already a little damage since her knee is most of her offense. But yeah it also looked like that dropkick exploded the kneecap almost. I kept imagining in the book Misery when he talks about his kneecap exploding.

Anyway yeah, the match was awesome, with both girls pulling off some amazing spots. Loved when Haruyama tried to lariat her but she bent backwards hanging from the turnbuckle and came back up and punched her. And that fireman's carry into the Keene Hammer was sick.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 22, 2008, 07:59:05 PM
I liked the fact that Haruyama didn't attack the knee until Hyuga injured it all on her own. The knee really didn't come into play unti lthe last quarter of the match.That and I think Haruayam's Keene Hammer at around the half way point was the wickedest she's ever hit (at least since the botched one on AKINO).

Also Haruyama doesn't give us the usual teary-eyed title win post match. Her speech after the match is full of fire and she declares herself "BARI BARI HARUYAMA!"

This could be a really fun title reign if she is more than just a transitional champ.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 23, 2008, 10:08:17 AM
As much as I'd like to see Ranyuyu as champion again, I wouldn't want Haruyama to loose the belt so soon. There's still plenty of people I'd like to see her in a match against. Plus she's been waiting for this for ten years, so it'd be kind of mean to strip her of it so soon. She did actually go for the knee with the dropkick. It didn't seem to be hurting Hyuga too much til Haruyama did the low dropkick. Still, if you want the championship bad enough, you have to exploit an injury.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Zenjo on May 28, 2008, 07:45:32 PM
JWP has the same type DVDs, but they are at least twice the cost of NEO.

That's a shame, I'm sure traders would get the shows if they were reasonably priced. I've just been watching a JWP comm covering stuff from 98-07, and there were some sweet looking matches from recent years that haven't seen the light of day before. They're producing the best Joshi shows and we have to make do with a few TV tapings per year.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 29, 2008, 08:30:40 AM
Ah for the old dasy when JWP had their own regular TV show on... I think it was Wowow. If they could find the right backer (i.e. a TV station to sell a portion of hte biz to) thy could really grow again. Of course I understand why they don't (when most of the girls actually invest their money right back i nto the organization it says alot about how much they believe in JWP).

James

 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 30, 2008, 11:27:00 AM
Here are the next two JWP cards-the dojo show on Sunday and next weekend's show in Osaka.

JWP June 1, 2008
JWP Dojo


1. Keito vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs KAZUKI
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Pinkie Mayuka vs Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima

JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE" June 8, 2008
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Yumi Ohka
2. KAZUKI vs Kana
3. JWP Junior/POP Title: Tyrannosaurus Okuda (c) vs Arisa Nakajima
4. Kaori Yoneyama & GAMI vs Devil Masami & Toshie Uematsu
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Tojuki Leon vs Command Bolshoi, Keito, & Ran Yu-Yu

The Osaka show is part of a double-shot with OZ Academy.  I expect Nakajima wins the junior belts back, as it's about time for the belt to move on from Okuda and I don't think Arisa is laying down again for a Sendai Girl (she lost to Okuda in the tag at Mania-X and to Miz in the Sendai tourney).  If Arisa wins the belts back and Ryo Mizunami wins the Sendai tournament, then Miz would be the obvious next challenger.

Some of us thought the Haruyama-Ran title match would happen in Osaka, but apparently not.  My guess is that Ran gets the pinfall over probably Leon, maybe Kuragaki, and they keep building to this match.  I'm not sure if they will drag this out until JWP's next Korakuen Hall show in August or do this sooner.  I think it would be a shame to do BARI BARI HARUYAMA vs Ran someplace like Itabashi or the Cinema Club.  I'd be OK with running this feud until August and then having the Haruyama-Kuragaki split and feud in late summer/early fall, since I doubt Ran will win the title.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 31, 2008, 08:45:21 PM
Eh this is JWP so Ran winning the title wouldn't be the strangest thing but I also doubt. Besides if JWP and SENDAI want to continue their tie-up then we can all look forward to Meiko coming back to make life hell for JWP *whee

There is a possivbility that JWP may circumvent a Haruayam/Kuragaki program in favor of building to Meiko/Haruyama, give Meiko a token defense or 2 and then everything will be all set for she of the messed up knee to come and save JWP... AGAIN!

And then... wait.. stop... I'm doing it again... damn fantasy booking...   *hee

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 01, 2008, 08:47:40 AM
I'm kinda thinking Ran might get the title. I mean she did beat her in the tournament, so it seems more likely that they weren't building toward a Haruyama/Hyuga title switch. Did Ran suffer any losses in the tournament?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 01, 2008, 03:16:08 PM
JWP June 1, 2008
JWP Dojo


1. Keito defeated Pinkie Mayuka (6:19) with a Kakato Drop.
2. Polite Language & Pool Match: KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (8:59) by submersion.
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima (17:44) when Haruyama used a Diving Guillotine Drop on Nakajima.

Usual dojo tomfoolery.  You know it's summer when you have to turn on your a/c at home and JWP starts running kiddie pool matches  *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 01, 2008, 08:04:29 PM
Quote
submersion

good thing i double-checked, i thought i saw submission
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Hooligan69 on June 01, 2008, 08:49:47 PM
Polite Language & Pool Match? Now I've seen it all.  *haha

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 01, 2008, 09:10:46 PM
polite language, so does that mean no "baka yaru"?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 07, 2008, 06:48:48 AM
i don't remember anyway seeing a video package prior to the hyuga-haruyama match
i think my fave JWP video package is hyuga-kong
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 07, 2008, 10:03:16 AM
Here's another JWP card. 

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" June 13, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Shu Shibutani
2. KAZUKI vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon vs Arisa Nakajima & Kana
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Toshie Uematsu
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Keito vs Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 07, 2008, 10:51:51 AM
itabashi green hall, another house show i suppose?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 08, 2008, 07:37:18 AM
Here are the results from FINALLY THE JWP HAS COME BACK TO OSAKA (for the first time in 8 years).

JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE" June 8, 2008
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall


1. Yumi Ohka defeated Pinkie Mayuka (14:16) by submission with the Bloody X.
2. KAZUKI defeated Kana (13:32) with a Modified Facebuster.
3. JWP Junior/POP Title: Arisa Nakajima defeated Tyrannosaurus Okuda (10:27) with the Cutie Special.  Okuda fails in the 4th defense and Nakajima becomes the 15th JWP Junior and 5th POP Champion.
4. Kaori Yoneyama & GAMI (15:22) defeated Devil Masami & Toshie Uematsu when Yoneyama pinned Uematsu.
5. Comman Bolshoi, Keito, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Tojuki Leon (23:22) when Yu-Yu used a Running Forearm Smash on Kuragaki.

The two notable matches are the junior title switch and the main event.  As I expected, Okuda drops the titles back to Arisa.  She had a nice run-7 months and 3 successful defenses (over Asuka Ohki, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Aya Yuki).  If Mizunami wins the Sendai tourney, she should be the next challenger since she knocked Arisa out of that.  Nakajima becomes only the 3rd person to be a 2-time JWP Junior champion (the other two are Hiromi Yagi and Candy Okutsu, who were the first two to feud over this belt when it was created).

The build of the Kayoko-Ran title match is starting.  I wonder if they will build this feud all the way to PURE SLAM at Korakuen Hall in September.


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 08, 2008, 09:06:02 AM
Yoneyama might be being built up, getting another win. I'm thinking maybe Ranyuyu will get the title, seeing as Haruyama still has the tag titles, similary how they did with Matsuo/Tamura
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 08, 2008, 11:56:10 AM
i don't see haruyama dropping the belts too soon
it would make her look like some placeholder if she did
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 08, 2008, 12:13:47 PM
She might be though, is what I'm saying. Ranyuyu beat her in the tournament, and was only knocked out of the tournament from an injury.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on June 08, 2008, 03:11:33 PM
Quote
3. JWP Junior/POP Title: Arisa Nakajima defeated Tyrannosaurus Okuda (10:27) with the Cutie Special.  Okuda fails in the 4th defense and Nakajima becomes the 15th JWP Junior and 5th POP Champion.

YAY!. .. .What's up next for Arisa? (to steal a line from Tekken)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on June 08, 2008, 03:19:15 PM
I find it strange (or maybe just disappointing) that the opening match gets more time than the junior titles match.  Hopefully it's a super bitchy sprint of ass-whoopery.  I'm also starting to agree with some that Haruyama may not have been intended to win the openweight title and that JWP were forced into that position with the injuries to Meiko and then Ran and decided to take the chance on the less singles-champion tested Kayoko.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on June 08, 2008, 03:45:28 PM
Yumi and Pinkie both have something to prove.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 08, 2008, 05:35:40 PM
i hate to think that haruyama only got the opportunity to be the current champ just because the other contenders ended up injured
the feedback i got from the hyuga-haruyama match turned out to be good
it's the kind of match which makes you think that it can't be a fluke

let the title remain even just for a quarter with haruyama

how many years does arisa have to count in order for her to qualify (btw) to be the next JWP Title contender?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 08, 2008, 05:49:41 PM
Yes, she is a good champion, but if the bookers didn't want her as champion in the first place, she could loose it soon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 08, 2008, 05:57:08 PM
 *pwease
i'd keep my fingers crossed for the meantime that haruyama's reign may last long
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 09, 2008, 05:04:52 AM
(http://www.sendaigirls.jp/cgi-bin/news/img/434-1.jpg)

Okuda apologized for losing in her blog.  Nice kayfabe!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 09, 2008, 05:11:40 AM
(http://www.sendaigirls.jp/cgi-bin/news/img/434-1.jpg)

Okuda apologized for losing in her blog.  Nice kayfabe!

I love that pic, the ref looks to be presenting Arisa as if she were saying 'Ta-Da!'

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 09, 2008, 06:06:32 AM
I think the plan was always to go with Haruyama. Ran getting injured just made had to shift tournament standings. I don't think they want to put a freelancer as Champion again so soon anyway sionce the person who held it before Azumi was a freelancer (yeah it is almost 2 years since then but still).

Besides, didn't the prediction about Haruyama winning the tournament start popping up here before Ran got injured?

I get the feeling that outside of her tainees that Meiko might not return to JWP to finish the feud with Hyuga even after Hyuga recoversfrom her surgery. I'm not basing this on anything, just a gut feeling...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 09, 2008, 06:26:18 AM
arisa's black gear reminds me of a French chambermaid (like the ones i see at Ragnarok)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 09, 2008, 05:27:21 PM
Lol at dominatrix outfit
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 09, 2008, 06:19:04 PM
(http://www.sendaigirls.jp/cgi-bin/news/img/434-1.jpg)

That photo is great on so many levels.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on June 09, 2008, 08:02:46 PM
That's a hot outfit. LuFisto had a very similar one.

Dominatrix? No way. ..that must be one lame tame dominatrix.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 09, 2008, 09:36:55 PM
Okuda isn't crying because she lost... just disgusted because she found the wart on her hand!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on June 10, 2008, 02:33:01 AM
Okuda isn't crying because she lost... just disgusted because she found the wart on her hand!

James
 


*approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 10, 2008, 11:14:44 PM
is haruyama's first title defense happening at Pure Slam 08?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: The_Irving on June 12, 2008, 11:25:36 AM
I dunno if JWP can hold off on Haru's first defense until September.. it probably won't be at the Daily Sports shows, but I think she'll defend against Rain before 9/23.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 14, 2008, 11:32:05 AM
I dunno if JWP can hold off on Haru's first defense until September.. it probably won't be at the Daily Sports shows, but I think she'll defend against Rain before 9/23.

Funny you should say that...

Report and photos at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-594.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-594.html)

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" June 13, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Shu Shibutani defeated Pinkie Mayuka (10:06) with a Northern Lights Suplex.
2. Megumi Yabushita defeated KAZUKI (9:03) with a Jumping Cross Armbreaker.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon vs Arisa Nakajima & Kana (30:00) went to a time limit draw.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Toshie Uematsu (13:44) with the Metal Wing.
5. Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Keito (20:00) when Yu-Yu used a Forearm Smash on Haruyama.

Which leads to their next show...

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" June 22, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs GAMI
2. Command Bolshoi & Toshie Uematsu vs KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Keito
4. JWP Tag Team #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon vs Arisa Nakajima & Kana
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Ran Yu-Yu

I can't see Haruyama losing in her first defense.  Why give her the biggest singles victory of her career over Hyuga and then have her drop the belt right away at a small venue? 

I predict Yoneyama/Leon will win as well.  Arisa and Kana aren't at the stage yet where I think they'd be given this win.  If JWP really wanted to put Arisa in a tag championship match and possibly win the tag belts, I don't think she would have gotten the junior belts back, plus they probably would have teamed her with a veteran in that case.  I wouldn't be surprised to then see YoneLeon get the tag belts and trigger the Haruyama vs Kuragaki feud that I think is coming.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on June 14, 2008, 12:15:05 PM
I agree with everything you just said. Despite having no chance in winning though it is nice to see Kana having some purpose in a fed for once.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 14, 2008, 04:57:33 PM
Wait they just had Ranyuyu pin Haruyama, in the show right before the title match? I'm rooting for Ranyuyu.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 14, 2008, 05:20:45 PM
Wait they just had Ranyuyu pin Haruyama, in the show right before the title match? I'm rooting for Ranyuyu.

Aaaahhh byut the rule of Japanese booking 101 applies here.. .challenger always pins Champion before title match in a tag to make the challenger look strong and then Champion retains.

I think Yoeyama/Leon v. Kana/Nakajima might steal thje show because I don't see this match ever beign slow... I'm hoping it is the early nominee for Joshi Tag Match of the Year (which till now has been... geez... I dunno... Haruyama/Tsubasa v. Kato/Nagashima?)

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 14, 2008, 05:28:18 PM
Wait they just had Ranyuyu pin Haruyama, in the show right before the title match? I'm rooting for Ranyuyu.

Aaaahhh byut the rule of Japanese booking 101 applies here.. .challenger always pins Champion before title match in a tag to make the challenger look strong and then Champion retains.

I think Yoeyama/Leon v. Kana/Nakajima might steal thje show because I don't see this match ever beign slow... I'm hoping it is the early nominee for Joshi Tag Match of the Year (which till now has been... geez... I dunno... Haruyama/Tsubasa v. Kato/Nagashima?)

James

Kyoko pinned Matsuo a little before the title match, and still got the title though.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 14, 2008, 06:21:29 PM
Aaaahhh byut the rule of Japanese booking 101 applies here.. .challenger always pins Champion before title match in a tag to make the challenger look strong and then Champion retains.

James

this booking reminds me of wwe episodes prior to the ppv itself
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 14, 2008, 07:46:50 PM
Wait they just had Ranyuyu pin Haruyama, in the show right before the title match? I'm rooting for Ranyuyu.

Aaaahhh byut the rule of Japanese booking 101 applies here.. .challenger always pins Champion before title match in a tag to make the challenger look strong and then Champion retains.

I think Yoeyama/Leon v. Kana/Nakajima might steal thje show because I don't see this match ever beign slow... I'm hoping it is the early nominee for Joshi Tag Match of the Year (which till now has been... geez... I dunno... Haruyama/Tsubasa v. Kato/Nagashima?)

James

Kyoko pinned Matsuo a little before the title match, and still got the title though.

True but i nthat case they needed to swerve everyone into thinking Matsuo had a chance. Then again NEO never sticks to predictable booking in the build-up but always gives you what you expect for the final confrontation.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 14, 2008, 08:26:28 PM
I dunno if it's my being a Ranyuyu mark, or what, but I still think of Haruyama as a transitional champion. Mainly because Hyuga's injury, other women in the tournament's injuries, and Bolshoi's selfless booking. I mean I still like her, and think she's a great wrestler, but I still don't think JWP turly wants her as champion yet. I mean Toyota lost her first WWWA title back to kong in a day shy of 3 months, and only made one successful defense, against Kyoko in their 60 minute classic.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 15, 2008, 12:49:38 PM
So apparently Yuyu's running forearm smash is called the Gold Hammer?

THAT IS AWESOME!

Hopefully she invents the Gold Crusher for her title match with Kayoko!

James
What? Who says it can't be a GaoGaiGar reference?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 22, 2008, 10:57:09 AM
JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" June 22, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. GAMI defeated Pinkie Mayuka (9:16) with an Eye Poke (?).
2. KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita defeated Command Bolshoi & Toshie Uematsu (16:21) when KAZUKI used a cradle on Bolshoi after a Somersault Throw.
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Keito (13:41) with the Metal Wing.
4. JWP Tag Team #1 Contenders Match: Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Arisa Nakajima & Kana (18:09) when Yoneyama used the Sea Fire (?) on Nakajima.
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Ran Yu-Yu (21:30) with the Keene Hammer. Haruyama is successful in the 1st defense.

Pretty much what I expected.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 22, 2008, 11:02:14 AM
Now I look like an ass lol *gah
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 22, 2008, 11:14:47 AM
I dunno if it's my being a Ranyuyu mark, or what, but I still think of Haruyama as a transitional champion. Mainly because Hyuga's injury, other women in the tournament's injuries, and Bolshoi's selfless booking. I mean I still like her, and think she's a great wrestler, but I still don't think JWP turly wants her as champion yet. I mean Toyota lost her first WWWA title back to kong in a day shy of 3 months, and only made one successful defense, against Kyoko in their 60 minute classic.

I'd disagree.  I think JWP very much wants/needs to build Haruyama up as an ace with Hyuga's bad knee and I think she's going to get a good title reign.  I'm expecting the next defense to be against Kuragaki after the tag team gets broken up somehow and I think Haruyama will be successful again.

As far as the Toyota/Kong thing, my understanding as to why Manami won the red belt in early 1995 and immediately lost it back to Kong was that JWP wanted VERY badly for Dynamite Kansai to be the one to finally beat Aja for the WWWA title but AJW didn't want Kansai to get that rub, so they hot-shotted the title to Manami, then back to Aja before Kansai got her short run with the red belt before dropping it back to Toyota.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 22, 2008, 11:18:01 AM
I dunno if it's my being a Ranyuyu mark, or what, but I still think of Haruyama as a transitional champion. Mainly because Hyuga's injury, other women in the tournament's injuries, and Bolshoi's selfless booking. I mean I still like her, and think she's a great wrestler, but I still don't think JWP turly wants her as champion yet. I mean Toyota lost her first WWWA title back to kong in a day shy of 3 months, and only made one successful defense, against Kyoko in their 60 minute classic.

I'd disagree.  I think JWP very much wants/needs to build Haruyama up as an ace with Hyuga's bad knee and I think she's going to get a good title reign.  I'm expecting the next defense to be against Kuragaki after the tag team gets broken up somehow and I think Haruyama will be successful again.

As far as the Toyota/Kong thing, my understanding as to why Manami won the red belt in early 1995 and immediately lost it back to Kong was that JWP wanted VERY badly for Dynamite Kansai to be the one to finally beat Aja for the WWWA title but AJW didn't want Kansai to get that rub, so they hot-shotted the title to Manami, then back to Aja before Kansai got her short run with the red belt before dropping it back to Toyota.

Yeah, that was kinda weird booking. Manami loses her first defense(I think) and then same for Kansai.

They Kuragaki/Haruyama has been dissolving for awhile. I was checking old results and they've been on opposite sides of tag team matches for a while.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: The_Irving on June 22, 2008, 11:42:51 AM
I think Kansai made 2 or 3 defenses, I know she had one against Takako Inoue for sure. Toyota drew in an incredible hour long match with Kyoko for the "G*TOP" show in May of '95 and lost it in Sapporo in June.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 22, 2008, 11:47:39 AM
I think Kansai made 2 or 3 defenses, I know she had one against Takako Inoue for sure. Toyota drew in an incredible hour long match with Kyoko for the "G*TOP" show in May of '95 and lost it in Sapporo in June.

Right right, forgot about that one. Have that one on DVD. I keep thinking that one was in december for some reason. probably since after she got it back she had it for year and lost it back in december.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 22, 2008, 03:10:55 PM
(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/lgc2007/imgs/0/8/08089fe6.jpg)

LADY'S RING posted on their blog that Kaori Yoneyama and Arisa Nakajima both had small parts on the Nippon TV "Much Ado About Love" show. It's a show that does skits with school girls talking about love (or something) and often uses b-level personalities in the skits.

This had Kaori and Arisa on it. Maybe it will show up on YouTube. In the end, Arisa gets body slammed...

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/lgc2007/imgs/a/d/add98511.jpg)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/lgc2007/imgs/6/1/612feacd.jpg)

And I don't know if I'm crazy, but from the angle it looks like she's headed for that set backdrop...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 22, 2008, 05:02:16 PM

I'd disagree.  I think JWP very much wants/needs to build Haruyama up as an ace with Hyuga's bad knee and I think she's going to get a good title reign.  I'm expecting the next defense to be against Kuragaki after the tag team gets broken up somehow and I think Haruyama will be successful again.

i'd take advantage of the fact that the thread title says this is a JWP discussion. i like haruyama as a champion and with the way she got booked against hyuga, i don't see her as some placeholder at all. if you are booking a challenger strongly for the title with her winning the said title at the end, the audience's perception would be the fed is giving her a strong title reign a.k.a. longer than 6 months. losing in her first title defense would somewhat kill the momentum. that's why i rooted for haruyama in this match against ran yuyu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 22, 2008, 05:48:36 PM
lucky, chances are if i see that on youtube, the tags (or the title itself) might be in Japanese characters
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 22, 2008, 06:30:19 PM
lucky, chances are if i see that on youtube, the tags (or the title itself) might be in Japanese characters

「恋のから騒ぎ」 =  "Much Ado About Love" (こいのからさわぎ)

米山香織 = Kaori Yoneyama

中島安里紗 = Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 24, 2008, 11:07:40 AM
No one is asking the important question here... is this going to make TV or not?

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 27, 2008, 12:54:48 PM
thank you, lucky
after office hours, i'd check it out on youtube
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 27, 2008, 01:01:10 PM
if they failed to air this on TV it only meant that JWP is not taking haruyama's title reign seriously
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 27, 2008, 02:02:05 PM
if they failed to air this on TV it only meant that JWP is not taking haruyama's title reign seriously

Maybe they just don't have the money, or the station won't allow them. I really wish at least they'd have a TV deal.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 27, 2008, 03:05:23 PM
What they need is a proper sponsor to air on TV. Sponsors pay the bills for the show to air not the promotion. Since JWP has always been self supporting they can only draw small sponsorship.

Larger organizations don't have this problem since they are partially owned by TV stations (or at least their talent has exclusive TV contracts). Either JWP needs to sell part of the company off so they can gain ad revenue for TV or they just keep on like they have i.e. no major sponsor and hope for 2-4 TV specials a year. Of course now that GAORA isn't so wrestling friendly anymore it could be even harder for them to get on TV (was JWP airing on GAORA or Samurai TV?)

It was easier on the late 90's for JWP because they had a TV deal but then so many people got injured, retired or quit the promotion at once that they got canceled. The thing is JWP has up and down, the best roster but they don't get to show it on a wider scale

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 27, 2008, 03:17:35 PM
They need to do what NEO does. Sell loads and loads of DVDS. That's how shimmer and ROH are so successful. And Neo is the most profitable promotion of joshi right now, right?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 27, 2008, 03:43:28 PM
They need to do what NEO does. Sell loads and loads of DVDS. That's how shimmer and ROH are so successful. And Neo is the most profitable promotion of joshi right now, right?

But NEO also has the backers for it. JWP doesn't anymore. NEO learned a lot from their first go around the block and they had to shut down. Since then, especially within the last 3 years and loss of AJW and voluntary closing of GAEA, they really have filled that void in terms of shows but not in terms of quality. Having the backing gives them advertising and TV exposure they need. That in turn gets them good crowds to fill arenas. JWP, to their crdit, either have no backers or no backers willing to put large sums of money into the product. This gives much less advertising and TV (and merchandise sales for that matter). That's why JWP couldn't get 1000 fans for Korakuen back in April. Meanwhile NEO sells out Korakuen for the 5/5 show.

Its all about the money in the end... and it really is a miracle JWP continues to stay alive (not a complaint, I love JWP you guys know that). JWP was in a prime position to become the #1 Joshi league in 1997 and they blew it. It ended up with 2 feds tied for #1 position and JWP having to shut down for that brief time. From 96-2000 they lost Ozaki, Kansai, Masami, Plum Mariko, Suzuki, Fukuoaka, Yagi & Okutsu. Out of those names you've got 4 'retirements' (2 of the four came out of retirement) 1 death and the others going freelance/working in GAEA. Hell Ozaki and Kansai haven't been in JWP since, I wanna say 98-99 (for reasons that are still a mystery to me) and I can't even recall if they've ever gone back even for an anniversary show.

Jeez... did I go on a tangent or what ... the moral of the story, the more money you can get to back you the better opportunity for profit you have...

James

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: ohtanisjacket on June 27, 2008, 04:09:05 PM
Unfortunately, airing on GAORA doesn't provide much in the way of exposure. Satellite and cable television is not widespread in Japan & pretty much exists to provide niche programming. Channels like GAORA aren't part of the basic packages & therefore people only sign up for them if they show programming they specifically want to see. JWP's old deal with WOWOW was much better, since WOWOW offer a much broader range of programming & households often pick it up as their only cable/satellite channel. But even then the majority subscribe to NHK-BS.   
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 27, 2008, 05:03:57 PM
i am not sure but it makes me think that the plum mariko incident is what stops ozaki from returning to JWP but then again she staged a plum mariko memorial show at OZ Academy so what else could possibly stopping her?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 27, 2008, 05:46:05 PM
i am not sure but it makes me think that the plum mariko incident is what stops ozaki from returning to JWP but then again she staged a plum mariko memorial show at OZ Academy so what else could possibly stopping her?

Well Plum's unfortunate passing happened in 97 and OZ stuck around JWP for her first feud with Amano into 98 while splitting time for GAEA. Is Yamamoto still President of JWP? Maybe it was a personal beef with him?

I just reread Lorefice's obit for Plum and it always makes me sad. Did anyone ever put out a "Best Of..." for Plum?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: ohtanisjacket on June 27, 2008, 11:21:38 PM
I think it was purely financial. She was still working JWP as a freelancer, so I don't imagine there was a beef with Yamamoto. Wasn't he trying to co-promote something with OZ Academy a few years ago? JWP always had shitty management. The only time they drew money was in the first few years.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 28, 2008, 05:04:03 AM
i haven't heard of a plum mariko compilation
and i can't wait to get my credit card in order to purchase some old JWP DVD's with plum's matches in them
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 01, 2008, 10:14:54 AM
So going over good ol'Frank Pozen's blog and he reported on the JWP Title match. The thing that threw me off wasn't the result. it was the match before it. Apparently KAZUKI confronted Yoneyama/Leon after they won the 1 contenders match. Theproblem here... Frank sayd KAZUKI and Abe are the champs.

Was there a title switch that I missed? Because as far as I know Tsubasa & Kayoko were still champs.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 01, 2008, 10:17:43 AM
Maybe it's a we never lost the titles shtick?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 01, 2008, 12:34:27 PM
So going over good ol'Frank Pozen's blog and he reported on the JWP Title match. The thing that threw me off wasn't the result. it was the match before it. Apparently KAZUKI confronted Yoneyama/Leon after they won the 1 contenders match. Theproblem here... Frank sayd KAZUKI and Abe are the champs.

Was there a title switch that I missed? Because as far as I know Tsubasa & Kayoko were still champs.

James

Pozen's wrong on this one.

http://www.purolove.com/joshi/jwp/history/jwptag.php (http://www.purolove.com/joshi/jwp/history/jwptag.php)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 01, 2008, 01:52:48 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 01, 2008, 02:22:30 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

Well, they won the title at Itabashi Green Hall, so it was a smaller show that didn't make TV.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 01, 2008, 02:32:13 PM
JWP has a special guest for the dojo show this weekend.

JWP July 6, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. KAZUKI vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Tojuki Leon
3. Poolside "Deathmatch": Jaguar Yokota, Kayoko Haruyama, & Keito vs Command Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama, & Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 01, 2008, 03:13:06 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

Well, they won the title at Itabashi Green Hall, so it was a smaller show that didn't make TV.

Quelle Surprise!
I am shocked that a JWP show failed to make TV, absolutely shocked...    *livid

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 01, 2008, 03:18:55 PM
I'm guessing by deathmatch, they mean pool toys.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 01, 2008, 03:29:25 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

they won it on 8/12/07, defeating ToshieRan
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 01, 2008, 04:04:59 PM
I'm guessing by deathmatch, they mean pool toys.

Arisa Nakajima is going to become the "Joshi Legend Killer" and she's gonna start by letting Jaguar have it with a SuperSoaker!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 01, 2008, 04:10:49 PM
I'm guessing by deathmatch, they mean pool toys.

Arisa Nakajima is going to become the "Joshi Legend Killer" and she's gonna start by letting Jaguar have it with a SuperSoaker!

Or a wet noodle. Hmmm....I wonder if this is gonna be like the WWE Divas beat the heat summer fun match or whatever it was called. They can wear bikinis and crush water balloons with their tits.....actually the sound of arisa in that sounds hot.......though Keito in it sounds *barf. Isn't she the one who looks like the den mother in the last season of the Facts of Life?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 01, 2008, 04:33:56 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

they won it on 8/12/07, defeating ToshieRan

This much I already know but I want to see the actual match. I don't even know if it was as good as BARI BARI v. Nanae/Taiyo!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 01, 2008, 04:35:37 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

they won it on 8/12/07, defeating ToshieRan

This much I already know but I want to see the actual match. I don't even know if it was as good as BARI BARI v. Nanae/Taiyo!

James

I'll check around for you.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 01, 2008, 04:58:16 PM
Y'know I've never seen the match where Tusbasa and Kayoko won the titles!

James

they won it on 8/12/07, defeating ToshieRan

This much I already know but I want to see the actual match. I don't even know if it was as good as BARI BARI v. Nanae/Taiyo!

James

I'll check around for you.

You sir are gentleman and a scholar. I hereby dedicate my translation of Homer's 'The Illiad' in the original Klingon to you and your efforts!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on July 01, 2008, 09:35:32 PM
Arisa Nakajima is going to become the "Joshi Legend Killer" and she's gonna start by letting Jaguar have it with a SuperSoaker!

thank you for confirming my gut feel that arisa nakajima is joshi's randy orton
simple gimmick (the heel prick) but very effective
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 01, 2008, 10:42:00 PM
JH, just rewrite the song of Beowulf in a way that would exalt ELPS
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 06, 2008, 01:17:15 PM
JWP July 6, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. KAZUKI defeated Pinkie Mayuka (10:03) with a Jaguar-Style Backdrop Hold.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (8:46) with the Captured Buster.
3. Poolside Deathmatch: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Jaguar Yokota defeated Command Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama, & Arisa Nakajima (20:23) when Haruyama beat Yoneyama by submersion.

So Leon beats Kuragaki but Haruyama drowns Yoneyama, so the teams trade wins going in to the tag team title match next Friday (7/11) at Itabashi Green Hall.

Since BARI BARI SAIKYO #1 (Haruyama & Kuragaki) are going to be in the Daily Sports tournament later this month, I predict they will win and retain the belts.  For a similar reason, I predict Tamura & Nakajima will win the NEO tag tournament and that Nagashima & Kato will win the OZ tag titles so that all 3 of these teams go in on a roll for this tournament.



Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 06, 2008, 02:07:35 PM
what is so special and memorable about the pool that they like to wrestle there?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on July 06, 2008, 05:07:39 PM
The fans pay $5 to see them wrestle in it? It's fun-time dojo shenanigans.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 06, 2008, 05:23:17 PM
Its no Dynamite Pool Deathmatch... that's for sure ;)

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 11, 2008, 03:50:51 PM
There are photos of the Poolside "Deathmatch" at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-597.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-597.html) and http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/azumi_hyuga2/12150640.html (http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/azumi_hyuga2/12150640.html).  I especially enjoy Yoneyama in her speedo, swimcap, and googles.  It's as if she knew she was ending up getting dunked!

Oh, here are today's results.  Pretty standard except for the length of the tag title match. Haruyama & Kuragaki retain to keep momentum, as they will be in the Daily Sports tag tournament. I don't know if Kana's finisher is that butt-bump thing named after her now or something new.

JWP "HIGH VOLTAGE" July 11, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kana defeated Pinkie Mayuka (10:33) with the Kanagon.
2. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Arisa Nakajima (14:29) with a Forearm Smash.
3. Hiroyo Muto & Megumi Yabushita defeated Keito & KAZUKI (14:30) when Yabushita used the Jumping Cross Armbreaker on KAZUKI.
4. Command Bolshoi defeated Toshie Uematsu (8:56) with the Kido Clutch.
5. JWP Tag Team Championship: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki (c) defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon (27:58) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Leon. 
Haruyama & Kuragaki succeed in the 3rd defense.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 11, 2008, 11:28:13 PM
yoneyama even wore goggles and a rubber head cover
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 11, 2008, 11:40:28 PM
Tag title match sounds awesome. I might've preferred a Kana/Arisa vs Kuragaki/Haruyama instead, but this match sounds awesome in its own right.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 11, 2008, 11:51:02 PM
Well so much for Tsubasa/Kayoko dropping the straps to set-up a singles match for Tsubasa. Its been tricky trying to figure out who JWP wants to build as challengers to Kayoko.

I don't think they want to go to Kaori again and its a little too soon to give Arisa a title match. Ran just got a shot and Toshie isn't booked as a contender. The only choices seem to be Bolshoi and Tsubasa unless they really are waiting to finish up the program with Sendai and are just waiting on Meiko...

Maybe build-up Yabushita? That would be something new....

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 11, 2008, 11:55:10 PM
Yabushita'd be a great choice. Isn't she the one who wrestles similarly to Sumie Sakai?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 12, 2008, 08:12:14 AM
Yabushita'd be a great choice. Isn't she the one who wrestles similarly to Sumie Sakai?

Kind of yeah... she and Sakai were trained together in Jd.

Glad to see she's wrestling more now, for awhile there I feared we'd lost her to shootfighting forever.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 12, 2008, 03:13:35 PM
I saw a match between the two that was pretty awesome. Both were great at going for leg submissions and other various submissions.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 14, 2008, 02:41:16 AM

Kind of yeah... she and Sakai were trained together in Jd.

Glad to see she's wrestling more now, for awhile there I feared we'd lost her to shootfighting forever.

James

i haven't seen much of her JD stuff though
but if she planned to shift to stiff wrestling from shootfighting, staying with JWP is a good choice

(http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/3079/azumihyugalj3.jpg)
this looked a little different to the belt that haruyama won from hyuga
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 19, 2008, 01:08:11 PM
JWP is having a one day tournament with 12 wrestlers spread over two shows on 7/27.  There will be six first round matches involving all participants.  The six winners will then go into a lottery.  Four will have a second round match and two lucky ones will get a bye to the semifinals.  The six first round losers will participate in a tag match later on.

JWP July 27, 2008 (afternoon)
Tokyo Kitasenju Theater 1010


1. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Arisa Nakajima vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: KAZUKI vs Hiroyo Muto
3. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Tojuki Leon vs Toshie Uematsu
4. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Command Bolshoi vs Kaori Yoneyama
5. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Tsuabasa Kuragaki vs Ran Yu-Yu
6. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Kayoko Haruyama vs Keito

JWP July 27, 2008 (evening)
Tokyo Kitasenju Theater 1010


1. JWP Summer Tournament Round 2: X vs X
2. JWP Summer Tournament Round 2: X vs X
3. JWP Summer Touranment Semifinal: X vs X
4. JWP Summer Tournament Semifinal: X vs X
5. Six Woman Tag Match (Round 1 Losers)
6: JWP Summer Tournament Final: X vs X
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2008, 01:10:57 PM
This looks like a really good tournament.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on July 19, 2008, 02:55:31 PM
Seems pretty pointless unless its leading to a title shot or the winner.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 19, 2008, 05:19:35 PM
I believe that this is currently the 3rd version of the JWP Openweight title. There was the original worn by Kansai and Hikari, then the one Hyuga won from Hikari and then the current one... but I might be off the mark on this one...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 20, 2008, 05:49:41 AM
yeah i remember seeing the belt that hikari fukuoka held and it had an eagle logo with it
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on July 20, 2008, 11:58:42 AM
Seems pretty pointless unless its leading to a title shot or the winner.

i concur
if haruyama isn't in the list, the major perception would be whoever wins this would be her next contender
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 20, 2008, 02:49:01 PM
Seems pretty pointless unless its leading to a title shot or the winner.

i concur
if haruyama isn't in the list, the major perception would be whoever wins this would be her next contender

Haruyama is in the tournament, but I expect someone else will win and that person will become the de facto #1 challenger, even though the tournament is not officially for a title shot like NEO's is.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on July 20, 2008, 03:42:23 PM
then why bother include haruyama if that would be the case?
not that i'm complaining or something but i think it would be better for her to simply wait on the sidelines until the next contender is decided
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on July 21, 2008, 04:02:25 AM
then why bother include haruyama if that would be the case?
not that i'm complaining or something but i think it would be better for her to simply wait on the sidelines until the next contender is decided

I would presume that Haruyama is in it to win it to strengthen her as the champ and then have her next challenger come from the others in the tournament based on the results.  I.E  Haruyama will probably have a time limit draw with someone and then they will make a challenge after the tournament has concluded.  But having said that, its clearly a "cheap" tournament as all the girls are either JWP full time or ex-JWP like Ran or "have ring, will wrestle!" like Toshie so it might just be a quick idea to give the girls something to do.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 27, 2008, 09:39:42 AM
Results via the JWP HP.

JWP July 27, 2008 (afternoon)
Tokyo Kitasenju Theater 1010
128 Fans


1. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Arisa Nakajima defeated Pinkie Mayuka (5:46) with the Cutie Special.
2. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: KAZUKI defeated Hiroyo Muto (8:41) with the Sarutahiko (???).
3. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Toshie Uematsu defeated Tojuki Leon (9:52) with an Inside Cradle.
4. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Command Bolshoi vs Kaori Yoneyama (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4a. Restart, Two Count Rule: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Command Bolshoi (2:38) with a Kido Clutch.
5. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Ran Yu-Yu defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (13:36) with an Elbow Smash.
6. JWP Summer Tournament Round 1: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Keito (9:17) with the Keene Hammer.

JWP July 27, 2008 (evening)
Tokyo Kitasenju Theater 1010
141 Fans


1. JWP Summer Tournament Round 2: KAZUKI defeated Ran Yu-Yu (2:57) with a European Clutch Cutback.
2. JWP Summer Tournament Round 2: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Kaori Yoneyama (11:04) with the Keene Hammer.
3. JWP Summer Touranment Semifinal: KAZUKI defeated Toshie Uematsu (6:51) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.
4. JWP Summer Tournament Semifinal: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Arisa Nakajima (6:20) with the Keene Hammer.
5. Command Bolshoi, Keito, & Hiroyo Muto defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Tojuki Leon, & Pinkie Mayuka (19:57) when Muto used the M-Bomb on Mayuka.
6: JWP Summer Tournament Final: KAZUKI defeated Kayoko Haruyama (14:04) with a Keene Hammer Cutback.

A strangely booked tournament and I can't say I like the results all that much.  KAZUKI isn't a favorite of mine.  Well, KAZUKI gets a shot at the JWP title on August 9th at Itabashi Green Hall.  It looks like a throwaway title defense for Haruyama, as I'd be shocked if the title changes hands.  Of course, I would have thought you were being funny if you told me KAZUKI was beating Muto, Ran, Toshie, and Kayoko on the same day.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 27, 2008, 04:52:42 PM
Wow, I can't even remember who Kazuki is......and Haruyama beating Arisa in 6 minutes was a disappointment. Would have loved to see them battle it out for a while, but what can you do, even if she is a title holder.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 27, 2008, 10:22:20 PM
Geez, is Yoneyama on Bolshoi and Hyuga's shitlist orsoemthing? She's been taking a lot of losses that a year ago she wouldn't've. I mean Haruyama is champ but lately it seems she can't buy a good win.

As for KAZUKI winning... oh yeah we're in Bizarro World if KAZUKI of all people is getting a title shot. I mean I know Sachie Abe is still out injured (at this rate she might be doen for good) but making KAZUKI a major challenger? This isn't Jd... hell even Jd never took KAZUKI so seriously.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 28, 2008, 02:53:25 PM
Geez, is Yoneyama on Bolshoi and Hyuga's shitlist orsoemthing? She's been taking a lot of losses that a year ago she wouldn't've. I mean Haruyama is champ but lately it seems she can't buy a good win.

As for KAZUKI winning... oh yeah we're in Bizarro World if KAZUKI of all people is getting a title shot. I mean I know Sachie Abe is still out injured (at this rate she might be doen for good) but making KAZUKI a major challenger? This isn't Jd... hell even Jd never took KAZUKI so seriously.

James

Uhm she beat Bolshoi, though.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 28, 2008, 05:30:14 PM
At this point Bolshoi is kinda the the JWP equivalent of what El Samurai was during his last few years with New Japan (i.e. the gateway... once you get your win over Bolshoi your ready to move up the card).

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 28, 2008, 10:36:23 PM
i don't know if yoneyama got the bookers rubbed the wrong way or something but this is beyond incomprehensible
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 28, 2008, 10:43:17 PM
i don't know if yoneyama got the bookers rubbed the wrong way or something but this is beyond incomprehensible

Good so its not just me then...

I mean I really was expecting Kaori and Leon to win the tag belts but that didn't happen. Keeping the champ strong is one thing but not letting the talent underneath have some glory kinda sucks... I mean I'm torn o nthis because I love Kayoko but I also thoroughly adore Kaori.

Hell Kaori makes more snese as a challenger than KAZUKI. At least Kaori is JWP trueborn and she proved she won't choke in a big match (her match last year with Hyuga was choice).

James   
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 28, 2008, 11:53:49 PM
i have yet to see yoneyama in a bad match
her match against hyuga last year is thisclose to beating hyuga vs kong in terms of quality
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 29, 2008, 05:30:46 AM
i have yet to see yoneyama in a bad match
her match against hyuga last year is thisclose to beating hyuga vs kong in terms of quality

I just didn't like Hyuga/Kong. Too much controlling by hyuga. It's not even that Kong is dominant in the states, it's that she wasn't even being booked at being on the same level as hyuga, even with the added size and strength.

My favorite from last year was Melissa/Wesna(RQW), but my Joshi MOTY would have been Haruyama/Kuragaki vs Red Passion(I can never remember the haruyama/kuragaki tag team name)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on July 29, 2008, 08:24:01 AM
Huh? I thought you were one of the bigger proponents of Hyuga/Kong from last year ELPS.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 29, 2008, 08:32:04 AM
Huh? I thought you were one of the bigger proponents of Hyuga/Kong from last year ELPS.



Nope. I mean it was fun to watch Hyuga pull out all her offense, but the match itself was really just horrid. Hyuga dominated way too much. And even when Kong finally did get a come back and made Hyuga all bloody, it was shortlived, as Hyuga went back to dominating despite being covered in blood.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on July 29, 2008, 09:21:53 AM
I see. I thought was the only one here who saw that in the match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 29, 2008, 09:42:48 AM
I see. I thought was the only one here who saw that in the match.

Yeah, so many people keep saying that, oh she shouldn't be booked just like she is in america. It's not that, it's that she was being treated like she just debuted a few months before. All they had her was being big, and they didn't give her much else. They didn't put over a strength advantage or anything. It wasn't even Hyuga trying to reverse Kong and trying to survive, it was simply "Hyuga is the ace, so she's gonna dominate and make you look like anything you do is easily dealt with." They even had Hyuga no selling Kong's forearms.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 29, 2008, 11:16:55 AM
Haruyama/Kurahaki = BARI BARI Saikyo No.1 Tag Team

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 29, 2008, 11:09:39 PM

Yeah, so many people keep saying that, oh she shouldn't be booked just like she is in america. It's not that, it's that she was being treated like she just debuted a few months before. All they had her was being big, and they didn't give her much else. They didn't put over a strength advantage or anything. It wasn't even Hyuga trying to reverse Kong and trying to survive, it was simply "Hyuga is the ace, so she's gonna dominate and make you look like anything you do is easily dealt with." They even had Hyuga no selling Kong's forearms.

this quip reminds me of the concern regarding local puro talent to have this tendency to make gaijins look weak or book some gaijins as jobbers by stiffing it up against them
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on July 30, 2008, 12:34:24 AM
Luckily it doesn't always happen this way: in the past Monster Ripper looked almost unvulnerable, and more recently they are booking Vanessa the Mountain as really strong -at least in the few matches I watched; in one of them even Misae Genki had troubles with her not seeling her lariats...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 30, 2008, 01:02:25 AM
twisted, that may be the bookers' way of correcting the booking of kraven
remember tamura vs kraven? the latter looked kinda weak there
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on July 30, 2008, 01:13:20 AM
I must say that after I wrote my post I thought about that Tamura vs Kraven match, which certainly doesn't make Kraven an unbeatable monster.
So, I have to correct myself, and even though I'm now thinking of Wesna Busic (?? I don't recall her name) who for a while had been booked as rather strong, I admit the booker nowadays don't want to create the character of a Monster Gainjin who scares every joshi worker and manages to beat the ace until, after a long struggle, the ace succeeds at regaining the victory....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 30, 2008, 01:17:25 AM
you hit the nail right on the head why at some point kong vs hyuga had THAT vital weak point
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 30, 2008, 06:22:48 AM
Luckily it doesn't always happen this way: in the past Monster Ripper looked almost unvulnerable, and more recently they are booking Vanessa the Mountain as really strong -at least in the few matches I watched; in one of them even Misae Genki had troubles with her not seeling her lariats...

Yeah, Vanessa's great. Oh also Hailey Hatred's still undefeated in japan, even after 6 trips. So I guess it depends on the promotion and other factors.

And Eivon, I think the reason you thought I liked the Hyuga/Kong match was because I liked the Hyuga/Takahashi match, which you had similar complaints about.
 
I was watching sendai, and Hyuga made Dash Chisako look like a more credible challenger that Kong, other than the fact that it was only a 5 minute match. I mean she sold everything Chisako threw at her, and Chisako was on offense throughout the match. That pisses me off even more. But alas I still love Hyuga.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 30, 2008, 12:33:37 PM
I've had to re-evaluate my own position on Hyuga/Kong with all the discussion about it lately.

I think the problem lies in the way Hyuga controlled the flow. Its not she didn't sell enough really, if anything what little offense Kong got was sold to make it look like it was enough to keep Hyuga down (i.e. Kong didn't need the offense because her power would cause that much damage regardless of how long she controlled).

I think they were trying to make this look like a Kudo style match (i.e. monster has overpowering offense so Kudo has to dig down and become the "Evil Princess" to win). The problem is Hyuga, while a phenomenal wrestler isn't that type of wrestler (i.e. sympathetic babyface) so pulling off that type of match was going to be very very hard. I wouldn't say they failed but it didn't come off the way it shouldve.

James

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on July 31, 2008, 12:47:06 AM
Great analysis James, I totally agree ! *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 01, 2008, 02:43:07 AM
so hyuga's poker face somewhat hurt the match, didn't it?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 01, 2008, 05:21:05 AM
so hyuga's poker face somewhat hurt the match, didn't it?

Kinda. She hasn't been a sympathetic babyface in a looooong time (since like 98). Hyuga's role has been "The Ace". She's like the female Misawa when it comes to her current in ring personality.

Need a comparison for Hyuga/Kong?
While I've always enjoyed the Misawa/Vader matches I don't necessarily put them on the same level as say Misawa v. Kawada/Kobashi/Taue because Misawa usually doesn't get his ass kicked enough in those matches (save for the 10/99 title switch).

Hyuga/Kong is the Joshi version of Misawa/Vader

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 01, 2008, 05:57:06 AM
so hyuga's poker face somewhat hurt the match, didn't it?

Kinda. She hasn't been a sympathetic babyface in a looooong time (since like 98). Hyuga's role has been "The Ace". She's like the female Misawa when it comes to her current in ring personality.

Need a comparison for Hyuga/Kong?
While I've always enjoyed the Misawa/Vader matches I don't necessarily put them on the same level as say Misawa v. Kawada/Kobashi/Taue because Misawa usually doesn't get his ass kicked enough in those matches (save for the 10/99 title switch).

Hyuga/Kong is the Joshi version of Misawa/Vader

James

Another thing that hurt it, was the domination thing from the beginning. It wasn't like Kong started with the advantage and then Hyuga found that place in her. It was strictly domination right from the get go.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on August 01, 2008, 03:26:41 PM
I've always thought that the thing with that Hyuga/Kong match was that it was always going to be hampered by the fact that it was Kongs last match in Japan.  I am sure that AK was aware she would be working full time in America because of her new contract with TNA and I am sure that JWP knew it as well.  If that hadn't been the case and Kong had remained touring Japan, then I feel pretty sure the match would have been worked differently.  As it was, Kong put over JWP's ace, Hyuga bled like a stuck pig and had to use a TON of offense to put AK down as some compensation and they began to work in Hyugas coming need for a break due to her knee.  That match just became about putting over Hyuga's abilities and character and a potential weakness. Maybe it was also about making Hyuga's eventual vanquisher more of a big deal. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 02, 2008, 02:43:34 AM
Wait... I thought this was the match where Hyuga injured the knee...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on August 02, 2008, 03:06:23 AM
Wait... I thought this was the match where Hyuga injured the knee...

James

Ah, yeah, it was.  I was just being a bit cynical and treating it like Hyuga already knew about her knee and it was just worked it into the match. but having said that I cant remember Kong trying to take advantage of it so, either way. So, taking that into account, either my original statements stand, or potentially, Hyuga's knee was badly twinged, so she thinks, "bollocks, I've got to wrap this up before it goes completely, yo Kong, eat a load of my offense and take the fall already."  Either way, match quality always going to suffer.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JOSH Chisako on August 10, 2008, 08:53:46 AM
JWP "SUMMER IMPACT" August 9, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
127 Fans


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:37) with the Mad Splash.
2. Atsuko Emoto defeated Arisa Nakajima (10:16) with the Vertical Brainbuster.
3. Keito defeated Hiroyo Muto (10:39) with a Shining Wizard.
4. Plum Mariko Memorial Match: Command Bolshoi, Megumi Yabushita, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kaori Yoneyama, & Carlos Amano (19:51) when Bolshoi made Yoneyama submit.
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated KAZUKI (20:20) with a Diving Guillotine.  Haruyama is successful in the 2nd defense.

Pretty standard results.  Supposedly Yumiko Hotta was at the show.  I haven't found a report yet but I am guessing that Hotta is still pissed off about losing the Daily Sports tag tournament when Haruyama pinned Toyota and wants some revenge.  I could see Hotta mocking Kayoko's defense over KAZUKI as "a joke" and challenging for the title.  I'd be fine with a Haruyama-Hotta feud as long as the JWP championship doesn't actually end up being won by Hotta. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 11, 2008, 06:10:40 AM
1. i hope to see this being a proud fan of leon (plus some peeps told me her mad splash reminded them of RVD)
2. BRAINBUSTAAAAAHHHH!!! (ooops, sorry. i remembered El Generico)
3. it's okay
4. amano? and she's one of the last opponents of plum (i wonder if OZ would try even just once to wrestle in JWP)
5. YAY!!!

so when would be the next match for the Tag Titles?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 11, 2008, 06:16:41 AM
So defense #2 goes off smoothly. Geez, KAZUKI in a 20 minute match that isn't a tag?
Hopefully Kayoko and her worked well together.

Yumiko Hotta needs to be kept as far away from the JWP Openweight title as humanly possible. Let her and some partner win the tag belts in necessary but if she gets a shot against Haruyama then Kayoko needs to win so she can get that win over one of the 'Old Guard'

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 11, 2008, 06:18:44 AM
Awwe, but Hotta's fun. Especially when she's teasing Amazing Kong.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 11, 2008, 06:30:39 AM
aww ... come on, hotta vs haruyama would be fun
don't ruin it for us to fantasize about it
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 11, 2008, 07:02:31 AM
I'm all for a singles match but if it happens then Haruyama has to win. Do we need an outsider winning the belt and holding it just for Hyuga to comeback and be the savior of JWP again?

If Hotta v. Haruyama happens then Kayoko has to win and win decisively!

Geez, I wish we'd get the Haruyama/Tsubasa match we've all been fantasy booking for months  *wail

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 11, 2008, 10:15:11 PM
save_us.Y2H
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on August 19, 2008, 01:53:32 PM
JWP "SUMMER IMPACT" August 24, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Hamuko Hoshi
2. Hiroyo Muto vs X
3. Tojuki Leon vs Atsuko Emoto
4. Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kaori Yoneyama & Megumi Yabushita
5. Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs Yumiko Hotta & Keito

Hamuko Hoshi is apparently a new-ish Ice Ribbon wrestler.  I haven't kept up, but they have several newbies and many of them aren't kids.  Hoshi was born in 1982.

Arisa Nakajima was supposed to face Muto, but that won't happen due to Arisa's shoulder injury.

The main event looks like something to advance the likely Haruyama-Hotta feud.  I expect Hotta win kick the hell out of and then pin KAZUKI and talk shit about JWP.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 19, 2008, 03:12:43 PM
when was the last time hotta talked shit against a fed?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 19, 2008, 03:22:30 PM
The most interesting match for me is
Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kaori Yoneyama & Megumi Yabushita

I'm liking Yabushita getting more bookings.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 19, 2008, 03:33:34 PM
i think i'd be happier if they stop treating yoneyama like crap
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on August 19, 2008, 08:00:15 PM
You and me both, madam.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 19, 2008, 08:09:33 PM
and the thing is when it comes to Kaori... the fans absolutely adore her. She has this incredible charisma and connects with the crowd but instead they decie she needs to get crushed by whoever instead leavign that ot say Pinkie or even (I hate to say this) Arisa...

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 20, 2008, 12:57:01 AM
i have a feeling that there is something bolshoi knew about her that we didn't know
(worse, my Niponggo grammar is still limited)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on August 22, 2008, 07:59:32 AM
JWP "SUMMER IMPACT" August 24, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Hamuko Hoshi
2. Hiroyo Muto vs X
3. Tojuki Leon vs Atsuko Emoto
4. Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kaori Yoneyama & Megumi Yabushita
5. Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs Yumiko Hotta & Keito

Some shuffling of the card due to Arisa's injury.  Yumi Ohka has been added and a few matches were changed.

JWP "SUMMER IMPACT" August 24, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Hamuko Hoshi
2. Tojuki Leon vs Atsuko Emoto
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Hiroyo Muto
4. Command Bolshoi & Yumi Ohka vs Kaori Yoneyama & Megumi Yabushita
5. Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs Yumiko Hotta & Keito
[/quote]
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 24, 2008, 03:21:32 PM
Results from today at Tokyo Kinema Club:

JWP, 8/24/08
Tokyo Kinema Club
166 Fans

1. Pinkie Mayuka beat Hamuko Hoshi (5:19) with the Stretch Plum.
2. Tojuki LEON beat Atsuko Emoto (14:08) with the Capture Buster.
3. Tsubasa Kurigaki beat Hiroyo Muto (10:48) with a Lariat.
4. Commando Bolshoi/Yumi Ohka beat Kaori Yoneyama/Megumi Yabushita (18:48) when Bolshoi used an STF on Yoneyama.
5. Yumiko Hotta/Keito beat Kayoko Haruyama/KAZUKI (17:51) when Hotta used the Pyramid Driver on KAZUKI.

Tojuki LEON's finisher came out as that in the translator, I don't know if that is the right translation or not.  JWP has apparently set up a title match between Hotta and Haruyama for 9/23 at Korakuen Hall. (Ugh.)

JWP, 9/23/08
Korakuen Hall

1. JWP Openweight Title: Kayoko Haruyama(C) VS Yumiko Hotta

EDIT: Thanks for the help on the finisher name!

Chris
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 24, 2008, 03:31:15 PM
As far as Leon... the romanization of Capture Buster would break down to that.

Is it me or has JWP been running through short angles to set-up title matches with Haruyama?
I'd much rater see Hotta challenge for the tag titles (and win them) to set-up a singles title challenge. Because they aren't going that route my fear is that Haruyama's title reign will be coming to an end. I hope this in't another outsider wins the title to set-up Hyuga to regain scenarios.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 24, 2008, 03:52:16 PM
Maybe they are going to do a bunch of outsider challenges for the belts defense, till Satomura comes up and wins them. Then Hyuga would come in and save the day.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 24, 2008, 04:49:17 PM
But isn't Hyuga being the one to come in and regaining the title getting old at this point?

I mean, eventually someone is going to have to take over her role as Ace right?
I really think that if Haruyama loses the title it should be to someone in JWP. I don't think the 'Satomura wins JWP title' scenario is going to play out now. I'm really nervous we'll get Hotta as champ...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 24, 2008, 05:08:34 PM
Well if it were somebody in JWP, I'd really like to see it be either Kaori Yoneyama or Commando Bolshoi. Though anything that allows a renewing of the feud between Ran Yu-Yu and Hyuga gets my vote.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 25, 2008, 01:31:13 AM
man, haruyama (c) vs hotta hasn't occurred yet and i'm seeing negative thoughts here
on the other hand, it's better to be swerved with positive results from a match that was feared to gain negativity
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JOSH Chisako on August 26, 2008, 10:13:52 AM
JWP August 31, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. KAZUKI vs Keito
3. Pool Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Pinkie Mayuka vs Command Bolshoi, Electric Wave Mask Woman, & Megumi Yabushita

Also a talk show with Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & Arisa Nakajima.  Is Asuka Ohki even still in JWP? She's never at events like this and I'm starting to believe that she has left wrestling, but I'm not sure.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 26, 2008, 01:50:17 PM
Perhaps a name change.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 26, 2008, 02:31:30 PM
or some personality tweak perhaps
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on August 26, 2008, 09:05:10 PM
JWP August 31, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. KAZUKI vs Keito
3. Pool Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Pinkie Mayuka vs Command Bolshoi, Electric Wave Mask Woman, & Megumi Yabushita

Also a talk show with Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & Arisa Nakajima.  Is Asuka Ohki even still in JWP? She's never at events like this and I'm starting to believe that she has left wrestling, but I'm not sure.

Sachie Abe is still hanging out? Every time I see her name I'm surprised because of the frequency of her injuries/downtime she never got a chance to get a good run in. I remember when she debuted people were criticising her size; take a look at the size of the average worker now. *haha

I've been wondering about Auska too. She seemed okay in the ring but her gimmick/personality needs some overhaul. If it is another namechange this would be #3 for her.

Who's Electric Mask Wave Woman? Could be her; she's similar in size to that other masked chick that used to tag with Bolshoi.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Mizztrezz on August 26, 2008, 09:38:33 PM
Electric Mask Wave Woman?!?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 26, 2008, 09:40:21 PM
She could pass as an idol. She's extremely beautiful, but her gimmick's so boyish.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 26, 2008, 10:20:57 PM
Electric Mask Wave Woman?!?

why? does it sound like a Marvel Comic character again?
 *hee
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 26, 2008, 10:27:19 PM
It's Kaori Yoneyama under a mask!

Chris
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on August 27, 2008, 12:52:57 AM
I may be wrong, but I seem to recall that Asuka Ohki had some kind of injury, so she may be recovering from it (again, I may just have an Alzheimer fit, so don't take this for 100% true).
I had mixed feelings about her. She seemed to have good potential, but her ring dress was just terrible, and she really looked as if she needed a radical charachter change. Also, even though she  had a good athletic side -quite energetic, good dropkicks, a potential high flyer- she was also too tiny and weak even compared to other rookies. Anyway, let's hope to see her soon in the ring !
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 27, 2008, 03:21:47 PM
while it's evident that JWP is not booking ohki as an idol, they shouldn't have dropped the ball when it comes to her ring attire
look at her outfit, it's the kind of look that can't be taken seriously

genki is not booked as an idol but her outfit really expressed her booking
... that got me thinking why ohki got that kind of outfit
JWP must be clueless of how to book her (face, heel, tweener, striker, high-flyer, what-not)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on August 28, 2008, 12:12:05 AM
JWP must be clueless of how to book her (face, heel, tweener, striker, high-flyer, what-not)

You're right, but at the same time, don't you think she was just too green to be given a specific character and a definite outfit? I mean, things are not like they were during AJW, where a rookie had to remain a LOT of time with a limited moveset and a generic bathing suit before developing into something more complex, but at the same time others of Ohki's contemporaries like Aya Yuki or Green Youth's members (whatever happened to them???????) give me the impression of having a definite personality which is, anyway, just developing, and their ring dresses show it: they are simpler than those of their more experienced colleagues, but still are more than a swimsuit.....
Ohki was given this flashy (and unbecoming) red thing while she was still an ultra-beginner !
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on August 28, 2008, 04:49:09 AM
about Youth Green, the said tag team is injured

back to ohki, at some matches she looked somewhat green but they're not yet down to sucky levels anyway.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 01, 2008, 04:01:45 PM
i would love to see that main event since mita got paired with toyota to go for the JWP Tag Titles again
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 01, 2008, 07:05:59 PM
A minor dojo show.

JWP August 31, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall
79 Fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Pinkie Mayuka (7:43) with an Inside Cradle.
2. KAZUKI defeated Keito (10:50) with a Somersault Throw.
3. Swimming Pool Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (20:00) by submersion.  Others, in order of elimination: Electric Wave Mask Woman, Kayoko Haruyama, Pinkie Mayuka.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 03, 2008, 10:24:49 AM
I'm all for a singles match but if it happens then Haruyama has to win. Do we need an outsider winning the belt and holding it just for Hyuga to comeback and be the savior of JWP again?

If Hotta v. Haruyama happens then Kayoko has to win and win decisively!

break the walls, hyuga
 *hee

no seriously, i don't have a problem if JWP is planning to put the belt on an outsider heel in order to groom the next company ace
and i don't think hyuga is already that old to be shelved aside from the main event
it's just that if ever there would be the next ace they should be grooming, it should be yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 03, 2008, 05:08:25 PM
The problem seems to be that the only people who seem to see Yoneyama as the future ace are the people on this board. I mean look at the dojo match results...

Yoneyama needs a flash pin to beat a rookie who debuted back in November? *livid

Kaori yoneyama should be winning matches like that decisively

That makes Kaori look weak. What they couldn't get someone else to come in and lose that way as opposed to Yoneyama, a veteran who had title shot 10 months ago?

There are times I adore JWP and then are times I am utterly frustrated by them...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 03, 2008, 05:16:53 PM
Yeah, but in all fairness, this was just a random dojo show in front of 79 people. And she had a tag title shot not too long ago. Even if it was in a losing effort. Also Yoneyama's the master of the cradle, so it makes a little more sense.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 03, 2008, 05:44:13 PM
i don't what needed to happen before JWP realizes that
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on September 04, 2008, 07:05:28 PM
Electric Mask Wave Woman?!?

Oh yeah. ..nevermind, then *haha
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on September 07, 2008, 02:50:42 AM
yoneyama has worn too many masks, i noticed
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 08, 2008, 07:45:42 AM
JWP September 7, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Keito defeated Pinkie Mayuka (8:36) with the Falcon Arrow.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated KAZUKI (11:10) with the Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold.
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kaori Yoneyama, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Pinkie Mayuka (14:19) when Kuragaki used a Chestnut Bur Hold on Mayuka.

For the "main" event of this dojo show, the teams played rock-paper-scissors and the Kuragaki team won and were allowed to use chestnut burs as weapons.  Yes, this is weird.

As far as Yoneyama, I'm afraid she's too small to ever get a serious chance to be an ace, even today where smaller workers are more common.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 08, 2008, 03:06:23 PM
and just because JWP now has relatively tall people, they could manage to set aside yoneyama like that?
yoneyama then needs to turn heel since JWP is known for having pint-sized heels like hiromi yagi and mayumi ozaki
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 08, 2008, 03:11:12 PM
Well Hyuga's about the same size as Yoneyama, right? I guess it's different because Hyuga doesn't wrestle like a little person at all.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 08, 2008, 03:16:29 PM
plus the ring gear that yoneyama often wore that made her look even smaller
nothing against small people, just an observation
 *hee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on September 08, 2008, 07:46:27 PM
Well Hyuga's about the same size as Yoneyama, right? I guess it's different because Hyuga doesn't wrestle like a little person at all.

No. Yoneyama is 4'10 1/2". Azumi is about 5'3"; a little smaller than Carlos Amano (just a tad but Yoneyama is about 3 inches shorter than Carlos). Yoneyama is shorter than Bolshoi (cm measurement is far more accurate) and remember how long it took for people to take Bolshoi seriously. Though Yoneyama is impressively powerful for a woman her size it's still can't help her much. Even compared to the newer girls she is smaller in height. But she does have good. ..muscle mass. There's just no way to say that right when talking about a woman. *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 08, 2008, 09:57:26 PM
But Yoneyama doesn't always wear that ger. I thought she looked swank in her 'Big Match' gear against Hyuga. I mean I like her regular tan suede look but it is kinda Miho Wakizawa in 99ish...

Wait... I liked Wakizawa's ring gear... damn... ok so no complaints about her usual gear. Hopefully her time will come for the JWP Openweight...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 09, 2008, 05:32:28 AM
Anyone who doubts Yoneyama's Strength:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_8QYot9DdM
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on September 09, 2008, 08:12:26 PM
Who doubted Yoneyama's strength? Like, ever?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 09, 2008, 10:41:57 PM
Who doubted Yoneyama's strength? Like, ever?

I dunno, but I really just wanted to whore that clip...........<.<....>.>....<.<......well I guess it's time to hit those dusty trails.....whoops, fire exit.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 10, 2008, 03:57:19 AM
Who doubted Yoneyama's strength? Like, ever?

no one so far, thank goodness
i even received some comments on TEH EVIL about the hyuga-yoneyama match that while hyuga was able to retain, yoneyama still outwrestled her
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on September 10, 2008, 10:54:37 AM
It's not her power, it's her size.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 10, 2008, 01:39:02 PM
It's not her power, it's her size.

I know, I just like whoring that clip around,  *hee
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 11, 2008, 09:26:39 AM
The full card is out for JWP's next big show.  It features Haruyama's title defense against Hotta and Azumi Hyuga's return.  Arisa Nakajima is coming back this weekend and will be there as well, on the random youngsters tag.  Hailey Hatred will be back in Japan for some gaijin presence.  She's pretty much the top gaijin these days since AK isn't going to Japan anymore.  I've seen Hailey on a WAVE card as well and I'm sure she'll do something for MAKEHEN.

JWP "PURE SLAM 2008" September 23, 2008
Korakuen Hall


1. Arisa Nakajima, Pinkie Mayuka, & Yumi Ohka vs Hiroyo Matsumoto, Ryo Mizunami, & Io Shirai
2. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon vs KAZUKI & Keito
3. Command Bolshoi vs Megumi Yabushita
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Jaguar Yokota vs Toshie Uematsu & Hailey Hatred
5. Azumi Hyuga Return War: Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu vs Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Yumiko Hotta

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on September 11, 2008, 09:34:13 AM
Wouldn't Kraven be the top gaijin, or is she just not around enough?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 11, 2008, 09:51:42 AM
Wouldn't Kraven be the top gaijin, or is she just not around enough?

Hailey works more in Japan than Vanessa, which is why I gave her the credit.  If Vanessa went over more than once a year, then she might be the "top" gaijin.  Neither of them are anywhere near as important in the joshi scene (at least at this point) as AK was.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 11, 2008, 02:16:00 PM
Sweetness. Yeah, Hailey's really considering moving to japan, she's mentioned in her blog. She loved her match against Nanae because Nanae hit her harder than anyone ever has. So any xenophobia-created stiffing will just fire her up even more.

Yabushita/Bolshoi has the chance of being incredibly awesome. I've always loved Hyuga/Ran Yu-Yu as a team. They're very similar but still have a lot of distinct differences. The card doesn't look as good as the NEO card, but JWP consistently delivers better shows. It all matters on if Hotta puts on her work boots.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on September 12, 2008, 12:39:49 AM
I'd love to read Hailey's blog. Could you please post the link?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 12, 2008, 01:42:23 PM
http://haileyhatred.blog.com/
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on September 12, 2008, 06:03:58 PM
Happy to see more Hailey living her dream.

I guess to be more than an overnight addition a gaijin has to have size.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on September 13, 2008, 12:41:47 AM
thankyou Elps !
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 15, 2008, 12:02:51 PM
JWP September 15, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
126 Fans


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:17) with the Tokaido Drop.
2. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Io Shirai (16:03) when Uematsu used the Metal Wing Cutback on Kuragaki.
3. Command Bolshoi defeated Ayako Sato (14:48) with the Sensei Hold II.
4. Megumi Yabushita defeated Kaori Yoneyama (8:41) with the Sensei Hold II.
5. Yumiko Hotta, KAZUKI, & Keito defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima (21:28) when Hotta used a Cross Armbreaker on Leon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 15, 2008, 02:23:16 PM
Kaori jobs again......to a girl who might be leaving once her MMA career picks up again *gloom
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 15, 2008, 04:17:33 PM
Kaori jobs again......to a girl who might be leaving once her MMA career picks up again *gloom

and so my frustration with JWP in 2008 continues...

James

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 15, 2008, 08:20:45 PM
Kaori jobs again......to a girl who might be leaving once her MMA career picks up again *gloom

and so my frustration with JWP in 2008 continues...

James



It's technically solid booking, since they're having a match at the hotta/haruyama title match show. Even down to both using the same finisher. Still, I wish they would have jobbed at least someone who's on the same level as sato....what makes it worse is Yabushita beat her more quickly than Bolshoi beat Sato.......>.<
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 16, 2008, 03:55:15 AM
and so my frustration with JWP in 2008 continues...

James



to think that JWP is known for having a deep roster
i don't know what needs to happen to JWP in order for them to start putting over their youngsters
(like when JWP started giving the push to their hyuga, ran yuyu and amano when several main eventers declared retirement)

what's bolshoi's problem with yoneyama?
is she teddy hart-esque or something?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 23, 2008, 06:01:12 AM
JWP "PURE SLAM 2008" September 23, 2008
Korakuen Hall


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto, Ryo Mizunami, & Io Shirai defeated Arisa Nakajima, Pinkie Mayuka, & Yumi Ohka (15:41) when Mizunami used a Diving Guillotine Drop on Mayuka.
2. KAZUKI & Keito defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon (13:33) when KAZUKI used a Triangle Choke on Leon.
3. Command Bolshoi defeated Megumi Yabushita (12:16) with a Kido Clutch.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Jaguar Yokota defeated Toshie Uematsu & Hailey Hatred (12:18) when Kuragaki made Uematsu submit.
5. Hyuga Return Match: Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura defeated Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu (20:14) when Tamura used a Running Elbow on Hyuga.
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Yumiko Hotta (19:43) with a Lariat.  Haruyama is successful in the 3rd defense.

I figured either Hiroyo or Miz would beat Pinkie in the juniors tag.  It was Miz and she's getting a shot at Arisa's JWP Junior/POP titles on 10/12.  This will be Nakajima's first defense since regaining from Okuda and I don't think she's losing them back to Sendai, at least right away.  Instead, I think Arisa gets her job back from the Sendai tournament, where she lost to Miz. 

Ugh to KAZUKI beating the Leon/Yoneyama team. Bolshoi & Yabushita was probably a good technical match.  Azumi Hyuga did the usual job in her return match from injury.  Hopefully Tamura was in a working mood, since this is one of the few JWP shows of the year we should eventually get.

Yay to Hotta not winning.  Who gets the next shot at Haruyama?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on September 23, 2008, 08:39:32 AM
I'm glad Kayoko won, but....with a lariat  ????? *hot
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 23, 2008, 12:02:53 PM
Why not? Kayoko has a pretty wicked lariat (though not as wicked as Tsubasa's)

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 23, 2008, 01:55:37 PM
I was about to question Hotta jobbing to a lariat not done by Ito, but if she put over Amazing Kong in her first match, then I could definitely see her jobbing to a lariat.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on September 23, 2008, 03:11:16 PM
Hmmm...I can just see Hotta being able to take the Keene Hammer.  Not!

Lariatooo! probably makes sense, at the least it's a very credible finish in Japan. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 23, 2008, 05:26:30 PM
I'm glad Kayoko won, but....with a lariat  ????? *hot

kayoko has a sick way of executing finishers in a deadly way
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 23, 2008, 08:21:07 PM
Great now maybe we can get the next challenger for Kayoko to be a JWP wrestler as opposed to a freelancer.

Also marked me as also annoyed bout Yoneyama/Leon losing to KAZUKI/Keito...Is there no justice in this world?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 24, 2008, 01:05:01 AM
i wish there would be a joshi dirt sheet for us to check into so that we'd understand what has yoneyama really did in order to get the higherups peeved
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 24, 2008, 07:18:17 AM
i wish there would be a joshi dirt sheet for us to check into so that we'd understand what has yoneyama really did in order to get the higherups peeved

I don't really think Yoneyama has "peeved" anyone.  Sure, she's doing the job more than many at this board would like, but she is a good, charismatic mid-carder who is probably too small to ever get the "ace" role.  Obviously JWP in 2008 has been mainly about Kayoko Haruyama's push into the champion role, since somebody had to go there with Hyuga's injury. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Viscount Ultimo, 1st Viscount Tiger of Joshifans on September 24, 2008, 01:13:47 PM
The size thing in Japan is really silly.

It's like Puroresu is ten years ahead of everyone else in some ways and ten years behind everyone else in other ways.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 24, 2008, 01:53:58 PM
I think my problem is that Yoneyama really did have a breakout match with Hyuga back in December. It was amatch that was way better than I think most people were expecting it to be and it had more to do with Kaori playing young challenger and looking really on her game more than anything else. Here we are almost a year later and its like we're back in 2001/2002 and Yoneyama is getting beat liek a rookie.

She has incredible ability and charisma but I feel like the only people realizing it are on this board...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 24, 2008, 01:57:04 PM
I'm wondering if they're wanting her to take it off of Hyuga or something. Like if they're waiting for her to take if off of a certain person, and are having her job to make it a total surprise or something. Bleh, but it's probably just wishful thinking.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Viscount Ultimo, 1st Viscount Tiger of Joshifans on September 24, 2008, 02:22:02 PM
Ummm do you really need to bump the thread when there's already a JWP thread?

Danke ;)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on September 25, 2008, 01:14:56 AM
I have the same wishful thinking, ELPS !
Also, I really have a hard time imagining that Yoneyama is not receivinga push because of her size: I admit she's not a giant, but in the ring she more than compensates it with her energy, charisma and sheer strenght.
In the past Jaguar Yokota was a champion when she was smaller than most of the other girls, and I can't believe the same cannot happen for Kaori Yoneyama (or, when she'll have a little more experience, with Natsuki Taiyo, for whom I have the same opinion)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 25, 2008, 03:06:40 AM
The size thing in Japan is really silly.

It's like Puroresu is ten years ahead of everyone else in some ways and ten years behind everyone else in other ways.

it definitely reminds me for sure of some wrestlers (like YASSHI's brother whose name i already forgot) who don't get main event pushed due to size issues
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 28, 2008, 03:23:00 PM
The next two JWP cards are out.  It appears that Yumiko Hotta and Megumi Yabushita will still be working with JWP for the immediate future.  Also, there will be two title matches on the 12th, involving the junior and tag titles and an appearance by Devil Masami-maybe her last in the JWP ring?

JWP October 5, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Azumi Hyuga vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon vs Keito & KAZUKI
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Kaori Yoneyama, & Pinkie Mayuka vs Command Bolshoi, Arisa Nakajima, & Vanessa the Mountain

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD 1" October 12, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


1. TBA (Devil Masami will be involved)
2. Pinkie Mayuka vs Hiren
3. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Arisa Nakajima (c) vs Ryo Mizunami
4. Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, & Yumiko Hotta vs Command Bolshoi, Tojuki Leon, & Megumi Yabushita
5. JWP Tag Team Championship: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki (c) vs Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 28, 2008, 03:47:34 PM
Holy crap I really wish JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD 1" October 12, 2008 would come on TV.

$50 says Yoneyama takes the fall in JWP October 5, 2008 JWP Exercise Hall.
 *livid

Do you know how Pinkie Mayuka's coming along? From what I've seen she seems really stiff. And was using a lot of chops in the MV's I've seen. Would be interesting to see her match against Hyuga.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on September 29, 2008, 03:25:59 AM
bari bari saikyo vs toshie-ran is a dream match indeed
i bet once the match starts hell would freeze over
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 29, 2008, 05:38:46 AM
No no no... Pinky is taking the fall in tag match not Kaori... I hope...

UematsuRan v. Bari Bari should be awesome since these are pretty much the 2 best teams in Joshi.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 05, 2008, 09:21:13 AM
JWP October 5, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Azumi Hyuga defeated Pinkie Mayuka (9:05).
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon vs Keito & KAZUKI (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Command Bolshoi, Arisa Nakajima, & Vanessa the Mountain defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Kaori Yoneyama, & Pinkie Mayuka (15:24) when Nakajima used a Chestnut Burr Aided Stretch Muffler on Mayuka.

The main event was silly.  The Bolshoi team won the right before the match to use chestnut burrs as weapons.  Also, if you fell out of the ring, you had to eat a sweet potato.  What if you like sweet potatoes?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 05, 2008, 10:54:07 AM
JWP October 5, 2008
JWP Exercise Hall


1. Azumi Hyuga defeated Pinkie Mayuka (9:05).
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon vs Keito & KAZUKI (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Command Bolshoi, Arisa Nakajima, & Vanessa the Mountain defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Kaori Yoneyama, & Pinkie Mayuka (15:24) when Nakajima used a Chestnut Burr Aided Stretch Muffler on Mayuka.

The main event was silly.  The Bolshoi team won the right before the match to use chestnut burrs as weapons.  Also, if you fell out of the ring, you had to eat a sweet potato.  What if you like sweet potatoes?

I have to come out of hiding for this one! I guess if you like sweet potatoes you should make sure you don't eat anything before the match! It could be worse, some one could not like sweet potatoes! Then everyone else keeps tossing you out of the ring, because they are mad at you, for something you did prior to the match!

I can think of a few WWE or TNA matches where I wished they made them eat something for the lousy job they were doing in the ring!

Three matches, and Pinkie loses twice? That's no way to treat some one in pink!!!

And what is a 'Chestnut Burrs'? For those uneducated types in the crowd!

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 05, 2008, 11:16:12 AM
You finally decide to come out of hiding to talk about sweet potatoes? *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 05, 2008, 11:20:02 AM
They reminded me I needed to have something to eat!  *livid

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on October 06, 2008, 09:49:23 AM
The size thing in Japan is really silly.

It's like Puroresu is ten years ahead of everyone else in some ways and ten years behind everyone else in other ways.


I don't see why it's silly, I mean I do think it's silly to short change certain wrestlers for no reason other than size (anywhere) but wrestling is basically wrestling and as long as it's a physical match up size is always going to be an issue one way or another. To a lot of people (in the crowd) it's going to be really unrealistic to have a featherweight beat a legit heavyweight-even in joshi; I guess a lot of people assume that reality in wrestling is always bent for women so why not bend it some more? That's just the way it is. I mean, to put it all in perspective people thought Shawn Michaels was too small back when he was a good 30lbs+ heavier than he is now. And let's not even talk about the Brian Kendrick Unforgiven episode which was strange. ...the decision making process when dealing with a small wrestler is retarded compared to when dealing with an average sizer, I can't break down the logic behind it but I get it- I think it might be because I'm the size of a child. ..it's pretty hard to get people to take you seriously in anything except possibly being unqualified because short stature automatically suggests either youth or inability or both.

And part of it is almost a patronizing room given to small joshi wrestlers for highspots. Like Yoneyama can do deadlift chaos theory on Kansai yet, she gets buried. ....they let her have a little piece of cake but not the whole cake. ..or some analogy about them letting her show off a little then squashing her work like a bug.

I wonder what the hell it was about Ozaki that never got her buried in JWP. *haha
Someone should hand the secret to Yoneyama or she needs to leave JWP.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 10, 2008, 03:05:25 AM
Also, if you fell out of the ring, you had to eat a sweet potato.  What if you like sweet potatoes?

KAMOTE!!!
i like sweet potatoes if their boiled or fried
eating them uncooked would be the punishment perhaps
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 10, 2008, 11:07:28 PM
i was hoping that kaori snaps one day and turns heel due to jobbing a little too often
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 12, 2008, 10:53:48 AM
JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD 1" October 12, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


1. Hiren defeated Pinkie Mayuka (10:31) with the Ankle Hold.
2. Devil Masami & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Ayako Sato (13:28) when Masami used the Fire Valley on Sato.
3. JWP Junior/POP Championships: Arisa Nakajima (c) defeated Ryo Mizunami (15:08) with a Diving Foot Stomp. Nakajima is successful in the 1st defense.
4. Sonoko Kato defeated Keito (11:24) with the Crown's Gate.
5. Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, & Yumiko Hotta defeated Command Bolshoi, Tojuki Leon, & Megumi Yabushita (18:26) when Hyuga used the Diving Knee on Leon.
6. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championships: Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki (21:24) when Ran used the Fire Valley on Kuragaki.  Haruyama & Kuragaki fail in the 4th defense of the JWP title and 2nd defense of the Daily Sports title and Yu-Yu & Uematsu become the 29th JWP and 2nd Daily Sports Champions.

In the undercard, JWP & Sendai split, as some of us expected.  Hiren scores her 1st singles match win ever, while Arisa defeated Miz and keeps the junior titles.  I don't recall Nakajima using a Diving Foot Stomp as a finisher before.  It hasn't been announced yet, but my guess is that JWP will go north for Sendai's November show, as they conveniently don't have a JWP show that day.  I'm for resuming the JWP vs Sendai feud.  Unfortunately, they are both stuck on Samurai! TV and we never get much JWP and the amount of SENDAI Girls available has gone way down since they left GAORA.

Devil continues to pick up wins over youngsters.  I guess after losing matches to Toshie & AKINO earlier this year, she was done giving the rub to people.

A good day for Sonoko, as she picks up wins at both JWP and OZ.  Hyuga gets back on the winning track after returning from injury.

The big news is the tag title change.  Apparently, both the JWP and Daily Sports belts were at stake and Ran borrowed Masami's finisher to beat Kuragaki and put a pair of tag belts on the KING of TEAM.  I suspect this might be the trigger for a Kayoko vs Tsubasa feud that could culminate in a match for Haruyama's JWP singles title.


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 12, 2008, 12:19:02 PM
Really amazing day for Ran Yu-Yu. *approve *whee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 12, 2008, 12:56:44 PM
BARI BARI losin the JWP tag titles was a bit overdo if you ask me. It becomes harder to book your singlkes champion as tag champ and not have interest in one of the belts not suffer.

So UematsuRan regain the titles they lost 1 year ago eh?

Any word on Sachie Abe returning? For some reason WANTED always seems to be better and more serious (relativly speaking) against UematsuRan, unless JWP finally pulls the trigger on Yoneyama/Leon finally winning the tag belts.

James.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 12, 2008, 01:30:44 PM
I just checked out Toshie's blog.  Paraphrasing her, here's what she said:

"Haruyama & Kuragaki think that they are the strongest tag team. However, UemastuRan is the best tag team.  The best won today."
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 12, 2008, 01:45:09 PM
I just checked out Toshie's blog.  Paraphrasing her, here's what she said:

"Haruyama & Kuragaki think that they are the strongest tag team. However, UemastuRan is the best tag team.  The best won today."


I gotta admit it... that is frickin' awesome!

God bless Toshie for actually willin to be, y'know, a heel!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on October 12, 2008, 02:29:09 PM
Hooray for Uematsu~! All of my favorites are winning titles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 12, 2008, 07:48:22 PM
I'm wondering if Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu play the heels. They further their heel position, by attempting to split Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki permanently. With the loss of the tag team belts, one wrestler has a belt, while the other does not! A sure way to cause some friction between the two!

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on October 12, 2008, 08:51:55 PM
Quote
Devil continues to pick up wins over youngsters.  I guess after losing matches to Toshie & AKINO earlier this year, she was done giving the rub to people.

I believe she is still giving the rub, in a different way. Wrestlers do talk to each other before matches and for newer wrestlers getting into the ring with someone who has 35 years is probably a learning experience. I also believe that Devil is the kind of wrestler who gives back more by passing on skills than passing on wins which is a paper thin thing but skills last.

I've never bought into the whole "veteran on way out going over youngsters=BAD" politico-sabotage thing.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on October 15, 2008, 07:53:22 AM
I'm wondering if Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu play the heels. They further their heel position, by attempting to split Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki permanently. With the loss of the tag team belts, one wrestler has a belt, while the other does not! A sure way to cause some friction between the two!

Dave

Seeing some of their past defenses theyre not like how they were in GAEA in
terms of double countouts but on the mic they seem heel-ish.

Come on a tag name like "King of Tag Team" dont seem heel-ish to you?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 16, 2008, 02:55:57 AM
king of tag team reminds me of claudio castagnoli and chris hero (kings of wrestling)
ironically, KOW reigned one time in the indies for being triple crown holders
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 18, 2008, 10:23:29 AM
I'm wondering if Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu play the heels. They further their heel position, by attempting to split Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki permanently. With the loss of the tag team belts, one wrestler has a belt, while the other does not! A sure way to cause some friction between the two!

Dave

Seeing some of their past defenses theyre not like how they were in GAEA in
terms of double countouts but on the mic they seem heel-ish.

Come on a tag name like "King of Tag Team" dont seem heel-ish to you?

Well, when you it that way, of coarse it does sound heal-ish!

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 18, 2008, 11:34:22 AM
Shouldn't... shouldn't it be "Queen Of Tag Teams"?

This makes title reign #3 for UematsuRan if I'm not mistaken. Could the return of Sachie Abe be in the offing?

Or dare we to dream of another awesome UematsuRan v. YoneLeon tag title match?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2008, 12:26:07 PM
It seems as though a new heel faction might be forming in JWP that would include Hotta, Hyuga, and possibly KAZUKI & Sachie Abe.

After the tag match, where Hyuga, Hotta, & KAZUKI defeated Bolshoi, Leon, & Yabushita, Hotta was talking smack and apparently Arisa Nakajima took exception.  Remember, Arisa began her career in AtoZ when Hotta was running amuck.  That promotion died only a few months into her career, and Sachie Abe (who was one of the last veterans who hadn't quit) took Arisa with her as they were briefly a free-lance unit before joining JWP.  Well, Abe was in the corner of the Hotta/Hyuga group and Arisa got on the mike and said that Sachie was like a foolish woman who keeps going back to a man no matter how many times he cheats on her.  OUCH!  *fu

I don't think Hotta will find this funny and I suppose there will be some future repercussions.  Arisa's acting more like a babyface, as she shook hands with Ryo Mizumura after their match (of course, it's easy to be a good sport when you win) and seems to be looking towards Hiroyo Matsumoto as the next challenger.

Some pictures:

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/6/2/629bbc27.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/5/5/5538e6f8.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/5/5/55c2de9b.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/6/9/69d186d4.JPG)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/c/3/c32c8abe.JPG)

More photos at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-619.html

A write-up at http://blog.livedoor.jp/hirotsugu1069/archives/51076674.html
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2008, 12:41:02 PM
Here's JWP's card for next weekend.  The show celebrates the 10th anniversary of Tsubasa Kuragaki.  I think she actually started in 95 or 96, but was out of the sport for a few years, so it's probably 10 active years. 

Recent JWP action has led to certain JWP wrestlers aligning themselves with Yumiko Hotta, including Azumi Hyuga and possibly KAZUKI, Keito, and the injured Sachie Abe.  The others don't seem to be fond of Hotta, including Arisa Nakajima, who got in Hotta's grill at the last show. 

Arisa is still the JWP Junior & POP champion and it looks like the build is to a defense against Hiroyo Matsumoto.  I'm not sure who is next for Toshie/Ran for a title belt feud.  The Toshie/Ran match on this card is non-title. There are many possibilities.  Also, not sure who will be Haruyama's next challenger, but I have a feeling it's gonna be Kuragaki.


JWP October 26, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club
Tsubasa Kuragaki 10th Anniversary


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Misae Genki, & Yuki Miyazaki vs Bolshoi Kid, Kaori Yoneyama, & Megumi Yabushita
2. Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Hiroyo Matsumoto & Tomoka Nakagawa
3. Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu vs Azumi Hyuga & Keito
4. Tojuki Leon vs KAZUKI
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Kaoru Ito vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Ayako Hamada
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: windscorpion on October 18, 2008, 01:11:17 PM
Thats good, these feds need better storylines than endless tournaments as seems to be the case in so many feds these days.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 18, 2008, 03:05:28 PM
Once again Yoneyama's gonna do the job...and possibly in a comedy match... *kori *give *gloom *wail
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 18, 2008, 06:20:47 PM
This type of story only helps cement Arisa as the future of the company even more. If they play role reversal then Arisa ca nrecruit Yoneyama, Leon and Bolshoi to help her out. Of course this angle might be the death knell of the JWP/SENDAI feud. Don't think we're getting Hyuga/Satomura anytime soon.

If WANTED are playing heels then that will be... interesting... not many heel comedy teams out there.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on October 18, 2008, 07:03:33 PM
Dunno, Hyuga as heel makes a Satomura match even more likely in my eyes.  Seems like she's being seen as supporting the outside in screwing up JWP which could lead to Arisa, after getting some ass kickings, bringing in an outsider of her own (Meiko).  Maybe!  *whee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 18, 2008, 07:23:13 PM
Arisa being a full-fledged face saddens me..........however that comment could mean a tweener face like Melissa which =  Still *whee

I was thinking the same thing about Hyuga being a heel making a Satomura/Hyuga feud more likely. If both are face, and Meiko's not at all resentful, what have they to fight about? Now they have something to fight about.....though I was really hoping to also see an Arisa/Meiko feud or just one match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 18, 2008, 08:28:24 PM
Thats good, these feds need better storylines than endless tournaments as seems to be the case in so many feds these days.

I'll leave the who is or isn't playing a heel or face. to those more informed here. I was wondering, do these alliances signify a significant change in the story lines or business as usual? If it is a change, who's likely making the decisions? Bolshoi or some one else?

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2008, 08:30:16 PM
It's a bit early to say for sure.  We'll need to see some more shows to see what feuds end up developing, but the indication is that JWP is trying to shake things up.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on October 18, 2008, 09:04:27 PM
I hope this heel stable forming keeps up as it could lead to them doing something more with Yoneyama and Leon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 18, 2008, 09:53:48 PM
Maybe that's the reason they keep jobbing out Yoneyama. So she can turn heel out of losing so much....and then she can start wearing a leather jackets /Cindy Rogers Reference

I'm not so much in the liking of Leon...I dunno, I just don't like the Spear being used as often as she does with it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on October 19, 2008, 01:42:59 PM
....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on October 19, 2008, 03:23:36 PM
Honestly I have no idea what ELPS is talking about. I was talking about Leon and Yoneyama stepping it up as faces with JWP's strongest in Hyuga turning heel.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 19, 2008, 04:12:37 PM
Honestly I have no idea what ELPS is talking about. I was talking about Leon and Yoneyama stepping it up as faces with JWP's strongest in Hyuga turning heel.

I meant that she gets so frustrated from losing so often, that she starts cutting corners to obtain victories.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 23, 2008, 06:40:18 PM
i wonder if SuicidalDragon is aware of the poor booking of kaori knowing he's been featuring her moves lately on TEH EVIL
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 23, 2008, 07:31:56 PM
Actually there is a even money shot on Yabushita being the one doing the job since she is the freelancer. I'd like to think Bolshoi protects her regular talent over freelance talent for nothing tag matches. But this Kaori Yoneyama, the most devalued wrestelr in JWP we are talking about. At this rate Kaori will be losing Pinky Mayuka in November!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 23, 2008, 07:42:08 PM
Kaori did the job for Yabushita last month during the Bolshoi/Yabushita feud *gloom *kori *give *livid
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 23, 2008, 08:16:10 PM
Kaori did the job for Yabushita last month during the Bolshoi/Yabushita feud *gloom *kori *give *livid

Good point...  *livid

God Kaori must've honked Bolshoi's clown nose or something to go from title challenger to J.O.B. Squad in just under a year.

Top to bottom JWP is my favorite fed but Kaori never winning makes me sad  *gloom

At least Kayoko's title reign is going along well so far...

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 24, 2008, 03:02:33 AM
Kaori did the job for Yabushita last month during the Bolshoi/Yabushita feud *gloom *kori *give *livid

argh! how can JWP develop new main eventers if the future is aborted?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2008, 08:41:41 AM
JWP October 26, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club
Tsubasa Kuragaki 10th Anniversary
233 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Misae Genki, & Yuki Miyazaki defeated Bolshoi Kid, Kaori Yoneyama, & Megumi Yabushita (18:43) when Kuragaki beat Bolshoi.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Tomoka Nakagawa (15:58) defeated Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka when Matsumoto used a Backdrop on Mayuka.
3. Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated Azumi Hyuga & Keito (14:40) when Uematsu used the Solarina on Keito.
4. KAZUKI defeated Tojuki Leon (15:00) with a Somersault Throw.
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Ayako Hamada defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Kaoru Ito (19:03) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Haruyama.

A good day for Tsubasa, winning both matches at her anniversary show, including beating the JWP champ Haruyama in the main event.  It looks like BARI BARI is gonna FIGHT FIGHT each other, as I think Kuragaki's getting the next title shot, probably at the year-end show at Korakuen.  Similarly, I think Hiroyo is being groomed as Arisa's next challenger for the junior belt.  It's less clear who is gonna challenge ToshieRan, and exactly how the potential feud between Hotta, Hyuga, KAZUKI, Keito, & possibly Sachie Abe (if she returns from injury) against the rest of JWP will go.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 26, 2008, 11:45:23 AM
wow, Yoneyama actually doesn't do the job, that's enough to make my day *whee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 26, 2008, 12:00:17 PM
Y'know it would be interesting if Sachie didn't side with KAZUKI and became a somewhat serious babyface defending JWP. That would be refreshing and hell I think a tea mwith her and Kaori or Tsubasa would be damn fun.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 29, 2008, 02:58:02 AM
Arisa being a full-fledged face saddens me..........however that comment could mean a tweener face like Melissa which =  Still *whee

I was thinking the same thing about Hyuga being a heel making a Satomura/Hyuga feud more likely. If both are face, and Meiko's not at all resentful, what have they to fight about? Now they have something to fight about.....though I was really hoping to also see an Arisa/Meiko feud or just one match.

here's the thing, meiko has just returned and SENDAI vs JWP is underway. the logical way to book hyuga is that of a heel who felt no remorse whatsoever for shattering meiko's eye socket (i see shades of y2j vs hbk in the process). on the other hand, hyuga's tag team partner when it occured was arisa so i am not yet buying the babyface angle just yet unless hyuga would be booked as the heel because she is threatened with the presence of arisa.

let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it
nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 29, 2008, 04:13:20 AM
let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it

nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass

Yoneyama: I'd like to be ace of the company... please, Bolshoi-sama can I win a match or two? I'll scrub the mat extra hard if it will help!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 29, 2008, 05:53:43 AM
let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it

nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass

Yoneyama: I'd like to be ace of the company... please, Bolshoi-sama can I win a match or two? I'll scrub the mat extra hard if it will help!

James

Yumiko Hotta: Dayumn, I feel like punting some clowns.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 29, 2008, 02:53:12 PM
let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it

nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass

Yoneyama: I'd like to be ace of the company... please, Bolshoi-sama can I win a match or two? I'll scrub the mat extra hard if it will help!

James

Yumiko Hotta: Dayumn, I feel like punting some clowns.



Bolshoi: You call that a clean mat Yoneyama? Guess someone is losing to Pinkie tonight...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 29, 2008, 03:08:18 PM
let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it

nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass

Yoneyama: I'd like to be ace of the company... please, Bolshoi-sama can I win a match or two? I'll scrub the mat extra hard if it will help!

James

Yumiko Hotta: Dayumn, I feel like punting some clowns.



Bolshoi: You call that a clean mat Yoneyama? Guess someone is losing to Pinkie tonight...

James

Oh, come on.  Pinkie never beats anyone.  She even lost to Hiren!  Wait, she did beat Moeka Haruhi.  Moeka must really do a terrible job of scrubbing GAMI's mat in WAVE.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 29, 2008, 04:03:49 PM
Pinkie has beaten Io Shirai  (wait... maybe was Mio... ok she beat A Shirai) *livid

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 30, 2008, 05:37:34 AM
let's pretend that we can read minds:

hyuga: i am the ace of the company. i paid my dues. i won't let some green bitch take this spot from me. if i have to get backup to do it, then so be it

nakajima: i will be the ace of the company. and i will do it as soon as i get rid of your ass

Yoneyama: I'd like to be ace of the company... please, Bolshoi-sama can I win a match or two? I'll scrub the mat extra hard if it will help!

James

Yumiko Hotta: Dayumn, I feel like punting some clowns.



Bolshoi: You call that a clean mat Yoneyama? Guess someone is losing to Pinkie tonight...

James

Yoneyama: Hey Hotta, I think I have a clown you can punt.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 31, 2008, 02:48:50 AM


Bolshoi: You call that a clean mat Yoneyama? Guess someone is losing to Pinkie tonight...

James

yoneyama: as God is my witness, i'll never go hungry again ... for titles. i'll make sure of that. and why make me suffer when it's hotta who punted you? do i look like her at all?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 06, 2008, 08:46:15 AM
Bad news from JWP.  Tsubasa Kuragaki injured herself in training, dislocating her ankle & breaking her leg, if my translation is close.  http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10161427596.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10161427596.html)

She's obviously out of JWP & WAVE this weekend and probably for a good chunk of time :(

Here's the JWP card before the announcement.  I'm not sure how they will change the lineup.  This would also put the likely Haruyama-Kuragaki title match on hold and someone else will have to step up as the next challenger.

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD 3" November 9, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Tomoka Nakagawa
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki (out) & Hiroka vs Kaori Yoneyama & Ayako Sato
3. Keito vs Misae Genki
4. Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu vs Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima vs Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, & Yumiko Hotta

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 06, 2008, 04:07:25 PM
What is it with the November/December challenger getting injured 2 years running?

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 07, 2008, 08:38:28 AM
AKINO has replaced Kuragaki on JWP's show on the 9th at Tokyo Cinema Club.  AKINO was already working the WAVE show at the same venue that day.  Kuragaki was also booked for WAVE and no replacement is announced for that match.

So match #2 for JWP will be AKINO & HIROKA vs Kaori Yoneyama & Ayako Sato

HIROKA is the ex-LLPW worker who moved to Mexico and works for CMLL. I guess she's back to Japan for a visit and getting a few matches in like Mima Shimoda did last month.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 07, 2008, 03:44:35 PM
I'm downloading a torrent of JWP Pure-Slam 2008.
The card being
1. Road to the Future:
Arisa Nakajima, Pinky Mayuka & Yumi Ohka vs.
Hiroyo Matsumoto, Ryo Mizunami & Io Shirai

2. Survival Slam:
Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon vs. Keito & KAZUKI

3. A Submission like a kaleidoscope:
Command Bolshoi vs. Megumi Yabushita

4. A battle outside the standard:
Jaguar Yokota & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Toshie Uematsu & Hailey Hatred

5. Azumi Hyuga Return Match:
Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu Yu vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Misae Genki

6. JWP Openweight Title:
Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs. Yumiko Hotta

I'll post the entire event on my veoh account later tonight when it's finished downloading.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 07, 2008, 04:03:31 PM
ELPS you are a saint...

FINALLY! New JWP~!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on November 07, 2008, 07:18:20 PM
The Haruyma match is pretty decent but the best match on the card is the openor.  Some slight mistakes but fuck me do they lay it in.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 07, 2008, 08:30:57 PM
It might be early next morning, because my little brother paused the downloads while I was asleep *livid

However, I'm going to stay up with this til it's finished, plus I'm downloading the Kyoko Inoue 20th Anniversary show, since no one's upped the LCO match or the Bari Bari match. Plus I even got a download for Mima Shimoda vs Kyoko Inoue vs Yoshiko Tamura for the NEO/NWA Pacific Title.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 07, 2008, 11:26:58 PM
thanks a bunch, ELPS
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 09, 2008, 03:00:31 AM
Hey, will JWP-Climax make television?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 09, 2008, 01:19:34 PM
JWP November 9, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club
182 Fans


1. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Pinkie Mayuka (10:18) with the CRB.
2. AKINO & HIROKA defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Ayako Sato (16:57) when HIROKA used the Muerte de Christo on Sato.
3. Misae Genki defeated Keito (11:52) with the G-Driver.
4. Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (16:44) when Yu-Yu used the European Clutch on Bolshoi.
5. Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, & Yumiko Hotta defeated  Kayoko Haruyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima (21:05) when Hyuga used the Michinoku Driver II on Nakajima.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 09, 2008, 01:22:30 PM
Loving the heel faction in JWP. After viewing JWP Pure Slam '08, I'm thinking they're trying to return to their roots, with ultra stiff wrestling and real heel factions.

Interesting to note that Ran Yu-Yu beat Bolshoi with a submission.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on November 09, 2008, 03:54:23 PM
Quote
5. Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, & Yumiko Hotta defeated  Kayoko Haruyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima (21:05) when Hyuga used the Michinoku Driver II on Nakajima.

Azumi beats Arisa! That's something I figured I'd never hear of happening!   *omg


Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on November 10, 2008, 02:39:58 AM

Azumi beats Arisa! That's something I figured I'd never hear of happening!   *omg


Dave

of course you would, JWP is grooming azumi to be the heel to make life hell for arisa
(and bolshoi took the fall instead of kaori ... hmmm)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on November 10, 2008, 07:54:12 PM
But will Arisa be allowed to return the favor?  *haha


Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 10, 2008, 10:15:35 PM
Well CLIMAX 2008 is only a month or so away and I get the feeling we'll see Arisa v. Azumi and I wouldn't be surprised at all if Arisa eeked out the win.

Dammit we need matches announced for CLIMAX soon since we don't even have a challenger for Kayoko!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on November 11, 2008, 03:28:00 AM
Dammit we need matches announced for CLIMAX soon since we don't even have a challenger for Kayoko!

James

thanks for reminding us that
but i think the storyline would be booked better if hotta wins a rematch against kayoko
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 11, 2008, 06:20:14 AM
It was brought at DVDVR that it could be Yoneyama. At first I thought that didn't make sense but...

Yoneyama/Kayoko goes down at CLIMAX, Kayoko retains and then post match the 2 biggest adversaries against Hotta Gundan get beat down by Hotta and her crew furthering the angle. Honestly, I think they should've held off on the Kayoko/Hotta match in the first place.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 11, 2008, 10:09:30 AM
I was already thinking of a booking. You give Kayoko like 1 more strong defense, before you have Hyuga challenging. Then have Haruyama just squeak by with a victory despite loads of Hotta & her gang's interference.....and then...uhm..ah crap I forgot, but it would basically end with Yoneyama winning the title or something.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 14, 2008, 07:03:34 AM
According to purolove, JWP Climax (the Korakuen Hall show on 12/28) will be on Samurai TV!

Also, an announcement has been made regarding title challenges for both the singles and tag titles.  For both titles, there have been 3 contenders announced.  These 3 contenders will compete in a round-robin on the 11/24, 11/30, and 12/7 shows.  The winner of the round-robin will get the title shot.

For the JWP Openweight title, held by Kayoko Haruyama, the contenders are Azumi Hyuga, KAZUKI, and Tojuki Leon.  The standard result would be Hyuga winning.  Maybe there will be a big upset?

For the JWP/Daily Sports tag titles, held by Ran Yu-Yu and Toshie Uematsu, the contender teams are Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita, Keito & Misae Genki, and Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi.  Those last two teams are kind of different.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 14, 2008, 07:29:28 AM
Will probably be Hyuga for the first, and Bolshoi/Yabushita for the second. However, for the second I'm pulling big time for Yoneyama and Emi, who'd be awesome as a team, and would make a fantastic match with ToshieRan.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on November 14, 2008, 07:30:54 AM
Weird!  At least Bolshoi is mixing it up and making it hard to second guess the results.  Leon being in there instead of tagging with Yoneyama kind of makes you think she'll take the falls, but then how do you work out KAZUKI and Azumi if they are both supposed to be supporting Hotta Gundan?  But KAZUKI has already had a shot so that makes you think the results will be split between Azumi and Leon.

Would be surprised if it isn't Bolshoi and Yabushita going to the tag-title match though, especially after their recent rivalry.  Either that or Yoneyama and Emi will get the shot, lose and Yone' will want a rematch with her 'proper' partner Leon.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on November 14, 2008, 09:00:43 AM
Is Genki still retiring? A bit odd to go after the tag titles with a random partner if not.

Anyways I say the challenge goes to Bolshoi/Yabushita
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 14, 2008, 03:44:55 PM
Is Genki still retiring? A bit odd to go after the tag titles with a random partner if not.

Anyways I say the challenge goes to Bolshoi/Yabushita

But Bolshoi and Yabushita already got their chance and failed.

Weird!  At least Bolshoi is mixing it up and making it hard to second guess the results.  Leon being in there instead of tagging with Yoneyama kind of makes you think she'll take the falls, but then how do you work out KAZUKI and Azumi if they are both supposed to be supporting Hotta Gundan?  But KAZUKI has already had a shot so that makes you think the results will be split between Azumi and Leon.

Would be surprised if it isn't Bolshoi and Yabushita going to the tag-title match though, especially after their recent rivalry.  Either that or Yoneyama and Emi will get the shot, lose and Yone' will want a rematch with her 'proper' partner Leon.

I thought it was Keito who wrestled her, I'll have to recheck the results.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on November 14, 2008, 06:33:42 PM
WTF are you talking about? Bolsoi and Yabushita have never challenged for the belts together. Hell the only defense made of the tag titles thus far was against NOSAWA and MAZADA for some inexplicable reason.

And it was KAZUKI.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 15, 2008, 11:41:33 AM
I meant they already beat them in a non-title bout under two weeks ago.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 24, 2008, 06:05:47 AM
JWP November 24, 2008
Itabashi Green Hall
182 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu & Misaki Ohata defeated Pinkie Mayuka & Io Shirai (16:15) when Uematsu used an Elbow on Mayuka.
2. JWP Tag Championship Next Contender League:  Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi [2] defeated Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita [ 0] (11:32) when Yoneyama used a Modified La Magistral on Bolshoi.
3a. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: KAZUKI [2] defeated Tojuki Leon [ 0] (8:06) with a Somersault Throw.
3b. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: Azumi Hyuga [2] defeated KAZUKI [2] (9:55) with the Michinoku Driver II.
3c. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: Azumi Hyuga [4] defeated Tojuki Leon [ 0] (8:36).
4. Keito & Yumiko Hotta defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima (20:29) when Hotta used the Pyramid Driver on Nakajima.

 I thought Bolshoi & Yabu were gonna win the tag league, but Yone and Emi get off to a good start.  Also, it appears that the singles league involves the three wrestlers facing each other in 2 matches per day over the next 3 shows.  Hyuga jumps out to the early lead.  Finally, Hotta puts little princesses in their place.  I hope the blow-off somewhere down the road will be Arisa getting the break-through win over Hotta, but that should wait for a bigger show.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 30, 2008, 08:08:55 AM
I don't think anyone ever reported it on this board, but JWP have accepted two new trainees.  Masako Mochizuki (左が望月真子) is only 14, while Saya Kurogawa (右が黒川沙耶) is 20.  I think Mochizuki is on the left and Kurogawa on the right.

http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10168624196.html (http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10168624196.html)

Also, the card for the next JWP show.

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD.7" December 7, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi vs Makoto & Hamuko Hoshi
2. Pinkie Mayuka vs Yumiko Hotta
3. JWP Tag Championship Next Contender League: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita [ 0] vs Keito & Misae Genki [1]
4. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: Azumi Hyuga [1], KAZUKI [ 0], Tojuki Leon [1]
5. Four Queens: Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima vs Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu

Pinkie's gonna die.  It's been nice knowing her.  *tantrum

In the tag team tournament, a win or draw by Keito & Genki would earn them the title shot.  A Bolshoi/Yabushita win would cause a 3-way tie and necessitate a three-way tiebreaker match.

In the singles tournament, this will be a 30 minute match.  Two wrestlers will start and wrestlers will change every 5 minutes.  A point is scored for each fall/submission.  Whoever ends up with the most points gets the shot at Haruyama and the title.

The "four queens" match features all of the current JWP title holders.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 30, 2008, 08:36:57 AM
Results of today's double shot from Kitasenju Theater.  Tojuki Leon pins KAZUKI in the three way match, so Leon and Hyuga are tied with 1 point (KAZUKI has zero) going into next week's 30 minute match, so anyone can still win the title shot.  Keito & Genki win and prevent Yoneyama & Sakura Emi from clinching a tag title shot.  This one will come down to Genki & Keito vs Bolshoi & Yabushita next week.  Keito & Genki can win the title shot with a win.  A Bolshoi/Yabushita win will force a tiebreaking three way match.

Arisa won the next generation challenge in the early show.  She lost, of course, to Kayoko in the main event of the late show, but got a lot of time. 

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD.5" November 30, 2008 (afternoon)
Kitasenju 1010 Mini Theater


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Chihiro Oikawa (7:38) with a German Suplex Hold.
2. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Misaki Ohata (16:47) when Yabushita used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Ohata.
3. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Keito (15:44) with a Forearm Smash.
4. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League, Three Way Match: Tojuki Leon [1] defeated KAZUKI [ 0] & Azumi Hyuga [1] (10:04) with a Jackknife Hold on KAZUKI.
5. New Generation Chance Match: Arisa Nakajima & Io Shirai defeated Pinkie Mayuka & Hanako Kobayashi (12:54) when Nakajima used a Modified Back Foot Figure-4 Leglock on Mayuka.

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD.6" November 30, 2008 (evening)
Kitasenju 1010 Mini Theater


1. KAZUKI defeated Pinkie Mayuka (7:38) with the K-Crusher.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated Io Shirai (12:46) with the Mad Splash.
3. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Azumi Hyuga & Hanako Kobayashi (14:18) when Bolshoi used the Sensei Hold II on Kobayashi.
4. JWP Tag Championship Next Contender League: Keito & Misae Genki [1] defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi [1] (15:52) when Genki used the G-Driver on Yoneyama.
5. New Generation Chance: Kayoko Haruyama defeated Arisa Nakajima (22:06) with the Keene Hammer.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on November 30, 2008, 02:36:04 PM
Quote
Finally, Hotta puts little princesses in their place.

I get a chuckle out of that one, every time I read that comment about Haruyama & Nakajima!

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 30, 2008, 03:49:11 PM
I can't tell you how much I desperately want to see that match.

If anyone who lives in Japan and is able to get a dvd of the afternoon show, I'll gladly pay for it. 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 30, 2008, 04:06:04 PM
I dunno, I think Pinkie's really tough. Her only thing is, she likes to stiff, and I don't see Hotta taking that kindly from a rookie. Plus it kind of seems like this is another way to put Hotta over as a heel by having her destroy the promotion's baby.

Main event looks really solid. I really need to find someone on this board who lives in japan so I can pay them to get me these JWP releases, because I don't get to see near enough Arisa or Pinkie, and they're really getting some nice work, especially with Arisa starting to get a main event push.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 30, 2008, 06:35:30 PM
I think it will end up with the 3-way tag match, though YabuBolshoi winning wouldn't surprise me. I mean I don't see Keito/Genki just because one of them is retiring and putting that person in a postion to win the tag belts is kinda stupid.

I'm still hoping for Yoneyama and Sakura just because I think they would be a really fun team.

I definitely want to see the 4 Queens match. That has sooo much potential to be awesome.

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on November 30, 2008, 10:57:20 PM
1. Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi vs Makoto & Hamuko Hoshi

hamuko hoshi is a rookie, right?

2. Pinkie Mayuka vs Yumiko Hotta

i trust in pinkie's stiffness although hotta is notorious too

3. JWP Tag Championship Next Contender League: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita [ 0] vs Keito & Misae Genki [1]

genki would have been a good fit to Hotta Gundam if only she's not at the road to retirement

4. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: Azumi Hyuga [1], KAZUKI [ 0], Tojuki Leon [1]

you want me to bet for the darkhorse named KAZUKI?

5. Four Queens: Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima vs Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu

queen of diamonds, queen of hearts, queen of spades and queen of cloves
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: windscorpion on December 01, 2008, 01:34:35 AM
Yeah Hamuko Hoshi is an Ice Ribbon rookie, though one of their older rookies (born 1982).
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 03, 2008, 09:37:46 PM
Yeah Hamuko Hoshi is an Ice Ribbon rookie, though one of their older rookies (born 1982).

an older rookie perhaps than miki ishii?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: windscorpion on December 04, 2008, 01:36:25 AM
Yeah Miki Ishii is nearly 40 i think.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 04, 2008, 04:04:34 PM
Apparently, Arisa said in her blog that she is going to be taking on Yumiko Hotta at JWP Climax.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 07, 2008, 09:05:40 AM
The title challengers were determined at this show and there were some surprises.  I don't think Hotta destroying Pinkie was a surprise to anyone, but Keito & Misae Genki win the tag team title shot.  This seems silly since Genki is retiring 3 days after JWP Climax, so I expect no title change.

Also, Tojuki Leon wins the singles shot.  I kind of thought this would happen and that the Haruyama/Hyuga rematch will wait until next year.  I figured that with the format of the final match, with several five-minute mini-matches and a point for scoring a pinfall in any of them, that Leon might get the shot by beating KAZUKI, but they actually gave Leon the win over Azumi.  This is good because Tojuki looks like much more of a legitimate challenger and this should really enrage the Hotta Gundam. 

So it's Keito & Genki vs Ran & Toshie for the tag titles and Haruyama vs Leon for the singles title.  No other matches have been officially announced yet, although Hotta vs Nakajima is highly likely.

JWP "SURVIVAL ROAD.7" December 7, 2008
Tokyo Cinema Club

1. Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi defeated Makoto & Hamuko Hoshi (11:01) when Yoneyama used a Moonsault Press on Makoto.
2. Yumiko Hotta defeated Pinkie Mayuka (3:15) with a Rear Naked Choke.
3. JWP Tag Championship Next Contender League: Keito & Misae Genki [2] defeated Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita [ 0] (12:54) when Keito used a Modified Shubain on Yabushita. Keito & Genki win the title shot.
4. JWP Openweight Championship Next Contender League: Tojuki Leon [2] defeated Azumi Hyuga [1] and KAZUKI [ 0] (30:00) and won the title shot. Leon vs KAZUKI (5:00) went to a time-limit draw. KAZUKI vs Hyuga (5:00) went to a time-limit draw. Hyuga vs Leon (5:00) went to a time-limit draw. Leon vs KAZUKI (5:00) went to a time-limit
draw. KAZUKI vs Hyuga (5:00) went to a time-limit draw. Leon defeated Hyuga (2:15) with the Captured Buster.
5. Four Queens: Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima (20:06) when Yu-Yu used a Forearm Smash on Nakajima.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 07, 2008, 02:05:04 PM
Bleh, I really hoped they'd allow Emi and Yoneyama a chance to shine.....well hopefully they at least keep them as a permanent team, because that's one team that's definitely full of win.

Tojuki pinning Azumi was a huge shock, especially that she gotta a decisive win, instead of a roll-up or something. Though, I kinda don't want to see Leon getting the shot, since it's the last show we get this year, and I'm not a fan of how much she spams the spear. Oh well. Hmm, that'd be awesome heeling if every KAZUKI/Hyuga encounter was just them sitting there resting up.

Main event was no surprise, but I still really wanna see it.



Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Davesnothome on December 07, 2008, 09:06:29 PM
Maybe before hand they decided to have them draw straws, as to who would be the last contender this year, and Tojuki was the lucky one! Hyuga is so experienced, she could put Leon across, without a problem.

Dave
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 09, 2008, 08:54:55 AM
Photos from the 12/7 show at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-635.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-635.html)

I like Yoneyama and Sakura Emi in their matching outfits.  They sound like a fun team.  Even though they didn't win the title shot, maybe they'll team up at CLIMAX 2008.

That bitch Hotta hung Pinkie over the top rope with her chain.  So Pinkie played her role of the cute little kid getting destroyed by the vicious old woman.  I read on Bolshoi's blog that Arisa vs Yumiko is on and it's gonna be "Dress Wild Fight" (i.e. the JWP streetfight). 

Keito seemed very happy to win a title shot.  That shot of her jumping in Misae's arms sure set off the gaydar.

The shot just before the Four Queens match is nice.  Seven title belts in the picture.  Only Kayoko has only one belt, but she has the most important one!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2008, 03:38:01 PM
You do not understand how much I am marking out right now.(-=^.^=-) I do think though, they could have booked this better, by having Hotta lose to Haruyama via DQ or something. Would make the stipulation more fitting, since the non Street Fight had about as much brawling as most streetfights.....oh I hope this gets an assload of time. I can't wait to watch it. It's obvious Hotta-Gundan's gonna help interfere, but I can totally see Yoneyama, Pinkie, and a few others come out to help even the score. This feud has really been amazing for helping give attention to the JTTS's. It's really allowed them to grab the spotlight despite not being in the main events. So Bolshoi's definitely booked this perfectly, and made sure what needs to make TV matter, and mean something.
Arisa could easily become the next Ozaki, with her wrestling flow, but also with her bitchiness and willingness to become hardcore.....Plus with her being so beautiful. *blush *Oni*

I can see Arisa bleeding a gusher, as she's definitely not afraid of it with that blade job from a few days ago, along with that barbed wire boards match she had earlier in the year.

I wonder if she really will become the next Idol Hardcore Queen. She could even feud with Apple Miyuki.

I wonder if it'll be like an Ozaki streetfight where she dominates the bigger girl, or if it'll be like the match between Hotta and Haruyama, where Hotta's doing most of it....dunno, because Hotta did job to Amazing Kong in her first year pro, and really let Kong get a lot of offense, and she sold it despite it looking really awkward...but that could be more to do with Kong's size, like how even Kandori was super-selling Esui's awkward looking offense.

Dunno, I'm just really excited....I liked her barbedwire match gear, but it still seemed too "LET'S GO SHOPPING BETCHES!" for me...I'd love for her to use Hyuga's streetfight gear.
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Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on December 09, 2008, 04:03:16 PM
Yoneyama and Sakura's matching ring gear is so swank... it reminds me of Hikari and her old leopard print gear.

This year's CLIUMAX is intersting, not as enthusiastic about it as last years's but it could be damn fun.

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 10, 2008, 01:41:24 PM
I've pieced together most of the JWP CLIMAX 2008 card from various sources.  I'm not sure if this match order is correct, plus they still need to do something with Pinkie (maybe Meiko will bring one of her girls down).  It's a very nice card.  I guess the Amano injury that is keeping out of the next OZ show is either minor or imaginary.  I smell an Amano/Chikayo feud in OZ for 2009, as I think Chikayo will win the title shot and then turn on Amano.  It's been a year since Nagashima's last turn  *bwah

Back to JWP.  Sachie Abe is coming back and is aligning herself with her partner KAZUKI in the Hotta faction.  Also, Megumi Yabushita (also from the original Jd') is with them, so maybe Yabu is gonna be heel as well. 

Devil is having her last JWP match and last singles match against Bolshoi.  Both of Devil's matches at the retirement show 2 days later are tags.

All indications is that Arisa and Hotta are going to have the JWP "Dress Up Wild Fight" (i.e. streetfight).

JWP "CLIMAX 2008" December 28, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
(order subject to change)


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs X
2. Special Tag Match: Azumi Hyuga & Carlos Amano vs Meiko Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima
3. Sachie Abe Return: Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaori Yoneyama, Sakura Emi, & Aoi Kizuki
4. Devil Masami's Last JWP Match: Devil Masami vs Command Bolshoi
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu (c) vs Keito & Misae Genki
6. Dress Up Wild Fight: Arisa Nakajima vs Yumiko Hotta
7. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Tojuki Leon
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 10, 2008, 02:53:18 PM
Not the most amazing card, but there are definitely many possibilities for gems of matches.

However, the two matches that easily make me foam at the mouth with excitement are the Special tag match and the Dress Up Wild Fight. I'm hoping the the Dress-up Wild Fight is the semi main event, as those often have chances for going longer than the actual main event. I love seeing my Arisa turning into the next Ozaki(JWP days, when she was uber bitchy and worked great streetfights, though she didn't limit herself to only trash wrestling)

Love the special tag match, since they're actually building up the Meiko/Hyuga feud in both Sendai and JWP, and actually putting one of the build up matches on basically their biggest Show of the year. I can definitely see this being where the feud comes to a head, and it's no longer civil since this is Hyuga's home promotion where she plays a full on heel. 

I Haven't really seen anything of Sachie to be honest, but KAZUKI and Yabushita can work so it should be fun. I especially love the Spazzy Spazzy Saikyo No.1 Team of Aoi, Emi, and Kaori. I wonder if this will insert Aoi into this feud somehow.

I dunno how long they'll give Leon/Haruyama. I don't see Leon winning, but I do see them giving her enough time for this to truly be her breakout match as a singles wrestler.......She better hope it turns out better than Kaori's breakout singles performance from last year's Climax  *give *gloom *livid *kori *gloom
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 12, 2008, 08:07:58 AM
According to Yoneyama's blog, this is the card. If her order is correct, I find it strange that they put Arisa vs Hotta first.  Pinkie's teaming up with Sendai's rookie against the 3S team from Ibuki.  I expect Hiroyo will pretty much destroy Pinkie & Ishino, with Ishino probably taking the fall.  Hiroyo could be the junior champ by this point if she beats Arisa at the IBUKI show on the 21st.

JWP "CLIMAX 2008" December 28, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


1. Dress Up Wild Fight: Arisa Nakajima vs Yumiko Hotta
2. Pinkie Mayuka & Yukari Ishino vs Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata
3. Devil Masami's Last JWP Match: Devil Masami vs Command Bolshoi
4. Sachie Abe Return: Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaori Yoneyama, Sakura Emi, & Aoi Kizuki
5. Special Tag Match: Azumi Hyuga & Carlos Amano vs Meiko Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima
6. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu (c) vs Keito & Misae Genki
7. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Tojuki Leon
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 12, 2008, 08:31:25 AM
Hmm, can't think why they'd put the Arisa/Hotta match first. Unless it's supposed to be really long, and they need to make sure they can adjust the other match times according to how long Arisa/Hotta goes...or maybe it was weirdly placed because Yoneyama was putting it as the main event or something...I know I'm grasping at straws here, but that's how much I've been psyched to see this match. and for it to be epic.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 15, 2008, 02:40:12 PM
Photos from the 12/7 show at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-635.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-635.html)

I like Yoneyama and Sakura Emi in their matching outfits.  They sound like a fun team.  Even though they didn't win the title shot, maybe they'll team up at CLIMAX 2008.

That bitch Hotta hung Pinkie over the top rope with her chain.  So Pinkie played her role of the cute little kid getting destroyed by the vicious old woman.  I read on Bolshoi's blog that Arisa vs Yumiko is on and it's gonna be "Dress Wild Fight" (i.e. the JWP streetfight). 

Keito seemed very happy to win a title shot.  That shot of her jumping in Misae's arms sure set off the gaydar.

The shot just before the Four Queens match is nice.  Seven title belts in the picture.  Only Kayoko has only one belt, but she has the most important one!


Oooh thanks for the link! Great pics. I'm still sad that Hyuga lost the contender race. I wonder how they played out Hyuga losing to Toujyuki LEON....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 23, 2008, 09:23:14 AM
Results from the dojo show, including the yearly Santa Battle Royale (i.e. everyone dresses up like Santa Claus).  I haven't found photos yet.

JWP December 23, 2008
JWP Dojo


1. Azumi Hyuga, Keito, & KAZUKI defeated Command Bolshoi, Pinkie Mayuka, & Toshie Uematsu (13:44) when Keito used a Jumping Kick on Mayuka.
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima vs Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Santa Battle Royale: Santa Abe defeated Santa Yoneyama (8:01) with a Small Package. Others, in order of elimination: Santa Leon, Santa KAZUKI, Santa Hyuga, Santa Keito, Santa Bolshoi, Santa Haruyama, Santa Pinkie, Santa Nakajima & Santa Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on December 23, 2008, 09:31:11 AM
Glad to see Sachie Abe is back finally. Now we can see if she can embrace her heel side the way KAZUKI has.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 23, 2008, 02:22:45 PM
I wonder if Arisa/Haruyama are becoming a permanent tag team. That'd be awesome since Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols.

Glad to see Yoneyama's booking's improving.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 24, 2008, 11:37:28 AM
I wonder if Arisa/Haruyama are becoming a permanent tag team. That'd be awesome since Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols.

Glad to see Yoneyama's booking's improving.

I didn't know Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols. I thought it would be Hyuga given her costume is always so similar to Hyuga's.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 24, 2008, 12:22:19 PM
I wonder if Arisa/Haruyama are becoming a permanent tag team. That'd be awesome since Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols.

Glad to see Yoneyama's booking's improving.

I didn't know Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols. I thought it would be Hyuga given her costume is always so similar to Hyuga's.

I think in kayfabe that Arisa's idol is whoever has the JWP belt.  Eventually I'm sure she'll be coveting it for herself.

In real life, Arisa started in A to Z in the end days of that promotion.  After A to Z died, Arisa and Sachie Abe were briefly free agents with a booking office run by Sachie, but they quickly joined JWP.  In her blog, her main buddies seem to be Yoneyama, Haruyama, and Pinkie.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 24, 2008, 12:48:50 PM
I wonder if Arisa/Haruyama are becoming a permanent tag team. That'd be awesome since Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols.

Glad to see Yoneyama's booking's improving.

I didn't know Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols. I thought it would be Hyuga given her costume is always so similar to Hyuga's.

I think in kayfabe that Arisa's idol is whoever has the JWP belt.  Eventually I'm sure she'll be coveting it for herself.

In real life, Arisa started in A to Z in the end days of that promotion.  After A to Z died, Arisa and Sachie Abe were briefly free agents with a booking office run by Sachie, but they quickly joined JWP.  In her blog, her main buddies seem to be Yoneyama, Haruyama, and Pinkie.


Ooooh interesting. When is she going to have a better finisher than the Cutie Special???
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on December 24, 2008, 12:55:00 PM
Nothing wrong with Cutie Special, especially when she use that quick snap version of it. I think does it even better than Cutie used to...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 25, 2008, 01:22:42 PM
Nothing wrong with Cutie Special, especially when she use that quick snap version of it. I think does it even better than Cutie used to...

James

I guess. I definitely agree it is much better than how Cutie did it. But it just doesn't seem credible as a finisher say, to pin some of the heavyweights in Joshi like Hyuga or Satomura. They were able to make Hiroyo Matsumoto's Back Drop Suplex seem credible enough to pin Mariko Yoshida. I just don't see that in Cutie Special, no matter how you modify it....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on December 25, 2008, 05:31:28 PM
Maybe she should create the Wrist Clutch Cutie Special. Because nothing makes a move more devastating in Japan than adding a wrsit clutch to it ;)

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 25, 2008, 10:17:39 PM
I wonder if Arisa/Haruyama are becoming a permanent tag team. That'd be awesome since Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols.

Glad to see Yoneyama's booking's improving.

I didn't know Haruyama is one of Arisa's idols. I thought it would be Hyuga given her costume is always so similar to Hyuga's.

I think in kayfabe that Arisa's idol is whoever has the JWP belt.  Eventually I'm sure she'll be coveting it for herself.

In real life, Arisa started in A to Z in the end days of that promotion.  After A to Z died, Arisa and Sachie Abe were briefly free agents with a booking office run by Sachie, but they quickly joined JWP.  In her blog, her main buddies seem to be Yoneyama, Haruyama, and Pinkie.


And in her Blog she seems to be talking up Haruyama and Bolshoi a lot. She seemed extremely ecstatic in pictures of her watching Bolshoi/Haruyama for the #1 Contendership for the JWP Openweight Title. I'm not 100% either are her idols, but from little things in her blog I'm pretty sure she does hold a load of respect for each.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: General HENkada on December 26, 2008, 03:57:01 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1t3iAYpZf8 .
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: The Grand Inquisiteur on December 26, 2008, 07:33:54 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLC2TOLrnfU

I like this one, may not be all that vocal nor skilled but what they lack in ability, they sure make-up with in looks!  *bwah
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 26, 2008, 07:58:29 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1t3iAYpZf8 .

I lovez it. Can't wait, just 2 more days.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 27, 2008, 02:10:57 AM
devil masami and bolshoi are the foremothers of the original JWP, right?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 28, 2008, 08:06:58 AM
Some photos of the first match at http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/65063922.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/65063922.html).

It looks like the streetfight was typical Hotta brawling in the crowd stuff.  Whether this match is decent or sucks will depend on Arisa's bumping, I'd guess.  The end came when Hotta choked Arisa out and forced the ref to stop the match.  It looks like Arisa didn't take her loss well and Pure Heart was brawling with the Hotta gang.  I think Hotta might have said some provocative shit, as I think Bolshoi went crazy and attacked her, and that's not her general style.  Maybe Bolshoi's still pissed about "Punt the Clown".  *pod  I don't think this feud is over.

Sachie Abe got to have a win in her first real match back (I'm not counting the Santa Claus Battle Royale at the dojo show), which is unusual.

Hyuga got the big win over Meiko.  As a Meiko fan, I hope this means that Hyuga gets to count the lights in a singles match sometime in 2009.

Bolshoi pins Devil!!! I guess Masami really is retiring.

No title changes, as expected.  Oh, and I hope Hiroyo didn't kill Pinkie with her damn backdrop.

I guess the Haruyama vs Hyuga rematch will probably be the main event at MANIA-X in April.  It'll be interesting to see if Hyuga gets her belt back or if this will cement Kayoko's role as JWP's current ace.

JWP "CLIMAX 2008" December 28, 2008
Korakuen Hall
763 Fans


1. Dress Up Wild Fight: Yumiko Hotta defeated Arisa Nakajima (14:23) by Referee Stop after a Rear Naked Choke Hold.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata defeated Pinkie Mayuka & Yukari Ishino (13:58) when Matsumoto used a Backdrop on Mayuka.
3. Devil Masami's Last JWP Match: Command Bolshoi defeated Devil Masami (8:54) with a Fire Valley Cutback.
4. Sachie Abe Return: Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kaori Yoneyama, Sakura Emi, & Aoi Kizuki (8:47) when Abe used La Magistral on Kizuki.
5. Special Tag Match: Azumi Hyuga & Carlos Amano defeated Meiko Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima (15:05) when Hyuga used a Diving Enzuigiri Knee Attack on Satomura.
6. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu (c) defeated Keito & Misae Genki (16:16) when Yu-Yu used the Fire Valley on Keito. Uematsu & Yu-Yu are successful in the 2nd defense.
7. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Tojuki Leon (21:54) with the Keene Hammer. Haruyama is successful in the 4th defense.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 28, 2008, 11:05:03 AM
The JWP year-end awards were announced at the JWP CLIMAX 2008 show.

JWP Awards 2008
MVP: Kayoko Haruyama
Best Bout: 9/23 Haruyama vs Hotta (LOL)
Outstanding Performance Award: Arisa Nakajima
Fighting Spirit Award: Tojuki Leon


I want some of what they were smoking when they named Haruyama vs Hotta the MOTY.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 28, 2008, 12:07:19 PM
The JWP year-end awards were announced at the JWP CLIMAX 2008 show.

JWP Awards 2008
MVP: Kayoko Haruyama
Best Bout: 9/23 Haruyama vs Hotta (LOL)
Outstanding Performance Award: Arisa Nakajima
Fighting Spirit Award: Tojuki Leon


I want some of what they were smoking when they named Haruyama vs Hotta the MOTY.

Trying to appease Hotta to continue the feud? Or maybe they're just crowd heat marks.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 28, 2008, 12:20:05 PM
It looks like Arisa may have bled a bit, but no gusher.

Looks like the match may have been alright, with them building up some stuff like Arisa's footstomp with her first missing it, then getting it on a chair even. Arisa looks to have gotten her fair share of offense which is always good. I still don't like her streetfight gear, and if she does take Ozaki's mantle as JWP's Queen of the Streetfights I don't wanna see her in that gear every time.

The results themself are kind of boring, and unless Hotta and Arisa both worked their asses off, and/or Leon changed her offense up a bit instead of spearing Haruyama 1000x, then Hyuga/Amano vs Nagashima/Satomura is gonna take MOTN honors.

Match times are bleh, and come to a total of 1 hour and 39 minutes and 17 seconds. So the clipping should be minimal, still wish they could be a bit longer. I really think this might be the weakest JWP Climax since 2003, but results don't determine how good matches are, so I'm gonna go in watching purely to be entertained.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 28, 2008, 02:59:01 PM
It looks like Arisa may have bled a bit, but no gusher.

Looks like the match may have been alright, with them building up some stuff like Arisa's footstomp with her first missing it, then getting it on a chair even. Arisa looks to have gotten her fair share of offense which is always good. I still don't like her streetfight gear, and if she does take Ozaki's mantle as JWP's Queen of the Streetfights I don't wanna see her in that gear every time.

The results themself are kind of boring, and unless Hotta and Arisa both worked their asses off, and/or Leon changed her offense up a bit instead of spearing Haruyama 1000x, then Hyuga/Amano vs Nagashima/Satomura is gonna take MOTN honors.

Match times are bleh, and come to a total of 1 hour and 39 minutes and 17 seconds. So the clipping should be minimal, still wish they could be a bit longer. I really think this might be the weakest JWP Climax since 2003, but results don't determine how good matches are, so I'm gonna go in watching purely to be entertained.

Wow...Can't wait to see this. Seems like Ran Yu Yu is using the Fire Valley more and more as her desperation finisher. What else did Masami not hand away yet?

I wonder if the Hyuga win over Satomura is a prep to a singles match of Satomura over Hyuga???
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 28, 2008, 06:10:27 PM

Wow...Can't wait to see this. Seems like Ran Yu Yu is using the Fire Valley more and more as her desperation finisher. What else did Masami not hand away yet?

I wonder if the Hyuga win over Satomura is a prep to a singles match of Satomura over Hyuga???

It is possibly a precursor to April's grudge match for the JWP Openweight Title, yet it depends on how much heat is going to revolve around this fued. As for Arisa, I'm hoping her beef with Hotta is just building up - wishful thinking.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 28, 2008, 06:16:32 PM

Wow...Can't wait to see this. Seems like Ran Yu Yu is using the Fire Valley more and more as her desperation finisher. What else did Masami not hand away yet?

I wonder if the Hyuga win over Satomura is a prep to a singles match of Satomura over Hyuga???

It is possibly a precursor to April's grudge match for the JWP Openweight Title, yet it depends on how much heat is going to revolve around this fued. As for Arisa, I'm hoping her beef with Hotta is just building up - wishful thinking.

I don't think they'd job out their future ace just like that. They're in the process of building her up, and I can see her getting the most out of this feud. We might get a gimmick match or something, like Last Woman Standing or even a Cage Match.....wishful thinking on the ladder parts but I don't see them ending Arisa's part in the feud just like that.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 29, 2008, 12:23:43 AM
The Hyuga/Haruyama bout wasn't named Bout of the Year? Total blasphemy!  *pod
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 29, 2008, 01:09:31 AM
The JWP year-end awards were announced at the JWP CLIMAX 2008 show.

JWP Awards 2008
MVP: Kayoko Haruyama
Best Bout: 9/23 Haruyama vs Hotta (LOL)
Outstanding Performance Award: Arisa Nakajima
Fighting Spirit Award: Tojuki Leon


I want some of what they were smoking when they named Haruyama vs Hotta the MOTY.

give me a f'n break
i don't even see myself putting it in my 2008 top ten matches and then JWP does this?
it wasn't even in the same level as that of hyuga/haruyama, i should say
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on December 29, 2008, 03:38:35 AM
I can totally see why they named Haruyama/Hotta match of the year and I don't blame them.  They are just trying to put over their current feud i think.  Its just good business sense.  Also, the Hyuga match had the injury angle as well.  That might not translate to match of the year, if you get me.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 29, 2008, 11:38:32 AM

It is possibly a precursor to April's grudge match for the JWP Openweight Title, yet it depends on how much heat is going to revolve around this fued. As for Arisa, I'm hoping her beef with Hotta is just building up - wishful thinking.

What is April's grudge match? Who against who?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 29, 2008, 11:52:51 AM

It is possibly a precursor to April's grudge match for the JWP Openweight Title, yet it depends on how much heat is going to revolve around this fued. As for Arisa, I'm hoping her beef with Hotta is just building up - wishful thinking.

What is April's grudge match? Who against who?

Nothing has been announced yet, but the logical match is Haruyama vs Hyuga.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on December 29, 2008, 12:08:51 PM

It is possibly a precursor to April's grudge match for the JWP Openweight Title, yet it depends on how much heat is going to revolve around this fued. As for Arisa, I'm hoping her beef with Hotta is just building up - wishful thinking.

What is April's grudge match? Who against who?

Nothing has been announced yet, but the logical match is Haruyama vs Hyuga.

Oh OK. I thought Unstable was referring to a grudge match announced bet. Hyuga vs. Satomura, I guess that isn't happening yet huh? I wonder if Hyuga will regain the JWP Openweight Title...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 31, 2008, 02:12:47 AM
I thought I`d mention that I thought I saw Arisa sporting an eye patch today. I`m not 100% sure if it was her though.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 31, 2008, 10:43:06 AM
It was announced that Asuka Ohki (who debuted in 2006 but was out most of 2008) has left JWP (and probably the business).
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 31, 2008, 01:39:38 PM
...And another one gone, and another one gone, another one bust the dust (sadly).
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: kudofanatic on January 08, 2009, 01:03:43 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLC2TOLrnfU

I like this one, may not be all that vocal nor skilled but what they lack in ability, they sure make-up with in looks!  *bwah

Not disagreeing about your statement, TGI...but it belongs in a "fetish-style" ring, instead of a JWP ring!! And I should know, since I'm into both "styles" *haha *bwah
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on January 11, 2009, 08:46:55 AM
JWP January 11, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
231 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Io Shirai (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Arisa Nakajima defeated Misaki Ohata (9:18) with a Diving Foot Stomp.
3. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (14:28) when Yabushita used the Jumping Reverse Cross Armbreaker on KAZUKI.
4. Three Way Match: Tojuki Leon defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Bullfight Sora (12:29) when Leon used a Jackknife Hold on Sora.
5. Azumi Hyuga, Keito, & Yumiko Hotta defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu (15:25) when Hyuga used a Keene Hammer Cutback on Haruyama.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on January 14, 2009, 07:43:44 AM
The next two JWP cards are out.  ToshieRan are defending the titles in Osaka against Keito & Hotta.  Also, they have Leon and Yone against each other and Haruyama against Hyuga in a 6 woman tag.  Oh, and Arisa's 3rd anniversary against Hyuga.

JWP January 18, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Tojuki Leon vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Arisa Nakajima 3rd Anniversary Match: Arisa Nakajima vs Azumi Hyuga
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Keito, KAZUKI, & Sachie Abe

JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE 2" January 25, 2009
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori


1. Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata
2. KAZUKI vs Ranmaru
3. Tojuki Leon vs Kaori Yoneyama
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & GAMI vs Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & Yumi Ohka
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Titles: Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu (c) vs Keito & Yumiko Hotta
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 14, 2009, 07:46:17 AM
*starts crying out of knowledge that it will be a long long long time before I get to see Arisa/Hyuga, since all funds will have to go towards training* *wail *gloom
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on January 15, 2009, 12:12:07 PM
JWP January 11, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
231 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Io Shirai (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Arisa Nakajima defeated Misaki Ohata (9:18) with a Diving Foot Stomp.
3. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (14:28) when Yabushita used the Jumping Reverse Cross Armbreaker on KAZUKI.
4. Three Way Match: Tojuki Leon defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Bullfight Sora (12:29) when Leon used a Jackknife Hold on Sora.
5. Azumi Hyuga, Keito, & Yumiko Hotta defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu (15:25) when Hyuga used a Keene Hammer Cutback on Haruyama.

What is a Keene Hammer Cutback? I thought she used some kind of pin...?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on January 15, 2009, 02:40:56 PM
JWP January 11, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
231 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Io Shirai (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Arisa Nakajima defeated Misaki Ohata (9:18) with a Diving Foot Stomp.
3. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (14:28) when Yabushita used the Jumping Reverse Cross Armbreaker on KAZUKI.
4. Three Way Match: Tojuki Leon defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Bullfight Sora (12:29) when Leon used a Jackknife Hold on Sora.
5. Azumi Hyuga, Keito, & Yumiko Hotta defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu (15:25) when Hyuga used a Keene Hammer Cutback on Haruyama.

What is a Keene Hammer Cutback? I thought she used some kind of pin...?

That would just mean that Hyuga countered Haruyama's attempt at the Keene Hammer and pinned her, assuming my translation is right.  Purolove.com has the finisher as a Horizontal Cradle, which is presumably what Hyuga used to get the pin after fighting off Haruyama's attempt at her finisher.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on January 18, 2009, 07:24:50 AM
JWP had a dojo show with the usual silliness (food-related, as is often the case).  Also, the anniversary of Arisa Nakajima's 3rd Anniversary was celebrated; well, sort of.  There is a strong possibility I am not totally comprehending the stipulations of the 2nd and 3rd matches.  From what I gathered, in the Arisa match, at a certain time both of them had to compete in speed-eating, Arisa eating donuts and Hyuga eating raisins, and apparently Arisa had to "tap out".  In the 3rd match, a wrestler had to eat rice balls to return to the ring if they got knocked to the outside.

JWP January 18, 2009
JWP Dojo
96 Fans


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:11) with the Mad Splash.
2. Arisa Nakajima 3rd Anniversary Match: Azumi Hyuga defeated Arisa Nakajima (15:28) after "donut overeating". 
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (12:33) when Yoneyama used a Modified La Magistral on Abe.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 22, 2009, 12:57:15 PM
I want to see that Mayuka v. Io match to get an idea of how Pinky is coming along. I already think Io is one of the most fun people to watch so if she and Pinky can put together a fun match I'll be most pleased.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on January 24, 2009, 07:03:05 PM
JWP January 18, 2009
JWP Dojo
96 Fans


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:11) with the Mad Splash.
2. Arisa Nakajima 3rd Anniversary Match: Azumi Hyuga defeated Arisa Nakajima (15:28) after "donut overeating". 
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (12:33) when Yoneyama used a Modified La Magistral on Abe.

i still don't know what La Magistral is
and donut overeating? how many donuts do you have to eat for it to be labeled "overeating"?
(embarassing as it is, i can eat 5 donuts in one sitting)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 24, 2009, 07:35:19 PM
La Magistral is basically an Oklahoma Roll
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on January 25, 2009, 02:52:35 PM
Some notable results from JWP's show in Osaka.  First, Pinkie Mayuka scored the biggest pinfall of her career by pinning the current junior champion Hiroyo Matsumoto in a tag match.  Hiroyo is defending this title in her Ibuki home next weekend against Sendai Sachiko and Pinkie made it known that she intends to bring the JWP Jr. and POP belts back to JWP.

The tag titles switched hands, as Keito & Yumiko Hotta became champions.  Keito used her Modified Shubain to pin Toshie Uematsu, ending ToshieRan's 3rd JWP title reign (and Ran's 5th overall including other partners).  It appears Leon & Yoneyama are history as a team and that Tojuki and Arisa are forming a tag team that wants to go after the belts.

JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE!! 2" January 25, 2009
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
232 Fans


1. Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (11:10) when Mayuka used a Face Kick on Matsumoto.
2. KAZUKI defeated Ranmaru (7:43) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.
3. Tojuki Leon defeated Kaori Yoneyama (16:54) with the Captured Buster.
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & GAMI defeated Azumi Hyuga, Sachie Abe, & Yumi Ohka (17:36) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Abe.
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Titles: Keito & Yumiko Hotta defeated Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu (18:16) when Keito used a Modified Shubain on Uematsu.  Yu-Yu & Uematsu fail in the 2nd defense and Keito & Hotta become the 30th JWP champions and 3rd Daily Sports Champions.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on January 25, 2009, 03:56:54 PM
I hope Mayuka fails miserably when she tries to retrieve the belts.

Interesting to see Yoneyama and Leon end their partnership. Leon and Arisa could be interesting.

Happy to see Keito and Hotta win the belts as its gives their stable some power.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 25, 2009, 06:16:18 PM
I'm not a very big fan of Tojuki Leon, but if it means Arisa getting a title push I'm all for it. I could easily see it happening, since it would be the ultimate revenge to pin Hotta and get the belts.

Weird, this is the second time Hiroyo gets pinned by someone with less experience right before a JWP Junior/Pop title match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 26, 2009, 07:57:16 AM
Great so Kaori gets pushed further down the rposter now having lost to her own tag partner and from what I read the team is now kaput (damn gotta change my avatar). So 2009 looks like another craptacular year for Kaori Yoneyama. I'm beginning to think Bolshoi has some personal beef with me... er... I mean Kaori..

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on January 30, 2009, 08:43:36 AM
Some stuff going on with JWP's next show, as they seem to be starting to set up the April MANIA-X show.  Lots of people are disappointed that the Yone-Leon team has broken up.  Kaori is in the opener, teaming with one of her young pals from Ice Ribbon.  I predict Aoi Kizuki, who is at the Cinema Club that day anyway for the NEO show.  She'd be the most credible choice, as well.  Now that I've said that, watch it be Makoto.

There MIGHT be a JWP Junior/POP defense.  Hiroyo Matsumoto is defending these titles for the 1st time at the Ibuki show on 2/1 against Sendai Sachiko.  If she is successful, then her match with Pinkie is another defense.  I found out that Pinkie only pinned Hiroyo after Arisa's kick to the face, so I expect Hiroyo to rack up two quick title defenses.

The next step in the Hotta Gundam story is a 6 woman tag, with Bolshoi, Haruyama, & Ran Yu-Yu against Keito, Yumiko Hotta, and a mystery opponent, who might be the next member of Hotta's gang.

The main event is a #1 Contender's match for the tag titles, as the new Nakajima/Leon team take on the Hotta-tainted version of THE WANTED?.  It's hard to imagine Hotta's flunkies (KAZUKI & Sachie Abe) getting the first title shot, so I go with Nakajima/Leon getting the shot at MANIA-X.


JWP "BATTLEFIELD" February 8, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Kaori Yoneyama & Ice Ribbon (to be named later) vs Toshie Uematsu & Misaki Ohata
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Pinkie Mayuka (if Hiroyo is successful in her February 1st defense vs Sendai Sachiko, this will be for the JWP Junior/POP Championships)
3. Azumi Hyuga vs Megumi Yabushita
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Ran Yu-Yu vs Keito, Yumiko Hotta, & X
5. JWP Tag Team #1 Contenders Match: Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs Tojuki Leon & Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 31, 2009, 04:23:53 PM
I predict the same. As I said before, I see Arisa pinning Hotta as the ultimate revenge. I wonder though how Arisa and Leon mesh as a tag team. I'm just hoping Leon tones down the spears or something.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 31, 2009, 08:31:25 PM
Ooooo I really want to see that Yabushita/Hyuga match. I think Azumi is the right opponenet to bring out the best in Yabushita. Hell I think that if they booked Yabushita in Azumi's old role (i.e. start giving her a singles push and challenge Kayoko) then we get a great title match between Hyuga and Yabu later on.

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 03, 2009, 08:08:28 AM
Updated card for 2/8.  Hamuko Hoshi is the Ice Ribbon wrestler teaming with Yoneyama.  Also, Pinkie vs Hiroyo is for the junior titles after Hiroyo's successful defense over Sendai Sachiko at the Ibuki show.

The 6 woman tag in the semi-main event is called "Ideology Battle" and the identity of Hotta's new crony will be revealed at the show.  My gut says it will be Takako Inoue but I'd like something more unpredictable.

JWP "BATTLEFIELD" February 8, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Kaori Yoneyama & Hamuko Hoshi vs Toshie Uematsu & Misaki Ohata
2. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Hiroyo Matsumoto (c) vs Pinkie Mayuka
3. Azumi Hyuga vs Megumi Yabushita
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Ran Yu-Yu vs Keito, Yumiko Hotta, & X
5. JWP Tag Team #1 Contenders Match: Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs Tojuki Leon & Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 06, 2009, 04:06:29 PM
JWP is running their 70th dojo show on 2/15.  In celebration, all matches have 70 minute time limits and the main event is a 70 minute costume changing battle royale, in which when a wrestler is eliminated they can go to the back and re-enter with a different costume/gimmick.  I'd expect a lot of the weird gimmicks from JWP's past to get used.

JWP "70th DOJO SHOW SPECIAL" February 15, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. 70 Minute Time Limit: Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI vs Tojuki Leon, Arisa Nakajima, & Pinkie Mayuka
2. 70 Minute Time Limit: Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi vs Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama
3. 70 Minute Costume Changing Battle Royal: Jaguar Yokota, Electric Wave Mask Woman, Sarubobo, Kumabobo, Tiger Honey, Tigers Mask Lady, others
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 06, 2009, 10:11:40 PM
Match 2 looks like tv or tape quality.....well I guess technically not unless they fulfill my theory of Yoneyama turning heel after being left by her tag partner and knowing she'll fade into obscurity so she gets pissed and joins Hotta Gundan.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 07, 2009, 11:54:09 AM
Match 2 looks like tv or tape quality.....well I guess technically not unless they fulfill my theory of Yoneyama turning heel after being left by her tag partner and knowing she'll fade into obscurity so she gets pissed and joins Hotta Gundan.

It's just a dojo show, so I don't think you should read much of anything into Hyuga & Yoneyama teaming up.  I think I would hate Yone going heel.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on February 07, 2009, 07:37:14 PM
Great so Kaori gets pushed further down the rposter now having lost to her own tag partner and from what I read the team is now kaput (damn gotta change my avatar). So 2009 looks like another craptacular year for Kaori Yoneyama. I'm beginning to think Bolshoi has some personal beef with me... er... I mean Kaori..

James

so the partnership was dissolved and kaori ... wait a minute, mayuka got a pin on hiroyo when kaori is demoted even further?

 *livid
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on February 08, 2009, 07:30:10 AM
A decent crowd and some interesting results from the Cinema Club.  Match #1 should simultaneously bring joy and anguish to ELPS, as Ohata scores a rare pinfall, but this meant that Yoneyama's team lost.  It was Hamuko Hoshi from Ice Ribbon, not Yone, taking the loss.

Hiroyo defended the junior titles over Pinkie; I don't think this is much of a surprise.  I expect Hiroyo to get in a few more defenses before dropping the title outside of JWP, as she's already getting a good push outside of the junior ranks.  I could see Pinkie eventually winning this title late this year or early next year as she progresses; remember, she's still very young, as she just turned 17.

The interesting twist was that Yumiko's new crony for the Hotta Gundam is Kyoko Kimura.  Kimura debuted with JWP back in 2003 but was pretty lousy.  She left JWP in late 2004 or early 2005 and supposedly had been told by Bolshoi that pro-wrestling just wasn't for her.  Kimura then worked with Mariko Yoshida, improved a lot, and has had a good career as a free-lancer the past few years.  I believe this is the first time she's worked JWP since leaving 4-ish years ago.  Kimura makes perfect sense for the anti-JWP faction, as she works heel anyway and has a kayfabe (and maybe real life) reason to hate Command Bolshoi & JWP.  As far as the finish, the best I could figure out was that feet and the rope were involved.  I think Kimura scored a dirty pin over Bolshoi by putting her feet on the ropes, but it could have been Bolshoi getting her foot on the rope to break the count, but went unnoticed.

ELPS should be happy about the main event, as Leon/Arisa win the tag title shot.  I expected this, as it would have been dumb to have Hotta/Keito vs Abe/KAZUKI.  Arisa gets the big win, pinning Sachie Abe.  Although they are foes in storyline, Abe was the one who brought Nakajima with her to JWP after AtoZ closed down.

JWP "BATTLEFIELD" February 8, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
240 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu & Misaki Ohata defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Hamuko Hoshi (17:44) when Ohata used a Diving Body Press on Hoshi.
2. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Hiroyo Matsumoto (c) defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:08) with a Backdrop.  Matsumoto is successful in the 2nd defense.
3. Azumi Hyuga defeated Megumi Yabushita (10:48) with the Michinoku Driver II.
4. Keito, Yumiko Hotta, & Kyoko Kimura defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Ran Yu-Yu (10:07) when Kimura pinned Bolshoi with (?) the aid of her feet on the ropes.
5. JWP Tag Team #1 Contenders Match: Tojuki Leon & Arisa Nakajima defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (17:32) when Nakajima used a German Suplex Hold on Abe.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on February 08, 2009, 08:14:38 AM
Nice to see Kimura here. I wonder if there is an ultimate plan in the works with her or if she is just another body for filler.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 08, 2009, 02:08:58 PM
Thanks for shoutouts hehe.

Yeah, I expect Arisa to get the ultimate revenge on Hotta in April by winning the titles. And by Arisa being the one to get the pin, she's officially shaken of the shackles of being a junior. I hope she works with NEO some so we can see her more than 3 times a year.

At least Yoneyama didn't get pinned, though her being a curtain jerker, whether or not she won the match 'causes much anguish. At least Ohata got the win.

Does anyone else think JWP Climax isn't going to make TV? *gloom


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: M.H.C. ~ Ambassador to the Grand Bichy of Homewreckia on February 08, 2009, 06:54:24 PM
All this time, I though that using the ropes was illegal in japan...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 08, 2009, 07:45:31 PM
All this time, I though that using the ropes was illegal in japan...

It's legal if the ref doesn't see it. ;)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: M.H.C. ~ Ambassador to the Grand Bichy of Homewreckia on February 08, 2009, 08:46:35 PM
oh yeah what the hell am I saying? There are no rulz *bwah i always wondered about the no dq that tends to be commonplace...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on February 10, 2009, 12:24:37 AM
if kimura joins hotta, are we seeing a merger between hotta gundam and revolution amandola (with the latter as the absorbed stable)?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on February 10, 2009, 12:35:24 AM


It's just a dojo show, so I don't think you should read much of anything into Hyuga & Yoneyama teaming up.  I think I would hate Yone going heel.

then who do you want to turn heel?
us who've been pissed all along?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 12, 2009, 09:43:27 AM
A partial card for JWP's show in Kawasaki.  The highlight is the tag titles match.  NEO is running the same venue that day and have their tag belts up for grabs as well.  I'm not sure why they have the two members of THE WANTED? against each other.

JWP "BATTLEFIELD" February 21, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol


1. Sachie Abe vs KAZUKI
2. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita vs Azumi Hyuga, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Yumiko Hotta & Keito (c) vs Tojuki Leon & Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 12, 2009, 06:10:20 PM
wait a tic, so they're not saving the tag match for tv?

I don't see ARISEON(U C WUT I DID THAR...especially considering Leon worked for ARSION and Arisa worked for the company it transformed into AtoZ) winning then...yet, maybe 2/3 falls rematch at Mania x.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on February 15, 2009, 08:45:47 AM
JWP "70th DOJO SHOW SPECIAL" February 15, 2009
JWP Dojo
150 Fans


1. Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI defeated Tojuki Leon, Arisa Nakajima, & Pinkie Mayuka (17:40) when KAZUKI used a Jaguar-style Backdrop Hold on Mayuka.
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama (11:28) when Bolshoi submersed Yoneyama in water.
3. Costume Changing Battle Royal: Fake Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kayoko Haruyama) defeated Mini-Skirt Police (KAZUKI) & Ring Post (Kaori Yoneyama) (29:26) with a Reverse Mat Hold.  Others, in order of elimination: KAZUKI, Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, Azumi Hyuga, Keito, Pinkie Mayuka, Arisa Nakajima, Sachie Abe, Sarubobo, Jaguar Yokota, Tessie Sugo, Command Bolshoi, Electric Wave Mask Woman, Judo Player (KAZUKI), Referee (Kumabobo), Schoolgirl (Pinkie Mayuka), Medium (Command Bolshoi), Fake Azumi Hyuga (Tojuki Leon), Fake Tojuki Leon (Azumi Hyuga).

I did my best working out the battle royale.  It's comedy with people changing outfits, so something in translation and/or the original write-up in Japanese could easily be off.  I bet Yoneyama made a cute ring post!  How is Pinkie as a schoolgirl a change of costume?  Jaguar probably had that serious "what in the hell is wrong with you people" expression on her face.

I thought Tigers Mask Lady and Tiger Honey were supposed to appear, but didn't seem too  *bwah 

I'll try to find some pictures and we can see for ourselves.  I can think of members of the JWP roster (A.N.) that I'd rather see in a mini-skirt than KAZUKI.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on February 16, 2009, 05:23:31 AM
Bump for corrections in the costume-changing battle royale.  The first report missed some of the contestants.

JWP "70th DOJO SHOW SPECIAL" February 15, 2009
JWP Dojo
150 Fans


1. Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI defeated Tojuki Leon, Arisa Nakajima, & Pinkie Mayuka (17:40) when KAZUKI used a Jaguar-style Backdrop Hold on Mayuka.
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama (11:28) when Bolshoi submersed Yoneyama in water.
3. Costume Changing Battle Royal: Fake Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kayoko Haruyama) defeated Mini-Skirt Police (KAZUKI) & Ring Post (Kaori Yoneyama) (29:26) with a Reverse Mat Hold. 

Others, in order of elimination: KAZUKI, Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon, Azumi Hyuga, Keito, Pinkie Mayuka, Arisa Nakajima, Sachie Abe, Sarubobo, Jaguar Yokota, Kayoko Haruyama, Tigers Mask Lady & Tiger Honey, Kumabobo, Fake Jaguar Yokota (Sachie Abe), Tessie Sugo, Command Bolshoi, Electric Wave Mask Woman, Judo Player (KAZUKI), Referee (Kumabobo), Pink Nurse (Jaguar Yokota), Hawaiian Bolshoi, ECO, High School Girl (Sachie Abe), Junior High School Girl (Pinkie Mayuka) & Medium (Command Bolshoi), Fake Azumi Hyuga (Tojuki Leon), Fake Tojuki Leon (Azumi Hyuga).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on February 21, 2009, 08:23:49 AM
The main results of note are Hyuga getting a fall on Haruyama & Hotta/Keito retaining the tag belts over Leon/Nakajima.  It's pretty clear that they are building to a Haruyama/Hyuga rematch for the singles title at MANIA-X in April.  I actually don't have a problem with Arisa taking the loss here.  This isn't a big enough show to have her get that big career-defining win, so she gets to chase Hotta & Friends some more.

JWP "BATTLEFIELD" February 21, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol


1. Sakura Emi defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:26) with the Caballo.
2. KAZUKI defeated Sachie Abe (1:48) with the Mountain Fall(?).
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Saki Maemura defeated Yumi Ohka & Ayako Sato (14:55) when Yoneyama used the Diving Senton on Sato.
4. Azumi Hyuga, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita (19:05) when Hyuga used the Running Knee Attack on Haruyama.
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Yumiko Hotta & Keito (c) defeated Tojuki Leon & Arisa Nakajima (17:39) when Keito used the Modified Shubain on Nakajima.  Hotta & Keito are successful in the 1st defense.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 21, 2009, 11:18:22 AM
Same. I'm hoping for 2/3 falls at Mania-x where Arisa gets the win. or maybe even a streetfight. This actually looks like a really great event, that I'd like to see some day.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 23, 2009, 12:13:58 PM
The card for their next dojo show.  The highlight for pervs is a "Uniform Match" between Sachie Abe & Pinkie Mayuka  *Oni*

More importantly, Kayoko vs Azumi for the title is on for MANIA-X on April 12th.  Plus Tsubasa Kuragaki is returning from injury on 3/8.

JWP March 1, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Uniform Match: Sachie Abe vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Azumi Hyuga & Arisa Nakajima vs Keito & KAZUKI
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Pinkie Mayuka
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on February 25, 2009, 02:08:11 PM
I thought Hyuga joined the Hotta clique so why is she going against Kei'to and KAZUKI?????  *crazy
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on February 26, 2009, 05:09:54 AM
Sachie.. .back again, will disappear for 7 months.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on February 27, 2009, 07:00:17 AM
The card for the March 8th show.  Notable is Kuragaki's return from the broken leg suffered last fall, another Kayoko-Azumi showdown in a tag building to the championship match at MANIA-X, and a new 4 team tournament for the #1 Contender's position for Keito & Hotta's titles. The teams (matchups to be decided by random draw; final on March 27) are: Commando Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita, Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu, Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi, and Yumi Ohka & unnamed WAVE wrestler.  I'll guess Shu Shibutani will be Ohka's parnter, or maybe GAMI herself.  I can't imagine Moeka or the rookie would get this. I predict Bolshoi & Yabushita to win, then lose to Hotta & Keito at MANIA-X.  Hotta will teach Keito how to "PUNT THE CLOWN".  *pod

JWP March 8, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010


1. Kuragaki Return Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Pinkie Mayuka vs Sachie Abe & KAZUKI
2. Keito vs Chihiro Oikawa
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima vs Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team #1 Contender Tournament Semifinal: X vs X
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team #1 Contender Tournament Semifinal: X vs X
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 27, 2009, 03:03:57 PM
Damn, then I wonder what Arisa's gonna be doing at Mania-x.

I'm hoping for YoneyEmi to win. Besides I'd think Bolshoi would have a singles match against Hotta at Mania-x in some type of streetfight or something.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 01, 2009, 03:18:21 PM
JWP/Kayoko Haruyama Produce March 1, 2009
JWP Dojo
97 Fans


1. Uniform Match: Sachie Abe defeated Pinkie Mayuka (3:55) with the La Magistral.
2. Azumi Hyuga & Arisa Nakajima vs Keito & KAZUKI (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Pinkie Mayuka (17:46) when Haruyama used a Lariat on Mayuka.

They had a "graduation ceremony" after Sachie beat Pinkie in the schoolgirls' uniform match.

In the main event, everyone on Kayoko's team wore one of her orange and black outfits, while Kaori's team wore Yone-hantas stuff.  If you fell out of the ring, you had to eat an orange.  Haha, I get it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 08, 2009, 07:37:33 AM
JWP March 8, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010
180 Fans


1. Kuragaki Return Match:  Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Pinkie Mayuka (13:04) when KAZUKI used the Manhattan Drop on Mayuka.
2. Keito defeated Chihiro Oikawa (8:00) with a Shining Wizard.
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Arisa Nakajima defeated Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon (16:24) when Haruyama used a Lariat on Hyuga.
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team #1 Contender Tournament Semifinal: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated GAMI & Yumi Ohka (19:48) when Bolshoi used a Bolshoi-Style Wakigatame on GAMI.
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team #1 Contender Tournament Semifinal: Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Sakura Emi (14:43) when Yu-Yu used the European Clutch on Yoneyama.

So Haruyama got revenge for a pin Azumi had scored in a tag match a few weeks ago, as they are meeting for the title on MANIA-X on the 12th.  I still think the Bolshoi/Yabushita team is winning this tournament and will get to challenge Yumiko Hotta & Keito at that same show.  I know this board will freak when they see that Yoneyama counted the lights.  At least GAMI did the job herself rather than having Ohka do it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on March 08, 2009, 07:43:07 AM
Quote
I know this board will freak when they see that Yoneyama counted the lights.
I thought it was just ELPS who is bothered by Yoneyama's losses.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 08, 2009, 11:36:26 AM
Quote
I know this board will freak when they see that Yoneyama counted the lights.
I thought it was just ELPS who is bothered by Yoneyama's losses.

and JH :p

I really like the Yoneyama/Sakura team, so it's sad they aren't getting booked better.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 08, 2009, 08:00:31 PM
What? Yoneyama not getting booked well in JWP?

I am shocked and outraged by this turn of events.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on March 09, 2009, 04:05:18 AM


and JH :p

I really like the Yoneyama/Sakura team, so it's sad they aren't getting booked better.

i'm livid too
 *livid
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 12, 2009, 07:00:03 PM
JWP March 20, 2009
Osaka World Hall


1. Sachie Abe vs Ranmaru
2. Keito & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon
3. Toshie Uematsu vs Megumi Yabushita
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Azumi Hyuga, Ran Yu-Yu, & Yumi Ohka

Ranmaru seems to only pop up on shows in Osaka.  Does she live there?  Some build to the #1 Tag Contenders match with Toshie vs Yabushita, and yet another tag with Kayoko vs Azumi. 

JWP March 29, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team #1 Contender Final: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita vs Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu

JWP "MANIA-X" April 12, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Yumiko Hotta & Keito (c) vs X
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Azumi Hyuga
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 12, 2009, 11:49:34 PM
Hmm, Arisa's absent from the 3/20 show. Any particular reason?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 13, 2009, 04:11:14 AM
Hmm, Arisa's absent from the 3/20 show. Any particular reason?

Sorry, I missed the opening match.

Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 13, 2009, 09:42:46 AM
Hmm, Arisa's absent from the 3/20 show. Any particular reason?

Sorry, I missed the opening match.

Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi.

Sounds like a fun match. Seems like they're still treating Arisa as a junior though. Oh well, Hanako's been growing on me as of late, Ayako's solid and provides lots of Spaz, and Pinky's really awesome for her age and experience level.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 20, 2009, 11:51:48 AM
JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE!!" March 20, 2009
Osaka World Hall
148 Fans


1. Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka (14:47) when Kobayashi used a Fisherman's Suplex on Mayuka.
2. Ranmaru defeated Sachie Abe (6:24) with a Small Package.
3. Toshie Uematsu defeated Megumi Yabushita (11:33) with the Solarina.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon defeated Keito & KAZUKI (15:41) when Leon used the Captured Buster on KAZUKI.
5. Azumi Hyuga, Ran Yu-Yu, & Yumi Ohka defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama (19:09) when Hyuga used the Michinoku Driver II on Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 20, 2009, 01:26:56 PM
Interesting to not every match but the 4th was won by outsiders(since 4 was the only one without outsiders).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 20, 2009, 11:53:32 PM
JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE!!" March 20, 2009
Osaka World Hall
148 Fans


5. Azumi Hyuga, Ran Yu-Yu, & Yumi Ohka defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama (19:09) when Hyuga used the Michinoku Driver II on Yoneyama.

Go ahead, take a geuss as to what part of that result annoys me the most?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 21, 2009, 12:02:13 AM
JWP "OSAKA PURE FIRE!!" March 20, 2009
Osaka World Hall
148 Fans


5. Azumi Hyuga, Ran Yu-Yu, & Yumi Ohka defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama (19:09) when Hyuga used the Michinoku Driver II on Yoneyama.

Go ahead, take a geuss as to what part of that result annoys me the most?

James

To be fair, Haruyama's champ, and Bolshoi's the vet, so even if she was booked well, Kaori'd still job here.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 24, 2009, 05:24:18 AM
JWP "THE KORAKEUN IS IMPENDING" March 29, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Pinkie Mayuka vs Tomoka Nakagawa
2. Sachie Abe vs Sasori
3. Yumiko Hotta, Keito, & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Arisa Nakajima, & X
4. Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon vs Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama
5. JWP #1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament Final: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita vs Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 24, 2009, 05:36:56 AM
Hmmmm, wonder who the third member of KurArisa will be.........

Also with Yoneyama being on Hyuga's team, her departure from teaming with Leon makes me wonder if she's going heel or not.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 24, 2009, 05:48:23 AM
Hmmmm, wonder who the third member of KurArisa will be.........

Also with Yoneyama being on Hyuga's team, her departure from teaming with Leon makes me wonder if she's going heel or not.

I wouldn't read anything into Kaori being on Azumi's team other than the fact that this probably means Haruyama is winning this match.  They really haven't done anything with Hyuga being with Hotta's faction in months and I thing Hyuga only did that in the first place because her goal is to beat Kayoko and get her title back.  That's all she cares about.

I'll guess Yumi Ohka as the third member, as she's worked some JWP recently.  I also think Bolshoi & Yabushita are going to win the title shot, but will lose to Hotta & Keito.  I'm really interested to see what happens with Kayoko vs Azumi.  On paper, it is a MOTYC and I think the result will tell us who is considered JWP's ace.  If Hyuga wins the title back, then we are back to business as usual in JWP.  If Kayoko wins, then it will solidify her position as JWP's new #1 and among the elite in joshi today.

The problem if Kayoko wins is that there really isn't anybody left in JWP to win the title from her except maybe Kuragaki.  They'd either have to have her lose to Kuragaki, lose the title to an outsider (I'd suggest Meiko, similar to when Toyota won the title from Kuragaki in 06 and transitioned it to Hyuga), or have a very long reign like Tamura did in NEO a few years ago and eventually drop it to Arisa once she's ready.  I'd like to see Arisa carry the tag titles first; maybe have her finally beat Hotta sometime this summer or fall.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 24, 2009, 06:01:29 AM
Well Hyuga had it for about a Year and 8 months, so she could have something similar.

I'd love to see Nanae vs Haruyama. They have quite a few similarities in their styles, being bigger girls, though not quite Kong size, and able to move around like a cruiserweight. Plus their lariats and great transitional moves and stuff. I could see Nanae win the title at Climax and either Arisa, Hyuga, or Haruyama win the title at Mania-X '10.

As far as immediate people to challenge, there's always Kuragaki, Bolshoi, Yabushita, and Yoneyama. I'd actually like to see Emi Sakura get a shot....they'd have to slowly build her up to looking like a serious threat instead of it being like NEO Climb Over in that we all know Yuki has it in her and is a great wrestler, but after ten years of hit or miss comedy, no one actually expects her to win.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on March 25, 2009, 04:53:10 AM
i agree that while it's great to see hyuga turn heel and go with the hotta gundam, the bookers hadn't capitalized on the heat it generated much like they still stunt yoneyama's career growth
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 25, 2009, 08:53:00 PM
What if the mystery partner for the 6 man tag is something really unexpected from JWP?

What if to counter Hotta, Bolshoi brought back one of the faithful to stregthen the home team up and eventually give us a Dream Slam rematch...

Oh yes, I'm hoping it will be Dynamite Kansai coming home to lend support to the home team and then eventually destroy Hotta!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 26, 2009, 04:55:48 PM
What if the mystery partner for the 6 man tag is something really unexpected from JWP?

What if to counter Hotta, Bolshoi brought back one of the faithful to stregthen the home team up and eventually give us a Dream Slam rematch...

Oh yes, I'm hoping it will be Dynamite Kansai coming home to lend support to the home team and then eventually destroy Hotta!

James

Very interesting.  The actual mystery partner ends up being Ayako Sato.  I guess they don't want Arisa to take the fall.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on March 27, 2009, 06:02:28 PM
so the proverbial jobber takes the fall? i don't know if it's a good thing but sacrifices had to be made in order to protect arisa from further jobbing on her way to being groomed as JWP's next ace
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 29, 2009, 07:13:42 AM
The main event was best 2 of 3 falls, with Megumi & Toshie trading falls before Bolshoi pinned Ran to win the title shot.  It was announced that Bolshoi & Yabushita will challenge Hotta & Keito at MANIA-X on April 12th.  Also, Yoneyama jobbed to Leon, rather than Kayoko.


JWP "THE KORAKEUN IS IMPENDING" March 29, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
165 Fans


1. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Pinkie Mayuka (7:19) with an Australian Strong Arm.
2. Sachie Abe defeated Sasori (9:53) with La Magistral.
3. Yumiko Hotta, Keito, & KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Arisa Nakajima, & Ayako Sato (21:39) when Hotta used a Pyramid Driver on Sato.
4. Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama (21:14) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Yoneyama.
5. JWP #1 Contenders Tag Team Tournament Final, Best 2 of 3 Falls: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu (22:02) by 2 falls to 1. Uematsu defeated Yabushita (9:48) with an Dragon Suplex Hold.  Yabushita defeated Uematsu (4:37) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker. Bolshoi defeated Yu-Yu (7:37) with the Limelight.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on March 29, 2009, 08:03:18 AM
Haruyama is losing to Hyuga.

Bolshoi & Yabushita will take the tag belts.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 29, 2009, 08:46:03 AM
Haruyama is losing to Hyuga.

Bolshoi & Yabushita will take the tag belts.

You are probably right on the singles belt, although it would be interesting to see Kayoko have a really long substantial reign. Even if she loses, she's had a year and 4 good defenses.

I disagree on the tag belts.  I think Hotta/Keito retain and keep the JWP girls chasing.  I could see Arisa plus insert name of veteran here being the ones to finally get the tag belts back, probably at the August Korakuen show.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on March 29, 2009, 04:33:37 PM
I think Hyuga is not winning the tag belts back. I think Haruyama retains to set-up the Hotta rematch with Hyuga playing a roll in that. If they keep shuffling the title back to Hyuga then what the hell is the point?

I'd like to see Arisa team with Kaori so they can win the taqg belts but I know that will never happen because it measn Yoneyama would actually win a match in JWP.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on March 30, 2009, 05:49:16 AM
Haruyama is losing to Hyuga.

Bolshoi & Yabushita will take the tag belts.

You are probably right on the singles belt, although it would be interesting to see Kayoko have a really long substantial reign. Even if she loses, she's had a year and 4 good defenses.

I disagree on the tag belts.  I think Hotta/Keito retain and keep the JWP girls chasing.  I could see Arisa plus insert name of veteran here being the ones to finally get the tag belts back, probably at the August Korakuen show.

IMO, Haruyama will retain as well as the tag champs BUT...I do agree on the Arisa part but i think
the person will be a non-JWP wrestler...possible freelance.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on March 30, 2009, 06:35:28 AM
Here is most of the card for MANIA-X.  I'm sure some won't be happy with Arisa curtain-jerking with Pinkie, but having Kimura making her second appearance in JWP and bringing a partner from R.A. with her could be interesting.  I wonder if Kimura is going to join the Hotta gang or start her own invasion-remember she started her career with JWP but left on not the best of terms.

Kaori's going to be part of Saki's retirement road.  The third match is billed as a lucha-style JWP vs Ito Dojo match.  Expect the half-Mexican to win this one. 

Of course, the two title matches that we expected.  I think we'll see something like KAZUKI/Sachie Abe vs Toshie/Ran thrown on the card to give them something to do.

JWP "MANIA-X" April 12, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa
2. Kaori Yoneyama vs Saki Maemura
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon vs Ayako Hamada & Ayako Sato
4. JWP Tag Team Championship: Yumiko Hotta & Keito (c) vs Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Azumi Hyuga
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on March 30, 2009, 08:34:01 AM
I say Kimura bloodies up Nakajima.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 30, 2009, 02:01:20 PM
Seems like they're trying to build up the crowd's sympathy for Arisa, before they hot shot her to any type of title push. Like have all the big heels make her bleed or something. I'm actually liking this card a lot. I expect Arisa and Kyoko Kimura to have a bitch fit with each other and start smacking each other's teeth out. I hope Emoto's seconding them. Pinky probably has a better chance of bleeding, possibly to recreate the Tamukuri/RA match. I hope they give it at least 15 minutes and air all of it.
Yoneyama vs Maemura sounds like a sleeper gem of a match. Maemura can sometimes be hit or miss in matches, but I can see her and Yoneyama making sure it's a homerun.
Match 3 looks good. Like all the girls in it, but Sato, but she's a passable worker, so it should be good.
JWP Tag match looks good. Hotta usually can push herself to a passable match with a title on the line, and Keito's good, and we know BolShita(hehe) can work their asses off. Plus they had a match before so they're familiar with each other.
And there's no way the Title match is going to be bad. I can't wait to see how the play off the new dynamic with Hyuga semi-heel, and Haruyama not the upstart trying to make a name for herself at Hyuga's expense.

Hope this doesn't take long to air.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: M.H.C. ~ Ambassador to the Grand Bichy of Homewreckia on March 31, 2009, 11:28:48 AM
Pardon the diversion but like the original JWP split into the JWP (Project) and LLPW. And several of the LLPW mainstays were JWP originals. So was there an internal beef or something?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 01, 2009, 04:06:00 AM
Pardon the diversion but like the original JWP split into the JWP (Project) and LLPW. And several of the LLPW mainstays were JWP originals. So was there an internal beef or something?

it all started in a match (or so the urban legend goes but i'll share what i read in some newsletter whose links i lost somewhere) between jackie sato (one of the original founders of JWP) and a young shinobu kandori. since kandori wanted to be the ace of JWP immediately, she broke kayfabe and kept holding sato in a jujigatame. that's when the rest of the girls tried to break it up after sensing that kandori wanted to bury sato (to think that she wasn't that long yet in the company or so i thought). sato fired kandori, several girls sympathized with kandori like eagle sawaii and harley saito and they formed Ladies' Legend Pro-Wrestling and that's when the split up occurred

(just correct me if i am wrong for those who knew a different version)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 01, 2009, 04:48:38 AM
Pardon the diversion but like the original JWP split into the JWP (Project) and LLPW. And several of the LLPW mainstays were JWP originals. So was there an internal beef or something?

it all started in a match (or so the urban legend goes but i'll share what i read in some newsletter whose links i lost somewhere) between jackie sato (one of the original founders of JWP) and a young shinobu kandori. since kandori wanted to be the ace of JWP immediately, she broke kayfabe and kept holding sato in a jujigatame. that's when the rest of the girls tried to break it up after sensing that kandori wanted to bury sato (to think that she wasn't that long yet in the company or so i thought). sato fired kandori, several girls sympathized with kandori like eagle sawaii and harley saito and they formed Ladies' Legend Pro-Wrestling and that's when the split up occurred

(just correct me if i am wrong for those who knew a different version)

That's part of the story.  The supposed Kandori-Jackie shoot was in 1987, although I don't think any footage exists.

The original JWP was created to use stars from AJW that had been forced to retire because of the 26 year old rule that was enforced.  In particular, the original aces were to be Jackie Sato and Nancy Kumi.  They also recruited Shinobu Kandori from judo (she had won a bronze medal at the world championships but then got kicked off the national team for an "attitude" problem) and Rumi Kazama from kick-boxing, and also put together a good rookie class with people like Kansai (called Miss A then), Ozaki, Harley, Eagle, Cutie Suzuki, the late Plum Mariko, etc.  Many of those original rookies had been rejected by AJW, who were getting hundreds of applications per year as this was the height of popularity for joshi among girls.  There was feuding between the "entertainers" and the "shooters", which culminated in the Kandori-Jackie incident.  Kandori worked as a free-lancer after that and Jackie left wrestling.  Devil Masami then came in and ended up being a much more important part of JWP than Jackie or Nancy Kumi ever were.  Later, Itsuki Yamazaki from the Jumping Bomb Angels had a short stint in JWP.

Then sometime in the early 1990s (91 or 92), Rumi Kazama got fired.  This caused the split as Rumi responded by forming LLPW and her friends (Kandori, Harley, Eagle, others) went with her, while others (Devil, Kansai, Ozaki, Cutie, Plum, others) stayed behind in a reorganized version called the JWP Project.  It was around this time that Noriyo Tateno, the other JBA, decided to come out of her short retirement and joined LLPW.

The two organizations disliked each other strongly for a number of years and didn't work together.  Notice during the DreamSlam interpromotional period in 92-93 that JWP and LLPW didn't feud with each other.  Rather, part of AJW (particularly Toyota and Yamada) feuded with JWP while others (particularly Hokuto) feuded with LLPW.

According to Lorifice in his article about the life and death of Plum Mariko, Plum was against the split, as she was friendly with both sides and was the only JWP wrestler to work LLPW's first show.  She wanted a reunion show in 1996, the 10th anniversary of the original JWP, but it didn't happen.  Sadly, it seems Plum's death was what eased the tension between the groups.  I guess it took a tragedy for them to realize that life was too short to waste with petty arguments. 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: M.H.C. ~ Ambassador to the Grand Bichy of Homewreckia on April 01, 2009, 11:38:56 AM
Very interesting and I thank both of you for clearing my conceptions. Anyways, a bitchfit, BolShita (hah), and sequel to a classic match sounds awesome...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 02, 2009, 05:43:17 AM
The final match was added to MANIA-X.

It is Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Yumi Ohka vs Toshie Uematsu, Ran Yu-Yu, & Haruka Matsuo.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on April 03, 2009, 01:20:22 PM
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Azumi Hyuga

Keene Hammer vs. Destiny's Hammer

Can't wait~~~  *whee
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on April 03, 2009, 03:04:08 PM
Pardon the diversion but like the original JWP split into the JWP (Project) and LLPW. And several of the LLPW mainstays were JWP originals. So was there an internal beef or something?

it all started in a match (or so the urban legend goes but i'll share what i read in some newsletter whose links i lost somewhere) between jackie sato (one of the original founders of JWP) and a young shinobu kandori. since kandori wanted to be the ace of JWP immediately, she broke kayfabe and kept holding sato in a jujigatame. that's when the rest of the girls tried to break it up after sensing that kandori wanted to bury sato (to think that she wasn't that long yet in the company or so i thought). sato fired kandori, several girls sympathized with kandori like eagle sawaii and harley saito and they formed Ladies' Legend Pro-Wrestling and that's when the split up occurred

(just correct me if i am wrong for those who knew a different version)

That's part of the story.  The supposed Kandori-Jackie shoot was in 1987, although I don't think any footage exists.

The original JWP was created to use stars from AJW that had been forced to retire because of the 26 year old rule that was enforced.  In particular, the original aces were to be Jackie Sato and Nancy Kumi.  They also recruited Shinobu Kandori from judo (she had won a bronze medal at the world championships but then got kicked off the national team for an "attitude" problem) and Rumi Kazama from kick-boxing, and also put together a good rookie class with people like Kansai (called Miss A then), Ozaki, Harley, Eagle, Cutie Suzuki, the late Plum Mariko, etc.  Many of those original rookies had been rejected by AJW, who were getting hundreds of applications per year as this was the height of popularity for joshi among girls.  There was feuding between the "entertainers" and the "shooters", which culminated in the Kandori-Jackie incident.  Kandori worked as a free-lancer after that and Jackie left wrestling.  Devil Masami then came in and ended up being a much more important part of JWP than Jackie or Nancy Kumi ever were.  Later, Itsuki Yamazaki from the Jumping Bomb Angels had a short stint in JWP.

Then sometime in the early 1990s (91 or 92), Rumi Kazama got fired.  This caused the split as Rumi responded by forming LLPW and her friends (Kandori, Harley, Eagle, others) went with her, while others (Devil, Kansai, Ozaki, Cutie, Plum, others) stayed behind in a reorganized version called the JWP Project.  It was around this time that Noriyo Tateno, the other JBA, decided to come out of her short retirement and joined LLPW.

The two organizations disliked each other strongly for a number of years and didn't work together.  Notice during the DreamSlam interpromotional period in 92-93 that JWP and LLPW didn't feud with each other.  Rather, part of AJW (particularly Toyota and Yamada) feuded with JWP while others (particularly Hokuto) feuded with LLPW.

According to Lorifice in his article about the life and death of Plum Mariko, Plum was against the split, as she was friendly with both sides and was the only JWP wrestler to work LLPW's first show.  She wanted a reunion show in 1996, the 10th anniversary of the original JWP, but it didn't happen.  Sadly, it seems Plum's death was what eased the tension between the groups.  I guess it took a tragedy for them to realize that life was too short to waste with petty arguments. 

thanks for clearing that up. I knew the straw that broke the camel's back was Rumi getting fired but it was interesting to learn clarification. I'd always wondered what was behind the Kandori/Sato incident.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on April 03, 2009, 11:58:46 PM
thanks, josh, for clarifying the whole story. i didn't know things were that deep (and now i understood why devil masami was such an honored figure in JWP)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 05, 2009, 07:24:58 AM
Bump for full card.

JWP "MANIA-X" April 12, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka vs Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon vs Ayako Hamada & Ayako Sato
3. Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Yumi Ohka vs Toshie Uematsu, Ran Yu-Yu, & Haruka Matsuo
4. Kaori Yoneyama vs Saki Maemura
5. JWP Tag Team Championship: Yumiko Hotta & Keito (c) vs Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Azumi Hyuga
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 09, 2009, 11:28:37 AM
On Frank Pozen's latest blog post, he had a video with Azumi Hyuga, Arisa Nakajima, and Command Bolshoi hyping the MANIA-X show.  Supposedly Bolshoi is going to banish Hotta from JWP if she wins the tag titles back.  I don't think that's happening but I'm leaning towards Hyuga beating Haruyama at this point, although Kayoko is from Fukuoka and that's where JWP is going next.  JWP and NEO are doing a doubleheader at Hakata Star Lane

JWP "PURE Hurricane 2009" April 19, 2009
Hakata Star Lane


1. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs Pinkie Mayuka & Haruka Matsuo
2. Arisa Nakajima vs Saki Maemura
3. Keito vs Manami Toyota
4. Tojuki Leon vs Ayumi Kurihara
5. Kayoko Haruyama Homecoming: Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Aja Kong
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 12, 2009, 06:41:23 AM
The big results from the MANIA-X show.  R.A. gets off to a good start in JWP, as Kyoko & Tomoka double-team poor wittle Pinkie.  You people can stop bitching, as Kaori Yoneyama wins a singles match.  OK, it's against a retiring jobber.  She still won. 

In the title matches, we had a title switch in the tag team match.  There was a "no rope breaks" stipulation added, which would seem to play to the advantage of the Bolshoi/Yabushita team that would presumably want to turn this into a judo-style submission match rather than a PUNTING match like Hotta & Mini-Hotta would prefer.  I guess Bolshoi has a long memory, as Bolshoi herself gets the honor of ending Hotta's reign.  Supposedly Hotta is now banished.  We'll see.

The title match ends up with Haruyama racking up another big win, as she makes a healthy Hyuga eat the Keene Hammer.  Haruyama is up to 5 defenses and will make it past a full calendar year and this win should cement her status as JWP's ace. 

It was already announced that Haruyama's next challenger will be Kyoko Kimura at "PURE SLAM" on July 19th.  I guess R.A. will be appearing a lot in JWP over the next few months, torturing the kids and the mid-carders.

JWP "MANIA-X" April 12, 2009
Korakuen Hall
810 Fans


1. Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka (11:02) when Kimura pinned Mayuka after the Big Boot/Australian Strong Arm.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon defeated Ayako Hamada & Ayako Sato (13:34) when Leon used the Mad Splash on Sato.
3. Toshie Uematsu, Ran Yu-Yu, & Haruka Matsuo defeated Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Yumi Ohka (14:27) when Yu-Yu used a Forearm Smash on KAZUKI.
4. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Saki Maemura (6:04) with the Sea Fire.
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship:  Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Yumiko Hotta & Keito (19:41) when Bolshoi used a Kido Clutch on Hotta. Hotta & Keito fail in the 2nd defense and Bolshoi & Yabushita become the 31st JWP and 4th Daily Sports Champions.
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Azumi Hyuga (23:28) with the Keene Hammer. Haruyama is successful in the 5th defense.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 12, 2009, 07:11:05 AM
Interesting stuff. Surprised that Kimura gets the title shot....guess JWP really wants to start having heel/face storylines and stuff. Wonder what Hyuga'll do now. Maybe go after the tag straps? Possibly play some time outside of JWP. Guess after the Kimura match we'll get Haruyama/Kuragaki at JWP-Climax, then Maybe Arisa vs Haruyama or Yoneyama vs Haruyama at JWP Mania-X or another Outsider. 

Yoneyama wins a quick one against a midcarder like last year....Bolshoi's still the only midget JWP will push :p

I'm surprised Oka didn't take the fall there, especially since a technical outsider was the one to go over.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on April 12, 2009, 08:22:24 AM
Knew the tag titles would switch. I was hoping Haruyama would lose, but I suppose that couldn't happen with the Hotta faction deal seeming to end while they are bringing RA in. Don't care much about Kimura getting a title match unless they actually give her some decent build with a few key victories. Do hope she wins though as I'm just not a Haruyama fan. Still they won't have Haruyama lose after her big defining defense again Hyuga.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on April 12, 2009, 08:56:10 AM
Knew the tag titles would switch. I was hoping Haruyama would lose, but I suppose that couldn't happen with the Haruyama faction deal seeming to end while they are bringing RA in. Don't care much about Kimura getting a title match unless they actually give her some decent build with a few key victories. Do hope she wins though as I'm just not a Haruyama fan. Still they won't have Haruyama lose after her big defining defense again Hyuga.

I dont see Kimura winning the singles...possibly a mere threat to the JWP tag titles in due time IMO.
As last minute as I thought Hyuga was going to win it, Haruyama prevails. The question really is at this point,
who will be the person to dethrone Kayoko? Bolshoi perhaps?

I think the overall shocker of the show is Yoneyama with a victory.  *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 13, 2009, 12:38:02 AM
yoneyama jobbing for all these years only to win in the end ...
i would love to see that

yoneyama: please, bolshoi-sama, don't you think i have jobbed too often enough to deserve the titles?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2009, 06:30:40 AM
JWP "PURE Hurricane 2009" April 19, 2009
Hakata Star Lane
406 Fans


1. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Pinkie Mayuka & Haruka Matsuo (13:55) when KAZUKI used the K-Crusher on Mayuka.
2. Saki Maemura defeated Arisa Nakajima (11:08) with the Never Give Up!
3. Manami Toyota defeated Keito (15:37) with a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
4. Tojuki Leon defeated Ayumi Kurihara (13:08) with the Mad Splash.
5. Haruyama Homecoming Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Aja Kong (20:11) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Kuragaki.

JWP outdraws NEO, as they both ran this venue today.  Nothing too surprising in the results.  Kayoko's from Fukuoka and got to pin her long-time partner in the main.  Not surprising, since Hyuga already lost the title match at the last show and Aja didn't come along to eat pinfalls in 6-woman tags.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2009, 08:38:47 AM
JWP April 26, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Azumi Hyuga vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kaori Yoneyama
3. Captain's Fall Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Tojuki Leon, & Arisa Nakajima vs Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 19, 2009, 03:18:22 PM
Arisa's losing streak in short matches continues.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 23, 2009, 08:43:33 PM
Arisa's losing streak in short matches continues.

i don't understand why does she often lose in short matches
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 26, 2009, 08:19:33 AM
JWP April 26, 2009
JWP Dojo
80 Fans


1. Azumi Hyuga defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:44) with a German Suplex Hold.
2. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kaori Yoneyama (12:52) when Bolshoi used the Kido Clutch on Yoneyama.
3. Captain's Fall Handicap Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (20:01). Haruyama defeated Abe (10:01) with a Cradle Cutback. Haruyama defeated Keito (20:01) with a Lariat.

The biggest news is Arisa Nakajima being dropped from the captain's fall match for an unspecified reason, hopefully nothing serious that will keep her out of further action.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 27, 2009, 09:01:08 AM
I don't know if she's ill, injured, or what, but Arisa Nakajima didn't appear at JWP's dojo show on 4/26 and will not be appearing at an autograph session on 4/30 or at JWP's Golden Week show on 5/3.  She was supposed to face AKINO for that Golden Week series at Itabashi Green Hall, but has been replaced by Sachie Abe.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 27, 2009, 01:44:17 PM
She also hasn't updated her blog since last monday.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on April 28, 2009, 09:25:06 AM
JWP says Arisa is going to be out for a long time and that she was in a bad condition. No more details are available yet.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 28, 2009, 02:19:18 PM
First Yoneyama's non-existent push, now this............it's like JWP's made of depressing news.

I've contacted Hailey to see if she knows anything about this.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 03, 2009, 05:50:12 AM
JWP (Kaori Yoneyama/Tojuki Leon Produce) May 3, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kayoko Haruyama defeated Pinkie Mayuka (12:09) with a Lariat.
2. AKINO defeated Sachie Abe (13:22) with the Akianexploder.
3. Itabashi High Risk No Return Battle Royale: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Tanny Mouse (NEO) & Hikari Shida (Ice Ribbon) (13:26) with an Argentine Backbreaker. Others, in order of elimination: Keito, KAZUKI, Kana (Passion Red), Chihiro Oikawa (Queen Bee), Misaki Ohata (Ibuki), Kitty, Azumi Hyuga, Command Bolshoi & Cherry (Fantasy Illusion).
4. Yuu Yamagata defeated Kaori Yoneyama (9:27) with the Shubain.
5. Tojuki Leon vs Kyoko Kimura (8:00) went to a no contest.
5a. Kyoko Kimura, Atsuko Emoto, & Tomoka Nakagawa (11:42) defeated Tojuki Leon, Kaori Yoneyama, & Pinkie Mayuka when Emoto used the Bay Crash on Mayuka.

Kuragaki "saves" JWP having to pay for someone else's show by beating the Ice Ribbon idol girl in the Battle Royale.  Yoneyama does the job in a show she produced!

Not sure why Leon vs Kimura was a no-contest (probably outside interference by R.A. and retaliation by the JWP crew), but it seemed to become a tag match between Revolucion Amandola and the JWP stalwarts.  I bet Pinkie was taking Arisa's place in this and got to eat a move from Emoto.  I expect more of this stuff over the next few months until the Kimura-Haruyama title match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 03, 2009, 12:24:32 PM
Does Yoneyama want to  be a jobber or something? Arrgh. I mean, it wasn't even to someone who she had to job to. Bleh, the rest of the show looks pretty nice.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on May 08, 2009, 06:35:56 AM
The next two JWP cards.  No word on Arisa Nakajima yet.  Another piece of bad news is Tomoka Nakagawa, scheduled to work against Tojuki Leon on the 17th as part of the R.A. vs JWP story, broke a bone in her hand and is out.  Misaki Ohata is replacing.  I don't know if she's gonna try to heel it up or not.

JWP May 10, 2009
JWP Dojo

1. Keito vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon
3. Mother's Day Cosplay Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama vs Sachie Abe & KAZUKI

JWP May 17, 2009
Hachioji Civic Hall


1. Sachie Abe vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tojuki Leon vs Misaki Ohata
3. KAZUKI vs Atsuko Emoto
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai vs Keito & GAMI
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Jaguar Yokota, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on May 08, 2009, 10:02:24 AM
The next two JWP cards.  No word on Arisa Nakajima yet.  Another piece of bad news is Tomoka Nakagawa, scheduled to work against Tojuki Leon on the 17th as part of the R.A. vs JWP story, broke a bone in her hand and is out.  Misaki Ohata is replacing.  I don't know if she's gonna try to heel it up or not.

JWP May 10, 2009
JWP Dojo

1. Keito vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon
3. Mother's Day Cosplay Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama vs Sachie Abe & KAZUKI

JWP May 17, 2009
Hachioji Civic Hall


1. Sachie Abe vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tojuki Leon vs Misaki Ohata
3. KAZUKI vs Atsuko Emoto
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai vs Keito & GAMI
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Jaguar Yokota, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita

Wow, if I'm not mistaken isn't this the first time in a while that Kansai has returned to JWP?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 08, 2009, 10:26:52 AM
That looks like a pretty nice card, despite being sans Nakajima.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 10, 2009, 06:39:55 AM
JWP May 10, 2009
JWP Dojo
72 Fans


1. Keito defeated Pinkie Mayuka (7:34) with the Falcon Arrow.
2. Two-Count Body Slam Match: Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon (13:27) when Kuragaki used a Body Slam on Leon.
3. Mother's Day Cosplay Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (17:08) when Yoneyama used a Water Gun Attack on Abe.

In the 2nd match, one could only win by using a body slam, which only required a two count.

I hope everyone crying about Yoneyama losing too much is satisfied.  SUPER SOAKER!!!!  *haha
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 10, 2009, 07:11:11 AM
I hope everyone crying about Yoneyama losing too much is satisfied.  SUPER SOAKER!!!!  *haha

oh you are a regular comedian Josh  *livid

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 10, 2009, 03:36:33 PM
JWP May 10, 2009
JWP Dojo
72 Fans


1. Keito defeated Pinkie Mayuka (7:34) with the Falcon Arrow.
2. Two-Count Body Slam Match: Command Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Azumi Hyuga & Tojuki Leon (13:27) when Kuragaki used a Body Slam on Leon.
3. Mother's Day Cosplay Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (17:08) when Yoneyama used a Water Gun Attack on Abe.

In the 2nd match, one could only win by using a body slam, which only required a two count.

I hope everyone crying about Yoneyama losing too much is satisfied.  SUPER SOAKER!!!!  *haha

Hyuga should have gotten Portia Perez as her teammate....no way they would have lost.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 10, 2009, 11:45:43 PM
I hope everyone crying about Yoneyama losing too much is satisfied.  SUPER SOAKER!!!!  *haha

 *freeze
i quit hoping for the best for yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on May 11, 2009, 04:08:13 PM
I hope everyone crying about Yoneyama losing too much is satisfied.  SUPER SOAKER!!!!  *haha

 *freeze
i quit hoping for the best for yoneyama

 *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 12, 2009, 05:27:04 AM
I will never... EVER give up hope on Kaori Yoneyama!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on May 12, 2009, 06:01:55 AM
I will never... EVER give up hope on Kaori Yoneyama!

James

Maybe she should pull off an Al Snow, and make a joshi J.O.B. squad
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 12, 2009, 03:31:39 PM
What does everybody WANT?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*
What does everybody NEED?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*
What does everybody LOVE?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on May 12, 2009, 06:42:06 PM
What does everybody WANT?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*
What does everybody NEED?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*
What does everybody LOVE?! *YO-NE-YA-MA!! clap clap clap clap clap*

(http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l56/kenergy808/job.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 12, 2009, 10:32:28 PM
I will never... EVER give up hope on Kaori Yoneyama!

James

okay, just to appease you

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 17, 2009, 07:32:50 AM
JWP May 17, 2009
Hachioji Civic Hall
145 Fans


1. Sachie Abe defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:50) with the Sky Canal Hold.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated Misaki Ohata (13:13) with the Mad Splash.
3. Atsuko Emoto defeated KAZUKI (6:41) after a Chain Attack by Kyoko Kimura.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai defeated Keito & GAMI (13:57) when Kansai used a Diving Footstomp on Keito.
5. Jaguar Yokota, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Kaori Yoneyama (18:29) when Bolshoi used a Bolshoi-style Wakigatame on Yoneyama.

Looks pretty standard.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 17, 2009, 09:17:28 AM
(http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c23/-Jade-Ratiasu/EyeTwitch.gif)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 17, 2009, 06:50:42 PM
How much you wanna bet Ohata cosplayed as Tomoko in that match. *bwah
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on May 17, 2009, 09:08:26 PM
5. Jaguar Yokota, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Kaori Yoneyama (18:29) when Bolshoi used a Bolshoi-style Wakigatame on Yoneyama.

Al Yone?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 17, 2009, 11:10:01 PM
5. Jaguar Yokota, Command Bolshoi, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Kaori Yoneyama (18:29) when Bolshoi used a Bolshoi-style Wakigatame on Yoneyama.

Ok in a match like this, if anyone but Yoneyama had taken the fall I would've been surprised. Pleasantly so... I mean one tem has the Goddess of Joshi and the tag champs of JWP aganst the companies 2 aces... oh and Kaori Yoneyama. It is obvious who was dropping the fall, unless for some reason they suddenly wanted Kaori to score win a Jaguar to set some kind of singles match for later but we know that won't happen.

Still it seems like Kaori gets to win a non-dojo match once every 3 months and usually against a lower tier junior.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 18, 2009, 07:21:48 AM
It's weird, because some of the best and most pushed wrestlers have been shorties of their times. Mildred Burke was all of 5'2". But she trained her ass off to gain all the respect of someone 6'0" would get almost instantly. Same goes for Jaguar Yokota. She's only 5'3", and that was when girls like Devil Masami and Chigusa were just average sized girls. So I don't see why someone as good and charismatic as Kaori is forced to job this much.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 18, 2009, 08:43:16 AM
It's weird, because some of the best and most pushed wrestlers have been shorties of their times. Mildred Burke was all of 5'2". But she trained her ass off to gain all the respect of someone 6'0" would get almost instantly. Same goes for Jaguar Yokota. She's only 5'3", and that was when girls like Devil Masami and Chigusa were just average sized girls. So I don't see why someone as good and charismatic as Kaori is forced to job this much.
She's not a star like Yokota(no one is in JWP) and she's still seen as too small anyway.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on May 19, 2009, 06:55:10 AM
It's weird, because some of the best and most pushed wrestlers have been shorties of their times. Mildred Burke was all of 5'2". But she trained her ass off to gain all the respect of someone 6'0" would get almost instantly. Same goes for Jaguar Yokota. She's only 5'3", and that was when girls like Devil Masami and Chigusa were just average sized girls. So I don't see why someone as good and charismatic as Kaori is forced to job this much.
Because you're looking at it from your perspective. Not the perspective of someone in Japan... or the promoter who is trying to pay the bills. Yoneyama is not singlehandedly selling out the Tokyo Dome or starring in movies and releasing charting music albums.

I get that she's fun to watch. She's way over with me. But the whole obsession with who wins or loses is kind of lost on me after the fact. I enjoy watching her work a lot. But I can't really be bothered to get upset by reading results that she lost. That's just how it was booked.

Side note: I don't know what her height was (billed or actual), but a lot respect for Mildred Burke probably came from winning some legit shoots. That's definitely not a fair comparison.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 24, 2009, 04:05:58 PM
JWP May 24, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol
170 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Pinkie Mayuka (15:07) with a Lariat.
2. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI defeated Command Bolshoi & Misaki Ohata (15:20) when KAZUKI used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Ohata.
3. Megumi Yabushita defeated Keito (11:43) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.
4. Azumi Hyuga & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Toshie Uematsu & Yuu Yamagata (15:00) when Yoneyama used the U.S.-Zou on Uematsu.
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto (17:35) when Emoto was DQd for using a weapon on the referee.

First, they set up next weekend's JWP/Daily Sports tag title match, as Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (the challengers) get a win over Command Bolshoi and her jobber partner Misaki Ohata.  Megumi Yabushita (the other half of the champion team) scored a submission win over Keito.

Then KAORI YONEYAMA won a match.  Hey, it wasn't over Pinkie Mayuka or some nobody from Ice Ribbon.  It was against Toshie Uemastu.  She was in GAEA.  She was WCW Ladies Cruiserweight champion.  This is big!

R.A. got themselves DQd in the main event (Tessy Sugo is a bit stricter than Sachiko Ito) and Kimura & Haruyama exchanged recipes after the match.  Oh wait, I think they actually yelled smack at each other.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 26, 2009, 03:07:10 AM

Then KAORI YONEYAMA won a match.  Hey, it wasn't over Pinkie Mayuka or some nobody from Ice Ribbon.  It was against Toshie Uemastu.  She was in GAEA.  She was WCW Ladies Cruiserweight champion.  This is big!



yoneyama: *dialing bischoff's number* can you help me?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 26, 2009, 06:01:07 PM
Yoneyama finally gets what has been elusive for an eternity - a f'n victory. Plus, the Kimura/Haruyama saga is heating up.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 27, 2009, 03:48:09 AM
Yoneyama finally gets what has been elusive for an eternity - a f'n victory. Plus, the Kimura/Haruyama saga is heating up.

i have a feeling it will steal the thunder from haruyama's feud with hotta
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on June 01, 2009, 04:19:04 AM
JWP May 31, 2009
Strait Messe Shimonoseki
931 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Ayako Sato (10:33) with a Lariat.
2. Takako Inoue defeated Pinkie Mayuka (8:46) with the Beauty Fist.
3. Kaori Yoneyama vs Eiger (12:57) ended in a Double Count Out.
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (c) defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (16:56) when Yabushita used the Original Yabu on KAZUKI. Bolshoi & Yabushita are successful in the 1st defense.
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Azumi Hyuga, & Tojuki Leon defeated Keito, Jaguar Yokota, & Aja Kong (20:19) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Keito.

Of course, Kimura & Emoto weren't here, as they were beating up the LCO in Sapporo. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 01, 2009, 04:35:45 AM
Holy crap, they do draw a lot more outside Tokyo. This is more than their last Korakuen show.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: LUKIE on June 03, 2009, 10:36:48 AM
Too bad it's a 3000 seater place...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Code Green on June 03, 2009, 11:03:34 AM
I still can't get over the fact that Jaguar is still wrestling. 

What men from the 70's are still around?  I don't count Piper or Snuka -- Steamboat was just more or less a one-off program.  Not Flair.  Is there anyone who was prominent then and is still wrestling now every month? 

More proof that she rules. . . *Oni*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on June 07, 2009, 06:17:52 AM
JWP June 7, 2009
JWP Dojo
88 Fans


1. Keito & KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Pinkie Mayuka
(13:40) when KAZUKI used Death By Roderick on Mayuka.
2. Puddle Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sachie Abe (5:54) by submersion.
3. Command Bolshoi & Azumi Hyuga defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon (15:31) when Hyuga used a Japanese Leg Roll Clutch on Leon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on June 07, 2009, 09:13:47 AM
What men from the 70's are still around?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 07, 2009, 09:16:45 AM
JWP June 7, 2009
JWP Dojo
88 Fans


1. Keito & KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Pinkie Mayuka
(13:40) when KAZUKI used Death By Roderick on Mayuka.
2. Puddle Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sachie Abe (5:54) by submersion.
3. Command Bolshoi & Azumi Hyuga defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Tojuki Leon (15:31) when Hyuga used a Japanese Leg Roll Clutch on Leon.

thats whut....2 in a row now?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Code Green on June 07, 2009, 09:46:09 AM
What men from the 70's are still around?
  • Jerry Lawler still works a regular schedule of bookings.
  • Abdullah the Butcher started in the 50s and was still working fairly regularly in recent years.
  • Bill Dundee is still going.
  • Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson.
  • I'm sure there are plenty more... including obscure examples like Gypsy Joe.

Excellent list.  Lawler is the best example there, as he can still kinda go.  I saw a match he had with Dundee for an indy promo not long ago - it was on TEH Evil -- and he looked pretty good.  Not fast or anything, but healthy. 

I think the difference is that Lawler is well over 50.  So are those other guys, I'd wager (and Abby is 70+, no?).  Jaguar is not yet 50 -- these joshi girls started so young.  I was watching the Chigusa retirement on Miz's page, and it reminded me that she was only 26 then.  That would put her at 46 or 47 now, about the same as HBK and Taker, yes? 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 07, 2009, 10:27:09 AM
Abuddlah's in his 70's and he's still doing fuxing lighttube matches? Holy shit.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on June 07, 2009, 07:04:06 PM
Abuddlah's in his 70's and he's still doing fuxing lighttube matches? Holy shit.
Abdullah sucks. He won't even enter the ring unless it's a japanese show.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 07, 2009, 08:13:50 PM
Abuddlah's in his 70's and he's still doing fuxing lighttube matches? Holy shit.
Abdullah sucks. He won't even enter the ring unless it's a japanese show.


No no no, I have to disagree.
There no point of him working an indy other than ROH, and I doubt it
he would do a gig for WWE or TNA so occasional Japan shows seem suitable.
Besides hes in his 70s, he doesnt have to do shows AT ALL but he's nice enough to.
Other than that, his ribshack and chinese food place in Atlanta he had was awesome.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 08, 2009, 03:21:34 AM
2. Puddle Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sachie Abe (5:54) by submersion.

is that supposed to be pudding (like the pudding that melina and candice wrestled into then)?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on June 08, 2009, 06:04:36 AM
Abuddlah's in his 70's and he's still doing fuxing lighttube matches? Holy shit.
Abdullah sucks. He won't even enter the ring unless it's a japanese show.


No no no, I have to disagree.
There no point of him working an indy other than ROH, and I doubt it
he would do a gig for WWE or TNA so occasional Japan shows seem suitable.
Besides hes in his 70s, he doesnt have to do shows AT ALL but he's nice enough to.
Other than that, his ribshack and chinese food place in Atlanta he had was awesome.
Abdullah does shows just because he wants more money, believe that. He's not too bad of a person if you are giving him money, but when you aren't, he doesnt give you the time of day.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 08, 2009, 07:46:13 AM
Abuddlah's in his 70's and he's still doing fuxing lighttube matches? Holy shit.
Abdullah sucks. He won't even enter the ring unless it's a japanese show.


No no no, I have to disagree.
There no point of him working an indy other than ROH, and I doubt it
he would do a gig for WWE or TNA so occasional Japan shows seem suitable.
Besides hes in his 70s, he doesnt have to do shows AT ALL but he's nice enough to.
Other than that, his ribshack and chinese food place in Atlanta he had was awesome.
Abdullah does shows just because he wants more money, believe that. He's not too bad of a person if you are giving him money, but when you aren't, he doesnt give you the time of day.

Isnt that how any old school wrestler from that era is?  *haha
That part was a no brainer.

Anyways back to the point of this thread.
So who might be the next contenders for the Openweight and Tag titles now?
RA perhaps?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 08, 2009, 08:55:09 AM
I maintain my postion if that if Abdullah The Butcher suddenly showed up on RAW and started jabbing Cena with pencil leading to a 2 month PPV program that it would be the greatest thing in the history of the WWE!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 08, 2009, 09:47:55 AM
I maintain my postion if that if Abdullah The Butcher suddenly showed up on RAW and started jabbing Cena with pencil leading to a 2 month PPV program that it would be the greatest thing in the history of the WWE!

James

Now that I would agree...but of course with how Cena's booked, Abdullah would job
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 09, 2009, 02:56:36 AM
I maintain my postion if that if Abdullah The Butcher suddenly showed up on RAW and started jabbing Cena with pencil leading to a 2 month PPV program that it would be the greatest thing in the history of the WWE!

James

and all along i thought you knew i am a fan of cena
 *sick

back on topic, either RA would go for the titles or kimura for the Openweight Title herself
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 09, 2009, 05:25:50 AM
I maintain my postion if that if Abdullah The Butcher suddenly showed up on RAW and started jabbing Cena with pencil leading to a 2 month PPV program that it would be the greatest thing in the history of the WWE!

James

and all along i thought you knew i am a fan of cena
 *sick

back on topic, either RA would go for the titles or kimura for the Openweight Title herself


Its surprising to know that Kimura was a JWP trueborn
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 09, 2009, 05:57:40 AM
I maintain my postion if that if Abdullah The Butcher suddenly showed up on RAW and started jabbing Cena with pencil leading to a 2 month PPV program that it would be the greatest thing in the history of the WWE!

James

and all along i thought you knew i am a fan of cena
 *sick

back on topic, either RA would go for the titles or kimura for the Openweight Title herself

It was announced long ago, Kimura's going for the Openweight Title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on June 14, 2009, 08:09:20 AM
JWP June 14, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
176 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:25) with the Solarina.
2. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Command Bolshoi & Haruna Akagi (11:13) when Yoneyama used a Diving Senton on Akagi.
3. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Megumi Yabushita (13:06) with a European Clutch.
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Misaki Ohata (13:34) with a Cross Arm Suplex Hold.
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Tojuki Leon vs Keito, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (30:00) went to a time-limit draw.

The main news was making a tag title match, with Bolshoi/Yabushita defending against Yoneyama/Sakura at PURE-SLAM next month, joining the already announced Haruyama vs Kimura for the singles title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 14, 2009, 09:51:47 AM
I don't see Emi/Yoneyama winning this................however.....a man can dream....a man can dream
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 14, 2009, 09:57:33 AM
I don't see Emi/Yoneyama winning this................however.....a man can dream....a man can dream

I have an odd feeling they might win it...an odd feeling...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 17, 2009, 03:57:51 AM
just say that you want them to win it
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on June 17, 2009, 11:15:18 AM
just say that you want them to win it

I WANT THEM TO WIN DAMNIT !!!  *fu
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 19, 2009, 03:00:39 AM
just say that you want them to win it

I WANT THEM TO WIN DAMNIT !!!  *fu

exalted for obedience
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on June 25, 2009, 05:08:19 AM
JWP June 24, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
157 Fans


1. Pinkie Mayuka & Esui defeated Misaki Ohata & Mio Shirai (15:42) when Esui used a Chokeslam on Ohata.
2. Atsuko Emoto defeated Tojuki Leon (8:58) after Tomoka Nakagawa used Green Mist on Leon.
3. Keito vs Kyoko Kimura (11:22) ended in a double count-out.
4. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (14:06) when Uematsu used the Solarina on Abe.
5. Command Bolshoi, Azumi Hyuga, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Kaori Yoneyama (19:24) when Bolshoi used a Rolling Double Leglock on Yoneyama.

Ohata isn't getting booked as a strong champ, as she loses to Esui.  Afterwards, Pinkie challenges Esui and they will have a singles match on July 5th, with the winner getting a junior titles shot against Ohata on the 19th.

 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 25, 2009, 05:15:40 AM
i'm not pretty sure who holds control over the belts since it seems that no one is interested to separate the JWP Jr title from the POP title. ohata losing to esui is affecting in a sense that would weaken the titles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 25, 2009, 01:16:30 PM
My hope is maybe they keep her as the underdog, but have her always pull through in a title match. My worst fear is, they have her beat Shu, and then lose to Pinky Mayuka so JWP can have the titles in their own promotion.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on June 25, 2009, 02:45:57 PM
Esui is a giant among the younger wrestlers and improving, so losing to her isn't really weakening the belt or a wrestler at all.

Anyways it sounds like she only won here so Pinkie could get the victory over her later and take on Ohata for the belts. They could have chosen just about any of the other Ibuki girls really for this job. If Esui got the job its probably because Yoshida wants to get her out there more.

And the belts are owned/controlled by JWP. Chances are they let whoever holds them do whatever they want when their own girls aren't holding the belts.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on June 27, 2009, 08:15:42 AM
JWP is nearing their next Korakuen Hall show and all of the titles will be on the line at PURE SLAM.  The deal with the JWP Junior/POP titles is that Pinkie Mayuka & Esui are having a #1 Contender's match on the 5th, but Ohata wanted to have her first defense in Ibuki.  So she gets her wish and defends against Io Shirai on the 12th at the next Ibuki show.  Then the winners meet on the 19th.  My prediction is that it will be Pinkie vs Ohata and Pinkie will win and get the junior titles back in JWP.  I know ELPS won't like this, but I think Ohata is being used as a transitional champion.

JWP July 5, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010


1. JWP Jr/POP #1 Contenders' Match: Pinkie Mayuka vs Esui
2. KAZUKI vs Toshie Uematsu
3. Azumi Hyuga vs Sachie Abe
4. Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Emi Sakura
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Keito vs Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa

JWP "PURE-SLAM 2009" July 19, 2009
Korakuen Hall


(partial card)
1. Azumi Hyuga vs Tojuki Leon
2. KAZUKI & Super Heel Toshie Uematsu vs Sachie Abe & Ran Yu-Yu
3. JWP Jr./POP Championship: Misaki Ohata/Io Shirai (c) vs Pinkie Mayuka/Esui
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kyoko Kimura
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on June 27, 2009, 09:17:51 AM
It was sort of inevitable with Arisa retiring and JWP wanting a younger wrestle around with the spotlight on them.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on June 27, 2009, 12:59:56 PM
Three day vacation, and you have that amount of time to write me a pm and prove you aren't a spambot.  Otherwise it upgrades to a "you're out of here."

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 27, 2009, 04:25:05 PM
Yeah..............much as I hate it, I guess they wanted a girl they could have Mayuka look more credible beating. Instead of it being Chisako, Mariko wanted to give Ohata a minor push and give her credibility by having her win the titles. Even if she's a transitional champ, it still gives her extra credibility. Still, I'll hold out on Ohata defending them at least until Climax.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 27, 2009, 05:34:43 PM
mayuka getting the push was inevitable. if arisa would still be around, the problem though would be her transition from junior to main eventer
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on June 28, 2009, 12:20:05 AM
Three day vacation, and you have that amount of time to write me a pm and prove you aren't a spambot.  Otherwise it upgrades to a "you're out of here."



thanks. i've been waiting for you to do that
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 07, 2009, 05:00:35 AM
JWP July 5, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010
128 Fans


1. JWP Jr/POP #1 Contenders' Match: Pinkie Mayuka defeated Esui (9:50) with an Inside Cradle.
2. KAZUKI defeated Toshie Uematsu (7:16) with a Somersault Throw.
3. Azumi Hyuga defeateed Sachie Abe (15:26) with the Michinoku Driver II.
4. Kaori Yoneyama, Tojuki Leon, & Emi Sakura defeated  Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Megumi Yabushita (12:44) when Leon used the Modified La Magistral on Yabushita.
5. Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Keito (17:40) when Nakagawa used the Tomore Clutch on Keito.

Sorry for the delay in posting-JWP was slow in getting the results up.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 08, 2009, 09:26:18 AM
Pretty much what we all knew was gonna happen........oh wait, *Looks past match 1*...omg....that's some funky booking, but I'm loving it. Yabushita gets pinned by someone who's not even on the team challenging for the title belts. Nakagawa gets to pin someone without 13 years of experience. I like it. I hope this might be a small step towards joshi getting rid of that insane tier system where the longer you've been in the business, the better your booking is.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 08, 2009, 10:38:08 AM
JWP "PURE-SLAM 2009" July 19, 2009
Korakuen Hall


(partial card)
1. Azumi Hyuga vs Tojuki Leon
2. KAZUKI & Super Heel Toshie Uematsu vs Sachie Abe & Ran Yu-Yu
3. JWP Jr./POP Championship: Misaki Ohata/Io Shirai (c) vs Pinkie Mayuka/Esui
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura
5. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kyoko Kimura

We know that Pinkie Mayuka is in the junior title match now and will face the winner of Ohata/Io from IBUKI's show this weekend.

Also, a tag was added, with Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Atsuko Emoto, Tomoka Nakagawa, & X.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on July 08, 2009, 05:08:10 PM
Hopefully X is a new RA member and not someone like Hotta.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 09, 2009, 04:28:03 AM
Another big retirement-it's Azumi Hyuga.  She announced her intention to retire at JWP's December 27th show at Korakuen Hall.  She said the knee was part of it, but there were "other reasons" that were not elaborated on.

Wow, JWP's roster takes a huge hit. 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: DANgerous K on July 09, 2009, 07:09:05 AM
Ouch!  Haruyama needs to be used to establish some of the other girls over the next year seeing as Hyuga only really got the chance to do it with Kyoko herself. 
Still, Hyugas knees will thank her sooner or later!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 09, 2009, 07:27:14 AM
My favorite active joshi wrestler is now gone............
What's worse is that mini-Hyuga Arisa is gone too, so we don't have anyone to replace her. I guess Misawa's death is really making wrestlers think if wrestling 10 extra years is worth not being able to walk or worse. Me and Shoopz are gonna be in mourning for months. *wail *wail *wail *wail *wail *wail *wail *gloom *gloom *gloom *gloom *gloom *gloom *give *give *give *give *give *kori *kori *kori *kori *kori *kori *livid *livid *livid *livid
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 09, 2009, 07:51:35 AM
Ouch, HUGE blow for JWP.

There was a time not that long ago, maybe 03/04 ish when Hyuga was probably the only thing keeping JWP from completely dying off all together as almost every one else they'd spent the last decade building up had either retired or jumped ship to GAEA.

But yeah, better this then ending up barely able to walk...



 
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on July 09, 2009, 08:08:53 AM
Damn, that sucks for JWP. Hopefully they work to build up a few of the other girls as champions during the next year or two.

Quote
But yeah, better this then ending up barely able to walk...
Definitely. I'm still hoping Mutoh is will retire soon as well.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 09, 2009, 08:26:57 AM
2009 has been a really bad year for Joshi. There's been how many retirements now, and how many new girls have debuted? My count is ZERO. I'm not really sure what JWP is going to do without Hyuga, but atleast unlike every other joshi company, they have enough contracted to wrestlers to fill the cards still.

This has definitely got to be one of the worst years for joshi, though the year 2005 probably was the worst, with 1997 close also(because of Plum's death).

I don't see Mutoh retiring. He's the figurehead and image of AJPW.

Atleast I'll get to go to Hyuga's retirement...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 09, 2009, 08:47:05 AM
Lucky bitch.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 09, 2009, 09:24:48 AM
The full card is up for the PURE SLAM show.  Revolucion Amandola has "friends all over the world" and the mystery partner is Hailey Hatred.  Also, all three titles are on the line.  I expect Pinkie to win the junior title from Ohata (I doubt Ohata loses to Io at Ibuki), as JWP has got to try to build her up to be more than the clueless schoolgirl.  Not sure about the tag titles-I'll guess Bolshoi and Yabushita retain.  I have a weird feeling that Kimura is gonna win the singles title.  Also, especially with the retirement announcement, it would make perfect sense for Leon to get the big win over Hyuga.

JWP "PURE SLAM" July 19, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. JWP Junior/POP Championship: Misaki Ohata/Io Shirai (c) vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Atsuko Emoto, Tomoka Nakagawa, & Hailey Hatred
3. Super Heel Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs Ran Yu-Yu & Sachie Abe
4. Azumi Hyuga vs Tojuki Leon
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Championship: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura
6. JWP Openweight Championship (No DQ): Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kyoko Kimura
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on July 09, 2009, 10:17:25 AM
I know it's just a dream, but: what about a good push for Yoneyama now that Azumi retires?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on July 09, 2009, 10:35:31 AM
I know it's just a dream, but: what about a good push for Yoneyama now that Azumi retires?

How'd I know sumeone's gon take this sad event and twist it to benefit their own twisted desires? lol

*cries uncontrollably and hangs noose in the doorway...*
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on July 09, 2009, 10:48:41 AM

Atleast I'll get to go to Hyuga's retirement...

I'll be at the final Giants game at Giants Stadium that day. Leaving to go to Japan the next morning. I always miss the JWP year end by a day or two. Hopefully I can catch them at Kinema Club or Idabashi. But no Hyuga will be sad.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on July 09, 2009, 03:34:40 PM
Damn! Has everybody and their mother announcing their retirement from the business recently? Then again, it's no surprise that the recurring knee problems would influence Hyuga's decision. A wrestler's body can take so much abuse to the point where it ultimately breaks down upon him/her, if Misawa's passing was any indication (tragically). Truthfully, I'm not as upset with Hyuga's decision as I was with Arisa's sudden departure, but the news still comes as unexpected.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 09, 2009, 05:54:34 PM
Quote
Also, especially with the retirement announcement, it would make perfect sense for Leon to get the big win over Hyuga.

Leon loses I riot...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on July 11, 2009, 06:27:16 PM
okay now - arisa gone; azumi gone soon (too soon actually) ... JWP is running out of reasons NOT to give the push to yoneyama (and i hate to think that arisa and azumi had to go for that to happen)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 11, 2009, 07:21:28 PM
if there's any consolation for JWP, if likened to a basketball team they have a deep bench
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on July 11, 2009, 08:21:23 PM
(http://i582.photobucket.com/albums/ss261/Winstonruth/AzumiHyugaCollage.png)

I hope I'll get to go attend Hyuga's retirement show in December....
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Nagashimark on July 12, 2009, 12:43:30 PM
If da 'Cousin goes there, da 'Mark will be there, too... word.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 12, 2009, 12:56:28 PM
I dunno if I can see Haruyama losing here. I think they still want to have Kuragaki vs Haruyama at Climax.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 12, 2009, 02:59:16 PM
if there's any consolation for JWP, if likened to a basketball team they have a deep bench
For todays standards yes. But by any other decades standards, not even close. They have:
Bolshoi
Haruyama
Yoneyama
KAZUKI
Keito
Pinkie
Tojuku Leon
Sachie Abe
Tsubasa Kuragaki
and Azumi Hyuga for now.

They will have a whole 9 wrestlers next year. Sure that's more than NEO and WAVE, but that's not saying much. It's really sad actually.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 17, 2009, 09:11:38 PM
IF I read correctly, Pinky's leg is now injured. Don't hold me to that yet, as it may have been an error.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 18, 2009, 11:23:15 AM
UHmm....is it BAD that despite liking Pinky I'm KINDA happy at this........<_<
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 18, 2009, 06:02:23 PM
UHmm....is it BAD that despite liking Pinky I'm KINDA happy at this........<_<

Nice attitude
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 18, 2009, 09:51:13 PM
I know....I'm an AWFUL person *gloom *gloom *gloom
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 19, 2009, 06:23:19 AM
JWP "PURE-SLAM 2009" July 19, 2009
Korakuen Hall
830 Fans


1. JWP Jr/POP Championship: Misaki Ohata (c) defeated Pinkie Mayuka (8:47) with the Hanamaru Dokkan. Ohata is successful in the 2nd defense.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Atsuko Emoto, Tomoka Nakagawa, & Hailey Hatred (12:26) when Keito used the Shubain on Nakagawa.
3. KAZUKI & Super Heel Toshie Uematsu defeated Sachie Abe & Ran Yu-Yu (15:52) when Uematsu used the Scorpion Clamp on Abe.
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Tojuki Leon (15:26) with the Diving Enzuigiri Kneedrop.
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (13:36) when Yoneyama used the U.S.-Zou on Bolshoi.  Bolshoi & Yabushita fail in the 2nd defense and Yoneyama & Sakura become the 32nd JWP champions and 5th Daily Sports Champions.
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Kyoko Kimura (20:05) with the Keene Hammer. Haruyama is successful in the 6th defense.

I've found a couple of pieces of info from blogs-no photos yet.  It sounds like rzombie's info was right and Pinkie's knee is injured.  The match did happen, but I suspect Pinkie may miss time and thus they kept the belt on Ohata.  I'm a bit disappointed that Leon didn't get the huge singles win, but she did force Hyuga to use her finisher of last resort.

You may all rejoice in that Yoneyama pinned Bolshoi and won the tag titles.

It sounds like Haruyama/Kimura was nuts and a MOTYC.  It was no DQ, so Kimura showed up with light tubes and barbed wire boards.  Also, Kimura supposedly did a footstomp from the balcony.  If that's true, that's insane.

No announcement was made, but I'd suspect Kuragaki could be next for Haruyama.  She's ran through pretty much every other reasonable choice on the JWP roster and now two big outsider heels.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2009, 06:29:57 AM
HOLY MOTHER FUCKING SHIT.....pretty much all the results I wanted..............when does this happen? .............to keep it short, this Gif'll explain all of my feelings
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Actually I will add more: I'm sad it had to happen this way, but I am glad Ohata gets to keep her title for a bit longer. Ohata might just be the kryptonite to pinky....remember Pinky also hurt her leg in their last match.

Two girls who never seem to get enough respect, Yoneyama and Sakura both at once get the JWP titles. Hopefully they get to keep them for a long time to come.

This definitely has a big possibility to be the SOTYC
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 19, 2009, 09:04:26 AM
Kimura & Haruyama are crazy.

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Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on July 19, 2009, 09:30:09 AM
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Tojuki Leon

BULL...

Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Kyoko Kimura

...SHIT
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 19, 2009, 10:01:38 AM
I cannot believe Kimura did a balcony footstomp. That's beyond insanity right there, especially on Korakuen's bleachers. I can't even walk safely across those things(doesn't help that I wear size 12's). That has to be the dive/spot of the year right there, right? I cannot imagine how she could do that without breaking anything or getting seriously messed up.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 19, 2009, 12:39:52 PM
The pic of the footstomp bump is awesome, not for the least of which is the giant "YONE-CHAN" banner!

What? You think I'm not gonna be happy to see Yoneyama fan support?

I really hope this show was taped in full. Sounds waaay better than alst years show.

Haruyama seems ot be on the road to Joshi MVP again because she can have an entertaining match with anyone.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on July 19, 2009, 12:56:35 PM
*glances at the pics* WHAT?! I know she didn't... Oh, wait. She dove from the balcony down to the bleachers. Insane!

Yoneyama finally wins a huge title, for once. Congrats!  *approve
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on July 19, 2009, 01:48:52 PM
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Tojuki Leon

BULL...

Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Kyoko Kimura

...SHIT
I'm with FLIK though somewhat less negative.


Anyways Kimura/Haruyama looks great. Kimura is damn good in deathmatches, but hasn't really gotten anyone in joshi to fully embrace the style with her. Happy to see someone finally oblige her.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2009, 01:54:50 PM
Well TO BE FAIR, Leon already pinned Hyuga last year, remember?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 19, 2009, 02:00:54 PM
I think Haruyama was the perfect choice for a deathmatch with Kimura, after all both of them have deathmatch experience.

And as for Yoneyama and the tag titles... isn't this her second time as JWP tag champ?

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2009, 02:06:59 PM
Yeah, Haruyama was her first JWP tag championship partner.

Emi/Yoneyama as a tag team = SOOOOOO Much win. Maybe they can defend again RA at Climax.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 19, 2009, 02:16:28 PM
I think Haruyama was the perfect choice for a deathmatch with Kimura, after all both of them have deathmatch experience.

And as for Yoneyama and the tag titles... isn't this her second time as JWP tag champ?

James

Actually Yone's third time, once with Haruyama, once with Leon, and now with Emi.

Haruyama can get a good/great match out of almost anyone.  Well, not Hotta.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2009, 02:25:18 PM
I actually liked her match with Hotta. Hotta stepped it up a bit and Haruyama bumped her ass off.

I'm kinda wondering if it was simply Pinky's leg that had Ohata win. I mean if it wasn't bad enough to keep her off the show, couldn't they have had her win and then keep her off shows for a few weeks or a month?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 19, 2009, 02:49:37 PM
methinks a new Haruyama banner withthose pics needs made... HARDCORE ORANGE BLOSSOM!

I really wanna see this match.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 20, 2009, 07:50:35 AM
More Haruyama vs Kimura photos at http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10303886793.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10303886793.html), thanks to Blog Resuner.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 20, 2009, 10:47:21 AM
I actually liked her match with Hotta. Hotta stepped it up a bit and Haruyama bumped her ass off.

I'm kinda wondering if it was simply Pinky's leg that had Ohata win. I mean if it wasn't bad enough to keep her off the show, couldn't they have had her win and then keep her off shows for a few weeks or a month?
My friend and I were talking about Ohata vs Pinky and it seems that the Japanese consensus was that Ohata would definitely win, while it seems most of us Americans had Pinky winning.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 22, 2009, 03:37:31 AM
Both Kayoko Haruyama and Pinkie Mayuka are going to miss JWP's dojo show this weekend.

Haruyama broke a rib in the title match (probably taking that insane balcony footstomp from Kimura) and Pinkie has ligament damage in her knee.  Haruyama's out for about 6 weeks-not sure on Pinkie.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sternness on July 22, 2009, 08:39:53 AM
Well that sucks... -_-

But not surprised at all. That dive was insane. It's a miracle Kimura didnt break her ankles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 22, 2009, 12:46:47 PM
Both may be out for a long time from what I've heard.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 23, 2009, 07:12:15 AM
JWP July 26, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs Makoto
2. Tojuki Leon vs Sachie Abe
3. Pool Match: Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & KAZUKI vs Azumi Hyuga, Keito, & Toshie Uematsu

Makoto and Toshie are subbing for the injured Pinkie Mayuka & Kayoko Haruyama.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 24, 2009, 08:11:14 AM
JWP is running a single day tournament, spread over two shows, to determine Haruyama's next challenger.  There are 14 wrestlers in the single elimination tournament, with Chihiro Oikawa and an unnamed Ice Ribbon wrestler getting first round byes.  Second round matchups are drawn by lottery after the first show, so we don't know exactly how the brackets will go.  This was the show that KAZUKI won last year and got the defense shortly afterwards.  Since Haruyama is out for a while, I'm going to predict a Kuragaki victory and the defense to be at the end of year show.

JWP August 2, 2009 (afternoon)
Itabashi Green Hall
#1 Contenders Tournament


1. First Round: Sachie Abe vs Yumi Ohka
2. First Round: Tojuki Leon vs Megumi Yabushita
3. First Round: Keito vs Toshie Uematsu
4. First Round: Azumi Hyuga vs Ayako Sato
5. First Round: Kaori Yoneyama vs KAZUKI
6. First Round: Command Bolshoi vs Tsubasa Kuragaki

JWP August 2, 2009 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall
#1 Contenders Tournament


1. Quarterfinal: Chihiro Oikawa vs X
2. Quarterfinal: Ice Ribbon Wrestler vs X
3. Quarterfinal: X vs X
4. Quarterfinal: X vs X
5. Semifinal: 1 vs 2
6. Semifinal: 3 vs 4
7. Battle Royale: First Round Losers
8. Final
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 24, 2009, 08:48:41 AM
1st round picks

Ohka
Leon
Toshie
Hyuga
Yone 
Tsubasa

and Leon to take the whole thing
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 26, 2009, 07:01:43 AM
JWP July 26, 2009
JWP Dojo
135 Fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Makoto (8:35) with a Reverse Cradle.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated Sachie Abe (12:26) with a Jackknife Style Hold.
3. Pool Match: Command Bolshoi. Tsubasa Kuragaki, & KAZUKI defeated Azumi Hyuga, Keito, &
Toshie Uematsu (17:24) when Kuragaki submerged Keito & Uematsu.

Obviously they should have made the swimming pool match the #1 Contender's match  *haha

I think it's kind of funny that JWP drew as much for a dojo show as NEO did yesterday for a regular show at Itabashi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 30, 2009, 04:25:41 AM
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hailey hatred is now a member of RA?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on August 03, 2009, 02:31:21 PM
JWP "JWP NO. 1 NATSUME DETERMINATION TOURNAMENT 2009", 02.08.2009 (13:00 Uhr)
Itabashi Green Hall
118 Fans

1. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Yumi Ohka WAVE besiegt Sachie Abe (6:31) mit einem Bloody EX.
2. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Tojuki Leon besiegt Megumi Yabushita (10:37) mit einem Captured Buster.
3. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Toshie Uematsu besiegt Keito (6:03) mit einem Gedo Clutch.
4. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Azumi Hyuga besiegt Ayako Sato (8:52) mit einem Michinoku Driver II.
5. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Kaori Yoneyama besiegt KAZUKI (6:09) mit dem U.S.-ZOU.
6. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 1: Tsubasa Kuragaki besiegt Command Bolshoi (14:50) mit einer Lariat.


JWP "JWP NO. 1 NATSUME DETERMINATION TOURNAMENT 2009", 02.08.2009 (17:00 Uhr)
Itabashi Green Hall
184 Fans

1. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 2: Kaori Yoneyama besiegt Makoto (6:48) mit einem Modified La Magistral.
2. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 2: Yumi Ohka WAVE besiegt Chihiro Oikawa (BattlARTS) (8:11) mit einem Tiger Suplex Hold.
3. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Round 2: Toshie Uematsu besiegt Azumi Hyuga (6:11) mit einem Michinoku Driver II Cutback.
4. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Semi Final: Kaori Yoneyama besiegt Tsubasa Kuragaki (0:40) mit dem U.S.-ZOU.
5. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Semi Final: Yumi Ohka WAVE besiegt Toshie Uematsu (4:22) mit einem Big Boot.
6. 6 Woman Battle Royal: KAZUKI besiegt Sachie Abe mit einem Tomoenage (10:20). Reihenfolge des Ausscheidens: Command Bolshoi, Megumi Yabushita, Keito, Ayako Sato & Sachie Abe.
7. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament - Final: Kaori Yoneyama besiegt Yumi Ohka WAVE (9:55) mit dem U.S.-ZOU.

purolove.com

I assume all fo you are dancing for joy right now. Where the hell is Josh I?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on August 03, 2009, 08:12:56 PM
I assume all fo you are dancing for joy right now. Where the hell is Josh I?

Pft, not me. 6 for 6 in my 1st round predictions but I so wanted Leon to take the whole thing, Yoneyama's a fine 2nd choice but yeah, nuts to her.

Did Leon/Kuragaki not take place in the 2nd round for some reason?



Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on August 03, 2009, 09:32:52 PM
A lot here are big on Yoneyama and think in general that she loses too much so they should be pleased with this. I'm a bigger Leon fan though so I'm kind of with you. I am happy that Ohka made the finals though.

No idea on what happened to Leon/Kuragaki. I didn't even notice Leon disappeared until you mentioned the match not taking place. Hopefully rzombie or Josh I. will have some details in the next day or two.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 04, 2009, 12:23:11 AM
Wonder if something happened to Kuragaki. Maybe she aggravated her injury. Cool to see Yumi Oka's booking improving also.
Considering Haruyama still has a rib injury to heal, and with her having so much hate for her own body, a 2 year title reign is a little much. I mean if her title reign lasts too much longer she could end up in retirment shape. So unless they're wanting her to get in one more defense before going to a rib cracking lariatfest and have Haruyama lose the title to Kuragaki, I think there's a really great chance Yoneyama could win the title and become triple crown.
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I take it this is Eivon:
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Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 04, 2009, 02:28:53 PM
Photos and results of Kuragaki vs Leon at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-684.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-684.html) and http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-685.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-685.html).

3. JWP Natsume Determination Tournament-Round 2: Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Tojuki Leon (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3a. Extra Time: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Tojuki Leon (1:12) with a Lariat.

I don't think the super short Kuragaki/Yoneyama match was anything more than letting Yone get a flukey win and giving in to the fact that she was working 4 singles matches that day and Kuragaki worked two long singles matches.  I expect Kayoko to have her last successful defense against Yone and will finally drop the title to either Kuragaki or Leon.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 04, 2009, 07:03:35 PM
If Leon gets the title before Yoneyama I might just give up on JWP.
Is that an extreme postion to take?
Sure, but c'mon, Kaori has dedicated her life for JWP. Giving it ot a non-trueborn before her would kinda annoy me.

Kuragaki on the other hand is a-ok with me because she is one of the most incredibly underrated women in all of wrestling.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 05, 2009, 02:01:03 AM
But Kuragaki already had the title before. Give it to Yoneyama please! She's never held the top gold in a promotion for. Just all the minor or tag titles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on August 05, 2009, 06:56:22 AM
JWP August 9, 2009
South Atami Marine Hall


1. KAZUKI vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Keito vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Sachie Abe vs GAMI
4. Azumi Hyuga & Io Shirai vs Kaori Yoneyama & Mio Shirai
5. Command Bolshoi & Jaguar Yokota vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon

I'm surpised to see Pinkie back this soon-hope it's not too soon.

JWP "PLUM MARIKO MEMORIAL" August 16, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Submission Only Battle Royale

This is in the mid-afternoon, in between the OZ Academy and LLPW shows at Korakuen Hall, both of which will have several JWP workers.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 05, 2009, 06:58:29 AM
JWP August 9, 2009
South Atami Marine Hall


1. KAZUKI vs Pinkie Mayuka
2. Keito vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Sachie Abe vs GAMI
4. Azumi Hyuga & Io Shirai vs Kaori Yoneyama & Mio Shirai
5. Command Bolshoi & Jaguar Yokota vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon

I'm surpised to see Pinkie back this soon-hope it's not too soon.

JWP "PLUM MARIKO MEMORIAL" August 16, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Submission Only Battle Royale

This is in the mid-afternoon, in between the OZ Academy and LLPW shows at Korakuen Hall, both of which will have several JWP workers.

Especially against someone who works so brutally on limbs with submissions and foreign objects.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on August 05, 2009, 09:12:26 AM
I love Kuragaki, but this time I'd prefer Yneyama to get the belt ! Unfortunately I fear that the love for big sizes that often japanese people have will advantage Kuragaki over Yoneyama or Leon...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on August 08, 2009, 04:00:20 AM
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HAPPY PANDAS EVERYWHERE!!!
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GO YONEYAMA!!! SHE BETTER WIN THIS ONE!!! SHE'S PAID HER DUES, DAMNIT!!!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 09, 2009, 08:44:42 AM
JWP August 9, 2009
South Atami Marine Hall
157 Fans


1. KAZUKI defeated Pinkie Mayuka (11:12) with a Diving Knee Drop.
2. Keito defeated Megumi Yabushita (12:00) with the Modified Shubain.
3. GAMI defeated Sachie Abe (14:37).
4. Azumi Hyuga & Io Shirai defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Mio Shirai (12:49) when Hyuga used a Cross Arm Suplex on Mio.
5. Command Bolshoi & Jaguar Yokota defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon (12:59) when Bolshoi used the Limelight on Kuragaki.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on August 11, 2009, 08:41:27 AM
I don't think anyone ever reported it on this board, but JWP have accepted two new trainees.  Masako Mochizuki (左が望月真子) is only 14, while Saya Kurogawa (右が黒川沙耶) is 20.  I think Mochizuki is on the left and Kurogawa on the right.

http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10168624196.html (http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10168624196.html)

Command Bolshoi announced on her blog that Saya Kurokawa (born 8/19/89), from Chiba, 163 cm, 65 kg, has passed her protest and will presumably be debuting in the near future.  If they do what they did with Pinkie Mayuka, she'll have a couple of exhibitions at dojo shows before a formal debut.  Her sports background is basketball and kendo and her "target" wrestler is Tsubasa Kuragaki.  I'm guessing with her size and look she's going to be more of a power wrestler than Pinkie.  Also, it sounds like they have another new trainee.  I'm not sure if the younger girl they announced last year is still training or if she quit.

http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20090811/18/piko-jwp/7f/49/j/t02200293_0480064010230904518.jpg (http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20090811/18/piko-jwp/7f/49/j/t02200293_0480064010230904518.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 16, 2009, 06:38:18 AM
A special one match show in between the OZ & LLPW shows at Korakuen Hall, with the expected tribute spot to end it.

JWP "PLUM MARIKO MEMORIAL" August 16, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Submission Only Battle Royale: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated KAZUKI (17:20) with the Stretch Plum.  Others, in order of elimination: Sachie Abe, Keito, Azumi Hyuga, GAMI, Tojuki Leon, Command Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on August 20, 2009, 02:23:22 PM
JWP August 21, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi vs Minori Makiba & Makoto
2. Sachie Abe vs Misaki Ohata
3. Keito vs Carlos Amano
4. Azumi Hyuga & Yuki Miyazaki vs Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu
5. Kaori Yoneyama & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon

The opener was supposed to be Pinkie Mayuka vs Makiba, but Pinkie got pulled.  I guess the knee is not good.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 21, 2009, 01:31:45 PM
JWP August 21, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Makoto & Minori Makiba defeated Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi (11:54) when Makoto used a Moonsault Press on Hoshi.
2. Sachie Abe defeated Misaki Ohata (12:54) with La Magistral.
3. Carlos Amano defeated Keito (12:20) with a Hammerlock.
4. Azumi Hyuga & Yuki Miyazaki defeated Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu (17:39) when Hyuga used the Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold on Bolshoi.
5. Tsbuasa Kuragaki & Tojuki Leon defeated Kaori Yoneyama & KAZUKI (16:38) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Yoneyama.

Nice to see Makoto gets built up for her upcoming "title" match (Ice Ribbon under 60 kg title) better than Yoneyama.  *livid

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on August 21, 2009, 02:12:10 PM
I can't help but laugh at that fact. I'm pulling for both women to win their respective titles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 22, 2009, 04:24:31 AM
Now they are making Yoneyama face Leon on September 6 for the title shot.  Winner vs Haruyama at the Korakuen Hall show on October 4th.

This is the "SUPER PREMIUM-10TH/15TH/20TH" show celebrating Yoneyama's 10th, Hyuga's 15th, and Bolshoi's 20th anniversary. 

I will guess that Yoneyama keeps her title shot, loses to Haruyama, and they do Haruyama vs Kuragaki at the JWP Climax show in December, where Hyuga is going to retire.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 22, 2009, 04:29:16 AM
I guess they did that to give Yoneyama something to do while they let Haruyama heal. Also I think they're doing this to solidify her #1 contendership.  I mean she didn't exactly go through JWP's heaviest hitters in her quest to get the #1 contenders. She did beat kuragaki, but only through a fluke roll-up in the first minute. If I'm right, I can only see them giving her the win against Haruyama. Then maybe have Kuragaki challenge her at Climax.

The other way could be 1joshI's theory, but then Yoneyama challenging Kuragaki for it saying how she beat her in the tournament.....I'm all about the grasping at straws.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 22, 2009, 04:42:39 AM
Remember that Yoneyama and Emi Sakura are still the JWP tag champs, so I think they'll remember that and have them defend those titles at JWP Climax, assuming Yone doesn't win the singles belt.

I'd book Yone/Emi vs Kimura/Emoto or Kimura/Nakagawa.  Between Yoneyama's bumping and ultra-spazzy energy and Emi's "I'm scared to death and will try to run away, but will then give it my all" schtick, that could be a lot of fun.  I don't know if JWP is gonna do anything else with R.A. or if that's over, though.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 30, 2009, 11:42:59 AM
JWP August 30, 2009
JWP Dojo
115 Fans


1. Keito defeated KAZUKI (6:13) with an Inside Cradle.
2. Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (11:47) with the Gedo Clutch.
3. JWP Mutsuki Marina Poolside Match: Azumi Hyuga, Kaori Yoneyama & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Command Bolshoi, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (16:58) when Hyuga submerged Abe.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on August 30, 2009, 11:53:48 AM
Pinkie Mayuka is going to have a "long-term" absence.  Apparently she has asthma on top of the bad knee, and that is a problem as well.  *gloom

No official word, but I think that new trainee Saya Kurokawa should be debuting soon.  Maybe the October Korakuen show? 

The main event of the show on 9/6 is Yoneyama trying to keep her title shot away from Leon.  I think Yone will keep it and get her shot next month at the 10th/15th/20th anniversaries show.  Kayoko is also returning from her broken ribs after the huge footstomp from Kimura. 

JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Sachie Abe vs Hiren
2. KAZUKI vs Emi Sakura
3. Kayoko Haruyama Return: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Io Shirai vs Command Bolshoi, Ran Yu-Yu, & Minori Makiba
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Tsubasa Kuragaki
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama vs Tojuki Leon

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (afternoon)
Itabashi Green Hall


JWP "BOLSHOI 20th ANNIVERSARY" September 22, 2009 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall


A*YU*MI, Ray, Ranmaru, Tiger Honey, Tigers Mask Lady, Hawaiian Bolshoi, Western Bolshoi, Electric Wave Mask Woman, ECO

Looks like a light show with the whole roster in masks, with some special guests.  I think Hyuga will be Tiger Honey, and Tojuki Leon is Tigers Mask Lady (that's the girl version of the Osaka Pro gimmick that dresses like a Hanshin Tiger baseball player).  I thought ECO (i.e. Keito) lost her mask.  They take this stuff serious in Mexico...

JWP "SUPER PREMIUM" October 4, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Yoneyama 10th Anniversary, Hyuga 15th Anniversary, Bolshoi 20th Anniversary


1. Bolshoi 20th Anniversary Match: Command Bolshoi & GAMI vs Jaguar Yokota & Tsubasa Kuragaki
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama/Tojuki Leon

They are saying this is Bolshoi's 20th anniversary, but I think the Bolshoi Kid character didn't debut until late 1991, indicating that she was around a few years before that.  Anyone out there enough of a historian of old JWP to know of any smaller workers that might have debuted in 1989 or 1990 that disappeared when the clown came in?  If so, that's probably the real identity.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 06, 2009, 08:20:01 AM
JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans


1. Sachie Abe defeated Hiren (12:06) with the Victory A Clutch.
2. Emi Sakura defeated KAZUKI (12:18) with a Moonsault Press.
3. Kayoko Haruyama Return: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Io Shirai defeated Command Bolshoi, Ran Yu-Yu, & Minori Makiba (20:43) when Keito used a Sleeper Hold on Makiba.
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (21:50) with the Toke Esplada.
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Tojuki Leon (22:41) with the U.S.-Zou.

All of the Yonemarks should be happy that Kaori keeps her title shot.  Yoneyama also is going to be getting a shot at the NEO High Speed title that Natsuki*Taiyo has, probably at NEO's next Korakuen show.  Plus Kaori and Emi Sakura are still JWP tag champions.

This isn't official, but a blogger makes it sound like we get one more Hyuga-Tamura singles match, to be at JWP's Korakuen Hall show in October that will also have the Haruyama-Yoneyama title match.  Also a rumor about a Nanae-Hyuga match at the next Passion Red show; not sure if this will be singles or a tag.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 06, 2009, 02:39:04 PM
*Passes out from amount of happiness making*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on September 06, 2009, 05:20:36 PM
JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans


1. Sachie Abe defeated Hiren (12:06) with the Victory A Clutch.

Hiren can't even win against JWP's resident jobber?

JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans

2. Emi Sakura defeated KAZUKI (12:18) with a Moonsault Press.

Nice to see Emi active at JWP

JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans

3. Kayoko Haruyama Return: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Io Shirai defeated Command Bolshoi, Ran Yu-Yu, & Minori Makiba (20:43) when Keito used a Sleeper Hold on Makiba.

Mini Mori's role obviously is to take the fall for everyone simply because "she has to pay her dues"

JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans

4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (21:50) with the Toke Esplada.

another retirement road to take *takes a box of Kleenex*

JWP September 6, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
139 Fans

5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Tojuki Leon (22:41) with the U.S.-Zou.

 *whee *whee *whee

This isn't official, but a blogger makes it sound like we get one more Hyuga-Tamura singles match, to be at JWP's Korakuen Hall show in October that will also have the Haruyama-Yoneyama title match.  Also a rumor about a Nanae-Hyuga match at the next Passion Red show; not sure if this will be singles or a tag.

*takes another box of Kleenex* i will cry now thinking of hyuga's retirement so that by the time she has REALLY hung up her boots, i've no more tears to shed
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on September 06, 2009, 06:53:10 PM
Quote
All of the Yonemarks should be happy that Kaori keeps her title shot.  Yoneyama also is going to be getting a shot at the NEO High Speed title that Natsuki*Taiyo has, probably at NEO's next Korakuen show.  Plus Kaori and Emi Sakura are still JWP tag champions.
Like Leon more, but I do hope Yoneyama actually takes the Openweight belt. Kind of annoyed though that they have her challenging Natsuki when she has a bigger title shot in JWP coming up. If she loses to Natsuki she looks bad, and if she wins then poor Natsuki's reign will have been cut short for no reason. Still I have to admit it would be kind of nice to see Yoneyama become a TCC. It would really put her over the on another level.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 12, 2009, 09:46:00 AM
JWP has two shows on the 22nd for the Itabashi Fall Festival.  The first show has a JWP vs "Fresh Fighters" (i.e. young jobbers) theme; the second is an all-masks show to honor Command Bolshoi.  JWP's trainee Saya Kurosawa has an exhibition match, which probably means she will have an official debut in the near future.

Also, more of the card for the October show at Korakuen is available.  Nanae challenged JWP, so there is going to be a Passion Red vs JWP tag, participants to be determined.  Maybe Nanae is going to win the NEO belts from Tamura and they'll do Nanae-Kayoko for the triple crown at the end of the year?  (just idle speculation)


JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (afternoon)
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Exhibition: Sachie Abe vs Saya Kurokawa
2. JWP vs Fresh Fighters I: Keito vs Minori Makiba
3. JWP vs Fresh Fighters II: Tojuki Leon vs Io Shirai
4. JWP vs Fresh Fighters III: KAZUKI & Sachie Abe vs Hiren & DASH Chisako
5. Mita Retirement Road: Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Etsuko Mita vs Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Kaori Yoneyama

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall


Bolshoi Kid, Command Bolshoi, Ranmaru, Ray, A*YU*MI, ECO, Sarubobo, Kumabobo, Tiger Honey, Electric Wave Mask
Woman, Tigers Mask Lady, Western Bolshoi, Hawaiian Bolshoi, Queen Bolshoi, Sky Girl, others

JWP "SUPER PREMIUM" October 4, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Yoneyama 10th Anniversary, Hyuga 15th Anniversary, Bolshoi 20th Anniversary


1. Passion Red vs JWP: TBA
2. Bolshoi 20th Anniversary Match: Command Bolshoi & GAMI vs Jaguar Yokota & Tsubasa Kuragaki
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Yoshiko Tamura
4. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 12, 2009, 02:26:58 PM
Having Tamura vs Hyuga, a Title match, a Passion Red vs JWP match , AND Jaguar really makes me believe this is gonna air. Still hoping it goes the Yoneyama becomes quadruple crown again, instead of Yoneyama loses this and put over Natsuki or wins the high speed crown as a consolation prize.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 21, 2009, 08:52:48 AM
Makoto is replacing Etsuko Mita, still out after that nasty head laceration.

I don't have all of the masked gimmicks figured out. Any correction or help is appreciated!  I think Tiger Honey and Tigers Mask Lady will be Hyuga & Leon.

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (afternoon)
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Exhibition: Sachie Abe vs Saya Kurokawa
2. JWP vs Fresh Fighters I: Keito vs Minori Makiba
3. JWP vs Fresh Fighters II: Tojuki Leon vs Io Shirai
4. JWP vs Fresh Fighters III: KAZUKI & Sachie Abe vs Hiren & DASH Chisako
5. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Makoto vs Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Kaori Yoneyama

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Welcome to the Masked World I: Bolshoi Kid & A*YU*MI vs Tiger Honey & Tigers Mask Lady
2. Welcome to the Masked World II: ボリえもん & ボリミちゃん vs Ranmaru & Denpakamen Jossuru (Electric Wave Mask Woman)
3. Welcome to the Masked World III: Western Bolshoi & Masked Sky Girl vs Ray & プッティート・アンド
4. It's a Small BOLSHOI World Battle Royale: Command Bolshoi, Hawaiian Bolshoi, Queen Bolshoi, Western Bolshoi, ボリ えもん, ボリミ, Masked Sky Girl, Tojuki Leon, ECO, Sarubobo, others
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on September 21, 2009, 09:22:15 AM
Makoto is a strange choice to replace Mita with. I know she has been tagging with her her the last year or so, but damn is she no near the level of anyone involved in that match.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 22, 2009, 01:47:03 PM
I've only found results from the afternoon show, not the all-masked evening show.  Pretty standard, all the fresh fighters lost.  Well, at least Makoto didn't have to take the Metal Wing.  Yoneyama and Haruyama talked trash afterwards.  Yonehawtness seems to think she's going to win her 5th belt.

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (afternoon)
Itabashi Green Hall
179 Fans


1. Exhibition: Sachie Abe vs Saya Kurokawa (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. JWP vs Fresh Fighters I: Keito defeated Minori Makiba (8:38) with a Heel Drop.
3. JWP vs Fresh Fighters II: Tojuki Leon defeated Io Shirai (11:43) with the Mad Splash.
4. JWP vs Fresh Fighters III: KAZUKI & Sachie Abe defeated Hiren & DASH Chisako (13:25) when KAZUKI used Death by Roderick on Hiren.
5. Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Makoto (26:03) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on September 22, 2009, 02:01:20 PM
Kind of surprised Makoto didn't take the fall. What is the Metal Wing?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 22, 2009, 05:13:38 PM
Kind of surprised Makoto didn't take the fall. What is the Metal Wing?

The Metal Wing is that move where Kuragaki gets the opponent up in a Splash Mountain-like position and gives her a Facebuster.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 23, 2009, 03:45:56 AM
I still need help on some of the masked gimmicks.  I haven't seen any photos which could help.

JWP "ITABASHI FALL FESTIVAL" September 22, 2009 (evening)
Itabashi Green Hall
180 Fans


1. Welcome to the Masked World I: Tiger Honey & Tigers Mask Lady defeated Bolshoi Kid & A*YU*MI (10:12) when Honey used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Kid.
2. Welcome to the Masked World II: Ranmaru & Denpakamen Jossuru (Electric Wave Mask Woman) defeated ボリえもん & ちゃん (10:08) when Jossuru beat ボリミ.
3. Welcome to the Masked World III: Western Bolshoi & Masked Sky Girl defeated Ray & プッティート・アンド (15:42) when Western used a Western Lariat on プッティート・アンド.
4. It's a Small BOLSHOI World Battle Royale: Command Bolshoi defeated Tojuki Leon (19:43) with the Limelight. Others, in order of elimination: Ranmaru, ボリえもん & ちゃん, プッティート・アンド. A*YU*MI, Masked Sky Girl, ECO, Ray, Queen Bolshoi & Hawaiian Bolshoi, Western Bolshoi, Sarubobo.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Joshi N. Sanity on September 23, 2009, 11:01:04 AM
What is Yoneyama's "U.S.-Zou" ?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 24, 2009, 04:50:06 AM
Cards for the next dojo show and the SUPER PREMIUM show at Korakuen Hall on the 4th.  The deal with JWP vs Passion Red is Nanae announced that they did a lottery to pick 3 wrestlers and that Nanae, Kana, and "Passion Hottei" were the lucky ones selected.  Bolshoi got pissed as it is obvious that "Hottei" is Yumiko Hotta, who was expelled from JWP.  It does appear that the silly name change is going to be enough to get "Hottei" back in.

Hyuga, Bolshoi, and Yoneyama are all having anniversary matches.  I guess Bolshoi must have debuted in 1989, although I don't think the Bolshoi Kid character appeared until 1991 or 1992, so she probably worked unmasked as herself for those first few years.  I have seen and know little about that era of JWP-any historians know or suspect the real identity of Bolshoi.  I guess if there's a small worker who came along in 89 and disappeared a few years later, that's probably Bolshoi, or maybe I should not try to ruin the mystery.

Oh, and the trainee Saya Kurokawa (born 8/19/88, 163 cm, 65 kg), who had an exhibition a few days ago, will have her formal debut.  She's following the great JWP tradition of changing your name.  Her ring name will be Chisato Kuroki (I think), or 黒木千里.

JWP September 27, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Sachie Abe
2. Kaori Yoneyama vs KAZUKI
3. Azumi Hyuga, Tojuki Leon, & Jaguar Yokota vs Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Keito

JWP "SUPER PREMIUM" October 4, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Yoneyama 10th Anniversary, Hyuga 15th Anniversary, Bolshoi 20th Anniversary


1. Chisato Kuroki Debut Match: Chisato Kuroki (黒木千里) vs Minori Makiba
2. Keito vs Emi Sakura
3. Passion Red vs JWP: Nanae Takahashi, Kana, & "Passion Hottei" vs Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Tojuki Leon
4. Hyuga 15th Anniversary Match: Azumi Hyuga vs Yoshiko Tamura
5. Bolshoi 20th Anniversary Match: Command Bolshoi & GAMI vs Jaguar Yokota & Tsubasa Kuragaki
6. JWP Openweight Championship & Yoneyama 10th Anniversary Match: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on September 24, 2009, 08:28:49 AM
Had a feeling Hotta joining Passion Red was a way for her to get back into to JWP.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on September 24, 2009, 08:48:30 AM
I think it might be the Shiranui, but I may be wrong....
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on September 24, 2009, 11:22:00 AM
Code Red
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on September 24, 2009, 11:43:06 AM
Had a feeling Hotta joining Passion Red was a way for her to get back into to JWP.

Oh, where's the sheer irony in that? In any case, from the way the card looks, we could be looking at some fine entertainment, am I wrong? Two things are for sure: the Hyuga/Tamura contest is going to exude a ton of fireworks and Yoneyama has a shot of becoming a Triple Crown winner. As a certain former Cowboys wide receiver would say, "Get your popcorn ready!"
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 24, 2009, 11:47:01 AM
I thought that was Yone-Zou?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 24, 2009, 11:48:00 AM
Had a feeling Hotta joining Passion Red was a way for her to get back into to JWP.

Oh, where's the sheer irony in that? In any case, from the way the card looks, we could be looking at some fine entertainment, am I wrong? Two things are for sure: the Hyuga/Tamura contest is going to exude a ton of fireworks and Yoneyama has a shot of becoming a Triple Crown winner. As a certain former Cowboys wide receiver would say, "Get your popcorn ready!"

Yoneyama has 4 titles right now. This would be her fifth if she won it.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on September 24, 2009, 12:25:40 PM
Oops. I lost count at numero tres.  *bwah
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on September 24, 2009, 12:29:08 PM
Commentator clearly says U.S zou when she hits the code red on Natsuki in their recent match. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Joshi N. Sanity on September 24, 2009, 04:51:02 PM
Thanks to all who responded. I wonder how they come up with such eccentric names?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on September 24, 2009, 05:52:54 PM
Had a feeling Hotta joining Passion Red was a way for her to get back into to JWP.

this time around, she will be accompanied by non-JWP wrestlers. (this move comes across as "jumping the bandwagon" re: Passion Red)

about haruyama, hasn't her title reign got too long already? (fortunately for us fans, her next contender is yoneyama)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 24, 2009, 06:01:44 PM
Thanks to all who responded. I wonder how they come up with such eccentric names?

(http://i733.photobucket.com/albums/ww331/haistapaska/SDC10214.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Joshi N. Sanity on September 24, 2009, 07:49:19 PM
I assume this is the method Tojuki Leon used to come up with the "Leon Stone" as well as Asuka's LSD's? *haha

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on September 25, 2009, 06:27:55 PM
I found out that Sarubobo is Salbobo. The name & gimmick comes from a special doll made in Hidatakayama City.

Also, Io Shirai played Tenkuh Shoujo Lasuka. There was also an Ando on the show.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 26, 2009, 11:49:26 AM
Here's a Youtube of the JWP press conference for SUPER PREMIUM.  We have Hyuga & Tamura talking about their match, Nanae's silly lottery that results in "Passion Hottei" getting in the Passion Red vs JWP match, Bolshoi getting pissed at Hotta, and Yoneyama with many title belts jawing with Haruyama.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbEGqfb-rS4
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 27, 2009, 05:35:41 AM
This dojo show is leading up to next weekend's show at Korakuen Hall.  Saya Kurokawa will have her official debut next week with her new ring name "Chisato Kuroki".  Yoneyama won her match by popping a balloon set up in the neutral corner.  The main event had typical weird stipulations involving eating food and the like.

JWP Speptemer 27, 2009
JWP Dojo
127 Fans


1. Exhibition Match: Tojuki Loen vs Saya Kurokawa (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Sachie Abe (10:01) with a Lariat.
3. Balloon Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated KAZUKI (7:28) by breaking the balloon tied in the neutral corner.
4. Azumi Hyuga, Tojuki Leon, & Jaguar Yokota defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Keito (18:45) when Hyuga used a Gannosuke Clutch on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 27, 2009, 05:52:20 AM
I found out that Sarubobo is Salbobo. The name & gimmick comes from a special doll made in Hidatakayama City.

Also, Io Shirai played Tenkuh Shoujo Lasuka. There was also an Ando on the show.

Is "Tenkuh Shoujo Lasuka" what I was calling "Masked Sky Girl"?  Io would make sense for such a gimmick.

I found some photos from this show and the earlier one from that day.

http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-692.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-692.html)

http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-691.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-691.html)




Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 04, 2009, 12:05:24 AM
(http://blog-imgs-32-origin.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/054_090922.jpg)
is that Tiger Honey?

(http://blog-imgs-32-origin.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/056_090922.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 04, 2009, 09:51:31 AM
JWP "SUPER PREMIUM" October 4, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Yoneyama 10th Anniversary, Hyuga 15th Anniversary, Bolshoi 20th Anniversary
859 Fans


1. Chisato Kuroki Debut Match: Minori Makiba defeated Chisato Kuroki (7:27) with a Diving Body Press.
2. Emi Sakura defeated Keito (9:06) with La Magistral.
3. Passion Red vs JWP: Nanae Takahashi, Kana, & "Passion Hottei" defeated Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Tojuki Leon (16:02) when Takahashi used the Nanaracka on Abe.
4. Hyuga 15th Anniversary Match: Yoshiko Tamura defeated Azumi Hyuga (23:25) with the Mount Cook.
5. Bolshoi 20th Anniversary Match: Command Bolshoi & GAMI defeated Jaguar Yokota & Tsubasa Kuragaki (15:05) when Bolshoi used the Limelight on Kuragaki.
6. JWP Openweight Championship & Yoneyama 10th Anniversary Match: Kayoko Haruyama (c) defeated Kaori Yoneyama (22:18) with the Keene Hammer.  Haruyama is successful in the 7th defense.

I can see the tears and hear the wails from the Yoneyama army.  I'm sensing Haruyama vs Nanae for CLIMAX 2009, with the winner taking on Tamura in another triple crown match at one of NEO's big anniversary shows in 2010.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 04, 2009, 11:34:20 AM
*wail *wail *wail *gloom *gloom *gloom *gloom


SO SAD

I seriously don't see why they don't see the star power in the yoneyama. Maybe she'll get the main title when she's 40 *sigh*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 05, 2009, 12:32:34 AM
 *wail
WHY? [/nancy kerrigan]
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on October 05, 2009, 06:47:29 AM
That's it... I'm done with JWP!  *livid *livid *livid

I'm tired of banging my head against a wall. Kaori could be their lead babyface if there were any sort of longterm angles that played out if it didn't involve Bolshoi play off the fact she got kicked really hard in 1993.

I'm only watching Yoneyama's JWP matches from now on. The rest of JWP can burn... I'M DONE!

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on October 05, 2009, 07:10:20 AM
Disappointed Yoneyama didn't win, but am not really surprised at the loss. Like her fine, but she really doesn't have the star power or potential to be beating someone who is ace.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 05, 2009, 08:02:04 AM
There's a Youtube of clips from Hyuga-Tamura, Bolshoi & GAMI vs Jaguar & Kuragaki, and Haruyama vs Yoneyama up already.  That "Mount Cook" finisher that Tamura has now for elite opponents is quite the death move.

Yoneyama was bawling her eyes out and screaming her lungs out at Haruyama after the match and she doesn't seem to be a happy camper.  I don't think Kaori's down with "Bari Bari Saikyo #1" anymore and I think they are going to keep Kaori lurking around the top of the card.  If she ever does win the title, she'll blow the roof off.  Even Chigusa didn't make Meiko chase this long.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLnFi-Ucy3Y
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 05, 2009, 08:17:49 AM
Purolove said it's on samuraiTV, So I'll wait.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: HybridOctopus.Ozaki-lover on October 05, 2009, 08:23:25 AM
why is everyone so sad?
Kayoko is an amazing champ and its nice to see shes having a long title reign.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 05, 2009, 02:24:45 PM
I don't think Kaori's down with "Bari Bari Saikyo #1" anymore and I think they are going to keep Kaori lurking around the top of the card.  If she ever does win the title, she'll blow the roof off.  Even Chigusa didn't make Meiko chase this long.

kaori, please turn heel. it's about damned time anyway to be pissed off about this
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on October 05, 2009, 03:39:44 PM
Do I have to mop the floor around here or what?  *bwah

Even though the result of the main event wasn't surprising, this won't be the last we'll see Yoneyama in the title hunt. And as I stated on TEH EVIL:

Mt. Cook, DANGER-OOUUSS!!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 05, 2009, 05:36:39 PM
Picture of JWP's new rookie
(http://sixpop.com/files/1171/86c1cce8.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on October 05, 2009, 06:34:08 PM
We get to see more, MT. COOOOOOOOOOOOOOK !!!!!  *approve


A Yoneyama heel reign would look nice. In anything I can see her winning the Openweight title,
in possibly Janurary right after Azumi is officially retired.
Besides right now JWP needs a strong heel.

...thats just my opinion.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 06, 2009, 08:07:31 PM
We get to see more, MT. COOOOOOOOOOOOOOK !!!!!  *approve


A Yoneyama heel reign would look nice. In anything I can see her winning the Openweight title,
in possibly Janurary right after Azumi is officially retired.
Besides right now JWP needs a strong heel.

...thats just my opinion.

that was the reason why i didn't have a problem about yoneyama throwing a bitch fit because WE fans would do the same (we already did right?)

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on October 08, 2009, 11:42:49 PM
Does anyone know if that show with Hyuga vs Tamura and Yoneyama vs Haruyama will be televised?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 09, 2009, 03:37:12 PM
JWP has a pair of shows on the 18th.

JWP October 18, 2009 (afternoon)
Kitasenju Mini Theater 1010


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Chisato Kuroki
2. Keito vs Hikaru Shida
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Misaki Ohata vs Command Bolshoi & Ryo Mizunami
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs KAZUKI
5. JWP vs Passion Red: Kayoko Haruyama, Sachie Abe, & Tojuki Leon vs Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo, & Passion Hottei

JWP October 18, 2009 (evening)
Kitasenju Mini Theater 1010


1. Chisato Kuroki vs Ryo Mizunami
2. Keito vs Ice Ribbon
3. JWP High Speed 3WAY Match: Kaori Yoneyama vs Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon
4. Mita Retirement Road: Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu vs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 09, 2009, 08:07:37 PM
I seriously need to get the dvd of that second card.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sternness on October 10, 2009, 03:46:07 AM
Does anyone know if that show with Hyuga vs Tamura and Yoneyama vs Haruyama will be televised?
The 10/4 Korakuen airs on 10/27 (2 hours).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 14, 2009, 02:14:30 AM
i still haven't gotten over kaori's loss. why prolong the chase?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2009, 09:14:45 AM
JWP ran a pair of shows at Kitasenju Mini Theater.  The first show seemed to be about setting up feuds, and the second more about sentiment.

After Ohata beat Mizunami in this tag match, it was announced by Bolshoi that the JWP Junior and POP titles have been officially merged together.  Supposedly the POP title was only for people in their first 3 years of their career, but Bolshoi waved a magic wand and now it's 5 years like the JWP Jr. title.  Ohata & Miz are going to face each other for that title at the December Sendai Girls show.  I smell title change.  Also, Miz actually debuted in November 2004 in GAEA, so I guess we aren't counting the two years between GAEA's demise and her comeback in Sendai.  Miz did get to squash JWP's rookie Chisato Kuroki in the second show.

Also, JWP beat Passion Red after "Hottei" accidentally struck Natsuki, leading to Leon's pin.  There was a lot of talking and shoving after the match.  Nanae wants a title shot, but I think Sachie Abe says that it's her turn.  LOL.  My guess is that Abe will get fed to Nanae in a #1 Contender's Match and we will have Nanae vs Kayoko at CLIMAX 2009.

Leon beat Yoneyama and Bolshoi in a three way "High Speed" match.  I could see Yoneyama vs Leon for the High Speed title.  Also, it seems Keito doesn't like Ice Ribbon very much.

JWP October 18, 2009 (afternoon)
Kitasenju Mini Theater 1010
115 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Chisato Kuroki (7:30) with the Argentine Backbreaker.
2. Keito defeated Hikaru Shida (7:27) with the Heel Drop.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Misaki Ohata defeated Command Bolshoi & Ryo Mizunami (16:52) when Ohata used the Hanamaru Dokkan on Mizunami.
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga defeated KAZUKI (16:06) with a Diving Enzuigiri Knee.
5. JWP vs Passion Red: Kayoko Haruyama, Sachie Abe, & Tojuki Leon defeated Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo, & Passion Hottei (23:00) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Taiyo after a mistaken Palm Strike by Hottei.

JWP October 18, 2009 (evening)
Kitasenju Mini Theater 1010
140 Fans


1. Ryo Mizunami defeated Chisato Kuroki (5:46) with a Diving Guillotine Drop.
2. Keito defeated Kazumi Shimouma (10:13) with a Falcon Arrow.
3. JWP High Speed 3WAY Match: Tojuki Leon defeated Command Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama (11:41) with a Jackknife Hold on Bolshoi.
4. Mita Retirement Road: Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (21:10) when Shimoda used the Death Lake Driver on Abe.
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu (22:01) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Hyuga.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: kudofanatic on October 18, 2009, 10:09:03 AM
Not to sound clueless, but why was Hotta part of Passion Red instead of Kana in the JWP v Passion Red tag match *umm
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on October 18, 2009, 10:57:08 AM
About time the announced the merging of the belts. I wonder why it took them so long to actually merge them. I hope they keep it as two belts instead of making a new belt or just using the JWP jr. belt.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 20, 2009, 04:38:56 AM
JWP has announced a dojo show and several of Hyuga's matches.

JWP October 25, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs Chisato Kuroki
2. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Bolshoi Kid
3. Halloween Tag Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Tojuki Leon vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI

I think Haruyama is going to dress up like a pumpkin.

JWP November 3, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. JWP vs Passion Red: Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei
2. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Tojuki Leon

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Kaori Yoneyama

JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

JWP December 6, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Command Bolshoi
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on October 20, 2009, 05:52:59 AM
JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

This I want to see
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on October 21, 2009, 01:49:59 AM
JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

i hope this would put the hyuga-ran rivalry in the past in good teary-eyed nostalgia for me

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 24, 2009, 06:07:13 AM
A full card for 11/3

JWP November 3, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Keito vs Hamuko Hoshi
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Chisato Kuroki vs KAZUKI & Misaki Ohata
3. JWP vs Passion Red: Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Tojuki Leon
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi vs Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 25, 2009, 08:47:04 AM
JWP October 25, 2009
JWP Dojo
120 Fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Chisato Kuroki (8:19) with a Double Wrist Armsault.
2. Bolshoi Kid defeated Azumi Hyuga (14:02) with the Limelight.
3. Halloween Tag Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (20:38) when Haruyama used a Lariat on KAZUKI.

Surprised Hyuga lost to Bolshoi as the clown.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on October 25, 2009, 02:39:23 PM
JWP October 25, 2009
JWP Dojo
120 Fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Chisato Kuroki (8:19) with a Double Wrist Armsault.
2. Bolshoi Kid defeated Azumi Hyuga (14:02) with the Limelight.
3. Halloween Tag Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, & Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Sachie Abe, & KAZUKI (20:38) when Haruyama used a Lariat on KAZUKI.

Surprised Hyuga lost to Bolshoi as the clown.

Don't underestimate the clown. Once upon a time the clown even pulled an upset against Chigusa Nagayo.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on October 27, 2009, 04:10:47 AM
Don't underestimate the clown. Once upon a time the clown even pulled an upset against Chigusa Nagayo.

well the clown can punt too
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 29, 2009, 08:36:14 AM
Here's two girls that could have been Bolshoi
Maiko Tsurugi - Can only find stuff of her from JWP between 89 - 90, but she won a tag title with Eagle and I think one with Devil....not exactly a seeming possibility for a midget rookie....
Mie Dohiki - Supposedly very talented rookie and SUPER QUICK but kinda disappeared. Only documented stuff were between 89 - 90
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 05, 2009, 05:57:25 AM
In addition to the various Hyuga retirement road matches, JWP has also released some #1 Contenders matches and Haruyama's next title defense.

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Next Challenger Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
2. NEO High Speed Championsihp Next Challenger Match: Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Kaori Yoneyama

JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs X
2. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

JWP December 6, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Emi Sakura
2. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Command Bolshoi
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 05, 2009, 06:07:40 AM
Keito continues to PWN the Ice Ribbon roster, Ohata pins the rookie, Hotta shuts Sachie Abe up, Hyuga continues to job herself out (she's being very unselfish on her way out), and there's a brewing feud between Emi and Kayoko.

JWP November 3, 2009
Tokyo Cinema Club
197 Fans


1. Keito defeated Hamuko Hoshi (5:27) with the Heel Drop.
1a. Keito defeated Chii Tomiya (3:17) with the Falcon Arrow.
2. KAZUKI & Misaki Ohata defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Chisato Kuroki (15:41) when Ohata used a Diving Body Press on Kuroki.
3. JWP vs Passion Red: Passion Hottei defeated Sachie Abe (15:59) with La Magistral.
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Tojuki Leon defeated Azumi Hyuga (24:50) with the Captured Buster.
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi (16:12) when Sakura used La Magistral on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on November 05, 2009, 08:33:24 AM
Really wish they would give Ray some matches in JWP as a part of this whole JWP vs. Passion Red feud. Hotta and Taiyo seems like such an odd combination compared to Hotta/Kana or Natsuki/Ray.

Emi getting a title shot feels weird and annoys me just a bit since she has no chance of winning and this means Haruyama is going into next year as champ.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 05, 2009, 10:32:54 AM
Really wish they would give Ray some matches in JWP as a part of this whole JWP vs. Passion Red feud. Hotta and Taiyo seems like such an odd combination compared to Hotta/Kana or Natsuki/Ray.

Emi getting a title shot feels weird and annoys me just a bit since she has no chance of winning and this means Haruyama is going into next year as champ.

It's just at Shinjuku, Haruyama will most likely defend one more time at Climax....unless what I think might happen comes to fruition...it sorta seems like Yoneyama and Sakura Emi are going to defend the tag titles against Bari Bari Saikyo #1 team. Yone's speach and mentioning BARI BARI BARI BARI BARI BARI BARI BARI BARI, and now Emi getting a title shot...it feels like either they may just have a tag title defense at Climax, or they're building up to Bari Bari vs YonEmi for at Mania-x
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: xxstylishtarxx on November 05, 2009, 04:16:25 PM
Please people,watch the channel of my friend Passione2002r on youtube,he has uploaded the jwp which was broadcasted this month in japan.
It would be also cool that you congratulate him for his tons of uploads.Thank,in advance.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 05, 2009, 09:56:12 PM
I think maybe Hyuga may face Fukuoka in her retirement match. Fukuoka came back for that wave show and did all her old moves. I mean Hyuga's exhausted all the choices besides Haruyama for her reitrement road..so I don't see whom else she'd face.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on November 06, 2009, 08:23:28 PM
I think maybe Hyuga may face Fukuoka in her retirement match. Fukuoka came back for that wave show and did all her old moves. I mean Hyuga's exhausted all the choices besides Haruyama for her reitrement road..so I don't see whom else she'd face.

While I had speculated that also after watching the WAVE show, I am having a hard time imagining the outcome of that match. It'd be weird for Fukuoka to come out of retirement to win over Azumi who had succeeded and surpassed her back in the 90's. And if Fukuoka is going to put Hyuga over, it's kind of like, been there done that...it'd make more sense for Hyuga to face someone her generation for her retirement I think, and even more sense for someone of a newer generation to pass the baton. Who though.....? Maybe Rocco's right, maybe Yone?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on November 07, 2009, 06:04:10 PM
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Tojuki Leon defeated Azumi Hyuga (24:50) with the Captured Buster.

so in JWP, a retirement road could mean 2 matches with the same opponent (plus a trading of pinfalls)?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 11, 2009, 06:37:34 AM
A partial card for November 20th-there's your Hyuga vs Yoneyama singles match. Hyuga's put over Haruyama, Kuragaki, and Leon so far; is it Kaori's turn?

I'm expecting Hyuga's final match to be a tag rather than a singles, with the opponents chosen mainly for sentimental reasons.  It would be sort of interesting if Fukuoka did another match, although I'm not expecting it.

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Next Challenger Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
2. NEO High Speed Championsihp Next Challenger Match: Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on November 11, 2009, 07:51:16 PM
A partial card for November 20th-there's your Hyuga vs Yoneyama singles match. Hyuga's put over Haruyama, Kuragaki, and Leon so far; is it Kaori's turn?

I'm expecting Hyuga's final match to be a tag rather than a singles, with the opponents chosen mainly for sentimental reasons.  It would be sort of interesting if Fukuoka did another match, although I'm not expecting it.

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Next Challenger Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
2. NEO High Speed Championsihp Next Challenger Match: Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Kaori Yoneyama
My three possibilites for Hyuga's retirement are:
1) Tag match with her classmates
2) vs Haruyama
3) vs Fukuoka.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 14, 2009, 01:41:18 PM
No announcements about Hyuga's final match, but a couple of complete cards.  I predict Leon to win the shot at the High Speed championship and expect we'll have Yoneyama vs Leon at CLIMAX.  I'll pick the Passion Red Freebirds to win the tag shot and maybe cash that in at the Shinjuku FACE show on 12/6.  I wonder if Yone will get the elusive singles win over Hyuga like Kuragaki & Leon have?

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. KAZUKI vs Chisato Kuroki
2. NEO High Speed Championsihp Next Challenger 3WAY Match: Command Bolshoi vs Tojuki Leon vs Ayako Sato
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Keito vs Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Next Challenger Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Kaori Yoneyama

JWP November 22, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Azumi Hyuga vs Chisato Kuroki
2. Kayoko Haruyama vs KAZUKI
3. Command Bolshoi, Tojuki Leon, & Keito vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kaori Yoneyama, & Sachie Abe
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 20, 2009, 04:43:18 PM
Hopefully these results are correct, I translated them from JWP's website...
JWP, November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall

They claimed 164 paid (full house/No vacancy).
KAZUKI beat Chisato Kuroki in 8:52.

Ayako Sato beat Command Bolshoi & Tojuki Leon in a 3-way in 7:44 by pinning Bolshoi. As a result, Sato will get the next shot at NEO High Speed Champion Kaori Yoneyama on TBA.

Kayoko Haruyama & Keito beat Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi in 11:08. Keito pinned Hoshi.

Passion Hotty & Natsuki*Taiyo beat Sachie Abe & Tsubasa Kuragaki in 20:19. Hotty pinned Abe after Pyramid Driver. As a result, Hotty & Natsuki get the next shot at JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura on 11/29/09.

Azumi Hyuga Retirement Road: Kaori Yoneyama beat Azumi Hyuga in 24:24.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 20, 2009, 04:54:18 PM
Hopefully these results are correct, I translated them from JWP's website...
JWP, November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall

They claimed 164 paid (full house/No vacancy).
KAZUKI beat Chisato Kuroki in 8:52.

Ayako Sato beat Command Bolshoi & Tojuki Leon in a 3-way in 7:44 by pinning Bolshoi. As a result, Sato will get the next shot at NEO High Speed Champion Kaori Yoneyama on TBA.

Kayoko Haruyama & Keito beat Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi in 11:08. Keito pinned Hoshi.

Passion Hotty & Natsuki*Taiyo beat Sachie Abe & Tsubasa Kuragaki in 20:19. Hotty pinned Abe after Pyramid Driver. As a result, Hotty & Natsuki get the next shot at JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura on 11/29/09.

Azumi Hyuga Retirement Road: Kaori Yoneyama beat Azumi Hyuga in 24:24.

Yep-I have a few more finishers.  Ayako Sato got the upset by poaching the pinfall when Leon had Bolshoi in a Jackknife Hold.  Hyuga continues to put people over on her way out (Haruyama, Amano, Kuragaki, Bolshoi, Leon, now Yoneyama).  Hyuga has two more big singles left (unless there's another one on the retirement show)-Ran Yu-Yu on 11/29 in Osaka and Meiko Satomura on 12/20 in Sendai.

Unfortunately, I read that Yoneyama was injured and pulled from Ice Ribbon over the weekend.  Not sure about the injury or severity.

JWP November 20, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
164 Fans


1. KAZUKI defeated Chisato Kuroki (8:52) with a Diving Knee Drop.
2. NEO High Speed Championsihp Next Challenger 3WAY Match: Ayako Sato defeated Command Bolshoi & Tojuki Leon (7:44) by pinning Bolshoi while Leon was using a Jackknife Hold.
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Keito defeated Emi Sakura & Hamuko Hoshi (11:08) when Keito used the Falcon Arrow on Hoshi.
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Next Challenger Match: Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe (20:19) when Hottei used the Pyramid Driver on Abe.
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Azumi Hyuga (24:24) with the U.S.-Zou.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 20, 2009, 05:53:10 PM
I had a slight feeling Yone might still job, but this is great!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 21, 2009, 06:47:58 AM
Quote
Unfortunately, I read that Yoneyama was injured and pulled from Ice Ribbon over the weekend.  Not sure about the injury or severity.
Confirmed at least for today, Ice Ribbon announced before their show today that Kaori was off due to a head injury. She was to have teamed with Emi but they replaced her with Riho. She's not scheduled for tomorrow's show but this could affect Monday's event-she & Emi are scheduled to make their V1 (first) defense of Ice Ribbon Tag Team Titles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 21, 2009, 10:21:35 AM
In addition to tomorrow's dojo show, we have the card for the 11/29 Osaka show, part of the card for 12/6 at Shinjuku FACE, and Hyuga's retirement match at Korakuen Hall on 12/27.  Unless we have some upsets on 12/6, it looks like there might be no title matches at Hyuga's show.

JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Chisato Kuroki vs Kazumi Shimouma
2. Kayoko Haruyama, KAZUKI, & Keito vs Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sachie Abe
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

(one more match)

JWP December 6, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. NEO High Speed Championship: Kaori Yoneyama (c) vs Ayako Sato
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Emi Sakura
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Command Bolshoi

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show


1. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on November 21, 2009, 02:05:15 PM
In addition to tomorrow's dojo show, we have the card for the 11/29 Osaka show, part of the card for 12/6 at Shinjuku FACE, and Hyuga's retirement match at Korakuen Hall on 12/27.  Unless we have some upsets on 12/6, it looks like there might be no title matches at Hyuga's show.

JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Chisato Kuroki vs Kazumi Shimouma
2. Kayoko Haruyama, KAZUKI, & Keito vs Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sachie Abe
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
4. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu

(one more match)

JWP December 6, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. NEO High Speed Championship: Kaori Yoneyama (c) vs Ayako Sato
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Emi Sakura
3. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Command Bolshoi

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show


1. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama
Booo booo boo. That tag match is so uninteresting. Is that the best JWP could think of?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on November 21, 2009, 07:42:39 PM
Booo booo boo. That tag match is so uninteresting. Is that the best JWP could think of?

Well I think you would agree with me if they did something like Azumi/Ran vs. Kuragaki/Haruyama...that would
be worth seeing. But a match like that is just...bad. No Kansai? You figure she coulve been there as she was one
of her trainers along with Masami.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 22, 2009, 06:11:30 AM
Yoneyama worked today's JWP dojo show and nothing on the JWP webpage or her blog indicates any sort of injury. Yoneyama hasn't been pulled from any JWP cards. The digest of the JWP show from Friday is up on passione2002r's Youtube page and it didn't look like anything happened to Kaori.  So I think it was either something very minor or some sort of weird Ice Ribbon angle.

Oh, and today's show was weird.  Kayoko and KAZUKI battled to see who is the #1 Food Fighter of JWP.  In the main event, you had to address your opponents with "honorific" titles or be punished with a whip.  These women are weird.

JWP November 22, 2009
JWP Dojo
79 Fans


1. Azumi Hyuga defeated Chisato Kuroki (7:54) with a Reverse Cradle.
2. #1 Food Fighter Match: Kayoko Haruyama defeated KAZUKI by 2 falls to 1.
2a. Kayoko Haruyama defeated KAZUKI (11:54) by Pinfall. (Wrestler could lose this pinfall by stipulation if they left the ring and could not eat a boiled egg in 10 seconds).
2b. Coca-Cola Confrontation: KAZUKI defeated Kayoko Haruyama (0:51).
2c. Rice Ball Eating Contest: Kayoko Haruyama defeated KAZUKI (3:00,6-4).
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kaori Yoneyama, & Sachie Abe defeated Command Bolshoi, Tojuki Leon, & Keito (15:29) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Keito.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on November 22, 2009, 10:47:16 AM
Clips from the 11/20 show

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou1BJLJ-WPs
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 25, 2009, 05:44:10 AM
My guess is that Hyuga's retirement match is who she wanted to work with.  From our standpoint (especially rzombie, as that lucky bastard will be there), we'd like a matchup that isn't something that literally could have happened at any JWP show this decade, but maybe these are the three wrestlers Hyuga is the closest with.

Oh, and a few corrections to the Osaka card.  Ranmaru and the WAVE girls are gonna play.

JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Chisato Kuroki vs Kazumi Shimouma
2. Keito & Ranmaru vs GAMI & Yumi Ohka
3. Kayoko Haruyama, KAZUKI, & Tojuki Leon vs Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sachie Abe
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs Passion Hottei & Natsuki*Taiyo
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs Ran Yu-Yu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 25, 2009, 01:12:26 PM
I see her pinning Haruyama. She's jobbed three times to Haruyama in the past 2 years(maybe more considering tag matches) so getting a victory over her would be nice.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 25, 2009, 02:56:47 PM
If the several retirement matches I've seen since I started watching vids this summer are any indication, Haruyama pins Hyuga. Count on it.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 25, 2009, 04:41:11 PM
Hyuga's been handing out jobs all over for the past few months, so I think she's putting herself in line for a Retirement Win. Hell Hokuto got to win her retirement, and so did Yumi Fukawa.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on November 26, 2009, 05:20:10 AM
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Azumi Hyuga (24:24) with the U.S.-Zou.

is this the finisher infamously known as the Canadian Destroyer (they looked similar, that's why i asked)?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: DANgerous K on November 28, 2009, 04:58:34 AM
5. Hyuga Retirement Road: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Azumi Hyuga (24:24) with the U.S.-Zou.

is this the finisher infamously known as the Canadian Destroyer (they looked similar, that's why i asked)?

Sort of.  It's the Code Red not the Canadian destroyer.  Natsuki's Taiyo bomb.  Yone tends to jump onto their back from the side rather than leapfrogging onto it from the front like Natsuki does though. 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on November 28, 2009, 02:57:48 PM
now that clears things. thanks Dan
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 29, 2009, 06:52:00 AM
She's one of two who deserve such a win in my book, the other is (when she does retire of course) Tamura. But part of that's because I mark huge for Yoshiko...

The full card for 12/6 at Shinjuku Face, this looks to be the big show ahead of JWP CLIMAX 2009 ~AZUMI HUYGA FINAL~ on the 27th:
Keito & Toshie Uematsu vs. Chisato Kuroki & TBA, which will be someone from Ice Ribbon

Tojuki Leon vs. Carlos Amano

Tsubasa Kuragaki, Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs. Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo & Passion Hotty

NEO High Speed Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. Ayako Sato for the title

Azumi Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs. Command Bolshoi

JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama vs. Emi Sakura for the title

If I had to guess on the TBA, probably either Kazumi Shimouma or Hamuko Hoshi, maybe even Makoto.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 30, 2009, 03:18:45 AM
Results finally up from yesterday...
JWP November 29, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena

They claimed 270 paid (super full bill stop/a Full House).

Kazumi Shimouma (Ice Ribbon) beat Chisato Kuroki in 8:38.

Keito & Ranmaru beat GAMI & Shu Shibutani in 14:40. Keito pinned Shibutani after Shining Wizard.

Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe beat Tojuki Leon, Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI in 20:54. Kuragaki pinned Leon.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura beat Passion Hotty & Natsuki*Taiyo in 12:36 to retain the titles. Yoneyama pinned Hotty. V1 for the champs.

Azumi Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga vs. Ran Yu-Yu went to a 30 minute time limit draw.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on November 30, 2009, 03:38:19 PM
Digest of Yesterday, tag match looks good
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBrWp2oO_0Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvI-VcgkJk8
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 01, 2009, 07:42:45 AM
Keito & Toshie Uematsu vs. Chisato Kuroki & TBA, which will be someone from Ice Ribbon

If I had to guess on the TBA, probably either Kazumi Shimouma or Hamuko Hoshi, maybe even Makoto.

I think it would be much more interesting if they used one of the MMA figthers (Mika Nagano or Emi Fujino) and had one of them make Keito tap out.  That would really liven up the Keito vs Ice Ribbon feud, which has been pretty one-sided so far with Keito killing the Ice Ribbon girls.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 01, 2009, 08:54:00 AM
99% likely won't be Mika. Would be nice, but she's got a fight for Jewels on the 11th.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on December 01, 2009, 10:05:57 AM
Would prefer it to be Fujino anyways.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 01, 2009, 10:17:13 AM
Maybe if she's up for it physically, she had a Shootboxing fight a couple weeks ago. 11/18 to be exact, TKO'd by Ladies' S-Cup Champion Rena (doctor stoppage). So...Mai Ichii, anyone? I'm still thinking it's between Shimouma and Makoto.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 02, 2009, 05:21:02 AM
Well, they didn't use our fantasy booking, as the Ice Ribbon wrestler in the first match is Miyako Matsumoto, the pretty inept girl who comes out to "Dancing Queen".
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 02, 2009, 05:49:08 AM
They used my Fantasy Booking. <3333 Miyako Matsumoto *haha
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 02, 2009, 06:03:24 AM
Makes sense. She is an actress when she's not wrestling, after all. A cute one too.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 06, 2009, 06:36:16 AM
JWP CLIMAX 2009 ~ 1ST is in the books, and for those who thought Emi would be...might want to stop reading. Results from Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 369 paid (full house).
Keito & Toshie Uematsu beat Chisato Kuroki & Miyako Matsumoto in 9:59. Keito pinned Kuroki after a heel drop.

In a Submission Match, Carlos Amano beat Tojuki Leon in 11:46 by submission.

Tsubasa Kuragaki, Sachie Abe & KAZUKI beat Nanae Takahashi, Passion Hotty & Natsuki*Taiyo in 16:24. Abe pinned Hotty with La Magistral.

NEO High Speed Champion Kaori Yoneyama beat Ayako Sato in 8:13 to retain the title. V1 for Kaori.

Azumi Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga beat Command Bolshoi in 18:55.

JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama beat Emi Sakura in 23:18 to retain the title. V8 for Kayoko.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 06, 2009, 08:10:52 PM
Hyuga's getting one more title shot.

JWP December 13, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol


1. JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu

They've been talking about Nanae Takahashi and Tsubasa Kuragaki as the next title challengers.  Since Haruyama's going to be in Hyuga's retirement match on 12/27, I could see Nanae & Tsubasa in a #1 contender's match.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: twisted on December 07, 2009, 01:53:38 AM
it's very unlikely that Huyga would ebcome a champion just a few days before her retirement, but who knows....? This could open up to some potentially interesting developments, with YuYu being a champion without a partner.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 07, 2009, 02:52:15 AM
Well, if RanUga wins, and then Azumi retires, the title would just be vacated right? Then JWP can have a tourney to determine the next champs...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 07, 2009, 04:41:42 AM
More like 2 tournaments, Daily Sports then has to find new champions for their titles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 07, 2009, 06:49:28 AM
JWP "CLIMAX 2009~2nd" December 13, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol


1. Chisato Kuroki vs Toshie Uematsu
2. Command Bolshoi & Chii Tomiya vs Keito & Kazumi Shimouma
3. Tojuki Leon vs Passion Ray
4. Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Championship: Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (c) vs Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu

JWP "CLIMAX 2009~FINAL" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. Sachie Abe vs Nanae Takahashi
2. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 09, 2009, 08:28:47 AM
One update to 12/13: According to JWP's website, the main event is for not only the JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Titles, but also for the Ice Ribbon Tag Team Titles also held by Kaori & Emi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 13, 2009, 07:54:22 PM
Have a feeling this isn't going to go over big on this board...

JWP "CLIMAX 2009~2nd" December 13, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol
205 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated Chisato Kuroki (10:47) with a Missile Kick.
2. Keito & Kazumi Shimouma defeated Command Bolshoi & Chii Tomiya (16:02) when Shimouma used a Half Slam Buster on Tomiya.
3. Tojuki Leon defeated Passion Ray (13:05) with a Jackknife Hold.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe defeated Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI (12:38) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on KAZUKI.
5. JWP/Daily Sports/Ice Ribbon Tag Championships: Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (21:03) when Hyuga used a Diving Enziguiri Knee on Sakura.  Yoneyama & Sakura fail in the 2nd defense of the JWP, Daily Sports, and Ice Ribbon tag team championships and Hyuga & Yu-Yu become the 33rd JWP, 6th Daily Sports, and 7th Ice Ribbon champions.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 13, 2009, 08:07:30 PM
You're damn right, Shoot Loli taking the pinfall? WTF?!

But in all seriousness, this is weird...Either they're gonna transition the titles to ToshieRan, or YonEmi will win them back in Ice Ribbon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on December 13, 2009, 09:25:52 PM
You're damn right, Shoot Loli taking the pinfall? WTF?!

But in all seriousness, this is weird...Either they're gonna transition the titles to ToshieRan, or YonEmi will win them back in Ice Ribbon.

I like the outcome, but very odd due to it being near Hyuga's retirement...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 14, 2009, 07:05:16 AM
A couple more matches added.

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show


1. JWP vs Passion Red: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Tojuki Leon, Keito, & KAZUKI vs Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, Passion Ray, & Passion Hottei
2. Battle Royale: Participants TBA.
3. Sachie Abe vs Nanae Takahashi
4. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on December 15, 2009, 09:01:44 PM
I had to take a trip down memory lane almost...

http://www.geocities.co.jp/Athlete/9692/prow_card/pani/pani_jwp_tag_c.jpg
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on December 15, 2009, 11:26:28 PM
Digest of 12/13 Just the last two matches

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cop5WcPFqWs
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 17, 2009, 12:28:02 PM
Cards for JWP's dojo show and a complete card for CLIMAX 2009

JWP Decemer 23, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Keito & Chisato Kuroki vs Sachie Abe & Kaori Yoneyama
2. Azumi Hyuga & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs KAZUKI & Tojuki Leon
3. Santa Battle Royale

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show


1. Chisato Kuroki & Yukari Ishino vs Mio Shirai & Io Shirai
2. JWP vs Passion Red: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Tojuki Leon, Keito, & KAZUKI vs Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, Passion Ray, & Passion Hottei
3. Sachie Abe vs Nanae Takahashi
4. Battle Royale: Azumi Hyuga, Yoshiko Tamura, Yuki Miyazaki, Aja Kong, Mayumi Ozaki, Dynamite Kansai, Carlos Amano, Ran Yu-Yu, Toshie Uematsu, GAMI, Yumi Ohka, ohters
5. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 17, 2009, 02:55:38 PM
 *gloom
i'm still not ready to see hyuga go
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 17, 2009, 03:00:16 PM
Cards for JWP's dojo show and a complete card for CLIMAX 2009

JWP Decemer 23, 2009
JWP Dojo


1. Keito & Chisato Kuroki vs Sachie Abe & Kaori Yoneyama
2. Azumi Hyuga & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs KAZUKI & Tojuki Leon
3. Santa Battle Royale

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show


1. Chisato Kuroki & Yukari Ishino vs Mio Shirai & Io Shirai
2. JWP vs Passion Red: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Tojuki Leon, Keito, & KAZUKI vs Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, Passion Ray, & Passion Hottei
3. Sachie Abe vs Nanae Takahashi
4. Battle Royale: Azumi Hyuga, Yoshiko Tamura, Yuki Miyazaki, Aja Kong, Mayumi Ozaki, Dynamite Kansai, Carlos Amano, Ran Yu-Yu, Toshie Uematsu, GAMI, Yumi Ohka, ohters
5. Hyuga Retirement Match: Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama

I'm upset about the JWP dojo show. Who in their right mind thought that having 3 joshi shows at the same time was a good idea(Fuka, Oz and this)? It won't help anyone draw and all it will do is split up the talent that day. I would have liked to have gone just to see the insanity of these JWP dojo shows, but that's not worth missing Oz for.

It's about time JWP updated their Korakauen card. They only had 10 days left to do it! No wonder they don't draw. I like seeing the Shirai's and most of the girls in the battle royale. I'm hoping for Haruhi, Kato and maybe a Fukuoka appearance as well.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 17, 2009, 05:56:19 PM
You're not going to the Fuka show? I thought she was one of your favorites?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 17, 2009, 06:25:51 PM
You're not going to the Fuka show? I thought she was one of your favorites?
I am definitely skipping it. The only way I would go would be if they had Fuka vs Kana(my dream match). Fuka is one of my favorites though.

I always miss Oz Academy every year. So, I'm definitely not passing it up. I've been studying japanese all year just so I could chat more with Toyota and Kato.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 17, 2009, 07:53:38 PM
Could you ask them if they know anything about Shimmer Women Athletes?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 17, 2009, 09:20:48 PM
Quote
Who in their right mind thought that having 3 joshi shows at the same time was a good idea(Fuka, Oz and this)? It won't help anyone draw and all it will do is split up the talent that day.


Heh, not buying either argument on this one.

All 3 attract pretty distinct audiances I suspect and there's no one on any of the shows who'd be working elsewhear that day if they weren't allready booked. P Red maybe but I doubt JWP would bother to bring them in for a tiny ass dojo show.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 17, 2009, 10:23:18 PM
Also, would Satomura vs Fuka be an even bigger reason to go to the Fooker show? Plus it has Nanae Takahashi & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Passion Ray?

Though the Oz Academy card sounds a lot more exciting, and they usually water down the non-fuka matches on those shows so they don't steal her show.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 21, 2009, 09:56:36 AM
Since it hasn't been mentioned yet, the Sachie Abe vs. Nanae Takahashi match on 12/27 will be a lumberjack match according to JWP's website.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on March 21, 2010, 09:39:55 AM
JWP Decemer 23, 2009
JWP Dojo
118 Fans


1. Sachie Abe & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Keito & Chisato Kuroki (12:58) when Abe used a Diving Body Press on Kuroki.
2. Azumi Hyuga & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated KAZUKI & Tojuki Leon (14:13) when Kuragaki used a Wing Clutch Hold on Leon.
3. Santa Battle Royale: Azumi Santa defeated Abe Santa (13:35) by Over the Top Rope: Others, in order of elimination: Leon Santa, Keito Santa, Kuragaki Santa, KAZUKI Santa, Yoneyama Santa, Kuroki Santa, Haruyama Santa, Bolshoi Santa.

JWP "CLIMAX 2009" December 27, 2009
Korakuen Hall
Azumi Hyuga Retirement Show
1340 Fans


1. Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated Chisato Kuroki & Yukari Ishino (9:02) when Io used a Moonsault Press on Kuroki.
2. JWP vs Passion Red: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Tojuki Leon, Keito, & KAZUKI defeated Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, Passion Ray, & Passion Hottei (9:07) when Leon used a Captured Buster on Ray.
3. Lumberjack Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Sachie Abe (10:50) with the Nanaracka.
4. Battle Royale: Ran Yu-Yu defeated Yuki Miyazaki (16:49) with a Cradle. Others, in oreder of elimination: Great Kabuki, Azumi Hyuga, Dynamite Kansai, Jaguar Yokota, Kyoko Kimura, Emi Sakura, GAMI, Mayumi Ozaki, Yoshiko Tamura, Meiko Satomura, Toshie Uematsu, Tanny Mouse, Carlos Amano.
5. Hyuga Retirement Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi (21:27) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Hyuga.

JWP January 10, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
250 Fans


1. Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI defeated Command Bolshoi & Chisato Kuroki (12:32) when KAZUKI used a Jaguar-Syle Backdrop on Kuroki.
2. OCC League: Ran Yu-Yu [2] defeated Keito
3. OCC League: Kaori Yoneyama [2] defeeated Yumi Ohka
4. OCC League: Leon [2] defeated Passion Hottei
5. OCC League: Sachie Abe [2] defeated Emi Sakura
6. OCC League: Tsubasa Kuragaki [1] vs Nanae Takahashi [1] (30:00) went to a time-limit draw.

JWP January 17, 2010
JWP Dojo
87 Fans


1. Leon defeated Chisato Kuroki (9:02) with a Spear.
2. Keito defeated Kaori Yoneyama (6:40) with a Brainbuster.
3. Command Bolshoi, Tigers Mask Lady, & Sachie Abe defeated  Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & KAZUKI (19:02) when Tigers Mask Lady used a Tigers Splash on KAZUKI.

JWP January 31, 2010 (afternoon)
Kitasenju Theater 1010
135 Fans


1. Leon defeated Hikaru Shida (7:12) with the Mad Splash.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Keito defeated Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI (15:28) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on KAZUKI.
3. NEO High Speed #1 Contender's 3 Way Match: Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Command Bolshoi & Tsukasa Fujimoto (8:38) by using the Triple Taiyo*Chan Bomb on Fujimoto.
4. OCC League Match: Kaori Yoneyama [4] defeated Passion Hottei
5. OCC League Match: Ran Yu-Yu [4] defeated Sachie Abe [2] (20:25) with a Forearm Smash.

JWP January 31, 2010 (evening)
Kitasenju Theater 1010
130 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Hanako Kobayashi (10:14) with a Lariat.
2. Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Kazumi Shimouma defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Chii Tomiya (17:10) when KAZUKI used the K-Crusher on Tomiya.
3. OCC League Match: Ran Yu-Yu [6] defeated Kaori Yoneyama [4] (1:56) with the European Clutch.
4. OCC League Match: Leon [4] defeated Emi Sakura
5. OCC League Match: Nanae Takahashi [3] defeated Keito JWP February 14, 2010
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol
157 Fans


1. Command Bolshoi, KAZUKI, & Megumi Yabushita defeated Toshie Uematsu, Io Shirai, & Mio Shirai (15:40) when KAZUKI used a Dragon Suplex Cutback on Uematsu.
2. Keito & Leon defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Misaki Ohata (15:46) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Ohata.
3. NEO High Speed Championship: Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Kaori Yoneyama (14:26) with the Avalanche-Style Sea Fire. Yoneyama fails in the 2nd defense and Taiyo becomes the 3rd champion.
4. OCC League: Tsubasa Kuragaki [5] defeated Yumi Ohka
5. OCC League: Nanae Takahashi [5] defeated Sachie Abe [2] (14:10) with a Lariat.

JWP February 21, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
196 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated KAZUKI (7:35) with a K-Crusher Cutback.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Leon & Shu Shibutani (11:59) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Shibutani.
3. JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Tournament, First Round: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi (13:24) when Yabushita used a Jumping Cross Armbreaker on Kobayashi.
4. JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Championship Tournament, First Round: Kayoko Haruyama & Misaki Ohata defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (12:22) when Haruyama used a Yokosuka Cutter on Mio.
5. OCC League: Yumi Ohka [2] defeated  Keito
6. OCC League: Passion Hottei [2] defeated Sachie Abe [2] (17:38) with a Scissors Sleeper.

JWP February 28, 2010
JWP Dojo
90 Fans


1. Pool Match: Leon defeaed Sachie Abe (9:16) by submersion.
2. Keito & Jaguar Yokota defeated Command U.S. Bolshoi & HARUKI (14:15) when Yokota used a K-Crusher Cutback on HARUKI.
3. Special Rules Match: KAZUKI defeated Senri Kuroki 9-7. KAZUKI defeated Kuroki (0:50) in a Banana Eating Contest. KAZUKI defeated Kuroki (0:17) in a Cola Drinking Contest. KAZUKI vs Kuroki (7-7, 3:00) drew in a Rice Ball Eating Contest.
4. Yoneyama 29th Birthday Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon (15:13) when Yoneyama used a Modified La Magistral on Leon.

JWP March 7, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
190 Fans


1. Sachie Abe, Ayako Sato, & Io Shirai defeated Leon, Hikaru Shida, & Mio Shirai (8:35) when Abe used La Magistral on Shida.
2. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Semifinals: Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita (14:08) defeated Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma when Bolshoi used Sensei Hold II on Shimouma.
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Semifinals: Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Misaki Ohata (12:48) when Uematsu pinned Ohata after a Mistaken Tora Kick from Haruyama.
4. JWP OCC League: Keito [2] defeated Emi Sakura
5. JWP OCC League: Nanae Takahashi [7] defeated Kaori Yoneyama [4] (18:48) with a Lariat.
6. JWP OCC League: Tsubasa Kuragaki [6] vs Passion Hottei [3] (11:20) went to a draw due to a Double Count-Out.

JWP March 12, 2010
Itabashi Green Hall
120 Fans


1. JWP OCC League: Kaori Yoneyama [6] defeated Emi Sakura
2. JWP OCC League: Passion Hottei [5] defeated Keito [2] (8:39) with the Pyramid Driver.
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI (11:51) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on KAZUKI.
4. Nanae Takahashi & Yumi Ohka defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Sachie Abe (17:56) when Ohka used the Big Boot on Abe.
5. JWP OCC League: Leon [6] defeated Ran Yu-Yu [6] (19:28) with the Four Character Jackknife Hold.

JWP March 14, 2010
JWP Dojo
89 Fans


1. Kuroki Return: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Senri Kuroki (5:46) with a Rear Cradle.
2. Command Bolshoi defeated KAZUKI (6:47) with a Gannosuke Clutch.
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Sachie Abe, & Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Jaguar Yokota (20:36) when Leon used a Four Character Jackknife Pin on Kuragaki.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 22, 2010, 03:59:51 PM
Results from today's event at Osaka World Hall:
They claimed 173 paid.
JWP OCC League:
Sachie Abe beat Yumi Ohka in 14:20.
Nanae Takahashi beat Leon in 21:30.
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Ran Yu-Yu in 17:56.

Kayoko Haruyama, Mio & Io Shirai beat Keito, Kaori Yoneyama & Senri Kuroki in 11:51. Haruyama pinned Yoneyama after Keene Hammer.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Title Tournament: Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI beat Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita in 17:36 to win the tournament and the vacant titles. Uematsu & KAZUKI become the 34th JWP Tag Team Champions & the 7th Daily Sports Tag Team Champions. (Uematsu wins JWP Titles for the 4th time, KAZUKI wins JWP Titles for the 3rd time) KAZUKI pinned Yabushita.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 22, 2010, 04:09:09 PM
Ok that's kinda bullshit imo...on a team with Keito and Kuroki....Yoneyama is the one that takes the pinfall?  *fu
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 26, 2010, 10:14:42 AM
For those who haven't been keeping up or lost track, the JWP OCC League is over and the finals are set: Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Nanae Takahashi, which is set for 4/4 at Tokyo Cinema Club. The winner will face JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama on 4/18 for the title. If Kayoko wins, she's the first JWP Openweight Champion ever to reign for 2+ years. If she loses, she'll still have the longest reign ever as she surpassed Akira Fukuoka's reign this month.
If it's Nanae, the reign's probably over. If it's Kuragaki, the reign continues. I'm betting on the former.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 28, 2010, 10:29:29 AM
The full card for the go-home show for JWP MANIA-X 2010 was announced today. Here's what 4/4 at Tokyo Cinema Club looks like:
Yumi Ohka vs. Senri Kuroki
Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita vs. Misaki Ohata & Hanako Kobayashi
Keito & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Sachie Abe & Leon
Kayoko Haruyama & HIROKA (CMLL) vs. Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI
JWP OCC League Finals: Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Nanae Takahashi. The winner will face JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama for the title on 4/18.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 04, 2010, 12:07:03 PM
Results from today's event at Tokyo Cinema Club:
They claimed 182 paid.
Yumi Ohka beat Senri Kuroki in 10:01.

Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita beat Misaki Ohata & Hanako Kobayashi in 14:31. Bolshoi pinned Kobayashi.

Keito & Kaori Yoneyama beat Sachie Abe & Leon in 10:43. Yoneyama pinned Abe.

Kayoko Haruyama & HIROKA beat Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI in 15:09. HIROKA pinned KAZUKI.

JWP OCC League Finals: Nanae Takahashi beat Tsubasa Kuragaki in 20:26 to win the tournament. As a result, Takahashi will face JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama for the title on 4/18 at Korakuen.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 04, 2010, 12:27:49 PM
With today's event done and one added match the other day, the current 4/18 Korakuen card looks like this:
Keito 15th Anniversary Match: Keito vs. Kyoko Inoue
Senri Kuroki vs. Ryo Mizunami
JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama vs. Nanae Takahashi for the title

If you missed it today, Takahashi beat Tsubasa Kuragaki to win the JWP OCC League and the title shot.

Additionally, Azumi Hyuga will be at the 4/18 event. She'll do a "sign meeting" to coincide with the DVD release of "JWP CLIMAX 2009 ~ AZUMI HYUGA FINAL".
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on April 06, 2010, 06:02:15 AM
Full card for MANIA-X, April 18th at Korakuen Hall

1. Senri Kuroki vs Ryo Mizunami
2. Command Bolshoi & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Megumi Yabushita & Ayako Sato
3. Keito 15th Anniversary Match: Keito vs Kyoko Inoue
4. OCC League Tag Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kaori Yoneyama, Sachie Abe, & Leon vs Passion Hottei, Ran Yu-Yu, Yumi Ohka, & Emi Sakura
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu (c) vs HIROKA & Atsuko Emoto
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kayoko Haruyama (c) vs Nanae Takahashi
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 06, 2010, 09:08:43 AM
I think we might have Ohata/Haruyama as the next tag challengers. I think possibly Haruyama/Ohata only didn't win because Ohata will be in the US during that time. It could also play into, if Haruyama retains, Kuragaki feuding with Haruyama over leaving her high and dry and even getting a new tag partner.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 06, 2010, 09:38:30 AM
Nanae's winning the title. Kayoko's got the record now, would like to see her reign last 2+ years but it's gonna end 11 days short of that.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: General HENkada on April 06, 2010, 01:11:29 PM
Nanae's winning the title.
Don't jinx it. (http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/chat/img/emoticons/plain.png)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 06, 2010, 01:32:57 PM
Nanae's winning the title.
Don't jinx it. (http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/chat/img/emoticons/plain.png)

JWP ALWAYS does the obvious thing. Plus Nanae's a pretty big draw which is something JWP doesn't have right now. If they pushed Yoneyama I think she could possibly be a draw, but who knows if they ever will.

It looks like a weird card, but a potentially great card. Most of the matches look like they have potential, but other than the main event none of them really look promising on paper.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 06, 2010, 03:05:38 PM
Despite Bolshoi's reputation for being very protective of her talent, this is one time where I can really see her not doing that. And Nanae needs a defining singles title win and it sounds like it's going to have to be in JWP. As far as draws go, now it's really too bad that they lost Pinky Mayuka, she probably would've been to the point of breaking out by now and she could've helped draw in younger fans.

And should you require further evidence this likely happens, look at the already announced match for Sunday's JWP School event: Kayoko Haruyama vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, Sachie Abe, Kaori Yoneyama & Leon in 3 minute matches against each.

Full card for Sunday's JWP School event:
KAZUKI vs. Senri Kuroki
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon vs. Command Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama. Special rule TBA on event day
Kayoko Haruyama vs. JWP OCC Team Round Robin Match: Kayoko Haruyama vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, Sachie Abe, Kaori Yoneyama & Leon in a series of 5 3-minute matches. Haruyama will face all 5 consecutively even if a match goes less than 3 minutes.

Added to the schedule is "JWP PURE SLAM 2010" on 7/18 at Korakuen.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 11, 2010, 01:22:03 PM
Results from today's event at the JWP School:
They claimed 95 paid (full house/sellout).
KAZUKI beat Senri Kuroki in 10:17 by submission.

In a "Prohibition Skill Designated Match", where each wrestler could determine one skill their partner could not use in the match and where the losers had to drink "the blue juice", Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon beat Command Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama in 11:38. Kuragaki pinned Yoneyama.

Kayoko Haruyama vs. JWP OCC League Team Series, where Haruyama faced each of the 5 participants in a row regardless of result, all matches were 3 minutes each:
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Sachie Abe went to a 3 minute time limit draw.
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Keito went to a 3 minute time limit draw.
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Kaori Yoneyama went to a 3 minute time limit draw.
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Leon went to a 3 minute time limit draw.
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki went to a 3 minute time limit draw. Because of these results, they continue on. Which led to...
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Command Bolshoi went to a 3 minute time limit draw. Which led to...
Kayoko Haruyama vs. KAZUKI went to a 3 minute time limit draw.
And thankfully that was it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 18, 2010, 08:17:07 AM
Results from JWP MANIA-X 2010 today at Korakuen were just posted on JWP's website, so here they are:
They claimed 839 paid.
Ryo Mizunami beat Senri Kuroki in 6:53.

Command Bolshoi & Tsukasa Fujimoto beat Ayako Sato & Megumi Yabushita in 12:55. Bolshoi pinned Yabushita.

Keito 15th Anniversary Match: Kyoko Inoue beat Keito in 8:53.

JWP OCC League Participation Elimination Tag Match: Sachie Abe, Leon, Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Passion Hotty, Yumi Ohka, Emi Sakura & Ran Yu-Yu. Order of elimination:
Sachie Abe beat Passion Hotty in 2:46.
Yumi Ohka beat Sachie Abe in 4:11.
Leon beat Yumi Ohka in 5:26.
Emi Sakura beat Leon in 6:49.
Emi Sakura beat Kaori Yoneyama in 9:11.
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Ran Yu-Yu in 11:50.
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Emi Sakura in 12:05. Kuragaki survives and wins for the JWP team.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI beat HIROKA & Atsuko Emoto in 13:49 to retain the titles. Uematsu pinned HIROKA after Solarina. V1 for the champs.

Nanae Takahashi beat JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama in 24:47 to win the title. Takahashi becomes the 14th JWP Openweight Champion. Kayoko's reign is over at just 11 days short of 2 years. I grudgingly called it too.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on April 18, 2010, 12:52:10 PM
Nanae Takahashi beat JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama in 24:47 to win the title. Takahashi becomes the 14th JWP Openweight Champion. Kayoko's reign is over at just 11 days short of 2 years. I grudgingly called it too.
(http://i30.tinypic.com/10hr95y.gif)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on April 18, 2010, 01:10:07 PM
Am I imagining things or have Atsuko & Hiroka never actually even teamed up before this?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: xxstylishtarxx on April 18, 2010, 01:19:17 PM
yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeah , haruyama lost the belt!!!!!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 18, 2010, 02:25:29 PM
Too bad but Haruyama srsly needs time off.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on April 18, 2010, 06:16:18 PM
Shoulda been Tsubasa, this notion of Nanae Takahashi as some sort of Joshi saviour needs to stop...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on April 18, 2010, 08:11:40 PM
Nanae Takahashi def. Kayoko Haruyama (24:47) with the Nanaracka☆100

Commando Bolshoi pinned Megumi Yabushita with the Tiger Suplex Hold

Kyoko Inoue def. Kei'to (8:53) with the Niagara Driver.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 19, 2010, 02:17:53 AM
Nanae Takahashi beat JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama in 24:47 to win the title. Takahashi becomes the 14th JWP Openweight Champion. Kayoko's reign is over at just 11 days short of 2 years. I grudgingly called it too.
(http://i30.tinypic.com/10hr95y.gif)

why do mike tenay and don west have to be the one's partying? they barely cared (LOL)
(http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u38/cooperscott/time-to-party-corona-iv.gif)
(http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o292/jax328/wrestling-pics/2pos1fd.gif)

Shoulda been Tsubasa, this notion of Nanae Takahashi as some sort of Joshi saviour needs to stop...

James

based on JWP's reputation, i don't expect Nanae to have a long reign (and expect it to drop the belt to a JWP local)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2010, 12:12:49 PM
Nanae Takahashi beat JWP Openweight Champion Kayoko Haruyama in 24:47 to win the title. Takahashi becomes the 14th JWP Openweight Champion. Kayoko's reign is over at just 11 days short of 2 years. I grudgingly called it too.

Shoulda been Tsubasa, this notion of Nanae Takahashi as some sort of Joshi saviour needs to stop...

James

based on JWP's reputation, i don't expect Nanae to have a long reign (and expect it to drop the belt to a JWP local)

Anyone else expecting a Nanae-Tamura triple crown match at some point (i.e. NEO/NWA Pacific vs JWP titles)?  Also, I'm guessing Meiko-Nanae next month in the Sendai tournament is either a lame draw or if Meiko wins, then she gets a JWP title shot where Nanae gets her job back and keeps the title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2010, 12:14:13 PM
Am I imagining things or have Atsuko & Hiroka never actually even teamed up before this?

I'm pretty sure they never had, thus it was too obvious that Toshie & KAZUKI would retain.  Also, I'm assuming HIROKA is going back to Mexico soon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on April 19, 2010, 02:58:44 PM
Quote
I'm pretty sure they never had, thus it was too obvious that Toshie & KAZUKI would retain. 


It's a weird weird world we live in when Ice Ribbon is doing a beter job to build to their big shows then most of the other companies out thear.

Anyways, looks like JWP's putting out another Battle History DVD to cover 2009.
Atleast that's what i'm guessing the commercial currently playing on lasplendide is for.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2010, 03:51:34 PM
Based on a post-match photo, it looks like Toshie & KAZUKI's next opponents will be Ran & Sachie.  Hahahaha, Bolshoi's so creative.  I get it, let's mix up the established tag teams and get another year out of that feud!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JoshiFanficz on April 19, 2010, 10:17:17 PM
Damn, why are they pushing Nanae so much? She needs to lose it to Kuragaki or Yoneyama.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 20, 2010, 04:06:42 AM
Nanae is the new Manami Toyota, although this could be considered her biggest singles win yet in terms of titles. All she really won before that could be called major is the AJW Singles Championship, otherwise she's mostly won tag team titles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on April 20, 2010, 06:34:33 AM
Damn, why are they pushing Nanae so much?
(http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/chat/img/emoticons/confused.png) Because she's awesome?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on April 20, 2010, 11:08:38 AM
Nanae is the new Manami Toyota, although this could be considered her biggest singles win yet in terms of titles. All she really won before that could be called major is the AJW Singles Championship, otherwise she's mostly won tag team titles.
The WWWA Singles Title isn't a major belt?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on April 20, 2010, 11:28:42 AM
Nanae is the new Manami Toyota, although this could be considered her biggest singles win yet in terms of titles. All she really won before that could be called major is the AJW Singles Championship, otherwise she's mostly won tag team titles.
The WWWA Singles Title isn't a major belt?

Yeah, the "Red Belt" (WWWA Singles) was a lot more important than the AJW Singles, which was probably below the All-Pacific belt as well in significance in AJW.  The AJW Singles was a mid-carder belt for wrestler beyond the junior crown but not in the main-event mix.  The All-Pacific was the only one of the three that Nanae never held.

Also, Nanae has been NEO/NWA Pacific champion, and I think the NEO singles title is at least as important as the JWP Openweight in current joshi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on April 20, 2010, 05:44:12 PM
Heh, never knew so many people hated Nanae till she won this one.

Wonder if 3rd times a charm and she'll break the big belt curse this time.

3WA title she imediatly had to vacate cause she hurt her leg in the match she won it.

NEO Double Titles she lost accidently cause got knocked out.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JoshiFanficz on April 20, 2010, 08:42:23 PM
Heh, never knew so many people hated Nanae till she won this one.

I don't hate Nanae, I just think she's a bit overpushed.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Joshi N. Sanity on April 26, 2010, 10:13:05 PM
Heh, never knew so many people hated Nanae till she won this one.

I don't hate Nanae, I just think she's a bit overpushed.
Sorta the same here, she's not really my cup of coffee for what ever reason. I guess it's because of seeing her in pretty much every current title picture at some point, that it sorta lost her allure for me.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 27, 2010, 02:00:48 AM
Heh, never knew so many people hated Nanae till she won this one.

I don't hate Nanae, I just think she's a bit overpushed.
Sorta the same here, she's not really my cup of coffee for what ever reason. I guess it's because of seeing her in pretty much every current title picture at some point, that it sorta lost her allure for me.

was the same hatred put on THE Ayako, Momoe, and (as of late) Hiroyo when it reached a point that it looked like they were winning too many titles?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on April 27, 2010, 09:35:14 PM
In the case of Ayako, Nanae and Momoe, I understand if certain individuals show disdain toward their main event status, but I don't think it would be fair to place Hiroyo in that category. Aside from the JWP/POP titles, the belts Hiroyo held were mostly tag team title straps.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 27, 2010, 10:05:22 PM
Yeah but Hiroyo's only a junior and few juniors in recent years have even been afforded THAT luxury. I like her now though. And I don't recall any momoe hate ever.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on April 28, 2010, 08:16:44 AM
Most people love Momoe but she's always had her fair share of haters. The Maekawa feud was always polarising in that greatest thing ever or fucking awful sort of way.

At the time Ayako was getting her mega push in 03-05 I don't recall much if any backlash against her.

Same time frame I actually hated Nanae a good deal when she was 1st getting a main event push but now it's the opposite and i'm a big fan of her now
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on April 30, 2010, 01:39:18 AM
i'm a fan of her too. and knowing JWP (based on how long they often gave the main title to outsiders), i don't trust them to put it on Nanae for very long. granted JWP knows how to book good to great matches but i can't say the same praises in terms of booking titles whenever it involved putting it on someone other than their own

pardon the pessimism in terms of the JWP Title
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 30, 2010, 04:20:32 AM
The full card for Sunday at Itabashi Green Hall has been announced:
Senri Kuroki 5 Match Series 1: Senri Kuroki vs. Makoto
Toshie Uematsu vs. Sachie Abe
KAZUKI vs. Vanessa The Mountain
Command Bolshoi & Ayako Sato vs. vs. Kaori Yoneyama & [marusera] (CMLL)
Kayoko Haruyama & Keito vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon

Also posted were these comments (loosely translated) from JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi:
Quote
The passion lead-lead, it is the Takahashi 奈 seedling of the 14th generation JWP catchweight champion.
After this each time, becoming the champion, it is the conference of new JWP, but the Passion lead-lead does not participate.
We would like to see JWP where participation is continued with the fact that physical condition is not thorough for a while from outside, is the reason.
JWP which is taken the belt in me being and showing, what kind of fighting?
The suitable player entering in the next term challenger?
We would like you to observe thoroughly.
([patsushiyonretsudo] Takahashi 奈 seedling)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on April 30, 2010, 07:30:50 AM
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and knowing JWP (based on how long they often gave the main title to outsiders)


Tag Titles? They pass those belts around so often now that no one gets a long run, outsider or not.

Singles title? Nanae's only the 2nd outsider to hold it after Toyota so can't really say. Haruyama & Hyuga both had near 2 year reigns so they don't seem to like to hotshot that belt around as much in general though

I don't see anyone else in JWP in a good position to be the champ at the moment though except for Tsubasa and I can't see them re-matching that for a while so I fig Nanae's holding it atleast until the end of the year. If JWP would actually go for an outsider to outsider switch Emi would be a good person for her to drop it to.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2010, 08:25:33 AM
Quote
and knowing JWP (based on how long they often gave the main title to outsiders)


Tag Titles? They pass those belts around so often now that no one gets a long run, outsider or not.

Singles title? Nanae's only the 2nd outsider to hold it after Toyota so can't really say. Haruyama & Hyuga both had near 2 year reigns so they don't seem to like to hotshot that belt around as much in general though

I don't see anyone else in JWP in a good position to be the champ at the moment though except for Tsubasa and I can't see them re-matching that for a while so I fig Nanae's holding it atleast until the end of the year. If JWP would actually go for an outsider to outsider switch Emi would be a good person for her to drop it to.

WHAT ABOUT MEH?!
(http://www.geocities.jp/deke_azumist/photo/2006/200603/060312240.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 01, 2010, 01:01:36 AM
Quote
and knowing JWP (based on how long they often gave the main title to outsiders)


Tag Titles? They pass those belts around so often now that no one gets a long run, outsider or not.

Singles title? Nanae's only the 2nd outsider to hold it after Toyota so can't really say. Haruyama & Hyuga both had near 2 year reigns so they don't seem to like to hotshot that belt around as much in general though

I don't see anyone else in JWP in a good position to be the champ at the moment though except for Tsubasa and I can't see them re-matching that for a while so I fig Nanae's holding it atleast until the end of the year. If JWP would actually go for an outsider to outsider switch Emi would be a good person for her to drop it to.

WHAT ABOUT MEH?!
(http://www.geocities.jp/deke_azumist/photo/2006/200603/060312240.jpg)

hmmm ... now we have a conundrum. do you see Nanae dropping the title to Yoneyama?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 01, 2010, 04:02:37 AM
Well...it's the only title in JWP Kaori hasn't won, she's been put right on the verge of it before, it would seem to be her time again, so...history repeats itself. No.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on May 01, 2010, 07:13:01 AM
WHAT ABOUT MEH?!
Child please.[/chad_ochocinco]

Seriously, I think she is deserving, but I just don't think they will ever do it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rocky2010 on May 01, 2010, 04:21:01 PM
WHAT ABOUT MEH?!
Child please.[/chad_ochocinco]

Seriously, I think she is deserving, but I just don't think they will ever do it.

I think they will. I mean, look how long it took for Haruyama to win it. I think Yone's time is soon.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 01, 2010, 04:54:11 PM
WHAT ABOUT MEH?!
WHAT ABOUT RAVEN?!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 02, 2010, 06:21:59 AM
Results from today's event at Itabashi Green Hall:
They claimed 156 paid.
Senri Kuroki 5 Match Series 1: Makoto beat Senri Kuroki in 8:45.

Sachie Abe beat Toshie Uematsu in 9:58.

Vanessa The Mountain beat KAZUKI in 8:40.

Command Bolshoi & Ayako Sato beat Kaori Yoneyama & [marusera] in 10:33. Bolshoi pinned Yoneyama.

Kayoko Haruyama & Keito beat Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon in 19:01. Haruyama pinned Leon.

Next up is a doubleheader on 5/16 at Tokyo Cinema Club.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 02, 2010, 10:50:32 AM
A few new angles out of today's JWP show.

First, it seems that they are putting Kuroki on a "Five Match Series".  She failed against Makoto, but her next chance is against Shimono Sawako, who is that rookie that debuted for that Osaka joshi promotion.  This will be on May 16th.

Also, it seems that Sachie Abe feels like a jilted lover since KAZUKI left the WANTED?! behind to team with Toshie Uematsu.  That new team is the current JWP tag champs and now Abe seems to be obsessed with finding a new partner to exact some revenge on KAZUKI.  I think Ran turned her down and she doesn't seem to have a new partner yet.  Abe will take on Tsukasa Fujimoto on May 16th.

Finally, Command Bolshoi revealed the identity of the first challenger to retrieve the title from Nanae Takahashi.  It's, well, Command Bolshoi.  This match will be at Shinjuku FACE on June 13th and it looks like Bolshoi is just using herself as a throwaway first defense for Nanae.  I'm guessing either Leon or Yoneyama will get a shot at the next Korakuen Hall, which will be in July.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: twisted on May 02, 2010, 11:05:20 AM
why not kuragaki?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on May 02, 2010, 11:08:02 AM
Bolshoi pinned Yoneyama.
That's not cool.[/carlito] But yeah, I just don't see them getting behind her for a title run.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on May 02, 2010, 11:21:01 AM
why not kuragaki?

That's possible as well.  I'm not sure if JWP is going to try to make a new main eventer (maybe Leon) by having them retrieve the belt from Nanae, or if Nanae gets a few defenses and then coughs it back to Haruyama.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 03, 2010, 09:04:23 AM
A few matches announced today for upcoming shows:
Announced for 5/16 at Tokyo Cinema Club (early show):
Senri Kuroki 5 Match Series 2: Senri Kuroki vs. that Sawako woman
Sachie Abe vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto (Ice Ribbon)

Announced for 6/13 at Shinjuku Face: JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi vs. Command Bolshoi for the title
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 04, 2010, 02:41:55 AM
Command Bolshoi & Ayako Sato beat Kaori Yoneyama & [marusera] in 10:33. Bolshoi pinned Yoneyama.


i think [marusera] is Marcela
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on May 08, 2010, 06:33:41 AM
Full cards for the two shows on the 16th.  The night show is Leon's 10th anniversary.

JWP May 16, 2010 (afternoon)
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Senri Kuroki vs Sawako Shimono
2. Sachie Abe vs Tsukasa Fujimoto
3. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Mima Shimoda
4. Kayoko Haruyama, Command Bolshoi, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Passion Red Selection
5. JWP/Daily Sport Tag Team Championship: KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu (c) vs Keito & Leon

JWP May 16, 2010 (evening)
Tokyo Cinema Club
Leon 10th Anniversary


1. Kaori Yoneyama vs X
2. Command Bolshoi & Senri Kuroki vs GAMI & Sawako Shimono
3. Battle Royale: Keito, Sachie Abe, Tsubasa Kuragaki, KAZUKI, Mima Shimoda, others
4. Leon Series: Leon vs Kayoko Haruyama, Leon vs Yuu Yamagata, Leon vs Ayumi Kurihara (order of matches to be determined that day)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 08, 2010, 01:27:39 PM
You forgot one thing about the battle royal: The winner will get a 30 kg (66 pound) black pig from a sponsor. Seriously.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on May 08, 2010, 03:23:49 PM
You forgot one thing about the battle royal: The winner will get a 30 kg (66 pound) black pig from a sponsor. Seriously.

I think that's black pork, not a live pig.  Black pork is an expensive variety of swine that's a delicacy.  They used it as a secret ingredient on Iron Chef once.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 11, 2010, 09:01:56 AM
It's still pig to me. Oink.

If you're wondering what I'm talking about, from translation: "The high-class black pig 30Kg (66 pounds) which was offered from Hasimoto bonesetting institute is sent in the champion."

Cherry was added to the battle royal today.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 16, 2010, 10:43:39 AM
Results from today's doubleheader at Tokyo Cinema Club:
They didn't announce attendance for either show.
Late show (Leon produced):
Kaori Yoneyama beat Bullfight Sora in 9:46.

Leon beat Bullfight Sora in 1:28.

GAMI & Sawako Shimano beat Command Bolshoi & Senri Kuroki in 16:43. Shimano pinned Kuroki.

Mima Shimoda won a JWP Safari Park Battle Royal in 11:52, last eliminating Tsubasa Kuragaki. As a result, Shimoda wins 30 kg/66 pounds' worth of pork/black pig from a sponsor. Oink oink.

Leon Single Match Series:
Leon vs. Yuu Yamagata went to a time limit draw.
Leon vs. Ayumi Kurihara went to a time limit draw.
Kayoko Haruyama beat Leon in 3:50.
Leon beat Kayoko Haruyama in 9:28.
Bonus Match: Leon vs. Kaori Yoneyama went to a 5 minute time limit draw.

Early show:
Senri Kuroki 5 Match Series 2: Senri Kuroki beat Sawako Shimano in 7:12. Career win #1 for Kuroki.

Sachie Abe beat Tsukasa Fujimoto in 12:13.

Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Mima Shimoda in 15:57.

Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama beat Nanae Takahashi, natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma in 14:18. Bolshoi pinned Shimouma.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI beat Keito & Leon in 16:39 to retain the titles. KAZUKI pinned Leon. V2 for the champs.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 18, 2010, 07:56:27 AM
Since it hasn't been mentioned yet, added to 6/13 as a result of the events of 5/17 is a Leon 10th Anniversary Extra Tag Match: Leon & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Aja Kong & AKINO.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 18, 2010, 06:46:37 PM


At the time Ayako was getting her mega push in 03-05 I don't recall much if any backlash against her.


The Ayako backlash happened during ARSION, with some people blaming her for the company's closing.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on May 18, 2010, 07:10:17 PM


At the time Ayako was getting her mega push in 03-05 I don't recall much if any backlash against her.


The Ayako backlash happened during ARSION, with some people blaming her for the company's closing.

Are you sure on that one? I remember a lot more blame for that going to Lioness and people being pissed with the change in booking/style once she came in. I do sorta vaugely recall Ayako having a lot of heat backstage with the reason she gave as to why she left being something along the lines of she never really fely like she fit in with the "system" and didn't get along with management. But she bounced over a year and a half before the company closed so I dunno how she could take the blame for that.


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 19, 2010, 09:39:24 AM
The only thing I remember hearing on that was that they rushed it on Ayako too soon and when she didn't make bank they kinda started collapsing or something. I personally blame LCO, Rossy, and Lioness.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on May 19, 2010, 05:04:50 PM
Prob didn't help that her mentor Aja left like a year before she did too
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on May 20, 2010, 02:08:44 AM
The only thing I remember hearing on that was that they rushed it on Ayako too soon and when she didn't make bank they kinda started collapsing or something. I personally blame LCO, Rossy, and Lioness.

why include LCO? isn't it supposed to be just Rossy and Lioness?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on May 20, 2010, 01:26:45 PM
See, and I remember reading something that said that Omukai had gotten the booking duties and booked herself over Ayako, leading towards Ayako's leaving...  I'll have to look into it again.  I doubt the article I read is still up (I read it in like, 2002-2003ish).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 23, 2010, 04:18:37 PM
Results from today's JWP School event:
They claimed 98 paid (full house/sellout).
Kayoko Haruyama beat Senri Kuroki in 8:49.

In a Bull Rope & Pool Rule Match, which is what it sounds like (competitors attached via rope, first to wind up in a pool at.near ringside loses), Leon beat Kaori Yoneyama in 7:11.

Command Bolshoi, Sachie Abe & Jaguar Yokota beat Keito, Tsubasa Kuragaki & KAZUKI in in 16:33. Bolshoi pinned Keito. There was a special rule where there apparently was a cosplay mother & father and use of weapons associated with each cosplay character was allowed.

Also announced at today's show-added to 6/13 is JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs. Ryo Mizunami & Kagetu (Sendai Girls) for the titles. I guess since the Sendai Girls couldn't win the NEO Titles they'll now try for the JWP/Daily Sports ones.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 23, 2010, 04:19:39 PM
Coming out of today's JWP School event is a new match for 6/13: JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs. Ryo Mizunami & Kagetu (Sendai Girls) for the titles. I guess since the Sendai Girls couldn't win the NEO Titles they'll now try for the JWP/Daily Sports ones.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 23, 2010, 10:05:55 PM
I guess Leon will be the one to take the strap back to JWP, as other than Yoneyama or Sachie Abe, they really don't have a lot of options, unless Haruyama takes it back or they decide to give it to Kuragaki despite already having a match with Nanae in the finals of that tournament.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 29, 2010, 03:58:45 AM
Almost-full card for 6/11 at Strait Messe Shimonoseki announced today:
KAZUKI vs. Aiger/Eiger
Command Bolshoi & Keito vs. Jaguar Yokota & Kaori Yoneyama
Megumi Yabushita vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki
Kayoko Haruyama & Aja Kong vs. Sachie Abe & Leon
One more match TBA.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 01, 2010, 08:56:16 AM
Some card updates announced today:
Added to 6/13 is Kayoko Haruyama, Keito & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Sachie Abe, Yoshiko Tamura & Ran Yu-Yu.

Announced for Sunday's JWP School event (social welfare/charity event):
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Sachie Abe. There is a special rule, not known yet what it is.
Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs. Kaori Yoneyama & Leon
A "88 time commemoration “the United States 寿” you dress and change 88 minute (I think) battle royal. Participation TBA on event day. The winner gets, according ot my translation, a bag of rice. That better be some good rice.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 01, 2010, 05:37:37 PM
That better be some good rice.

i hope too. one reason why Japanese restaurants are a hit here is because of the so-called Jasmine rice served there.

Almost-full card for 6/11 at Strait Messe Shimonoseki announced today:
KAZUKI vs. Aiger/Eiger
Command Bolshoi & Keito vs. Jaguar Yokota & Kaori Yoneyama
Megumi Yabushita vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki
Kayoko Haruyama & Aja Kong vs. Sachie Abe & Leon
One more match TBA.
Some card updates announced today:
Added to 6/13 is Kayoko Haruyama, Keito & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Sachie Abe, Yoshiko Tamura & Ran Yu-Yu.

Announced for Sunday's JWP School event (social welfare/charity event):
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Sachie Abe. There is a special rule, not known yet what it is.
Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs. Kaori Yoneyama & Leon
A "88 time commemoration “the United States 寿” you dress and change 88 minute (I think) battle royal. Participation TBA on event day. The winner gets, according ot my translation, a bag of rice. That better be some good rice.

JWP is doing shows for 6/11 and 6/13 or this is just some typo where the same card is referred to?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 02, 2010, 05:16:06 AM
Events on both dates. 6/11 is Strait Messe Shimonoseki, 6/13 is Shinjuku Face.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on June 04, 2010, 05:02:16 AM
A couple of quick JWP news items.

1. Sachie Abe has been taken off the card for the June 6th dojo show for "inspection of the eyes".  She did have an eye injury in the past.  Keito will take her place against Tsubasa Kuragaki.  Abe is still on the card for the shows on the 11th and 13th.
2. The card for June 13th is complete now, with the first match being a WAVE league match in the Young Persons Block between Senri Kuroki and Misaki Ohata.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 04, 2010, 05:37:15 AM
Poor Abe. She has gotten SO GOOD in the past year. But injuries keep causing her grief :(
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 06, 2010, 11:24:23 AM
Results from today's JWP School event:
They claimed 105 paid (super full house/overflow).
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Keito in 5:31. The advertised "special rule" was that "While playing it can require polite language.When filth is spat, the punishment which is by the beam plug waits."

Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI vs. Kaori Yoneyama & Leon went to a 15 minute time limit draw.

The 88th School Match Commemoration Character Changing Battle Royal was won by Command Bolshoi in 18:04, last eliminating a corner post. Rule: Rule: "If the participation player becoming leaving, changing clothes, becomes another character, again participation is possible.If on the ring the player becomes one person, tournament end." Order of elimination: Kaori Yoneyama, Senri Kuroki, Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, KAZUKI, Keito, the [ru] [bo] [bo], the nurse, the [ku] [ma] [bo] [bo], radio wave mask woman [tsusuru], Hawaiian Bolshoi, the kangaroo, Leon and [minisukaporisu], the shrine maiden and the dog, western Bolshoi and the corner post. Sounds like something out of DDT.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on June 06, 2010, 12:57:23 PM
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Keito in 5:31. The advertised "special rule" was that "While playing it can require polite language.When filth is spat, the punishment which is by the beam plug waits."
/quote]

OUCH~  *omg
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Nagashimark on June 06, 2010, 02:59:35 PM
I guess Leon will be the one to take the strap back to JWP, as other than Yoneyama or Sachie Abe, they really don't have a lot of options, unless Haruyama takes it back or they decide to give it to Kuragaki despite already having a match with Nanae in the finals of that tournament.

How about Ran Yu Yu? I know she's freelance, but she's a JWP wrestler at heart. Personally I could also imagine Yabushita, though I can't remember her having main event singles matches since her JD Star days.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 07, 2010, 11:41:30 AM
Hopefully it's not serious, she still appears to be on Friday's card (she's scheduled to face Aiger/Eiger).

2 items today:
A new wrestler has passed the tests to become part of the main roster. "salt field 瑞 rare" will be the youngest active member of JWP at 18, 5', about 128 pounds (58 kg). No picture available yet. She first passed a new member audition last August.

There has been a rule change with regards to the JWP Jr. Title & POP Title: The limit on experience a wrestler can have and be eligible to hold the titles has been increased from 4 years to 5 years.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 11, 2010, 07:23:16 AM
Results from today's event at Strait Messe Shimonoseki:
They claimed 987 paid (full house/sellout).
Mizuki Endo beat Senri Kuroki in 7:48.

Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Megumi Yabushita in 11:03.

Command Bolshoi & Keito beat Kaori Yoneyama & Jaguar Yokota in 9:50. Bolshoi pinned Yoneyama.

Sachie Abe beat Aiger/Eiger in 13:14.

Kayoko Haruyama & Aja Kong beat KAZUKI & Leon in 19:49. Kong pinned KAZUKI after a diving elbow drop.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 13, 2010, 09:43:45 AM
Results from today's event at Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 329 paid.
Catch The WAVE League Match: Misaki Ohata beat Senri Kuroki in 5:47.

Leon & Kaori Yoneyema beat Aja Kong & AKINO in 18:46. Yoneyama pinned Kong.

Sachie Abe, Yoshiko Tamura & Ran Yu-Yu beat Kayoko Haruyama, Keito & Tsubasa Kuragaki in 18:28. Yu-Yu pinned Kuragaki.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI beat Ryo Mizunami & Kagetu in 19:48 to retain the titles. Uematsu pinned Mizunami with a dragon suplex hold. V3 for the champs.

JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi beat Command Bolshoi in 20:24 to retain the title. V1 for Takahashi.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 20, 2010, 05:57:10 AM
2 more items today:
A tournament has been scheduled to determine the next challenger for the JWP Openweight Championship (after Yuki Miyazaki in NEO of course). It will be a 6 person tournament, it begins 6/27 at Itabashi Green Hall with the finals on 7/4 at Tokyo Cinema Club. Winner gets the title shot on 7/18 at Korakuen.

The full 6/27 card:
Except for the 3rd match, all matches are no time limit.
JWP Openweight Title Challenger Tournament:
Kaori Yoneyama vs. Senri Kuroki
Keito vs. Leon

Command Bolshoi & Sachie Abe vs. KAZUKI & Hanako Kobayashi

JWP Openweight Title Challenger Tournament Semifinals:
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Yoneyama/Kuroki winner
Kayoko Haruyama vs. Keito/Leon winner
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 20, 2010, 02:07:15 PM
Kinda sounds like Leon or Yoneyama will win this.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 20, 2010, 02:35:14 PM
Kayoko. Calling it now. Only question is if the winner will face Nanae or Yuki Miyazaki for the title. We'll know this time nex week.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 27, 2010, 05:08:24 AM
Injury Report: Keito is off today's event. "Physical condition defectiveness". Since she's out of the tournament to determine the next JWP Openweight Title challenger, this means Leon will automatically advance to the next round by forfeit. No word on how long Keito is out.

Also announced today: The new girl who passed the test recently to become the newest roster member (don't yet know her ring name) will debut on July 18. Opponent TBA.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 27, 2010, 08:54:44 AM
Results from today's event at Itabashi Green Hall:
They claimed 106 paid.
JWP Openweight Title Challenger Determination Tournament:
Kaori Yoneyama beat Senri Kuroki in 10:53.
Leon beat Keito by forfeit. JWP announced before the show that Keito was off due to injury.

Command Bolshoi & Sachie Abe beat KAZUKI & Hanako Kobayashi in 15:11. Abe pinned KAZUKI.

JWP Openweight Title Challenger Determination Tournament:
Kaori Yoneyama beat Tsubasa Kuragaki in 14:35.
Kayoko Haruyama beat Leon in 20:16.
That means it's Kaori vs. Kayoko on 7/4, winner faces Nanae Takahashi on 7/18 for the title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on June 27, 2010, 10:54:37 AM
Could it be possible Bolshoi is going to put Yoneyama over the most recent JWP champ to prove her worth and then to have Yone take back the belts to JWP from Nanae???  *saywhat
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 27, 2010, 11:27:17 AM
I'll just repeat what I said elsewhere before it all began...Kayoko.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 27, 2010, 01:37:17 PM
I'd say if Yoneyama wins this she's getting the belt. She's had soo many unsuccessful title shots and this one would just completely burry her IMO. Plus if they wanted to squeeze out another defense why not have Leon or Sachie Abe do the job? Plus with Nanae randomly defending it in NEO i think they've just had her squeeze out a bunch of defenses to make her reign look credible despite her losing it on the next show to make tv


Then again I'm a monster Yone-mark so I'm probably just seeing what I want to see *le sigh*
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on June 30, 2010, 03:15:07 AM
I'd say if Yoneyama wins this she's getting the belt. She's had soo many unsuccessful title shots and this one would just completely burry her IMO.

i've been away for so long and she STILL hasn't won IT?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 30, 2010, 03:44:07 AM
Nope. She's won everything but it (mostly the NEO High Speed Title and all those tag team titles with Emi Sakura before they dumped them all on the retiring Azumi Hyuga).
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 01, 2010, 09:04:08 AM
Full 7/4 card announced:
Exhibition Match (5 minutes): "Salt field 瑞 month" (the new wrestler who officially debuts on 7/18) vs. TBA
Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Shu Shibutani
Nanae Takahashi & Kazumi Shimouma vs. Leon & Misaki Ohata
Toshie Uematsu, KAZUKI & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Sachie Abe, Ayako Sato & Tomoko Morii
JWP Openweight Title Challenger Determination Tournament Finals: Kayoko Haruyama vs. Kaori Yoneyama

Injury Report: Senri Kuroki is now out indefinitely. "counterflow characteristic esophagus flame". Sounds like esophagitis or heartburn or similar.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 04, 2010, 07:38:49 AM
Some interesting results from today's JWP show.  I think the rookie making her pre-debut is named Mitsuki or Mizuki, but I need help on the surname.

Is it finally the Yoneyama's time?

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c30959b78c34_5-1.JPG)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c30959b7fd8e_5-2.JPG)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c30959b85b5b_5-3.JPG)

JWP July 4, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
151 Fans


1. Exhibition: Keito vs 塩田瑞月 (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Command Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Shu Shibutani (17:44) when Yabushita used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Shibutani.
3. Nanae Takahashi & Kazumi Shimouma defeated Leon & Misaki Ohata (16:32) when Takahashi used the Albatross on Ohata.
4. KAZUKI, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Sachie Abe, Ayako Sato, & Tomoko Morii (13:25) when KAZUKI pinned Abe.
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama (29:09) with the U.S.-ZOU.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 04, 2010, 06:58:57 PM
OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

GREAT news after a 9 hour shift at work!!!!1  *whee *whee *whee
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 05, 2010, 05:40:12 AM
Updated 7/18 card after yesterday:
"Moon 瑞 month" Debut Match: "Moon 瑞 month" vs. Hikari Minami (guess they're already changing her ring name-to-be a la Kuroki)
Leon vs. Aja Kong
JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs. Sachie Abe & TBA for the titles
JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi vs. Kaori Yoneyama for the title

We'll see about that tag title match, they're supposed to defend on Friday in Sendai Girls.

Full 7/11 card (JWP School):
Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma vs. Kaori Yoneyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon
KAZUKI vs. Sachie Abe. To win one apparently must drop the other into a pool within a 20 count following a pinfall or submission. There will be additional rules.
Command Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama vs. Keito in a 3-way. Same as above.
Exhibition match: "Salt field 瑞 month" vs. Kayoko Haruyama (5 minutes)

Added to 7/18 today (7/7): Command Bolshoi vs. Emi Sakura
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 05, 2010, 01:01:32 PM
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama (29:09) with the U.S.-ZOU.


Where's mah moneys at Hama?

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff133/onionethan/Onion_Emoticons/067_.gif)

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 05, 2010, 01:23:39 PM
She won't win the title. Couldn't take it from Hyuga, Nanae certainly won't be easier.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 05, 2010, 01:25:12 PM
She won't win the title. Couldn't take it from Hyuga, Nanae certainly won't be easier.

Well, you said she couldn't beat Kayoko either. Let's see~

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff133/onionethan/Onion_Emoticons/023_.gif)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 05, 2010, 01:30:33 PM
Nanae's a lot easier than Hyuga since Nanae's an outsider...Though Yone-chan couldn't take it from Haruyama when Haru had the title...I won't hold my breath but still
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 05, 2010, 02:17:24 PM
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama (29:09) with the U.S.-ZOU.


Where's mah moneys at Hama?

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff133/onionethan/Onion_Emoticons/067_.gif)


Went to upgrades for my porn site. Only got so much space so I needed to buy more.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 05, 2010, 02:39:52 PM
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama (29:09) with the U.S.-ZOU.


Where's mah moneys at Hama?

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff133/onionethan/Onion_Emoticons/067_.gif)


Went to upgrades for my porn site. Only got so much space so I needed to buy more.

You run a porn site? Does it feature lots of scantily clad thicks?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on July 05, 2010, 05:56:54 PM
Is it finally the Yoneyama's time?

Nope

1. Stop the PASSION is one of the few interesting things going on in joshi currently, way too soon to end it.

2. When it is over, Leon's gonna be the one to bring the title home.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 05, 2010, 06:03:14 PM
You shush your whore mouth  *wail *gloom
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 06, 2010, 03:34:19 AM
5. JWP Openweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kayoko Haruyama (29:09) with the U.S.-ZOU.


Where's mah moneys at Hama?

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff133/onionethan/Onion_Emoticons/067_.gif)


Went to upgrades for my porn site. Only got so much space so I needed to buy more.

You run a porn site? Does it feature lots of scantily clad thicks?
It's what the title says it is-Japanese AV & Gravure Idols (and Race Queens, wrestlers, singers, actresses and whatever).

Anyway...if Kaori somehow does win the title, good for her, she probably deserves it. But I will still riot.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 08, 2010, 07:41:51 AM
A couple more additions to the 7/18 PURE SLAM card.  There will be a JWP vs Ito Dojo 8 woman tag match, with Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaoru Ito, Ayako Sato, Hanako Kobayashi, & Tomoko Morii.

Also, the JWP/Daily Sports tag match was finalized.  After a fan vote, Ran Yu-Yu won and will be Sachie Abe's partner.   They also (belatedly) announced that Abe's team will challenge the winner of the KAZUKI/Toshie Uematsu vs DASH Chisako/Sendai Sachiko match, as they meet for the titles in Sendai on Friday.  I think they've totally telegraphed what was fairly obvious, that KAZUKI & Uematsu will retain against the Sendai sisters and we'll have the wacky fun of mixed-up tag teams and Sachie acting liking a jilted lover on the 18th.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 08, 2010, 11:08:26 AM
If Leon goes over Aja, Yone ain't winning the title because that'll be the big victory that'll give Leon ultimate credibility to win the title. If she loses, Yone's got this in the bag.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 09, 2010, 10:26:26 AM
The tag title match is on as planned for 7/18. I don't yet have today's Sendai Girls results but Sendai Sachiko posted on her blog after the event that she & DASH Chisako lost, so Uematsu & KAZUKI retained. V4 for the champs.
Also, should the champs retain on 7/18, they'll set the all-time record for most successful JWP Tag Team Title defenses with 5.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 09, 2010, 07:06:26 PM
A couple more additions to the 7/18 PURE SLAM card.  There will be a JWP vs Ito Dojo 8 woman tag match, with Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaoru Ito, Ayako Sato, Hanako Kobayashi, & Tomoko Morii.

Also, the JWP/Daily Sports tag match was finalized.  After a fan vote, Ran Yu-Yu won and will be Sachie Abe's partner.   They also (belatedly) announced that Abe's team will challenge the winner of the KAZUKI/Toshie Uematsu vs DASH Chisako/Sendai Sachiko match, as they meet for the titles in Sendai on Friday.  I think they've totally telegraphed what was fairly obvious, that KAZUKI & Uematsu will retain against the Sendai sisters and we'll have the wacky fun of mixed-up tag teams and Sachie acting liking a jilted lover on the 18th.

So on JWPs online media site they have the "press confrence" setting up the 8 woman tag & tag title match streaming & for download. The full Ito Dojo team, with Ito looking like she's the other girls high school teacher, shows up to "confront" the JWP girls and it seriously looks like a bunch of chicks getting together to have a freakin tea party as they show about as much enthusiasm for their upcoming FIGHT as a couple of oposing teams about to do a 3 legged race at a summer picnic....

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 10, 2010, 05:28:30 AM
A couple more additions to the 7/18 PURE SLAM card.  There will be a JWP vs Ito Dojo 8 woman tag match, with Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito, & Megumi Yabushita vs Kaoru Ito, Ayako Sato, Hanako Kobayashi, & Tomoko Morii.

Also, the JWP/Daily Sports tag match was finalized.  After a fan vote, Ran Yu-Yu won and will be Sachie Abe's partner.   They also (belatedly) announced that Abe's team will challenge the winner of the KAZUKI/Toshie Uematsu vs DASH Chisako/Sendai Sachiko match, as they meet for the titles in Sendai on Friday.  I think they've totally telegraphed what was fairly obvious, that KAZUKI & Uematsu will retain against the Sendai sisters and we'll have the wacky fun of mixed-up tag teams and Sachie acting liking a jilted lover on the 18th.

So on JWPs online media site they have the "press confrence" setting up the 8 woman tag & tag title match streaming & for download. The full Ito Dojo team, with Ito looking like she's the other girls high school teacher, shows up to "confront" the JWP girls and it seriously looks like a bunch of chicks getting together to have a freakin tea party as they show about as much enthusiasm for their upcoming FIGHT as a couple of oposing teams about to do a 3 legged race at a summer picnic....




I went and watched it.  I want those minutes of my life back.  What a LONG and LAME promo.  It makes me never want to watch anyone from Ito Dojo wrestle.  I'm afraid I'm not very enthusiastic about this JWP show.  I hoping Yone vs Nanae can be a good match, but the tag title match will probably be mostly stupid comedy and JWP vs Ito Dojo is BLECCHHHH!
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 11, 2010, 04:38:19 PM
Results from today's JWP School event:
They claimed 105 paid (super full house/overflow).
Exhibition match: "Salt field 瑞 month" vs. Kayoko Haruyama went to a 5 minute time limit draw.

In a 3-way where you had to drop one of the other wrestlers into a pool to win after a pinfall (2 count) or submission, Keito beat Command Bolshoi & Kayoko Haruyama in 9:37 by double submerging.

In a match with the same rules as above except only a 1 count was needed for pinfalls, Sachie Abe beat KAZUKI in 9:35.

Kaori Yoneyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon beat Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma in 18:59. Yoneyama pinned Shimouma.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 12, 2010, 09:08:04 AM
JWP had a press conference for the PURE SLAM show.  It was on USTREAM for a while, as I saw part of it this morning, but I can't find if the video is archived for you to see  *tantrum  (I'll put up a link if I find one)

EDIT: This is the link I followed this morning, but I think I was just lucky to catch it live. http://iezou.heteml.jp/timemu/ (http://iezou.heteml.jp/timemu/)

First I saw Toshie & KAZUKI and Sachie & Ran, on opposite sides of the table with the big middle-aged guy who seems to be the JWP Commissioner (he's usually in the ring for title matches).  It was mostly Toshie and Sachie screaming at each other.  Ran couldn't keep a straight face.  Then they posed for photos, with Toshie & KAZUKI holding the belts and Sachie & Ran giving the clenched fist pose.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c3aeed5b3dda_news100712-3.jpg)

Then it was Kaori Yoneyama and Nanae Takahashi.  Kaori was in full-on spastic "you will take me serious" mode.  I think a hair stipulation was added to the match, as Kaori cut a lock of Nanae's hair and Nanae drew a picture of what Yone-chan would look like bald.  I did find this photo for your enjoyment.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c3aeed5a8df0_news100712-1.jpg)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c3aeed5ad06e_news100712-2.jpg)

I didn't see the earlier part, but I think they hyped Leon vs Aja, Bolshoi vs Emi, the JWP vs Ito Dojo 8 woman tag, and the new rookie making her official debut vs Hikari Minami.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 12, 2010, 10:19:56 AM
I remember that Kaori did the job to Nanae in the Sendai Girls tournament, so MAYBE  Kaori will get her job back. I mean Bolshoi did let Nanae go over her so maybe Nanae wanted a big win like that first.

I'm just hoping Yone isn't JWP's Nikki Roxx(does everything, bleeds, goes bald, get concussions, jobs when they want...but in return never gets rewarded for it.)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on July 12, 2010, 05:15:15 PM
.....Yone or Nanae bald...........

 *umm
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: General HENkada on July 12, 2010, 05:17:03 PM
...but in return never gets rewarded for it.
Outwardly in ways that fans can see.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on July 12, 2010, 06:47:41 PM

I'm just hoping Yone isn't JWP's Nikki Roxx(does everything, bleeds, goes bald, get concussions, jobs when they want...but in return never gets rewarded for it.)

F that!

.....Yone or Nanae bald...........

 *umm

this is not the excitement i wanted. on the other hand ... if Nanae goes bald, she'd end up looking like that bald guy from Dai Nihon.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 13, 2010, 10:36:59 PM
Quote
I mean Bolshoi did let Nanae go over her so maybe Nanae wanted a big win like that first.


 *haha
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: rzombie1988 on July 14, 2010, 04:19:45 AM
Sorry to say this but if it's a hair match between Nanae/Yone, I am not picking Yone to win.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 14, 2010, 04:51:45 AM
She could always start sporting a 'fro like her namesake...used to, anyway...
(http://representingpuroresu.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/mohammedyone.jpg?w=200&h=300)
(Yone's really a Yoneyama too)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 17, 2010, 11:38:59 PM
GO EAT YOUR FUCKIN HATS PEOPLE!
(http://i29.tinypic.com/8vx72b.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 18, 2010, 12:03:50 AM
http://twitvideo.jp/02A0L (http://twitvideo.jp/02A0L)

Where's mah moneyz Hama?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 18, 2010, 12:15:34 AM
GO EAT YOUR FUCKIN HATS PEOPLE!
(http://i29.tinypic.com/8vx72b.jpg)

Why did she have There's Something About Mary hair in the back goin' on?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 18, 2010, 12:26:04 AM
Sounds like Hyuga was there as well:

http://twitter.com/piko3jwp/status/18824102344 (http://twitter.com/piko3jwp/status/18824102344)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 18, 2010, 12:34:29 AM
GO EAT YOUR FUCKIN HATS PEOPLE!
(http://i29.tinypic.com/8vx72b.jpg)

sorry to sound sacrilegious or something here but ... this is so Wrestlemania XX moment
(all the hard finally paid off *sniff)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 18, 2010, 06:55:53 AM
Full results from today at Korakuen:
They claimed 829 paid.
"moon 瑞 month" Debut Match: Hikari Minami (Ice Ribbon) beat "moon 瑞 month" in 5:47.

Command Bolshoi beat Emi Sakura in 8:31.

Kaoru Ito, Ayako Sato, Hanako Kobayashi & Tomoko Morii beat Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito & Megumi Yabushita in 19:24. Kobayashi pinned Kuragaki.

Aja Kong beat Leon in 12:05.

JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI beat Sachie Abe & Ran Yu-Yu in 15:15 to retain the titles. KAZUKI pinned Abe. V5 for the champs.

Kaori Yoneyama beat JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi in 20:54 to win the title. Yoneyama becomes the 15th JWP Openweight Champion. She won't last long. Drops it either in first or second defense.

Side note: Team ToshUKI now holds the all-time record for most successful JWP Tag Team Title defenses. The old mark was 4 (Devil Masami & Akira Fukuoka).
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 18, 2010, 10:56:57 AM

Kaori Yoneyama beat JWP Openweight Champion Nanae Takahashi in 20:54 to win the title. Yoneyama becomes the 15th JWP Openweight Champion. She won't last long. Drops it either in first or second defense.

Wow...are you totally like going for the longest string of wrong predictions? I repeat, where mah moneyz at?


Side note: Team ToshUKI now holds the all-time record for most successful JWP Tag Team Title defenses. The old mark was 4 (Devil Masami & Akira Fukuoka).

LOL you mean Hikari Fukuoka
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 18, 2010, 01:34:47 PM
I'm saying she holds it until the year end show. Probably drops it to Haruyama or Tsubasa... of course I've been saying Tsubasa forever...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 18, 2010, 01:55:10 PM
Maybe she'll drop it to her former tag partner Leon or something. Nanae's short reign isn't too much of a surprise as they did the same for Manami of losing it at the next aired show, and then Hyuga had that beastly reign.

I'm just glad Yoneyama finally got her due, however long it lasts. And this is finally the credibility she needed to stop being a midcarder and start being held on the same level as Nanae or Haruyama or Tamura.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 18, 2010, 02:14:42 PM
She'll drop it to Kayoko. October.
No quit in me. It's like poker, one big win can offset lots of little losses.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Nagashimark on July 18, 2010, 02:46:07 PM
She'll drop it to Kayoko. October.

No way. I predict she won't lose the title before JWP Pure Slam 2011.

If I had my wish, her reign will last as least as long as Kayoko's did. The news of Yoneyama finally becoming JWP champ is even better than learning about KAORU's title victory from last weekend, whom I'm also very happy for for winning her first major singles' belt after so many years.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on July 18, 2010, 03:14:51 PM
I'm just glad Yoneyama finally got her due, however long it lasts. And this is finally the credibility she needed to stop being a midcarder and start being held on the same level as Nanae or Haruyama or Tamura.
Just winning the belt won't really put her on the level of any of those three. Its more how they book her reign and how much she herself steps it up.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JoshiFanficz on July 18, 2010, 03:18:48 PM
GO EAT YOUR FUCKIN HATS PEOPLE!
(http://i29.tinypic.com/8vx72b.jpg)

 *whee
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 18, 2010, 03:30:35 PM
She'll drop it to Kayoko. October.

No way. I predict she won't lose the title before JWP Pure Slam 2011.

If I had my wish, her reign will last as least as long as Kayoko's did. The news of Yoneyama finally becoming JWP champ is even better than learning about KAORU's title victory from last weekend, whom I'm also very happy for for winning her first major singles' belt after so many years.

It sounds like Yone will be defending against outsiders for a while.  I think JWP's hoping to get their attendance up to at least where they were before Hyuga retired.  I bet a defense against Emi Sakura will happen, although I'm suprised that Bolshoi went over Emi today.  Another bit of speculation I'll participate in is with the JWP vs Ito Dojo thing.  It's funny after Ito Dojo being basically ignored by everyone else for the past year or so, that now both OZ and JWP have booked Ito recently.  My guess is that people are positioning themselves for if/when Ayako Hamada gets released by TNA and returns to work in Japan.  Presumably if Ayako comes back, she'll still be booking through Ito Dojo and from JWP's standpoint a Yone-Hamada match would be pretty desirable.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 18, 2010, 04:00:16 PM
I'm just glad Yoneyama finally got her due, however long it lasts. And this is finally the credibility she needed to stop being a midcarder and start being held on the same level as Nanae or Haruyama or Tamura.
Just winning the belt won't really put her on the level of any of those three. Its more how they book her reign and how much she herself steps it up.


Very true. Even after Haruka ended Tamura's super long title reign, the awful booking kept it from really meaning anything for her.

I'd say JWP's gonna put the title on Ayako at Pureslam '11.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 18, 2010, 07:37:13 PM
I just realized...where is the picture of bald Nanae? Or does she not have to lose her hair cuz she lost her title?
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 18, 2010, 08:03:27 PM
Maybe it was just an ultra heated thing and they were going to do stuff like cut each other's hair or something, which would explain the odd hair on Yoneyama.

EvilPaul upped this:
JWP 04/07/2010 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbSEOz_4SpM#)

Yone-chan just grabbed the chair out from under Nanae, so definite heat.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: EP28 on July 19, 2010, 01:56:04 AM
I just realized...where is the picture of bald Nanae? Or does she not have to lose her hair cuz she lost her title?

Purolove lists the match as Title vs Hair Match. Likely she didn't lose her hair.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 19, 2010, 03:29:42 AM
I just realized...where is the picture of bald Nanae? Or does she not have to lose her hair cuz she lost her title?

Yeah, it ended up only Kaori was risking her hair.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 19, 2010, 08:09:26 AM
Also, Hama's sig is GIGANTIC.....and Dragon Gate's major FAIL so we don't want Shingo on our BandWagon anyway!(JH and Me are the Driver's I assume, since didn't we start the GIVE THAT BITCH THE TITLE thing?)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 19, 2010, 08:29:05 PM
Yeah, I think it was right after I saw the Yone/Hyuga JWP title match that had me riding the Kaori Bandwagon pretty hard. I kept imagining the scenarios for her to wrestle for the ittle against hyuga again because that match was just so fuckin' money and really rpoved that aori can get in there with a superior worker and hold her own AND exceed expectations.

I remember first seeing Yone-chan in 2002 and soemthing just clicked for me...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Coffee on July 20, 2010, 01:30:02 AM
i'll be humpin' the Yoneyama bandwagon for all i care ...
(http://i192.photobucket.com/albums/z94/aliciacowgirlup/mz_6171602_bodyshot_300x400-1.gif)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 20, 2010, 04:07:09 AM
Just tell her to watch out for that Tanny Mouse on 8/1. Could become the shortest JWP Openweight Title reign ever.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 20, 2010, 06:47:21 AM
Just tell her to watch out for that Tanny Mouse on 8/1. Could become the shortest JWP Openweight Title reign ever.

Yeah, Yone-chan could get knocked out by one of those Tannibutts and we'll have another accidental champion ala Emi vs Nanae.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 20, 2010, 07:51:11 AM
Main event for JFW updated:

Kaori Yoneyama / J.H. / Yoneyamark vs. Mohammed Yone / 1JoshI / Hama Akira it is Thick!!!!!!!

http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/index.php?topic=1208.msg46696#msg46696 (http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/index.php?topic=1208.msg46696#msg46696)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 20, 2010, 09:18:53 AM
JWP is going to have a summer tag team tournament, with 8 teams.  The first round will be spread over two shows, July 24th at Itabashi Green Hall and August 7th at Hachioji-shi University Town Center.  The semifinals and finals are on August 15th at Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall (they'll be doing a doubleheader with OZ Academy that day that's part of this years Plum Mariko Memorial).  I don't know if the titles will be on the line in this tournament; probably not, but the winner would certainly be in line for a title shot.

The 8 teams involved are champs KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu, new singles champ Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi, Sachie Abe & Aja Kong (wow, Abe has really raised the stakes in her bid to get the tag titles back), Kayoko Haruyama & Tanny Mouse, Keito & Asami Kawasaki, Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai (POWAH team), Leon & Kagetu, and Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi.  I'm predicting an Abe/Kong vs Kuragaki/Kansai finals, with Abe/Kong winning. 

The card for the 24th has 2 tournament matches: Yoneyama/Bolshoi vs Haruyama/Tanny and Keito/Asami vs Leon/Kagetu, and singles matches with Sachie Abe vs "Moon Mitsuki" (the new rookie), Kuragaki vs Yuki Miyazaki, and KAZUKI vs Hanako.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 20, 2010, 10:09:08 AM
Lovers gonna love, haters gonna hate, eh?

PS-you're still not getting any money from me.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 20, 2010, 10:40:50 AM
By joining JFW, I pay you actually. Apparently JFW players get paid in porn ;-D
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 20, 2010, 11:02:47 AM
Only thing is, I never actually have joined JFW. I'm what they call "Independent/Freelancer".
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 20, 2010, 11:47:04 AM
Freelancers get taken care of too. But you can only select porn from the bargain bins...

EDIT: Sorry for taking us off topic, back to JWP Results and the reign of Yone-Chan~
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Nagashimark on July 20, 2010, 12:07:38 PM
Yeah, Yone-chan could get knocked out by one of those Tannibutts and we'll have another accidental champion ala Emi vs Nanae.

LOL, the only singles title I can see Tanny win would be the DDT Ironman heavymetal championship.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 20, 2010, 02:00:41 PM
Yeah, Yone-chan could get knocked out by one of those Tannibutts and we'll have another accidental champion ala Emi vs Nanae.

LOL, the only singles title I can see Tanny win would be the DDT Ironman heavymetal championship.

How about Sakura Hirota's new home-made title????
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 20, 2010, 02:19:07 PM
Actually, Tanny has already won the Iron Man Title 5 times in her career by my count. Everything else has been tag team (mostly with Yuki) so she's due at least one singles run before she retires at the end of the year.

(PS-No deals, shup. I have no intent of participating regardless)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on July 20, 2010, 03:35:15 PM

(PS-No deals, shup. I have no intent of participating regardless)

You don't have to do a thing dude. People are just going to vote and you'll most likely lose cuz you're the heel and you don't believe in TEH YONE. But that's what heels are for. I won't use you ever again after the main event, but in either case you don't have to even lift a finger.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 20, 2010, 08:41:27 PM
Paid on porn?

I'll gladly take my share in Rin Aoki and Milk Aima DVDs!

James
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Osito on July 21, 2010, 01:18:05 AM
I went to the JWP show last weekend in Korakuen Hall. Takahashi vs Yoneyama was one of the better joshi matches I saw on my 2 week trip in Japan. This show seemed to be a good show to change the title to Yone, as people were going nuts when she won the title.

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on July 24, 2010, 02:42:32 PM
A couple of surprising results from JWP's show today, including the first two of the 1st round matches in the summer tag tournament.  I never thought Kagetu would get the fall-I figured she was there to take the fall.  I'm also quite suprised that Kayoko and not Tanny lost to the Yone/Bolshoi team.  The other two first round matches will take place on August 7th, with semifinals and finals on August 15th.

JWP July 24, 2010
Itabashi Green Hall
126 Fans


1. Sachie Abe defeated Moon Mitsuki (?) (9:27) with a Diving Body Press.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Yuki Miyazaki (11:43) with a Lariat.
3. KAZUKI defeated Hanako Kobayashi (11:32) with Death By Roderick.
4. JWP Summer Tag Tournament 1st Round: Leon & Kagetu defeated Keito & Asami Kawasaki (14:59) when Kagetu used a Cradle on Keito.
5. JWP Summer Tag Tournament 1st Round: Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Tanny Mouse (12:50) when Bolshoi used a W-Style Hold on Haruyama.

 
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 24, 2010, 07:57:18 PM
Wow, poor Keito. I mean she's pretty awful but still...2 years ago she jobbed to Arisa and this year she jobs to Kagetu.

I guess Kagetu's gonna get the big Meiko Push unless Meiko's ready to push all of her girls now.(here's hoping for a Cuty Honey Sachiko push!)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Eivion on July 24, 2010, 10:53:17 PM
I just want heel Hiren kicking her fellow Sendai wrestlers' asses.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 27, 2010, 05:35:19 AM
JWP will have the last two first round matches for the summer tag tournament at the August 7th show at Hachioji-shi University Town Center Event Hall.  Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI face Sachie Abe & Aja Kong while Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai face Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi.  The winners advance to the Osaka show on the 15th.  The four teams that advance (Leon & Kagetu and Yoneyama & Bolshoi have already won) will be drawn by random into semifinal matches; the finals will be at that show as well.

There will be 3 other matches at the Hachioji show. They haven't been announce but Jaguar Yokota will appear.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on July 29, 2010, 11:56:22 AM
JWP will have the last two first round matches for the summer tag tournament at the August 7th show at Hachioji-shi University Town Center Event Hall.  Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI face Sachie Abe & Aja Kong while Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai face Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi.  The winners advance to the Osaka show on the 15th.  The four teams that advance (Leon & Kagetu and Yoneyama & Bolshoi have already won) will be drawn by random into semifinal matches; the finals will be at that show as well.

There will be 3 other matches at the Hachioji show. They haven't been announce but Jaguar Yokota will appear.

Full card for Hachioji.

JWP Hachioji-shi University Town Center Event Hall
August 7, 2010


1. Jaguar Yokota vs Moon Mitsuki
2. Leon vs Basara
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Keito
4. JWP Summer Tag Team Tournament 1st Round: Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai vs Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi
5. JWP Summer Tag Team Tournament 1st Round: KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu vs Sachie Abe & Aja Kong
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on July 29, 2010, 02:23:21 PM
Quote
JWP is going to have a summer tag team tournament, with 8 teams

Haven't checked this thread in a while, so nice to come in and find this AWESOME & AMAZING news. I was just thinking to myself, that ya know, joshi just doesn't have enough fucking tournaments each year, it's so sad and then BAM, here comes another, WOOT WOOT YALL!!!!!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on July 29, 2010, 04:10:22 PM
Quote
JWP is going to have a summer tag team tournament, with 8 teams

Haven't checked this thread in a while, so nice to come in and find this AWESOME & AMAZING news. I was just thinking to myself, that ya know, joshi just doesn't have enough fucking tournaments each year, it's so sad and then BAM, here comes another, WOOT WOOT YALL!!!!!

....are you being sarcastic? I'm very bad at reading sarcasm as you know...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: General HENkada on July 29, 2010, 05:46:53 PM
The WOOT WOOT YALL might have been a hint, but [sarcasm][/sarcasm] tags are helpful.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 29, 2010, 05:50:18 PM
lol it's obvious sarcasm, I mean JWP just had a tag tournament earlier this year, along with 2 singles tournaments.

No one in Joshi can book anymore so that's why...I mean NEO couldn't even follow up in that Nanae/Kana worked shoot and that would have been the best thing they had going.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 30, 2010, 03:38:53 AM
(http://blog-imgs-47-origin.fc2.com/j/w/p/jwpinfo/moon_convert_20100729024728.jpg)
This is the new wrestler who just debuted on 7/18.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on July 30, 2010, 07:35:15 AM
(http://blog-imgs-47-origin.fc2.com/j/w/p/jwpinfo/moon_convert_20100729024728.jpg)
This is the new wrestler who just debuted on 7/18.

Can't see, you might have to save it to Tinypic...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 30, 2010, 07:37:52 AM
Fortunately I also uploaded one to Puroresu Representin'...JWP doesn't like hotlinkers, I guess.
(http://representingpuroresu.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/moon.jpg?w=425)
Also appears her ring name is actually Moon Mizuki, not Mitsuki.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 07, 2010, 05:55:05 PM
Results from today at Hachioji School City Center:
They claimed 165 paid.
Jaguar Yokota beat Moon Mizuki in 5:39.

Leon beat Basara in 14:23.

Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi beat Kayoko Haruyama & Keito in 15:03. Yoneyama pinned Keito.

Summer Tag Team Tournament:
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai beat Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi in 13:17. Kuragaki pinned Kobayashi after Metal Wing.
Sachie Abe & Aja Kong beat Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI in 9:53. Abe pinned KAZUKI after a Kong elbow drop.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 07, 2010, 06:00:39 PM
Updated card for the 8/15 event, which will be a Plum Mariko Memorial Event:
Sawako Shimotsuke vs. Moon Mizuki
Summer Tag Team Tournament Semifinals:
Sachie Abe & Aja Kong vs. Leon & Kagetu
Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai
Plum Mariko Memorial Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Mayumi Ozaki & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Keito, KAZUKI & Carlos Amano
Summer Tag Team Tournament Finals
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on August 07, 2010, 06:06:50 PM
There's a fine tradition of Moons in JWP's History like Moon Ayako and uhhh....Moon Ayako.
I wonder if she can live up to the name...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on August 07, 2010, 07:08:16 PM
There's a fine tradition of Moons in JWP's History like Moon Ayako and uhhh....Moon Ayako.
I wonder if she can live up to the name...

Are you being sarcastic? Because the part of my brain that processes sarcasm is defective...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 14, 2010, 04:53:27 AM
Good luck getting it outside of Japan, but it appears they're putting out a music CD soon:
jwp新人募集.mpg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yaamjPxiE4#)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 15, 2010, 04:31:52 AM
Results from today's Plum Mariko Memorial event at Osaka Azalea Taisho:
They claimed 167 paid.
Sawako Shimotsuke beat Moon Mizuki in 9:43.

Summer Tag Team Tournament Semifinals:
Leon & Kagetu beat Sachie Abe & Aja Kong in 13:10. Leon pinned Abe.
Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi beat Tsubasa Kuragaki & Dynamite Kansai in 12:13. Bolshoi pinned Kuragaki after a huracanrana.

Plum Mariko Memorial Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Mayumi Ozaki & Ran Yu-Yu beat Keito, KAZUKI & Carlos Amano in 14:18. Haruyama pinned KAZUKI after a diving guillotine drop.

Summer Tag Team Tournament Finals: Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi beat Leon & Kagetu in 13:26 to win the tournament. Yoneyama pinned Kagetu.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 15, 2010, 04:35:57 AM
Upcoming matches coming out of today:
The first match for 8/29 is Sachie Abe vs. KAZUKI. If Abe wins, then she'll get a JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Title shot and her partner in the title match will be Aja Kong.

Full card for 8/22 at the JWP School:
Moon Mizuki vs. TBA
Kaori Yoneyama & Hikari Minami vs. Command Bolshoi & Sayaka Obihiro
Poolside Match: Kayoko Haruyama, Sachie Abe & Keito vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki, KAZUKI & Leon
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on August 15, 2010, 08:40:36 AM
New theory, Bolshoi put the belt on Yoneyama just to boost CD sales...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 15, 2010, 08:55:15 PM
(http://livedoor.2.blogimg.jp/ozacademy/imgs/a/5/a5e2dbb5.jpg)

(http://livedoor.2.blogimg.jp/ozacademy/imgs/7/6/765f4351.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 18, 2010, 04:16:05 AM
A couple of changes for Sunday's JWP School card:
Moon Mizuki's opponent was announced today, it'll be Tomoko Morii.
The 6 person poolside match apparently is now an 8 person match: kayoko Haryama, Keito, Sachie Abe & Ayako Sato vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki, KAZUKI, Leon & Hanako Kobayashi. Rule TBA on day of event.
The other announced match is Kaori Yoneyama & Hikari Minami vs. Command Bolshoi & Sayaka Obihiro.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 22, 2010, 04:29:24 AM
Updated card for 8/29 at Tokyo Cinema Club:
Moon Mizuki vs. Basara
Kayoko Haruyama & Asami Kawasaki vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Keito
KAZUKI vs. Sachie Abe. If Abe wins she & Aja Kong get a JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Title shot
Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs. Emi Sakura & TBA from Ice Ribbon
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 23, 2010, 04:26:32 AM
Results from Sunday's JWP School event:
They claimed 123 paid (super full house/overflow).
Tomoko Morii beat Moon Mizuki in 8:36.

Kaori Yoneyama & Hikari Minami beat Command Bolshoi & Sayaka Obihiro in 12:11. Yoneyama pinned Obihiro after a missile kick.

In a Poolside Elimination Match, where you had to drop a pinned or submitted opponent into a pool within a 20 count to eliminate them, Tsubasa Kuragaki, KAZUKI, Leon & Hanako Kobayashi beat Kayoko Haruyama, Keito, Ayako Sato & Moon Mizuki in 24:28. Order of elimination: KAZUKI, Mizuki, Kobayashi, Keito, Sato, Leon, Haruyama. Kuragaki remains and wins for her team.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on August 23, 2010, 10:45:58 AM


LOL you mean Hikari Fukuoka

Turns out that was actually Fukuoka's name at one time. Probably before the JWP name change or something. ..I found some old cherrybabe profiles. ..she's listed as "Akira Fukuoka" but when she starts teaming with Tomoko Kuzumi/Azumi Hygua she becomes "Hikari". That confused me when I got into joshi. Thought there were two Fukuoka's.

Then there's some chick named "Kaori Nakayama" that is only 4'9" and looks real familiar.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 23, 2010, 11:32:55 AM
Then there's some chick named "Kaori Nakayama" that is only 4'9" and looks real familiar.

She's an old FMW joshi wrestler, and is married to Masato Tanaka. Pretty sure she's retired now.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 23, 2010, 11:54:46 AM
Kaori Nakayama was fun, and had this really great match with Mayumi Ozaki. Though the rumors of why she got into prowres are really creepy(her husband got off on watching her being fucked by wrestlers) but even if they are true, stuff like that doesn't matter as long as she can wrestle which she can...or could as she is retired.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: shupercousin on August 23, 2010, 01:00:49 PM


LOL you mean Hikari Fukuoka

Turns out that was actually Fukuoka's name at one time. Probably before the JWP name change or something. ..I found some old cherrybabe profiles. ..she's listed as "Akira Fukuoka" but when she starts teaming with Tomoko Kuzumi/Azumi Hygua she becomes "Hikari". That confused me when I got into joshi. Thought there were two Fukuoka's.

Then there's some chick named "Kaori Nakayama" that is only 4'9" and looks real familiar.

Not sure if it was just mistranslation, the kanji for their names is the same:

福 岡 Hikari Fukuoka
北 斗 Akira Hokuto

Not sure why it's translated to Hikari in one case and Akira in another...

Lucky??? *Blush
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on August 23, 2010, 07:32:15 PM


LOL you mean Hikari Fukuoka

Turns out that was actually Fukuoka's name at one time. Probably before the JWP name change or something. ..I found some old cherrybabe profiles. ..she's listed as "Akira Fukuoka" but when she starts teaming with Tomoko Kuzumi/Azumi Hygua she becomes "Hikari". That confused me when I got into joshi. Thought there were two Fukuoka's.

Then there's some chick named "Kaori Nakayama" that is only 4'9" and looks real familiar.

Not sure if it was just mistranslation, the kanji for their names is the same:

福 岡 Hikari Fukuoka
北 斗 Akira Hokuto

Not sure why it's translated to Hikari in one case and Akira in another...

Lucky??? *Blush

Ah, I see. I remember there being confusion about those two being the same person.  A lot of people couldn't see why Hokuto would have a male name. Kind of weird that Michiko didn't catch it.

Kaori Nakayama was fun, and had this really great match with Mayumi Ozaki. Though the rumors of why she got into prowres are really creepy(her husband got off on watching her being fucked by wrestlers) but even if they are true, stuff like that doesn't matter as long as she can wrestle which she can...or could as she is retired.

...that's a sweet deal. Reminds me of this guy I met.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 25, 2010, 07:17:24 AM
Though the rumors of why she got into prowres are really creepy(her husband got off on watching her being fucked by wrestlers

Where did you hear that rumor?? That amazing bullshit right there.

Okay, now the real reason she got into pro wrestling:

Kaori Nakayama's mother is Miyoko Hoshino, the 1970s Zenjo wrestler who won both the WWWA Singles title and the WWWA Tag Title with Jumbo Miyamoto. Obviously her real name is Miyoko Nakayama. They were the 1st  mother-daughter combo to both go into pro wrestling.

Jesus Christ.

As for 晶 it can be read as both Hikari or Akira (among other names like Aki, Hikaru, Akinori, Sayaka etc.). I remember explaining this before about Japanese names, that many characters can be read different ways. That's why next to a new debuts' name you'll often see it spelled out in Hiragana as well to avoid mis-pronunciation. Obviously online translators will have trouble with this as even Japanese people do.

I can tell you that according to their Japanese Wikipedia pages that it's Akira Hokuto (あきら ほくと) and Hikari Fukuoka (ひかり ふくおか).


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 25, 2010, 08:20:13 AM
Maybe I'm thinking Miss Mongol. It was one of the FMW wrestlers thta the rumor was about.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: rzombie1988 on August 25, 2010, 10:44:44 AM
Maybe I'm thinking Miss Mongol. It was one of the FMW wrestlers thta the rumor was about.
It's not Mongol.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 25, 2010, 11:59:12 AM
Ok, so it was Kaori Nakayama that the rumor was about, but from what luckycleareyes I guess it's just random sleaze from the internet.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on August 25, 2010, 12:10:51 PM
A few changes to the 8/29 card.  Sachie Abe has a back injury, explaining her absence.

JWP 8/29/2010
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Moon Mizuki vs Basara
2. Leon & Ayako Sato vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Asami Kawasaki vs Tsubasa Kuragaki & Keito
4. KAZUKI vs Hanako Kobayashi
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs Emi Sakura & X
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 26, 2010, 04:18:54 AM
2 more items announced:
Jaguar Yokota participation was announced for 9/5 at JWP School.

The first match for 9/19 at Shinjuku Face is JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. Emi Sakura for the title.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on August 26, 2010, 04:58:23 AM
Kaori Nakayam got into wrestling because she was second generation. Her mother was a wrestler as well. I thought the rumors of her in the FMW locker room didn't start until after she and Tanaka got engaged.

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on August 29, 2010, 08:15:48 AM
Results of today's Cinema Club show.  Sachie Abe was pulled for a minor injury, but her singles match with KAZUKI to determine if Abe & Aja Kong get a tag title shot will happen at the dojo show on September 5th.  Also, it was announced that Keito has been "dismissed from the organization".  She does have what will apparently be her final JWP match on the 19th against Kayoko Haruyama.  I can't tell if this is a retirement or if Keito will freelance or join another group.

Ice Ribbon got a bit of revenge, as Emi pinned Bolshoi in a tag match after Bolshoi's title win for the ICEx60 championship in that 19Pro show earlier this week.

JWP August 29, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
162 Fans


1. Basara defeated Moon Mizuki (8:14) with a Brainbuster.
2. Leon & Ayako Sato vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Asami Kawasaki defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Keito (12:18) when Haruyama used a Lariat on Keito.
4. KAZUKI defeated Hanako Kobayashi with a Somersault Throw.
5. Emi Sakura & Hikari Minami defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi (13:24) when Emi used La Magistral on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 29, 2010, 09:55:15 AM
Freelancer. Whenever a translation says "retreating/quitting group" that's not retirement.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 03, 2010, 05:14:15 AM
Updated card for Sunday's school event, Sachie Abe is already back:
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Moon Mizuki vs. Basara & Leon
KAZUKI vs. Sachie Abe (this does not appear to have the tag team title shot stip though)
Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi & Jaguar Yokota vs. Kayoko Haruyama, Keito & Leon. Special rule TBA on event day.

Kayoko vs. Keito also has been added to 9/19.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 04, 2010, 10:45:39 AM
More 9/19 matches just announced, updated card:
Keito Final JWP Match: Keito vs. Kayoko Haruyama
Tsubasa Kuragaki, Ran Yu-Yu & Carlos Amano vs. Yoshiko Tamura, Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse
JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs. Aja Kong & TBA for the titles
JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. Emi Sakura for the title
After this event, Keito will become a freelancer.

Also announced today was JWP CLIMAX 2010, their annual year-end blowout show. This year's edition is 12/23 at Korakuen.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 06, 2010, 02:38:29 PM
Results from Sunday's JWP School event:
They claimed 120 paid (super full house/overflow).
Leon & Basara beat Kayoko Haruyama & Moon Mizuki in 14:08. Leon pinned Mizuki.

KAZUKI beat Sachie Abe in 5:58.

In a North Pole Death Match, Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi & Jaguar Yokota beat Tsubasa Kuragaki, Keito & Leon in 12:30. Yokota pinned Kuragaki. Rules: "As for the place abduction falling person until “you scratch and the finishing eat the ice” tournament right is lost.When team everyone falls down outside the place, if within 20 counting someone “you scratch the ice” the all-inclusive food is not done, the being defeated of that team you become."
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 06, 2010, 02:42:35 PM
Updates today for 9/19:
JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI vs. Aja Kong & TBA for the titles: TBA will be Sachie Abe.

Also added:
Leon & Basara vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
Command Bolshoi vs. TBA from Ice Ribbon
Sawako Shimotsuke participation
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 14, 2010, 06:32:53 AM
This should be the final card.

JWP "REVOLUTION 2010" September 19, 2010
Shinjuku FACE


1. Moon Mitsuki & Misaki Ohata vs Hiren & Sawako Shimono
2. Keito Final JWP Match: Kayoko Haruyama vs Keito
3. Command Bolshoi, Leon, & Basara vs Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo, & Kazumi Shimouma
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Ran Yu-Yu, & Carlos Amano vs Yoshiko Tamura, Tanny Mouse, & Yuki Miyazaki
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu (c) vs Aja Kong & Sachie Abe
6. JWP Openweight Championship: Kaori Yoneyama (c) vs Emi Sakura
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 19, 2010, 09:46:42 AM
Results from today at Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 600 paid (super full bill stop/a Full House).
Hiren & Sawako Shimotsuke beat Misaki Ohata & Moon Mizuki in 11:50. Hiren beat Mizuki with an ankle hold.

Keito Final JWP Match: Kayoko Haruyama beat Keito in 6:48. Keito is now a freelancer.

Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo & Kazumi Shimouma beat Command Bolshoi, Leon & Basara in 15:49. Natsuki pinned Basara with La Magistral.

Tsubasa Kuragaki, Carlos Amano & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Yoshiko Tamura, Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse went to a 20 minute time limit draw.

Sachie Abe & Aja Kong beat JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI in 13:05 to win the titles. Abe & Kong become the 35th JWP Tag Team Champions & the 8th Daily Sports Tag Team Champions. Abe pinned KAZUKI with La Magistral.

In A Hair vs. Hair Match, JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyema beat Emi Sakura in 20:18 to retain the title. V2 for Yoneyama. As a reult, Sakura loses her hair. Geez.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 19, 2010, 12:45:02 PM
She's still gorgeous
(http://i51.tinypic.com/140xn9t.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: JoshiFanficz on September 19, 2010, 03:38:13 PM
Even though I'm relieved that Yoneyama retained, poor Emi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on September 20, 2010, 05:11:54 AM
What si it with Yoneyama and hair amtches?

Is this her new thing?
Defend title, put hair on the line...

James
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: luckycleareyes on September 20, 2010, 11:25:33 AM
What si it with Yoneyama and hair amtches?

Is this her new thing?
Defend title, put hair on the line...

James


It seems like it. Have you seen her hair lately? It's growing out of control.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 20, 2010, 11:53:06 AM
I'm not LOVING it, BUT it is something different and puts some extra effort in her reign. Can't think of whom else would be willing to lose their hair to her, maybe Kana, Kimura, Ozaki, AKINO, or Meiko.

Aja's been working in JWP more now, and has been growing her hair out again randomly, maybe they'll give her that one win to legitimize her, or I'm just dreaming.

Either way, at the very least it adds some big intrigue to her reign, and gives hope she might be more than just Haruka's Jobber Reign 2.0.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on September 20, 2010, 09:03:29 PM
I guess it's to put more heat on the matches. Do they feel there's no heat even on title matches? I guess this building up a big rub for whoever finally beats Yoneyama and might even make Yoneyama stronger after her reign is done. Will sending a bigger crowd home unhappy draw more or less? In American wrestling things like this have a habit of drawing more but Japan is different.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on September 21, 2010, 05:39:43 AM
JWP "REVOLUTION 2010" September 26, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. Moon Mitsuki vs Kazumi Shimouma
2. KAZUKI vs Minori Makiba
3. Sachie Abe & Misaki Ohata vs Leon & Basara
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Yoshiko Tamura
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs Kayoko Haruyama & Hailey Hatred
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on September 26, 2010, 09:41:54 AM
JWP "JWP REVOLUTION" September 26, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
179 Fans


1. Kazumi Shimouma defeated Moon Mitsuki (7:28) with a Half Slam Buster.
2. KAZUKI defeated Minori Makiba (11:21) with the K-Crusher.
3. Leon & KAZUKI defeated Sachie Abe & Misaki Ohata (12:33) when Leon used the Captured Buster on Ohata.
4. Yoshiko Tamura defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (12:06).
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Hailey Hatred (13:29) when Bolshoi pinned Haruyama.

KAZUKI replaced Basara (who missed JWP & NEO today due to illness) in the tag match.  Bolshoi vs Haruyama in singles was announced for 10/10.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 02, 2010, 04:57:58 AM
3 matches set for 10/10 at Tokyo Cinema Club, the interesting one is Kaori Yoneyama vs .Hailey Hatred. Since both sides wanted to do it and the respective commissioners agree to it, the match is now for the JWP Openweight Championship and Hatred's AIW Women's World Title and TLW World Women's Title.

The other matches are Command Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama and Leon, Misaki Ohata & Basara vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki, Cherry & Cherry Bomb.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Eivion on October 02, 2010, 07:24:22 AM
I suppose they will do a draw or they hope to have Yoneyama drop by wherever their promotions are located.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 02, 2010, 04:03:36 PM
3 matches set for 10/10 at Tokyo Cinema Club, the interesting one is Kaori Yoneyama vs .Hailey Hatred. Since both sides wanted to do it and the respective commissioners agree to it, the match is now for the JWP Openweight Championship and Hatred's AIW Women's World Title and TLW World Women's Title.

I smell an 80's non-finish!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 02, 2010, 05:11:21 PM
Probably a DQ or double countout. No way they go an hour.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 02, 2010, 08:27:55 PM
She and Hailey went to a DQ at new FMW.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on October 02, 2010, 11:23:00 PM
Perhaps they could do a 30 minute draw? I'm not a fan of DQ finishes or count-outs, as they kill the appeal of the match for me.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 06, 2010, 03:49:54 AM
There's always a no contest too.

An 11/28 event at Tokyo Cinema Club has been added to the schedule. First match announced is JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Sachie Abe & Aja Kong vs. TBA for the titles.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 11, 2010, 02:41:57 AM
Results from yesterday at Tokyo Cinema Club:
They claimed 193 paid.
Kagetu beat Moon Mizuki in 6:41 by ref stoppage.

KAZUKI & Sawako Shimotsuke beat Sachie Abe & Megumi Yabushita in 11:27. KAZUKI pinned Abe.

Tsubasa Kuragaki, Cherry & Cherry Bomb beat Leon, Misaki Ohata & basara in 16:03. Bomb pinned Basara.

Kayoko Haruyama beat Command Bolshoi in 16:59.

JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. AIW World Women's & TLW World Women's Heavyweight Champion Hailey Hatred went to a double countout in 11:33. Which led to...
JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. AIW World Women's & TLW World Women's Heavyweight Champion Hailey Hatred went to a double KO in 3:17. As a result, both retain their respective titles. V5 for Yoneyama. V? for Hatred.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: General HENkada on October 11, 2010, 06:13:53 AM
JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. AIW World Women's & TLW World Women's Heavyweight Champion Hailey Hatred went to a double countout in 11:33. Which led to...
JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. AIW World Women's & TLW World Women's Heavyweight Champion Hailey Hatred went to a double KO in 3:17. As a result, both retain their respective titles. V5 for Yoneyama. V? for Hatred.
You called that one... and Oni too.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: FLIK on October 11, 2010, 03:46:35 PM
Quote
Then there's some chick named "Kaori Nakayama" that is only 4'9" and looks real familiar.


Kaori Nakayama was fun, and had this really great match with Mayumi Ozaki. Though the rumors of why she got into prowres are really creepy(her husband got off on watching her being fucked by wrestlers) but even if they are true

She was 16 when she started in wrestling so doubt she was married at the time.
Never have seen it confirmed anywhear reliable (as in not some random mention on a msg board) that she is/was married to Masato Tanaka.
And considering her dad was a promoter & her mom is former 2 time 3WA champ & AJW hall of fame member Miyoko Hoshino I kind of figure she had diffrent reasons for getting into wrestling...

Oh and while she is super short she's a lot taller then 4'9...


Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on October 13, 2010, 10:21:26 AM
4'9"~4'10" isn't that short in Joshi. Yoneyama's barely that tall.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 14, 2010, 05:14:15 AM
The first match is set for 10/24, it's going to start the process to determine the tag title challengers on 11/28. It's a mini-tournament that's a little odd: It's KAZUKI vs. Kagetu vs. either Kaori Yoneyama or Command Bolshoi in a 3-way. The wrestler who takes the fall is eliminated, as is their partner-to-be (the teams are KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu, Yoneyama & Bolshoi and Kagetu & Leon). The winner and the other wrestler (the one who did not take the losing fall) move on to a tag match on 11/5 at Itabashi. Winners there get the title shot.

Cherry participation was also announced.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 24, 2010, 09:31:12 AM
Actually it kinda is short, considering the shortest woman in joshi is only 4'9" (Chii Tomiya).

Results from today's event at Kitasenju Theater 1010:
They claimed 138 paid (full house/sellout).
Tanny Mouse beat Moon Mizuki in 6:03.

Leon & Basara beat Sachie Abe & Hikaru Shida in 12:53. Leon pinned Shida.

Shuji Ishikawa (DDT/Union Pro) beat Tsubasa Kuragaki in 14:58.

Command Bolshoi beat KAZUKI & Kagetu in a 3-way in 7:54 by pinning KAZUKI. As a result, Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Kagetu & Leon is set for 11/5 at Itabashi Green Hall. The winners will face JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Sachie Abe & Aja Kong on 11/28 at Tokyo Cinema Club for the titles.

Kaori Yoneyama & Hailey Hatred beat Kayoko Haruyama & Cherry in 12:45. Yoneyama pinned Haruyama.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 24, 2010, 09:40:02 AM
[q]The wrestler who takes the fall is eliminated, as is their partner-to-be (the teams are KAZUKI & Toshie Uematsu, Yoneyama & Bolshoi and Kagetu & Leon). The winner and the other wrestler (the one who did not take the losing fall) move on to a tag match on 11/5 at Itabashi. Winners there get the title shot.[/q]
Said 3-way went down today, and as a result on 11/5 it's Bolshoi & Yoneyama vs. Kagetu & Leon. KAZUKI was pinned by Bolshoi today so they're out. Winners on 11/5 face Abe & Kong on 11/28.

Full 10/31 JWP School card announced today, naturally it will have a Halloween theme as everyone will be in costumes. And candy will be given out to all fans.
Moon Mizuki vs. TBA
Sachie Abe & Jaguar Yokota vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & KAZUKI
"arrow God mallow" Pre-Debut Match: "arrow God mallow", Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama, Leon & Aiger/Eiger. There is a special rule, something along the lines of having to eat a rice ball if falling outside the ring in order to return. The new wrestler has her "real" debut in another promotion on November 13.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 24, 2010, 10:54:51 AM
if you could post the kanji, I can get a phonic translation because I doubt her name is "arrow god mallow"
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 24, 2010, 07:25:49 PM
Of course it isn't, that's what my online translation came out as.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on October 24, 2010, 10:14:43 PM
"arrow God mallow" Pre-Debut Match: "arrow God mallow", Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama, Leon & Aiger/Eiger. There is a special rule, something along the lines of having to eat a rice ball if falling outside the ring in order to return. The new wrestler has her "real" debut in another promotion on November 13.

Her name is Yagami Aoi (矢神葵), she's going to officially debut in Toroumon Japan on 11/13, didn't know they have female roster....

(http://a3.twimg.com/profile_images/1121698307/yagamiaoi2.JPG)

Her twitter and a picture: http://twitter.com/# (http://twitter.com/#)!/2bu2bu_always

EDIT: On Bolshoi's blog she talked about her pre-debut in JWP, apparently Yagami Aoi is born deaf:

http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10670180741.html (http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10670180741.html)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on October 24, 2010, 11:57:50 PM
"arrow God mallow" Pre-Debut Match: "arrow God mallow", Kaori Yoneyama & Command Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama, Leon & Aiger/Eiger. There is a special rule, something along the lines of having to eat a rice ball if falling outside the ring in order to return. The new wrestler has her "real" debut in another promotion on November 13.

Her name is Yagami Aoi (矢神葵), she's going to officially debut in Toroumon Japan on 11/13, didn't know they have female roster....

(http://a3.twimg.com/profile_images/1121698307/yagamiaoi2.JPG)

Her twitter and a picture: http://twitter.com/# (http://twitter.com/#)!/2bu2bu_always

EDIT: On Bolshoi's blog she talked about her pre-debut in JWP, apparently Yagami Aoi is born deaf:

http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10670180741.html (http://ameblo.jp/piko-jwp/entry-10670180741.html)

She kinda looks like a female Doi.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on October 25, 2010, 12:55:55 AM
Actually it kinda is short, considering the shortest woman in joshi is only 4'9" (Chii Tomiya).

I meant that it's not uncommon. Yoneyama's 4'11" at most. Natsuki is quite short and Momoe is barely 5'0". ASARI was billed at 4'11" and so was Linda Starr. Baby A was probably. ....

Miho Watabe was 4'8", so she was probably the shortest. (xhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aWdvuK2kg)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 25, 2010, 09:50:52 AM
Shortest is the new Loli from STarDom who isn't even 4 feet tall.  *Oni*
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: 孤星 on October 25, 2010, 10:20:05 AM
But it's a kid isn't it? Kids don't count. *haha
Neither does whatever the hell the cast of StarDom would be considered as.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on October 25, 2010, 10:38:27 AM
Actually it kinda is short, considering the shortest woman in joshi is only 4'9" (Chii Tomiya).

I meant that it's not uncommon. Yoneyama's 4'11" at most. Natsuki is quite short and Momoe is barely 5'0". ASARI was billed at 4'11" and so was Linda Starr. Baby A was probably. ....

Miho Watabe was 4'8", so she was probably the shortest. (xhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aWdvuK2kg)

I'm using cm/2.54=inches as a conversion.

James Phillips' old site has Miho Watabe (Baby-M/Baby-A) at 145 cm (4'9) and 45 kg (99 lbs.)

Chii Tomiya from Ice Ribbon is 142 cm (4'8) and 45 Kg according to the Ice Ribbon website, and she's 19 (4/25/1991) so she's not going to get any taller.

Some other current shorties are Bolshoi & Yoneyama (both 150 cm or 4'11 according to JWP's webpage), DASH Chisako (151 cm according to Sendai Girls) and Natsuki*Taiyo (152 cm or even 5'0 according to Purolove).

Momoe was 157 cm, about 5'2 (according to Phillips), which was short in the day but is about normal these days in joshi puro.  ASARI was listed at 152 cm, same as Natsuki.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2010, 05:45:42 AM
Yeah, Aoi Yagami is a new deaf joshi wrestler that's going to be with the Touromon group.  They are a group of deaf wrestlers that have an indy group, working mostly lucharesu style.

JWP will participate at their November 13th "Deaf Mania 2" show at Komatsugawa Sakura Hall in Tokyo.  The joshi match is アゴゴ (a masked deaf wrestler), Command Bolshoi, & Leon vs Yagami, Kayoko Haruyama, & KAZUKI in Yagami's official debut.

There has been some past joshi involvement with this group.  A few years ago (probably buried in our archives) Takako Inoue worked against one of the deaf wrestlers, and I think Dump Matsumoto & Sasori also worked with them.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 26, 2010, 08:07:20 AM
Didn't they have that match with ToshieRan that was SOOOOOO bad taht you could legit see the embarrassment on ToshieRan's faces?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2010, 08:15:31 AM
Didn't they have that match with ToshieRan that was SOOOOOO bad taht you could legit see the embarrassment on ToshieRan's faces?

I think you are talking about the match with Toshie/Ran/Tanny/Yuki against the weird West Exit guys (Small Inoki, Baba, etc) at NEO's 2009 year end show.  It was horrible (WMOTY candidate) and Ran looked like she would have destroyed all footage of the match if she could.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 28, 2010, 05:47:34 PM
Another update for 10/31: Moon Mizuki's opponent will be the returning Senri Kuroki. Guess she finally got that acid relux under control.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on October 28, 2010, 08:53:32 PM
Yeah, Aoi Yagami is a new deaf joshi wrestler that's going to be with the Touromon group.  They are a group of deaf wrestlers that have an indy group, working mostly lucharesu style.

JWP will participate at their November 13th "Deaf Mania 2" show at Komatsugawa Sakura Hall in Tokyo.  The joshi match is アゴゴ (a masked deaf wrestler), Command Bolshoi, & Leon vs Yagami, Kayoko Haruyama, & KAZUKI in Yagami's official debut.

There has been some past joshi involvement with this group.  A few years ago (probably buried in our archives) Takako Inoue worked against one of the deaf wrestlers, and I think Dump Matsumoto & Sasori also worked with them.

Ohhh! I get it now. I was wondering why the wrong Kanji was used...闘聾門, where 聾 = deaf. But I thought it was 闘龍門 (Toryumon). That makes sense now~~~
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 31, 2010, 06:19:50 AM
2 matches added yesterday to Friday's card:
KAZUKI vs. Toshie Uematsu. This by demand of Uematsu.
Moon Mizuki & Sawako Shimotsuke vs. Senri Kuroki & TBA from Ice Ribbon
2 more matches TBA with Hailey Hatred & Basara participation.

They also made a nice little VTR for their front page of the website:
JWPプロモーションビデオ「九人の女侍」編 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpqrcevtOCo&feature=player_embedded#)
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 06, 2010, 06:43:36 AM
Results from this past week's events:
10/31 at the JWP School:
They claimed 150 paid (super full house/overflow).
Senri Kuroki Return Match: Moon Mizuki beat Senri Kuroki in 7:23. Win #1 for Mizuki.

Sachie Abe & Jaguar Yokota beat Tsubasa Kuragaki & KAZUKI in 12:11. Yokota pinned KAZUKI.

Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi & Yagami Aoi beat Kayoko Haruyama, Leon & Aiger/Eiger in 17:09. Bolshoi pinned Leon after a huracanrana.

Friday at Itabashi Green Hall:
They claimed 119 paid.
Senri Kuroki & Hamuko Hoshi beat Sawako Shimotsuke & Moon Mizuki in 13:49. Kuroki pinned Mizuki after an elbow. Win #1 for Kuroki.

Sachie Abe beat Misaki Ohata in 14 minutes.

Toshie Uematsu beat KAZUKI in 10:29.

Tsubasa Kuragaki & Hailey Hatred beat Kayoko Haruyama & Cherry in 13:22. Kuragaki pinned Haruyama after a lariat.

Leon & Kagetu beat Command Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama in 14:22. Leon pinned Bolshoi. As a result, Leon & Kagetu will face JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Sachie Abe & Aja Kong for the titles on 11/28.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 06, 2010, 06:46:52 AM
A couple of upcoming matches were set today after the events of the last 2 shows:
Sachie Abe & Aja Kong's tag team title challengers on 11/28 will be Leon & Kagetu.
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Kayoko Haruyama has been added to 11/28.
The first match for 12/12 at Tokyo Cinema Club is Command Bolshoi vs. Hamuko Hoshi.

And if you missed it, the rookies-Senri Kuroki & Moon Mizuki-both got their first career wins this week. Naturally they came against each other-Mizuki beat Kuroki Sunday, Kuroki pinned Mizuki yesterday in a tag team match.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on November 11, 2010, 09:04:23 PM
Conferences have been posted to the youtube account.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 12, 2010, 12:49:56 PM
They are starting a 4 woman tournament for the #1 contender's spot for Hiren's JWP Junior/P.O.P. titles, with semifinals on 11/28, the finals on 12/12, and the title shot on 12/23 at Korakuen Hall.

JWP "JWP REVOLUTION" November 28, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. JWP Junior/P.O.P. #1 Contender's Tournament Semifinal: Moon Mitsuki vs Sayaka Obihiro
2. JWP Junior/P.O.P. #1 Contender's Tournament Semifinal: Senri Kuroki vs Sawako Shimono
3. KAZUKI & Misaki Ohata vs Cherry & Cherry Bomb
4. Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi, & Hailey Hatred vs Yoshiko Tamura, Tanny Mouse, & Yuki Miyazaki
5. Kayoko Haruyama vs Tsubasa Kuragaki
6. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong (c) vs Leon & Kagetsu
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 14, 2010, 07:33:30 AM
Results from today's JWP School event:
They claimed 111 paid (super full house/overflow).
KAZUKI beat Moon Mizuki in 7:56.

Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Senri Kuroki in 7:35.

Leon beat Hikaru Shida in 12:04 by submission.

Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi & Hailey Hatred beat Sachie Abe, Kayoko Haruyama & Jaguar Yokota in 13:01. Yoneyama pinned Abe. There was a special rule involving "very hot oden".
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 21, 2010, 09:14:42 PM
The first 2011 events were announced today:
1/10-JWP School
1/16-Tokyo Cinema Club
2/6-Osaka Minami Move On Arena

Matches announced:
Tuesday at Okayama Woman Pro Summit (Okayama Wholesale Trade Center Orange Hall):
Leon vs. KAZUKI
Sachie Abe vs. Hanako Kobayashi

11/27-Passion Red "5PASSION":
NEO High Speed Champion Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Leon for the title (A NEO HS Title defense? Stop the presses!)
11.27-Super FMW: Kaori Yoneyama & Senri Kuroki vs. Sexy Star & CHerry Bomb

12/12-Ayumi Kurihara Produced: A*YU*MI & TBA vs. Leon & "space theory wolf"
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on November 24, 2010, 03:59:00 PM
One of many new vids. 11/28 Cinema Club hype! Enthusiasm~!
Also: WAVE.

米山&ボリショイ11・28東京キネマ倶楽部大会の意気込み (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGZWueliAk8#)

I wish I understood Japanese. JWP is posting frequently. The channel still needs more traffic.

As Kaori's hair gets longer it looks better. I quite like it.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 28, 2010, 12:02:12 PM
JWP "JWP REVOLUTION" November 28, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
221 Fans


1. JWP Jr./P.O.P. Championships #1 Contender's Tournament: Sawako Shimono defeated Senri Kuroki (9:33) with the Blockbuster.
2. Cherry & Cherry Bomb defeated KAZUKI & Misaki Ohata (11:35) when Cherry used the Spring Night Love on KAZUKI.
3. Yoshiko Tamura, Yuki Miyazaki, & Tanny Mouse defeated Kaori Yoneyama, Command Bolshoi, & Hailey Hatred (21:15) when Miyazaki used the Gedo Clutch on Bolshoi.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Kayoko Haruyama (18:39).
5. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championships: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong defeated Leon & Kagetsu (17:16) when Abe used a Rolling Elbow on Kagetsu.  Abe & Kong succeed in the 1st defense.

Only one of the matches in the rookie tournament to determine the next challenger for Hiren's JWP Junior/P.O.P. titles was held.  Moon Mizuki has a neck sprain and her match with Sayaka Obihiro was postponed until next week's dojo show.  The picture on Ringstars had her crying with a neck brace on, and I wouldn't be shocked if Obihiro ends up winning by forfeit.  WAVE/Osaka Girls' Sawako Shimono did advance to the final, beating JWP's Senri Kuroki.

After the main event, it sounds like Bari Bari Saikyo #1 (Kuragaki/Haruyama) reformed and they want a title shot.  I think that might happen at Korakuen on 12/23. 

Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on November 28, 2010, 12:20:40 PM
Also, Yoneyama was asking Tamura about the possibility of the triple crown match (with NEO/NWA Pacific/JWP all on the line), but I'm guessing that won't happen.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 29, 2010, 06:02:59 PM
JWP's having a dojo show this weekend (12/5) and a Korakuen Hall show on 12/23.  Moon Mizuki missed her match this weekend due to a neck sprain and her rookie tournament match with Sayaka Obihiro from 19Pro/Ice Ribbon was postponed until the dojo show.  The winner of this match (if it happens) will presumably face Sawako Shimono (who beat Senri Kuroki) on 12/12 at the Cinema Club, with the winner of that getting a shot at Hiren for the JWP Junior and P.O.P. titles.  It will be interesting to see if they move the title off of Hiren; if so, that would pretty much signal that the junior division will move away from the S-Ovation & Sendai Girls that have held the title most of the past few years to the new JWP wrestlers & Ice Ribbon girls.

Speaking of new JWP wrestlers, they have another debut.  I don't know her real name or age or height/weight, but she's pretty cute and as of this post is in the video at http://www.lasplendide.com/. (http://www.lasplendide.com/.)  Her ring name is "masu-me" and she's debuting at Korakuen on the 23rd.

Partial card:

JWP December 23, 2010
Korakuen Hall


1. masu-me Debut: masu-me vs KAZUKI
2. JWP Junior/P.O.P. Championship: Hiren (c) vs Rookie Tournament Winner
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Championship: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong vs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 30, 2010, 06:00:40 AM
Some more JWP stuff.  The biggie is Yoneyama vs Tamura at Korakuen, and it will be a title match, assuming that they hold titles (both have defenses before 12/23).

JWP December 5, 2010
JWP Dojo


1. JWP Jr./P.O.P. Next Contender's Tournament Semifinal: Moon Mizuki vs Sayaka Obihiro
2. Command Bolshoi & Kaori Yoneyama vs Senri Kuroki & X
3. Kayoko Haruyama, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & KAZUKI vs Sachie Abe, Leon, & Sakura Hirota

JWP December 12, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. JWP Jr./P.O.P. Next Contender's Tournament Final: Sawako Shimono vs Mizuki/Obihiro
2. Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse

JWP "CLIMAX 2010" December 23, 2010
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


1. masu-me Debut: masu-me vs KAZUKI
2. JWP Junior/P.O.P. Championship: Hiren (c) vs Rookie Tournament Winner
3. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Championship: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong vs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki
4. Possible Title Match: Kaori Yoneyama vs Yoshiko Tamura

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on November 30, 2010, 03:57:01 PM
If Tamura/Yoneyama does turn out to be a title match, will it be for both titles? I can't see either of them winning each other's titles, so perhaps they will go for an hour. It'd be good for one of Tamura's final matches.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on November 30, 2010, 04:03:31 PM
If Tamura/Yoneyama does turn out to be a title match, will it be for both titles? I can't see either of them winning each other's titles, so perhaps they will go for an hour. It'd be good for one of Tamura's final matches.

My understanding is whatever titles they hold will be on the line.  If that's the case, then a time-limit draw or other non-finish seems likely.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 30, 2010, 04:26:44 PM
I smell a 60 minute BROADSway, ala 2006 JWP Climax.

I dunno if I totally love that...from a match standpoint it sounds amazing, but ANOTHER non-finish for Yoneyama's reign is a bit much. I'd rather only the JWP title be on the line and Yoneyama wins.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on November 30, 2010, 05:03:29 PM
If Tamura/Yoneyama does turn out to be a title match, will it be for both titles? I can't see either of them winning each other's titles, so perhaps they will go for an hour. It'd be good for one of Tamura's final matches.

My understanding is whatever titles they hold will be on the line.  If that's the case, then a time-limit draw or other non-finish seems likely.

Hmmmmm *haha
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on November 30, 2010, 07:39:26 PM
I think Yone atleast has a plausable chance of taking the NEO belts. Same reason I thought Emi might do it in that IF they're not going to be retired then JWP would be a good home for them.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 01, 2010, 03:47:00 PM
I think Yone atleast has a plausable chance of taking the NEO belts. Same reason I thought Emi might do it in that IF they're not going to be retired then JWP would be a good home for them.

I was gonna say (because they went out of their way to book both titles on the line). ...this makes a lot of sense if that's what they are going for. I definitely see the validity in Tamura keeping it but combining NEO's lineage with JWP's would be great.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 01, 2010, 03:52:17 PM
Then perhaps they could make the NEO titles a secondary singles title (ala the AJW All Pacific title) or unify them with the JWP title.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 01, 2010, 03:53:36 PM
With JWP finally seemingly being willing to work with other promotions, them gaining the double titles would make a lot of sense. Eitehr way, we'll just ahve to see how it goes.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 01, 2010, 03:54:27 PM
Then perhaps they could make the NEO titles a secondary singles title (ala the AJW All Pacific title) or unify them with the JWP title.

Unification (and hopefully absorption of some wrestlers) is more likely.

This kind of "rub" honestly makes a lot more sense to me than giving a singular rub to one person. Especially since JWP is the oldest promotion. From set up,, NEO and JWP seem like a great match. I hope they do this. But I'd definitely understand if they let Tamura keep it.

I also really don't see the point in Tamura retiring or any of the other NEO women who are going to retire but that's Japanese wrestling. .. ..I bet it'll be a non-finish, tho. This thought is too useful to be a wrestling reality.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 02, 2010, 04:26:20 PM
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With JWP finally seemingly being willing to work with other promotions

Not sure what you mean here.

Don't recall JWP ever going through an isolationist period of any kind and they've always been super close w NEO as far as a working relationship goes.

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 02, 2010, 04:56:11 PM
Yeah, they've always been close with NEO which is why the match between Yone and Tamura makes so much sense. Even in terms of style NEO and JWP are close.

It's not that JWP were unwilling just that SMASH and a pro-joshi promoter like Tajiri (almost typed that in all caps) didn't yet exist to give them that opportunity. But before that there were "outsiders" and mens' indy collaborations.. ..
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 02, 2010, 08:25:21 PM
Look at past JWP champions...Nanae's the only outsider in 4 yeras to hold the major belt, and they only use certain people in all their shows. Kana, Nakagawa, Kurihara, Hiroyo, Sendai Girls, ect. almost NEVER work their shows.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 03, 2010, 09:27:47 AM
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and they only use certain people in all their shows. Kana, Nakagawa, Kurihara, Hiroyo, Sendai Girls, ect. almost NEVER work their shows.

Well, uhhh, if your point is actually that JWP rarely uses THOSE specific girls then yeah, I guess you're rite.

Beyond that, outside of their smaller house & dojo shows. It's hard to find any card whear JWP doesn't use freelancers or talent from another promotion (ignoring that regulars like Toshie & Ran are freelance as well). Aja, Jaguar, Ohka & Gami from WAVE, Ito Dojo girls, Emi, NEO talent, Passion Red, etc.. Hailey Hatred almost always gets a few bookings from them when she's in town. They're always working with someone. 

By todays modern standards JWP has a pretty decent sized roster many of which can atleast credibly challenge for the singles belt so there isn't the same need to bring in or put over as much outside talent.

Btw, over the last 5 years NEO only had 1 outside champion (Nanae) as well. Technically 2 if you want to count Emi's 2 day accidental reign.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 03, 2010, 04:55:40 PM
Yea, but out of those 5 years, Tamura counts for at least half of it. And I don't see a lot of Passion Red, Jaguar, and co on the cards either besides midcarding it on television shows or the occasional near where Jaguar lives show.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Coffee on December 04, 2010, 02:36:10 AM
Look at past JWP champions...Nanae's the only outsider in 4 yeras to hold the major belt, and they only use certain people in all their shows. Kana, Nakagawa, Kurihara, Hiroyo, Sendai Girls, ect. almost NEVER work their shows.

the interesting question is ... do their respective handlers do business with Bolshoi? and also, is this also where it applies the mantra "it's not what you know, it's who you know"?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 04, 2010, 12:05:06 PM
New JWP vid about Kaori and her title win and defenses:
米山革命 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtgwpRGYW8o#)

To be continued. . ..
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 05, 2010, 10:56:58 AM
Yea, but out of those 5 years, Tamura counts for at least half of it.

Uhhhh so?
If i'm mistaken feel free to correct me but wasn't the whole reason you brought up JWP only putting their main singles title on an outsider once in 4 years was to use as some sort of proof that they don't like working with other promotions?

My response is that no one does that. NEO who, again correct me if i'm wrong, you seem to think is a much more open promotion didn't put their main singles belt on that many outsiers either. Nor did any other major promotion in the history of joshi really. In the entire 35 year history of the 3WA Title, AJW let exactly 3 outside wrestlers hold it, 4 if you count that one of Kyoko Inoue's reigns came after she'd allready left & started NEO.

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And I don't see a lot of Passion Red, Jaguar, and co on the cards either besides midcarding it on television shows or the occasional near where Jaguar lives show.

Ignoring the whole massive Passion Red as outside invader angle they ran late last year and early this year culminating in Nanae's several month title reign then uh, no I guess.

Anyways, that wasn't my point at all.

You mentioned that JWP was only now "finally" starting to work with other promotions but all you have to do is look at the line ups for their cards over the years to see that that's a factually inacurate statement to make. You can bring up _ and point out that they specifically weren't on the shows at all or for a while but JWP is constantly using SOMEONE on a regular basis except for on their smaller shows and 1) a lot of those feature outside talent anyways and 2) when they don't it's not like JWP is so bad off that they need to bring in people to draw for a random house show in a building that seats like 200 people max anyways.



Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 05, 2010, 11:14:03 AM
According to the Ringstars blog, ICEx60 Singles Champion Command Bolshoi vs. Hamuko Hoshi for the title has been added to 12/12. Hoshi got down to under the 60 kg weight limit either today or yesterday to make it official.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 08, 2010, 08:46:02 PM
VTS 01 1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc2q1eHQIp0#)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 09, 2010, 08:05:48 AM
Full card for Sunday, and a full (?) card for CLIMAX at Korakuen Hall :

JWP "REVOLUTION 2010" December 12, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club


1. JWP Junior/P.O.P. Next Contender Tournament Final: Sawako Shimono vs Sayaka Obihiro
2. KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita vs Leon & Senri Kuroki
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse
4. ICEx60 Championship: Command Bolshoi (c) vs Hamuko Hoshi
5. Kaori Yoneyama, Sachie Abe, & Hailey Hatred vs Nanae Takahashi, Passion Hottei, & Kazumi Shimouma

JWP "CLIMAX2010" December 23, 2010
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


1. masu-me Debut Match: KAZUKI vs masu-me
2. Command Bolshoi & Aoi Yagami vs Emi Sakura & Kazumi Shimouma
3. Leon & Misaki Ohata vs Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
4. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong (c) vs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki
5. Kaori Yoneyama vs Yoshiko Tamura

The main event will be for whatever titles they hold.  Since Yoneyama defended the JWP title against GAMI and doesn't have any more defenses lined up, it should be on the line.  Tamura does defend the NEO & NWA Pacific titles on the 15th against Aya Yuki, but if we presume a successful defense then this should be a Triple Crown match.

Also, no official word, but I think there will be a JWP Jr./P.O.P. title defense on the undercard, with Hiren defending against either Shimono or Obihiro.

Some photos of the new girl masu-me are on the Ringstars blog.  She's cute and pretty slight in build, but taller than Yone  *haha.  Her real name is Masumi Arakawa, born July 9, 1988 in Utsunomiya-shi, Tochigi.  She's 156 cm and 43 kg (very light!).  She's also a singer and seems more like an idol dabbling in puroresu to me.  She got interested after watching Yoneyama in July and has only been training since September.  Her "proud skill" is a schoolboy (LOL) and her mother didn't approve of getting into wrestling.  I think putting her in a costume that looks like Hyuga's is a bit much for someone that will probably be Ice Ribbon rookie caliber.

http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-10731660481.html (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-10731660481.html)

Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 09, 2010, 09:02:15 AM
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I think putting her in a costume that looks like Hyuga's is a bit much for someone that will probably be Ice Ribbon rookie caliber.

Probably, though that's a long running tradition in JWP, giving some of their rookies similar gear to older Vetrans. Tsubasa was a Kansai rip off for example...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 11:12:34 AM
It's not just JWP. AJW gave Tamura Takako's old ring coat.

Card look tremendous. Ganbatte Yoneyama!!!

Tamura was always a fan of showing off her workrate in 60 minute matches and gauntlets, so I assume she wants to go the full  yards one more time. Wish it could be Yonechan getting the titles, but this is cool too.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: ka-to on December 09, 2010, 02:12:15 PM
masu-me's ring debut will coincide wit her CD debut and a picture book.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 08:07:47 PM
A really simple explanation for her gear is wrestlers are often asked what they want to wear. She probably saw Hyuga somewhere and liked her gear. Azumi did have some of the best gear going for years.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 08:13:27 PM
Best gear since Hokuto imo. Arisa was nearly surpassing her in gear greatness right before she left.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 08:15:04 PM
Totally. Arisa seemed to be influenced by Azumi as well. The late 90s had tons of great attires.

I wish I could be a womens wrestling fashion designer.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 08:22:12 PM
Is this  a oneoff thing because I ahdn't even heard they had her. It seems like they want the free press, and she'd like to work one wrestling match. Or is she planning on semi-full timing it?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 09, 2010, 09:56:57 PM
I always thought Hyuga had the best wrestling attire out of anyone in Joshi. Ever. But maybe that's because I'm a bit biased as my favourite colour is blue.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 09, 2010, 10:24:27 PM
I always thought Hyuga had the best wrestling attire out of anyone in Joshi. Ever. But maybe that's because I'm a bit biased as my favourite colour is blue.

I thought I was the Hyugamark. Plus if your only criteria is the color blue you'd have plenty of outfits to choose from. My fave outfit of Hyuga is:

(http://i55.tinypic.com/fd6gat.jpg)

Anyways, is this a new thing in joshi where newbs now get good garbs on their 1st day? That new girl from OZ Academy also got like a fairly fancy outfit right off the bat. This JWP girl has an outfit that looks like Hyuga's. What happened to the days when newbs get to wear generic swimsuits?!?!
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 10:30:18 PM
Probably because nowadays wrestlers can't afford to waste time getting over and need to come out with guns blazing. Do you mean that other girl that's like Pinkie but isn't Pinkie in Oz? I thought she was somewhere else in a basic singlet before coming to Oz.

A lot of the newbs that no one cares about wear basic singlets and no one cares about them.

I'm guessing this girl got a fancy outfit because idols, those with a scant mainstream appeal, get treated much better than home grown students.  
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 09, 2010, 10:38:55 PM
I believe JWP was like the first joshi promotion to break away from the generic one piece swimsuits. Although I remember this random tag match where Hikari Fukuoka was wearing a particulary ugly looking one-piece. Also I liked Cuty Suzuki's "wedding dress" attire.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 10:41:24 PM
Lol if you weren't gay Shupz that'd sound creepy haha.

My favorite color is Blue, especially cerulean blue, so Hyuga's gear resonates with me even further because of that.
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3007/2473975818_628730c628.jpg)

My fave color Cerulean
(http://www.encausticpaints.com/Portals/7/ColorChart/CeruleanBlueA.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 09, 2010, 10:44:14 PM
I believe JWP was like the first joshi promotion to break away from the generic one piece swimsuits. Although I remember this random tag match where Hikari Fukuoka was wearing a particulary ugly looking one-piece. Also I liked Cuty Suzuki's "wedding dress" attire.

Who did they break the tradition with? Pinky??
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 10:48:58 PM
I believe JWP was like the first joshi promotion to break away from the generic one piece swimsuits. Although I remember this random tag match where Hikari Fukuoka was wearing a particulary ugly looking one-piece. Also I liked Cuty Suzuki's "wedding dress" attire.

Who did they break the tradition with? Pinky??

No, she means..in the 70's and 80's EVERYONE wore basic singlets, but JWP was different and decided to let them start wearing their own gear and stuff and it kept getting fancier and more OTT and stuff. AJW decided to do it too, and lift the age restriction like JWP was doing too. Kinda carried into american women's wrestling too afterwards.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 09, 2010, 10:52:12 PM
I believe JWP was like the first joshi promotion to break away from the generic one piece swimsuits. Although I remember this random tag match where Hikari Fukuoka was wearing a particulary ugly looking one-piece. Also I liked Cuty Suzuki's "wedding dress" attire.

Who did they break the tradition with? Pinky??

No, she means..in the 70's and 80's EVERYONE wore basic singlets, but JWP was different and decided to let them start wearing their own gear and stuff and it kept getting fancier and more OTT and stuff. AJW decided to do it too, and lift the age restriction like JWP was doing too. Kinda carried into american women's wrestling too afterwards.

LOL~ Nikkysan is not a "she".

I see, but who did it start with? It wasn't the class of Fab 4 because Hyuga, Ran, Amano and Kana Mizaki al wore singlets when they started. Was it the clas of Haruyama/Kuragaki?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 10:54:57 PM
I believe JWP was like the first joshi promotion to break away from the generic one piece swimsuits. Although I remember this random tag match where Hikari Fukuoka was wearing a particulary ugly looking one-piece. Also I liked Cuty Suzuki's "wedding dress" attire.

Who did they break the tradition with? Pinky??

No, she means..in the 70's and 80's EVERYONE wore basic singlets, but JWP was different and decided to let them start wearing their own gear and stuff and it kept getting fancier and more OTT and stuff. AJW decided to do it too, and lift the age restriction like JWP was doing too. Kinda carried into american women's wrestling too afterwards.

LOL~ Nikkysan is not a "she".

I see, but who did it start with? It wasn't the class of Fab 4 because Hyuga, Ran, Amano and Kana Mizaki al wore singlets when they started. Was it the clas of Haruyama/Kuragaki?

Nono, this was WAY back in 80's jwp. I mean no one, even 10 year vets wore more than a singlet. Then JWP decided to change that, and the older you got, the fancier your gear got.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 09, 2010, 10:58:44 PM
LOL~ Nikkysan is not a "she".

I see, but who did it start with? It wasn't the class of Fab 4 because Hyuga, Ran, Amano and Kana Mizaki al wore singlets when they started. Was it the clas of Haruyama/Kuragaki?

No, much earlier than that. It was the class(es) of Ozaki/Kansai/Cuty/Fukuoka/Plum/Bolshoi back in the original JWP. Maybe I should have satted that in my first post. Sorry if I confused you.

Also, did Bolshoi debut under her real name with no clown gimmick, or did she debut as Bolshoi Kid?
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 11:12:45 PM
I'm confused.
*old school moment*   *yellow
Fukuoka would sometimes show up in a random ugly-ass singlet before she switched to wearing animal print full time. there was one tag match with Ozaki and Cuty where she has this hideous purple one. ..scarred me. Most of the time an overbearing floral print is just. ...eeww.

I liked most of the mandatory 70s/80s singlets (especially when Jaguar would wear axle back sports swimsuits like the pink striped one). I'm a fan of (classic) one pieces. Sometimes they just look put together and uncomplicated. Streamlined and professional.

I liked a lot of the red strappy singlets Ozaki would wear when she was younger. Her seldom worn new red singlet with the inset and tapered design looks like money and is so damn classy. Cuty's outfits were always awesome. Keeping it JWP Haruyama has some spectacular yellow outfits, Sachie's yellow outfit caught my eye since it's a throwback to the 90s and Yoneyama's marching band outfit is one of my favorite outfits of all time. I thought Haruka Matsumoto had a good mix of bridging the 90s with the new gen.

I can't stand most of the stuff the new gen wears. Joshi wrestlers are supposed to have fantastical, amazing outfits, not a normal/plain bra top-shorts combo.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 11:16:43 PM
They can be cool, but I'm too much of a fan of Comics, Anime, and OTT Dramatic fashion to love em as much as I do later era outfits. Plus it reminds me of creepy apartment wrestling. :(
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 11:19:49 PM
They can be cool, but I'm too much of a fan of Comics, Anime, and OTT Dramatic fashion to love em as much as I do later era outfits. Plus it reminds me of creepy apartment wrestling. :(

The sports swimsuits/singlets have never reminded me of fetish wrestling unless there's some asshole saying it over and over again in the comments. I also like the 40s/50s style singlets. Nowadays with the trends in fashion that kind of look can be pulled off and made "chic".

If designed correctly the minimalism in a singlet can be just as effective as a ton of ruffles and folds.
Edit:
Speaking of minimalism: When Toyota first started wearing black all the time she had some of the best basic black singlets I've ever seen. And after that every thing she wore (even now most of her outfits are great) was $ except for two of the red attires. One of them looked a lot like what Noriyo Tateno was wearing in the 90s or the other way around, whatever.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 09, 2010, 11:25:12 PM
Toyota's gears were amazing especially with those white knee high boots. Her designer just died, so maybe she should call up Yoshida's hubby.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 09, 2010, 11:30:42 PM
I'm not really a fan of the new gen outfits either. I loved Kana's old outfit though. Her new one is too tacky-looking.

(http://www2.pictures.zimbio.com/mp/hdRH5Grk2w8l.jpg)

This is one of the coolest outfits I have ever seen in pro-wrestling. And the shin and foot guards/barefoot thing is really cool. I still miss her long, red hair. She reminded me of Kasumi from Dead or Alive.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 09, 2010, 11:35:31 PM
Also, did Bolshoi debut under her real name with no clown gimmick, or did she debut as Bolshoi Kid?

I don't believe Bolshi ever debuted without her mask under her real name. I'm pretty sure she debuted as Bolshoi Kid.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 11:40:24 PM
Also, did Bolshoi debut under her real name with no clown gimmick, or did she debut as Bolshoi Kid?

I don't believe Bolshi ever debuted without her mask under her real name. I'm pretty sure she debuted as Bolshoi Kid.

With a unicycle no less! I heard she did eventually appear maskless on the indies somewhere. ...
maybe that's just a rumor.

Toyota's gears were amazing especially with those white knee high boots. Her designer just died, so maybe she should call up Yoshida's hubby.

When did she wear white boots? Sounds $.

I'm not really a fan of the new gen outfits either. I loved Kana's old outfit though. Her new one is too tacky-looking.

Especially with the entire garter on the outside. It's a fine line, man.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 09, 2010, 11:49:15 PM
With a unicycle no less! I heard she did eventually appear maskless on the indies somewhere. ...
maybe that's just a rumor.

Only time I've seen Bolshoi unmasked was when she took her mask off during her JWP title match against Fukuoka. She was a little butchie, but if you've seen recent pictures of her you can see she grew her hair out since. I'd love to see her unmasked again. Maybe when she retires she could take her mask off.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 09, 2010, 11:56:17 PM
With a unicycle no less! I heard she did eventually appear maskless on the indies somewhere. ...
maybe that's just a rumor.

Only time I've seen Bolshoi unmasked was when she took her mask off during her JWP title match against Fukuoka. She was a little butchie, but if you've seen recent pictures of her you can see she grew her hair out since. I'd love to see her unmasked again. Maybe when she retires she could take her mask off.

She's a little on the butch side? Neat. That explains a lot. .. ...
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Fanboy on December 12, 2010, 06:36:00 AM
JWP "JWP REVOLUTION 2010" December 12, 2010
Tokyo Cinema Club
148 Fans


0. Exhibition: Sachie Abe vs masu-me (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
1. JWP Jr./P.O.P. Next Contender Tournament Final: Sawako Shimono defeated Sayaka Obihiro (5:40) with the Blockbuster.
2. KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita defeated Leon & Senri Kuroki (14:15) when KAZUKI used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Kuroki.
3. Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse (16:40) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Tanny.
4. ICEx60 Championship: Command Bolshoi defeated Hamuko Hoshi (12:40) with the Sensei Hold II. Bolshoi succeeds in the 3rd defense.
5. Kaori Yoneyama, Sachie Abe, & Hailey Hatred defeated Nanae Takahashi, Passion Hottei, & Kazumi Shimouma (18:05) when Yoneyama used the Diving Kneedrop to the back of the head on Shimouma.

Shimomo vs Hiren was made official for Korakuen Hall on 12/23 for the junior titles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 15, 2010, 11:38:29 PM
Posin' for the Triple Crown Unification Match:

(http://i53.tinypic.com/vq5csw.jpg)

Wonder if Yone will put her hair up again, dat shiz still lookin' CRAAAAAAZY~
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 16, 2010, 12:03:19 AM
Posin' for the Triple Crown Unification Match:

(http://i53.tinypic.com/vq5csw.jpg)

Wonder if Yone will put her hair up again, dat shiz still lookin' CRAAAAAAZY~

Sooooo hyped for this. Tamura better bring her A game.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Fanboy on December 16, 2010, 05:34:23 AM
This should be the complete card.

JWP "CLIMAX2010" December 23, 2010
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. masu-me Debut Match: KAZUKI vs masu-me
2. JWP Junior/P.O.P. Championship: Hiren (c) vs Sawako Shimono
3. Command Bolshoi & Aoi Yagami vs Emi Sakura & Kazumi Shimouma
4. Daily Sports Cup Christmas Battle Royale: KAZUKI, Senri Kuroki, Moon Mizuki, Ran Yu-Yu, Toshie Uematsu, Passion Hottei, Mima Shimoda, others
5. Leon & Misaki Ohata vs Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo
6. JWP/Daily Sports Tag Team Championship: Sachie Abe & Aja Kong (c) vs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki
7. JWP Openweight/NEO/NWA Pacific Championship Unification Match: Kaori Yoneyama (c, JWP) vs Yoshiko Tamura (c, NEO/NWA)

The main event has a 30 minute time limit, so no broadway like against Hyuga in 2006.  A time-limit draw would be a very unsurprising result.  I think Tamura drops her titles to Nanae at the final NEO show, leaving Nanae/Yone II for all the hardware as a biggie for 2011.  Kaori is already talking about her goal is to unify the titles and win the Joshi Puroresu Grand Prix award in 2011.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 16, 2010, 02:57:59 PM
Posin' for the Triple Crown Unification Match:

(http://i53.tinypic.com/vq5csw.jpg)

Wonder if Yone will put her hair up again, dat shiz still lookin' CRAAAAAAZY~

This looks like it may have been filmed but JWP hasn't posted a vid about it. Hopefully in the next 24 hours they will.

I quite like wild hair since I have it myself I enjoy seeing other chicks rock it.
Hmmm. ..I'm really wondering the exact result. Some have said typical Dusty finish but I prefer to be a little optimistic. Why bother to follow joshi only to be negative.

Sad  to see Tamura go, she's one of the few younger mature wrestlers with any poise left: she never needed anybody's approval to be a boss bitch.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 22, 2010, 12:05:01 AM
A JWP vid of Bolshoi and the Toroumon wrestler Yagami Aoi - she's quite cute. Bolshoi makes people do weird things in their promos.... *haha

コマンド ボリショイ12・23後楽園ホール大会の意気込み (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYuI0QSGpB8&feature=share#)

Then Yoneyama has a promo RE: the upcoming Triple Crown Unification match. A close look at the JWP belt, I never realized that the face plate is not metal, but more like leather....weird.

米山香織12・23後楽園ホール大会の意気込み (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn_xudZedS4&feature=share#)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 22, 2010, 01:17:54 AM
I think a different hairstyle and stuff she could be cute.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 22, 2010, 04:09:46 PM
A JWP vid of Bolshoi and the Toroumon wrestler Yagami Aoi - she's quite cute. Bolshoi makes people do weird things in their promos.... *haha

Bolshoi seems to be a little on the quirky side (that's good!). I wonder if she's like. ....Sasuke crazy.
Yes, that was random. Also: I want the shirt Yagami Aoi is wearing and a JWP pure heart wrestling shirt.

I always thought the way the JWP belt was made was odd.
Title: Re: JWP Results/Discussion
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 23, 2010, 01:30:25 PM
Results from JWP CLIMAX 2010 at Korakuen:
They claimed 872 paid.
masu-me Debut Match: KAZUKI beat masu-me in 6:04.

JWP Jr. Champion & POP Champion Hiren beat Sawako Shimotsuke in 5:33 to retain the titles. V1 for Hiren.

Emi Sakura & Kazumi Shimouma beat Command Bolshoi & Yagami Aoi in 9:59. Sakura pinned Aoi after a moonsault press.

Hailey Hatred won a Daily Sports Cup Christmas Battle Royal in 10:59, last eliminating KAZUKI. Order of elimination: Senri Kuroki, Passion Hotty, Hikaru Shida, Mima Shimoda, Tanny Mouse, Toshie Uematsu, Ran Yu-Yu, KAZUKI. As a result, Hatred earns the right to challenge for the Daily Sports Tag Team Titles (and presumably the JWP titles too).

Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo beat Misaki Ohata & Leon in 12:26. Takahashi pinned Ohata after Ikubomb.

Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki beat JWP & Daily Sports Tag Team Champions Sachie Abe & Aja Kong in 15:22 to win the titles. Haruyama & Kuragaki win the titles for the 2nd time and become the 36th JWP & 9th Daily Sports Tag Team Champions. (Haruyama wins JWP titles for the 4th time, Kuragaki wins JWP titles for the 3rd time) Kuragaki pinned Abe after a running Metal Wing.

In a match for all 3 titles, JWP Openweight Champion Kaori Yoneyama vs. NEO Singles & NWA Women's Pacific Champion Yoshiko Tamura went to a 30 minute time limit draw. As a result, both retain their respective titles. V8 for Yoneyama. V11 for Tamura. Told you all it would be a draw. Presumably this also means Tamura will retire as the final NEO Singles Champion unless she defends in her retirement match next Saturday. It also means Yoneyama vs. Syuri tomorrow in SMASH is for the JWP Title.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 23, 2010, 02:28:46 PM
No one's Sasuke crazy....
Great Sasuke... He's Insane! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gsPOYvyaT8#)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: 孤星 on December 23, 2010, 03:20:06 PM
Sasuke got his own Botchamania segment. It was a one shot but it was epic.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 25, 2010, 05:59:53 AM
According to the Ringstars blog, JWP handed out their own year-end awards yesterday. The winners:
MVP-Kaori Yoneyama
Best Match-Kaori Yoneyama vs. Yoshiko Tamura (Thursday)
Outstanding Performance-Sachie Abe
Special Prize-KAZUKI
Enemy Prize-Hailey Hatred
New Member Prize-Sawako Shimotsuke
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: FLIK on December 25, 2010, 04:18:58 PM
Watching JWP's July K-hall show. WTF is with the 2 skinny nerdy guys working ring crew, some fans who won a contest or something?

2 matches in and they're allready annoying the ever loving hell out of me, hoping up on the apron every other second...
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 26, 2010, 06:25:33 AM
First match announced today for 1/16: By winning a battle royal on 12/23 Hailey Hatred earned the right to challenge for the Daily Sports Tag Team Titles. She's using it for this date and has chosen Kaori Yoneyama as her partner to face champs Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki. Right now it looks like it's only for the Daily Sports titles and not the JWP Titles.
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 27, 2010, 10:48:40 PM
Here's Azumi-wannabe - masu-me out of her Hyuga-like outfit:

(http://i53.tinypic.com/257di6b.jpg)
Title: Re: JWP
Post by: shupercousin on December 27, 2010, 10:53:08 PM
Here's more:

Masu-me as singer:

(http://i52.tinypic.com/2wrdqx3.jpg)

(http://i51.tinypic.com/30rxpco.jpg)

Masu-me as wrestler:

(http://i56.tinypic.com/y1owz.jpg)

Wrestling is HARD!

(http://i52.tinypic.com/25r01hl.jpg)

***

I think as already reported here, she debuted on the same day she released a music CD.

According to this yahoo article, her costume resemblance to Hyuga is more than just her liking Hyuga's oufit and copied her. It stated that she was under the guidance of Hyuga before her retirement, and "inherited" the outfit. Hyuga was apparently there for her debut.

Article link: http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20101216-000