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Joshi Puroresu => News & Results => Topic started by: JOSH Chisako on October 06, 2007, 09:19:22 AM

Title: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 06, 2007, 09:19:22 AM
Here's the return of the other results thread for those oddball appearances of joshi wrestlers.

UWAI STATION "SPECIAL DREAM" October 6, 2007
Tokyo Differ Ariake
1270 Fans

 
5. Takako Inoue/Jaguar Yokota defeated Manami Toyota/Mika (11:12) when Inoue used a Grand Octopus Hold on Mika.

Shinobu Kandori was supposed to be in this match instead of Takako.  I don't know the reason for the late switch.  The whole card was bizarre.  A 5 year old boy was billed as the youngest wrestler in history and beat Kikutaro in his debut.

BJW "2ND SHOPPING CENTER PRO-WRESTLING IN WAKAMATSU" October 6, 2007
Suwa Shrine Special Ring
400 Fans


2. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Emi Sakura & Minami Hikari defeated Aoi Kizuki & Seina (12:21) when Sakura used the Nyan Nyan Press on Seina.

The main event was a death match.  Does anyone else find it weird that we go from an Ice Ribbon match with cute little girls and the nice lady Emi to lighttubes?

K-DOJO "CLUB-K TOUR in OSAKA" October 6, 2007
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
219 Fans


2. KAZMA, Boso Boy Raito & Apple Miyuki defeated Saburo Inematsu, Yuu Yamagata & Tadanobu Fujisawa (17:29) when KAZMA used the AX Bomber on Fujisawa.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 06, 2007, 02:12:32 PM
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Does anyone else find it weird that we go from an Ice Ribbon match with cute little girls and the nice lady Emi to lighttubes?

Anywhere other than BJW and I would say yes
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 14, 2007, 03:21:10 PM
For this weekend, results from Hawaii and from K-DOJO.

Hawaii Championship Wrestling "SATURDAY NIGHT SLAM" October 13, 2007
Wahiawa, Hawai'i (results from the HCW board http://hcw808.proboards56.com/index.cgi?board=results&action=display&thread=1192363268 (http://hcw808.proboards56.com/index.cgi?board=results&action=display&thread=1192363268)

Match #4
"Loser Retires Match" per NAKAMURA
Hikaru enters with her only friend, Go-go the dog, but HCW Head Security, Drew says, "This is a no dogs allowed venue!", and takes Go-go away...
X Tsunami vs Hikaru O
Hikaru by Shining Wizard
Tsunami retires. After the match, Hikaru makes friends with Hawaii's kids and romps with them...but where is Go-go...?

Match #5
"Loser Cleans Beach Park Toilets" (Originally, this was a stipulation for Nakamura, but since he is still stuck in Vegas, he requested that the loser of this match fullfills the duty.)
X Saki Maemura vs Tracy Taylor O
Tracy Taylor by Lei Out (Leg Lariat)
Saki cleans toilets

So I guess it was 2 matches.  How dignified for Saki, our AWA champ, to scrub the shitters.  At least Hikaru didn't get hurt.


K-DOJO/Apple Miyuki Produce "CHIBA CAPITAL FESTIVAL", October 14, 2007
Chiba Blue Field
223 Fans


2. Taj Mahal Cup One Day Six Person Tag Tournament - Semi Final: Apple Miyuki, Boso Boy Raito & Quiet Storm defeated TAKA Michinoku, JOE & Yuu Yamagata (12:47) with a German Suplex Hold by Miyuki on Yamagata.
4. Taj Mahal Cup One Day Six Person Tag Tournament - Final: Yuji Hino, Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi defeated Apple Miyuki, Boso Boy Raito & Quiet Storm (12:55) with a Powerbomb by Hino on Storm.

It appears being a member of the Apple Miyuki Army is liking being a Cubs fan.  Wait until next year.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 14, 2007, 06:29:13 PM
Wait a second...so after Saki establishes that she can be a winner, she loses her next match and has to clean toilets.  *umm

Boy, there's establishing championship credibility for ya.  *yellow

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ricky on October 15, 2007, 02:00:44 AM
Wait a second...so after Saki establishes that she can be a winner, she loses her next match and has to clean toilets.  *umm

Boy, there's establishing championship credibility for ya.  *yellow



Aloha! I witnessed the match. Saki had somewhat hesitation about acting as a heel.

On the other hand, our Tracy surrounded by fans had a motivation. Luckily or unluckily, it's a nontitle "Loser cleans beach toilets" match.

The rumor says Saki started cleaning beach toilets at 4:45 a.m. in the following morning.

Enjoy!  http://808hcw.com/losersaki.html
   


 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 15, 2007, 03:59:02 AM
Yeah, I guess she would be even less used to heeling it than Hikaru would.  How can anyone throw heat at Saki, though?  She's too damn cute for heelishness.  Couldn't they just do a good clean face v face match? *hee
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr Kipling on October 15, 2007, 04:07:51 AM
I am guessing that there is no chance to see those matches online?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on October 15, 2007, 04:11:49 AM
Unless someone buys a DVD from the promotion and then posts it, I think we're S.O.L. on that   *wail
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr Kipling on October 15, 2007, 06:36:26 AM
Oh bollox *gloom

Oh well if I can get a hold of the DvD I will on this one occasion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on October 15, 2007, 06:54:02 AM
Couldn't they just do a good clean face v face match?
I think that's too simple... or logical.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on October 28, 2007, 09:23:34 AM
I've got a bunch of dojo shows, indy appearances, offer matches, and other such oddities that don't warrant a new thread.

BattlARTS October 21, 2007
Koshigaya Citizen Festival


1. Eiger defeated Lingerie Muto (7:11) with a Horizontal Cradle.
3. Cherry defeated Aoi Kizuki (9:29) with a Cradle.

Anything about BattlARTS I find is from Lukie's blog.  I saw the Amano-Kimura match recently.  Fun stuff.  They sure screamed a lot!

Ring Soul "KASUICHI VOL. 8", October 22, 2007
Shinjuku FACE
300 Fans


2. Dump Matsumoto defeated Kikutaro (6:48) with a Body Press.

Yes, the oldest woman in joshi (older than Jaguar) still "works" occasionally.  This match probably did not earn many Meltzer snowflakes.

ZERO1-MAX "INNOVATION" October 22, 2007
Iwate Prefectural Gymnasium
1300 Fans


3. SUN Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi/Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Hikaru/Saki Maemura (16:23) when Takahashi used the Nanarocker on Maemura.

ZERO1-MAX October 24, 2007
Niigata Phase
1100 Fans

2. SUN Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi/Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru/Natsuki*Taiyo (14:57) when Maemura used the Hanamaru on Taiyo.

Standard SUN offer match results.  I hope Saki enjoys not being a jobber for a little while.

UNION October 25, 2007
Tokyo City Valley Icebox
50 Fans


2. Sakura Emi defeated 726 (6:25).
3. Chou-un Shiryu/Cherry defeated Prince Mickey/Riho (11:51) when Cherry beat Mickey.

I think UNION is an offshoot of DDT.  I found their website and I noticed that I'm almost 100% sure the same person is the webmaster for UNION, NEO, and Ice Ribbon.  Does all of these promotions have the same backing, or maybe just hired the same web designer.  Oh, I don't know who half these people are or what the finishers were.

VKF/WRESTLE NANIWA "VOL.3 EVOLUTION" October 26, 2007
Osaka Azalea Taisho


2. Antonio Honda defeated Apple Miyuki (8:13) with a Diving Fist Drop.
5. Xena/Francoise* defeated Kikutaro/Ram-chan (11:02) when Francoise pinned Kikutaro.

This is the third show of what looks like yet another goofy puro indy, featuring a lot of the typical indy/free-lancer types.  If my translation is anywhere near accurate, it sounds like little Ram-chan had Francoise in a Delfin Clutch, but Francoise no-sold it and went on to pick up a win (her first?).  Maybe this is some sort of gimmick-the 666 Girl can chokeslam 2 grown men at the same time but can't defeat Collagen Babe?

WMF October 26, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
160 Fans


4. Asian Coogar defeated Kyoko Kimura (8:49) with a Diving Foot Stomp.

Kyoko plays with the guys quite a bit.

SENDAI GIRLS October 28, 2007
SUGO Racetrack (Shibata-gun, Miyagi)


0. Exhibition (5 Minute Time Limit): Hiren vs Mari Harada (5:00) went to a Time Limit Draw.
1. Aya Mizunami defeated Hiren (8:57) with a Second Rope Guillotine Leg Drop.
2. Jaguar Yokota/Tyrannosaurus Okuda defeated DASH Chisako/Sendai Sachiko (11:39) when Okuda used a Top Rope Diving Knee Attack on Sachiko.

They set up a ring outside at a car race.  Here's a new tool for translating kanji that I found: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?9T (http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?9T)  It's clumsy to use for full text, but it seems to handle proper names better than any other tool that I know of.  So "Aya Mizunami" might be correct rather than "Mizhaaya".  I think the idea of the name was to combine elements of her family and given names with the idea of a big wave.  The truth will be known once a Sendai show with her new name makes it on GAORA and to the dealers.  Oh, and the new girl might be "Mari" or something close to that and she had a dress rehearsal before her official debut on 11/18.

JWP October 28, 2007
JWP Exercise Hall


0. Exhibition (5 Minute Time Limit): Aska Ohki vs Mayuka Shinzeki (5:00) went to a Time Limit Draw.
1. Sachie Abe/Tojuki Leon defeated Azumi Hyuga/Arisa Nakajima (14:31) when Leon used the Mad Splash on Nakajima.
2. Halloween "Deathmatch": Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kayoko Haruyama/Kaori Yoneyama defeated Command Bolshoi/Keito/KAZUKI (17:00) when Haruyama used a Lariat on Bolshoi.

As usual, the JWP girls are silly in the dojo shows.  The main event involved chestnuts somehow and was billed as a Halloween Deathmatch, although I bet it wasn't really a deathmatch.  Also, their new girl had an exhibition before her debut, which probably won't come until 12/31 and Jr. All Stars.  Get used to jobbing, Arisa!  *bwah

NEO October 28, 2007
NEO Yokohama Exercise Hall


NEO never posts their dojo show results, so unless we get a blogger report, it'll be a mystery.  There was some stuff on the President's blog about some guests (Ito Dojo, I think) and some new nonsense involving "Indian Pro-Wrestling".  I guess once they blow off the NEO Machine Gunz vs Chinese Pro-Wrestling stuff, they'll need a new country to mock.

K-DOJO "CLUB K-TOUR" October 28, 2007
Sapporo Teisen Hall


2. Apple Miyuki defeated Nakagawa (7:24) with the German Suplex Hold.
4. TAKA Michinoku, JOE & Quiet Storm defeated Ryota Chikuzen, KAZMA & Yuu Yamagata (18:08) with the Super Pump Kick by JOE on Yamagata.

The Apple Miyuki Army rejoices!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on October 28, 2007, 10:52:00 AM
Maybe her lips weigh too much?

Who's Xena?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on October 28, 2007, 10:52:44 PM
I fully expect a joshi match at the 11/11 BattlARTS Shinjuku FACE show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on October 29, 2007, 12:30:55 AM
Hey Lukie, has Mai or Fuuka ever participated on a BattlArts shows?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on October 29, 2007, 01:20:40 AM
The ladies who have participated for BattlARTS:

Kyoko Kimura
Toshie Uematsu
Cherry
Carlos Amano
Atsuko Emoto

The matches at the Koshigaya Citizen Festival weren't fought under BattlARTS rules, nor the actual BattlARTS banner.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on October 29, 2007, 01:53:18 AM
Emoto seems like an odd one.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on October 29, 2007, 03:02:08 AM
2. Dump Matsumoto defeated Kikutaro (6:48) with a Body Press.

Yes, the oldest woman in joshi (older than Jaguar) still "works" occasionally.  This match probably did not earn many Meltzer snowflakes.


I am almost sure that Dump is younger than Jaguar. I think she's Lioness Asuka's age....
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on October 29, 2007, 04:48:38 AM
Emoto seems like an odd one.

She won with a Sheer-Drop Brainbuster... >.<
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 02, 2007, 03:18:45 PM
I am almost sure that Dump is younger than Jaguar. I think she's Lioness Asuka's age....

According to stuff I found Googling, Dump was born 11/11/1960, Jaguar 7/25/1961, Devil Masami 1/7/62, Lioness Asuka 7/28/63, Chigusa Nagayo 12/8/64.  Dump, Lioness, and Chigusa all debuted in 1980, while Jaguar debuted in '77 and Masami in '78.  Dump was almost 20 when she had her first match, which would have been unusually old for a rookie in AJW.  I think she actually got to continue a year or two past the retirement age of 26 as well, for some reason. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 02, 2007, 03:22:59 PM
Now back on topic.  Here are this week's CHICK FIGHTS SUN offer match results from the current ZERO-ONE MAX tour.  The usual people win and job.  The only strange things are no Hikaru and them using Aja for a house show.

ZERO-ONE MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY" October 30, 2007
Biki Messe Shimane
800 Fans


3. SUN Three Way Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Saki Maemura & Natsuki*Taiyo (11:35) with a Backdrop on Taiyo.

ZERO-ONE MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY" November 1, 2007
Kumamoto Hungnam Hall
1400 Fans


4. SUN Offer Match: Aja Kong defeated Saki Maemura  (12:44) with a Diving Elbow Drop.

ZERO-ONE MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY" November 2, 2007
Miyakonojo City Gym
1600 Fans


3. SUN Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Natsuki*Taiyo (12:30) with a Backdrop Suplex.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 04, 2007, 07:55:11 AM
The Ayakos went to Muga World Pro Wrestling.

Muga World, 03.11.2007
Kasukabe City Gymnasium
Saitama, Japan
1,600 Fans

2. Ayako Hamada def. Ayako Sato (12:31) with the AP Cross.


(http://pds.exblog.jp/pds/1/200711%2F04%2F84%2Fb0082484_0255186.jpg)

(http://pds.exblog.jp/pds/1/200711%2F04%2F84%2Fb0082484_0262991.jpg)

The fans who took these pics said it was a good match though "unrelated" to Muga World. And that the crowd got into it and even through out some cheers.

And I know it's Saitama, but this photo is not good for Muga. For their sakes let's hope this fan got there early...

(http://pds.exblog.jp/pds/1/200711%2F04%2F84%2Fb0082484_0191161.jpg)





Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 04, 2007, 08:16:20 AM
The Ayakos went to Muga World Pro Wrestling.

Muga World, 03.11.2007
Kasukabe City Gymnasium
Saitama, Japan
1,600 Fans

2. Ayako Hamada def. Ayako Sato (12:31) with the AP Cross.


The fans who took these pics said it was a good match though "unrelated" to Muga World. And that the crowd got into it and even through out some cheers.

And I know it's Saitama, but this photo is not good for Muga. For their sakes let's hope this fan got there early...

1600? Wow, the bathrooms and concession stand must have been really crowded *gah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 10, 2007, 03:16:57 PM
Another week, another set of SUN offer matches.

ZERO1-MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY", November 5, 2007
Shunan City Sports Center
1600 Fans


3. Chick Fights SUN 3 Way Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Saki Maemura & Natsuki*Taiyo (13:26) with a Backdrop Suplex on Taiyo.

ZERO1-MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY", November 6, 2007
Kokura Northern Gymnasium
1500 Fans


3. Chick Fights SUN 3 Way Match: Saki Maemura defeated Nanae Takanishi & Natsuki*Taiyo (10:49) when Maemura pinned Taiyo.

ZERO-ONE MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY" November 8, 2007
Tottori Industrial Gym
800 Fans


3. Chick Fights SUN Offer Match: Saki Maemura defeated Natsuki*Taiyo (13:33).

ZERO-ONE MAX "BELIEVE YOUR WAY" November 9, 2007
Niimi Citizen Gym
2500 Fans


4. Chick Fights SUN 3 Way Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Saki Maemura & Natsuki*Taiyo (17:20) with the Nanarocker over Maemura.

ZERO-ONE MAX "MAX-HOLIC" November 10, 2007
Osaka Prefectural Gym #2
1000 Fans


2. 3 Way Match ~2007 Final Chick in Osaka: Saki Maemura defeated Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (11:26) by using the Flower-Maru on Taiyo.
5. Heaven or Hell: Mitsuhiro Matsunaga & Aja Kong defeated Shinjiro Otani & Hikaru (10:02) when Kong used a Vertical Drop Brainbuster on Hikaru.

I'm not 100% sure why Hikaru didn't participate in anything except today's show in Osaka, but I think she might have been held out due to some sort of injury.  I don't know if she will ever get the big win over Aja or if she will be the joshi JTTS (jobber to the stars) forever.

Also, according to Frankie's blog, there's a bunch of B.S. going on about the status of the AWA Women's belt.  Apparently the evil gaijins at the AWA are in cahoots with the HCW (Hawaii Championship Wrestling) and they might strip Maemura of the title and give control of the belt to HCW.  This might actually have happened-I can't make sense of the crap on the SUN news page.  It's all just a bunch of kayfabe and I think they are building to a HCW vs ZERO-ONE/SUN feud.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 10, 2007, 04:00:59 PM
Seriously how are they going to build to a feud between the group when HCW has even less women in their promotion than SUN. I think they have maybe 3 including Talyor.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 11, 2007, 07:46:06 AM
Remember, ZERO-1/SUN/HCW are doing that series of shows in December (4 in Japan and 1 in Honolulu, I believe).  I know the HCW female roster is rather thin.  My guess is that the women's part of these shows will only involve 1 or 2 of the SUN girls or some random gaijin women will be brought in and claimed as part of HCW.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 11, 2007, 11:07:37 AM
These are the results from LLPW's pair of shows at a charity event this weekend.  Results are partial because my only source as of now is Nikkan Sports, who are famous for only giving the last 3 matches.

LLPW November 10, 2007
AIDS Prevention Charity Event
Heda Motorboat Race Event Hall (Saitama)


1. Mizuki Endo vs Francoise*
2. Obacchi Iizuka vs Sawaco
3. JWP Offer Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Asuka Ohki (5:26) with a Double Wrist Armsault.
4. Shinobu Kandori/Harley Saito defeated Eiger/Sayuri Okino (8:43) when Saito pinned Eiger.
5. Noriyo Tateno/Hanako Kobayashi defeated Takako Inoue/Tomoko Morii (5:05) when Tateno used an Atom Bomb on Morii.

LLPW November 11, 2007
AIDS Prevention Charity Event
Heda Motorboat Race Event Hall (Saitama)

1. Francoise* vs Sayuri Okino
2. Noriyo Tateno vs Eiger
3. JWP Offer Match: KAZUKI defetead Tojuki Leon (6:50).
4. Ayako Sato/Aki Kambayashi defeated Obacchi Iizuka/Hanako Kobayashi (9:18) when Kambayashi pinned Kobayashi.
5. Shinobu Kandori/Takako Inoue defeated Harley Saito/Mizuki Endo (4:22) when Inoue pinned Saito.

Pretty short matches and looks like nothing of any note happened, which is why I didn't bother with giving this its own thread.  While I'm catching up the miscellaneous results, here's K-DOJO.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 1000" November 10, 2007
Chiba Blue Field
57 Fans


2. Teppei Ishizaka/Yoshiaki Yago defeated Apple Miyuki/Tadashi Sano  (8:41) when Ishizaka pinned Miyuki.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" November 10, 2007
Chiba Blue Field
92 Fans


1. KAZMA/Yuu Yamagata defeated Daigoro Kashiwa/Kazuya Kawasaki (9:08) when KAZMA used the KAZMAX on Kawasaki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on November 23, 2007, 08:14:02 AM
Here are some odds and ends from the last few weeks.

SUPER BULLS FIGHTING GROUP November 17, 2007
Shin-kiba 1st Ring


2. GAMI & Mio Shirai defeated Io Shirai & Toshie Uematsu (16:48) when Mio used a Jumping High Kick on Io after a Lariat from GAMI.

MAKEHEN 10 November 18, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


2. Kyoko Kimura/Yuu Yamagata defeated Io Shirai/Mio Shirai.

UNION November 21, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
129 Fans


4. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Cherry (11:17) with an Argentine Backbreaker.

JWP "THE AUTUMN SPECIAL" November 23, 2007
JWP Exercise Hall (Dojo Show)


0. Exhibition (5 Minute Time Limit): Tojuki Leon vs Mayuka Shinzeki (5:00) went to a Time-Limit Draw.
1. Command Bolshoi/Keito defeated Kaori Yoneyama/Asuka Ohki (13:06) when Keito used a Demon Lock on Ohki.
2. Sweet Potato Match: Azumi Hyuga/Sachie Abe/KAZUKI defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki/Kayoko Haruyama/Arisa Nakajima (21:38) when Abe used La Magistral on Nakajima.

Nikkan Sports failed to report on who had to eat sweet potatoes.

ZERO-ONE MAX "BREAKTHROUGH" November 23, 2007
Hyogo Prefectural Budokan Hall
500 Fans


3. SUN 3-Way Offer Match: Saki Maemura defeated Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (9:44) when Maemura used the Alcatraz on Taiyo.

SUN continues to hold Hikaru out of house shows.  This makes me think she is working through some sort of injury.

IWA Japan November 23, 2007
Shinjuku FACE


3. Toshie Uematsu/Takeshi Minaminno/Caribean Lamb defeated Jaguar Yokota/Hisamaru Tajima/Kappa Boy (12:33) when Minaminno pinned Kappa Boy.
4. Dump Matsumoto/Sasori/Abdullah the Butcher defeated Sachie Abe/Kaori Yoneyama/Keizo Matsuda (5:46) when Sasori pinned Abe.

I'd be really pissed if I bought a ticket for a shitty ass garbage fed, hoping to see Dump and Abdullah do their thing, and it ended up being a five-minute match that belongs on the undercard of a JWP dojo show.  Maybe Dump and Butcher did their thing after the match.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on November 23, 2007, 06:10:34 PM
Calling IWA Japan a shitty ass garbage fed is pretty stupid in its own right.

They are just a small time indy promotion with a very strong history.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Richlet on November 25, 2007, 10:37:07 AM
Calling IWA Japan a shitty ass garbage fed is pretty stupid in its own right.

They are just a small time indy promotion with a very strong history.
wow, a spark of intelligence. keep surprising me, please
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 25, 2007, 10:43:28 AM
Why are you trying to start a fight?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on November 26, 2007, 08:09:02 AM
IWA gets a bad rep from IWA: Mid-South and Ian Rotten's craptastical booking of over the top garbage matches.

And yes, why are we trying to start an argument.  Take it up via pm if you have a problem.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on November 26, 2007, 08:59:26 AM
I have no problem.

Richlet was just being a wanker.

He is just trying to fit in with the other morons around this place :)

Why is there no regular smile smiley?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Richlet on November 26, 2007, 09:45:13 AM
I have no problem.

Richlet was just being a wanker.

He is just trying to fit in with the other morons around this place :)

Why is there no regular smile smiley?

I apologise LUKIE,  won't happen again.  Just a little rattled from last week I guess.  Cheers dude :)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 13, 2007, 10:49:21 AM
Here are the results of the first three days of the SUN/HCW thing.

ZERO1-MAX/SUN/HCW "GREAT SHINKIBASH 1ST DAY" December 11, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


2. Japan-America SuperDIVA vs. SUN: Hikaru & Saki Maemura defeated Tracy Taylor & Hula (Aja) Kong (9:41) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Taylor. [Losers Dance with Coco-bra]

ZERO1-MAX/SUN/HCW "GREAT SHINKIBASH 2ND DAY" December 12, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


2. Japan-America SuperDIVA vs. SUN, 3 Way Tag Match: Hula (Aja) Kong & Tracy Taylor defated Hikaru & Saki Maemura and Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (7:09) when Kong used a Vertical Drop Brainbuster on
Taiyo.

ZERO1-MAX/SUN/HCW "PRO-WRESTLING NAGOYA & HAWAII FRIENDSHIPCOMMEMORATION" December 13, 2007
Nagoya Sportscenter


2. Nanae Takahashi & Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura and Tracy Taylor (8:17) when Takahashi used a Crab Hold on Maemura [Losers dance with Coco-Bra]

ZERO1-MAX/SUN/HCW "PRO-WRESTLING NAGOYA & HAWAII GOODWILL COMMEMORATION" December 14, 2007
Nagano Movement Park Gymnasium


1. 3 Way Match: Nanae Takahashi vs. Saki Maemura vs. Natsuki*Taiyo
3. End of the Year Special Mixed Match: Minoru Fujita & Tracy Taylor vs. Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru [Losers Eat Nagano-foods Match]

So Tracy loses both "Dance with Coco-Bra matches".  That sounds about right.  *Oni* 

I'm not sure about tomorrow's stipulation-why is eating Nagano foods bad?

Hikaru and Saki then go to Hawai'i to wrestle on Saturday and Sunday.  Saki and Tracy were supposed to wrestle for the AWA title on Saturday, but I'm not sure with all the AWA/ZERO-1 drama if that is still true.  If it is, I bet Saki drops the title to Taylor, especially if HCW is still a member in good graces with the "prestigious" AWA.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 13, 2007, 11:31:26 AM
Well is he Women's title actually AWA's or did they have it made like they did with the main belt?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 13, 2007, 11:45:32 AM
Well is he Women's title actually AWA's or did they have it made like they did with the main belt?

I don't know.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 13, 2007, 12:30:11 PM
Just a thought, but even HCW got kicked out of this "AWA".

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on December 14, 2007, 06:30:07 PM
is it really an issue to be in the AWA?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on December 14, 2007, 10:45:22 PM
Being in the AWA is sort of like taking your sister to the prom.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 15, 2007, 02:06:29 AM
Now you know why Z1 in actuality left. I'm guessing HCW did the same as well. Interesting thing KrisZ mentioned was that Z1 would be splitting up next year in between Tanaka & Omori from the sounds of it. If they don't mean factions I'm guessing they mean like brands which is what K-Dojo did for a while. I wonder if it will affect SUN in anyway.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 15, 2007, 12:56:56 PM
The last day in Japan for the ZERO/SUN/HCW shows.

ZERO1-MAX/SUN/HCW "PRO-WRESTLING NAGOYA & HAWAII GOODWILL COMMEMORATION" December 14, 2007
Nagano Movement Park Gymnasium


1. 3 Way Match: Saki Maemura defeated Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (10:28) with the Alcatraz on Taiyo.
3. End of the Year Special Mixed Match: Minoru Fujita & Tracy Taylor defeated Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (9:26) when Fujita used the Hawaiian Dangerous Kick on Namiguchi. [Losers Eat Nagano-foods Match]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on December 16, 2007, 07:42:10 PM
Being in the AWA is sort of like taking your sister to the prom.

sounds like taking a chaperone to your dream date and realizing later on that it's useless
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 16, 2007, 08:08:12 PM
Here are some incomplete results from the weekend, cobbled together from bloggers because neither LLPW nor Ito Dojo can run a decent homepage (especially the fabulous Geocities thing Ito has).

The LLPW results are from Nikkan Sports and http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2007/12/post_d5d9.html (http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2007/12/post_d5d9.html).  Supposedly Jumbo Hori is now the first wrestling grandmother in joshi.  I don't know if this is true or not, but I think she had her kids not longer after she retired in '85, so it is possible.

LLPW "SKYROCKET" December 14, 2007
Korakuen Hall


1. The Skyrocket Ignition!: Sayuri Okino & Eiger defeated Obacchi Iizuka & Jumbo Hori (10:05) when Okino pinned Iizuka.
2. Glamour Angels Match: Sawaco defeated Jukko (4:30)
3. Francoise* Trial Final: Jaguar Yokota defeated Francoise* (8:25).
4. Ensemble HANABI: Harley Saito & Takako Inoue defeated Shinobu Kandori & Ayako Sato (18:35) when Inoue pinned Sato.
5. Open an Iron Door to the Unfamiliar: Yumiko Hotta & "Blue Wolf" defeated Noriyo Tateno & Mizuki Endo (14:09) when Hotta pinned Endo.


Then Ito Dojo had their one day tournament.  I haven't found any results yet.

ITO DOJO "FEELING-CHAPTER 6" December 16, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
Tag Team Tournament


1. Aoi Kizuki/Nagisa Nozaki vs Ayako Sato/Hanako Kobayashi
2. Takako Inoue/Mai Ichii vs Ayako Hamada/Aki Kambayashi
3. Yumiko Hotta/Tomoko Morii vs Manami Toyota/Kaoru Ito
4. Semifinal: Winner of #1 & #2
5. Final: Winner of #3 & #4

All I have dug up is this blogger http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp (http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp), who seems to like NEO and Ito Dojo and a local Nagano men's indy.  Here's a photo of the winnng team.

[imgzoom]http://www.naganoblog.jp/usr/kaniking/121603.jpg[/imgzoom]

Yes, apparently Hanako and the other Ayako won, which would be a big upset and quite an elevation for these girls.  I don't know how any of the matches went, but if this is true they had to win 3 matches (they didn't have a bye) and very well might have gone through both Ito and Hamada.  I wonder if they are going to be built up for a challenge for some tag titles, maybe NEO or LLPW?

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 16, 2007, 08:30:15 PM
Thats very interesting if correct.

Who is that Blue Wolf? I assume its not the former NJPW one.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 16, 2007, 09:04:17 PM
Thats very interesting if correct.

Who is that Blue Wolf? I assume its not the former NJPW one.

I can't answer that question.  If it is the ex-NJ guy, then taking this booking  is pretty much admitting your puro career is not going so well.

Here's the only picture from the match.  I don't know who the masked people are.

(http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/12/15/dsc04291.jpg)

Here's a photo of Jaguar vs Francoise.  Insert your own caption.

(http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/12/15/dsc04262.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ozmont on December 16, 2007, 09:14:54 PM
Jaquar: Jesus, Francoise. My husband can stretch further than that
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 17, 2007, 07:39:28 AM
I've got a bit more on the Ito Dojo tournament, courtesy of Takako Inoue's blog http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10060691251.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10060691251.html).  I got the winners of the matches, but no further details on times, finishers, etc.  Hopefully this guy http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp (http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp) will post more info later; he's an indy worker from Nagano in the SWF promotion and also seems to be a fan of NEO and Ito Dojo.

ITO DOJO "FEELING-CHAPTER 6" December 16, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
Tag Team Tournament


1. Ayako Sato/Hanako Kobayashi defeated Aoi Kizuki/Nagisa Nozaki
2. Ayako Hamada/Aki Kambayashi defeated Takako Inoue/Mai Ichii
3. Manami Toyota/Kaoru Ito defeated Yumiko Hotta/Tomoko Morii
4. Semifinal: Ayako Sato/Hanako Kobayashi defeated Ayako Hamada/Aki Kambayashi
5. Final: Ayako Sato/Hanako Kobayashi defeated Manami Toyota/Kaoru Ito
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on December 17, 2007, 07:45:57 AM
What did Jaguar do with her for 8 minutes? Did she pin her in three seconds then read a chapter from War & Peace for 8:22 before allowing the ref to call for the bell?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 17, 2007, 06:28:11 PM
Courtesy of the wacky HCW message board (check out some of the obviously kayfabed messages supposedly made by wrestlers), here are the results of the final SUN-HCW match, revealing the ultimate fate of the AWA Women's belt.  Remember, Saki beat Tracy Taylor on Saturday to retain the AWA belt.  Saki is considered a heel in HCW, as she is supported by ZERO-SUN President Nakamura, while Hikaru is considered part of the HCW roster and is a babyface.  Yes, this is weird.

HCW "ISLAND BEAT DOWN" December 16, 2007
Honolulu, The O Lounge


4. SUN vs HCW "The Belt, The Dog, and The Spirit of Wrestling": Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura with the Lanakila-H. Title change.

Stipulation: If Hikaru wins, she gets the belt, and Go-go (the dog) back, HCW shall absorb NAKAMURA's AWA Title and from the moment of the win, it shall be referred to as HCW World Women's Title. If she loses, Hikaru, Tracy Taylor and HCW President LINDA shall get their heads shaved in the ring by SAKI and SUN President Nakamura.

So Hikaru is the champ, she got her doggy back, they erased AWA and filled in HCW, and no one lost their hair. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 17, 2007, 06:46:55 PM
I guess this means SUN owns the belt in actuality like Z1 Max does the AWA World Title. Also means HCW participation will continue. Wish they would have kept up the Hikaru heel story in SUN as well though so Taylor could have a partner other than Aja.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 18, 2007, 09:13:06 AM
I got the winners of the matches, but no further details on times, finishers, etc.  Hopefully this guy http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp (http://kaniking.naganoblog.jp) will post more info later; he's an indy worker from Nagano in the SWF promotion and also seems to be a fan of NEO and Ito Dojo.

Nice. KANI KING!! He has some good Ito Dojo photos too.

(http://www.naganoblog.jp/usr/kaniking/32000021.JPG)

IChiiMai says "GRRRRRRRRR!!!"

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on December 18, 2007, 09:32:43 AM
Blue Wolf has no puro career anymore. He left New Japan to open a dojo in his home country of Mongolia. There are no reports on how that is going, but he has basically left his puroresu life behind in Japan.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on December 24, 2007, 08:09:24 AM
I can't find MAKEHEN results, but here's the round-up of minor results for the past several days.  Lots of year-end battle royales.

UNION December 20, 2007
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
143 Fans


3. Cherry & Keita Yano defeated Ribbon Takanashi & Miki Ishii (16:21) when Cherry hit Ishii with a Diving Knee to the back of the head.

It's not true that Cherry and Miki Ishii went to school together.  Miki isn't that old  *haha

JWP December 23, 2007
JWP Exercise Hall


1. KAZUKI & Asuka Ohki defeated Keito & Mayuka Niizeki (9:28) when KAZUKI used a Diving Knee Drop on Niizeki.
2. Christmas Tree Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Tojuki Leon (7:19) by Tree Fall.
3. Azumi Hyuga, Kayoko Haruyama, & Sachie Abe defeated Command Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Arisa Nakajima (15:47) when Haruyama used a Lariat on Nakajima.
4. Santa Battle Royale: Nakajima Santa defeated KAZUKI Santa (15:27) by throwing her over the top rope. Others, in order of elimination: Bolshoi Santa, Hyuga Santa, Abe Santa, Keito Santa, Niizeki Santa, Haruyama Santa, Kuragaki Santa, Yoneyama Santa, Leon Santa, Ohki Santa.

Nothing gets me in the spirit of the season more than Arisa Nakajima  *livid  I wonder if she got a Christmas card from Senjo?  NEO had a dojo show on the 23rd as well, but they don't release cards or results on them, so we only get results if some blogger happens to go and post on it, like happened a few months back at the show where Makoto imitated Tamura.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000 '07 FINAL" December 23, 2007
Chiba BlueField
145 Fans


3. Christmas Present Scramble Battle Royal: Hiro Tonai defeated Makoto Oishi (46:08) with a Kid Clutch.  Others, in order of elimination: Kaji Yamato, Boso Boy Raito, Apple Miyuki, Tadanobu Fujisawa, Saburo Inematsu, Kunio Toshima, Madoka, TAKA Michinoku, Taishi Takizawa, PSYCHO, Mr. X, KAZMA, Teppei Ishizaka, Pepe Kawasaki, Shiori Asahi, Boso Boy Left, Kengo Mashimo, Yuji Hino, Taku Anzawa, Daigoro Kashiwa, Yuu Yamagata, MIYAWAKI, Naoki Tanisaki, JOE.

Looks like the whole K-DOJO roster.  Apple out early, while Yuu was in for about 40 minutes.

ZERO-SUN "YEARS*CROSS OVER" December 24, 2007
Korakuen Hall
1500 Fans


2. Chick Royal 2007: Saki Maemura defeated Fuuka (20:19) with the Never Give Up!  Others, in order of elimination: Kana, Ran Yu-Yu, Natsuki*Taiyo, ? & Hikaru, Nanae Takahashi, Toshie Uematsu.

I got this result from purolove.  I think what he has as ? is Aja Kong, since she was on the card.  I wonder if Maemura is going to be heel in Japan? My guess is no, what Hikaru and Saki do in Honolulu stays in Honolulu.  Maybe they'll cut more Engrish promos.  I find it interesting that Ran was in this, as I don't think she's ever worked a SUN match before. I wouldn't doubt it if she is ZEST.CO, as some have guessed.  How come Kyoko Kimura isn't getting booked by SUN anymore?

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sternness on December 24, 2007, 09:05:15 AM
It probably was Aja Kong, but the writing was different, I can't quite make it out. Must have been some gimmick.

Sadly, SportsNavi didn't cover the show like they always do with Z-1 Korakuen shows (at least they haven't posted results/report/pictures yet). That would have been an easy way to confirm whether or not it was indeed Aja.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 24, 2007, 10:10:55 AM
Quote
How come Kyoko Kimura isn't getting booked by SUN anymore?
Damn your late. I noticed the general lack of Kimura several months ago, around when WAVE started up actually which makes me wonder if it had anything to do with it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on January 22, 2008, 02:57:34 PM
Sports Navi has the info on the MAKEHEN "New Year's Party" run by Io & Mio.

Headline refers to the - "Beautiful Sisters' Confrontation..."

http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/headlines/wrestling/20080121-00000014-spnavi-fight.html

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/jdstar_fuka/imgs/9/0/90176091.jpg)

TEAM MAKEHEN
"MAKEHEN New Year's Party"
January 20, 2008
Shin-kiba 1st Ring
61 fans <-- OUCH WAVE-esque levels!!

3. Mio Shirai vs. Io Shrai (10:00) went to a time limit draw

2. Hiroshi Kosakai def. Kyosuke Sasaki (4:20) with a German suplex hold.

1. Tomohiko Hashimoto def. Masato Shibata (8:23) with a Crippler Crossface


Mariko was at the show observing. She said she had little time to watch the Shirai sisters in action at previous IBUKI shows, and wanted to get a better look as both girls are booked for Sunday's show.

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/mariko_yoshida/imgs/6/4/6407e02a.jpg)

Fuuka of course was also there and said at times Mio & Io were in a "panic state" but managed to calm down.

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/jdstar_fuka/imgs/8/e/8e0dba04.jpg)


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on January 22, 2008, 05:37:05 PM
I'm not really surprised at how low it drew. Their were only 3 matches, and none of the wrestlers in them were big names.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on January 22, 2008, 06:06:02 PM
It was like a fan get together show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ozmont on January 22, 2008, 06:13:14 PM
Yoshida looks Michael Jackson-esque. You decide if thats a good thing
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on January 23, 2008, 05:15:46 PM
Yoshida looks Michael Jackson-esque. You decide if thats a good thing

not really
but i'd be alarmed if she looked like helena bonham-carter in "Planet of the Apes"
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on January 25, 2008, 07:21:23 AM
Mio is so god damn hawt.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 25, 2008, 02:50:16 PM
MUST......SEE.....HULA...KONG!!!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 24, 2008, 12:20:34 PM
Fuuka had her little anniversary/family get-together/party today.  Photos at http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-579.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-579.html)

FUUKA MATSURI 3 February 24, 2008
Fuuka 4th Anniversary
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Mio Shirai (10:44) with the Mad Splash.
2. Next Idol Determination Match: Fuuka Kidd & Io Shirai defeated Bolshoi Kid & Bullfight Sora (13:55) when Fuuka Kidd used the PKO on Sora.
3. MEN'S Battle: Daichi Kakimoto defeated Monster Black (9:59) with a German Suplex Hold.
4. Fuuka 4th Anniversary Match: Fuuka & Hikaru defeated AKINO & Shu Shibutani (18:57) when Fuuka used a Mawashi Kick on Shibutani.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on February 24, 2008, 12:53:35 PM
What the hell is a Mawashi Kick. Main event is the only thing that looks worthwhile. Is it me or did this show not get the same build up her first two did?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on February 24, 2008, 01:08:59 PM
I think it's just a roundhouse kick.  I'd agree that this seemed to have less attention than the other Fuuka events.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on February 26, 2008, 04:34:27 PM
Fuuka posted about the show on her blog.

She said the reporters kept asking her what the kick she used to win was and she said she didn't know saying "it was a spur of the moment kick" but describes it as a "two step jumping high kick."

This is Fuka's father:

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/jdstar_fuka/imgs/a/d/ad81508e.jpg)

I wouldn't fuck with Fuka's father...

Her Mom was the ring announcer

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/jdstar_fuka/imgs/f/1/f1fc425c.jpg)

And some singing

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/jdstar_fuka/imgs/a/9/a940e341.jpg)

LOL at Mio emoting like Ayumi Hamasaki and RICA getting down!

Fuka and Io don't look so good at this singing live bit. It seems so NOT-IO to me, though karaoke is a popular past time.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on February 26, 2008, 07:44:09 PM
They absotively have to remake that song. You know the song... I just don't want to "say it" out loud. *wink, wink*
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 02, 2008, 07:37:46 AM
Here's a rarity, Ito Dojo results, from Ito Dojo's forum (which I didn't know that had until today) at http://www1.rocketbbs.com/210/kokoro_w.html (http://www1.rocketbbs.com/210/kokoro_w.html).

ITO DOJO "HEART-CHAPTER 7" March 2, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Ayako Sato defeated Hanako Kobayashi (10:39) with a German Suplex Hold.
2. Mai Ichii defeated Tomoko Morii (9:22) with a Comet Kick.
3. Aki Kambayashi defeated Obacchi Iizuka (12:44) by submission with the Daikon Clutch.
4. Takako Inoue's 20th Anniversary & Manami Toyota's Birthday Match: Manami Toyota defeated Takako Inoue (13:42).
5. Kaoru Ito & Yumiko Hotta defeated Ayako Hamada & Ayako Sato (23:53) when Ito used the Diving Footstomp on Sato.

The deal with match #1 is that Sato and Kobayashi were the upset winners of the tag tournament at the last Ito Dojo show a few months ago.  So they met here for the right to team with Hamada in the main event.

Match #4 honored Takako's 20th anniversary in wrestling and also happened to be Manami's 37th birthday.  Birthday girl won.  There are some photos of this match and cake at Takako's blog http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10076822825.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10076822825.html)

(http://ameblo.jp/public/image/displayimage.do?imagePath=/user_images/24/75/10051351047.jpg)

(http://ameblo.jp/public/image/displayimage.do?imagePath=/user_images/a1/50/10051350367.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 02, 2008, 12:54:57 PM
Hope someone gets that soon, as I'd love to see manami vs takako. Manami can still pull out a great match given the right reason or opponent. I would have selected Takako to win as your 20th anniversery is a little more important than a single birthday, unless it was like her 40th birthday. I'd rather eat takako's cake simply because I prefer chocolate, but I'd also eat Manami's simply because I love Manami.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: hyperboyz9 on March 03, 2008, 02:03:04 AM
Oh..I see Double Ayako team in the future..Happy Birthday Toyota and Happy 20th Anniversary Takako. I 'm a little confused that why LLPw doesn't have it  for Takako. They must increases interesting.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Global Honored on March 04, 2008, 08:34:08 AM
anyone heard anything good about Fuuka anniversary show, main tag?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 19, 2008, 12:41:43 PM
Apparently MAKEHEN created a women's title.  Courtesy of http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/64898069.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/64898069.html), I present the results of the TLW Championship tournament-4 ladies, single elimination.  No, I don't know what TLW stands for or what Hailey's finishers are.  There was also a non-tournament match between Mika Mizunuma and Yoko Yamada that I don't have results for.

MAKEHEN March 19, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.


1. Semifinal, TLW Tournament: Io Shirai defeated Yuka Mitsuya with a Crossface.
2. Semifinal, TLW Tournament: Hailey Hatred defeated Mio Shirai with the Explosion '98.
3. Mika Mizunuma vs Yoko Yamada
7. Final, TLW Tournament: Hailey Hatred defeated Io Shirai with the Diva Killer. 

I'm assuming Hailey is playing the role of evil monster gaijin.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 19, 2008, 01:09:00 PM
Interesting. Josh, did you even know they were planning to have a title and tournament? Was there a previous announcement? And who it the most obvious eventual hero (if your guess is correct) to unseat Hailey?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on March 19, 2008, 01:15:52 PM
I didn't even know about it until I stumbled across the stuff at that blog.  I check that blog because the dude is a big OZ/JWP fan and posts results and pictures from those shows.  I think this blogger has a thing for the Shirai sisters as well  *Oni*

I have no idea what they will do with this title.  If it's just a thing for the MAKEHEN girls to fight over, then I suppose one of the Shirai sisters will play the Gail Kim role to Hailey's AK.  If they bring in outsiders, then who knows?  This could also very well end up being one of those titles that is forgotten about 3 months from now.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 19, 2008, 01:39:37 PM
My least favorite thing about this show is Lancy Hoyt touching the SPTS!!

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/shirai_shimai/imgs/7/d/7d3da7bc.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 19, 2008, 03:25:22 PM
Good grief. Hopefully that's the worst thing I see today.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 19, 2008, 04:09:11 PM
What is this thing with hating Lance Hoyt? Seen little of the guy, but nothing about was particularly so bad.

Anyways  can't imagine this title lasting considering the only women truly in MAHEKEN are the Shirai sisters and Hailer Hatred.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 19, 2008, 04:20:03 PM
What is this thing with hating Lance Hoyt?
For me, it's a old running joke... related to the Impact Zone fans cheering for him for no apparent reason. There was even a rumor that a small group of fans had started the cheers because he'd bought them drinks at an Orlando bar. I'm actually kind of indifferent toward him.

Really old signature banner...

(http://www.bumplust.com/album/albums/hen_images/signatures/hoythoythoyt.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 20, 2008, 09:40:02 AM
What is this thing with hating Lance Hoyt? Seen little of the guy, but nothing about was particularly so bad.

Anyways  can't imagine this title lasting considering the only women truly in MAHEKEN are the Shirai sisters and Hailer Hatred.

They also added Mika Mizunuma and the girl who was with Osaka Pro is also with them now...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on March 20, 2008, 12:12:19 PM
Not to mention the Shirai's are in cahoots with Fuuka...  *approve

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 06, 2008, 05:47:11 PM
I'm missing a lot of details, but here's what I have for the Lee Beginning show.

LEE "BEGINNING" April 6, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Haruka Matsuo defeated Mio Shirai.
2. Arisa Nakajima & Toshie Uematsu defeated Yumi Ohka & Hanako Kobayashi (16:32) when Uematsu beat Kobayashi.
3. Yuu Yamagata & Hikaru defeated Takako Inoue & Mai Ichii (12:51) when Yamagata beat Ichii.
4. Fuuka & Apple Miyuki defeated Shu Shibutani & Io Shirai (12:50) when Fuuka used the F-Crash on Io.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Hooligan69 on April 07, 2008, 02:07:33 PM
Lance Hoyt watches Joshi?

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on April 07, 2008, 04:46:52 PM
He works MAHEKEN on occasion which is the Shirai sisters home promotion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 13, 2008, 07:20:56 AM
I haven't bothered to post small K-DOJO joshi results, but I'll post these from their Korakuen Hall show, as we had Bambi's return, Toshie working yet ANOTHER promotion, and Apple wins a title!  Results from purolove.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER ev.7" April 13, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,113 Fans


1. Bambi Return Match: Shiori Asahi, Makoto Oishi & Bambi defeated Kazuya Kawasaki, Rinne Mitsuki & Shima Tsubaki (6:18) with a Reverse Leg Split by Asahi on Kawasaki.
2. Yuu Yamagata defeated Toshie Uematsu (8:31) by Pinfall.
4. WEW Hardcore Tag Team Title, 7 Team Battle Royal: YOSHIYA & Apple Miyuki defeated Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi, KAZMA & MIYAWAKI, Teppei Ishizaka & Quiet Storm, Taku Anzawa & Hiro Tonai, Kaji Yamato & Taishi Takizawa and Naoshi Sano & Kazuhiro Tamura (13:56).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on April 13, 2008, 12:05:02 PM
You couldn't just use my sig, could you?

Apple winning is nice, but its the general surprise of YOSHIYA's return as a face thats the real story there.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 13, 2008, 12:13:42 PM
You couldn't just use my sig, could you?

Apple winning is nice, but its the general surprise of YOSHIYA's return as a face thats the real story there.

Oops, please go to http://kdojo.puroresufan.com/ (http://kdojo.puroresufan.com/) for your future K-DOJO news and results needs.  I apologize for failing to plug you and will throw an EXALTINAGE your way.  Thank you for not smiting me.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on April 13, 2008, 12:42:44 PM
Its not my site. Its another from the SSS, but I try to support where I can.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on April 26, 2008, 07:33:12 AM
Here are the joshi puroresu results from the CMA show at Korakuen Hall this week.  There were also some men's puro and some kickboxing at this show.

CMA Produce "RITE OF SPRING 2008" April 23, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
600 Fans
Puroresu & Martial Arts


Joshi Puroresu Portion of Card
1. Tojuki Leon defeated Arisa Nakajima (10:27) with the Leon Stone.
3. Mariko Yoshida defeated Ray (10:37) with a Modified Indian Deathlock.
5. Kyoko Inoue & Aya Yuki defeated Haruka Matsuo & Kana (16:45) when Inoue used a Lariat on Kana.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on April 26, 2008, 09:54:48 AM
how does the modified indian deathlock look like?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 26, 2008, 01:05:58 PM
It's like Jamie's Noble's old "trailer hitch" move.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on April 26, 2008, 04:32:58 PM
thanks
i think i have to dig some of noble's previous matches
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 03, 2008, 02:22:03 PM
ZERO1-MAX "ICHII SENSHIN ~ GW SPECIAL",April 29, 2008 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


0. Chick Fights SUN Offer Match: Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (3:46).

Wow, not even 4 minutes in a dark match.  I wonder if this is the last SUN offer match in Z1-MAX ever.  I'm not sure if Saki and Hikaru remain under contract or not.  I know Nanae and Natsuki are now free-lance.

ICE RIBBON #87 May 2, 2008
Ichitani Icebox


2. Vanessa the Mountain defeated Makoto (2:54).

I had to report this result just on the level of bizarre this match must have been. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 03, 2008, 03:44:17 PM
so the match lasted 2:54 ... several kicks and punches perhaps before the pin?
or all that vanessa had to do is to press herself against the sh*t-scared makoto?
 *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on May 03, 2008, 05:45:43 PM
Makoto should have beat her with a Burning Hammer.

Such is the power of Makoto.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 04, 2008, 10:06:32 AM
Some photos from the women's deathmatch show. Looks like some blood from the barbwire but nobody hit a gusher aside from Kimura.

http://yakojik.exblog.jp/8531670/

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Misaki apparently has yellow/blond hair now.

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AKINO gets tabled.

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Arisa got a little shredded from being dropped in the barbwire.

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Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 04, 2008, 10:08:23 AM
Looks like Arisa got bloodied up. Guess she wants to show she's tough, or wants to be the next Kudo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 04, 2008, 10:30:12 AM
Here are the Hardcore show results from our buddy http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin).  No match times or attendance.  He usually posts a lot of pictures when he goes to shows, but he reported that his pictures all came out bad because of the poor lighting at the show.

It looks like Misaki must have visited DASH Chisako's hairstylist while in Sendai.  *haha

Ozaki powerbombing Arisa on barbed wire sounds like a good time.  The Queen of the Streetfight isn't ready to give up her title to little girls like Arisa yet.  I bet either Arisa will either never do another deathmatch or she'll become an addict; it seems wrestlers go one of two extremes on this.

Kyoko Kimura-yeah, we know you are a sicko!  *approve

Hirotsugu Suyama Produce "HARDCORE LADIES 2008" May 4, 2008
Kitsura Studio


1. S-Ovation Offer Match: Mariko Yoshida & Ray defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata when Yoshida used the Air Raid Crash on Ohata.
2. Tables Match: Misae Genki defeated AKINO by putting her through a table with the G-Driver.
3. Barbed Wire Board Deathmatch: Mayumi Ozaki & Bambi defeated Chikayo Nagashima & Arisa Nakajima when Ozaki used a Power Bomb onto barbed wire on Nakajima.
4. Ladder Match: Yuu Yamagata & Apple Miyuki defeated KAORU & Caribbean RUM when Miyuki captured the Dom Perignon hung above the ring.
5. Fluorescent Light Tube Deathmatch: Yuko Miyamoto defeated Kyoko Kimura with a Moonsault Press aided with a fluorescent tube. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 04, 2008, 10:33:38 AM
It's a busy time of the year for puro, so the Other Results thread is active today.  Here are the results of Cherry's show. I haven't found any photos yet. Results from http://union.ne07.jp (http://union.ne07.jp) Cherry's show outdrew the regular Union show at the same hall earlier that day.

UNION/Cherry Produce "FANTASY ILLUSION" May 4, 2008
Kitazawa Town Hall
294 Fans


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Misaki Ohata (8:13) with a Backdrop.
2. Joshi Mecha Mummy defeated Gorgeous Matsuno (5:51) with a Moonsault Press. 
3. Triple Threat Match: Etusko Mita defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Oya Takeshi (5:21) by using an Inside Cradle on Takeshi.
4. Kota Ibushi & Riho defeated Sakura Emi & Makoto (10:51) when Riho used a Modified Clutch on Makoto.
5. Cherry & Shuji Ishikawa defeated Lingerie Muto daughter & Masako Takanashi (14:17) when Cherry used the Cherry-ton Bomb on Takanashi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 04, 2008, 10:38:49 AM
Fuuka had her fourth Fuuka Matsuri today.  She got a nice crowd at Shin-Kiba and Blog Lesnar complimented the main event and the Shirai sisters.  The photo and report are courtesy of SportsNavi.  We had the usual singing from RICA, Fuuka, and the Shirais.  Kuragaki countered that POK sumo butt-bump thing that FUKA Kid does.  The Kakimoto clan wins both matches, as Fuuka fights off the mean old bitch Yumiko Hotta who tried to spoil everything by choking Fuuka out with a chain.

Fuuka's going to Mexico for the Ultimo Dragon show soon. The next Fuuka Matsuri show will be in her hometown of Nara (near Kyoto & Osaka) in August, with a return to Shin-Kiba in October.

http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/headlines/wrestling/20080504-00000021-spnavi-fight.html (http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/headlines/wrestling/20080504-00000021-spnavi-fight.html)

http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/headlines/images/20080504/20080504-00000021-spnavi-fight-view-000.jpg (http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/headlines/images/20080504/20080504-00000021-spnavi-fight-view-000.jpg)

FUUKA MATSURI 4 May 4, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
360 Fans


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated FUKA Kid (10:05) with a POK Counter.
2. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki defeated Mio Shirai and Io Shirai (12:02) when Miyazaki used a Moonsault on Mio.
3. Men's Match: Daichi Kakimoto defeated Choun Shiryu (13:02) with a German Suplex Hold.
4. Fuuka & Nanae Takahashi defeated Haruka Matsuo & Yumiko Hotta (23:44) when Fuuka used the Gedo Clutch on Hotta.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 04, 2008, 04:24:30 PM
The hardcore show looks good as well as Fuuka Matsuri 4.

I'm kind of shocked Hotta took a pinfall their considering she wouldn't even lose clean to her partner.

Oh and trust me, Miyamoto  likely bled quite a bit as well.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 05, 2008, 08:42:13 AM
Here's a random result that I got off of Dragon Gate.  Was this announced or a surprise match?

Dragon Gate "DEAD OR ALIVE", 05.05.2008 (PPV)
Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium


2. "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa Bosou 10 Match Series 3rd: Shinobu Kandori defeated "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa with a Wakigatame.
2a. Shinobu Kandori defeated "Hollywood" Stalker Ichikawa with a Cross Armbreaker


 *haha *haha *haha *haha

Uh, someone needs to tell Kandori that Akira Hokuto already did the comedy squash routine on Stalker like 3 years ago.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: bluejean on May 05, 2008, 09:57:15 PM
HYUNG-MOOK KIM/JONG-WANG KIM DEF. KAI/SEIYA SANADA (by double powerbomb)

TOYOTA MANAMI/MOEKA HARUHI DEF. YUMI OHKA/GAMI (by Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb twice on GAMI)

AJ STYLES DEF. TAE-YOON HAN and RYUJI HIJIKATA to retain NKPW Jr.Heavyweight Title. (by Pele Kick and styles clash)

OSAMU NISHIMURA DEF. KURT ANGLE AND YEOK BAL SAN(RIKIPASSAN) to capture the NKPW Heavyweight Title.(by countout)



Surprisingly, Many people said Joshi Proresu tag match was the best bout! Korean wrestling fans said joshi proresu tag match was very long and awesome battle! They said "Moeka Haruhi was beautiful! but, she was offenceless." Moeka Haruhi's spirit is great.

Maybe this match was four star rating.

I will uploade some fooage videos. (CREDIT BY : http://blog.naver.com/culturen/)
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Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on May 07, 2008, 07:39:11 AM
thank you, the pictures were great.
Moeka is pretty, but she has a very big chin.
I much prefer Yumi, and is you look at the last picture you'll see that manami is still the most beautiful of them all *approve
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 07, 2008, 02:16:54 PM
Manami gets better with age, my friend.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Hooligan69 on May 07, 2008, 02:24:16 PM
Manami gets better with age, my friend.

Just like a fine wine...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 09, 2008, 02:09:32 PM
do you have pics of manami and AJ?
(or just a solo pic of AJ perhaps?)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 10, 2008, 07:52:26 AM
Results from http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin). No match times or finishers in the LSD match yet.

Jaguar Yokota/Lioness Asuka Produce "LAST SPIRIT" May 10, 2008
Differ Ariake

1. Ranmaru Return: Megumi Yabushita & Ariya defeated Ranmaru & Hiroyo Muto when Yabushita used a Cross Armbreaker on Ranmaru.
2. GAMI defeated Ryo Mizunami with the Prayer to Buddha Bomb.
3. KAORU & Toshie Uematsu defeated Jumbo Hori & Command Bolshoi when KAORU used Poison Mist on Hori.
4. Jaguar Yokota, Aja Kong, & Manami Toyota defeated Kyoko Inoue, Takako Inoue, & Mariko Yoshida when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Takako.
5. LSD 2008: Dynamite Kansai, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sonoko Kato defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Nanae Takahashi, & AKINO (33:28) by 4 falls to 3. 
5a. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated AKINO.
5b. AKINO defeated Sonoko Kato.
5c. Sonoko Kato defeated AKINO.
5d. Nanae Takahashi defeated Dynamite Kansai.
5e. Dynamite Kansai defeated Nanae Takahashi.
5f. AKINO defeated Dynamite Kansai.
5g. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Kayoko Haruyama.

I'm sure Ranmaru fans are happy to see her return, even with the obligatory first match back job to Yabushita.

I wonder what exactly the "Prayer to Buddha" bomb is?  Is this going to lead to anything further between WAVE and Sendai, or was it just a random throw-away match?

KAORU is using that mist a lot these days.  I guess she has to not kill herself with high-risk moves at every opportunity.

It's nice they let the youngster go over in the semi-main event  *bwah

I wish I had more details on the LSD match.  It seems like they are building up something with Kuragaki being the hero of the match (scoring the first and last pinfalls and being the only person to not get pinned), especially scoring the final fall on Haruyama.  I sense a Kayoko-Tsubasa feud in the near future. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on May 10, 2008, 09:11:54 AM
Yeah, Kuragaki and Haruyama have been tagging against each other for the last couple of JWP shows, so it seems like they will be having a title match down the line soon. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on May 10, 2008, 06:48:07 PM
The "Prayer to Buddha Bomb" was a simple Praying Powerbomb, Jinsei Shinzaki's powerbomb.  Don't know if it would lead to something in the future, though.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 11, 2008, 07:43:54 AM
Some corrections to the Jaguar/Lioness show results.  In particular, the initial report of the 7th and final fall of the LSD match was wrong, as it was actually Kansai over AKINO, not Kuragaki over Haruyama.  It appears that Haruyama was not actually involved in any of the 7 pinfalls, while AKINO was involved in 5 of the 7.

As luckycleareyes has posted, photos at Jingu's blog http://blog.livedoor.jp/jingu470323/ (http://blog.livedoor.jp/jingu470323/).  Also many phots at Oznekosennin's site http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin)

EDIT: Added some match times and changed the Yabushita & Kuragaki finishers.

Jaguar Yokota/Lioness Asuka Produce "LAST SPIRIT" May 10, 2008
Differ Ariake


1. Ranmaru Return: Megumi Yabushita & Ariya defeated Ranmaru & Hiroyo Muto (14:40) when Yabushita used a Modified Triangle Choke Hold on Ranmaru.
2. GAMI defeated Ryo Mizunami (12:35) with the Prayer to Buddha Bomb.
3. KAORU & Toshie Uematsu defeated Jumbo Hori & Command Bolshoi (16:50) when KAORU used Poison Mist on Hori.
4. Jaguar Yokota, Aja Kong, & Manami Toyota defeated Kyoko Inoue, Takako Inoue, & Mariko Yoshida (18:17) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Takako.
5. LSD 2008: Dynamite Kansai, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sonoko Kato defeated Kayoko Haruyama, Nanae Takahashi, & AKINO (33:28) by 4 falls to 3. 
5a. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated AKINO (6:14) with a Lariat.
5b. AKINO defeated Sonoko Kato (16:24) with a Huricanrana.
5c. Sonoko Kato defeated AKINO (16:28).
5d. Nanae Takahashi defeated Dynamite Kansai (24:09) with a Shining Wizard.
5e. Dynamite Kansai defeated Nanae Takahashi (26:13) with a Diving Footstomp.
5f. AKINO defeated Dynamite Kansai (28:53) with a Huricanrana.
5g. Dynamite Kansai defeated AKINO (30:08) with a Splash Mountain.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 11, 2008, 12:00:18 PM
Poor AKINO. *gloom
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 11, 2008, 03:11:07 PM
is this just a one time return thing for jumbo hori?
the last match i saw of her was the 80's match against yokota herself?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on May 12, 2008, 12:00:12 PM
Tsubasa defeated AKINO with a hurricanrana????

AKINO must be a lot stronger than even I thought.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on May 12, 2008, 01:43:26 PM
Tsubasa defeated AKINO with a hurricanrana????

AKINO must be a lot stronger than even I thought.

True, she does look pretty solid, but also, Tsubasa is very athletic for a big girl.  Valkyrie splashes and all that.  But yeah, she probably ain't going to be Hurricanrana-ing many other girls!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 12, 2008, 05:55:04 PM
Quite an unexpected result.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on May 13, 2008, 02:38:31 AM
is this just a one time return thing for jumbo hori?
the last match i saw of her was the 80's match against yokota herself?

No, Jumbo Hori made a comeback about a year ago in LLPW and has been wrestling there, making some appearances in other shows as well. I still haven't been able to watch anything recent though....
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sternness on May 13, 2008, 08:25:57 AM
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat AKINO via lariat.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 13, 2008, 08:44:49 AM
Tsubasa Kuragaki beat AKINO via lariat.

Thanks for the correction.  Kuragaki using a Lariat is pretty standard, so I'm not surprised by this.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 13, 2008, 12:58:32 PM
thanks, twisted
i hope to see more of jumbo hori's current matches
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 18, 2008, 11:24:14 AM
Here are some incomplete Ito Dojo results, cobbled together from a variety of sources, including http://llrevo.exblog.jp (http://llrevo.exblog.jp), (http://usrkw.exblog.jp/8615674), and http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner/entry-10098060003.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner/entry-10098060003.html).  I hope to be able to fill in more details later.

Ito Dojo "FEELING" May 18, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Tomoko Morii defeated Hanako Kobayashi
2. Takako Inoue defeated Mai Ichii (11:19) with the Beauty Fist.
3. Eiger defeated Aki Kambayashi (10:38) with a Lariat.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Ayako Sato with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex.
5. Kaoru Ito & Yumiko Hotta defeated Ayako Hamada & Nanae Takahashi when Ito beat Hamada.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 21, 2008, 12:29:54 AM
too bad Ito Dojo doesn't release DVD's
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on May 21, 2008, 12:48:17 AM
They have other ways to view their stuff.

I am still deciding whether or not I want to sit through their tag tournament from last year.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 26, 2008, 12:57:04 PM
Some miscellaneous stuff from the weekend, from various sources.  A lot of the info is incomplete.

AAA "REINA DE REINAS" May 25, 2008
Palacio del Arte de Morelia (TV taping)


3. Reina de Reinas – Semifinals: Ayako Hamada defeated (in order) La Diabolica, Cinthia Moreno, Carlos Amano, Estrellita
4. Reina de Reinas – Semifinals: Mari Apache defeated (in order) Sonoko Kato, Sexy Star, Martha Villalobos, Chikayo Nagashima
5. Reina de Reinas – Semifinals: Fabi Apache defeated (in order) Vicky Carranza, Dynamite Kansai, Mayumi Ozaki, AKINO
7. Reina de Reinas – Finals: Fabi Apache defeated (in order) Ayako Hamada & Mari Apache

I don't have any further details about this.  We did get the predicted Fabi/Mari/Ayako final.  I'm not sure why AAA bothered flying in the OZ Academy, as I don't think they are working any more shows in Mexico.

Atrocious Alliance May 25, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


2. Obacchi Iizuka defeated Ran-Maru (6:29) with a Crotch Shot.
3. Noriyo Tateno & Takako Inoue defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (19:16) when Inoue used the Beauty Fist on Io.
4. Jumbo Hori defeated Arisa Nakajima (10:17) with ?.
5. Dump Matsumoto, Sasori, & Bambi defeated Yumiko Hotta, Shark Tsuchiya, & Toshie Uematsu (18:09) when Sasori beat Uematsu.

So Obacchi picks up likely the final win of her career in her penultimate match, as her retirement match at the LLPW show next weekend is against Megumi Yabushita and I think the old lady and her daikon radish will go out tapping.  Speaking of old ladies, why is Arisa jobbing to someone as old and washed-up as Jumbo Hori?  I understand the whole "rookies job to veterans" thing, but really, someone who has barely worked in over 20 years shouldn't be beating arguably the best youngster in the business.  Got to love Toshie's team  *livid

The biggest news was that Sasori then announced her intention to retire in April, 2009.  Who will haul Dump's ass around then?

There were also a couple of joshi matches at the IWA Japan show later that day, also at Shinjuku FACE, that I've failed to find any results on.  I bet Arisa got to bleed again.  I saw those clips of the hardcore show on Youtube and she seemed to like getting slammed into barbed wire.  Sicko.

IWA Japan "15th ANNIVERSARY" May 25, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


4. Kamui & Ariya vs Hisamaru Tajima & Jaguar Yokota
5. Dump Matsumoto & Sasori vs Hiroyo Muto & Arisa Nakajima
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 27, 2008, 05:28:24 AM
i thought shark tsuchiya is retired

and as for SASORI, come on, she's not alone in the prison gate party
there would always be someone out there willing to be under her tutelage
if she made a legend out of bull nakano, then anyone can take the opportunity to be with her in a tag team
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 29, 2008, 11:47:58 PM
BUMP!

i found the vids for the NKPW show
http://www.youtube.com/user/gangstit

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 30, 2008, 10:06:06 AM
Yeah I found those a while back. Kept forgetting to post them. I'm gonna clip them together and post them on my channel.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on May 30, 2008, 11:11:13 AM
The New AJW thing, which ran several shows in 2006 and only two shows in 2007, still exists.  Here are some partial results I got from http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin 

As you can see, they mainly used JWP/IBUKI/WAVE talent.

If anyone cares, the results of all New AJW shows are at http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~zenjoism/nz.result-1.htm (http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~zenjoism/nz.result-1.htm)
The New AJW webpage is http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~zenjoism/new.htm (http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~zenjoism/new.htm)


New AJW May 30, 2008
Shizuoka Kira Messe


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Pinkie Mayuka (9:30) with a Back Elbow.
2. KAZUKI defeated Misaki Ohata (11:20) with a K-Crusher.
3. Command Bolshoi & GAMI defeated Yumi Ohka & Cherry (20:17) when GAMI countered a Huricanrana by Cherry.
4. Yumiko Hotta defeated Kana (13:50) with a Pyramid Driver.
5. Mariko Yoshida & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima (16:46) when Yu-Yu used a Running Elbow on Nakajima.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 01, 2008, 06:25:35 AM
Results and photos for the pervs  *Oni* available at http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin)  It looks like Blog Lesnar went as well and there might be photos for the pervs  *Oni* at http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner) later.

MAKEHEN June 1, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Command Bolshoi defeated Io Shirai by submission with the Sensei Hold II.
2. KAORU defeated Yuka Mitsuya with the Valkyrie Splash. (EDIT: Not Hiroyo Matsumoto)
3. AKINO & Alexa Thatcher defeated Toshie Uematsu & Kana when AKINO made Kana submit to a Jumping Cross Armbreaker.
4. Woman Vader Confrontation: Nanae Takahashi vs Hailey Hatred went to a draw due to a Double Count Out.
5. Aja Kong defeated Mika Mizunuma with a Diving Body Press.
6. The Ultimate Beauty & Evil Spirit Confrontation: Mayumi Ozaki defeated Mio Shirai with a Backfist.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 01, 2008, 08:53:19 AM
Giving her at least a double DQ tells me maybe Haily might be getting a push, and that she's having an extended stay in japan. Good for her *approve
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on June 01, 2008, 10:31:32 AM
Results and photos for the pervs  *Oni* available at http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin)  It looks like Blog Lesnar went as well and there might be photos for the pervs  *Oni* at http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner) later.

MAKEHEN June 1, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Command Bolshoi defeated Io Shirai by submission with the Sensei Hold II.
2. KAORU defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto with the Valkyrie Splash.
3. AKINO & Alexa Thatcher defeated Toshie Uematsu & Kana when AKINO made Kana submit to a Jumping Cross Armbreaker.
4. Woman Vader Confrontation: Nanae Takahashi vs Hailey Hatred went to a draw due to a Double Count Out.
5. Aja Kong defeated Mika Mizunuma with a Diving Body Press.
6. The Ultimate Beauty & Evil Spirit Confrontation: Mayumi Ozaki defeated Mio Shirai with a Backfist.

Is that really Matsumoto against KAORU?  It doesn't look anything like her in those pictures...If it is her then she's got another new outfit and dyed her hair again!
Very surprised about the Takahashi/Hatred result, even if it is a bit of a rip off, meaningless double count out.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 01, 2008, 11:10:57 AM
Results and photos for the pervs  *Oni* available at http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin)  It looks like Blog Lesnar went as well and there might be photos for the pervs  *Oni* at http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner) later.

MAKEHEN June 1, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Command Bolshoi defeated Io Shirai by submission with the Sensei Hold II.
2. KAORU defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto with the Valkyrie Splash.
3. AKINO & Alexa Thatcher defeated Toshie Uematsu & Kana when AKINO made Kana submit to a Jumping Cross Armbreaker.
4. Woman Vader Confrontation: Nanae Takahashi vs Hailey Hatred went to a draw due to a Double Count Out.
5. Aja Kong defeated Mika Mizunuma with a Diving Body Press.
6. The Ultimate Beauty & Evil Spirit Confrontation: Mayumi Ozaki defeated Mio Shirai with a Backfist.

Is that really Matsumoto against KAORU?  It doesn't look anything like her in those pictures...If it is her then she's got another new outfit and dyed her hair again!
Very surprised about the Takahashi/Hatred result, even if it is a bit of a rip off, meaningless double count out.

Uh, you are right.  Either I botched the translation when the matches were originally announced or this was a late change, as 光矢裕華 is "Yuka Mitsuya" or something similar.  Don't know anything more about this person.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on June 01, 2008, 01:52:33 PM
When Hailey wrestles in Japan, she's attached to MAKEHEN, who put on the show.  That should explain things a bit.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 02, 2008, 09:42:09 AM
Apparently Aja went crazy and just tore Megaton Mika apart on the mike after their recent MAKEHEN match.  Aja called Mika "a fatty who can't move", as opposed to Aja, who is a self-described "fatty who can move". 

It looks like Mika is the latest victim of the "You suck, you little piece of shit" lecture from Aja.  Okuda got this speech a few months ago and I think Meiko knows this routine by heart from the GAEA days.  You know you're in trouble when Aja grabs you by the hair while yelling at you.

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/7/a/7af06caa.jpg)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/6/f/6f058966.jpg)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/imgs/a/6/a6ca5ca4.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on June 02, 2008, 10:46:53 AM
Look at Io's face in those photos.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on June 02, 2008, 11:18:41 AM
What, that "I feel so damn sorry for you" look?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 02, 2008, 12:37:30 PM
Look at Io's face in those photos.

it's more like "i am not yet at the receiving end of her torture promo and i'm already sh*t scared. i can't even look at aja."

did amazing kong receive such "you suck" promos from aja too?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 02, 2008, 01:02:30 PM
She looks scared shitless actually. She won't even raise her eyes in the first photo. And I wouldn't be surprised if she received a kick or a slap to push her hand away.

Matsumoto seems like she's hanging in there though...

Kyoko Kimura did this to Shu before her trip to Mexico remember.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 02, 2008, 05:03:09 PM
so it's somewhat a case of "she did this to me and to get even i'd do this to other girls too"
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 02, 2008, 05:04:47 PM
I think it's just a bit of tough love. She wants her to be better, so she has to shout. She wants them to try their hardest, and maybe she just thought she wasn't trying her hardest to be the best she can be.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 02, 2008, 06:20:57 PM

Io is brought up from competitive gymnastics, so she's not completely unknowing about the "RING OF HELL." 

 *livid
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 02, 2008, 06:29:01 PM

Io is brought up from competitive gymnastics, so she's not completely unknowing about the "RING OF HELL." 

 *livid


we're not questioning that
it is just that this is aja's way of discipline
painful, i know, but she herself took sick bumps so she could manage to say "i've been to hell and back"

reminds me of the song "God made the devil just for fun, when He wanted the real thing, He made aja kong"
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: bluejean on June 03, 2008, 07:09:25 AM
BUMP!

i found the vids for the NKPW show
http://www.youtube.com/user/gangstit




hehe, that's my channel.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 03, 2008, 10:04:47 AM
you should have told us earlier
anyway thanks for the uploads
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Hooligan69 on June 05, 2008, 05:54:52 PM
I was watching the Kurt Angle match on Youtube and had to shake my head at some the ignorant garbage comments posted in reply.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 05, 2008, 06:08:38 PM
I was watching the Kurt Angle match on Youtube and had to shake my head at some the ignorant garbage comments posted in reply.




but we're talking about kurt angle, don't be surprised with the hatred
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Hooligan69 on June 05, 2008, 06:31:48 PM

but we're talking about kurt angle, don't be surprised with the hatred

Actually, the hatred was against Asians, kap, not Angle.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 05, 2008, 06:38:47 PM
i am asian and i have haters on youtube because i am asian (some people are simply like that, racists, look at michael hayes, he is still suspended)
not surprised with it either
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on June 07, 2008, 06:05:54 AM
That's really bull**t!! being such a joshi fan I think asians are a superior race, and I almost feel ashamed being a lousy italian *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 07, 2008, 06:13:23 AM
That's really bull**t!! being such a joshi fan I think asians are a superior race, and I almost feel ashamed being a lousy italian *bwah

don't be, italians make the best pasta
i'm a sucker for carbonara and lasagna whenever i have the cash to splurge in an Italian resto
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on June 07, 2008, 06:45:34 AM
and you in the Philippines have made my favorite singer a star !!
Sprry if this is off topic, but just the other day I read that in your country the song Papaya (which was recrded in the 70's) by Urszula Dudizak, an obscure jazz singer from Poland, has become a sort of hit thanks to  some DJ who has made a hit out of this song. Do you know anything about it?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 07, 2008, 06:56:50 AM
PAPAYA!!!

yeah, that bouncy song with lyrics that only says "doot doot doorooroot" and "biddi biddi bom bing bong", it was a dance hit here
i dance it myself
 *haha

but i'm too embarassed to do it on youtube

anyway, toyota and the girls really stole the show from angle and styles
to think that majority of the crowd really spent for signboards for these 2 guys
i don't see signboard for the joshi stars though
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on June 07, 2008, 11:56:40 AM
That's really bull**t!! being such a joshi fan I think asians are a superior race, and I almost feel ashamed being a lousy italian *bwah

But italions are friggin hot!!!....but so are asians....oh the choices *hot
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on June 07, 2008, 03:32:07 PM
That's really bull**t!! being such a joshi fan I think asians are a superior race, and I almost feel ashamed being a lousy italian
don't be, italians make the best pasta
Yeah... Italians suck all they are good for is pasta. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_famous_Italians)[/sarcasm_and_wondering_if_people_think_about_what_they're_posting_before_clicking_post]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on June 08, 2008, 03:43:54 PM
That's really bull**t!! being such a joshi fan I think asians are a superior race, and I almost feel ashamed being a lousy italian *bwah

How do you think I feel?!  *wail
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on June 08, 2008, 08:22:32 PM
BattlARTS 08/06/08
‘Young Generation Battle 2008′
Kitasenju Theatre 1010
250 fans (Super No-Vacancy)
3. Oikawa Debut Game: Mariko Yoshida (7:54 Spider Lock -> TKO) Chihiro Oikawa
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 08, 2008, 10:31:47 PM
I love how it's a TKO. TAKE THE PUNISHMENT CHIHIRO!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on June 22, 2008, 11:06:32 AM
ZERO1 "DAUNTLESS" June 21, 2008
Komatsugawa Sakura Hall


1. Chick Fights SUN: Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura (8:53) with the Lanakila-H.

ZERO1 "DAUNTLESS" June 22, 2008
Fukushima Big Palette


2. ZEST.Co defeated Saki Maemura (6:02) with a Spin Kick.
3. Special Chick Fights SUN: Aja Kong defeated Hikaru (10:39) with a Diving Elbow Drop

I like how the ZEST.Co gimmick appears randomly again. The last rumor I saw was ZEST.Co=AKINO.  Who knows?  And guess what? Hikaru STILL can't beat Aja Kong.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 22, 2008, 05:05:21 PM
why would it be AKINO? the last time i watched ZEST.co, she isn't that vicious of a kicker as that of AKINO
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ozmont on June 22, 2008, 05:48:19 PM
Well they're under a mask and keeping it a secret, they would want to change their move set as to not give away any ideas as to who it is. The Zaps didn't quite go by this rule
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 22, 2008, 06:45:27 PM
Well they're under a mask and keeping it a secret, they would want to change their move set as to not give away any ideas as to who it is. The Zaps didn't quite go by this rule

With ZERO1 I'd doubt on a house show that THE*ZEST, ZEST co., NOIZE or any Tengu was the same person twice...

Sugi fans were thinking THE*MESSE, another pachinko sponsored character, might be him. Appears it was KAMIKAZE...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Richlet on June 26, 2008, 08:22:36 AM
Wishful thinking, but does anyone have results from the Women's Union show last week that Cherry took part in?  I believe it was on the 18th..
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 13, 2008, 10:31:20 AM
ZERO1 revived the WDB mixed tag belts (that came from Dubai in kayfabe) that had been briefly used in SUN.  The champions were Steve Corino and Toshie Uematsu, but they were stripped of the titles due to "inactivity".  Also in kayfabe, some sheik from Dubai will give a palace to anyone who can defend these titles 10 straight times.  Yeah, right.

ZERO1 "ZERO1-PURE LIVE" July 13, 2008
Tokyo Differ Ariake


3. WDB Tag Team Title: Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru defeated Munenori Sawa & Saki Maemura (15:12) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H om Maemura.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 13, 2008, 10:34:26 AM
That's surprising with how high zero1 is on Munenori Sawa. But at least he didn't take the fall. Would have been cool to have a girl pin a guy or a guy pin a girl though.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on July 13, 2008, 10:42:01 AM
Its great to see Namiguchi with a belt consider how much Z1 does nothing with him sadly. Sawa should win the junior belt.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 21, 2008, 10:13:38 AM
Compiled from a variety of sources.

Daily Sports "2008 SUMMER DREAM" July 21, 2008
Osaka IMP Hall
60th Anniversary of Japan Daily Sports
613 Fans


1. A Sweet Battle: Ayako Sato & Misaki Ohata defeated Ryo Mizunami & Pinkie Mayuka (15:16) when Sato used a German Suplex Hold on Mayuka.
2. A Clan Battle: Devil Masami, Ran Yu-Yu, & Toshie Uematsu defeated Takako Inoue, Kaoru Ito, & Hanako Kobayashi (13:11) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex Hold on Kobayashi.
3. Super Battle Royale Osaka: Yumi Ohka defeated Kana (9:48) with the Big Boot.  Others, in order of elimination: Ryo Mizunami & Misaki Ohata, Devil Masami, Pinkie Mayuka, Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu, Harley Saito, Keito, Tomoko Morii, KAZUKI.
4. A BAttle of Queen Mask: Tiger Lady & Command Bolshoi defeated Ranmaru & FUKA Kidd (10:36) when Tiger Lady used the Tiger Splash on Ranmaru.
5. A Bloody Battle: KAORU & GAMI defeated Dump Matsumoto & Sasori (9:11) when Matsumoto & Sasori were disqualified for intrusion by a second and violence to the referee.
6. A Revival Legend: Jumping Bomb Angels (Noriyo Tateno & Itsuki Yamazaki) vs Dynamite Gals (Jumbo Hori & Yukari Omori) (10:00) went to a time limit draw.
7. Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship Semifinal: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Yoshiko Tamura & Arisa Nakajima (18:43) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Nakajima.
8. Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship Semifinal: Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota defeated Chikayo Nagashima & Sonoko Kato (22:36) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Nagashima.

Some comments:
1) Either Okuda is still hurt or was held out to be cautious, as SENDAI sent Mizunami instead.
2) I knew Hanako was taking the pin, but I thought it would be to the Devil.
3) Yumi's a decent choice to win the battle royale.
4) I'm pretty sure Tojuki Leon is "Tiger Lady".  JWP has a history of joshi Tiger Masks, with Candy Okutsu as Tiger Dream and Hiromi Yagi as Tiger Honey.  Without seeing it, I bet the Tiger Splash is the Mad Splash.
5) Typical result for a Dump match.  I looked at KAORU's blog and she had a picture of herself all bloody from Dump using a fork on her.  I wonder what ref got brutalized? Probably Tommy Ran.
6) A time-limit draw is kind of lame.  I wonder how long they went and I hope it wasn't embarassing.
7) Nakajima, you are young.  Do the job. Pay your dues. 
8) You really didn't think Toyota & Hotta would lose here, would they?

I guess I see why NEO and OZ didn't bother building these teams up in their recent tournaments, as they were jobbing anyway.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 21, 2008, 11:07:04 AM
errr... Candy Okutsu wasn't Tiger Dream in JWP, she was Tiger Dream in ARSION

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 21, 2008, 11:56:05 AM
errr... Candy Okutsu wasn't Tiger Dream in JWP, she was Tiger Dream in ARSION

James

Oops, you're right.  I forgot that Okutsu didn't do the Tiger Dream gimmick until she un-retired and worked for ARSION.  Also, I don't think Yagi did the Tiger Honey gimmick very often, but I think she used it in both JWP and ARSION when she was freelancing.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 21, 2008, 12:02:14 PM
Yagi also worked as one of the Masked Angels (either Rosetta or the other one whose name I forgot). I think Jaguar was the one.

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on July 22, 2008, 03:30:36 AM
I'd love to have more details on the JBA/Dynamite gals confrontation !
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 26, 2008, 09:53:49 AM
We'll break up all of the serious discussion on this board with Kori's favorite topic: AKINO.  Also, some New AJW results.

Results courtesy of http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/64981359.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/64981359.html) and http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-604.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-604.html).  I could use some help with the name of one of the trainees in the first match at the AKINO show.  I think MASA and あっきぅ are the female trainees and Yamamoto is a male trainee of U-FILE, but I'm not 100% sure about that.

AKINO "~Happy Birthday to ME~" July 26, 2008
Shinjuku FACE
AKINO's 10th Anniversary Show


1. U-FILE CAMP AKINO Professional Wrestling Class Debut Match (Special Referee Ayumi Kurihara): Kazuhiro Tamura & MASA defeated Ryuichi Yamamoto & あっきぅ when Tamura used a Cross Armbreaker on Yamamoto.
2. From ARSION to the Present Battle Royale: Bullfight Sora defeated GAMI with a Horizontal Cradle.  Others, in order of elimination: Command Bolshoi, Ranmaru, Dynamite Kansai, Hikaru, Sonoko Kato, Chikayo Nagashima, Atsuko Emoto & Kyoko Kimura, Carlos Amano, Fuuka, Manami Toyota.
3. Sky High of AKINO: AKINO & Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Nise noki-A when AKINO used a Frankensteiner on Nise noki-A.
4. Team noki-A: noki-A & Men’s noki-A defeated Aja Kong & Mohamed Yone when noki-A used a Huricanrana on Yone.
5. 10th Anniversary Commemorative Match: AKINO defeated Ayako Hamada with the Tornado A.

Wow, I guess AKINO is Superwoman.  Oh, and we will have a HamaKINO reunion at the OZ Academy show on 8/10, as AKINO & Ayako will take on Chikayo & Sonoko.

New AJW July 26, 2008
Nagano Suwa-shi Gymnasium


1. Keito defeated Misaki Ohata (8:40) with the Falcon Aroow.
2. Mariko Yoshida & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated KAZUKI & Pinkie Mayuka (17:30) when Matsumoto used the Tokaido Drop on Mayuka.
3. Toshie Uematsu defeated Arisa Nakajima (13:40) with the Solarina.
4. Yumiko Hotta defeated Hiroyo Muto (15:24) with a Sleeper Hold.
5. Kayoko Haruyama & Yumi Ohka defeated Ran Yu-Yu & Kaori Yoneyama (14:31) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Yoneyama.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on July 26, 2008, 11:57:58 AM
what's the technical name of the solarina?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 26, 2008, 02:57:02 PM
Did AKINO pull this kind of booking in M-Styles? If so, maybe that's why Yoshida didn't come. She knew she'd be taking the job like everyone else.

What's a Tokaido Drop?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on July 26, 2008, 04:37:49 PM
Akino going over Ayako on her anniversary match is almost enough to make me worry that Ayako would be staying in Mexico as somebody elsewhere has suggested is the case, but then seeing that she will be teaming on the Oz academy show indicates elsewise.  Still, three matches?  *yellow 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on July 26, 2008, 07:34:43 PM
wow.. AKINO tapped 2 blue land and then played an Ego Boost card!

Not what most people expected. Oh well at least the return of HamAkino in OZ Academy... Watch, yako wil lturn on her and join D-FIX...

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on July 26, 2008, 11:29:08 PM
Quote
Oh, and we will have a HamaKINO reunion

Yay!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on July 27, 2008, 05:45:46 AM
several matches in one show reminds me of the manami toyota 20th anniversary show

I guess I see why NEO and OZ didn't bother building these teams up in their recent tournaments, as they were jobbing anyway.

i don't think that's a good sign at all
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 27, 2008, 09:32:02 AM
ITO DOJO July 27, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Kaoru Ito defeated Tomoko Morii
2. Manami Toyota defeated Hanako Kobayashi
3. Aki Kambayashi defeated Ranmaru
4. Ayako Sato defeated Mai Ichii
5. Ayako Hamada & Nanae Takahashi defeated Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue when Hamada pinned Hotta.

I got these from the Ito Dojo bulletin board.  No further details and Ito Dojo results/photos are hard to come by.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on July 27, 2008, 09:55:29 AM
At least Ichimai was involved in a match, so there are some feeble chances she won't leave puroresu !
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on July 27, 2008, 10:12:34 AM
MAKEHEN had a couple of shows this weekend, but I can't find results for them yet.  If anyone has a reliable source of MAKEHEN info and would like to share, that would be great.  I do know that in addition to the usual MAKEHEN joshi crew (Mio & Io Shirai, Mika Mizunuma, Yuka Mitsuya) that Hailey Hatred and the Passion Red girls (Nanae, Natsuki, Kana) were there.

Thanks to Lukie's blog http://kingofindy.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/battlarts-results-3 (http://kingofindy.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/battlarts-results-3), we have joshi BATIBATI results.

BattlARTS July 26, 2008
Kitasenju Theatre 1010
200 Fans


3. Ray defeated Chihiro Oikawa (6:59) with a Leg Hold.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 27, 2008, 04:43:36 PM
MAKEHEN had a couple of shows this weekend, but I can't find results for them yet.  If anyone has a reliable source of MAKEHEN info and would like to share, that would be great.  I do know that in addition to the usual MAKEHEN joshi crew (Mio & Io Shirai, Mika Mizunuma, Yuka Mitsuya) that Hailey Hatred and the Passion Red girls (Nanae, Natsuki, Kana) were there.

Thanks to Lukie's blog http://kingofindy.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/battlarts-results-3 (http://kingofindy.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/battlarts-results-3), we have joshi BATIBATI results.

BattlARTS July 26, 2008
Kitasenju Theatre 1010
200 Fans


3. Ray defeated Chihiro Oikawa (6:59) with a Leg Hold.


Yeah, Hailey Hatred told me she beat Yuka Mitsuya via Fisherman's Buster. She's still undefeated in Japan.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on July 28, 2008, 08:08:49 AM
Um, HELLO people.  It's an anniversary show.  It's the one time you CAN book yourself to go over.  It would be weirder if she didn't book it like that.

sheesh.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JOSH Chisako on August 04, 2008, 05:11:42 PM
Daily Sports "2008 SUMMER DREAM"  August 3, 2008
Korakuen Hall
60th Anniversary of Japan Daily Sports

870 Fans

1. Ito Dojo Presents: Ayako Hamada & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Kaoru Ito & Tomoko Morii (14:14) when Hamada used a Moonsault Press on Morii.
2. Super Battle Royal Tokyo (Prize-Trip to Guam): Yoshiko Tamura defeated GAMI (14:47) with a Forearm Smash. Others, in order of elimination: Esui, Pinkie Mayuka, Yumi Ohka, Mizuki Endo, Sonoko Kato, Chikayo Nagashima, Jumbo Hori, ???, Harley Saito, Mariko Yoshida, Keito, KAZUKI, Misaki Ohata, Arisa Nakajima.
3. A Mysterious Fight: Tigers Mask Lady & Command Bolshoi defeated Jaguar Yokota & Kaori Yoneyama (10:17) when Tigers Mask Lady used a Tiger Driver on Yoneyama.
4. A Terrible Fight: Misae Genki & Hiroyo Muto defeated Dump Matsumoto & Sasori (12:31) when Genki used a Chokeslam on Sasori.
5. A Tradition Fight: Jumping Bomb Angels (Noriyo Tateno & Itsuki Yamazaki) vs Double Inoues (Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue) (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
6. Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship Finals: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota (21:23) when Haruyama used the Keene Hammer on Toyota.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 04, 2008, 05:15:37 PM
Wish the Mysterious Fight was longer. Strange that Double Inoues vs JBA were only got a ten minute time limit. Other than that, not many surprises.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 17, 2008, 04:24:01 PM
Results from the New AJW show today.  Nothing special, although the 2nd match between Cherry and Arisa was stopped after Arisa dislocated her left shoulder.  Poor Pinkie, she lost after she was knocked out by Hotta... 

New AJW, 8/17/08
Utsunomiya General Cultural Center

1. Megumi Yabushita beat Chihiro Oikawa (5:39) with a jujigatame.
2. Cherry beat Arisa Nakajima (12:33) by referee stop. (Left shoulder injury)
3. Yumiko Hotta beat Pinkie Mayuka (8:16) by pinfall.
4. GAMI/Commando Bolshoi def. KAZUKI/Hiroyo Muto (16:46) when GAMI used a Horizontal Cradle on Muto.
5. Tsubasa Kurigaki/Yumi Ohka def. Ran Yuyu/Tojuki LEON (16:18) when Kurigaki used the Metal Wing on LEON.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on August 19, 2008, 12:04:18 PM
when i saw referee stoppage, i got worried that it got influenced by mma again
is that a legit shoulder injury?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 19, 2008, 01:22:57 PM
Yep, legit.  Arisa has blogged about it on several occasions, and the JWP blog has a post up on it too.  No note as to how long she'll be out, although 2-3 weeks is likely, as Arisa has said that it was a minor dislocation.

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on August 21, 2008, 11:32:48 AM
damn! to think that i've started to enjoy arisa's matches
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on September 01, 2008, 04:14:49 AM
Results for what was apparently a free special show, called Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling.  Only three matches (one was a Big Japan match between Ryuji Ito and Katsumasa Inoue, which Ito won), and Mio Shirai gets her first win ever, against Moeka Haruhi.

Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling, 8/30/08
JR Oimachi Station Special Establishment (Tokyo)

1. Mio Shirai beat Moeka Haruhi (8:21) with a High Kick.
2. Nanae Takahashi/Natsuki*Taiyo beat Kyoko Kimura/Io Shirai (23:09) when Takahashi used a Reverse Splash on Io.

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 01, 2008, 04:25:10 AM
Results for what was apparently a free special show, called Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling.  Only three matches (one was a Big Japan match between Ryuji Ito and Katsumasa Inoue, which Ito won), and Mio Shirai gets her first win ever, against Moeka Haruhi.

Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling, 8/30/08
JR Oimachi Station Special Establishment (Tokyo)

1. Mio Shirai beat Moeka Haruhi (8:21) with a High Kick.
2. Nanae Takahashi/Natsuki*Taiyo beat Kyoko Kimura/Io Shirai (23:09) when Takahashi used a Reverse Splash on Io.

Chris

Main event looks solid.
Wow Mio Shirai never won a match before this?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on September 01, 2008, 05:10:59 AM
Not a singles match.  She's won tag matches before, albeit indirectly.

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 01, 2008, 05:45:26 AM
Wow. Sucks for her that it was on the indiest of indy shows.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on September 01, 2008, 05:54:39 AM
Wow. Sucks for her that it was on the indiest of indy shows.

that features women's matches that don't go on DVD
 *give
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on September 01, 2008, 12:13:01 PM
Well, to be fair, she did also win at the Fuuka Matsuri show in Nara, according to their blog, and that will make TV...

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 01, 2008, 07:04:00 PM
I have some pretty incomplete info on the Yoshida 20th Anniversary show and the Fuuka homecoming show.

"MARIKO YOSHIDA 20th ANNIVERSARY" August 31, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


1. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Esui
2. Shu Shibutani defeated Cherry
3. GAMI & Tojuki Leon defeated Manami Toyota & Ray when Leon pinned Ray.
4. Atsuko Emoto & Kyoko Kimura vs Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata ended in a time-limit draw.
5. Mariko Yoshida, Kyoko Inoue, & Takako Inoue defeated Jaguar Yokota, Aja Kong, & Kaoru Ito (17:04) when Yoshida used La Magistral on Ito.

I think they had a pretty good crowd, as most of the tiers of tickets available on the Ibuki webpage were sold out.  I'll try to provide more info if I get it, but Ibuki/Yoshida info has been iffy.  I still haven't found complete results of the two small "EXTRA" shows from 2 weeks ago.

FUUKA MATSURI August 31, 2008
Nara Koriyama Castle Hall


1. Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated Natsuki*Taiyo & Mikado (Mika Mizunuma) when Mio defeated Mikado.
2. Yumiko Hotta vs AKINO (15:00) went to a time limit draw.
3. Jumping Kid Okimoto defeated Monster Black
4. Fuuka & Nanae Takahashi defeated Misae Genki & Aya Yuki when Fuuka used a High Kick on Yuki.

Fuuka and Shirais always win at the Fuuka Matsuri!  It sounded like Hotta and AKINO were brawling and Hotta had the chain and it was some nice worked bad blood.  There was also a 5th match, which was Fuuka, Poppa Fuuka, and Older Brother Fuuka (not sure if it was the DDT one or the other one) against the Monster Black guy.  I think the Fuuka clan came out on top.  Again, I'd like to find and post better results if I find them.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: hyperboyz9 on September 02, 2008, 12:50:48 AM
 *robot I think the Last Mariko's match is nice, Double Inoue and Yoshida are the same class.

 *hee  For Fuuka Matsuri, it is the event to pulse Fuuka and Shirai sisters.  *Oni* 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 04, 2008, 06:04:52 AM
OK, here are a complete set of results from the Yoshida show.  Photos and report at http://www.yoshidamariko.jp/20thresult.html (http://www.yoshidamariko.jp/20thresult.html)

MARIKO YOSHIDA 20th ANNIVERSARY August 31, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


1. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Esui (4:00) with the Tomo Clutch #2.
2. Cherry defeated Shu Shibutani (6:47) with a German Suplex Hold.
3. GAMI & Tojuki Leon defeated Manami Toyota & Ray (18:00) when Leon used the Leon Stone on Ray.
4. Atsuko Emoto & Kyoko Kimura vs Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.
5. Mariko Yoshida, Kyoko Inoue, & Takako Inoue defeated Jaguar Yokota, Aja Kong, & Kaoru Ito (17:04) when Yoshida used La Magistral on Ito.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on September 04, 2008, 12:16:37 PM
thank God it's yoshida who got the pin but not her trademark spider twist?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on September 04, 2008, 06:55:34 PM
Results for what was apparently a free special show, called Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling.  Only three matches (one was a Big Japan match between Ryuji Ito and Katsumasa Inoue, which Ito won), and Mio Shirai gets her first win ever, against Moeka Haruhi.

Shinagawa Women's Pro Wrestling, 8/30/08
JR Oimachi Station Special Establishment (Tokyo)

1. Mio Shirai beat Moeka Haruhi (8:21) with a High Kick.
2. Nanae Takahashi/Natsuki*Taiyo beat Kyoko Kimura/Io Shirai (23:09) when Takahashi used a Reverse Splash on Io.

Chris

Interesting splitting up of the Sisters. But woot! I love the way the main event looks!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on September 08, 2008, 02:25:29 AM
i was reading frank pozen's blog about how a survey was conducted first in order to identify who would the audience/fans would like to see team up with yoshida in the main event and requests poured out for takako inoue so we ended up seeing yoshida with double inoue :)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 08, 2008, 07:36:21 AM
ZERO1 "PASSION CUP TAG TOURNAMENT 2008" September 6, 2008
Kimitsu Aquamarine Studio


5. Special Chick Fights SUN 3 Way Match: Aja Kong defeated Hikaru & Saki Maemura (11:20) with a Diving Elbow Drop on Maemura.

If you were wondering if Hikaru will ever beat Aja, it appears the answer is NO.

ITO DOJO "AYAKO HAMADA 10th ANNIVERSARY" September 7, 2008
Shinagawa Club Ex13


1. Ayako Hamada & AKINO defeated Cassandro & Lingerie Muto (14:18) when Hamada & AKINO used Hurricanranas on Cassandro & Muto.
2. Manami Toyota defeated Tomoko Morii (10:12) with a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
3. GAMI defeated Aki Kanbayashi (8:43) with an Inside Cradle
4. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi (12:58) when Hotta used the Pyramid Driver on Sato.
5. Ayako Hamada, Gran Hamada, & Xochitl Hamada defeated Aja Kong, Dick Tojo, & Kaoru Ito (16:48) when Ayako used the AP Cross on Kong.
6. Gran Hamada defeated Ayako Hamada (7:36) with the Hama-chan Cutter.

So HamaKINO beat the Mexican-Japanese transvestite combo, then we have 3 standard Ito Dojo matches, and then the Family Hamada reunites.  After Ayako beat Aja, she then asked for a special unannounced match against Daddy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on September 08, 2008, 03:14:35 PM
achichi! bakla!
 *crazy

(sorry, i can't help but leap out of my seat upon seeing cassandro on the card. even wilder reactions seeing him team up with the muto in a bra)

i wish this would make it to DVD since it rarely happens to see all hamadas in one card
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Zageism on September 19, 2008, 09:59:45 PM
I'd also like to see it. The Six People Tag Match sounds fantastically, the match up between Ayako and her father also is something I'd like to see.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on September 21, 2008, 08:36:50 PM
i guess this is one anniversary show where i wouldn't have a problem seeing the anniversary celebrant job in the main event
she's wrestling her dad and this is somewhat thanking him for her wrestling career
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 23, 2008, 11:49:10 AM
ZERO1 "ZERO1 SPIRITS 2008" September 23, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


4. WDB Tag Team Title, Osamu Namiguchi Return Match: Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (c) defeated Yuki Ishikawa & Saki Maemura (15:01) with a Huracanrana by Namiguchi on Ishikawa (1st defense).

This is the silly mixed tag titles that ZERO1 created back when they were trying to get SUN going.  Steve Corino and Toshie Uematsu were the champs, but after Corino stopped working for ZERO1 the titles were neglected and finally resurrected a few months ago.  Supposedly the Sultan of Dubai or similar kayfabe authority figure will build a palace for the champs if they can defend 10 straight times, obviously because a rich and powerful man would have nothing better to do with his time/money that keep track of ZERO1's minor title belts.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on September 23, 2008, 01:17:06 PM
Well if a Shiek from Abu Dhabi can buy Manchester City maybe that ain't so far fetched after all.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 26, 2008, 08:10:10 AM
BIG VAN CRASH "WRESTLE WARS 5" September 25, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
180 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated Yuka Mitsuya (11:05) with a Diving Body Press.
3. Hailey Hatred, Mikado & Apple Miyuki defeated Nanae Takahashi, Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (13:35) when Hailey used the Diva Killer on Mio.

ZERO1 "ZERO1 SPIRITS 2008" September 25, 2008
Urakawa Wellington Hotel


2. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (10:32) with a Cradle.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Hooligan69 on September 27, 2008, 07:30:48 PM
What type of move is a Diva Killer anyway?

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 27, 2008, 07:35:11 PM
It's her Fisherman's Buster.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on September 27, 2008, 07:45:27 PM
Break out some Exploders, Hailey!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 27, 2008, 07:57:28 PM
(http://a972.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/60/l_2be46e882ca293dbbc03609ab7db3ae3.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 28, 2008, 09:41:48 AM
ZERO1 September 27, 2008
Sapporo Teisen Hall


2. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (12:30) with a Cradle.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" September 27, 2008
Chiba BlueField
50 Fans


2. TAKA Michinoku, JOE & Quiet Storm defeated Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi & Bambi (11:53) with a Super Pump Kick by TAKA on Oishi.

With Apple Miyuki leaving to freelance and Yuu Yamagata's neck injury, Bambi's the only active woman on the K-DOJO roster.

Big Van Crush "WRESTLE WARS 6" September 27, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st RING


1. Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated Arisa Nakajima & Pinkie Mayuka (7:59) when Mio pinned Mayuka.
3. Nanae Takahashi, Kana & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Hailey Hatred, Mikado & Apple Miyuki (20:51) when Mikado was DQd for a foul on Kana.

Maybe we'll get more pictures from Hailey?

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 ~9.28 IN NAGOYA~" September 28, 2008
Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
4,428 Fans


3. Dump Matsumoto & Private Shoji defeated Hiroshi Nagao & (^o^)/ Chie (7:43) when Matsumoto used a Lariat on Chie.

HUSTLE seems like a good place for Dump.  *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 28, 2008, 11:57:40 AM
Mio gets another win.

I don't think we'll get photos from Hailey. She didn't even get to see pics from her match with Nanae til I sent her the linkage.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 29, 2008, 05:45:20 AM
From Hailey

Mika KILLED the legendary All Japan referee with a chairshot, and then we did a triple powerbomb on Kana onto chairs and he DQ'd us.
The match was intense!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on September 29, 2008, 11:36:10 AM
By "legendary referee" I am assuming she means Kyohei Wada, which gives me even more respect for him than I already had...

Chris
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Viscount Ultimo, 1st Viscount Tiger of Joshifans on September 29, 2008, 03:30:46 PM
Wada's took his fair share of bumps. He even let TARU cut him up with a broken bottle during the Kojima/TARU TCC match in 2005 (or 2006).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on September 29, 2008, 10:00:44 PM
Odd, Wada isn't the AJPW ref I remember doing joshi these recent years. She sure she didn't make a mistake?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Viscount Ultimo, 1st Viscount Tiger of Joshifans on September 30, 2008, 06:52:08 AM
He did the final Torumon X show with UD's last match in Japan (sure it was Dragon, sure ;)) so maybe he does the odd Joshi show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 30, 2008, 01:37:51 PM
Well it wasn't a joshi show, right? It just had 2 joshi matches.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 10, 2008, 01:51:13 PM
UNION October 9, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


3. Ice Ribbon the Best: Chou-un Shiryu & Riho defeated Ribbon Takanashi & Makoto (9:29) when Shiryu used a Jackknife Hold on Takanashi.
6. Cherry U-40 Struggle: Sakura Emi defeated Cherry (11:35) with a Modified La Magistral.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 12, 2008, 11:53:10 AM
DRAGON GATE October 11, 2008
Nara Central Gymnasium


2. Fuuka defeated Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (0:06) with a Middle Kick.
2a. Restart: Fuuka defeated Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa (2:01) with a Jumping High Kick.

I guess Fuuka's a legend, now that she has beaten Stalker! This was her hometown, BTW.

ZERO1 October 11, 2008
Kira Messe Numazu


3. WDB Tag Team Title: Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (c) defeated Yuta Yoshikawa & Saki Maemura (23:28) when Namiguchi used a Diving Headbutt on Yoshikawa. Namiguchi & Hikaru are successful in the 2nd defense.

Just eight defenses away from the palace in Dubai!

ZERO1 October 12, 2008
Tochigi City Center


3. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (1:47) by Pinfall Turnover.

Not sure what's up with this result.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 19, 2008, 02:23:52 PM
Miscellaneous results from the past week.

K-DOJO October 13, 2008
Sapporo Teisen Hall
172 Fans


1. Yuu Yamagata Return Match: Yuu Yamagata & Tomoko Nakagawa defeated Kaji Yamato & Apple Miyuki (10:31) with a Revival by Yamagata on Miyuki.

Yuu back from injury, and didn't even have to do the usual job.  Apple's still going to work some K-DOJO shows, but I guess she'll get to count lots of lights now.

ASAGAYA PRO October 14, 2008
Suginami-ku Tokyo Asagaya Loft A
70 Fans


2. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto with the Kaiten Ebigatame.

I don't know anything about this presumably small indy.

HUSTLE October 16, 2008
Korakuen Hall


1. Dump Matsumoto & Private Shoji defeated KUSHIDA & Chie (11:48) when Matsumoto used the Dump Lariat on Chie.

Dump's 2nd appearance in HUSTLE.  I hope she gets a match against RG and/or HG.

DRADITION/Hisamaru Tajima Produce October 18, 2008
Shinjuku FACE
Hisamaru Tajima 3rd Anniversary
600 Fans


3. Kayo Atashi Debut: Jaguar Yokota & Cherry defeated Kayo Atashi & GAMI (15:21) when Yokota used the Cobra Twist on Atashi.

A strange place for a joshi debut.  In another thread, OJ reported meeting Kayo and that she's trained by Toshie.  I bet we'll see her on WAVE cards in the near future.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" October 18, 2008
Chiba BlueField
85 Fans


3. Yuji Hino & Bambi defeated Madoka & Yuu Yamagata (9:58) when Bambi used a Standing Shining Wizard on Yamagata.

Oh, I get it.  Yuu does her belated return job to Bambi, who is still on the K-DOJO roster.

FUUKA MATSURI 6 October 19, 2008
Shin-Kiba First Ring


1. Misaki Ohata defeated Pinkie Mayuka with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.
2. Tojuki Leon & Ray defeated Fuuka Kidd & Bullfight Sora when Leon defeated Sora.
3. Shoot Boxing Exhibition: Fuuka vs Misato Tomita (2 2-minute rounds).
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Shu Shibutani vs Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.
5. Mariko Yoshida defeated Fuuka (13:21) with the Spider Twist.

I think this is the first time Fuuka has ever lost at one of her own shows.

GUTS WORLD October 19, 2008
Shinjuku FACE
Yuri Urai Retirement
457 Fans


3. La Malcriada & TAKA Michinoku defeated Toshie Uematsu & SUZKI (11:09) when TAKA used the Just Facelock on SUZKI.

La Malcriada is Aki Kanbayashi/Miss Mongol wearing a mask.  I'm not sure why Yuri didn't have a match at her retirement-maybe an injury that is preventing her from continuing?

AJPW "AUTUMN FESTIVAL" October 19, 2008
Iruma City Seishin Industrial Parking Lot Special Ring
2,200 Fans


1. Mio Shira & Io Shirai defeated Kyoko Kimura & Mikado (15:18) when Io used a High-Angle Reverse Cradle on Mikado.
2. Jaguar Yokota & Misae Genki defeated Ran Yu-Yu & Hiroyo Matsumoto (13:10) when Genki used the G Driver on Matsumoto.

I had no idea this was happening until just now, when I ran across this on the purolove results.  A nice crowd to see some of the ladies in action.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on October 19, 2008, 03:21:14 PM
Thats because the matches weren't on the original AJPW card. Looking at purolove they only had 4 matches announced before hand which is odd since the rest of the tour is covered. Its weird to see women on an AJPW card that isn't a one off non-tour show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on October 20, 2008, 12:22:13 AM
I'm sure i was an AJPW poster, about three or four weeks ago with the Shira's and Jaguar on it, which I assume must have been for this show and matches so it must have been planned for a little while.  Anybody else remember seeing it?  Anyway, yeah cool that they get a little more attention here and not surprised that the relatively green Shirias were used.   
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on October 20, 2008, 08:21:35 AM
I posted about this in the STPS thread. Io had the poster up on their blog all month.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on October 20, 2008, 10:15:20 PM
I forgot about that poster. Seems this was to build up to Genki challenging Kojima for a match which he accepted according to Irv.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2008, 08:35:44 AM
PROWRES EXPO 2008 "PART I: GREEN CHAPTER" October 24, 2008
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan


2. Hikaru & Apple Miyuki defeated Saki Maemura & Misaki Ohata (15:26) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Ohata.

PROWRES EXPO 2008 "PART II: WHITE CHAPTER" October 25, 2008
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan


3. Lingerie Muto, Saki Maemura, & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Kikutaro, Hikaru, & Apple Miyuki (15:27) when Maemura used the Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold on Hikaru.

Reportedly the 3 ProWres Expo shows at Sumo Hall drew very poorly (I've read like 1000, which is embarrassing for a building that size).  At least Hikaru & Saki got a couple of matches again with other people.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" October 25, 2008
Chiba Blue Field
62 Fans


2. KAZMA & Bambi defeated Yuu Yamagata & Kaji Yamato (8:33) when KAZMA used the AX Bomber on Yamato.

ITO DOJO October 26, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Aki Kanbayashi defeated Tomoko Morii (12:47).
2. Tomoka Nakagawa vs Apple Miyuki (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Takako Inoue defeated Ayako Sato (13:08) with the Beauty Fist.
4. Kaoru Ito & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Manami Toyota & Cherry (20:51) when Ito used a Diving Foot Stomp on Cherry.
5. Yumiko Hotta defeated Ayako Hamada (23:31) with a Pyramid Driver after Takako's Stun Gun.

Queen Bee October 26, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
BattlARTS Rules


0. Amateur Wrestling (55 Kg): Reika Yasua vs Emi Murata ended in a time-limit draw.
1. Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Ayako Sato  by KO with a High Kick.
2. GAMI defeated Cherry by submission with an Eye Poke.
3. Mika defeated Esui by submission with a Cross Armbreaker.
4. AKINO defeated Kyoko Kimura by submission with the Stretch Muffler Hold.
5. Kana defeated Chihiro Oikawa by KO with a High Kick.

I haven't found times for the Queen Bee matches yet.

BIG JAPAN October 26, 2008
Hirono Town Central Gymnasium


1. Chikayo Nagashima & Carlos Amano defeated Mayumi Ozaki & Hiroyo Muto  when Nagashima used a Huricanrana on Muto.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 ~10.26 IN TOCHIGI~", October 26, 2008
Utsunomiya Kiyohara Gymnasium


1. TAJIRI, KUSHIDA & (^o^)/ Chie defeated Dump Matsumoto, Sasori & Private Shoji (10:31) when TAJIRI used a cradle on Shoji.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on October 27, 2008, 02:02:50 AM
Ice Ribbon ran a few shows at the Senbon Sakura

23/10/08

Tanny Mouse タニー・マウス bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 7:03
Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 drew with Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 in 10:00
Hiroshi Miyamoto 宮本裕向 & CHANGO bt Sawa Suki 澤宗紀 & Hiroshi Abe 安部行洋 in 10:03
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 & Aika Ando 安藤あいか bt Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Makato 真琴 in 13:03

24/10/08

Makato 真琴 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 5:23
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 bt Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ & Koga Shugo 古賀祥子 in 10:21
CHANGO bt Yoshikawa Suketa 吉川祐太 in 7:36
Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 & Riho りほ bt Masako Takanishi 高梨マサ子 & Ryu Chokumo 趙雲子 in 10:18

25/10/08 first show

Makato 真琴 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 4:50
Kitana Isami 木高イサミ bt Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 in 6:55
Gran Hamada グラン浜田 bt Hiroshi Miyamoto 宮本裕向 in 6:30
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 & Riho りほ bt Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな in 11:33

Second show

Seina 聖菜 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 5:57
Gran Hamada グラン浜田 bt Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 in 2:26
Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 & Riho りほ bt Nisuta 翔太 & Cherry チェリー in 8:34
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 bt Makato 真琴 in 10:16

I don't know who Miyako Miyachi but she appears to be at the bottom of the jobbing tree
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 28, 2008, 12:08:10 PM
It looks like from the photos that the Ayako Hamada-Yumiko Hotta match at the Ito Dojo show was hardcore with falls counting anywhere, as they had ladders, tables, and roamed outside the arena.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/65034127.html
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 31, 2008, 05:18:54 AM
MAKEHEN October 30, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


3. Apple Miyuki & Hiren defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (9:50) when Apple used a Diving Body Press on Io.
4. Kiyoko Ichiki defeated Mikado (7:42) by DQ after interference by Apple Miyuki and violence against the referee.

Also, Ladies Ring announced that we will have another Shirai-Kanari sisters match at the next MAKEHEN show on November 21.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on October 31, 2008, 05:55:39 AM
Another win for Hiren, she is on a roll!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 03, 2008, 01:13:02 AM
Ice Ribbon

Ichigaya icebox 31/10/08


Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 4:21
Sawa Suki 澤宗紀 bt CHANGO in 8:42
Apple Miyuki アップルみゆき drew with Makato 真琴 (10:00)
Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 & Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 bt Emi Sakura さくらえみ & Hiroyo Matsumoto 松本浩代 in 9:32

Miyako jobs again, i'm really intrigued to see this amazing job machine.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 03, 2008, 06:40:26 AM
Wow Apple Miyuki's working every promotion she can....she may become the next Toshie as far as the "You've got a ring, I'll wrestle" philosophy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 04, 2008, 02:16:30 AM
Ice Ribbon
Senbon Sakura 03/11/08 Afternoon show


Seina 聖菜 & Riho りほ bt Tanny Mouse タニー・マウス & Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 8:10
Kazumi Shimouna しもうま和美 bt Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ in 5:33
Alexander Otsuka アレクサンダー大塚 bt Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 in 7:33
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 & Makato 真琴 bt Minori Makiba 牧場みのり & Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな in 15:00

Early evening show

Minori Makiba 牧場みのり bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 4:34
Emi Sakura さくらえみ bt Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 in 5:22
Alexander Otsuka アレクサンダー大塚 & Riho りほ bt Ryu Chokumo 趙雲子龍 & Makato 真琴 in 7:27
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 & Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Kazumi Shimouna しもうま和美 & Seina 聖菜 in 15:32
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 04, 2008, 06:17:06 AM
Thanks to windscorpion for doing Ice Ribbon.  I was wondering if I should  *crazy

Atsushi Onita Produce November 1, 2008
Lida Worker Gymnastics Center


1. Carlos Amano defeated Chikayo Nagashima with the Carlos Ghosn.
3. Dump Matsumoto & Sasori defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata when Sasori used La Magistral on Ohata.

Exciting Fight Game November 2,2008
Soka Cultural Center Parking Lot


1. Kazunori Yoshida defeated Tojuki Leon (10:20) with a Modified La Majistral.
2. Battender defeated Kaori Yoneyama (7:30) with the X Bomber.
3. Black Wolf defeated Yumiko Hotta (6:15) with a Chair Attack.
4. GENTARO defeated Toshie Uematsu (12:21) with a Backdrop.
5. Shuu Shibutani & Arisa Nakajima defeated Ricky Fuji & Shinigami (20:29) by 2 falls to 1. Fuji defeated Nakajima (6:30) with a DDT. Nakajima defeated Shinigami (7:58) with a Cradle Cutback. Shibutani defeated Shinigami (6:01) with a Northern Lights Suplex.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER joke" November 3, 2008
Korakuen Hall
709 Fans


1. Yuji Hino, Shiori Asahi & Bambi defeated Madoka, Boso Boy Raito & Yuu Yamagata (0:18) when Hino used a Clothesline on Raito.
1a. Restart: Yuji Hino, Shiori Asahi & Bambi defeated Madoka, Boso Boy Raito & Yuu Yamagata (8:00) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Raito.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 04, 2008, 06:24:26 AM
Really Kaori even takes the job here?.........bleh, I'm gonna relieve my anger once my gimp starts working again by making a bunch of emoticons featuring Bolshoi and Kaori, with hilarious to me back and forths in them.

I hope Dump didn't hurt my Ohata too much. *pwease
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 05, 2008, 02:08:39 AM
More Ice Ribbon, they certainly clock up the shows!

Senbon Sakura 04/11/08

Hiroyo Matsumoto 松本浩代 bt Hikari Shida 志田光 in 6:34
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 5:05
Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 & Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 bt Hiroshi Abe 安部行洋 & Emi Sakura さくらえみ in 8:05
Kaori Yoneyama 米山香織 bt Makato 真琴 in 9:21
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 05, 2008, 04:12:19 PM
HOLY CRAP! Kaori Yoneyama actually won a match... too bad she had to go outside of JWP to do it...

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on November 07, 2008, 03:12:07 AM
HOLY CRAP! Kaori Yoneyama actually won a match... too bad she had to go outside of JWP to do it...

James

doesn't she have anyone else to beat but makoto?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 10, 2008, 06:40:27 PM
A week's worth of Z1 results.  Hikaru and Saki got some guest to play with!

ZERO1 "COUNTRY OF FIRE ~ FIRE FESTIVAL SPECIAL" November 6, 2008
Kumamoto Information Circulation Hall


2. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (11:57) with the Never Give Up!.

ZERO1 "KITAKYUSHU SPIRIT~OSAMU NAMAGUCHI HOMETOWN RETURN" November 7, 2008
Kokura Northern Gymnasium


4. WDB Mixed Tag Team Title: Osamu Namaguchi & Hikaru (c) defeated Minoru Fujita & Saki Maemura (15:02) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Maemura. Namaguchi & Hikaru are successful in the 3rd defense.

ZERO1 Novemer 8, 2008
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium #2


1. 3 Way Match: Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru & Haruka Matsuo (7:51) with a Cradle on Matsuo.

ZERO1 "GRAPPLE FIESTA IN MASUDA" November 9, 2008
Masuda Citizen Gymnasium


2. Haruka Matsuo defeated Saki Maemura (10:22) with a Dragon Suplex Hold.
6. Shinjiro Otani, Ikuto Hidaka, & Manami Toyota defeated Kohei Sato, Takuya Sugawara, & Hikaru (18:31) when Hidaka used the Iwami Silver Mine on Sugawara.

ZERO1 November 10, 2008
Tottori Industrial Gymnasium


2. Etsuko Mita & Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru & Haruka Matsuo (14:10) when Mita used the Death Valley Bomb on Matsuo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 13, 2008, 09:56:13 AM
Wow Apple Miyuki's working every promotion she can....she may become the next Toshie as far as the "You've got a ring, I'll wrestle" philosophy.

Yeah I'm wondering the story here. She left K-DOJO and now is working everywhere. I'm wondering if maybe she moved to Tokyo or... not that Chiba is that far and I think that's where K-Dojo is.

Also, am I the only one who thinks an Apple & Cherry tag team is a no-brainer? They can be called "Pear Shaped Butts"  *

 *ban!


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on November 13, 2008, 01:11:51 PM

Also, am I the only one who thinks an Apple & Cherry tag team is a no-brainer? They can be called "Pear Shaped Butts"  *

 *ban!


I made a snorting sound out of my nose when I read that.  They could add Kana for trio's matches and you could have the "Three Dumplings."

Speaking of Cherry, loved her headbut in the Bat-Bat match.  Uwaaaaaaah!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on November 13, 2008, 06:09:09 PM
Speaking of Cherry, loved her headbut in the Bat-Bat match.  Uwaaaaaaah!
Sick thud~!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 16, 2008, 10:28:53 AM
Here's a potpourri of results from the weekend.  Hopefully I'll find results for Union and BattlARTS and some others later.

ZERO1 "GRAPPLE FIESTA IN FURUKAWA" November 15, 2008
Kurihara Takashimizu Sports Center


2. Saki Maemura defeated Aya Yuki (11:32) with the Hanamaru Dokkan.
3. Hikaru vs KAORU (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" November 15, 2008
Chiba Blue Field
71 Fans


1. Shiori Asahi & Bambi defeated Hardcore Kid Kojiro & Shiho Tsubaki (7:32) when Asahi used a Reverse Leg Split on Tsubaki.
4. Daigoro Kashiwa defeated Yuu Yamagata (6:52) with the Mapputatsu.

DRADITION "Yutaka Yoshie Homecoming Festival" November 16, 2008
Maebashi Green Dome Sub Arena


3. Misae Genki defeated Kana (9:45) with the G-Driver.

ZERO1 "ZERO1 BEAT 2008" November 16, 2008
Iwaki Municipal Gymnasium


2. Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura (12:02) with the Lanakila-H.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 17, 2008, 01:27:27 AM
Ice Ribbon ShinKiba 1stRING 15/11/08

Aika Ando 安藤あいか bt Koga Shugo 古賀祥子 in 6:49
Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 in 0:18
Makato Yuichko 真悠いちこ bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 5:54
Hikari Shida 志田光 bt Matsumoto Miyako 松本都 in 5:36
Ore Yusato 佐藤悠己 & Riho りほ bt Hiroshi Makaru リボン高梨 & Emi Sakura さくらえみ in 12:26
Seina 聖菜 bt Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな in 6:12
Makato 真琴 bt Aika Ando 安藤あいか in 8:13
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子, Kiyoko Ichiki 市来貴代子 & Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 bt Aoi Maregatsu 希月あおい, Kazumi Shimouna しもうま和美 & Minori Makiba 牧場みのり in 17:39
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on November 17, 2008, 04:01:54 AM
salamat po, windscorpion

how come you have access to Ice Ribbon results? do you use the Google translator?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 17, 2008, 08:53:50 AM
Walang anuman, yeah i just translate them off their own site. Though i also like the Romaji translator http://romaji.org/. Once done a few results then can just search my own blog for same person again so it gets easier with time!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 22, 2008, 10:28:28 AM
Some HUSTLE and MAKEHEN for ya.  KG is "Karate Girl", I think.  I'm not sure who she is, but she's aligned with RG and "Alan Kuroki" (i.e. Magnum TOKYO returning to puro) against the Fake HG.

The Shirai girls get their win over Sendai's Cross sisters at the MAKEHEN show.  I figured this would happen, as for the sets of sisters to have a proper feud, both sides need to win sometimes. Kiyoko Ichiki pops up randomly again.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 ~11.20 IN KORAKUEN~", November 20, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2100 Fans


1. Monster Soldier defeated \(^o^)/ Chie (5:14) with a DDT on a Chair.
2. Fake HG & Wolf Man defeated RG & KG (7:04) when Fake HG used the Fake 69 Driver on RG.

MAKEHEN #20 November 21, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
135 Fans


2. Kiyoko Ichiki & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Mikado & Apple Miyuki (10:42) when Ichiki used a Diving Footstomp on Mikado.
3. Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko (11:29) when Mio used the Purple Flash on Sachiko.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 ~11.22 IN IBARAKI~", November 22, 2008
Mito Citizen Gymnasium
2420 Fans


1. Private Shoji & Chizuru defeated KUSHIDA & \(^o^)/ Chie (9:40) when Shoji used the Shoji Payment on Chie.
3. RG, KG, & Alan Kuroki (Magnum TOKYO) defeated Fake HG, Wolf Man, & Red Onigumi (11:08) when Kuroki used the Erection Smash on Fake HG.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on November 22, 2008, 11:11:10 AM
http://www.hustlehustle.com/free/fighters/?id=1224832061

A link to KG's hustle roster page.  Anybody recognise her?  Kawaii!  She's probably an actress or legit Karate exponent...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on November 22, 2008, 01:41:41 PM
Hooray Io & Mio score the win over those pesky Kanari sisters!

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on November 22, 2008, 01:52:58 PM
What's MAKEHEN's website?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 22, 2008, 05:45:06 PM
What's MAKEHEN's website?

http://makehen.com (http://makehen.com)

There's really not that much there. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 25, 2008, 01:16:15 AM
Ice Ribbon
Ichigaya icebox 21/11/08


Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 8:42
Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Makato 真琴 in 5:01
Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 bt Hikari Shida 志田光 in 6:34
CHANGO & Kaori Yoneyama 米山香織 bt Hiroshi Masaru リボン高梨 & Emi Sakura さくらえみ in 8:53
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 25, 2008, 01:22:22 AM
No Riho?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 25, 2008, 05:32:47 AM
Here are the results from "Dosuki Pro".  It's a show full of mixed tag matches that Koji Ishinriki puts on once a year.  Quite a few from JWP, plus Toshie U (of course).  That silly Apple Miyuki thinks she can work more shows than our Toshie.  *haha

DOSUKI PRO November 24th, 2008
Shinjuku FACE
511 Fans


1. Masaru Toi & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sumo Riki & Arisa Nakajima (8:31) when Toi used a Diving Footstomp on Riki.
2. Macho Pump & Command Bolshoi defeated Hisamaru Tajima & La Malcriada (11:32) when Macho used La Magistral on Tajima.
3. Lingerie Muto & GAMI defeated Stalker Ichikawa & Toshie Uematsu (10:44) when Muto used a Reverse Figure-Four Leglock on Ichikawa.
4. Keizo Matsuda & Kayoko Haruyama defeated Don Fuji & Eiger (11:55) when Eiger was disqualified for a foul on Haruyama.
5. Masahiro Chono & Noriyo Tateno defeated Koji Ishinriki & Azumi Hyuga (14:41) when Chono used a Shining Kenka Kick on Ishinriki.

Photos at http://nahneko.exblog.jp/7686757 (http://nahneko.exblog.jp/7686757) and http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-632.html (http://totsuyoulei.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-632.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 25, 2008, 07:29:06 AM
Hmm, worth commenting I guess that all matches but the DQ win, were won by the men.

Oh and once again Hyuga totally kills her male opponent.
(http://blog-imgs-40.fc2.com/t/o/t/totsuyoulei/061_20081125184937.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 25, 2008, 09:51:09 AM
No Riho?

No Seina either, the kids had the night off. Maybe they had homework due.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on November 25, 2008, 01:08:35 PM
I thought I read somewhere that Riho "retired." Maybe. Maybe not.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 25, 2008, 01:26:09 PM
Well she was on the 15/11 card, might have been her last match but didn't seem to be.

edit: clicked Save too early then didn't notice until a lot later :p
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 25, 2008, 04:51:47 PM
Chono's a big name to see on a show like that.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on November 27, 2008, 03:02:11 PM
Ice Ribbon
Ichigaya icebox 27/11/08


Emi Sakura さくらえみ bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 6:52
Makato 真琴 bt Hikari Shida 志田光 in 6:38
Ryu Chokumo 趙雲子龍 bt Nisuta 翔太 in 7:54
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい & Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 in 11:27
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 30, 2008, 08:30:44 AM
Just a dump of recent ZERO1 and K-DOJO stuff.

ZERO1 "ZERO1 PRE-CIOUS VOL. 2" November 26, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura (4:42) with the Lanakila-H.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K TOUR in KUMAMOTO" November 26, 2008
Kumamoto Hungnam Hall
184 Fans


3. 3 Way Match: Apple Miyuki defeated Yuu Yamagata & Kikutaro (10:04) with a Single-Leg Crab Hold on Kikutaro.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K TOUR in OSAKA" November 28, 2008
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
145 Fans


3. TAKA Michinoku, JOE & Apple Miyuki defeated Mr. X, Saburo Inematsu & PSYCHO (18:08) when JOE used a Super Pump Kick on PSYCHO.
5. Yuji Hino, Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi defeated Kengo Mashimo, Madoka & Yuu Yamagata (19:00) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Madoka.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" November 29, 2008
Chiba Blue Field
150 Fans


6. Yuji Hino, Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi, & Bambi defeated TAKA Michinoku, JOE, Taishi Takizawa, & Yuu Yamagata (15:00) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Takizawa.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 01, 2008, 09:54:43 AM
Chono's a big name to see on a show like that.

Dosukoi wrestling is Ishinriki's promotion. They run once a year. It was covered on this forum last time - http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/index.php?topic=87.0

Here's some photos from this recent event.

http://www.miraim.net/ishinriki/dpuro20081124.html

(http://www.miraim.net/ishinriki/2008/0811240522.jpg)

Hyuga stretching Chono...

 *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Her Majesty Queen Kori I on December 01, 2008, 10:40:50 AM
Wait, Aoi's back and wrestling now?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on December 01, 2008, 10:51:33 AM
Wait, Aoi's back and wrestling now?

Yeah, looks like she's just Ice Ribbonning at the moment.  I suppose its actually a really good place to get back into the "ring" without risking new injury when you think about it.  I wouldn't imagine she'd have trouble getting booked, especially at NEO. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Davesnothome on December 01, 2008, 09:27:38 PM
Chono's a big name to see on a show like that.

Dosukoi wrestling is Ishinriki's promotion. They run once a year. It was covered on this forum last time - http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/index.php?topic=87.0

Here's some photos from this recent event.

http://www.miraim.net/ishinriki/dpuro20081124.html

(http://www.miraim.net/ishinriki/2008/0811240522.jpg)

Hyuga stretching Chono...

 *haha

Is there some sort of secret society among male Japanese wrestlers, that get some sort of satisfaction about being beat up by Azumi Hyuga?   *haha

Dave
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on December 02, 2008, 06:06:49 AM
In Chono' case, he's one of the big supporters of Joshi. It was more than his and Martina wanting Ohmukai for a third (a favorite rumor I heard) that got those Joshi matches during the NJPW 30th Anniversary tour. He even tried to help the Matsunagas get another loan to keep AJW open (that didn't work to well since the person he asked for the loan was old shovel chin).

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on December 03, 2008, 09:25:46 PM
(http://www.miraim.net/ishinriki/2008/0811240522.jpg)

Hyuga stretching Chono...

 *haha

i hope minoru suzuki would be next on hyuga's list
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 05, 2008, 11:28:33 AM
Ice Ribbon time again
Ichigaya icebox 05/12/08


Ueda Mare 植田ゆう希 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 4:26
Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 bt Matsumoto Miyako 松本都 in 6:33
Mysteron ミステロン bt Mr Gannosuke ミスター雁之助 in 7:38
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Seina 聖菜 bt Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい & Makato 真琴

I suspect "Mysteron" is someone in a mask?

Still no Riho but Seina is back and actually got the win over Kizuki
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: hyperboyz9 on December 07, 2008, 08:41:03 AM
Ice Ribbon time again
Ichigaya icebox 05/12/08


Ueda Mare 植田ゆう希 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 4:26
Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 bt Matsumoto Miyako 松本都 in 6:33
Mysteron ミステロン bt Mr Gannosuke ミスター雁之助 in 7:38
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Seina 聖菜 bt Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい & Makato 真琴

I suspect "Mysteron" is someone in a mask?

Still no Riho but Seina is back and actually got the win over Kizuki

This year, i see Ice ribbon doesn't book Seina, Hikari Minami and Riho anymore. I think all Children must be bsuy about studying. I c they focus about Mucle venus ( kind of WWE Diva ) and push Makoto so much.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 07, 2008, 09:22:37 AM
Various results from the weekend. I'm still looking for Guts World results (La Malcriada, Hiroyo Muto, & Apple Miyuki) and the Dump Matsumoto produced show. Aky/La Malcriada and Apple Miyuki seem to be working on trying to work all of the shows that are too indie sleazy for Toshie to bother with.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER overthrow" December 6, 2008
Chiba Blue Field
202 Fans


3. Yuji Hino, Shiori Asahi & Bambi beat JOE, Taishi Takizawa & Yuu Yamagata (15:06) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Takizawa.

IWA JAPAN December 7, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


4. Jaguar Yokota & Hisamaru Tajim defeated La Malcriada & Bear Fukuda (11:51) when Yakota defeated La Malcriada.

Lee Beginning December 7, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Ray & Io Shirai defeated AKINO & Mio Shirai (17:28) when Ray used a Moonsault Press on Mio.
2. Takako Inoue & Yuu Yamagata defeated Cherry & Hanako Kobayashi (11:40) when Inoue used the Beauty Fist on Kobayashi.
3. Fuuka defeated Apple Miyuki (9:19).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 11, 2008, 12:58:03 PM
Ice Ribbon
Ichigaya icebox 11/12/08


Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 7:04
Cherry チェリー bt Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな in 9:01
Ryu Chokumo 趙雲子龍 vs CHANGO ended in a double submission in 9:54
Kaori Yoneyama 米山香織 & Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい bt Makato 真琴 & Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 in 11:47

Miyako Miyachi is still ruthlessly being jobbed lol
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 13, 2008, 09:10:28 AM
Ice Ribbon
Ichigaya icebox 13/12/08 14:00 show


Misae Genki 元気美佐恵, Seina 聖菜 & Riho りほ bt Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい, Makato 真琴 & Minori Makiba 牧場みのり in 12:46
Matsumoto Miyako 松本都 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 7:39
Makato Yuichko 真悠いちこ bt Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな in 3:39
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 bt Hiroshi Mutou 武藤裕代 & Kazumi Shimouna しもうま和美 in 14:23

17:00 show

Seina 聖菜 drew with Ice Minami みなみ飛香 in a 3 minute exhibition
Minori Makiba 牧場みのり & Akagi Haruna 赤城はるな bt Makato 真琴 & Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 7:25
Seina 聖菜 bt Riho りほ in 5:28
Hiroshi Mutou 武藤裕代 bt Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 in 5:25
Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい & Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Kazumi Shimouna しもうま和美 & Hikari Shida 志田光
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 13, 2008, 01:26:22 PM
Cool, Riho's back. Hmm, Riho got pinned...that's not something you see everyday.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on December 13, 2008, 01:34:06 PM
...Riho got pinned...that's not something you see everyday.
She counted the lights relatively cleanly for Ramu.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 13, 2008, 02:31:54 PM
Well end of term maybe, not much homework left.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 15, 2008, 11:31:19 AM
A bunch of random results from the past week...

ASAGAYA PRO December 9, 2008
Asagaya Loft A
50 Fans


1. Kyoko Kimura & Masashi Takeda defeated Munenori Sawa & Naoshi Sano (13:32) when Kimura used a Giant Backbreaker on Sano.
3. Aky & Yasu Urano defeated Apple Miyuki & Isami Kidaka (15:30) when Urano used a Karada Gatame on Miyuki.

I don't really know anything about this small promotion other than it popping up on the indy threads at DVDVR and SSS.

NEW AJW December 13, 2008
Fukushima Iwaki Ship Gymnasium


1. Yumi Ohka defeated Chihiro Oikawa (9:21) with the Super Cherry Tree Drop.
2. Arisa Nakajima defeated Pinkie Mayuka (6:20) with a German Suplex Hold.
3. Command Bolshoi & GAMI defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Esui (14:19) when GAMI used the Eye Poke on Esui.
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Cherry (8:40) with the Gannosuke Clutch.
5. Yumiko Hotta & Keito defeated Ran Yu-Yu & Misaki Ohata (12:46) when Keito used the Falcon Arrow on Ohata.
6. Battle Royale: Arisa Nakajima defeated Misaki Ohata (5:43). Others, in order of elimination: Yumiko Hotta, Kaori Yoneyama, Chihiro Oikawa, Esui, Pinkie Mayuka, Keito, Azumi Hyuga, Ran Yu-Yu, Command Bolshoi, GAMI, Cherry, Yumi Ohka.

Another "New AJW" show, which looks more like a JWP show with some WAVE/Ibuki thrown in.  A 14 wrestler battle royale is over in less than six minutes.  I guess everyone was racing to the showers to make sure they got hot water.  Hotta won. Arisa lost  *freeze

ZERO1 "ZERO1 DELIGHT 2008" December 13, 2008
Mito Citizen Gymnasium


3. SUN vs REM again: Aja Kong & Toshie Uematsu defeated Hikaru & Saki Maemura (13:03) when Kong used the Diving Elbow Drop on Maemura.

REM was a cool stable and SUN had fun press conferences.  Too bad their booking was pitiful.  I'm surprised Hikaru got spared doing the J-O-B to Aja.

BattlARTS December 13, 2008
???


4. Yuki Ishikawa & Chihiro Oikawa vs Munenori Sawa & Cherry (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.

I saw this at LUKIE's Bati-Bati Cafe site.  http://bati.puroresufan.com/ (http://bati.puroresufan.com/)

AJPW "FAN APPRECIATION DAY" December 14, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2000 Fans


6. F-1 Tag Team Title: Keiji Muto & Kannazaki (c) defeated Shinobu Kandori & Ken Maeda (16:38) when Kannazaki used a Shining Wizard on Maeda.  Muto & Kannazaki succeed in the 5th defense.

Hmmmmm.  LLPW cancels their December show but Kandori shows up for random shit like this?

K-DOJO December 14, 2008
Hakata Star Lane
368 Fans


3. Yuu Yamagata defeated Bambi (7:00)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 16, 2008, 10:50:56 AM
Ice Ribbon
Senbon Sakura 16/12/08


Tanny Mouse タニー・マウス bt Hikari Shida 志田光 in 5:41
Makato 真琴 bt Hiroyo Matsumoto 松本浩代 & Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in a 3 way match in 7:38
Yoshiko Tamura 田村欣子 bt Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい in 8:56
Toshie Uematsu 植松寿絵 & Fujimoto Tsukasa 藤本つかさ bt Hiroshi Mutou 武藤裕代 & Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 in 13:09
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 17, 2008, 11:32:49 AM
Ice Ribbon
Senbon Sakura 17/12/08


Makato 真琴 bt Miyako Miyachi 都宮ちい in 6:07
Hiryo Matsumoto 松本浩代 draw with Aoi Kizuki 希月あおい in 10:00
Shimizu Yoshitsugu 清水基嗣 bt CHANGO in 8:50
Hiroshi Mutou 武藤裕代 & Hamuko Hoshi 星ハム子 bt Yuki Miyazaki 宮崎有妃 & Hikari Shida 志田光 in 11:54

Go Makato!!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 17, 2008, 12:58:00 PM
Does anyone know how to get to the Ichigaya Icebox ICE RIBBON runs? I think I know how to get there, but I'd like to be 100% sure before trying it. I'm thinking of maybe checking out atleast some of the 12/31 show, as it'd be neat to see a show without a ring.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 21, 2008, 08:23:19 AM
Naoshi Sano Produce December 16, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
Naoshi Sano 10th Anniversary 2nd Chapter


2. International Battle Royale: Muscle Sakai (Japan), YUJI KITO (USA), Ricky Fuji (Canada), X
(Mexico), Chon-Shiryu (China), La Malcriada (Puerto Rico), Konaka=Pale One (Pakistan), Kyoko
Kimura (Jamaica), Black Mummy (Egypt)
5. Munenori Sawa, Dinasty, & Keiko Kitagawa defeated Sanshu Tsubakichi, Tomonori Chiba, &
Apple Miyuki (13:02) when Sawa used a Shining Wizard on Tsubakichi.

I didn't find results on the battle royale from this minor show.  Kyoko is "Jamaican" and Aki is "Puerto Rican".  Yeah, and I'm Japanese  *bwah

ZERO 1 "ZERO1 DELIGHT 2008" December 17, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


2. Minoru Fujita, Shito Ueda & Saki Maemura  defeated KAMIKAZE, Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru 
(12:44) when Maemura used a Cradle on Hikaru.

Noteworthy mainly for Hikaru & Saki announcing their plans to retire next April.

Zeus Produce "WRESTLE NIGHT" December 19, 2008
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall
310 Fans


4. Kikutaro & Kanjuro Matsuyama defeated Kuishinbo Kamen & Kana (12:35) when Kikutaro used the Shining Kikuzard on Kamen.

Just a silly match at a silly Osaka Pro show.  Apparently Kanjuro has a comedy belt that he'll defend against GAMI on Tuesday.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" December 20, 2008
Chiba Blue Field
78 Fans


3. Kunio Toshima defeated Yuu Yamagata (4:40) with a Crab Hold.
5. KAZMA & Bambi defeated Great Sasuke & TAKA Michinoku (14:12) when Bambi used a Shining Wizard on Sasuke.

Bambi? Really?   *crazy

UNION "HAPPY X'MAS" December 21, 2008
Kitasenju Theater 1010
200 Fans


6. Sakura Emi & Ribbon Takahashi defeated Cherry & Lingerie Muto (9:34) when Takahashi used La Magistral on Cherry.

Unfortunately the Japanese indie idea of a "bra and panties" match doesn't involve Cherry being the one only in bra and panties.  *Oni*

Ranmaru/Hiroyo Muto Produce "LINE" December 21, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
Ranmaru/Hiroyo Muto 10th Anniversary
Hiroyo Muto Retirement Show


1. ZAP Memorial 3-Way War: ZAP I defeated ZAP T & ZAP Isozaki (3:07) with a Powerbomb on Isozaki.
2.  Yuki Miyazaki & Invisible Man F vs Megumi Yabushita & Invisible Man N (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2a. Restart: Yuki Miyazaki & Futoshi Miwa defeated Megumi Yabushita & DJ Nira when Miwa used a Senton on Nira.
3. Costume-Changing Battle Royale: KAZUKI (as Ricky Fuji) defeated Yumi Ohka (as Futoshi Miwa) (14:12) by Over the Top Rope. Others, in order of elimination: Takako Inoue (as Jaguar Yokota), Futoshi Miwa (as Fuuka), Jaguar Yokota (as Toshie Uematsu), Ricky Fuji (as Aki Kanbayashi),  Toshie Uematsu (as DJ Nira), Aki Kanbayashi (as KAZUKI), DJ Nira (as Yumi Ohka), Fuuka (as Takako Inoue).
4. Ranmaru & Yumiko Hotta defeated Dump Matsumoto & Sasori when Ranmaru used a Horizontal Cradle on Sasori.
5. Hiroyo Muto Retirement Match: Misae Genki defeated Hiroyo Muto with a G-Driver.
6. Special Extra Match: Hiroyo Muto vs Jaguar Yokota went to a time-limit draw.

The ZAPs reunion was rather short.  The battle royale was a comedy affair where everyone drew lots and dressed up like another wrestler.  For those who don't know, Futoshi Miwa is a rather fat guy and I'm not sure I want to see him trying to look like Fuuka.  I hope Jaguar spiked her hair.

Muto loses to Genki in her last match, but she got one more match, as she had a draw with her trainer Yokota.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 21, 2008, 09:43:42 AM
That battle royale looks kind of scary.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 21, 2008, 01:49:22 PM
I echo the sentiments regarding the Bambi win....very very weird, unless it was a full on comedy match. Battle Royal looks to be incredibly funny, and I'd love to see it. Especially with Takako acting as Jaguar.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 22, 2008, 08:25:31 AM
That battle royale looks kind of scary.

Photos at http://voxy-kantoku.cocolog-izu.com/blog/2008/12/10-081221-dc5e.html (http://voxy-kantoku.cocolog-izu.com/blog/2008/12/10-081221-dc5e.html)

Jaguar as Toshie  *approve
Fuuka as Takako w/stun gun  *approve
Fat Man as Fuuka  *ban!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 22, 2008, 06:29:21 PM
Jaguar looks so much like Toshie its kind of scary.

Miwa as Fuuka was just so horribly wrong. Also reminded me that I was under the impression that he retired.

What was up with Fuuka and Nira dancing?

And is that Fuji with KAZUKI at the end? Damn has he not aged all that well.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 24, 2008, 07:05:38 AM
Ice Ribbon 28
Kitazawa Town Hall 23/12/08

236 fans

Seina bt Hikari Shida in 9:00*
Fujimoto Tsukasa bt Makato Yuichko in 4:32*
Tamura Yoshiko, Ueda Mare & Matsumoto Miyako bt Aika Ando, Akagi Haruna & Miyako Miyachi by 4 falls to 2 in 29:05
Mr Gannosuke, Emi Sakura & Aoi Kizuki bt Akihiro Kuroda, Hiryo Matsumoto & Ice Minami in 12:28
Seina bt Riho in 5:26*
Makato bt Fujimoto Tsukasa in 5:37*
Misae Genki & Kazumi Shimouna bt Kiyoko Ichiki & Hamuko Hoshi in 14:23

ICEx60 tournament final
Seina
bt Makato in 10:14 to become the first ICEx60 champion*

* ICEx60 tournament matches
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 24, 2008, 07:33:06 AM
Hmm, who is Seina? She's been getting this megapush, even pinning Riho twice now yet I haven't heard of her....also you know Riho's gonna be bullying her like crazy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 24, 2008, 07:33:42 AM
Since you keep up with Ice Ribbon and I haven't been, do you know what the story is with Ice Ribbon/Muscle Venus/Three Count/NEO?  The best I can figure out is that Muscle Venus/Three Count is some sort of Japanese TV show/movie that involves training idol girls to be wrestlers.  I think they've been getting trained by Inoue & Tamura & Emi and working rookie matches in Ice Ribbon (and it looks like one match at the NEO year-end show).  Is this basically the story or am I missing something?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 24, 2008, 08:05:08 AM
Isn't Seina Riho's older sister? She is about 14 or so so ready to become a "proper" rookie. She isn't a bad prospect, she is pretty tall for a Japanese girl of that age.

As for Muscle Venus it indeed is a kind of reality show, i think maybe not just wrestling but other sports are included but that might be just part of the training (like how the Sendai rookies do dancing as part of their co-ordination training). You are pretty much there with your summary 1joshi san. I think anyway. :p
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 26, 2008, 09:07:55 AM
Ice Ribbon @ Ichigaya icebox 26/12/08

Hamuko Hoshi bt Akagi Haruna in 6:05
Shimizu Yoshitsugu & CHANGO bt Ryu Chokumo & Shinko Yamada in 10:41
Emi Sakura bt Fujimoto Tsukasa in 5:22
Makato & Riho bt Aoi Kizuki & Miyako Miyachi in 11:33

Good to see Emi back at "her" promotion, she doesn't appear much these days
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 28, 2008, 07:50:24 AM
I bet Ice Ribbon could have its own results thread; they certainly run enough shows!

Here is an assortment of results from the past week or so, including an Ice Ribbon appearance at Mr. Gannosuke's retirement show.

MAKEHEN #21 December 21, 2008
Osaka World Building
204 Fans


2. Mio Shirai, Io Shirai, & Kana defeated Mikado, Apple Miyuki, & GAMI when Mio used the Purple Flash on Mikado.

UNION "HAPPY X'MAS" December 21, 2008
Kitasenju Theater 1010
188 Fans


6. Cherry defeated Emi Sakura & Masa-ko Takanashi (9:42) with a Jujigatame on Takanashi.

OSAKA PRO "OSAKA HOLIDAY PARADISE" December 23, 2008
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
145 Fans


5. Osaka Pro Owari Title Match: Kanjuro Matsuyama (c) defeated GAMI (12:33) with the Sanmon.  Matsuyama is successful in the 6th defense.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PART 1" December 24, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1960 Fans


1. Ray Ohara & Satan the Santa 2008 beat KUSHIDA & \(^o^)/ Chie (10:58) when Ohara used the Mui Bien on KUSHIDA
2. HG, KG, & Alan Kuroki beat Private Shoji,Fake HG, & Monster C (10:55) when HG used the Death Drop on Shoji

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2008 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PART 2" December 25, 2008
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2190 Fans


1. Ray Ohara, Satan the Santa 2008, & Reindeer 2008 beat RG, KUSHIDA, & \(^o^)/ Chie (12:06) when Ohara used the Mui Bien on KUSHIDA.

Mr. Gannosuke Produce December 27, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
Mr. Gannosuke Retirement Show
480 Fans


2. Aoi Kizuki, Minori Makiba, & Hikaru Shida defeated Sakura Emi, Makoto, & Hamuko Hoshi (8:47) when Kizuki pinned Makoto.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 28, 2008, 07:56:11 AM
Here is the Ito Dojo & Queen Bee results for 12/28.  The Ito Dojo booking is typically blah.  Miho Wakizawa loses her comeback match to Ito and retires again.  Hanako gets to beat Esui and get squashed by Ito.  Sato loses to Ito too.  Ito wins a lot.  Then Toyota & THE Ayako trade pins.

ITO DOJO December 28, 2008
Shinjuku FACE


1. Hanako Kobayashi defeated Esui (7:29) with a Front Cradle.
2. ZAP I & ZAP T defeated Ayako Sato & Cherry (12:50) when ZAP I used a Liger Bomb on Sato.
3. Miho Comeback Match: Kaoru Ito defeated Miho Wakizawa (5:48) with a Lariat. By stipulation, Miho retires again.
4. Takako Inoue defeated Ray (14:14) with the Takako Panic.
5. Best 2 of 3 Falls: Kaoru Ito, Ayako Hamada, & Aki Kanbayashi defeated Yumiko Hotta, Manami Toyota, & Hanako Kobayashi (24:29) by 2 falls to 1. Ito defeated Kobayashi (0:09) with a Lariat. Toyota defeated Hamada (19:57) with a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb. Hamada defeated Toyota (4:23) with the AP Cross.

QUEEN BEE December 28, 2008
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Kyoko Kimura defeated Ray with a Sleeper Hold.
2. Esui defeated Yoko Yamada with a Modified Camel Clutch.
3. Fuuka defeated Natsuki*Taiyo by KO with a High Kick.
4. Nanae Takahashi & Kana defeated Chihiro Oikawa & AKINO when Kana used a Spider Twist on Oikawa.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 28, 2008, 12:04:21 PM
Holy Hannah Montana, Kana pulled out the spider twist? Nice. Next maybe she'll turn her Sasorigatame into Bull's Sasorigatame/Surfboard Combo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 28, 2008, 06:14:49 PM
 *saywhat

Chotomate! Are you telling me that Kana is channeling Joshi icons such as the Spider Queen? She's a crafty one.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 29, 2008, 12:19:29 AM
Queen Bee was amazing yesterday. Awesome show, not a bad match on the card. ShinKiba 1st ring is actually super close to shinkiba station and easy to find. 

Kyoko has red hair now, looking very different than usual.

Fuuka/Natsuki - Natsuki killed Fuuka with a kick, and they had an awesome match. It was really heated too. 

Tag main - Oikawa had a real gusher as her nose was broken. She got kicked in the head and blood went flying 3 rows. It was a great match. Kana also had some kind of cut on her eyelid. Oikawa really shined and was over. She was crying after the match because of the broken nose. It was a little sad.

I got a Fuuka Matsuri poster signed by her and a photo, as well as a picture signed by all 3 members of passion red.

Ito dojo wasn`t the best. The Zap`s had a fun brawl.  Ray didn`t seem really inspired. Miho was pretty charsimatic and fun. The main was good, with some highflying and lots of brawling. Crowd was completely dead the whole show.

Kasu Ichi time, I must go!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on December 29, 2008, 01:15:27 AM
*saywhat

Chotomate! Are you telling me that Kana is channeling Joshi icons such as the Spider Queen? She's a crafty one.

don't make it sound like kana is becoming joshi's Mokujin
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on December 29, 2008, 06:35:26 PM
Queen Bee 28/12/08
Shin-kiba 1stRING
1. Kyoko Kimura (9:38 Naked Choke) Ray
2. Esui (6:18 Modified Ankle Lock) Yuko Yamada
3. Fuuka (10:42 High Kick -> KO) Natsuki Taioh
4. Nanae Takahashi & Kana <W> (23:43 Passion of the Christ Clutch) Chihiro Oikawa <L> & Akino
* Modified Ground Ocotopus Hold

Full results
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 29, 2008, 08:05:27 PM
Queen Bee was amazing yesterday. Awesome show, not a bad match on the card. ShinKiba 1st ring is actually super close to shinkiba station and easy to find. 

Kyoko has red hair now, looking very different than usual.

Fuuka/Natsuki - Natsuki killed Fuuka with a kick, and they had an awesome match. It was really heated too. 

Tag main - Oikawa had a real gusher as her nose was broken. She got kicked in the head and blood went flying 3 rows. It was a great match. Kana also had some kind of cut on her eyelid. Oikawa really shined and was over. She was crying after the match because of the broken nose. It was a little sad.

I got a Fuuka Matsuri poster signed by her and a photo, as well as a picture signed by all 3 members of passion red.

Ito dojo wasn`t the best. The Zap`s had a fun brawl.  Ray didn`t seem really inspired. Miho was pretty charsimatic and fun. The main was good, with some highflying and lots of brawling. Crowd was completely dead the whole show.

Kasu Ichi time, I must go!
How was Kasuachi? Did the crowd go crazy for SUWA?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 30, 2008, 07:26:52 AM
I'll try to find more details & photos.  I'm not sure of attendance yet either, although rzombie indicated that he was lucky to get tickets, so we could have a sell-out.

(http://live2.ch/jlab-fat/s/fat1230638733863.jpg)

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "MARVELOUS NIGHT V-END OF LONG FIGHT" December 30, 2008
Korakuen Hall
Devil Masami Retirement Show


1. Super Heel Devil Masami, KAORU, & Dump Matsumoto defeated Chigusa Nagayo, Yumiko Hotta, & Meiko Satomura (7:27) when Super Heel used the Fire Valley on Nagayo.
2. Sendai Girls Offer Match: DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko defeated Ryo Mizunami & Yukari Ishino (7:28) when Sachiko used a German Suplex Hold on Ishino.
3. Ito Dojo/Ibuki Offer Match: Ray & Misaki Ohata defeated Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi (6:01) when Ray used a Moonsault Press on Kobayashi.
4. WAVE Offer Match: Yumi Ohka, Cherry, Kana, & Moeka Haruhi defeated GAMI, Shu Shibutani, Bullfight Sora, & Kyoko Kimura (9:42) when Ohka used a Tiger Suplex Hold on GAMI.
5. NEO Offer Match: Misae Genki defeated Yuki Miyazaki (5:49) with the G-Driver.
6. JWP Offer Match: Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Azumi Hyuga, Arisa Nakajima, & Tojuki Leon (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
7. LLPW Offer Match: Takako Inoue defeated Noriyo Tateno.
8. OZ Academy Offer Match: Mayumi Ozaki & Manami Toyota vs Chikayo Nagashima & Sonoko Kato (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
9. Devil Masami Retirement Match: Aja Kong, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Devil Masami, Dynamite Kansai, & Carlos Amano (22:00) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex Hold on Devil.

Found some photos at this blog: http://blog.livedoor.jp/kammyjt/archives/51435530.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/kammyjt/archives/51435530.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on December 30, 2008, 09:26:27 AM
...Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex Hold on Devil.
I can feel the emotional tug just reading that. Should be emotional to watch.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 30, 2008, 11:13:50 AM
Hmm, that's really awesome of Devil to do. I wonder if she was trying to up Uematsu's stock since Toshie was being an uber jobber outside of teaming with Ran Yu-Yu.

Card looks solid, I'm guessing they had to implement the 10 minute time limit since there were so many matches on the card, plus all the video packages for Devil they'd have to do.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 30, 2008, 11:59:55 AM
Having a cold one with the Devil (Hotta, Devil, Kansai, Cutie Suzuki, GAMI).  What, no champagne?

From Dump's blog.  Dump wasn't drinking; I guess she's the DD  *approve

http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/gokuaku2/imgs/0/6/060159e7.jpg (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/gokuaku2/imgs/0/6/060159e7.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 30, 2008, 12:13:22 PM
Having a cold one with the Devil (Hotta, Devil, Kansai, Cutie Suzuki, GAMI).  What, no champagne?

From Dump's blog.  Dump wasn't drinking; I guess she's the DD  *approve

http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/gokuaku2/imgs/0/6/060159e7.jpg (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/gokuaku2/imgs/0/6/060159e7.jpg)

Such a cute pic. She'll be missed...

The blog had some blurry-ass photos. Someone needs a new camera. Did anyone see that picture of Toyota applying a hold on someone? Is that Nagashima? Doesn't look like her costume...someone with pink costume:

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/kammyjt/imgs/f/b/fbbe95ba.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 30, 2008, 12:46:11 PM

Such a cute pic. She'll be missed...

The blog had some blurry-ass photos. Someone needs a new camera. Did anyone see that picture of Toyota applying a hold on someone? Is that Nagashima? Doesn't look like her costume...someone with pink costume:


That's Takako Inoue, not Toyota, against Noriyo Tateno.  Toyota's wearing long black jeans, not cut-offs, in her current gimmick.  Also, Manami's ass is a bit bigger than Takako's  *blush
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 30, 2008, 12:51:03 PM

Such a cute pic. She'll be missed...

The blog had some blurry-ass photos. Someone needs a new camera. Did anyone see that picture of Toyota applying a hold on someone? Is that Nagashima? Doesn't look like her costume...someone with pink costume:


That's Takako Inoue, not Toyota, against Noriyo Tateno.  Toyota's wearing long black jeans, not cut-offs, in her current gimmick.  Also, Manami's ass is a bit bigger than Takako's  *blush

Oh you're right! I was wondering if Toyota had lost some weight. K K, thanks!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on December 31, 2008, 02:10:54 AM
Queen Bee was amazing yesterday. Awesome show, not a bad match on the card. ShinKiba 1st ring is actually super close to shinkiba station and easy to find. 

Kyoko has red hair now, looking very different than usual.

Fuuka/Natsuki - Natsuki killed Fuuka with a kick, and they had an awesome match. It was really heated too. 

Tag main - Oikawa had a real gusher as her nose was broken. She got kicked in the head and blood went flying 3 rows. It was a great match. Kana also had some kind of cut on her eyelid. Oikawa really shined and was over. She was crying after the match because of the broken nose. It was a little sad.

I got a Fuuka Matsuri poster signed by her and a photo, as well as a picture signed by all 3 members of passion red.

Ito dojo wasn`t the best. The Zap`s had a fun brawl.  Ray didn`t seem really inspired. Miho was pretty charsimatic and fun. The main was good, with some highflying and lots of brawling. Crowd was completely dead the whole show.

Kasu Ichi time, I must go!
How was Kasuachi? Did the crowd go crazy for SUWA?
The first two matches were a little slow and boring, but it picked up a little more after. They weren`t bad, but not great. Crowd didn‘t go so crazy because SUWA was selling tickets. I saw him selling tickets, but wasn`t sure if it was him. It was obviously him under the Ultimo mask,  and the crowd popped a little for it. The sato`s tag match was the match of the night. It was very entertaining, with all kinds of things like worms, puke, milk/beer, and some kind of mist. The crowd was hot for it. The main event was good too.

The crowd was pretty filled for devil. They didn`t have the screen up, and they had a live band where they sometimes have fans on the platforms. The band sucked and sang songs in engrish. HOT STAFF, I think not.

The devil show was pretty good. The best match on the show was Toyota/Oz vs Kato/Nagashima. They brawled, and at one point Oz swung a chain in Kato`s face busting the upper part of her nose open. My friend and I talked to Kato and she said She was okay, though she got some stitches.  The JWP tag was also pretty good. It was a fast paced lucha style match. The opening match was pretty good too. It was a little slow, but the crowd was super into Chigusa.

Also, I can`t stress this enough. You guys need to see the Queen Bee show asap.

What is the female referee`s name?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 31, 2008, 09:32:18 AM
Some more photos from a random blog I found.  It seems that a lot of people who don't normally go to shows or watch puro on TV anymore watched the Devil show.

This blogger focused totally on the "name" older wrestlers with their photos.  Hiren did make the show after all, doing her usual bit with Ozaki's crew.

http://riotrush.fourw.net/e24917.html (http://riotrush.fourw.net/e24917.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on December 31, 2008, 11:15:52 AM
Ice Ribbon 30
Ichigaya icebox 31/12/08


17:30 show

Aoi Kizuki, Makato & Miyako Miyachi bt Kazumi Shimouna, Hamuko Hoshi & Akagi Haruna in 10:55
Ueda Mare bt Matsumoto Miyako in 5:31
Hiroshi Masaru & Ryu Chokumo bt CHANGO & Dimension Yamada in 8:55
Yoshiko Tamura & Riho bt Minori Makiba & Ice Minami in 12:18
Hiryo Matsumoto bt Seina in 9:44

Miyako Miyachi wins at last! OK its a 6-woman tag but a win is a win is a win.

20:00 show

Hamuko Hoshi & Riho bt Ice Minami & Miyaho Miyachi in 7:19
Yoshiko Tamura bt Ueda Mare in 9:17
Hiroshi Masaru drew with Ryu Chokumo (10:00)
Hiryo Matsumoto & Makato bt Aoi Kizuki & Seina in 9:44

So 2 jobs for the ICEx60 champion, heh,
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on January 01, 2009, 09:08:34 PM
Queen Bee was amazing yesterday. Awesome show, not a bad match on the card. ShinKiba 1st ring is actually super close to shinkiba station and easy to find. 

Kyoko has red hair now, looking very different than usual.

Fuuka/Natsuki - Natsuki killed Fuuka with a kick, and they had an awesome match. It was really heated too. 

Tag main - Oikawa had a real gusher as her nose was broken. She got kicked in the head and blood went flying 3 rows. It was a great match. Kana also had some kind of cut on her eyelid. Oikawa really shined and was over. She was crying after the match because of the broken nose. It was a little sad.

I got a Fuuka Matsuri poster signed by her and a photo, as well as a picture signed by all 3 members of passion red.

Ito dojo wasn`t the best. The Zap`s had a fun brawl.  Ray didn`t seem really inspired. Miho was pretty charsimatic and fun. The main was good, with some highflying and lots of brawling. Crowd was completely dead the whole show.

Kasu Ichi time, I must go!
How was Kasuachi? Did the crowd go crazy for SUWA?
The first two matches were a little slow and boring, but it picked up a little more after. They weren`t bad, but not great. Crowd didn‘t go so crazy because SUWA was selling tickets. I saw him selling tickets, but wasn`t sure if it was him. It was obviously him under the Ultimo mask,  and the crowd popped a little for it. The sato`s tag match was the match of the night. It was very entertaining, with all kinds of things like worms, puke, milk/beer, and some kind of mist. The crowd was hot for it. The main event was good too.

The crowd was pretty filled for devil. They didn`t have the screen up, and they had a live band where they sometimes have fans on the platforms. The band sucked and sang songs in engrish. HOT STAFF, I think not.

The devil show was pretty good. The best match on the show was Toyota/Oz vs Kato/Nagashima. They brawled, and at one point Oz swung a chain in Kato`s face busting the upper part of her nose open. My friend and I talked to Kato and she said She was okay, though she got some stitches.  The JWP tag was also pretty good. It was a fast paced lucha style match. The opening match was pretty good too. It was a little slow, but the crowd was super into Chigusa.

Also, I can`t stress this enough. You guys need to see the Queen Bee show asap.

What is the female referee`s name?

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/tia_rosa/imgs/9/b/9b1d6b3c.jpg)

Interesting pic from the Masami show...Ymada, KAORU, and Chiggy-san looks pissed

I heard about the Queen Bee shw being real good and i plan on getting in on dvd
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ozmont on January 02, 2009, 03:09:38 PM
LOL Yamada looks like my mom!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on January 02, 2009, 03:55:39 PM
Chigusa's expression is like, "Where the f*** is the beer?"
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on January 03, 2009, 10:22:50 AM
put a moawk on Chigusa and you'll mistake her for Dump !! Why doesn't she get on a diet (she was so pretty when she was slimmer !!) *livid *livid
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on January 03, 2009, 10:56:40 AM
put a moawk on Chigusa and you'll mistake her for Dump !! Why doesn't she get on a diet (she was so pretty when she was slimmer !!) *livid *livid

yea slimmer with the tan, she looked small compared to Etsuko Mita in 99 when she had that squash
match against her.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 04, 2009, 11:11:08 AM
Here are results from the Yumiko Hotta show.  Look who jobbed TWICE.

A few backstage photos from Takako's blog: http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html)

Yumiko Hotta Produce Januray 4, 2009 (afternoon)
Shinjuku FACE
Yumiko Hotta's 25th Year of Wrestling


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Sachie Abe with the Texas Cloverleaf.
2. AJW Minis Wrestling: Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddaman with a High Speed Count.
3. Strongest Heel Costume Play Match: "Dump Matsumoto" (Sasori) & "Bull Nakano" (Kaoru Ito) defeated "Akira Hokuto" (Yumiko Hotta) & "Yumiko Hotta" (Miho Wakizawa) when "Nakano" used a Diving Guillotine Drop on "Hokuto".
4. Takako Inoue & Kaoru Ito defeated Ayako Sato & Natsuki*Taiyo when Ito used a Diving Foot Stomp on Sato.
5. Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda defeated Kana & Arisa Nakajima by 2 falls to 1. Toyota defeated Nakajima with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold. Kana defeated Shimoda with the Billiken. Shimoda defeated Kana with a Cradle.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Yumiko Hotta with a Lariat.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: HybridOctopus.Ozaki-lover on January 04, 2009, 07:05:06 PM
I'll try to find more details & photos.  I'm not sure of attendance yet either, although rzombie indicated that he was lucky to get tickets, so we could have a sell-out.

(http://live2.ch/jlab-fat/s/fat1230638733863.jpg)

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "MARVELOUS NIGHT V-END OF LONG FIGHT" December 30, 2008
Korakuen Hall
Devil Masami Retirement Show


1. Super Heel Devil Masami, KAORU, & Dump Matsumoto defeated Chigusa Nagayo, Yumiko Hotta, & Meiko Satomura (7:27) when Super Heel used the Fire Valley on Nagayo.
2. Sendai Girls Offer Match: DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko defeated Ryo Mizunami & Yukari Ishino (7:28) when Sachiko used a German Suplex Hold on Ishino.
3. Ito Dojo/Ibuki Offer Match: Ray & Misaki Ohata defeated Ayako Sato & Hanako Kobayashi (6:01) when Ray used a Moonsault Press on Kobayashi.
4. WAVE Offer Match: Yumi Ohka, Cherry, Kana, & Moeka Haruhi defeated GAMI, Shu Shibutani, Bullfight Sora, & Kyoko Kimura (9:42) when Ohka used a Tiger Suplex Hold on GAMI.
5. NEO Offer Match: Misae Genki defeated Yuki Miyazaki (5:49) with the G-Driver.
6. JWP Offer Match: Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama, & Kaori Yoneyama vs Azumi Hyuga, Arisa Nakajima, & Tojuki Leon (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
7. LLPW Offer Match: Takako Inoue defeated Noriyo Tateno.
8. OZ Academy Offer Match: Mayumi Ozaki & Manami Toyota vs Chikayo Nagashima & Sonoko Kato (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
9. Devil Masami Retirement Match: Aja Kong, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Devil Masami, Dynamite Kansai, & Carlos Amano (22:00) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex Hold on Devil.

Found some photos at this blog: http://blog.livedoor.jp/kammyjt/archives/51435530.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/kammyjt/archives/51435530.html)
i cant believe she lost her last match!!!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on January 04, 2009, 08:34:39 PM
Hmm, that's really awesome of Devil to do. I wonder if she was trying to up Uematsu's stock since Toshie was being an uber jobber outside of teaming with Ran Yu-Yu.
i cant believe she lost her last match!!!!
This is not uncommon fare for retirement matches.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 06, 2009, 08:11:49 AM
Photos from the cosplay match at Hotta's show.

 *haha *haha *haha

http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10188759942.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10188759942.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on January 06, 2009, 10:07:33 AM
Here are results from the Yumiko Hotta show.  Look who jobbed TWICE.

A few backstage photos from Takako's blog: http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html)

Yumiko Hotta Produce Januray 4, 2009 (afternoon)
Shinjuku FACE
Yumiko Hotta's 25th Year of Wrestling


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Sachie Abe with the Texas Cloverleaf.
2. AJW Minis Wrestling: Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddaman with a High Speed Count.
3. Strongest Heel Costume Play Match: "Dump Matsumoto" (Sasori) & "Bull Nakano" (Kaoru Ito) defeated "Akira Hokuto" (Yumiko Hotta) & "Yumiko Hotta" (Miho Wakizawa) when "Nakano" used a Diving Guillotine Drop on "Hokuto".
4. Takako Inoue & Kaoru Ito defeated Ayako Sato & Natsuki*Taiyo when Ito used a Diving Foot Stomp on Sato.
5. Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda defeated Kana & Arisa Nakajima by 2 falls to 1. Toyota defeated Nakajima with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold. Kana defeated Shimoda with the Billiken. Shimoda defeated Kana with a Cradle.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Yumiko Hotta with a Lariat.
The last two matches were really strong, particularly the tag. It was a very fast paced old AJW 90's type tag. Mima looked really good both in ring and shape wise, and was really into the match. The last match was good too. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on January 06, 2009, 12:32:10 PM
To all the Hotta-chan haters: I don't think a bastard selfish bitch would job twice in her anniversary slef-produced show..... *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 06, 2009, 12:53:03 PM
Let's face it, Hotta has done a lot over the past 18 months to try and shed her image of selfish bitch. Mind you I don't know how the Japanese fans view Hotta, but that is the image she has with a good number of western fans. Now whether this has been unconcious or concious (the the shedding of the image) is debatable. I mean let us not forget that she was not alone and not even really to blame in the AtoZ collapse.

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Nagashimark on January 06, 2009, 01:14:27 PM
This is not uncommon fare for retirement matches.

I once read (can't remember where) that there's a certain tradition/"law" concerning retirement matches. If the retiring wrestler wins the match, she's retiring for GOOD, if she loses the match she has the option of coming back and resume her career. Is that true?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on January 07, 2009, 02:54:23 PM
Hotta is retiring?

Can anyone tell me what the billiken/billyken used by Kana looks like? What the hail is it?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 07, 2009, 03:14:53 PM
he Billiken is a running ass smash to a seated opponenet. trust me it is way better looking than I am amking it sound. Take Masato Tanak's Sliding D (running/sliding forearm shot to a seated opponent) and replace the forearm smash with an running ass attack. Kana has the perfect ass for it to

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on January 07, 2009, 03:26:48 PM
Hotta is retiring?

Can anyone tell me what the billiken/billyken used by Kana looks like? What the hail is it?
She's not retiring, and I've never heard that thing about winning or losing in retirement matches.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 07, 2009, 03:50:05 PM
This is the Billiken
(http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q93/TheElfenLiedPictureShow/Billiken.gif)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on January 07, 2009, 05:04:54 PM
This is the Billiken
(http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q93/TheElfenLiedPictureShow/Billiken.gif)


Super Thanks! OK, yes at 1st it sounded lame, but it does look pretty wicked! :)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 07, 2009, 08:03:01 PM
Hotta is retiring?

Can anyone tell me what the billiken/billyken used by Kana looks like? What the hail is it?
She's not retiring, and I've never heard that thing about winning or losing in retirement matches.

It's not an absolute rule, but people do usually lose their retirement matches in Japan.  Actually, I think it's more likely for someone who was a career jobber to get a win in their finale (think Sakura Hirota over Ozaki as an example) than a big star (like Devil Masami).  There are exceptions, of course-Hokuto gave Hamada one last Northern Lights Bomb.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on January 08, 2009, 07:07:45 AM
It's not an absolute rule, but people do usually lose their retirement matches in Japan.  Actually, I think it's more likely for someone who was a career jobber to get a win in their finale (think Sakura Hirota over Ozaki as an example) than a big star (like Devil Masami).  There are exceptions, of course-Hokuto gave Hamada one last Northern Lights Bomb.
Yeah, retirement matches are actually kind of unpredictable. Anniversary matches are the ones that are kind of predictable as far as finishes are concerned. Though I'm sure there must be exceptions to that too.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 10, 2009, 10:09:08 AM
The first Passion Red show sold out Itabashi Green Hall (230 is a lot for that venue).  The results were pretty expected, with Nanae winning for her team in the main by giving DASH Chisako the Nanaracka.  The Emi/Arisa match looked too short and the Hiroyo/Kana draw is interesting.  Maybe Kana's going to be Matsumoto's first challenger for the junior belts?

PASSION RED "1 PASSION" January 10, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
230 Fans


1. Kana vs Hiroyo Matsumoto (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Sakura Emi defeated Arisa Nakajima (6:42) when Emi used La Magistral on Nakajima.
3. Yumiko Hotta & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Toshie Uematsu & Io Shirai (11:44) when Natsuki used the Taiyo*Bomb on Io.
4. Fuuka defeated Ray (13:02) with the F-Doll.
5. Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo, & Kana defeated Meiko Satomura, Ryo Mizunami, & DASH Chisako (20:04) when Takahashi used the Nanaracka on Chisako.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on January 10, 2009, 10:48:33 AM
Show looks alright. Not surprised by Kana drawing out with Matsumoto. I figured she would challenge for the jr. belts sometime this year against her, probably on an Ibuki show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 10, 2009, 11:01:38 AM
Awwe, Arisa only lasted 6 minutes. *gloom

Rest of the show looks great though.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on January 10, 2009, 02:38:39 PM
Imagine how quick the sections between Io and Natsuki must've been.

I hope this was taped. (The unofficial mantra of all Joshi watchers)

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 11, 2009, 08:45:18 AM
BattlARTS January 10, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010
150 Fans


7. Yuki Ishikawa defeated Chihiro Oikawa (9:26) with a Wakigatame.

They used this match between the semi-finals and finals of the B-Rules tournament.  Ishikawa had lost in the first semi and Oikawa was not in the tournament.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on January 11, 2009, 10:17:27 AM
I wonder if if Ishikawa wrestled this like his normal mixed matches or dropped the pervertedness for a fellow BattlArts member.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on January 13, 2009, 12:38:47 PM
Here are results from the Yumiko Hotta show.  Look who jobbed TWICE.

A few backstage photos from Takako's blog: http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html)

Yumiko Hotta Produce Januray 4, 2009 (afternoon)
Shinjuku FACE
Yumiko Hotta's 25th Year of Wrestling


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Sachie Abe with the Texas Cloverleaf.
2. AJW Minis Wrestling: Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddaman with a High Speed Count.
3. Strongest Heel Costume Play Match: "Dump Matsumoto" (Sasori) & "Bull Nakano" (Kaoru Ito) defeated "Akira Hokuto" (Yumiko Hotta) & "Yumiko Hotta" (Miho Wakizawa) when "Nakano" used a Diving Guillotine Drop on "Hokuto".
4. Takako Inoue & Kaoru Ito defeated Ayako Sato & Natsuki*Taiyo when Ito used a Diving Foot Stomp on Sato.
5. Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda defeated Kana & Arisa Nakajima by 2 falls to 1. Toyota defeated Nakajima with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold. Kana defeated Shimoda with the Billiken. Shimoda defeated Kana with a Cradle.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Yumiko Hotta with a Lariat.

I saw 4-6 (was having lunch with Tajiri previous). Good show and the main event was actually quite excellent. Felt like classic Joshi. Takako is even more beautiful in person (ditto Arisa).

I don't think Hotta is retiring. They didn't do the somber bell salute thing after the main event.

http://photos.johnhyperion.com/v/wrestling/hotto-anniversary/

(http://photos.johnhyperion.com/d/1328-1/DSCN1055_1024x768.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Osito on January 13, 2009, 02:45:22 PM
Here are results from the Yumiko Hotta show.  Look who jobbed TWICE.

A few backstage photos from Takako's blog: http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html (http://ameblo.jp/takaco-i/entry-10187762750.html)

Yumiko Hotta Produce Januray 4, 2009 (afternoon)
Shinjuku FACE
Yumiko Hotta's 25th Year of Wrestling


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Sachie Abe with the Texas Cloverleaf.
2. AJW Minis Wrestling: Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddaman with a High Speed Count.
3. Strongest Heel Costume Play Match: "Dump Matsumoto" (Sasori) & "Bull Nakano" (Kaoru Ito) defeated "Akira Hokuto" (Yumiko Hotta) & "Yumiko Hotta" (Miho Wakizawa) when "Nakano" used a Diving Guillotine Drop on "Hokuto".
4. Takako Inoue & Kaoru Ito defeated Ayako Sato & Natsuki*Taiyo when Ito used a Diving Foot Stomp on Sato.
5. Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda defeated Kana & Arisa Nakajima by 2 falls to 1. Toyota defeated Nakajima with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold. Kana defeated Shimoda with the Billiken. Shimoda defeated Kana with a Cradle.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Yumiko Hotta with a Lariat.

I saw 4-6 (was having lunch with Tajiri previous). Good show and the main event was actually quite excellent. Felt like classic Joshi. Takako is even more beautiful in person (ditto Arisa).

I don't think Hotta is retiring. They didn't do the somber bell salute thing after the main event.

http://photos.johnhyperion.com/v/wrestling/hotto-anniversary/

(http://photos.johnhyperion.com/d/1328-1/DSCN1055_1024x768.JPG)

Hotta´s not going to retire, it was a 25 year anniversary show. Hotta is booked for other shows in the future.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 15, 2009, 03:10:09 PM
Ice Ribbon
Ichigaya icebox 14/01/09


Emi Sakura bt Miyako Miyachi in 5:03
Makato bt Akari Haruna in 5:03
Aoi Kazuki bt Hikari Shida in 9:59
Fujimoto Tsukasa & Kuga Shouko bt Ueda Mare & Miyako Matsumoto in 8:19

Bit of a limp card, the 18th Jan one looks better with plenty of NEO guest stars due plus a defence for Seina's ICEx60 title.

Oh yeah, Fuuka & Riho team up in a tag match... sure win!  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on January 16, 2009, 07:33:34 PM

(http://photos.johnhyperion.com/d/1328-1/DSCN1055_1024x768.JPG)

is that amazing kong in the background?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on January 16, 2009, 09:36:07 PM

(http://photos.johnhyperion.com/d/1328-1/DSCN1055_1024x768.JPG)

is that amazing kong in the background?

yes that sure is
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 17, 2009, 08:03:31 PM
MAKEHEN January 17, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
150 Fans


4. DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko, & Ryo Mizunami defeated Mio Shirai, Io Shirai, & Mikado (10:17) when Sachiko used a German Suplex Hold on Mio.

Sendai Sachiko gets revenge for her loss to Io at Sendai's November show (part of the 5-on-5 elimination series) and dropping a fall to Mio at MAKEHEN's November show.  This will help set Sachiko up for her junior title shot at the next Ibuki show, although I can't see her beating Hiroyo Matsumoto.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on January 18, 2009, 04:14:35 AM
Hopefully Sachiko gets to dedicate one of her nasty ass Germans to her fallen comrade.  Can't see Hiroyo counting the lights for her but it could be a pretty good match.  If Sachiko can have a nice ten minute match with Io, that wasnt just about spots, then she should be able to have one with Hiroyo no question.  Pity we probably won't see it  *gloom
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 19, 2009, 02:42:39 AM
Ice Ribbon 18/01/09
Kitazawa town hall, 257 spectators


Tanny Mouse bt Miyako Matsumoto in 6:21
Kazuki Shimouma & Hamuko Hoshi bt Ice Minami & Akagi Haruna in 10:15
Yoshiko Tamura & Ueda Mare bt Minori Makiba & Miyako Miyachi in 13:28
Hiroyo Matsumoto bt Kuga Shouko in 7:08
Emi Sakura & Aika Ando bt Fuuka & Riho in 11:51
Kiyoko Ichiki bt Seina to win the ICEx60 title in 7:10
Aoi Kizuki & Makato bt Fujimoto Tsukasa & Hikari Shida in 12:30

So Seina falls on her first defence, rather odd booking
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on January 19, 2009, 03:36:51 AM
Huh, wait when did Ichiki come back to wrestling? And has she joined Ice Ribbon?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 19, 2009, 06:08:42 AM
Ice Ribbon 18/01/09
Kitazawa town hall, 257 spectators


Tanny Mouse bt Miyako Matsumoto in 6:21
Kazuki Shimouma & Hamuko Hoshi bt Ice Minami & Akagi Haruna in 10:15
Yoshiko Tamura & Ueda Mare bt Minori Makiba & Miyako Miyachi in 13:28
Hiroyo Matsumoto bt Kuga Shouko in 7:08
Emi Sakura & Aika Ando bt Fuuka & Riho in 11:51
Kiyoko Ichiki bt Seina to win the ICEx60 title in 7:10
Aoi Kizuki & Makato bt Fujimoto Tsukasa & Hikari Shida in 12:30

So Seina falls on her first defence, rather odd booking

Yeah, I mean she jobs all throughout her title reign, and then suddenly drops the title on her first defense?....either she's wanting to retire, or Emi has no idea how to give any credibility to a title.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on January 19, 2009, 09:53:58 AM
...or Emi has no idea how to give any credibility to a title.
Maybe she should consult with you before booking her next show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 19, 2009, 05:18:22 PM
...or Emi has no idea how to give any credibility to a title.
Maybe she should consult with you before booking her next show.

Sarcasm, that's original.

Anyway, yes poor choice of words. I meant I don't understand why she isn't trying to build credibility for the belt.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 19, 2009, 05:57:27 PM
...or Emi has no idea how to give any credibility to a title.
Maybe she should consult with you before booking her next show.

Sarcasm, that's original.

Anyway, yes poor choice of words. I meant I don't understand why she isn't trying to build credibility for the belt.

Actually, Kiyoko Ichiki has been around for over 10 years, working places like IWA and BJW and free-lancing.  Yes, she's been on the fringes of the business, but she really should be able to easily beat a skinny 14 year old.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 19, 2009, 06:28:04 PM
...or Emi has no idea how to give any credibility to a title.
Maybe she should consult with you before booking her next show.

Sarcasm, that's original.

Anyway, yes poor choice of words. I meant I don't understand why she isn't trying to build credibility for the belt.

Actually, Kiyoko Ichiki has been around for over 10 years, working places like IWA and BJW and free-lancing.  Yes, she's been on the fringes of the business, but she really should be able to easily beat a skinny 14 year old.

Well the promotion is for little girls, so shouldn't it be defended amongst little girls?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: DANgerous K on January 20, 2009, 07:37:56 AM
I think one promotion where people shouldn't really worry too much about how their belts are booked is probably Ice Ribbon. I mean it's basically just a wrestling club where girls (and guest men heh) can do it like a Hobby and it's obviously not serious.  Yeah, the girls do get on the 'proper' shows but they are usually just in the comedy match spot on the card, or they go on to do it as a career like Aoi. 

Anyway, I think the story here was that Seina won the Icex60 and then as champ couldn't handle the pressure of being a sudden target that everyone wants to try harder against.  That makes the belt look like a worthy prize if you think about it.  She should have a confidence boosting run of wins and eventually win the title back and then have a decent little reign.  I think thats a good story myself.   
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 20, 2009, 08:42:38 AM
indeed you may be onto something there
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 25, 2009, 10:53:04 AM
ZERO1 January 23, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


2. Chick Fights SUN ~ Final Countdown for SMILE Part 2: Hikaru & Mio Shirai defeated Saki Maemura & Io Shirai (14:01) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Io.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" January 24, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
52 Fans


2. Kunio Toshima & Mr.X defeated Boso Boy Raito & Yuu Yamagata (10:10) when Toshima used a Dropkick on Raito
3. TAKA Michinoku, JOE & YOSHIYA defeated Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi & Bambi (17:58) when JOE used the Handsome Lock on Bambi

OSAKA PRO January 24, 2009
Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
170 Fans


4. Command Bolshoi, Arisa Nakajima, & Kuishinbo Kamen vs Miracle Man, Takaku Fuke, & Kanjuro
Matsuyama (14:17) when Kamen used a Schoolboy on Matsuyama

ZERO1 January 25, 2009
Fukuyama Big Rose


2. Minoru Fujita & Saki Maemura defeated Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (15:42) when Maemura used
the Never Give Up on Hikaru.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 26, 2009, 04:27:48 AM
Ice Ribbon
ISAMIRESSURU arena 25/01/09 first show
55 fans

Kiyoko Ichiki bt Miyako Matsumoto in 4:18 (ICEx60 title match)
Aoi Kizuki & Riho bt Makato & Miyako Miyachi in 8:52
Seina bt Fujimoto Tsukasa in 6:50
Sato Maru (?) bt Dimension Yamada in 7:38
Kazumi Shimouna & Hamuko Hoshi bt Nanae Takahashi & Hikari Shida in 14:13

Seina begins her comeback and maybe march to an ICEx60 rematch? Last match is well left field.

2nd show 72 fans

Kazumi Shimouna bt Miyako Miyachi in 5:18
Miyamoto Hiroshi & Shimizu Moto bt Ribbon Takahashi & Sato Maru in 12:54
Makato bt Ice Minami in 7:30
Aoi Kizuki & Hamuko Hoshi bt Nanae Takahashi & Hikari Shida in 14:31

Haven't a clue who is in the 2nd match, think it might be people pretending to be other wrestlers. 2 losses for the head of Passion Red in 1 night. Cool.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 26, 2009, 08:19:09 AM
Ice Ribbon
ISAMIRESSURU arena 25/01/09 first show
55 fans

Kiyoko Ichiki bt Miyako Matsumoto in 4:18 (ICEx60 title match)
Aoi Kizuki & Riho bt Makato & Miyako Miyachi in 8:52
Seina bt Fujimoto Tsukasa in 6:50
Sato Maru (?) bt Dimension Yamada in 7:38
Kazumi Shimouna & Hamuko Hoshi bt Nanae Takahashi & Hikari Shida in 14:13

Seina begins her comeback and maybe march to an ICEx60 rematch? Last match is well left field.

2nd show 72 fans

Kazumi Shimouna bt Miyako Miyachi in 5:18
Miyamoto Hiroshi & Shimizu Moto bt Ribbon Takahashi & Sato Maru in 12:54
Makato bt Ice Minami in 7:30
Aoi Kizuki & Hamuko Hoshi bt Nanae Takahashi & Hikari Shida in 14:31

Haven't a clue who is in the 2nd match, think it might be people pretending to be other wrestlers. 2 losses for the head of Passion Red in 1 night. Cool.

I can't imagine Nanae actually took the pinfall in either match. Still weird.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 26, 2009, 10:55:26 AM
She didn't, Hikari did the job twice. Very strange but then again the unpredictability of Ice Ribbon is half of it's appeal.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on January 30, 2009, 04:48:01 PM
Ice Ribbon 36
Ice Ribbon exercise hall, 30/01/09
76 fans

Makato bt Miyako Miyachi in 7:35
Lingerie Muto & Shouta bt Hiroshi Miyamoko & Super Aoki in 10:34
Apple Miyuki bt Aoi Kizuki in 6:35
Kaori Haruyama & Fujimoto Tsukasa bt Hoshi Hamuko & Hikara Shida in 18:03
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 01, 2009, 07:00:14 AM
Odds and ends for the last week.  I'm still trying to find K-DOJO results to see if the Great Sasuke lost and became Bambi's servant  *haha

RIKI SENSYU OFFICE January 25, 2009
Osaka World Hall


3. Sasori defeated Ranmaru (12:20) with the Scorpion Clamp.

DRADITON January 29, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
550 Fans


3. Apple Miyuki & Otoko Sakari defeated Kana & Kikutaro (15:18) when Miyuki used a German Suplex Hold on Kikutaro.

ZERO1 "ZERO1 WRESTLER´S INCEPTION 2009" January 29, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st RING


2. 3 Way Match: Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru & Ayumi Kurihara (8:57) with a Jackknife Hold on Hikaru.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2009" January 29, 2009
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2002 Fans


2. (^o^)/Chie & KG defeated Monster C & KIDATA Low 2009 (7:07) when KG used a Shin Seijin Clutch on KIDATA.

ZERO1 February 1, 2009
Sendai Harbor International Business Center "Accelerator"


1. Hikaru defeated Saki Maemura (12:10) with the Lanakila-H.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on February 01, 2009, 07:06:47 AM
4. Bambi beat The Great Sasuke (7:02) by TKO
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 01, 2009, 02:16:31 PM
4. Bambi beat The Great Sasuke (7:02) by TKO

LMFAO. OMG, she's been pinning him left and right. I fucking love it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on February 02, 2009, 07:42:01 PM
Bambi owns Sasuke! *clap x4 (repeatedly)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 04, 2009, 02:06:09 PM
VADER TIME February 1, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
420 Fans


2. Aki Shizuku (?) & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Mikado & Mio Shirai (12:34) when Shizuku used an Udegatame on Mikado.
3. Hailey Hatred defeated Io Shirai (6:27) with a Powerbomb.

VADER TIME February 3, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
450 Fans


2. Mikado & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Aki Shizuku & Mio Shirai (8:25) when Mikado used the Bakushoku on Shizuku.
3. Fuuka, Shu Shibutani, & Apple Miyuki defeated Io Shirai, Arisa Nakajima, & Kana (8:20) when Fuuka used a Jumping High Kick on Io.
5. Hailey Hatred defeated Ayumi Kuriahara (8:58) with a Fisherman's Buster.

JEWELS 2 (MMA) February 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
588 Fans


x. Saori Ishioka defeated Hanako Kobayashi (2:20 R1) by TKO due to the three knockdown rule.
x. Super Benkei defeated Chihiro Oikawa (2:30 R2) by submission with a Cross Armbreaker.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 04, 2009, 02:45:16 PM
I knew Kurihara didn't have much of a chance, but I didn't expect her to lose that quickly.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: windscorpion on February 05, 2009, 02:26:55 AM
Ice Ribbon 38
Ice Ribbon dojo 01/02/09
61 fans

Aoi Kizuki bt Miyako Miyachi in 6:25
Tanny Mouse bt Minori Makiba in 6:30
Ore Yusato bt Ryu Chokumo in 7:07
Kazumi Shimouna & Hoshi Hamuko bt Kaori Haruyama & Makato in 16:16

Ice Ribbon 39
Ice Ribbon dojo 03/02/09
56 fans

Yoshiko Tamura bt Hoshi Hamuko in 8:32
Tanny Mouse bt Masako Takanashi in 5:50
Sawa Suki bt Ore Yusato in 748
Aoi Kizuki & Makato bt Nanae Takanashi & Miyako Miyachi in 18:54
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on February 05, 2009, 08:27:00 PM
VADER TIME February 1, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
420 Fans


2. Aki Shizuku (?) & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Mikado & Mio Shirai (12:34) when Shizuku used an Udegatame on Mikado.
3. Hailey Hatred defeated Io Shirai (6:27) with a Powerbomb.

VADER TIME February 3, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
450 Fans


2. Mikado & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Aki Shizuku & Mio Shirai (8:25) when Mikado used the Bakushoku on Shizuku.
3. Fuuka, Shu Shibutani, & Apple Miyuki defeated Io Shirai, Arisa Nakajima, & Kana (8:20) when Fuuka used a Jumping High Kick on Io.
5. Hailey Hatred defeated Ayumi Kuriahara (8:58) with a Fisherman's Buster.

JEWELS 2 (MMA) February 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
588 Fans


x. Saori Ishioka defeated Hanako Kobayashi (2:20 R1) by TKO due to the three knockdown rule.
x. Super Benkei defeated Chihiro Oikawa (2:30 R2) by submission with a Cross Armbreaker.
Shizuku is a wrestler who was on the Keio University Wrestling Team. Keio is said to be very prestigous. She is brand new to wrestling.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 06, 2009, 07:11:49 AM
VADER TIME February 1, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
420 Fans


2. Aki Shizuku (?) & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Mikado & Mio Shirai (12:34) when Shizuku used an Udegatame on Mikado.
3. Hailey Hatred defeated Io Shirai (6:27) with a Powerbomb.

VADER TIME February 3, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
450 Fans


2. Mikado & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Aki Shizuku & Mio Shirai (8:25) when Mikado used the Bakushoku on Shizuku.
3. Fuuka, Shu Shibutani, & Apple Miyuki defeated Io Shirai, Arisa Nakajima, & Kana (8:20) when Fuuka used a Jumping High Kick on Io.
5. Hailey Hatred defeated Ayumi Kuriahara (8:58) with a Fisherman's Buster.

JEWELS 2 (MMA) February 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
588 Fans


x. Saori Ishioka defeated Hanako Kobayashi (2:20 R1) by TKO due to the three knockdown rule.
x. Super Benkei defeated Chihiro Oikawa (2:30 R2) by submission with a Cross Armbreaker.
Shizuku is a wrestler who was on the Keio University Wrestling Team. Keio is said to be very prestigous. She is brand new to wrestling.

Thanks for the info.  She must have a good amateur pedigree to win in what I think was her debut.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 08, 2009, 07:17:57 AM
ZERO1 February 7, 2009
Chiba Port Arena Sub Arena


2. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (12:41) with the Never Give Up.

ZERO1 February 8, 2009
Ashikaga Citizen Plaza Small Arena


3. WDB Tag Team Title: Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (c) defeated Great Sasuke & Saki Maemura (14:28) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Maemura.  Namiguchi & Hikaru are successful in the 4th defense.

The big question is can Hikaru defend this title 6 more times in 2+ months and win that palace in Dubai  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 15, 2009, 08:40:25 AM
K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" February 7, 2009
Chiba Bluefield
91 Fans


2. HARASHIMA & Yuu Yamagata defeated KAZMA & Bambi (13:10) when HARASHIMA used a Crab

Hold on Bambi

ASAGAYA PRO February 10, 2009
Asagaya Loft A
50 Fans


x. Four Way Match: Seishi Takeda defeated Apple Miyuki, Tadashi Sano, & Hoshino Kankuro (6:22) with an Ankle Hold on Miyuki.
x. Kyoko Kimura defeated Aoi Kizuki (6:42) with the Big Boot.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" February 14, 2009
Chiba Bluefield
91 Fans


1. KAZMA & Bambi defeated Mr.X & Yuu Yamagata (10:20) when KAZMA used a Corner Splash on Yamagata


ZERO1 "WRESTLER's BELIEF '09" February 14, 2009
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium #2
(www.purolove.com)

4. SUN Final Countdown for SMILE Osaka Last Match: Hikaru & Io Shirai defeated Saki Maemura & Mio Shirai (13:11) when Hikaru used the Towerhacker on Maemura.

OSAKA PRO "OSAKA HURRICANE 2009" February 15, 2009
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
5082 Fans
(from www.purolove.com)

3. Dump Matsumoto, Kuishinbo Kamen, Ebessan III, & Ranmaru defeated Takaku Fuke, Miracle Man, Stalker Ichikawa, & Kanjuro Matsuyama (12:13) when Matsumoto used a Diving Body Press on Ichikawa.

ITO DOJO "FEELING-CHAPTER 12" February 15, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Hanako Kobayashi vs Ayako Sato (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Manami Toyota & Ray defeated Aki Kanbayashi & Hanako Kobayashi (15:04) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Kobayashi.
3. Eiger defeated Miho Wakizawa (10:38) with a Lariat.
4. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Ayako Sato & Ayumi Kurihara (25:01) when Hotta used the Pyramid Driver on Sato.
5. Kaoru Ito defeated Ayako Hamada (23:04) with a Diving Foot Stamp.

Not sure I agree with THE Ayako losing to fat ole' mullet lady, but it looks like they are doing a big Ito-Hamada feud that might culminate at Ito's 20th anniversary show later this year.  I read somewhere that supposedly Ayako was only going to wrestle in Mexico if she lost, but I don't believe that.  Also, I guess Miho is making at least a limited comeback, and THE other Ayako and Hanako still lose.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 15, 2009, 12:43:40 PM
Biker friendly pinned Ayako....hmmmmm...dang, Ayako's been counting the lights for washed up fat lesbians a lot recently.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 16, 2009, 02:47:38 PM
BATTLARTS February 15, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010


2. B-Rules: Kana defeated Chihiro Oikawa (12:14) with a Spider Armlock.

UNION "VALENTINE KISS" February 15, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010


1. What Is the Average Age of People Getting Married For the First Time In Japan? 28-Years-Old: Cherry & Masa-ko Takanashi defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (11:58) when Cherry used the Fruit Basket (?) on Ohata.

Possibly the best title for a match in puro history.  I have no idea what Cherry's finisher was.  It's フルーツバスケット, from http://union.ne07.jp/vm/game-sec_2510.html

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 21, 2009, 08:17:09 AM
MAKEHEN 24 February 20, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
140 Fans


1. Io Shirai & Tojuki Leon defeated Mio Shirai & Mikado (10:15) when Io used a Cradle on Mikado.

I had it wrong in the Okuda thread, as the Shirai sisters were against each other.  The big news from the joshi side of things at this show was Shuri "Tyrannosaurus" Okuda joining Team MAKEHEN.  I saw somewhere that either March or April is her expected debut.  MAKEHEN had a partial card out for the March show, but none of the girls were listed yet, so it might depend on whether Okuda's back to ring fitness by then.  I still think her joining MAKEHEN is either a dumb decision or a weird angle.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on February 21, 2009, 11:47:59 AM
Shirai Sisters get booked everywhere, I can see why she would consider them.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 22, 2009, 06:20:17 AM
Fuuka's pair of shows for her anniversary.  Riho>>Bullfight Sora>>Small Antonio Inoki.  Sarah Stock didn't fly over to lose, and she didn't.  Fuuka gets the win over Matsuo in the first main, then drops a pin to Kimura in Round 1 of the second main, as it appears Round 2 (the B-Rules portion with submissions/knockouts only) went to a tie.  My translation of that part is a bit rough and I may need to fix it later.

Here's a Japanese story on the first show (maybe one with the second half will follow later?): http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20090222-00000026-spnavi-fight (http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20090222-00000026-spnavi-fight)

FUUKA MATSURI 7 "FUUKA's 5th ANNIVERSARY PART 1" February 22, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Shu Shibutani defeated Misaki Ohata (11:35) with a German Suplex.
2. Fuuka Kidd & Riho defeated Sakura Emi & Bullfight Sora (10:15) when Riho used a Cradle on Sora.
3. "Dark Angel" Sarah Stock defeated Ray (9:56) with the Tiger Driver.
4. Fuuka & Nanae Takahashi defeated Yoshiko Tamura & Haruka Matsuo (19:51) when Fuuka used the F-Doll on Matsuo.

FUUKA MATSURI 8 "FUUKA's 5th ANNIVERSARY PART 2" February 22, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Mio Shirai & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Io Shirai & Aoi Kizuki when Mio used the Purple Flash on Io.
2. Bullfight Sora defeated Small Antonio Inoki.
3. "Dark Angel" Sarah Stock & Azumi Hyuga defeated Tojuki Leon & Fuuka Kid when Stock used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Kid.
4. Two Rounds (Round 1: Pinfall, Round 2: Submission/KO Only): Kyoko Kimura defeated Fuuka 1-0. Round 1: Kimura used the Big Boot on Fuuka. Round 2: Time Limit Draw (10:00). Extension: Time Limit Draw (10:00).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on February 22, 2009, 07:48:21 AM
Fuka/Kimura was indeed a draw. There was no blood in it.

Dark Angel's first match with Ray wasn't that great because Ray couldn't follow Angel's moves.  The tag match with Dark Angel was much better though.

Mio & Natsuki vs Io & Aoi was said to be good, with Mio winning with the Shisenko(jumping High kick).

Ohata vs Shibu wasn't very good either, as Ohata couldn't move. The staff was teasing Ohata before the show, telling her she wasn't good looking in her photobook she was selling.

Fuka, Rica(ring announcer), and the Shirai's, collectively known as Panic Power, sang a song and danced.

Also, the Fuka tag against Matsuo was said to be an excellent match.

The show had a full house record.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on February 22, 2009, 09:43:13 AM
Fuka, Rica(ring announcer), and the Shirai's, collectively known as Panic Power, sang a song and danced.
Is Rica picture here (middle, front)? Were they also known as the Fuuka Rangers?

(http://www.bumplust.com/album/albums/userpics/10001/0101.jpg)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 22, 2009, 01:35:14 PM
*murders those teasing Ohata*

What do you mean she couldn't move?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on February 22, 2009, 04:28:14 PM
*murders those teasing Ohata*

What do you mean she couldn't move?
I'm just relaying what my friend said. I think he may mean she was sloppy.

I don't know about Rica or the Fuka Rangers unfortunately.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 22, 2009, 05:26:35 PM
*murders those teasing Ohata*

What do you mean she couldn't move?
I'm just relaying what my friend said. I think he may mean she was sloppy.

I don't know about Rica or the Fuka Rangers unfortunately.

Ah, that makes sense. She can at times be a little bit sloppy. Plus I'm sure she had a hard time taking some of Shu's offense considering the size difference. Did she pull out any new submission moves?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 23, 2009, 03:33:09 AM
Re-post to clean up some finishers & results.  Fuuka & Kimura did tie in the main event, as Fuuka won the B-Rules round and then they tied in the bonus round.

I also tacked on the K-DOJO and HUSTLE results (courtesy of www.purolove.com)

FUUKA MATSURI 7 "FUUKA's 5th ANNIVERSARY PART 1" February 22, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
300 Fans


1. Shu Shibutani defeated Misaki Ohata (11:35) with a German Suplex.
2. Fuuka Kidd & Riho defeated Sakura Emi & Bullfight Sora (10:15) when Riho used the Cream Puff on Sora.
3. "Dark Angel" Sarah Stock defeated Ray (9:56) with the Tiger Driver.
4. Fuuka & Nanae Takahashi defeated Yoshiko Tamura & Haruka Matsuo (19:51) when Fuuka used the F-Doll on Matsuo.

FUUKA MATSURI 8 "FUUKA's 5th ANNIVERSARY PART 2" February 22, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
300 Fans


1. Mio Shirai & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Io Shirai & Aoi Kizuki (10:35) when Mio used the Purple Flash on Io.
2. Bullfight Sora defeated Small Antonio Inoki (10:23) with a Small Package.
3. "Dark Angel" Sarah Stock & Azumi Hyuga defeated Tojuki Leon & Fuuka Kid (11:48) when Stock used the Shadow Chaser on Kid.
4. Two Rounds (Round 1: Pinfall, Round 2: Submission/KO Only): Fuuka vs Kyoko Kimura Tied 1-1. Round 1: Kimura used the Big Boot on Fuuka (6:46). Round 2: Fuuka used a Cross Armbreaker on Kimura (2:45). Extension: Time Limit Draw (10:00).

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2009" February 19, 2009
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1910 Fans


1. KIDATA Low 2009 & Akamamushi Sandayu defeated (^o^)/ Chie & KG (8:08) when KIDATA used the Falcontaro on KG.

HUSTLE "HUSTLE TOUR 2009" February 22, 2009
Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Center
2522 Fans


2. (^o^)/ Chie defeated KG (4:13) with the Torture Crab Hold.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000" February 21, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
91 Fans


1. KAZMA & Bambi defeated Taishi Takizawa & Yuu Yamagata (12:43) when KAZMA used the Somato on Yamagata.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 27, 2009, 07:17:54 AM
Some SUN/ZERO1 results courtesy of Sternness and www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)

Hikaru dislocated her elbow at the OZ show last weekend (the poor girl is always getting hurt at the worst possible time), so the mixed tag title defense was essentially a handicap match, as I don't think Hikaru tagged in.  Hikaru was pulled from the next night's tag and replaced with Io Shirai.  I guess the plan is to make sure she'll be able to appear at the retirement show in April.


ZERO1 "ZERO1 WRESTLER´S BELIEF 2009" February 26, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st RING


2. WDB Tag Team Title: Minoru Fujita & Saki Maemura defeated Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (12:55) when Fujita used a Modified Inside Cradle on Namiguchi. Namiguchi & Hikaru fail in the 5th defense and Fujita & Maemura become the 3rd (???) champions.

ZERO1 "ZERO1 WRESTLER´S BELIEF 2009" February 27, 2009
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


3. SUN Final Countdown for Happiness: Saki Maemura & Haruka Matsuo defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (9:46) when Maemura used a Hanamaru Dokkan on Mio.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 01, 2009, 03:28:51 PM
GUTS WORLD February 27, 2009
Nagoya Sportiva Arena (?)
46 Fans


1. Daisuke & Apple Miyuki defeated The Shooter & Freddy Crew Cut (8:15) when Daisuke used a German Suplex Hold on Freddy.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER again" February 28, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
127 Fans


2. Boso Boy Raito, Boso Boy Left, & Yuu Yamagata defeated Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi, & Bambi (9:53) when Boso Boy Left used the Left Future Blast on Oishi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 12, 2009, 06:46:00 PM
I got 'em from www.purolove.com!

ZERO1 March 10, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


3. WDB Mixed Tag Team Championship: Saki Maemura & Minoru Fujita (c) defeated noki-A & Men's noki-A (16:14) when Fujita used a Modified Inside Cradle on Men's noki-A. Maemura & Fujita are successful in the 1st defense.

ZERO1 March 11, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Saki Maemura defeated Ayumi Kurihara (10:12) with the Never Give Up!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on March 13, 2009, 09:20:24 PM

ZERO1 "ZERO1 WRESTLER´S BELIEF 2009" February 26, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st RING


2. WDB Tag Team Title: Minoru Fujita & Saki Maemura defeated Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (12:55) when Fujita used a Modified Inside Cradle on Namiguchi. Namiguchi & Hikaru fail in the 5th defense and Fujita & Maemura become the 3rd (???) champions.


Yea the first were Toshie Uematsu and Steve Corino
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 16, 2009, 06:03:08 AM
Results from www.purolove.com

K-DOJO March 14, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
58 Fans


2. Daigoro Kashiwa & Randy Takuya defeated KAZMA & Bambi (10:40) when Kashiwa used the Mapputatsu on Bambi.
4. Yuji Hino, Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi & Saburo Inematsu defeated Taishi Takizawa, Hiro Tonai, Quiet Storm & Yuu Yamagata (12:23) when Oishi used the Fisherman Buster Cutback -> Small Package Hold on Storm.

K-DOJO March 15, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
142 Fans


3. Surround Force: Saburo Inematsu defeated Hardcore Kid Kojiro with a Death Valley Bomb (8:02). Others: YOSHIYA, PSYCHO, Mr. X, Yuu Yamagata, Kaji Yamato & Bambi.

ZERO1 March 15, 2009
Korakuen Hall


1. Toshie Uematsu defeated Saki Maemura (12:15) with a Horizontal Cradle.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 22, 2009, 10:09:52 AM
TAKEMURA AID March 18, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
250 Fans


2. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Haruka Matsuo & Apple Miyuki (14:14) when Uematsu used the High Angle Uematsu on Miyuki.
4. Minoru Suzuki & AKINO defeated Mecha Mummy & Woman Mecha Mummy (14:17) when Suzuki used a Gotch-Style Piledriver on Mecha Mummy.


ZERO1 March 20, 2009
Nagoya Sports Center


3. WDB Mixed Tag Team Title: Minoru Fujita & Saki Maemura defeated Osamu Namiguchi & Hikaru (12:48) when Maemura used a Cradle on Hikaru. Fujita & Maemura are successful in the 2nd defense.

LUCHA FIESTA 2009 March 20, 2009
Zepp Tokyo
1200 Fans


3. Mima Shimoda & Otokosakari vs Yumiko Hotta & Maximo (11:02) went to a draw due to a double pinfall.

K-DOJO March 21, 2009
49 Fans


2. Taishi Takizawa, Hiro Tonai & Ryuichi Sekine defeated Makoto Oishi, Saburo Inematsu & Bambi (13:07) when Tonai used the Hiro Clutch on Bambi.
5. TAKA Michinoku, JOE & YOSHIYA defeated Kengo Mashimo, Boso Boy Raito & Yuu Yamagata (19:19) when TAKA used a Facelock on Raito.


Thanks to www.purolove.com for the results!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 28, 2009, 05:03:24 AM
NEW KOREA March 21, 2009
Seoul Olympic Park Fencing Ground


X. Fuuka defeated Ji-Hye Kim & KAZUKI (10:25) with a High Kick on Kim.

Kim is some Korean actress, I think.  This match is on Youtube.  Kim knows a few ~MOVEZ!, but is clueless and the match was bad.  Fuuka was actually pretty decent trying to save it.  I have no idea why KAZUKI was there.

K-DOJO/Omega Produce March 24, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
239 Fans


1. Boso Boy Raito, Boso Boy Left & Yuu Yamagata defeated Taishi Takizawa, Hiro Tonai & Ryuichi Sekine (10:44) when Raito used the
Lightning Spike on Sekine.
4. TAKA Michinoku defeated Bambi (6:05) with the Just Facelock.

HUSTLE March 25, 2009
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2012 Fans


2. KG defeated (^o^)/ Chie (3:41) with the Cyclone KG.

I read that Chie might be retiring.

MAKEHEN 25 March 27, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
200 Fans


2.  MAKEHEN vs WAVE: Yumi Ohka, Shu Shibutani, & Moeka Haruhi defeated Mio Shirai, Io Shirai & Mikado (14:42) when Shibutani used a Jackknife Hold on Mikado.

Shu gets a win after the shock loss to Moeka in the WAVE tag tournament.  I wonder if the Shirais are going to win their semifinal?  I have a feeling yes and they might just win the thing, now that Shu & Ayumi are out.  Also, Okuda was there and announced her return is at April's MAKEHEN show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 28, 2009, 07:52:35 AM
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I have no idea why KAZUKI was there.
paycheck

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 28, 2009, 08:09:28 AM
Quote
I have no idea why KAZUKI was there.
paycheck



Let me rephrase that question: I have no idea why these promoters chose to book KAZUKI for this match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on March 28, 2009, 08:00:52 PM
Kim is a Korean TV actress. She was shooting in the match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 29, 2009, 07:06:53 AM
I always nip K-DOJO and Z1 results from www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)!

K-DOJO March 28, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
78 Fans


2. Saburo Inematsu & Bambi defeated YOSHIMA & Yuu Yamagata (10:34) when Inematsu used a Chair Attack on Yamagata.

ZERO1 March 28, 2009
Kameido Sun Street


2. Saki Maemura & Io Shirai defeated Hikaru & Mio Shirai when Io used a Moonsault Press on Mio.

ZERO1 "YASUKUNI SHRINE FESTIVAL" March 29, 2009
Tokyo Yasukumi Shrine Sumo Wrestling Place


2. Chick FIGHTS SUN Match: Hikaru & Io Shirai defeated Saki Maemura & Mio Shirai (11:52) when Hikaru used the Lanakila-H on Maemura.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 30, 2009, 06:19:22 AM
She was shooting in the match.
How can you tell? She was clearly uncooperative or unable to communicate. But I didn't really see it as her trying to end the match with a legit KO or submission.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 30, 2009, 06:31:29 AM
She was shooting in the match.
How can you tell? She was clearly uncooperative or unable to communicate. But I didn't really see it as her trying to end the match with a legit KO or submission.

I agree with HEN.  It came across to me as nothing more than a poorly trained rookie who isn't a native Japanese speaker turning a three-way match into a complete mess.  It should have either been a singles match or they should have made it a tag and given Kim a veteran as a partner.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 05, 2009, 05:18:10 AM
MOEBIUS April 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Ito Dojo Offer Match: Ayako Hamada defeated Ayako Sato (11:13) with the AP Cross.

K-DOJO April 4, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
83 Fans

2. PSYCHO & Mr. X defeated Quiet Storm & Yuu Yamagata (9:47) when PSYCHO used the High Fly Bomb on Yamagata
3. Taishi Takizawa, Hiro Tonai, YOSHIYA & Hardcore Kid Kojiro defeated Saburo Inematsu, Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi & Bambi (10:49) when Kojiro used a Frankensteiner on Inematsu.

ZERO1 April 4, 2009
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol


2. SUN Final Countdown for Dream: Hikaru vs Haruka Matsuo (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4. WDB Mixed Tag Team Championship: Saki Maemura & Minoru Fujita
defeated AKINO & Lingerie Muto (13:30) when Maemura used a Reverse Cradle on Muto.  Maemura & Fujita are successful in the 3rd defense.

Thanks to www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on April 05, 2009, 11:25:27 PM
1. Boso Boy Raito, Boso Boy Left & Yuu Yamagata defeated Taishi Takizawa, Hiro Tonai & Ryuichi Sekine (10:44) when Raito used the
Lightning Spike on Sekine.


what does "Boso Boy" mean in Japan? in the Philippines, it has a perverted meaning
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 12, 2009, 06:27:08 AM
A dump of miscellaneous results from the past week.

BIG JAPAN April 6, 2009
Takaoka Techno Dome
350 Fans


2. Yumi Ohka defeated Shu Shibutani (11:03) with the Neck-Hanging Bomb.
3. Chikayo Nagashima & Carlos Amano defeated Mayumi Ozaki & Bullfight Sora (16:45) when Amano used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Sora.

GREAT PRO "GREAT WORLD" April 7, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
140 Fans


2. ZIPANGU, 326, & Yuiga defeated ?, ?, & ? (8:47) when ZIPANGU used a Moonsault Press on ?.
3. Arisa Nakajima & La Malcriada defeated Apple Miyuki & Takatsuko  (9:59) when Nakajima used a Diving Foot Stomp on Takatsuko.

Yuiga still wrestles? I guess Mikado wasn't available for the role of fat girl.  Takatsuko had been billed as a debuting joshi wrestler but ended up being some lumpy guy in drag.

ASAGAYA PRO April 8, 2009
Asagaya Loft A
65 Fans


x. Spark Aoki defeated Chihiro Oikawa & Keita Yano (8:41) when Oikawa was disqualified for a weapon attack.

K-DOJO April 12, 2009
Chiba Port Arena Sub Arena
581 Fans


2. Sasuke & Bambi defeated JOE & Yuu Yamagata (6:01) when Bambi used a Standing Shining Wizard on Yamagata.

Thanks to www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 16, 2009, 04:49:42 AM
BATTLARTS April 12, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010


2. Chihiro Oikawa defeated Esui (8:30) by KO with a High Kick.

Credit to LUKIE for this find.  This is Oikawa's first win in BattlARTS and I think her first victory overall (she may have been on a winning tag team with the partner getting the fall).  http://bati.puroresufan.com/ (http://bati.puroresufan.com/)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 16, 2009, 05:23:01 AM
Who'd thunk it? I mean I know Esui's even greener than her, but with the way they've been pushing Esui I really didn't see this coming at all. Congrats!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 19, 2009, 06:25:06 AM
ITO DOJO "CHAPTER 13-FEELING" April 19, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Takako Inoue defeated Tomoko Morii with the Beauty Fist
2. Aki Kambayashi defeated Sasori with a Cradle.
3. Apple Miyuki defeated Hanako Kobayashi & Ray with a Toke Esplada (?) on Ray.
4. Yumiko Hotta defeated Ayako Sato with a Pyramid Driver.
5. Ayako Hamada & Kaoru Ito defeated Sonoko Kato & Harley Saito when Hamada used the AP Cross on Saito.
6. Kaoru Ito, Ayako Hamada, & Aki Kambayashi vs Ayako Sato, Hanako Kobayashi, & Tomoko Morii went to a time-limit draw.
7. Gran Hamada defeated Ayako Hamada with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.

This is THE Ayako's last appearance for Ito Dojo before Coming to America & TNA, although she is booked for a WAVE show and the "Yes We Can" shows at the end of this month.  The final two matches were unannounced and I guess Daddy won't let his little girl win.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 25, 2009, 03:58:51 PM
Another results dump. K-DOJO and Z1 are from www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)

K-DOJO April 18, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
62 Fans


3. Saburo Inematsu & Bambi defeated Boso Boy Raito & Kaji Yamato (10:18) when Inematsu used the 36 Hammer on Yamato.
4. Kunio Toshima, Daigoro Kashiwa & PSYCHO defeated Kengo Mashimo, Taishi Takizawa & Yuu Yamagata (10:30) when Kashiwa used a Diving Headbutt on Yamagata.


HUSTLE April 23, 2009
Korakuen Hall
2061 Fans


1. TAJIRI & KG defeated REY Ohara & Minoru Fujita (9:01) when KG pinned Ohara.

ZERO1 April 24, 2009
Hakodate Civic Gymnasium


2. Saki Maemura defeated Hikaru (9:38) with a Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold.

MAKEHEN April 25, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
240 Fans


1. Io Shirai vs Hikaru (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4. Shuri Okuda Return: Mikado & Basara (Okuda) defeated Mio Shirai & Bambi (11:07) when Basara used a German Suplex Hold on Bambi.

Wow, Okuda is out for 10 months and gets to win on her comeback-it's not too common that anyone gets to win in that situation.  I guess MAKEHEN are gonna treat her like the golden child.

I got the result from Okuda's new blog (she's posting a lot, like she did in Sendai, although most of it is teenage girl babble).  There are also photos of her new ring costume.

http://ameblo.jp/basara2009/entry-10249148706.html
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 25, 2009, 04:11:07 PM
lmao how she ever got sucked into Sendai is beyond me. Obviously shenever saw Gaea Girls or Taboo hehe.

Something tells me she and Arisa are gonna be best friends lol.

That'd be cool to see a feud with her and the SPTS vs Kanari Sisters and one of the other Sendai girls.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 30, 2009, 04:18:55 AM
Thanks to www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com) for several of these results.

FUUKA MATSURI 9 April 29, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
300 Fans


1. Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Kazumi Shimouma (11:03) with an Iguchi Bomb.
2. Three Way Match: Small Giant Baba defeated Fuuka Kid & Bullfight Sora (7:31) with a Small Package on Sora.
3. Caribbean KIM & Caribbean RAM defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (11:36) when KIM used the Caribbean Impact on Ohata.
4. Fuuka defeated Ayumi Kurihara (11:14) with the F-Doll.

ATROCIOUS ALLIANCE 8 April 29, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Miyuki Fujii (Sasori) vs Sakura Hirota went to a time-limit draw.
2. Jumbo Hori defeated Pinkie Mayuka with a Powerbomb.
3. Azumi Hyuga defeated KAORU.
4. Dump Matsumoto & Sasori defeated Toshie Uematsu & Cherry when Sasori used the Scorpion Clamp on Cherry.
5. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Yuu Yamagata & Hanako Kobayashi  when Inoue used the Destiny Hammer on Kobayashi.
6. Sasori Retirement Match: Nanae Takahashi defeated Sasori with the Nanaracka.

OSAKA PRO "10th ANNIVERSARY" April 29, 2009
Matsushita IMP Hall
909 Fans


5. Jaguar Yokota, Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru, & Ebessan defeated Kanjyuro Matsuyama, Takaku Fuke, & Miracle Man (13:45) when Yokota used an Octopus Hold on Matsuyama.

K-DOJO April 29, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
66 Fans


3. Yuji Hino & Bambi defeated Munenori Sawa & Chihiro Oikawa (13:40) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Oikawa.

HUSTLE April 29, 2009
Nagoya International Conference Hall


1. (^o^)/ Chie Retirement Match: TAJIRI defeated (^o^)/ Chie (6:23) with a Small Package Hold.
1a. TAJIRI, (^o^)/ Chie & KG defeated Commander An Jo, Blue Onigumi & REY Ohara (7:07) when Chie used a Banzai Press on Onigumi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on April 30, 2009, 06:39:28 AM
1JoshI, any attendance figures or estimates for the HUSTLE show?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 30, 2009, 09:39:32 AM
1JoshI, any attendance figures or estimates for the HUSTLE show?

2130 according to purolove

I wonder if Chie is from Nagoya-maybe that's why she retired there?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2009, 01:35:43 PM
Any particular reason Chie quit?

Yay, Yoneyama didn't job!...though Ohata did...though it's obvious she was gonna, so doesn't matter I guess.

Lol, poor Kurihara having to lose to Fuka.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 30, 2009, 06:28:52 PM
The Fuka vs. Ayumi match looks like they gave a lot for 11 minutes...

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1241092322/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20090430/200904300008-spnavi_2009043000018_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1241092323/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20090430/200904300008-spnavi_2009043000019_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1241092322/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20090430/200904300008-spnavi_2009043000015_view.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on April 30, 2009, 06:54:47 PM
Yeah the clips from the match are pretty nice. Fuuka busted out a few moves different from her usual stuff, both her and Kurihara seemed to be more on than normal.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on April 30, 2009, 07:40:15 PM
Fuka beat Kuri by high kick. After the match, Kuri wouldn't shake Fuka's hand.

Ohata also almost beat Kimura today but lost.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2009, 07:53:23 PM
Fuka beat Kuri by high kick. After the match, Kuri wouldn't shake Fuka's hand.


So many mean jokes I can think of *hee
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 01, 2009, 01:51:23 AM
Fuka beat Kuri by high kick. After the match, Kuri wouldn't shake Fuka's hand.


i don't know if kurihara was able to carry fuuka to a decent match but good thing she haven't forgotten that she's a heel by refusing a handshake
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 03, 2009, 05:41:24 AM
REVOLUCION AMANDOLA "RA BAGUS!" May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
202 Fans


1. Toroumon Offer Match: Ushigami Liger defeated MUWA (5:45) with a Lariat.
2. Aki Kanbayashi defeated Apple Miyuki (9:49) with the Marukurijabe (???).
3. GOEMON defeated Tomoka Nakagawa (13:13) with the Pedigree.
4. Emoto Triple Match, Two Count: Atsuko Emoto defeated Ayumi Kurihara (7:30) with a Vertical Fall Brainbuster.
5. Emoto Triple Match, No Pins: Atsuko Emoto vs AKINO (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
6. Emoto Triple Match, Hardcore: Aja Kong defeated Atsuko Emoto (18:00) with a Vertical Fall Brainbuster.
7. Fluorescent Lighttubes/Fans Deathmatch: Takashi Sasaki & Masashi Takeda defeated Kyoko Kimura & Yuko Miyamoto (20:05) when Sasaki used the Lighttubes-assisted Right Leg on Kimura.

The Aja-Emoto match was falls count anywhere and the pin was outside of the ring.  I haven't found any photos or details on the deathmatch.  One problem is that as long as Kimura is working with the guys, she is pretty much required to do the job.

REAL-1 May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
156 Fans


1. Real-1 Rules: Mika defeated Mikado (2:19) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.

This REAL-1 is MAKEHEN's effort to do a BattlARTS like show; Real-1 Rules are essentially B-Rules (need to win by submission or KO). I question fat goth chick Mikado as being someone with any potential to be good at this style.

MAKEHEN 27 May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
156 Fans


1. Basara defeated Io Shirai (9:26) with a German Suplex Hold.
3. Mio Shirai & Bambi vs Shu Shibutani & Aya Yuki (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.

Basara didn't join MAKEHEN to count the lights!

K-DOJO May 2, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
132 Fans


3. Daigoro Kashiwa & PSYCHO defeated Shinjitsu Nohashi & Yuu Yamagata (10:06) when PSYCHO used the Mexican Stretch on Yamagata.

PASSION RED "2PASSION" May 3, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
250 Fans


1. Kana vs Ayumi Kurihara (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Kayoko Haruyama defeated Kazumi Shimouma (12:24).
3. Yumiko Hotta & Io Shirai defeated Toshie Uematsu & Haruka Matsuo (12:45) when Matsuo used a Pyramid Driver on Matsuo.
4. Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako, & Sendai Sachiko defeated Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, & Chihiro Oikawa (20:45) when Satomura used a Death Valley Bomb on Kana.
5. NEO/NWA Pacific Championships: Emi Sakura defeated Nanae Takahashi (18:45) by Referee Stop.  Takahashi fails in the 3rd defense and Sakura becomes the 21st champion.

OMG. Emi is your double champion! I am honestly shocked.  I don't have any further details on the match or the aftermath of Nanae losing just before the NEO May History show.  I do have a link to a photo from Blog Resuner showing Emi with the belts.

http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/image-10253924429-10174979189.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/image-10253924429-10174979189.html)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 03, 2009, 06:29:09 AM
REVOLUCION AMANDOLA "RA BAGUS!" May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
202 Fans


1. Toroumon Offer Match: Ushigami Liger defeated MUWA (5:45) with a Lariat.
2. Aki Kanbayashi defeated Apple Miyuki (9:49) with the Marukurijabe (???).
3. GOEMON defeated Tomoka Nakagawa (13:13) with the Pedigree.
4. Emoto Triple Match, Two Count: Atsuko Emoto defeated Ayumi Kurihara (7:30) with a Vertical Fall Brainbuster.
5. Emoto Triple Match, No Pins: Atsuko Emoto vs AKINO (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
6. Emoto Triple Match, Hardcore: Aja Kong defeated Atsuko Emoto (18:00) with a Vertical Fall Brainbuster.
7. Fluorescent Lighttubes/Fans Deathmatch: Takashi Sasaki & Masashi Takeda defeated Kyoko Kimura & Yuko Miyamoto (20:05) when Sasaki used the Lighttubes-assisted Right Leg on Kimura.

The Aja-Emoto match was falls count anywhere and the pin was outside of the ring.  I haven't found any photos or details on the deathmatch.  One problem is that as long as Kimura is working with the guys, she is pretty much required to do the job.

REAL-1 May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
156 Fans


1. Real-1 Rules: Mika defeated Mikado (2:19) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.

This REAL-1 is MAKEHEN's effort to do a BattlARTS like show; Real-1 Rules are essentially B-Rules (need to win by submission or KO). I question fat goth chick Mikado as being someone with any potential to be good at this style.

MAKEHEN 27 May 2, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
156 Fans


1. Basara defeated Io Shirai (9:26) with a German Suplex Hold.
3. Mio Shirai & Bambi vs Shu Shibutani & Aya Yuki (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.

Basara didn't join MAKEHEN to count the lights!

K-DOJO May 2, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
132 Fans


3. Daigoro Kashiwa & PSYCHO defeated Shinjitsu Nohashi & Yuu Yamagata (10:06) when PSYCHO used the Mexican Stretch on Yamagata.

PASSION RED "2PASSION" May 3, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
250 Fans


1. Kana vs Ayumi Kurihara (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Kayoko Haruyama defeated Kazumi Shimouma (12:24).
3. Yumiko Hotta & Io Shirai defeated Toshie Uematsu & Haruka Matsuo (12:45) when Matsuo used a Pyramid Driver on Matsuo.
4. Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako, & Sendai Sachiko defeated Natsuki*Taiyo, Kana, & Chihiro Oikawa (20:45) when Satomura used a Death Valley Bomb on Kana.
5. NEO/NWA Pacific Championships: Emi Sakura defeated Nanae Takahashi (18:45) by Referee Stop.  Takahashi fails in the 3rd defense and Sakura becomes the 21st champion.

OMG. Emi is your double champion! I am honestly shocked.  I don't have any further details on the match or the aftermath of Nanae losing just before the NEO May History show.  I do have a link to a photo from Blog Resuner showing Emi with the belts.

http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/image-10253924429-10174979189.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/image-10253924429-10174979189.html)


The switch was because Nanae got knocked out and they had no other choice.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on May 03, 2009, 07:03:09 AM
The switch was because Nanae got knocked out and they had no other choice.
What's your source?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 03, 2009, 07:18:39 AM
The switch was because Nanae got knocked out and they had no other choice.
What's your source?

I think rzombie1988 has a friend in Japan who goes to a lot of these shows.  Also, they just posted in the NEO blog that Nanae suffered a concussion and was taken to the hospital.  She was fortunately negative for a fracture or internal bleeding but has been pulled from cards for the rest of the week at minimum, including the planned title defense against Yoshiko Tamura at the May History show at Korakuen Hall on Tuesday.  I guess the logical switch would be to have Emi vs Tamura (Emi is currently booked in an undercard tag match) for the title instead.  If Tamura was booked to beat Nanae, then I'd expect Emi's accidental reign to be very short. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 03, 2009, 07:30:13 AM
My source is my friend who was at the show...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 03, 2009, 07:57:05 AM
Title change is surprising and sort of sucks for NEO. Still maybe they will actually do something with Emi in NEO from now on though it is almost a certainty that she is dropping the belt to Tamura.
Quote
This REAL-1 is MAKEHEN's effort to do a BattlARTS like show; Real-1 Rules are essentially B-Rules (need to win by submission or KO). I question fat goth chick Mikado as being someone with any potential to be good at this style.
Uhm, B-Rules is submission only I want to say. Its all mat wrestling more or less.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 03, 2009, 08:17:19 AM
Title change is surprising and sort of sucks for NEO. Still maybe they will actually do something with Emi in NEO from now on though it is almost a certainty that she is dropping the belt to Tamura.
Quote
This REAL-1 is MAKEHEN's effort to do a BattlARTS like show; Real-1 Rules are essentially B-Rules (need to win by submission or KO). I question fat goth chick Mikado as being someone with any potential to be good at this style.
Uhm, B-Rules is submission only I want to say. Its all mat wrestling more or less.

Oops, sorry for the mistake with B-Rules.  The Real-1 thing is submissions + knockouts, but no pinfalls.

I don't know if NEO had planned on putting the titles back on Tamura or not, but I'll be surprised if they don't now and do Nanae vs Yoshiko at some later date.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on May 03, 2009, 08:31:10 AM
My source is my friend who was at the show...
Muchas gracias.
I think rzombie1988 has a friend in Japan who goes to a lot of these shows.  Also, they just posted in the NEO blog that Nanae suffered a concussion and was taken to the hospital.  She was fortunately negative for a fracture or internal bleeding but has been pulled from cards for the rest of the week at minimum, including the planned title defense against Yoshiko Tamura at the May History show at Korakuen Hall on Tuesday.  I guess the logical switch would be to have Emi vs Tamura (Emi is currently booked in an undercard tag match) for the title instead.  If Tamura was booked to beat Nanae, then I'd expect Emi's accidental reign to be very short. 
That's sounds scary... even without a fracture or internal bleeding. Nanae is one of my all-time favorites, so hoping all will be well goes without saying.

That's also a pretty astounding work-around for the wrestlers and the ref to go with. I think we just witnessed recently on a North American pay-per-view with similar-sounding (though obviously not as severe) circumstances, that the participants were either not willing or able to react to things that happened in the ring. Too bad, if you're right about Emi, though. In my opinion, she has more than enough credibility and ability. But yeah, I get what her presentation and perception is.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Code Green on May 03, 2009, 09:18:20 AM
That's also a pretty astounding work-around for the wrestlers and the ref to go with. I think we just witnessed recently on a North American pay-per-view with similar-sounding (though obviously not as severe) circumstances, that the participants were either not willing or able to react to things that happened in the ring. Too bad, if you're right about Emi, though. In my opinion, she has more than enough credibility and ability. But yeah, I get what her presentation and perception is.

Wouldn't a no-contest have made more sense?  Or did the refs and workers simply improvise?  You're talking about Lockdown, surely, in your American example -- I can't imagine Taylor, Kong, and that ref would keep their jobs for long if they had worked out their own finish to the match after Angel's injury, leading to one of them ending with the title.  I am really quite amazed that they went with it, too, unless the plan was to put the belt on Emi all along -- which doesn't sound like it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on May 03, 2009, 10:00:24 AM
Wouldn't a no-contest have made more sense?
Not in the kayfabe sense. A KO is a victory if the match is booked and worked to end with a KO. If one happens accidentally, there is no reason for it to be a no contest.

Other part of conversation moved here... (http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/index.php?topic=126.msg35784#msg35784)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 03, 2009, 11:04:41 AM
As happy as I am for Emi, I can't help but think how unfortunate for Nanae to lose the titles in that manner. Any head injury to a wrestler is nothing short of frightening, indeed. Luckily, it wasn't a case of the "talk and die" syndrome that claimed Natasha Richardson a little over a month ago. In any case, congrats to Emi Sakura and I'm looking forward to Tamura versus Sakura II (of course, NEO has no choice but to go in that direction).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 03, 2009, 12:22:51 PM
I dunno, I smell something fishy. All those promos of him being afraid of something happening that screws up his main event....and then that exact thing happening, to the most extreme extant? I smell kayfabe.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 03, 2009, 03:05:16 PM
Koda's worst nightmare, ironically enough, just came true.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on May 03, 2009, 03:29:54 PM
Hope Nanae is alright. But this could re-ignite the Tamura/Sakura angle and give us fresh matches for the double titles. Hell if they let Emi defend against outsiders we'd end up with some really good matches.

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 03, 2009, 03:41:11 PM
Koda's worst nightmare, ironically enough, just came true.
If anything its good thing the title was defended here because had it not and the injury still occurred NEO would have been left w/o a main event for its Korakuen show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 03, 2009, 04:14:46 PM
Emi and Tamura had a good match last time for the title belts. With Emi in better physical shape then before it can be a great match.

I had hoped back then (2007?) Emi would have won the titles from Tamura and been the one to drop it to Matsuo...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 04, 2009, 04:45:18 AM
the only other spectacles where i see victories via referee stop are MMA and boxing
(ironically, i just finished watching yesterday pacquiao vs hatton which lasted shorter than a piss break)
not really the kind of way i wanted wrestling matches to end but this little spoiler gave me an idea how sick the match got (or how sucky the booking went ... again)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 04, 2009, 05:38:20 AM
http://blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/archives/51372893.html

Photos of the powerbomb and post action... bigger versions at the link above.

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/3/0/305ec98c-s.JPG?160213) (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/3/b/3b76917f-s.JPG?160213)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/4/a/4a53807b-s.JPG?160213) (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/e/1/e1091372-s.JPG?160213)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/7/8/788405ba-s.JPG?160213) (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/d/f/df45d74b-s.JPG?160213)

(http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/8/2/821bff00-s.JPG?160213) (http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/yukiwaka715/imgs/3/8/38cef7e5-s.JPG?160213)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 04, 2009, 07:34:08 AM
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v723/rzombie1988/file49fe803c10fd0_8-2.jpg)

A picture of Emi after winning the title.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 04, 2009, 11:09:29 AM

The PASSION2 Kana vs. Ayumi match looks nice.

Haven't seen somebody go elbow-for-elbow against Ayumi like that since Shu 3 years ago.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Code Green on May 04, 2009, 01:02:06 PM

The PASSION2 Kana vs. Ayumi match looks nice.

Haven't seen somebody go elbow-for-elbow against Ayumi like that since Shu 3 years ago.

How about when she kicks Ayumi right in mid cross body?   *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 04, 2009, 02:19:30 PM

The PASSION2 Kana vs. Ayumi match looks nice.

Haven't seen somebody go elbow-for-elbow against Ayumi like that since Shu 3 years ago.
I was told the match was a great Bachi-Bachi style match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 04, 2009, 04:43:24 PM
I was told the match was a great Bachi-Bachi style match.

Speaking of that, I'm surprised Ayumi isn't in QUEEN BEE.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 04, 2009, 09:47:37 PM
After facing Kana, I'm expecting her to be booked in a QUEEN BEE show sooner than later, because she appeared to have matched Kana blow for blow in that contest. The opening exchanges alone was nothing short of entertaining to see.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on May 05, 2009, 06:47:09 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whFVuJFl1d8
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Code Green on May 05, 2009, 08:14:22 AM
Man, I must have watched that 90 sec Kana/Kuri segment five or six times now, and it never gets old.  These chicks are good! 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 05, 2009, 02:36:21 PM
CHERRY PRODUCE "FANTASY ILLUSION 2" May 5, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
220 Fans


1. Kota Ibushi defeated Makoto (0:19) with a Middle Kick.
1a. Handicap-Ibushi 4-Count, Makoto 2-Count: Kota Ibushi defeated Makoto (1:21) with a Brainbuster.
1b. Handicap-Ibushi 5-Count, Makoto 1-Count: Makoto defeated Kota Ibushi (0:24) with a Crossbody.
2. DDT Iron Man Heavy Metal Championship, 3 WAY Match: Danshoku Dino defeated Kyoko Kimura & Bullfight Sora (6:58) with a Danshoku Driver on Sora. Dino becomes the 791st champion.
3. Kana defeated Lingerie Muto "Daughter" (6:27) with a Buzzsaw Kick.
4. Azumi Hyuga defeated Masako Takanashi (13:36) with a Michinoku Driver.
5. Cherry & Shuji Ishikawa defeated Aja Kong & Toshie Uematsu (14:51) when Cherry used the Spring Night Love on Uematsu.

This DDT flavored show wasn't the easiest to figure out and some details might be a bit off.

In the opener, it seemed that each time the match was restarted, it became harder for Ibushi and easier for Makoto to get a pinfall.  I guess if Ibushi took the third fall, then Makoto would have gotten a "zero-count" handicap!

It looks like the DDT Iron Man Heavy Metal Championship is back in the hands of a REAL MAN'S MAN!

The translation gives "Lingerie Muto daughter", so I don't know if this is Sawa doing the Lingerie Muto character or somebody doing a parody of that character.

Oh look, Cherry learned from Fuuka that the cool thing about running your own show is that you can book yourself to win! 


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 06, 2009, 09:58:53 AM
Results from http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2 (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2)  Sounds like he liked the main event.  Poor Chihiro got busted up again and bled from the mouth/nose. 

That's it for the Golden Week shows.  We've got Sendai Girls & LLPW shows on Sunday.

QUEEN BEE May 6, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hanako Kobayashi with a Sleeper Hold.
2. Megumi Yabushita defeated Mika.
3. AKINO defeated Esui with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker. 
4. Chihiro Oikawa & Ayako Sato vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana went to a time-limit draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on May 06, 2009, 10:46:20 AM
Results from http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2 (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2)  Sounds like he liked the main event.  Poor Chihiro got busted up again and bled from the mouth/nose. 

That's it for the Golden Week shows.  We've got Sendai Girls & LLPW shows on Sunday.

QUEEN BEE May 6, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hanako Kobayashi with a Sleeper Hold.
2. Megumi Yabushita defeated Mika.
3. AKINO defeated Esui with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker. 
4. Chihiro Oikawa & Ayako Sato vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana went to a time-limit draw.
The main was said to be pretty good.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on May 06, 2009, 12:09:58 PM
And thus Golden Week is over...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on May 06, 2009, 08:56:02 PM
Full results from my site. DVD will hopefully come out in 2 weeks... hopefully. Still working on getting the new BattlARTS one.

Quote
Queen Bee 6/05/09
Itabashi Green Hall
216 fans
1. Kyoko Kimura (9:06 Sleeper Hold) Hanako Kobayashi
2. Megumi Yabushita (12:06 Shodai YABU) Mika
3. AKINO (10:21 Hishijujigatame) ESUI
4. Ayako Sato & Chihiro Oikawa (30:00 Time Limit Draw) Kana & Natsuki Taioh
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 07, 2009, 05:37:08 AM
More backstage title changes at the Cherry show.  You can see them at the very end of the S-Arena clip of this show on Youtube.

CHERRY PRODUCE May 5, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall Waiting Room


1. Doll of Jun Kasai defeated Danshoku Dino with a Body Hold.  Action Figure becomes the 792nd champion.
2. Aja Kong defeated Doll of Jun Kasai with a Body Hold. Kong becomes the 793rd champion.
3. Doll of Jun Kasai defeated Aja Kong with a Body Hold. Doll becomes the 794th champion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 07, 2009, 07:31:30 AM
Chie is retired now but HUSTLE still has KG and Francoise (I'm assuming the one formerly of LLPW) made an appearance with "Cowboy" Lance Cade and Rene "Bonaparte" (Rene Dupree).  Results from www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)

HUSTLE May 4, 2009
Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium
5,150 Fans


1. Yokohama Port Opening 150th Anniversary: Kaikoku Mask, TAJIRI & KG defeated REY Ohara, Private Shoji & Sakoku Mask (9:43) when Kaikoku used the Phoenix Splash on Sakoku.
5. Bono-kun, Shiro Koshinaka & RG defeated Cowboy Lance Cade, Rene Bonaparte & Francoise (12:10) when Bono used the Bono-kun Press on Francoise.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on May 07, 2009, 08:52:12 AM
Anybody know if the Cherry Produce "Fantasy Illusion 2" show will be on DVD & where I could get it?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 07, 2009, 01:39:48 PM
Really smart of Francoise* Why was the opportunity to be the hot girl who doesn't need to learn to wrestle if you aren't making any money over there in LLPW.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 09, 2009, 01:23:28 AM
 *Oni*
renee dupree ... he's hot
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 17, 2009, 07:40:03 AM
DRADITION May 14, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
600 Fans


2. 3 Way Match: Kana defeated Kikutaro & Apple Miyuki (8:47) with a German Suplex Hold on Kikutaro.

K-DOJO May 16, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
66 Fans


2. 3 Way Match: Boso Boy Raito defeated Ryuichi Sekine & Yuu Yamagata (7:53) with La Magistral on Sekine.
3. Saburo Inematsu & Bambi vs KAZMA & Kaji Yamato (4:55) went to a No Contest.

LEE BEGINNING May 17, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
250 Fans


1. Ayako Hamada defeated Io Shirai (13:43) with a Backspin Kick.
2. Kana defeated Bambi & Mio Shirai (4:40) by using the Billiken on Shirai.
3. Yumiko Hotta & Yuu Yamagata defeated Cherry & Yumi Ohka (14:14) when Hotta used a Palm Strike on Cherry.
4. Manami Toyota & Fuuka defeated Takako Inoue & Apple Miyuki (18:43) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold on Miyuki.

Obviously Ayako finally made it back to Japan from Mexico.  I'm not sure when her TNA stint is supposed to start, as she's advertised for the LLPW/Ito Dojo show at the end of the month.  Maybe Rhaka Khan bad-mouthed Hamada to TNA management and they decided to not use her  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 17, 2009, 09:19:47 AM
According Nikki Roxx, she and Rhaka are still friends, and that there was a slight argument about something botched in a match or a fuck up, but there was no physical violence or 60 day suspension.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 18, 2009, 04:01:45 AM
Maybe Rhaka Khan bad-mouthed Hamada to TNA management and they decided to not use her  *haha

i suddenly remembered that rhaka khan is currently dating kurt angle now that the latter is divorced
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Mr. Kinniku Mike on May 18, 2009, 04:15:52 PM
Maybe Rhaka Khan bad-mouthed Hamada to TNA management and they decided to not use her  *haha

i suddenly remembered that rhaka khan is currently dating kurt angle now that the latter is divorced

Now hes wearing urban brand clothes outside of wrestling from what i heard.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 19, 2009, 03:17:07 AM

Now hes wearing urban brand clothes outside of wrestling from what i heard.

you mean this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvB9Li2rUoA
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 24, 2009, 03:59:33 PM
OSAKA PRO May 20, 2009
Korakuen Hall
972 Fans


3. Kikutaro, Miracle Man, & Kanjuro Matsuyama defeated Kuishinbo Kamen, Ebessan III, & Apple Miyuki (11:53) when Matsuyama used the Sanmon on Kamen.

DDT May 21, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
262 Fans


1. Danshoku Dino vs Emi Sakura (8:30) went to a no-contest.

HUSTLE May 23, 2009
Soka City Sports Gymnasium
2540 Fans


1. Kaikoku Mask & KG defeated RAY Ohara & Red Onigumi (9:45) when Kaikoku used Kaikoku Burning on Onigumi.

K-DOJO May 23, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
58 Fans


2. Marines Mask, Miyako Man & Yuu Yamagata defeated Makoto Oishi, Saburo Inematsu & Bambi (11:28) when Marines Mask used the Marines Tornado on Inematsu.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 24, 2009, 04:35:34 PM


DDT May 21, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
262 Fans[/b]

1. Danshoku Dino vs Emi Sakura (8:30) went to a no-contest

I'm assuming neither could bear to touch the other *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 25, 2009, 03:16:23 AM


DDT May 21, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
262 Fans[/b]

1. Danshoku Dino vs Emi Sakura (8:30) went to a no-contest

I'm assuming neither could bear to touch the other *bwah

*facepalm*
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on June 20, 2009, 06:11:12 AM
Osaka Pro ran a show in memory of Ted Tanabe, the referee who recently passed away.  The results are courtesy of www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com).  Also, there's a nice thread at SSS with lots of photos.  Gordi, a westerner who lives near Osaka and is a big Osaka Pro fan, was there and posted lots of photos.

http://www.puroresufan.com/forum/index.php?topic=1627.msg75262 (http://www.puroresufan.com/forum/index.php?topic=1627.msg75262)

Osaka Pro "TED TANABE MOURNING PERFORMANCE" June 19, 2009
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
336 Fans


2. Takaku Fuke & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Masanori Ishikura & Miracle Man (9:57) when Fuke used a Belt Sleeper on Ishikura.
5. Yuki Miyazaki & Commando Bolshoi defeated GAMI & Toshie Uematsu (11:12) when Bolshoi used a Kido Clutch on Uematsu.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on June 21, 2009, 08:27:50 AM
FUKUMEN MANIA June 21, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Debut Match: A*YU*MI vs noki-A (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Vancouver Cat, Ray, & Kitten Kid defeated Ranmaru, Io Shirai, & Koryuki when Kitten Kid pinned Koryuki.

A*YU*MI is Ayumi Kurihara, of course, under the mask for the first time against her mentor AKINO.  Io Shirai was also masked for the first time in the mixed-gender trios match.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on June 25, 2009, 05:20:29 AM
i prefer to write it as ah.you.me
 *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on June 28, 2009, 02:32:30 PM
Various results from the weekend-some courtesy of www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)

HUSTLE June 25, 2009
Korakuen Hall
1970 Fans


1. REY Ohara defeated KG (12:00) with the Muy Bien.

HUSTLE June 27, 2009
Kiryu Citizen Gymnasium
1820 Fans


1. HG, RG & KG defeated Fake HG, Red Onigumi & Blue Onigumi (14:12) when HG used the Original Death Drop on Fake HG.

KG's the only woman regularly wrestling for HUSTLE right now, but I think Francoise is serving as the valet for the new ArmaGedon team (Rene Dupree & Travis Tomko).

K-DOJO June 27, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
106 Fans

1. Yuji Hino, Saburo Inematsu & Shiori Asahi defeated Boso Boy Raito, Yuu Yamagata & Ryan Taylor (16:16) when Inematsu used the Death Valley Bomb on Yamagata.

MAKEHEN June 27, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
315 Fans


2. Command Bolshoi, Azumi Hyuga, & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Mio Shirai, Io Shirai, & Bambi (12:59) when Bolshoi used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Mio.
3. Kaoru Ito & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Basara & Apple Miyuki (15:23) when Ito used a Powerbomb on Miyuki.

ITO DOJO June 28, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Apple Miyuki defeated Tomoko Morii (8:21) with a Dragon Splash.
2. Aki Kanbayashi defeated Sarubobo (8:40) with a Small Package.
3. Manami Toyota & Cherry defeated Takako Inoue & Basara (16:38) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Basara.
4. Yumiko Hotta defeated Hanako Kobayashi (15:26) with a Tiger Driver.
5. Kaoru Ito & Aja Kong defeated Ayako Sato & Noriyo Tateno (19:13) when Kong used a Diving Elbow Drop on Sato.

The main excitement with MAKEHEN is the news that Basara has been training with the Ito Dojo and there were harsh words between her and Ito after the MAKEHEN match.  Too bad no young wrestlers ever get put over in the Ito Dojo world, and having Basara working for MAKEHEN and Ito Dojo is pretty useless for us, as we never get to see these matches.  Basara did drop her first pinfall since her comeback, eating the Queen Bee Bomb from Manami.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: J.H. - Firmly Re-Dedicated to Yoneyama! on June 30, 2009, 07:17:26 AM
2. Command Bolshoi, Azumi Hyuga, & Pinkie Mayuka defeated Mio Shirai, Io Shirai, & Bambi (12:59) when Bolshoi used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Mio.

For some rason I really want to see this match... I mean I pretty much like everyone in the match.

James
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 05, 2009, 12:14:42 PM
MASK FIESTA July 4, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


2. FUKA Angel & FUKA Kid vs Tojuki Leon & A*YU*MI (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.

HUSTLE July 5, 2005
Fukuoka International Center
4,004 Fans


1. KG defeated Min Ti Su (10:02) with the KG Flash.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on August 03, 2009, 02:30:07 PM
FUKA MATSURI 10, 02.08.2009
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
320 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Fuka Matsuri Opening Technical Fighting Spirit: Shu Shibutani besiegt DASH Chisako SENDAI GIRLS (9:00) mit einem Crucifix Hold.
2. Bousou & Caribbean Big Typhoon 3 Way Match: Yumiko Hotta besiegt Aya Yuki NEO & Caribbean KIM (7:35) durch Pinfall gegen Yuki nach einer Chain Attack.
3. Fuka Matsuri Battle Fine Play: Emi Sakura besiegt Bullfight Sora (10:35) mit einer Nyan Nyan Press.
4. Fuka Matsuri Summer Passion: Fuka & Kana besiegen Nanae Takahashi & Minori Makiba (18:40) nach dem F Crash von Fuka gegen Makiba.

purolove.com
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 03, 2009, 05:54:13 PM
Thanks for getting up some results, Eivion. I was on vacation and intentionally neglected the internet.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on August 03, 2009, 09:35:03 PM
Had no idea, hope you enjoyed your time away.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 23, 2009, 08:52:52 AM
NEW AJW August 22, 2009
Tochigi Synthesis Cultural Center Sub Arena
430 Fans


1. Tomoko Morii defeated Esui (8:06) with a Reverse Cradle.
2. Kaoru Ito defeated Bullfight Sora (11:20) with a Spiral Bomb.
3. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Misaki Ohata & Shu Shibutani (13:15) when Inoue used the Destiny Hammer on Shibutani.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Sachie Abe (17:27) with the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
5. Ran Yu-Yu, Toshie Uematsu, & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Command Bolshoi, GAMI, & Yumi Ohka (24:00) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 23, 2009, 09:22:09 AM
I think Yoshida has some control on this. Last year she did this instead of AKINO's anniversary show even. Though GAMI pretty much jobs Shibu out even more than Ohata is.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 31, 2009, 09:40:20 AM
OI FESTIVAL August 29, 2009
Tokyo Oi Station Special Ring


1. Asia-Pacific Women's Championship: Moeka Haruhi defeated Shu Shibutani (9:45) with the Astro Scissors. Haruhi becomes the 1st champion.

It looks like someone made up a ridiculous championship and Shu must have lost a bet or something and had to lose to Haruhi.  *haha

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4a9a610b653dc_news090831.jpg)

ITO DOJO August 30, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Hanako Kobayashi defeated Tomoko Morii (8:28) with an Inside Cradle.
2. Ray defeated Esui (10:15) with a Huricanrana.
3. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Hanako Kobayashi & Tomoko Morii (14:34) when Inoue used a Beauty Fist on Kobayashi.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Shu Shibutani (15:35) with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold.
5. Noriyo Tateno & Aja Kong defeated Kaoru Ito & Ayako Sato (18:18) when Kong used a Vertical Brainbuster on Sato.

There are some photos on Takako Inoue's blog that Pozen found.  Morii turned on Kobayashi, for whatever that is worth.  Sato might get to beat someone before she turns 30...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 06, 2009, 08:15:00 AM
MR GANNOSUKE PRODUCE September 5, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
350 Fans


1. Fuuka defeated Makoto (10:12) with the F-Crash.

QUEEN BEE September 6, 2009
Kitasenju Theater 1010
163 Fans


1. Mika defeated Yuiga (9:12) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker.
2. Megumi Yabushita & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated AKINO & Ayako Sato (19:05) when Yabushita used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Sato.
3. Nanae Takahashi defeated Esui (11:53) with the Albatross.
4. Kana defeated Chihiro Oikawa (14:28) by Referee Stop after a High Kick.

Queen Bee results were very predictable.  Not sure what that finisher from Nanae is.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 20, 2009, 03:07:18 PM
I somehow forgot about the FUKUMEN MASK MANIA show, with lots of joshi participation.

FUKUMEN MANIA "MIX-FIESTA" September 20, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
318 Fans


1. Macho*Pump defeated Koryuki (4:25) with an Elbow.
2. Ricky Fuji & GAMI defeated Tadashi Sano & Apple Miyuki (10:08) when Fuji used the 9,999 on Sano.
3. Kikutaro & Ranmaru defeated Kuishinbo Kamen & Vancouver Cat (10:30) when Kikutaro used the Shining Kiku-zard on Mask.
4. Mineo Fujita, Toshie Uematsu, & Io Shirai defeated Kitten Kid, Ray, & Mio Shirai (17:05) when Fujita used a Swanton Bomb on Kid.
5. The Great Sasuke, Mr. Cacao, Sakura Candle, & A*YU*MI defeated Ken45, Brahman Shu, & Brahman Kei (16:47) when Sasuke used the Ram Jam on Kei.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 23, 2009, 08:27:52 AM
The third Passion Red show again filled little Itabashi Green Hall.  Natsuki*Taiyo got a nice win, but I'd like to see Kana get a big singles win and it didn't happen.  Hotta & Ray are now in Passion Red; not sure I'm excited about Hotta.  Hopefully, she'll be just comedy as the old lady trying too hard to be cool and it won't go any further than that.  I'm not sure why Uematsu was in that audition match, considering she seemed to hate Passion Red at the previous show. Nanae won in the main event, of course, and Sachie Abe was the predictable loser.

PASSION RED "3PASSION" Septemer 23, 2009
Itabashi Green Hall
230 Fans


1. Natsuki*Taiyo & Super Shisa defeated Emi Sakura & Ikuto Hidaka (16:47) when Taiyo used the Taiyo-Chan Bomb on Sakura.
2. Passion Red Audition Match: Yumiko Hotta vs Toshie Uematsu vs Ray vs Io Shirai
2a. Ray defeated Io Shirai (7:11) with a Moonsault Press. Shirai is eliminated.
2b. Yumiko Hotta defeated Toshie Uematsu (9:55) by Over the Top Rope. Uematsu is eliminated. Ray and Hotta join Passion Red.
3. Takako Inoue defeated Kana (11:16) with the Beauty Fist.
4. Nanae Takahashi, Natsuki*Taiyo, & Kana defeated Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Sachie Abe (21:29) when Takahashi used the Nanaracka on Abe.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on September 23, 2009, 09:34:18 AM
I like the addition of Ray to Passion Red...but Hotta *umm

And my Kana "jobs" to Takako Inoue...on a Passion Red show *gah *livid

The ONLY way I see it working is if there's going to be a feud between Kana & Takako...otherwise, WTF?!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on September 23, 2009, 09:52:27 AM
So is Ray joining Passion Red a real thing, i.e. she is no longer considered a part of Ibuki and will be booked where Passion Red is booked?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on September 23, 2009, 04:00:18 PM
Kana and Takako supposedly had a real stinker, with Kana crying and being mad at herself after the match. Abe did a good job, but Kuragaki didn't. Abe also got really excited and mad at Passion Red after her match, with Hyuga and others having to stop her.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on September 24, 2009, 06:24:41 AM
Apparently Mini-Momoe was at Passion Red demanding to be apart of the group
(http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/oe_ke/imgs/4/9/49e18901.jpg)
(http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/oe_ke/imgs/6/1/61a07567.jpg)
(http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/oe_ke/imgs/6/b/6bfd1845.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 27, 2009, 05:29:31 AM
Catching up on K-DOJO, thanks to www.purolove.com

K-DOJO September 19, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
125 Fans


2. NOT STRONGEST-K Tournament, Block B: Bambi defeated Kaji Yamato (6:11) with the Kojika no Mai.
3. NOT STRONGEST-K Tournament, Block A: Yuu Yamagata defeated Ryuichi Sekine (3:17) with La Magistral.
(Losers advance in this tournament)

K-DOJO September 20, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
76 Fans


3. Prize Match 2nd: KAZMA & Kengo Mashimo defeated Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine (0:04) when KAZMA used a Body Slam on Sekine.
3a. Prize Match 2nd: KAZMA & Kengo Mashimo defeated Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine (1:58) when KAZMA used a Corner Splash on Yamagata.

K-DOJO September 21, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
92 Fans


6. Ultimo Dragon, TAKA Michinoku, & GENTARO defeated Makoto Oishi, Shiori Asahi, & Bambi (16:25) when GENTARO used a Superkick on Bambi.

K-DOJO September 22, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
64 Fans


1. Shiori Asahi & Bambi defeated Kunio Toshima & PSYCHO (10:47) when Bambi used the Kojika no Mai on PSYCHO.
2. Three Way Match: Daisuke Masaoka defeated Taishi Wakizawa & Yuu Yamagata (8:50) by using a Shubain on Yamagata.

K-DOJO September 23, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
210 Fans


1. Yuji Hino, Saburo Inematsu, & Bambi defeaed YOSHIYA, Yuu Yamagata, & Ryuichi Sekine (12:30) when Hino used a Powerbomb on Sekine.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 04, 2009, 09:40:59 AM
DRADITION October 1, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
590 Fans


2. Kikutaro & Kana defeated Otokosakari & Apple Miyuki (11:50) when Otokosakari was DQd.

NEW AJW October 3, 2009
Iwaki Municipal Gymnasium


1. Tojuki Leon defeated Shu Shibutani (8:27) with a Mad Splash.
2. GAMI defeated KAZUKI (12:36) with a Small Package.
3. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Sachie Abe & Tomoko Morii (16:47) when Inoue used the Destiny Hammer on Abe.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Keito (13:58) with the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
5. Kaoru Ito & Ran Yu-Yu defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Yumi Ohka (15:10) when Ran used a European Clutch on Kuragaki.

ATROCIOUS ALLIANCE October 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. DDT Offer Match: Yasu Urano defeated Tomoichi Taniguchi
2. Sachie Abe defeated Tomoko Morii with La Magistral.
3. Tojuki Leon defeated Ray with the Leon Stone.
4. Etsuko Mita & Ayako Sato defeated KAORU & Hanako Kobayashi when Sato used a German Suplex Hold on
Kobayashi.
5. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Yumiko Hotta by DQ.
6. Jaguar Yokota & Noriyo Tateno defeated Dump Matsumoto & Hydra when Yokota pinned Matsumoto.

AJPW "ALL JAPAN AUTUMN FESTIVAL" October 4, 2009
Iruma City Minamimine Seishin Industry Transportation Special Ring
2400 Fans


4. NEO Offer Match: Kyoko Inoue & Mima Shimoda defeated Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse (18:41) when Inoue used a Powerbomb on Tanny.

CRUISER'S GAME October 4, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
413 Fans


2. MAZADA & Toshie Uematsu defeated Masa Takanashi & Cherry (12:57) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex on Cherry.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: twisted on October 04, 2009, 10:56:15 AM
Is Hydra Dump's new partner after Sasori's retirement? Who's she? The ringname is great....
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 06, 2009, 01:26:29 PM
Is Hydra Dump's new partner after Sasori's retirement? Who's she? The ringname is great....

This picture is the only info I have on "Hydra"-seems to just be some random indy guy under a mask.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4acadfceb4891_DSC04175.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 11, 2009, 11:15:10 AM
RINGSTARS Festival October 11, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
450 Fans


1. POK Championship (Best 2 of 3 Falls): Fuuka (c) defeated Misaki Ohata 2-0.
2. Chairman Matsunaga Mourning Match: Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddhaman.
3. Princess Battle Royale: Ring Star defeated Shu Shibutani with the Yoshi Tonic.  Others, in order of elimination: Aya Yuki, Hanako Kobayashi, Tomoka Nakagawa & Hiren, Ayako Sato, Ryo Mizunami, Cherry.
4. Three Way Match: Fuuka defeated Apple Miyuki & Moeka Haruhi with a High Kick on Miyuki.
5. Yoshiko Tamura & Misaki Ohata vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana went to a time-limit draw.
6. Sonoko Kato & Mio Shirai defeated Chikayo Nagashima & Io Shirai when Mio used the Purple Flash on Io.
7. Hyuga Retirement Road: Azumi Hyuga defeated Ayumi Kurihara with the Michinoku Driver II.

I think "Ring Star" is Ray.  Tamura replaced Hiroyo Matsumoto. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 13, 2009, 05:57:41 AM
JOSHI ALLSTARS "HYPER VISUAL FIGHTING" October 12, 2009
Tottori Yonago Convention Center
1140 Fans


1. Cherry defeated Tomoko Morii (9:04) with the Fantasy Illusion.
2. Pretty Ota defeated Mr. Buddhaman (2:47) by count out.
2a. Restars: Mr. Buddhaman defeated Pretty Ota (5:00) with the Satan Beam.
3. Jaguar Yokota & Kaoru Ito defeated Shu Shibutani & Ayako Sato (15:40) when Ito used the Diving Footstomp on Shibutani.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Natsuki*Taiyo (14:03) with the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
5. Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue defeated Ran Yu-Yu & Nanae Takahashi (20:58) when Hotta used a Chain-Assisted Palm Strike on Ran.

That attendance is great if legit.  I don't have any pictures or further info, except the photo from Jaguar's blog with Manami back in her traditional costume (the link is in the Toyota thread).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on October 13, 2009, 09:02:28 PM
Edit - nevermind

misread what the attendence was.
Wouldn't shock me if it was legit
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2009, 09:00:22 AM
Catching up on K-DOJO and Osaka Pro results w/joshi.  Courtesy of www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com)

K-DOJO October 10, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
59 Fans


1. Makoto Oishi & Bambi defeated Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine (10:10) when Bambi used a Keylock Clutch Hold on Sekine.

K-DOJO October 16, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
58 Fans


4. Road to UWA Special Match: Yuji Hino vs Bambi (5:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4a. Restart: Yuji Hino defeated Bambi (1:20) with a Powerbomb.

K-DOJO October 17, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
33 Fans


2. Yuji Hino & Bambi defeated Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine (10:42) when Hino used a Reverse Horizontal Chop on Sekine.


K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER outbreak" October 18, 2009
Chiba Blue Field
142 Fans


1. Saburo Inematsu & Bambi defeated Hiro Tonai & Kim Nam Seok (8:21) when Inematsu used the 369 on Seok.
2. YOSHIYA defeated Ryuichi Sekine with a Big Boot (0:08). YOSHIYA defeated Yuu Yamagata with a Chokeslam (1:31).
2a. Handicap Match: YOSHIYA defeated Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine (2:08) with a Diving Body Press on Sekine.

OSAKA PRO "NEVER SAY NEVER 2009" October 18, 2009
Matsushita IMP Hall
674 Fans


3. Osaka Owari Title, Battle Royale: Kikutaro (c) defeated Takoyakida (9:58) by Over the Top Rope. Others, in order of elimination: Ranmaru, Miracle Man, Kanjuro Matsuyama, Kuishinbo Kamen, Ebessan, Takaku Fuke.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on October 25, 2009, 01:10:25 AM
 *lukie
the attendance data was an eye sore for KDojo
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 25, 2009, 08:43:06 AM
A variety of results, including the Fuuka Matsuri, Kaoru Ito's anniversary, and Revolucion Amandola's trip to Mexico.

FUUKA MATSURI October 25, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
340 Fans


1. TLW Junior Tag Team Championship: Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated Kazumi Shimouma & Hamuko Hoshi (14:50) when Io used the Asian Raccoon Clutch on Hoshi.  Mio & Io are successful in the 2nd defense.
2. Fuuka vs Mika Nagano (2R-3:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Makoto defeated Tanny Mouse & Small Giant Baba (9:26) by using a Cradle on Baba after a Diving Footstomp to the Vitals.
4. Passion Red #7 Debut: Passion Seven defeated Policewoman (14:31) with a Diving Passion Press.
5. Fuuka & Misaki Ohata defeated Ryo Mizunami & DASH Chisako (15:06) when Fuuka used the F-Doll on Chisako.

Pretty expected results. We had singing and dancing with RICA.  Passion Seven is Nanae under a mask.  Fuuka talked about her retirement afterwards (I think talking about being small and wrestling too tough on her body) and her retirement show will be March 28th at Korakuen Hall.

ITO DOJO "KAORU ITO 20th ANNIVERSARY" October 25, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Ayumi Kurihara defeated Ayako Sato with an Uranage.
2. Jaguar Yokota & Manami Toyota defeated Aki Kambayashi & Shu Shibutani when Yokota pinned Kambayashi.
3. Mita Retirement Road: Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda defeated ZAP I & ZAP T when Mita used a Death Valley Bomb on ZAP T.
4. Yumiko Hotta, Takako Inoue, & Tomoko Morii defeated Noriyo Tateno, Hanako Kobayashi, & Cherry when Morii pinned Kobayashi after a Chair Attack.
5. Ito 20th Anniversary Match: Kaoru Ito defeated Aja Kong with a Diving Footstomp.

Revolucion Amandola went on expedition to Mexico.  Results courtesy of KrisZ on DVDVR. I wonder how much of a trim Emoto got.  *bwah

IWRG October 15, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa) defeated La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline

IWRG October 18, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Flor Metalica & Josseline defeated Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa by DQ due to excessive violence.

TORYUMON MEXICO October 18, 2009
Sala de Armas Magdalena Mixuca del Distrito Federal


3. Kyoko Kimura/Tomoko Nakagawa/Raven Hiroka beat Diosa Maya/La Nazi/La Seductora

IWRG October 22, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


5. Caballera contra Caballera: Flor Metalica beat Atsuko Emoto after being beaten bloody she capitalized on a botched punch by Kyoko Kimura and hit a superplex on Emoto to get the win.

IWRG October 25, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline vs. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2009, 03:50:07 PM
More details on the Kaoru Ito anniversary show.  Mita & Shimoda unmasked the ZAPs after winning the match, and they were revealed to be Ito and Tomoko Watanabe.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ae5e5524b331_DSC07356.JPG)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ae5e552514e5_DSC07372.JPG)

Also, see if you can guess who this special visitor was?

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ae5f89921e20_DSC07796.JPG)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ae5f899277fb_DSC07805.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: HybridOctopus.Ozaki-lover on October 26, 2009, 04:01:15 PM
A variety of results, including the Fuuka Matsuri, Kaoru Ito's anniversary, and Revolucion Amandola's trip to Mexico.

FUUKA MATSURI October 25, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
340 Fans


1. TLW Junior Tag Team Championship: Mio Shirai & Io Shirai defeated Kazumi Shimouma & Hamuko Hoshi (14:50) when Io used the Asian Raccoon Clutch on Hoshi.  Mio & Io are successful in the 2nd defense.
2. Fuuka vs Mika Nagano (2R-3:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Makoto defeated Tanny Mouse & Small Giant Baba (9:26) by using a Cradle on Baba after a Diving Footstomp to the Vitals.
4. Passion Red #7 Debut: Passion Seven defeated Policewoman (14:31) with a Diving Passion Press.
5. Fuuka & Misaki Ohata defeated Ryo Mizunami & DASH Chisako (15:06) when Fuuka used the F-Doll on Chisako.

Pretty expected results. We had singing and dancing with RICA.  Passion Seven is Nanae under a mask.  Fuuka talked about her retirement afterwards (I think talking about being small and wrestling too tough on her body) and her retirement show will be March 28th at Korakuen Hall.

ITO DOJO "KAORU ITO 20th ANNIVERSARY" October 25, 2009
Shinjuku FACE


1. Ayumi Kurihara defeated Ayako Sato with an Uranage.
2. Jaguar Yokota & Manami Toyota defeated Aki Kambayashi & Shu Shibutani when Yokota pinned Kambayashi.
3. Mita Retirement Road: Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda defeated ZAP I & ZAP T when Mita used a Death Valley Bomb on ZAP T.
4. Yumiko Hotta, Takako Inoue, & Tomoko Morii defeated Noriyo Tateno, Hanako Kobayashi, & Cherry when Morii pinned Kobayashi after a Chair Attack.
5. Ito 20th Anniversary Match: Kaoru Ito defeated Aja Kong with a Diving Footstomp.

Revolucion Amandola went on expedition to Mexico.  Results courtesy of KrisZ on DVDVR. I wonder how much of a trim Emoto got.  *bwah

IWRG October 15, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa) defeated La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline

IWRG October 18, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Flor Metalica & Josseline defeated Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa by DQ due to excessive violence.

TORYUMON MEXICO October 18, 2009
Sala de Armas Magdalena Mixuca del Distrito Federal


3. Kyoko Kimura/Tomoko Nakagawa/Raven Hiroka beat Diosa Maya/La Nazi/La Seductora

IWRG October 22, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


5. Caballera contra Caballera: Flor Metalica beat Atsuko Emoto after being beaten bloody she capitalized on a botched punch by Kyoko Kimura and hit a superplex on Emoto to get the win.

IWRG October 25, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline vs. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa)

Kaoru Ito vs Aja Kong sounds AMAZING!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 26, 2009, 04:26:49 PM
Wow Bull's really making the rounds. Is she moving back to japan or is she just visiting?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on October 26, 2009, 06:06:44 PM
Wow Bull's really making the rounds. Is she moving back to japan or is she just visiting?

She looked great. I thought it was KAORU for a minute.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on October 26, 2009, 07:42:40 PM
Wow Bull's really making the rounds. Is she moving back to japan or is she just visiting?
She lives in Japan. She's done with golfing in the USA.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on October 27, 2009, 04:06:15 AM

Also, see if you can guess who this special visitor was?

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ae5f89921e20_DSC07796.JPG)

BULL NAKANO!!!!!!


She lives in Japan. She's done with golfing in the USA.

oh thank God!!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 05, 2009, 05:48:03 AM
Results courtesy of www.purolove.com    I'm shocked that Nanae & Natsuki were working ZERO1 shows-I thought they left SUN/Z1/First on Stage on not such good terms.

ZERO1 November 3, 2009
Masuda Citizen Gymnasium


5. Manami Toyota Hometown Return Match: Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Manami Toyota & Tsukasa Fujimoto (21:55) when Takahashi used an Iku Bomb on Fujimoto.

ZERO1 November 4, 2009
Biki Messe Shimane


2. 3WAY Match: Natsuki*Taiyo defeated Nanae Takahashi & Tsukasa Fujimoto (10:53) with a Modified Rolling Cradle on Fujimoto.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on November 07, 2009, 06:14:20 PM
IWRG October 18, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Flor Metalica & Josseline defeated Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa by DQ due to excessive violence.

IWRG October 22, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


5. Caballera contra Caballera: Flor Metalica beat Atsuko Emoto after being beaten bloody she capitalized on a botched punch by Kyoko Kimura and hit a superplex on Emoto to get the win.

IWRG October 25, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline vs. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa)


i just noticed this. i thought Flor Metallica has retired.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 07, 2009, 06:49:56 PM
IWRG October 18, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. Flor Metalica & Josseline defeated Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa by DQ due to excessive violence.

IWRG October 22, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


5. Caballera contra Caballera: Flor Metalica beat Atsuko Emoto after being beaten bloody she capitalized on a botched punch by Kyoko Kimura and hit a superplex on Emoto to get the win.

IWRG October 25, 2009
Arena Naucalpan


4. La Diabolica/Flor Metalica/Josseline vs. Revolution Amandora (Atsuko Emoto/Kyoko Kimura/Tomoka Nakagawa)


i just noticed this. i thought Flor Metallica has retired.

I don't know anything about that, but Revolucion Amandola won that match on 10/25 (their final show in Mexico) as La Diabolica turned rudo and helped them.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 08, 2009, 06:52:53 AM
Results of the special Jaguar Yokota produced charity show in Okinawa.  I don't have any finishers, just winners.

JOSHI ALL STARS November 8, 2009
Okinawa Naha Civic Center


1. Ranmaru defeated Ayako Sato
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Command Bolshoi
3. KAORU & Drake Morimatsu defeated Tomoko Watanabe & Yumi Ohka when KAORU pinned Ohka.
4. Manami Toyota defeated GAMI
5. Jaguar Yokota, Azumi Hyuga, & Dynamite Kansai defeated Aja Kong, Kyoko Inoue, & Toshie Uematsu when Yokota pinned Uematsu
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on November 10, 2009, 06:27:09 AM

I don't know anything about that, but Revolucion Amandola won that match on 10/25 (their final show in Mexico) as La Diabolica turned rudo and helped them.

so RA has another gaijin recruit in La Diabolica? (the movement seemed to be growing and kimura is good at recruiting members)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 10, 2009, 06:47:26 AM

I don't know anything about that, but Revolucion Amandola won that match on 10/25 (their final show in Mexico) as La Diabolica turned rudo and helped them.

so RA has another gaijin recruit in La Diabolica? (the movement seemed to be growing and kimura is good at recruiting members)

I don't have any info that La Diabolica is coming to Japan.  This was just to advance the story line in IWRG in Mexico.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 15, 2009, 07:15:47 AM
NEW AJW November 13, 2009
Shizuoka Fuji San Messe
400 Fans


1. GAMI defeated Chisato Kuroki (11:45) with the Eye Poke.
2. Yumiko Hotta defeated Hanako Kobayashi (12:24) with the Tiger Driver.
3. Ran Yu-Yu &  Shu Shibutani defeated Command Bolshoi & KAZUKI (14:57) when Yu-Yu used a Rolling Elbow on KAZUKI.
4. Takako Inoue defeated Sachie Abe (11:56) with the Destiny Hammer.
5. Kaoru Ito & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Manami Toyota & Yumi Ohka (24:37) when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Ohka.

K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER joke" November 14, 2009
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
691 Fans


1. YOSHIYA, Yuu Yamagata & Ryuichi Sekine defeated Kunio Toshima, Hardcore Kid Kojiro & Kim Nam Seok (9:01) when Sekine used the Combine on Nam Seok.
2. Boso Boy Raito & Kaji Tomato defeated Saburo Inematsu & Bambi (6:59) when Tomato used the Red Eye on Inematsu.

Thanks to www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com) for K-DOJO results.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 13, 2009, 08:08:32 PM
I don't have attendance or match times.

LEE BEGINNING December 13, 2009
Shinjuku FACE
Asami Kawasaki Return Show


1. Mio Shirai defeated Ranmaru with a Cradle.
2. Kaoru Ito & Cherry defeated Yuki Miyazaki & Ayako Sato when Ito used a Diving Footstomp on Sato.
3. Takako Inoue defeated Io Shirai with the Beauty Fist.
4. Nanae Takahashi & Fuuka defeated Natsuki*Taiyo & Hanako Kobayashi when Takahashi used an Iku Bomb on Kobayashi.
5. Yumiko Hotta defeated Asami Kawasaki with a Palm Strike.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 15, 2009, 11:16:45 PM
Clips of Hotta vs. Kawasaki

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzRoo9Mwy1M
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 16, 2009, 03:22:05 PM
The Union show (an offshoot of DDT) featured Sakura Hirota's return to regular ring action, along with honoring Emi Sakura for winning the Tokyo Sports joshi award.  See if you can guess who's with Sakura in this picture (yes, she wore her pink rookie swimsuit for her return).

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4b2955475da07_6.JPG)

UNION PRO "HAPPY XMAS" December 16, 200
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
302 Fans


1. Cherry defeated Sakura Hirota (10:03) with the Cherryton Bomb.
2. Masa Takanashi & Emi Sakura defeated 726 & Motosugu Shimizu (5:46) when Takanashi pinned 726 after mistaken gas bombing.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 16, 2009, 05:50:11 PM
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See if you can guess who's with Sakura in this picture (yes, she wore her pink rookie swimsuit for her return).

....that's not Sasori is it?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 16, 2009, 07:00:41 PM
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See if you can guess who's with Sakura in this picture (yes, she wore her pink rookie swimsuit for her return).

....that's not Sasori is it?

That's exactly who it is.  I think they are buddies, as Sakura actually wrestled at Sasori's retirement show earlier this year before her actual comeback match today.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 16, 2009, 07:20:33 PM
Weird, it took me forever to even come up with a guess, and finding old pics of Sasori on Google is surprisingly hard. They worked a bunch together back in 03 & 04 too

Amazing how much more attractive a girl can look when she's not bald and doesn't have a giant scorpion painted on her heard...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 17, 2009, 07:54:33 AM
Weird, it took me forever to even come up with a guess, and finding old pics of Sasori on Google is surprisingly hard. They worked a bunch together back in 03 & 04 too

Amazing how much more attractive a girl can look when she's not bald and doesn't have a giant scorpion painted on her heard...

You may have seen her and not recognized her in the google pics. She used to be MEGA PHATZ. But she lost most of it in AJW, which is unsurprising with all those joshi legends.....Dump, Nanae, Aja, Kyoko, Watanabe, Amazing Kong, Ito, Ayako Hamada.................NO ONE WAS TOUCHING ANY FOOD EVER!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 20, 2009, 06:17:29 AM
ITO DOJO December 20, 2009
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Magnetic Force Offer Match: Kaoru Ito defeated Kuniko Hayase (Aki Takakhura) with a Brainbuster.
2. Toshie Uematsu defeated Aki Kambayashi with the Solarina.
3. Manami Toyota & Hanako Kobayashi defeated Yumiko Hotta & Tomoko Morii when Kobayashi used a Fisherman's Suplex Hold on Morii.
4. Takako Inoue defeated Shu Shibutani with the Beauty Fist.
5. Noriyo Tateno, Aja Kong, & Cherry defeated Kaoru Ito, Ayako Sato, & Asami Kawasaki when Kong used a Vertical Drop Brainbuster on Kawasaki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 20, 2009, 09:28:14 AM
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5. Noriyo Tateno, Aja Kong, & Cherry


what an odd random team
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 21, 2009, 06:01:27 AM
Fuka & Shirai Sisters participation in ASUKA MASK FESTIVAL on 12/20 at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
"Fuka Final Fiesta": Tiger Fuka & Passion 7 beat Mio & Io Shirai in 12:05. 7 pinned Mio after Passion Press.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 20, 2010, 10:30:39 AM
Results from Nanae Takahashi's Passion Red "4PASSION" event yesterday at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 300 paid (full house/sellout).
Emi Sakura beat Passion Ray in 11:49.

Passion Hotty & Ikuto Hidaka (ZERO1) beat Toshie Uematsu & Munenori Sawa (BattlARTS) in 10:54. Hotty pinned Uematsu after Pyramid Driver.

Nanae Takahashi, Fuka & Kazumi Shimouma beat Aja Kong, Yoshiko Tamura & Ryo Mizunami in 23:21. Takahashi pinned Mizunami.

NEO High Speed Champion Natsuki*Taiyo beat Tomoka Nakagawa in 19:07 to retain the title. V1 for Natsuki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 21, 2010, 09:08:48 AM
RINGSTARS March 21, 2010
Osaka World Building
204 Fans


1. POK Championship Decision Match: Ayumi Kurihara defeated Yumi Ohka, Moeka Haruhi, Aya Yuki, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Mio Shirai, Io Shirai, Sakura Hirota, & Bullfight Sora. Kurihara becomes the 2nd POK (butt-bumping) champion.
2. Asami Kawasaki & Cherry vs Shu Shibutani & Ryo Mizunami (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. WA Championship: Kagetsu defeated Sakura Hirota (3:25) with a Back Flip. Kagetsu becomes the 2nd champion.
4. Kana Mask vs RING*STAR (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.
5. Chikayo Nagashima & Sonoko Kato defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (18:43) when Nagashima used a Fisherman's Buster on Io.
6. Tomoka Nakagawa & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated A*YU*MI & Misaki Ohata (17:55) when Nakagawa used the Australian Arm on A*YU*MI.

I'm not sure who was playing the RING*STAR gimmick.  I guessing maybe Fuuka or Ray?  I'm pretty surprised to see Kurihara lose the main event to Tomoka, especially with her all over the promo posters.

Here's the deal with the WA Championship: The day before, at the WAVE show, Hirota invoked the "you can recycle old gimmicks after seven years" rule of pro-wres and created the "WA Championship", a parody of the WWWA "Red Belt" from AJW much like she had the parody "HHH Championship" that mocked the AAAW belt in GAEA.  She summarily lost to Yumiko Hotta. I guess Hotta wasn't interested in defending, so Hirota tried her luck with young Ms. Ishino today.  That didn't work either.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba4c34ace73f_4-3.jpg)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba5bc00e3c80_4-3.jpg)

OSAKA GIRLS PRO March 21, 2010
Osaka World Building
Debut Show
204 Fans


1. Kana defeated "Goddess Girl" (4:23) with a German Suplex Hold. (Shu or Ray behind mask?)
2. Keito defeated Aya Yuki (14:03) with a Modified Shubain.
3. Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu vs GAMI & Police-woman (30:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4. Shimono Debut: Kagetsu defeated Sawako Shimono (13:09) with a Back Flip.

Osaka Girls only got three trainees, and only one survived to debut.  So obviously it can't survive as a stand-alone promotion.  Sawako Shimono, the only debutant, is an Osaka native, as was most of today's card, including GAMI and Shimono's opponent, Sendai's Kagetsu, fresh off winning the WA Championship: Shimono's pretty stout and got the unusual honor of main eventing in her debut.  She lost, of course.  GAMI then challenged Kagetsu after the match.  They are going to run Osaka again in June and it's going to be GAMI & Shimono against Kagetsu and a Sendai Girl of her choice.  I assume Shimono will probably start working WAVE shows in the meantime.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba60f282985a_5-1.jpg)

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba6119bd57a9_6-3.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on March 21, 2010, 06:47:55 PM
Question about the Ringstars results...is Kana Mask, actually Kana wearing a mask?? Had to ask *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 21, 2010, 07:18:02 PM
Question about the Ringstars results...is Kana Mask, actually Kana wearing a mask?? Had to ask *haha

Nah it was Nanae in a horse mask.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 22, 2010, 04:10:04 AM
Kana Mask
(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba5bd754037d_5-1.jpg)

RING*STAR
(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba5bd7543e23_5-2.jpg)

"Goddess Girl" (from the Osaka Girls show)
(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4ba614d3f1c55_2-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: cainan on March 22, 2010, 04:31:06 PM
Im not to big on Kana in a mask (mainly coz i cant see her lovely face, hehe) but i can live with it. Glad she used a German Suplex Hold.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 26, 2010, 05:47:57 AM
Results from today's Meiko Satomura participation in SMASH 1 at Shinjuku Face:
Meiko Satomura beat SYURI in 11:06 by ref stoppage (sleeper hold).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: EP28 on March 28, 2010, 01:50:09 AM
FUKA MATSURI 13 "FUKA FESTIVAL FIN ~FUKA RETIREMENT MATCH~", 28.03.2010 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,550 Fans - Super No Vacancy


1. Fuka Matsuri Opening Young Fight: Io Shirai besiegt Kagetu (8:24) mit einem Rider Kick.
2. Fuka Matsuri Rumble: Riho warf Minoru Suzuki über das Top Rope (19:42). Weitere Teilnehmer: FUKA Kid, Bolshoi Kid , Tanny Mouse, Yuki Miyazaki, Emi Sakura, Yumiko Hotta, GAMI, Yumi Ohka, Bullfight Sora, Caribbean KIM, Mio Shirai, Kikutaro, Small Antonio Inoki & Small Giant Baba.
3. Woman of Wind - Advent of Tiger Soldier Perfection ~Tigre FUKA FINAL~: Tigre FUKA & Leon besiegen HIROKA & Princesa Sujei (8:50) nach einem Mac von FUKA gegen Sujei.
4. Fuka Matsuri MEN´S Fight: Ultimo Dragon & Madoka besiegen NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA (11:43) nach dem Asai DDT von Ultimo gegen MAZADA.
5. Fuka Request Match ~Future Ace Battle~: Yumi Ohka & Misaki Ohata vs. Ayumi Kurihara & Natsuki*Taiyo - Time Limit Draw (15:00).
6. Fuka Retirement Match ~Forever Fuka~: Nanae Takahashi besiegt Fuka (16:33) mit dem Nanaracka.

Purolove.com
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: cainan on March 28, 2010, 06:19:15 AM
I'll kind of miss Fuka. Never a great wrestler imo but cute and entertaining.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on March 28, 2010, 07:47:37 AM
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Fuka Retirement Match


(http://failuretopaycreditcard.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/i-survived-infidelity.jpg)

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_oySRRtVWWII/Sw88BNZBUuI/AAAAAAAAAPM/e4GNnSBXKe0/s400/zzzIts%2520Over.jpg)

(http://maxdog.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/sayonara.jpg)

(http://attachments.techguy.org/attachments/143620d1230592588/bonvoyage.gif)

(http://sanster.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/smurfs_smurf_a_gram_blue_bon_voyage.jpg)

AND DON'T COME BACK!!!!!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 28, 2010, 08:56:42 AM
That's okay. She wouldn't want you as a fan.[/rzombie]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: rzombie1988 on March 28, 2010, 09:08:40 PM
That's okay. She wouldn't want you as a fan.[/rzombie]
Thanks for the plug.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on March 29, 2010, 06:54:24 AM
That's okay. She wouldn't want you as a fan.[/rzombie]
Thanks for the plug.
(http://joshifans.com/joshifansforum/shoutBox/img/emoticons/grin.png)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on March 29, 2010, 08:30:33 PM
All right, everybody! Sing along with me!! *haha

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsaTElBljOE
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 11, 2010, 01:05:12 PM
Miyako Matsumoto & Nanae Takahashi participation in DDT/Union Pro result today:
Ricky Fuji beat Masa Takanashi & Miyako Matsumoto in 9:27 by pinning Matsumoto.
Nanae Takahashi beat Cherry in 15:32.

Natsuki*Taiyo participation in DDT/Cruiser's Game result today:
Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga beat Yuki Sato & Natsuki*Taiyo in 11:24. Senga pinned Sato.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 13, 2010, 01:52:20 PM
Over the next 3 shows, including today, ZERO1 is doing a series of Apple Miyuki vs. Bambi matches as part of their events. Today's result:
Bambi beat Apple Miyuki in 6:31.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 17, 2010, 11:15:34 PM
JAPW: Old School 4/17/10
Annie Social defeated Misaki Ohata
Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Sumie Sakai and Tomoka Nakagawa
Sara Del Rey defeated Ayumi Kurihara


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on April 18, 2010, 02:29:41 AM
who books JAPW's women division?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 18, 2010, 05:42:07 AM
Results courtesy of Blog Resuner, http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10511862544.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2/entry-10511862544.html)

This will probably be the only set of results I'll find since Ito Dojo doesn't seem to have a website anymore (unless you count Ito's homepage which is updated less frequently than LLPW's).

I don't blame Sakura for quitting out of shame  *bwah

ITO DOJO April 18, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Tomoko Morii vs Kazumi Shimouma (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Hanako Kobayashi & Cherry defeated Asami Kawasaki & Kana when Cherry used the Cherryton Bomb on Kawasaki.
3. Aki Kambayashi defeated Sakura Hirota by submission due to "embarassment".
4. Ayako Sato defeated Mai Ichii with a German Suplex Hold.
5. Kaoru Ito & Aja Kong defeated Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue when Kong used an Uraken on Inoue.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 22, 2010, 10:58:47 AM
(http://zero1-news.sakura.ne.jp/sblo_files/zero1-result/image/422-3.jpg)
History's First Twitter Match took place today in ZERO1. It was won by Emi Sakura, who beat Kikutaro in 9:23 after Shining Wizard.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 29, 2010, 11:33:14 AM
Result from JWP & NEO participation in Big Japan yesterday at Korakuen:
Yoshiko Tamura & Kaori Yoneyama beat [marusera] & Tanny Mouse in 13:13. Tamura pinned Tanny.
No, it was not a hardcore/death match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 29, 2010, 12:27:42 PM
The joshi results of today's shows at Shinjuku FACE.  I've only found match times and attendance for the Kana show. 

KANA PRODUCE April 29, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
509 Fans


1. Kana & Ayumi Kurihara defeated Toshie Uematsu & Sawako Shimono (12:09) when Kurihara used a Missile Kick on Shimono.
3. GENTARO, Yuji Hino, & Kota Ibushi defeated MEN'S Teoih, Munenori Sawa, & GAMI (19:09) when Ibushi used a Dragon Suplex Hold on GAMI.
5. Meiko Satomura defeated Kana (16:49) with the Scissors Sleeper Hold.

For you Kana haters.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4bd92cdc36d6b_5-2.JPG)

VADER TIME April 29, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
? Fans


3. Shirai Sisters 3rd Anniversary Match: Mio Shirai defeated Io Shirai with a Cradle.
6. Basara Return: Basara & Bambi defeated Asami Kawasaki & Apple Miyuki when Basara used a German Suplex Hold on Miyuki.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 29, 2010, 12:46:13 PM
New costume for Kana, huh?

And if she drew 509 she pretty much packed FACE...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 29, 2010, 01:26:26 PM
She said on her blog (ameblo.jp/anak-anak) that it was, based on my translation, a "super full house". Not quite a Full House, that's roughly 600 for Face.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on April 30, 2010, 01:29:39 AM

For you Kana haters.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4bd92cdc36d6b_5-2.JPG)


not really that much of a Kana hater (more like an objective fan of Kana) ... so she's testing the waters now if she can strike on her own?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 02, 2010, 05:03:04 PM
Results I've been able to figure out from a joshi-heavy DDT/Union Pro event Saturday at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 369 paid (super full house/overflow).
"Tamura harmony generation (style - E woman section)" & Riho beat Lingerie Muto daughter & Hikaru Sato child in 8:47. Riho pinned Muto daughter.

Toru Owashi & Tanomusaku Toba beat Bullfight Sora & "Sanwa [horusutain] it is thick" in 10:11. Toba pinned Sanwa.

Kota Ibushi & Makoto beat Aja Kong & Ken Ohka in 11:28. Makoto pinned Ohka after an errant Kong spinning backfist.

Toshie Uematsu beat Masa Takanashi in 15:44.

Cherry & Shu Shibutani beat "Ishikawa [jiyai] child" &  "[shigeko] deluxe-" in 14:11. Cherry pinned [shigeko].
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 03, 2010, 10:43:05 AM
Results I've been able to figure out from a joshi-heavy DDT/Union Pro event Saturday at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 369 paid (super full house/overflow).
"Tamura harmony generation (style - E woman section)" & Riho beat Lingerie Muto daughter & Hikaru Sato child in 8:47. Riho pinned Muto daughter.

Toru Owashi & Tanomusaku Toba beat Bullfight Sora & "Sanwa [horusutain] it is thick" in 10:11. Toba pinned Sanwa.

Kota Ibushi & Makoto beat Aja Kong & Ken Ohka in 11:28. Makoto pinned Ohka after an errant Kong spinning backfist.

Toshie Uematsu beat Masa Takanashi in 15:44.

Cherry & Shu Shibutani beat "Ishikawa [jiyai] child" &  "[shigeko] deluxe-" in 14:11. Cherry pinned [shigeko].

If you link to the Japanese results page I can help with the name translations...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 03, 2010, 11:00:48 AM
It certainly would, here's the link:
http://www.ddtpro.com/result/union/article/1272724092/ (http://www.ddtpro.com/result/union/article/1272724092/)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 04, 2010, 11:26:47 AM
It certainly would, here's the link:
http://www.ddtpro.com/result/union/article/1272724092/ (http://www.ddtpro.com/result/union/article/1272724092/)

1. Kazuyo Tamura & Riho beat Lingerie Muto daughter & Hikaru Sato child in 8:47. Riho submitted Muto daugher with a crab hold.

2. Toru Owashi & Tanomusaku Toba beat Bullfight Sora & Futoshi Miwa in 10:11. Toba pinned Miwa with a horizontal cradle.

3. Kota Ibushi & Makoto beat Aja Kong & Ken Ohka in 11:28. Makoto pinned Ohka after an errant Kong spinning backfist.

4. Toshie Uematsu beat Masako Takanashi in 15:44 with the Solarina.

5. Cherry & Shu Shibutani beat Jaiko Ishikawa & Shigeko Deluxe in 14:11. Cherry pinned Shigeko with the Fantasy Illusion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 05, 2010, 08:50:50 AM
DDT ran a "Muscle" sub-brand event yesterday with one joshi match on it:
Sakura Hirota Retirement Match & Ceremony: Emi Sakura beat Sakura Hirota in 6:28.
I wouldn't take retirement too seriously here, this is DDT and I understand Hirota has a day job...(there is an AV idol named Sakura Hirota. Probably not the same person but I couldn't hold back any longer on pointing it out, haha)

Also, result from joshi participation in Big Japan's 15th Anniversary event yesterday at Yokohama Cultural Gym:
[marusera], Manami Toyota & ? beat Aja Kong, GAMI & Bullfight Sora in 13:45. [marusera] pinned Sora.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 05, 2010, 10:59:39 AM
Marcela and Ariya were Toyota's tag partners
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 09, 2010, 07:18:35 AM
BEGINNING May 9, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Mizuki Endo defeated Basara (8:12) with a Kenka Kick.
2. Yumiko Hotta defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto (6:12) with a Palm Strike.
3. Ayumi Kurihara defeated Ranmaru (8:27) with a Missile Kick.
4. Yumi Ohka defeated Hanako Kobayashi (11:18) with the Neck Hanging Bomb.
5. Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue defeated Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (17:01) when Inoue used the Beauty Fist on Mio.
6. Yuu Yamagata & Kana defeated Asami Kawasaki & Cherry (14:00) when Yamagata used the Celebration on Kawasaki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 20, 2010, 06:51:17 AM
Shirai Sisters participation in ZERO1 result from today:
Mr. X & XX beat Mio & Io Shirai in 15:20 by DQ (Mio DQ'd).
Mio got DQ'd for tearing off X's mask.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on May 20, 2010, 06:33:31 PM
Shirai Sisters participation in ZERO1 result from today:
Mr. X & XX beat Mio & Io Shirai in 15:20 by DQ (Mio DQ'd).
Mio got DQ'd for tearing off X's mask.

boo for the DQ finishes
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 23, 2010, 05:43:15 AM
Quick results of note from Jewels 8th Ring (MMA) today at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
Saori Isihoka beat Mai Ichii by submission (armbar) at 2:41 of round 2. (Main Event)
Hiroko Yamanaka beat Atsuko Emoto by unanimous decision.
And the one that is going to make a lot of guys kinda sad...Celine Haga beat Mika Nagano by unanimous decision. Boooooooo...that snaps Mika's 5-fight winning streak.
Only one thing really went right on that card: Harumi Harumi did what she does best-lose.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on May 25, 2010, 08:53:49 AM
Results of note from yesterday's OZ Academy/Big Japan co-produced event in Hokkaido:
Manami Toyota beat Aja Kong & Ayumi Kurihara in a 3-way in 9:06 by pinning Kong.

Men's Teioh & AKINO beat Mototsugu Shimizu & Chikayo Nagashima in 9:38. Teioh pinned Shimizu after Miracle Ecstasy.

Ran Yu-Yu & Tomoka Nakagawa beat Sonoko Kato & Nao Komatsu in 12:46. Nakagawa pinned Komatsu with a German suplex hold.

Daikokubo Benkei, Abdullah Kobayashi & Dynamite Kansai beat Ryuji Yamakawa, Tomokazu Taniguchi & Mayumi Ozaki in 8:20. Kobayashi pinned Taniguchi after a diving Bakachinga elbow.

Due to the Carlos Amano injury there were 2 changes from the original card:
The tag match of Kong & AKINO vs. Toyota & Kurihara became a 3-way.
AKINO replaced Amano in the mixed tag match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 14, 2010, 06:16:20 AM
Results from various participation in DDT over the weekend:
Sunday (Union Pro Ricky Fuji-produced event at Isami Wrestle Arena):
Yuki Miyazaki beat Cherry in 8:46.
Emi Sakura beat Shuji Ishikawa in 10:57.

Saturday (Riho participation in DDT at Korakuen):
Riho & Mr. 6 beat Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega in 3:02. Apparently there were over top rope rules in effect, that’s how they won.
Kenny Omega, Riho & Mr. 6 beat Mr. Strawberry, Muscle Sakai & OK Revolution in in 39 seconds. Omega pinned Sakai. This apparently was for something called the Sea Of Japan World 6 Man Title. (OK was apparently a late replacement for Ken Ohka [injured])
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: EP28 on June 14, 2010, 10:38:17 AM
(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1276429354/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight_all/201006/13/20100613004.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1276429354/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight_all/201006/13/20100613005.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on June 14, 2010, 06:06:46 PM
Quote
(OK was apparently a late replacement for Ken Ohka [injured])

 *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 15, 2010, 09:25:48 AM
Riho will be back in DDT next month, she's on the card for their annual megashow at Ryogoku on 7/25. She'll be teaming with Omega & Mr. 6 to face Freedom Hill (?) 6 Man Tag Team Champions KUDO, Yasu Urano & Antonio Honda and UWA World Trios Champions Hikaru Sato, Keisuke Ishii & YOSHIHIKO in a 3-way for the titles. Which means, for those unfamiliar with DDT, we might get the perverted and extremely silly sight of Riho wrestling with a blowup sex doll made to look like Hulk Hogan.

Elsewhere, result from WAVE participation in Big Japan on 6/5 (Big Japan is usually slow to put up results):
GAMI & Shu Shibutani beat Yumi Ohka & Moeka Haruhi in 14:42. GAMI pinned Haruhi after a diving elbow drop.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 25, 2010, 07:06:21 AM
Result from Kana participation in SMASH 4 today at Shinjuku Face:
Syuri beat Kana in 13:58. Finished her with a right high kick.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on June 25, 2010, 09:31:35 AM
Result from Kana participation in SMASH 4 today at Shinjuku Face:
Syuri beat Kana in 13:58. Finished her with a right high kick.

Photos here - http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/photo/2010/2010062502/5/index.html (http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/photo/2010/2010062502/5/index.html)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1277479498/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201006/25/20100625014.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1277479498/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201006/25/20100625017.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on June 28, 2010, 07:13:00 AM
Results from Emi Sakura & Bambi participation in ZERO1 today:
In a Twitter Match, Ikuto Hidaka & Emi Sakura (Ice Ribbon) beat Shoichi Uchida & Bambi (K-DOJO) in 13:07. Hidaka pinned/beat Uchida.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on July 05, 2010, 06:07:37 PM
Result from Kana participation in SMASH 4 today at Shinjuku Face:
Syuri beat Kana in 13:58. Finished her with a right high kick.

Well, so much for the theory of Kana in Smash leading to her getting booked better...

Nothing against Syuri but Kana really should be above losing to her.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 05, 2010, 06:16:35 PM
Result from Kana participation in SMASH 4 today at Shinjuku Face:
Syuri beat Kana in 13:58. Finished her with a right high kick.

Well, so much for the theory of Kana in Smash leading to her getting booked better...

Nothing against Syuri but Kana really should be above losing to her.

Kana's getting main event booking WITHOUT Nanae in both Wave and Neo...#justsayin
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on July 05, 2010, 06:53:54 PM
Quote
Kana's getting main event booking WITHOUT Nanae in both Wave and Neo...#justsayin

Eh, that's kind of a stretch. Don't you have to be IN main events for that to happen. 1 time in the triple tails tag but that's about it,  all her other matches of late have been mid card stuff.

She's been mostly winning true but 1) I doubt that even 1% of that has anything to do with SMASH/Tajiri and 2) she's mostly just beaten a bunch of lower card girls who only an idiot would put over her to begin with. Picking up wins over the Shirais, Mai Ichi, etc... & going to a draw with GAMI is hardly THAT impressive. The closest thing would be her win over Ohka in 3 mins I guess but well, it's crap or get off the pot time with Ohka and it looks like WAVE just chose the latter.

Not at all trying to say Kana has been booked horrible of late because she hasn't but at the same time it's nothing hugely praise worthy either. When she makes it past 3rd match on the show on a consistent basis & starts beating a lot of significant names in high profile matches then i'll start jumping for joy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 05, 2010, 07:05:36 PM
A) Being Beaten by Shuri at the start of their feud sounds like sound booking B) It's WAY too early to start pandering to whether or not Tajiri's helped her booking.  Give her a few months and if she's still a midcarder then yeah Tajiri didn't really help her booking.

Plus she's still not on the official roster so maybe Tajiri doesn't have anything to do with her booking.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 12, 2010, 10:09:29 AM
There was a show in Ishinomaki (a city in Miyagi Prefecture northeast of Sendai) produced by Kazushi Miyamoto with a joshi match.  The big deal here was the return of Basara to the Sendai area (although not in the actual city).  On her blog, she mentioned seeing Zepp Sendai from the train and seemed a bit nostalgic, as the 4th anniversary show was there on Friday.  She switched trains in Sendai (she took Shinkansen from Tokyo to Sendai).

BTW, that tattoo that Basara has on her neck was a bad idea, and I'm not even against tattoos.  At least Kana still had her nice long hair (yes, she still looks good without it).

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c3b46e86f09f_DSC02854.JPG)

KAZUSHI MIYAMOTO PRODUCE July 10, 2010
Ishinomaki Synethesis Gymnasium
853 Fans


4. Kana & Basara defeated Apple Miyuki & Aya Yuki (12:36) when Kana used an Uraken on Yuki.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Coffee on July 12, 2010, 07:23:23 PM
BTW, that tattoo that Basara has on her neck was a bad idea, and I'm not even against tattoos.  At least Kana still had her nice long hair (yes, she still looks good without it).

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c3b46e86f09f_DSC02854.JPG)

KAZUSHI MIYAMOTO PRODUCE July 10, 2010
Ishinomaki Synethesis Gymnasium
853 Fans


4. Kana & Basara defeated Apple Miyuki & Aya Yuki (12:36) when Kana used an Uraken on Yuki.



i don't know if Basara's being eccentric or she really had bad taste. unfortunately i could only comment on her image at the moment since most of the matches she got booked into are not available on DVD
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 18, 2010, 06:09:12 AM
Results from today's Misae Genki Produced event at Iruma City Minamimine Seishin Industry Transportation Special Ring:
They claimed 743 paid (full house/sellout).
Takako Inoue beat Makoto in 10:50.

Mr. Guts Man & Tsubo Genjin beat La Macriada & "pretty Ota" in 10:50. Man pinned Ota.

Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Aiger/Eiger in 9:50.

Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki beat Carlos Amano & Sonoko Kato in 19:54. Tanny pinned Amano.

Ran Yu-Yu beat Aya Yuki in 13:52.

Yoshiko Tamura & Mima Shimoda beat Manami Toyota & Toshie Uematsu in 19:35. Tamura pinned Uematsu after a running elbow.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 21, 2010, 04:45:32 AM
Results of the second "Daijo" or "Osaka Girls" show.  This is an off-shoot of WAVE featuring the rookie Sawako Shimono, who is from Osaka (as is GAMI).  Highlight for me is Sakura Hirota pulling out the ridiculous platform boots again to do a parody of Yumi Ohka in her match against Ohka's alter-ego Sakura Candle.

(http://l-ring.jp/picture/file4c462af85f05e_DSC03948.JPG)

DAIJO (OSAKA GIRLS) July 19, 2010
Osaka World Building
184 Fans


1. Kana, Mio Shirai, & Io Shirai defeated GAMI, Policewo~man, & Benten-jo (18:40) when Kana used a Sliding Kick on GAMI.
2. Megumi Yabushita defeated Basara (7:36) with a Palm Strike.
3. Sakura Candle defeated Sakura Hirota (as Yumi Ohka) (12:03) with the Candle Twist.
4. Kaoru Ito defeated Shu Shibutani (12:02) with the Diving Footstomp.
5. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu defeated GAMI & Sawako Shimono (19:30) when Ran used a Forearm Smash on Shimono.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 24, 2010, 04:36:16 AM
Notable results from today's SMASH 5 at Shinjuku Face (first of 2 events they're running):
They claimed 590 paid (super full house/overflow).
Kana beat Syuri in 3:06 by submission. Based on translation of the writeup SMASH did on their website, it was what some of us would call a squash. At the very least Syuri seemed to be selling an arm injury afterwards (Kana won by armbar/armbreaker).

U-Gene (Nick "Eugene" Dinsmore), Scotty 2 Hotty & TAKA Michinoku (replacement for Mickie James) beat TAJIRI, KUSHIDA & Lin Bairon in 17:12. Scotty pinned KUSHIDA after W-O-R-M WORM.

SMASH 6 coming up later with Toshie Uematsu participation.

SMASH 6 notable results:
They claimed 600 paid (super full house/overflow).
Akira Shoji & Toshie Uematsu beat AKIRA & Lin Bairon in 11:36. Uematsu pinned Bairon with a schoolboy.

U-Gene & Syuri beat Scotty 2 Hotty & TAKA Michinoku in 13:15. U-Gene pinned Scotty with a schoolboy. TAKA subbed for Mickie James again.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 25, 2010, 04:59:43 AM
More details hopefully coming later, but it appears Riho is taking a lot of gold back to Ice Ribbon with her. She pinned Antonio Honda in a 3-way trios match to retain the Sea Of Japan 6 Man Tag Team Titles and win the UWA World Trios Title and the Freedom hall 6 Man Tag Team Titles at today's DDT event. She teamed with The Great Kojika and Mr. 6. Kojika was a late replacement for original partner Kenny OMega, who was tapped to face Naomichi Marufuji instead of original opponent Kota Ibushi (shoulder).

Update: Kojika, Riho & 6 win in 12:02 when Riho pins Honda. Kojika, Riho & 6 retain Sea Of Japan Titles, win Freedom Hall Titles and become the 42nd UWA World Trios Champions. You go, girl!

Correction: The Freedom Hall Titles are actually the DDT Jiyugaoka 6 Person Tag Team Titles, which are for 2 men & 1 woman...or in this case, 1 girl.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on July 25, 2010, 10:28:59 AM
More details hopefully coming later, but it appears Riho is taking a lot of gold back to Ice Ribbon with her. She pinned Antonio Honda in a 3-way trios match to retain the Sea Of Japan 6 Man Tag Team Titles and win the UWA World Trios Title and the Freedom hall 6 Man Tag Team Titles at today's DDT event. She teamed with The Great Kojika and Mr. 6. Kojika was a late replacement for original partner Kenny OMega, who was tapped to face Naomichi Marufuji instead of original opponent Kota Ibushi (shoulder).

Update: Kojika, Riho & 6 win in 12:02 when Riho pins Honda. Kojika, Riho & 6 retain Sea Of Japan Titles, win Freedom Hall Titles and become the 42nd UWA World Trios Champions. You go, girl!

WOOO HOOO You go Mistah Sixuu!!!!

(http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4020/4261679977_afcd2e3b43.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 25, 2010, 11:21:37 AM
Kojika with Riho and Mr. 6 must set some sort of record for largest age difference between tag team partners.  He's old enough to be their grandfather.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on July 31, 2010, 04:59:57 AM
Quick results from wrestler participation in Jewels 9th Ring today at Shinjuku Face:
Jewels Lightweight GP:
Mika Nagano beat Celine Haga by submission (armbar) at 2:52 of round 1.
Seo Hee Ham beat Mai Ichii by unanimous decision.
Non-Tournament: Super Benkei (will verify later) beat Esui by submission (armbar) at 4:34 of round 1. This was MMA rules and not ShootBoxing as I had first read.

Nagano advances to the Jewels Lightweight GP semifinals on 12/17 at Korakuen and avenges her loss to Haga at Jewels 8. Needless to say I am quite happy about this.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 01, 2010, 06:12:14 AM
Results from Hiroyo Matsumoto participation in today's Miracle Man Produced event at Himeji Minato Dome (probably why she didn't do NEO today):
Tigers Mask, Black Buffalo & Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Kikutaro, Kanjuro Matsuyama & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru in 16:14. Matsumoto pinned Matsuyama after a backdrop.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 01, 2010, 08:31:44 AM
A couple of joshi results from the "new" FMW, including Basara & Bambi's V1 of the junior tag titles.

Shin FMW July 30, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

2. Hailey Hatred defeated Keito (5:58) with a Backdrop.
4. TLW Young Women's Tag Team Championship: Basara & Bambi defeated Aya Yuki & Aki Shizuku (11:11) when Basara used a German Suplex Hold on Shizuku. Basara & Bambi succeed in the 1st defense.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 03, 2010, 09:00:37 AM
There was a joshi match at today's Dradition event at Shinjuku Face, result:
They claimed 600 paid (full house/sellout).
Yumi Ohka beat Sawako Shimotsuke in 8:32.
(http://dradition.jp/result/2010/08/03_images/photo010.jpg)

(http://dradition.jp/result/2010/08/03_images/photo011.jpg)

(http://dradition.jp/result/2010/08/03_images/photo012.jpg)

Images from Dradition's website, dradition.jp.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 05, 2010, 06:33:36 AM
Supposedly there was a joshi match on today's All-Japan event, result from that:
Basara beat Ranmaru in 9:02.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 09, 2010, 04:13:03 AM
Results from a joshi match on Sunday's DDT/Union Pro event:
In a Drop Kick Rules match, Cherry vs. Emi Sakura went to a no contest in 10:03 (Black Cherry interference).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 12, 2010, 04:28:50 AM
Result from a joshi match on Saturday's Big Japan event:
Manami Toyota beat Hamuko Hoshi in 15:42.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on August 13, 2010, 06:56:59 PM
Black Cherry you say???
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: EP28 on August 14, 2010, 05:08:44 AM
Black Cherry is masked Riho
http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm (http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on August 14, 2010, 08:41:41 AM
Black Cherry is masked Riho
http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm (http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm)

That is SOOO cool *approve *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 14, 2010, 09:46:45 AM
Could've been more convincing if Riho could've worn a different outfit instead of what she always wears.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 16, 2010, 08:35:32 AM
Results from a joshi match at yesterday's Fukumen Mania 15 at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
Io Shirai, Kana & Hailey Hatred beat Mio Shirai, Basara & Apple Miyuki in 13:42. Hatred pinned Miyuki after a Fisherman's Buster.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 20, 2010, 06:35:27 AM
Results from Kana participation in Osaka Pro today at Korakuen:
Kana & Asami Kawasaki beat Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & ? in 10:25. Kana beat ? with mounted punches. The ? I believe is one of Osaka Pro's numerous comedy wrestlers (and an old guy), so it was probably kinda funny...then again, I cretainly wouldn't mind being mounted and punched out by Kana...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 20, 2010, 08:34:33 AM
Black Cherry is masked Riho
http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm (http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm)

The eternal rivalry CONTINUES!
(http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q93/TheElfenLiedPictureShow/RihoFTW_xvid.gif)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on August 20, 2010, 09:20:42 AM
Results from Kana participation in Osaka Pro today at Korakuen:
Kana & Asami Kawasaki beat Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & ? in 10:25. Kana beat ? with mounted punches. The ? I believe is one of Osaka Pro's numerous comedy wrestlers (and an old guy), so it was probably kinda funny...then again, I cretainly wouldn't mind being mounted and punched out by Kana...
It was Takaku Fuke

Black Cherry is masked Riho
http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm (http://www.miyatasan.com/~yagifau/2010/union100808-2.htm)

The eternal rivalry CONTINUES!
(http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q93/TheElfenLiedPictureShow/RihoFTW_xvid.gif)
It looks like she was on Cherry's side this time.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 20, 2010, 09:05:34 PM
At the FMW show, Hailey Hatred and Yoshiko Tamura went to a double count out. Hailey said her tongue is black and blue from all those elbows and kicks to the face in the corner.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 22, 2010, 01:28:07 PM
from the RINGSTARS blog

Triple Tails Independent Performance
"Kemono Matsuri"
August 22, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
360 fans


5. Triple Tails vs. Tokyo Gurentai - Best of 2/3 Falls Match:

NOSAWA, FUJITA & KIKUZAWA def. Kana, Mio Shirai & Io Shirai (2-1)

Kana def. KIKUZAWA (14:55) with a school boy

KIKUZAWA def. Io (26:13) with a jumping power bomb

FUJITA def. Mio (32:33) with the Sasuke Segway

4. Embarassment stretch vs. Sex Bomber:

Yuki Miyazaki def. Shinobu (8:34) via Referee Stoppage

3. Triple Tails Recommended 3-WAY Ikemen Match:

Tetsuhiro Kuroda def. Madoka & Ultraman Robin (9:52) when Kuroda used the Samson Clutch on Madoka.

2. Onryo vs. Masamune (12:09) went to a double-countout

1. Haley Hatred & Basara def. Apple Miyuki & Aya Yuki (10:42) when Hatred pinned Apple with a wrist-clutch backdrop driver.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on August 22, 2010, 03:41:26 PM
Why did a Tokyo Gurentai match go 30+ minutes? What kind of drugs is Kana on?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 22, 2010, 04:16:48 PM
Maybe she's also a juggalo. Hey, if NOSAWA does another of his NOSAWA Bom-Ba Ye events and it gets her on it I'm all for it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 27, 2010, 04:49:23 AM
The Shirai Sisters made a couple appearances in Osaka Pro this week, results:
Tuesday:
Atsushi Kotoge & Mio Shirai beat Kanjuro Matsuyama & Io Shirai in 13:19. Kotoge pinned Matsuyama after a moonsault press.

Wednesday:
Tigers Mask, Black Buffalo & Io Shirai beat Atsushi Kotoge, Kanjuro Matsuyama & Mio Shirai in 11:46. Io pinned Matsuyama with a small package.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 29, 2010, 05:47:54 AM
Results of note from today's ShootBoxing Girls S-Cup evnet:
Mai Ichii won the reserve fight by majority decision. That meant she would've been in the semis or finals had someone else not been able to continue. That didn't happen, the tournament was won again by RENA.

Fuka vs. Nanae Takahashi technically was a draw, since it was an exhibition match there was no winner or loser.

There also was a Fuka-produced special fight, I don't know the participants' names.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 29, 2010, 12:32:51 PM
Results of note from today's ShootBoxing Girls S-Cup evnet:
Mai Ichii won the reserve fight by majority decision. That meant she would've been in the semis or finals had someone else not been able to continue. That didn't happen, the tournament was won again by RENA.

Fuka vs. Nanae Takahashi technically was a draw, since it was an exhibition match there was no winner or loser.

There also was a Fuka-produced special fight, I don't know the participants' names.

From the photos it looks like they mostly did a worked shoot boxing/pro wrestling match.

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1283107278/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201008/29/20100829037.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1283107278/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201008/29/20100829038.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1283107278/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201008/29/20100829042.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1283107278/img.sports.yahoo.co.jp/spnavi/photo/fight/201008/29/20100829046.jpg)

http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/photo/2010/2010082912/11/index.html (http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/photo/2010/2010082912/11/index.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on August 30, 2010, 06:34:36 AM
LOL! I guess "retired" and "shoot" both would have to be in quotes for any report on this.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on August 30, 2010, 08:37:55 AM
Fuka only came out of retirement for this "fight". Not planning a comeback at least in-ring, might do some more work as a trainer or promoter.

From today's SMASH 7:
Syuri & Lin Bairon beat Tomoka Nakagawa & Toshie Uematsu in 11:36. Bairon pinned Nakagawa after a moonsault press.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: General HENkada on August 30, 2010, 04:20:52 PM
Fuka only came out of retirement for this "fight".
And the next "one" that will follow... and so on and so forth...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 30, 2010, 05:31:00 PM
Kinda odd that she's wanting to do everything in wrestling BUT wrestling.

Maybe she just doesn't want to be embarassed that her modeling career didn't pan out, like how Nigel joined TNA probably because he was embarassed that he didn't end up getting into the WWE despite all that build up.

I agree with HEN that she'll probably just keep coming out of retirement til she goes back to a semi-full schedule.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 30, 2010, 07:52:56 PM
Didn't see them posted anywhere:

Shin AJW, 8/27/10
Tochigi Prefectural Bunka Center Sub Arena
400 Fans

1. Sawako Shimono beat Moon Mitsuki (8:46) with a Samoan Drop.
2. Kaoru Ito beat Tomoka Nakagawa (14:31) with the Spiral Bomb.
3. Yumiko Hotta/Takako Inoue beat Tsubasa Kurigaki/Tomoko Morii (13:24) when Hotta used a Tiger Driver on Morii.
4. GAMI/KAZUKI beat Ran YuYu/LEON (18:28) when GAMI used a Dragon Suplex Hold on LEON.
5. Manami Toyota/Kayoko Haruyama beat Yumi Ohka/Misaki Ohata (15:02) when Haruyama used a Diving Guillotine Drop on Ohata.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on August 30, 2010, 08:09:37 PM
Old chicks beat on young chicks and win, with 99% of the time it being the oldest on the youngest. YAWN
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on August 31, 2010, 08:55:11 AM
Old chicks beat on young chicks and win, with 99% of the time it being the oldest on the youngest. YAWN

Hey now, it's SHIN ZENJO...what's old is new. Or something...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 05, 2010, 05:54:41 AM
Results from more Kana participation in Osaka Pro today:
Masamune, Atsushi Kotoge & Kana beat Kuishinbo Kamen, Ebessan 3 & Kanjuro Matsuyama in 13:10. Kotoge pinned Matsuyama after a moonsault press.

Results from DDT/Union Pro on Sunday:
Black Cherry (Riho) beat Cherry in 9:48.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: EP28 on September 06, 2010, 09:49:02 AM
Results from DDT/Union Pro on Sunday:
Black Cherry (Riho) beat Cherry in 9:48.

Some photos here:
http://twitpic.com/photos/kosuke48?page=2 (http://twitpic.com/photos/kosuke48?page=2)

Is the second masked girl Hikari Minami?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 14, 2010, 06:43:20 AM
NEW AJW September 12, 2010
Shizuoka Fuji San Messe
315 Fans


1. Ayako Sato defeated Sawako Shimono (10:22) with a Missile Kick.
2. Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI defeated Command Bolshoi & Sachie Abe (14:25) when Uematsu pinned Bolshoi.
3. Manami Toyota defeated Hanako Kobayashi (10:26) with a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
4. GAMI defeated Kayoko Haruyama (12:14) with a Small Package Hold.
5. Takako Inoue, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Yumi Ohka defeated Yumiko Hotta, Kaoru Ito, & Ran Yu-Yu (21:22) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Ran.

Basically a JWP/WAVE/Ito Dojo show.  It was a homecoming show for Toshie.

http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-10647668772.html (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-10647668772.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 18, 2010, 05:15:56 AM
Results from Ayumi Kurihara participation in CMLL yesterday via SportsNavi:
In a 2 of 3 falls match, Dark Angel, Ayumi Kurihara & Marcela beat Amapola, Mima Shimoda & Blanca Princesa 2-1 in 12:56. Kurihara pinned Princesa in 6:23, Princesa beat Amapola in 2:38, Marcela pinned Shimoda in 2:55.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 19, 2010, 06:38:46 AM
Results from Manami Toyota's first CHIKARA match in Baltimore last night (which I regrettably had to miss):
Manami Toyota beat Daizee Haze in 13:46.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 23, 2010, 03:11:14 PM
Results via http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/ (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/)

RINGSTARS "NOODLES PRO" September 23, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Yoshiko Tamura & Ayumi Kurihara defeated Ramen Woman and Roasted Pork Filet Woman when Tamura used a Modified Schoolboy on Pork Filet Woman.
2. JWP Openweight Championship: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Misaki Ohata with the Roll Through German Suplex Hold. Yoneyama succeeds in the 4th defense.
3. Royal Ramen Rumble: Leon defeated Yuki Miyazaki with a Cross Leg Jackknife Hold. Others, in order of elimination: Ayumi Kurihara, Nagisa Nozaki, Aya Yuki, Makoto, Toshie Uematsu, Tanny Mouse, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Sonoko Kato, Yoshiko Tamura, GAMI, Chikayo Nagashima.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on September 26, 2010, 12:00:19 PM
Results from a joshi match(es) on today's Dradition event:
Kana beat Sawako Shimotsuke in 11:41.

Kana won a battle royal in 16:17.

From DDT:
Emi Sakura, The Great Kojika & Ultraman Robin beat Hikaru Sato, Michael Nakazawa & Tomomitsu Matsunaga in 9:05 by DQ (Nakazawa DQ'd).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on September 26, 2010, 06:06:28 PM
Results from a joshi match(es) on today's Dradition event:
Kana beat Sawako Shimotsuke in 11:41.

Kana won a battle royal in 16:17.


BEST b-day present for Kana...two wins in one show *haha

Way to go, B-day girl *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 08, 2010, 04:45:09 AM
Some results of note from today's NOSAWA BOM-BA-YE event at Korakuen:
Gran Hamada, Chicken Boy, El Pantera & Ayako Hamada beat Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, Takuya Sugawara, Mima Shimoda & ? in 11:02. Boy pinned ?.

Sanshiro Takagi won a 15 person Gauntlet Match in 24:25, last eliminating TAKA Michinoku. Kana participated in this match and was the 9th person eliminated.

After the first match, there was a trailer/demonstration for Yuzuki Aikawa's upcoming event/in-ring debut with Aikawa, Fuka (her trainer) and NOSAWA. According to my translation, the demo involved punching and kicking a bag and breaking a board via striking, which took her 2 tries.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 10, 2010, 06:26:39 AM
Jewels ran their 10th event today, results from Mai Ichii participation:
ROUGH STONE GP 2010 -52kg Class Semifinals: Mai Ichii beat Masako Yoshida by unanimous decision. As a result, Ichii advances to the finals to face Hiroko Kitamura, the other semi winner. Kitamura is 5-1 career.

Mika Nagano was in attendance for matchup pairings for the Lightweight GP Semifinals in December. She drew Seo Hee Ham as her foe. Ham is 5-3 career, all wins by decision. Interestingly, her last fight was a win over Ichii so she's going for 2 in a row over Ice Ribbon.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 10, 2010, 03:47:52 PM
NORIYO TATENO PRODUCE "FINAL NECKBREAKER" October 10, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
Tateno 30th Anniversary & Retirement Show


1. Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
2. Kana, Misaki Ohata, & Ayako Sato defeated Moeka Haruhi, Cherry, & Sawako Shimono (13:01) when Kana used a German Suplex Hold on Shimono.
3. Battle Royale: Harley Saito defeated Command Bolshoi (24:50).  Others: Jaguar Yokota, Jumbo Hori, Dump Matsumoto, Yumiko Hotta, Aja Kong, Mayumi Ozaki, Dynamite Kansai, Kaoru Ito, Eiger, Reika, Bachiko, GAMI, Mizuki Endo, Sakura Hirota.
4. Tateno Retirement Match: Harley Saito & Ayumi Kurihara defeated Noriyo Tateno & GAMI (14:14) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Tateno.

Tateno did put Ayumi over on her way out.  Sakura Hirota ended up being the mystery guest-wonder why no Kandori?  I don't know if Hirota cosplayed or not.  Apparently Sayuri Okino (Eiger's creepy friend in LLPW) was there, but I don't think she wrestled.  She hasn't been in a match for a few years, although there's never been a formal retirement.

EDIT: Photos at http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2010/10/30-ac07.html (http://fukiroku2006.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2010/10/30-ac07.html)
I think Hirota was doing Eiger, leaving Endo to be herself.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 11, 2010, 11:31:08 AM
Kandori was at Noriyo's retirement show, just not as a wrestler.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 11, 2010, 11:45:31 AM
Result of note from today's K-DOJO event at Sapporo Teisen Hall:
Tomoka Nakagawa beat Bambi in 8:59.

Also, I'm trying to confirm this but there's a chance the 5-brand show today with Ice Ribbon participation was cancelled. That's according to something I saw on Big Japan's website.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 11, 2010, 01:14:19 PM
ZERO1/Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka Produce "EMBLEM NIGHT", 11.10.2010
Shinjuku FACE

3. Special Singles Match: Hikaru Kanemoto beat Lingerie Muto (10:12) with a Flying Cross Armbreaker.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 12, 2010, 09:02:17 AM
Was able to find some 5-brand co-produced results from yesterday via the Ringstars blog:
In a 5-way ladder match where apparently you had to grab a quiz hung above the ladder and correctly complete it to win, Kengo Mashimo (K-DOJO) beat Chii Tomiya, Ryuji Ito (Big Japan), Jun Kasai (Freedoms) & Antonio Honda (DDT) in 12:38.

Yuu Yamagata & Hamuko Hoshi beat Bambi & Sayaka Obihiro in 11:32. Hoshi pinned Obihiro after a diving body press.

In a 10 person Royal Rumble-style tag team elimination match, Abdullah Kobayashi (Big Japan), Makoto Oishi (K-DOJO), HARASHIMA (DDT), Takashi Sasaki (Freedoms) & Makoto beat Daisuke Sekimoto (Big Japan), Yuji Hino (K-DOJO), Yasu Urano (DDT), The Winger (Freedoms) & Kazumi Shimouma in 18:59.
Order of entry: Makoto, Winger, Oishi, Sekimoto, HARASHIMA, Urano, Kobayashi, Sasaki, Shimouma.
Order of elimination: Winger by Makoto at 6:59, Makoto by Urano at 8:43, Oishi by Urano at 13:37, Shimouma by HARASHIMA at 14:42, Sasaki by Sekimoto at 15:33, Sekimoto by HARASHIMA at 16 minutes, HARASHIMA by Hino at 16:20, Hino by Koabyashi at 17:17, Urano by Kobayashi at 18:59. Kobayashi survives, his team wins.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on October 12, 2010, 09:31:32 AM
ZERO1/Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka Produce "EMBLEM NIGHT", 11.10.2010
Shinjuku FACE

3. Special Singles Match: Hikaru Kanemoto beat Lingerie Muto (10:12) with a Flying Cross Armbreaker.
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Just so you know, "Hikaru Kanemoto" is Hikaru Sato doing a Koji Kanemoto gimmick.

 It's not Hikaru the joshi wrestler, though it is suppose to be a pun.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 15, 2010, 11:01:15 AM
Result from today's ZERO1 Kohei Sato & KAMIKAZE produced event:
Bambi beat Makoto in 8:04.

Scheduled participation for Sunday: Natsuki*Taiyo & Tomoka Nakagawa among possibly others.

Also announced: Nanae Takahashi is off 10/20. She was originally announced as participating but apparently producer/wrestler Shito Ueda jumped the gun in making the announcement and has since announced she won't be on the card. Refunds for tickets will be given upon request.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 17, 2010, 10:22:40 AM
DAIJO October 17, 2010
Osaka World Hall
171 Fans


1. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu defeated KAORU & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (15:27) when Ran used a Forearm Smash on Ranmaru.
2. GAMI defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto (14:51) with a Small Package after an eye poke.
3. (???) Police~man defeated Police~man (9:20)
4. Sawako Shimono & Aya Yuki defeated Benten-jo & Kana (13:32) when Shimono pinned Benten-jo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 17, 2010, 05:42:18 PM
Result from today's ZERO1/Ikuto Hidaka & Ryouji Sai produced event:
Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Natsuki*Taiyo went to a 15 minute time limit draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 30, 2010, 07:38:04 PM
Results of note from today's SMASH 9 at Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 590 paid (super full house/overflow).
Kim Nanpun & Danny Dougan beat Lin Byron & Yusuke Kodama in 8:27. Nanpun pinned Byron.

Syuri & Nagisa Nozaki beat Toshie Uematsu & Tomoka Nakagawa in 7:21. Syuri pinned Uematsu.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on October 31, 2010, 06:09:58 AM
Results from today's Yuzuki Aikawa Produced event at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 442 paid (super full house/overflow).
Hailey Hatred beat Basara in 8:37 by ref stoppage.

Stardom Exhibition Match: ? vs. ? went to a 3 minute time limit draw.

Tomoka Nakagawa beat Hiroyo Matsumoto & Natsuki*Taiyo in a 3-way in 12:46 by pinning Matsumoto.

Yuzuki Aikawa Debut Match: Nanae Takahashi beat Yuzuki Aikawa in 13:51.

The show also featured a dance performance by the group NEO PLATINUM and another performance during the show.

It also appears that Aikawa will continue in wrestling for now as part of Stardom, which will also include Natsuki*Taiyo. Nanae is the promotion's manager and Fuka is the GM. Aikawa stated defeating Nanae is her goal. Her match was reportedly received quite well and she got a lot of encouragement from the audience afterwards.

And of course some photos via SportsNavi:
(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1288522686/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20101031/201010310002-spnavi_2010103100003_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1288522686/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20101031/201010310002-spnavi_2010103100004_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1288522686/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20101031/201010310002-spnavi_2010103100005_view.jpg)
(Last one was post-match)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on October 31, 2010, 09:15:54 AM
A little "scary"...how much Yuzuki Aikawa looks like Fuka *omg
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 02, 2010, 10:40:57 AM
Result from KrisZ on the DVDVR board:

AAA 10/31 - Deportivo Metropolitano de Neza (TV taping)
1. Gato Eveready/Cinthia Moreno/Mari Apache beat Io & Mio Shirai/Yuriko

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 03, 2010, 05:52:40 AM
Not a good day for Riho in DDT today...
Hikaru Sato, Michael Nakazawa & Tomomitsu Matsunaga beat UWA World Trios, Sea Of Japan 6 Man & DDT Jiyugaoka 6 Person Tag Team Champions The Great Kojika, Riho & Mr. 6 in 13:33 to win the titles. Sato, Nakazawa & Matsunaga become the 43rd UWA World Trios Champions & the 7th DDT Jiyugaoka 6 Person Tag Team Champions. (Sato wins UWA Titles for the 2nd time) Matsunaga pinned Kojika after Tommy Bomber.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 04, 2010, 08:00:15 PM
There was a title match at yesterday's DDT tripleheader, specifically the Union Pro event. Results:
JWP Openweight CHampion Kaori Yoneyama beat Cherry in 16:41 to retain the title. V6 for Yoneyama.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on November 05, 2010, 12:48:58 AM
There was a title match at yesterday's DDT tripleheader, specifically the Union Pro event. Results:
JWP Openweight CHampion Kaori Yoneyama beat Cherry in 16:41 to retain the title. V6 for Yoneyama.

What is with these random defenses? Yone now has as many successful defenses as Hikari Fukuoka, and she did that in almost two years. She'll probably break the record for most SD's soon.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 05, 2010, 06:48:13 AM
2 to go. The record is 8 (Kayoko Haruyama).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on November 05, 2010, 06:04:01 PM
There was a title match at yesterday's DDT tripleheader, specifically the Union Pro event. Results:
JWP Openweight CHampion Kaori Yoneyama beat Cherry in 16:41 to retain the title. V6 for Yoneyama.

What is with these random defenses? Yone now has as many successful defenses as Hikari Fukuoka, and she did that in almost two years. She'll probably break the record for most SD's soon.

Probably because the joshi world is much smaller, now. The talent pool isn't as big (some defenses would be against free agents or women with home base outside of JWP. It probably happened at Union Pro because Cherry is more aligned with them than she is the greater joshi world) and JWP is the last standing "true" joshi promotion with many women "going into business for themselves" and are novelty members of male rosters (like the Shirais and Kana).

Not only that, all of puro has changed since the 90s. A champion can no longer sit on the belt and not defend it for months.

Now, a champion has to go outside of their home (partly as cross promotion). Part of it could be to really establish Yoneyama as a top player by having defenses against all comers. And to make the eventual loss a big rub for whoever gets it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 22, 2010, 07:07:32 AM
Results of note from today's SMASH 10 event:
Scotty 2 Hotty, AKIRA, KAORU & Nagisa Nozaki beat Nunzio, TAKA Michinoku, Toshie Uematsu & Tomoka Nakagawa in 10:39. Scotty pinned Nunzio after WORM.

In a Handicap Match, Lin Byron beat Kim Nanpun & Leatherface in 5:29.

Syuri & Kana beat Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama in 12:19. Syuri pinned Sakura after a high kick.

Injury Report: Byron had to go it alone due to the absence of her partner (and main squeeze) Golem Knight. Unknown injury.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 27, 2010, 03:55:06 PM
Results from Passion Red "5PASSION" today at Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol:
They claimed 225 paid (super full house/overflow).
Usual Passion Red intro starts, but it was interrupted by Yuzuki Aikawa. Promo with Nanae Takahashi follows.

Yuki Miyazaki beat Kagetu in 10:22.

Passion Hotty & Toshie Uematsu beat Kayoko Haruyama & Tsukasa Fujimoto in 11:30. Hotty pinned Fujimoto after a tiger driver.

Leon beat NEO High Speed Champion Natsuki*Taiyo in 21:40 to win the title. Leon becomes the 4th NEO High Speed Champion. FYI: It appears Natsuki made one successful defense outside NEO as this was her 4th defense (I thought it was the 3rd).

Yoshiko Tamura & Emi Sakura beat Nanae Takahashi & Kazumi Shimouma in 23:15. Tamura pinned Shimouma after a running elbow. Promo by Nanae afterwards asking for one last singles match with Tamura. Which led to...
Special Match: Nanae Takahashi vs. Yoshiko Tamura went to a 5 minute time limit draw. Afterwards, Nanae made one more request: That she be the opponent in Tamura's retirement match in NEO on 12/31. Outside chance it could be a title match should Tamura still be champion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 27, 2010, 04:47:05 PM
Kind of surprised Natsuki lost the belt to Leon. I figured they might want to take it to STARDOM.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on November 27, 2010, 06:19:01 PM
It'll probably be retired when NEO shuts down, just as well. I wouldn't mind Nanae being Tamura's final opponent on 12/31 either.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on November 28, 2010, 10:28:37 AM
JoshI said the title was transferred to STARDOM.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 28, 2010, 12:12:38 PM
Joshi matches from the Super FMW show.

Super FMW November 27, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
250 Fans


3. AIW/TLW World Women's Championships: Hailey Hatred defeated Kyoko Kimura (15:59) by count-out.  Hatred successfully defends both titles.
4. Sexy Star & Cherry Bomb defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Senri Kuroki (6:25) when Star used the Sexy Bomb on Kuroki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 01, 2010, 09:39:41 AM
JOSHI 4 HOPE November 30, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
171 Fans


1. TLW World Women's Championship, Decision Match: Kaori Yoneyama & Hailey Hatred defeated Cherry Bomb & Sexy Star (13:50) when Hatred used a Liger Bomb on Cherry.  Yoneyama & Hatred become the 1st champions.
2. Yoshiko Tamura vs Madison Eagles (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.
3. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (16:56) when Miyazaki used a Gedo Clutch on Ohata.
4. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Ayumi Kurihara (14:17) with the Australian Arm.

Nakagawa agreed to team with Kurihara at her 5th anniversary show against AKINO & Ayako Hamada. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: LUKIE on December 01, 2010, 06:50:23 PM
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Australian Arm

Strong Arm.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on December 01, 2010, 09:48:33 PM
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Nakagawa agreed to team with Kurihara at her 5th anniversary show against AKINO & Ayako Hamada.

So now she's going to be in Kurihara's shadow? GREEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTT.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on December 01, 2010, 11:23:40 PM
Nakagawa has a reason to wrestle Ayako since they fought in SHIMMER. It also seems from the bare results that Nakagawa beat her then, out of pity, decided to team with her. Kurihara has a lot to learn about keeping people in her shadow.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 02, 2010, 07:03:40 AM
Nakagawa has a reason to wrestle Ayako since they fought in SHIMMER. It also seems from the bare results that Nakagawa beat her then, out of pity, decided to team with her. Kurihara has a lot to learn about keeping people in her shadow.

Tomoka also said that this is a one time deal.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 02, 2010, 09:36:24 AM
I think it was out of her no-showing their last match and whatnot.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 05, 2010, 04:50:36 AM
Some photos of the show:

(http://i51.tinypic.com/1i1ke0.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/5n10km.jpg)

(http://i56.tinypic.com/2u43qts.jpg)

(http://i54.tinypic.com/242hh7n.jpg)

(http://i51.tinypic.com/20uwrat.jpg)

(http://i55.tinypic.com/2uqyl2s.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/2n01lxt.jpg)

(http://i51.tinypic.com/ke86dv.jpg)


From https://twitter.com/# (https://twitter.com/#)!/youji4876

(http://i54.tinypic.com/9fwtg2.jpg)

(http://i51.tinypic.com/157zsjo.jpg)

(http://i55.tinypic.com/swv2wi.jpg)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 14, 2010, 07:23:33 AM
AYUMI KURIHARA PRODUCE "AYUMI's STYLE-5th ANNIVERSARY" December 12, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
600 Fans


1. A*YU*MI & Ultimo Dragon defeated Leon & Space Lone Wolf (11:48) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Wolf.
2. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Sawako Shimono (12:21) with a Diving Knee Drop.
3. Toshie Uematsu defeated Mika Iida (12:23) with a Diving Body Press.
4. Aja Kong, GAMI, Yuki Miyazaki, & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Misaki Ohata, Cherry, Moeka Haruhi, & Ayako Sato (18:47) when Aja used a Diving Elbow Drop on Ohata.
5. AKINO & Ayako Hamada defeated Ayumi Kurihara & Tomoka Nakagawa (30:07) when AKINO used the Tornado A on Kurihara.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 14, 2010, 02:47:16 PM
I usually don't post K-DOJO results, but here are a few from the weekend.  They are most notable for the redebut of Aoi Ishibashi, a 17 year old who was briefly on the NEO roster late last year.  She's from Fukuoka, so the redebut was in her hometown.  I don't know if she's going to join K-DOJO or be an active freelancer or only work indy shows in Fukuoka.

K-DOJO December 12, 2010
Hakata Star Lanes
327 Fans


2. Yuu Yamagata & Bambi defeated Aoi Ishibashi & Makoto Oishi (11:39) when Yamagata used a Crab Hold on Ishibashi

K-DOJO December 13, 2010
Kumamoto South Hall
238 Fans


2. Yuu Yamagata defeated Aoi Ishibashi (5:08) with a Crab Hold.
3. Marines Mask II, Kaji Tomato & Mentai*Kid defeated Saburo Inematsu, Shinsuke Jet Wakabata & Bambi (12:52) when Marines Mask II used La Magistral on Bambi.

Also Yuu Yamagata will have a 10th anniversary match on December 25th at K-DOJO's Korakuen Hall show, teaming with Aja Kong against Bambi & Makoto.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 15, 2010, 09:56:24 AM
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5. AKINO & Ayako Hamada defeated Ayumi Kurihara & Tomoka Nakagawa (30:07) when AKINO used the Tornado A on Kurihara

Question for some of you on the board. If NEO & seemingly every other company that uses Kurihara are stupid & horrible for not putting her over and pushing her to the the moon, is Kurihara herself also then stupid & horrible for never putting herself over in the main events of her own shows?

What is the sound of 1 hand clapping??  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 15, 2010, 01:05:57 PM
She did kinda at the 2008 one. It's kinda weird she doesn't take after AKINO in that...AKINO put herself over in every match at her birthday show.  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 15, 2010, 01:16:13 PM
Everyone in joshi is stupid and horrible.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 15, 2010, 04:50:01 PM
She did kinda at the 2008 one. It's kinda weird she doesn't take after AKINO in that...AKINO put herself over in every match at her birthday show.  *haha

Starting Over??? She lost in the main thear too, twice at that since it was 2/3 falls :)
She picked up the 1 win her team got but still...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 15, 2010, 05:20:39 PM
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5. AKINO & Ayako Hamada defeated Ayumi Kurihara & Tomoka Nakagawa (30:07) when AKINO used the Tornado A on Kurihara

Question for some of you on the board. If NEO & seemingly every other company that uses Kurihara are stupid & horrible for not putting her over and pushing her to the the moon, is Kurihara herself also then stupid & horrible for never putting herself over in the main events of her own shows?

What is the sound of 1 hand clapping??  *haha
Silent unless said hand is being slapped against something, haha.

Quote
I don't know if she's going to join K-DOJO or be an active freelancer or only work indy shows in Fukuoka.
Freelancer.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on December 15, 2010, 07:11:45 PM
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5. AKINO & Ayako Hamada defeated Ayumi Kurihara & Tomoka Nakagawa (30:07) when AKINO used the Tornado A on Kurihara

Question for some of you on the board. If NEO & seemingly every other company that uses Kurihara are stupid & horrible for not putting her over and pushing her to the the moon, is Kurihara herself also then stupid & horrible for never putting herself over in the main events of her own shows?

What is the sound of 1 hand clapping??  *haha

Because the argument, of course, was that every Joshi promotion that doesn't push Kurihara to the moon is stupid and horrible. It was not at all about one specific opportunity that seemed like the perfect place to give her one big win.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 16, 2010, 02:10:32 PM
TENRYU PROJECT "GEKIRYU"  December 14, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
425 Fans

3. Battle Queen Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta & Keito defeated Manami Toyota & Ayako Sato (19:46) when Hotta used a Pyramid Driver on Sato.

Tenryu Project is a place for old men and women to hang out and wrestle.  This is the first Tenryu Project show that Kyoko Inoue missed.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 17, 2010, 08:26:59 AM
Not necessarily. Last I checked, Hi69/HIROKI isn't that old.

Jewels 11th Ring went down earlier today at Korakuen, results of interest:
Hiroko Kitamura beat Mai Ichii by unanimous decision.
Jewels Lightweight GP: Seo Hee Ham beat Mika Nagano by split decision. Boooooooo...
Esui beat Shizuka Sugiyama by TKO (towel) at 13 seconds of round 2. Esui is now 1-1 in MMA.
For those wondering, the GP winner and thus the first Jewels Lightweight Champion is Ayaka Hamazaki.
There was also a special demonstration by some of the Stardom girls led by Fuka and a special appearance by former Hustle star KG to promote a movie she's starring in. It's due out in Japan in February. There also was a related exhibition match and weapons demonstration.

From today's ZERO1 event:
Nanae Takahashi beat Emi Sakura in 11:39.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on December 17, 2010, 08:56:57 PM
TENRYU PROJECT "GEKIRYU"  December 14, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
425 Fans

3. Battle Queen Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta & Keito defeated Manami Toyota & Ayako Sato (19:46) when Hotta used a Pyramid Driver on Sato.

Tenryu Project is a place for old men and women to hang out and wrestle.  This is the first Tenryu Project show that Kyoko Inoue missed.

If there can be entire cards with no psychology and lots of pointless kicking the old timers that don't want to fuck with any of that shit can have their own hang out. As long as relative newbies can have the clout to promote their own shows the old timers can have their own shows. Why you gotta nitpick about old people hanging out and wrestling as if the only genre that can exist (overexposed) freelancers that everybody loves? At least the old people are bigger names and just want to entertain the fans they have left and get paid like aforementioned overexposed freelancers that apparently deserve the moon on a string.

Everyone in joshi is stupid and horrible.

Then stop following it.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 17, 2010, 11:10:19 PM
Everyone in joshi is stupid and horrible.

Hmmm....I think 1JoshI was being sarcastic.....
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 18, 2010, 12:04:17 AM
Amused that his Tenryu project joke went over everyone's head...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 18, 2010, 12:35:47 AM
Amused that his Tenryu project joke went over everyone's head...

Didn't go over my head, just didn't find it amusing enough to comment on other than it being Men's LLPW
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 24, 2010, 08:46:41 AM
Results from the Cherry show and from SMASH's Xmas Eve show.  Check out the Cherry Produce thread in the Modern Joshi folder for photos of that show that our own Mr. Jacked Swagger took.  Thanks!  SMASH results from SportsNavi, didn't get all of the finishers.  Cherry results from the Ringstars blog-not clear who was taking the falls in GAMI/Hiroyo vs the Worst Alliance.  I'm sure all the Kana haters like the idea of the TAJIRI Buzzsaw Kick, and Yoneyama got her V9, to break Kayoko Haruyama's record for most successive title defenses. 

SMASH "INCIDENT EVE" December 24, 2010
Shinjuku FACE
570 Fans


0. AKIRA defeated Bambi (5:44)
1. Jessica Love defeated Emi Sakura (5:35) with a Swanton Bomb.
2. Toshie Uematsu, Tomoka Nakagawa, & Cherry defeated Hikaru Shida, Tsukasa Fujimoto, & Sayaka Obihiro (10:56) when Cherry pinned Obihiro.
3. Akira Shoji defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (6:00).
4. Hajime Ohara defeated Lin Bairon (6:23).
5. Hardcore Match: KAORU defeated AKIRA (10:49).
6. Isami Kodaka, Yusuke Kodama, & Makoto defeated KUSHIDA, Chii Tomiya, & Hikari Minami (11:49) when Makoto used a Double Arm Suplex Hold on Tomiya.
7. TAJIRI defeated Kana (11:33) with a Buzzsaw Kick.
8. JWP Openweight Championship: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Shuri (12:49) with a German Suplex Hold. Yoneyama succeeds in the 9th defense. 

CHERRY PRODUCE "FANTASY ILLUSION 4" December 23, 2010
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
273 Fans


1. GAMI & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Dump Matsunanga & Bull Nakazawa (0:11) when GAMI used a Lariat on ?.
1a. Restart: GAMI & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Dump Matsunaga & Bull Nakazawa (0:07) when GAMI used a Lariat on ?.
1b. Restart: GAMI & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Dump Matsunaga & Bull Nakazawa (8:05) when GAMI pins ?.
2. KEIKO Debut Match: KEIKO defeated Lingerie Muto Daughter (5:35).
3. Shuji Ishikawa & Yumi Ohka vs Shigehiro Irie & Kyoko Kimura (11:10) went to a no-contest due to interefence by the Worst Alliance.
3a. Shuji Ishikawa, Shigehiro Irie, & Yumi Ohka defeated Dump Matsunaga, Bull Nakazawa, & Bison Kimura Kyoko (1:23) when Ohka used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Nakazawa.
4. Iron Man Match: Cherry defeated Yumi Miyazaki (60:00) by 2 falls to 1. Cherry used the Fantasy Illusion on Miyazaki (11:05). Miyazaki used the Gedo Clutch on Cherry (20:35). Cherry used the Spring Night Love on Miyazaki (59:56).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on December 24, 2010, 09:24:05 AM
I told you TAJIRI would make her humble.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 24, 2010, 10:52:03 AM
Lin should have won. Yeah for TAJIRI kicking Kana in the face. Sort of surprised actually I was expecting either a Kana victory or Tajiri to take it via school boy. Wonder if he wrestled more seriously than the usually pervy act.
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Post by: King of Joshi on December 24, 2010, 04:33:47 PM
GAMI pinned Bull all three times.

Tajiri match was straight up and very tense, besides Tajiri coming out wearing Kana's glasses. She stared down that motherfucker a good minute before engaging. It was awesome. He rape misted her afterwards. Pics to come, but get over the "humbling" thing though. That's Joshi fan fic. When you see the real thing you realize how people make too big a deal about a lot of things here (like the Tranny Dump comments on Ayumi).

Lin and SHURI were outstanding.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on December 24, 2010, 04:36:05 PM
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I'm sure all the Kana haters like the idea of the TAJIRI Buzzsaw Kick,

Yes, yes I do. I hope he did it like he meant it but knowing him he probably didn't and didn't go perv with it because he likes/respects Kana as a wrestler and is trying to put her over as tits that can be taken seriously. Another missed opportunity for some much needed Kana humbling; fanfic or not.

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5. Hardcore Match: KAORU defeated AKIRA (10:49).

I'm a terrible person: I want to see this.

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8. JWP Openweight Championship: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Shuri (12:49) with a German Suplex Hold. Yoneyama succeeds in the 9th defense.  

Okay, JWP now GO somewhere with it.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 24, 2010, 05:01:09 PM
I don't understand how Tajiri doing it would matter....the whole thing was about her doing it to her peers and one of them needing to show her she can't egt away with it. If you wanted to see her humbled, Tajiri doing it is meaningless. Also, I believe she can't really be humbled...Kimura straight up murked ehr several times, and each time it only made her crazier. Plus she's toned down anyway, so it doesn't really matter.

Were there cameras present? Thise whole show sounds amazing.
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Post by: King of Joshi on December 24, 2010, 05:59:38 PM
It was filmed. AKIRA's match was really good too. Poor guy really got a hard whipping from Bambi. Had welts well into the after party.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 24, 2010, 06:06:31 PM
Also, I believe she can't really be humbled...Kimura straight up murked ehr several times, and each time it only made her crazier. Plus she's toned down anyway, so it doesn't really matter.
Kimura only did it once and was disappointed in herself for busting Kana's head open.

It was filmed. AKIRA's match was really good too. Poor guy really got a hard whipping from Bambi. Had welts well into the after party.
Damn, I did not think Bambi was actually whipping people that hard.
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Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 24, 2010, 07:24:49 PM
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3. Akira Shoji defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki (6:00).
4. Hajime Ohara defeated Lin Bairon (6:23).
Kokube Sun & running forearm, respectively.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 24, 2010, 08:32:42 PM
Also, I believe she can't really be humbled...Kimura straight up murked ehr several times, and each time it only made her crazier. Plus she's toned down anyway, so it doesn't really matter.
Kimura only did it once and was disappointed in herself for busting Kana's head open.

It was filmed. AKIRA's match was really good too. Poor guy really got a hard whipping from Bambi. Had welts well into the after party.
Damn, I did not think Bambi was actually whipping people that hard.

She did it twice. The first time was before Kana even joined Passion Red. But like I said, if what Kimura did to her only made her even more fiery. Either way, Breakin Shu's face off seemed to make her think twice about all her head kicks. I don't have any complaints about her style anymore because she's working safely despite being so stiff.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on December 24, 2010, 10:05:04 PM
I don't think either of those incidents count as a "humbling".
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on December 24, 2010, 10:07:40 PM
Yes, yes I do. I hope he did it like he meant it but knowing him he probably didn't and didn't go perv with it because he likes/respects Kana as a wrestler and is trying to put her over as tits that can be taken seriously.

You're a piece of shit.

Yes, people should NEVER have differing opinions on wrestlers' motivations and careers. Especially if said wrestler is irrationally favored despite having no real depth of character or versatility (while being the type of wrestler who would go so far as to call others worthless in a desperate "manifesto" that was nothing more than a grab for attention and meant to divide joshi) that for some reason works on the easily manipulated/worked.

Tell us what's "right" Hyperion. Only your opinion matters. And of course, if anyone has a differing opinion about your precious favorite picks you take it extremely personally as if these women are your girlfriends despite not having a personal relationship with them.

That's pretty well-adjusted, just like your reasons for saying it's totally okay for Kana to be reckless and dangerous with co-workers or that it's okay for her to make pointless and inflammatory comments and call others worthless. Or your inability to sympathize with any wrestlers other than your favorites as if they are the only people whose careers matter. Classy.

Starscream, Hyperion, first and last warning before I defer to Maxpower to boot one or both of you.  I'm tired of the shit betwen you two.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 25, 2010, 12:17:47 AM
 *ban!

No more from either of you. Take a break, or you'll be forced to.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on December 25, 2010, 04:19:41 PM
HOPE to get the SMASH "Incident Eve" show on DVD from Jeff Lynch...looks like it was one helluva show!!

As for all you Kana haters who are SOOO thrilled at Kana getting kicked in the face by Tajiri...GET OVER YOUR JEALOUSY!!

I guess when you're as popular as Kana...and Ayumi Kurihara...are, you have to expect some people to HATE you *umm
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on December 25, 2010, 05:48:01 PM
As for all you Kana haters who are SOOO thrilled at Kana getting kicked in the face by Tajiri...GET OVER YOUR JEALOUSY!!

... I'm pretty sure no one is jealous of Kana. Please don't be a blind fanboy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on December 26, 2010, 12:27:17 AM
As for all you Kana haters who are SOOO thrilled at Kana getting kicked in the face by Tajiri...GET OVER YOUR JEALOUSY!!

... I'm pretty sure no one is jealous of Kana. Please don't be a blind fanboy.

I'm NOT a blind fanboy, thank you very much...and I don't apologize for my support of Kana *umm
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 26, 2010, 12:35:26 AM
No one's jealous though. The hate has nothing to do with her popularity, that's Ayumi who gets the ahte for it. Kana gets hate for being so controversial and being so stiff and one time even being dangerous to others with her stiffness.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 26, 2010, 01:39:37 AM
I the piece of shit thing was about you wanting to see Kana's head kicked in....and the ugly thing was about you seemingly getting at any wrestler who's attractive and calling their fans perverted fanboys who only like their tits. At least that's how I interpreted the comments...

No one's saying Ayumi deserves the world...they're saying she deserved taht one title, and not just for her but to get joshi more attention and to put over the new gen..
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 26, 2010, 04:12:17 PM
Neither of you seem to be able to refrain from provoking each other. It's one thing to state an opinion, and it's completely separate thing to rabble-rouse. You guys aren't children, we shouldn't have to tell you how to behave. The matter has been submitted to the powers that be. Further posts on this matter will be removed.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 29, 2010, 03:50:18 PM
Taunting:

(http://i53.tinypic.com/160akw3.jpg)

(http://i52.tinypic.com/282hu8k.jpg)

(http://i54.tinypic.com/96xfyq.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/ht8v38.jpg)

(http://i54.tinypic.com/11sd0tj.jpg)

The Kick:

(http://i54.tinypic.com/28vru9w.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/rjqx5h.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 29, 2010, 03:52:48 PM
And he wasn't done with her....

(http://i52.tinypic.com/24ybrev.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/xazvq.jpg)

(http://i56.tinypic.com/2a4tveq.jpg)

Wicked witch of SMASH:

(http://i54.tinypic.com/s2s7iw.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on December 29, 2010, 04:27:09 PM
Thanks for the pics, shupercousin *omg *approve

Looks like a helluva fight, actually...and only Kana can look good, covered in green mist *bwah

Tajiri WILL pay *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 31, 2010, 11:11:43 AM
Results of note from that super-big and super-crazy year-end indy summit at Korakuen earlier today with Ice Ribbon participation (they also co-produced the event with Big Japan, DDT, Freedoms & K-DOJO):
They claimed 2011 paid (full house/sellout).
19 Pro Special Dark Match: Hikaru Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto beat Kaori Yoneyama & Sayaka Obihiro in 9:35. Shida pinned Obihiro after an aerial brainbuster.

Hikari Minami, Riho & Tsukushi beat Bambi, Makoto & Hamuko Hoshi in 9:29. Riho pinned Hoshi.

That tournament with all 3-minute matches, where in case of draws winners were determined by rock-paper-scissors, was won by Command Bolshoi, beating The Great Kojika in the finals via rock-paper-scissors. Bolshoi beat Sanshiro Takagi in the quarterfinals in 1:33, then beat TAKA Michinoku in 2:07. Kana lost in the quarters to Yuki Ishikawa.

The 30 group royal rumble ultimately had 34 participants, each who entered bearing a weapon that was a symbol of their respective promotion, and was won by FUNAKI in 40:51. Of note: Chii Tomiya scored several eliminations and lasted over 38 minutes before being eliminated by Danshoku Dieno. Kaori Yoneyama became the first Yoneyama Class Champion when she eliminated Hikaru Sato at 20:01. She then took out Sayaka Obihiro 2 seconds later. Kaori was eliminated at 28:46 by Kenbai (Michinoku Pro). Tomiya went out at 38:08 via Danshoku Dieno.
As far as weapons, Kaori bought the JWP Openweight Title belt with her, Obihiro's weapon was a PC keyboard (symbol of 19 Pro), Tomiya's weapon was a loudspeaker.

In a 10 person elimination match, Kengo Mashimo, Mammoth Sasaki, Yuko Miyamoto, Munenori Sawa & Kazuhiro Tamura beat Shuji Ishikawa, Yoshihito Sasaki, HARASHIMA, Fujita "Jr." Hayato & Emi Sakura in 31:49. Sakura was eliminated by Mashimo at 23:51 via over the top rope. Only Sasaki survived.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 31, 2010, 11:22:00 AM
You know I would have been satisfied with just about anyone but Mashimo winning that match. That sucks.

What was Funaki's weapon exactly?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on December 31, 2010, 11:25:13 AM
Actually, I misread my translation and am fixing the post. Sasaki was the survivor. Mashimo went over the top rope too when he eliminated Sakura.

SportsNavi's report didn't say what Funaki's weapon was. Only that he was "representing" WWE.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 31, 2010, 12:04:09 PM
Awesome, I was hoping for a Sasaki victory (didn't matter which one).

I knew Funaki would be representing WWE so I was curious what he used as a symbol. I hope it was the spinner belt.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on December 31, 2010, 09:40:20 PM
I can't recall Funaki's weapon either.

Kana's match was funny. The crowd booed Ishikawa put her in a hold, because they assumed he'd molest her, but didn't. It went the time limit and she lost via rock, paper, scissors.

Emi's Yoneyama's elimination from the battle royal was epic, as she got Katana sliced and sold it like a classic samurai film.

Chii got a Dino driver, in between Dino basically having sex with a dude in the corner for most of the battle.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 01, 2011, 07:05:15 AM
Quick results from Shirai Sisters participation in today's ZERO1 event at Korakuen:
Shinsuke Wakataka & Io Shirai beat Yusaku Obata & Mio Shirai in 10:41. Wakataka pinned Obata.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on January 02, 2011, 12:11:54 AM
Quick results from Shirai Sisters participation in today's ZERO1 event at Korakuen:
Shinsuke Wakataka & Io Shirai beat Yusaku Obata & Mio Shirai in 10:41. Wakataka pinned Obata.

Io hit the rider kick on Obata and then Wakataka rolled him up. The Shirai's were totally taunting the boys, who didn't want to hit them. Mio really turned up the bitchiness factor since her team was the heels. It was funny seeing them rocking out to the idol half-time show. Io said next time in Mexico is March...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 03, 2011, 11:07:10 AM
Results from a "combined generation woman pro wrestling support campaign" match on today's DDT/Union Pro event at Korakuen:
Cherry, Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata beat Black Cherries 1, 2 & 3 in 12:49. Cherry pinned 2 after SPring Night Love.

Makoto may have participated as the second to Kim Nanpun, Chou-un Shiryu and someone else in a 6 person tag match. They lose and Nanpun lost the DDT Extreme Title to Isami Kodaka per some weird stips. (It's DDT, after all)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: EP28 on January 03, 2011, 12:53:59 PM
(http://art39.photozou.jp/pub/509/227509/photo/63055300.v1294083611.jpg)

Makoto is so adorable dressed in that way.

Other pics from the event here: http://photozou.jp/photo/list/227509/3339906 (http://photozou.jp/photo/list/227509/3339906)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 03, 2011, 02:30:58 PM
From today's K-DOJO event:
TAKA Michinoku & Bambi beat HIROKI & Aoi Ishibashi in 10:03. Bambi pinned Ishibashi after a standing Shining Wizard.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 13, 2011, 03:42:56 PM
Results from earlier in the week:
1/9 Tommy Ran Produced at Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 400 paid (super full house/overflow).
Command Bolshoi & Hiroyo Matsumoto beat GAMI & Ayumi Kurihara in 12:36. Matsumoto pinned GAMI with a schoolboy.

Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki beat Tomoka Nakagawa & Misaki Ohata in 12:36. Haruyama pinned Ohata after Keene Hammer.

KAZUKI & Sachie Abe beat Jaguar Yokota & Takako Inoue 12:40 by countout (Inoue counted out).

Tiger Mask 5 beat Kazuhiko Matsuzaki (?) in 7:35.

Mayumi Ozaki, Yumi Ohka & Kyoko Inoue vs. Yumiko Hotta, Dynamite Kansai & Kaoru Ito went to a no contest in 16:01.

Meiko Satomura beat Toshie Uematsu in 15:01.

1/10 Kana Produced at Shinjuku Face:
They claimed 423 paid (full house/sellout).
Meiko Satomura beat Sawako Shimotsuke in 8:07.

Hikaru Sato (DDT) beat GAMI in 11:22.

TAJIRI (SMASH) & Mio Shirai beat Mineo Fujita (Independent/Freelancer) & Io Shirai in 14:08. Mio pinned Io with help from TAJIRI.

In a Hardcore Match, Isami Kodaka vs. Katsuyoshi Usuda (?) went to a 15 minute time limit draw.

Tatsuhito Takaiwa, Kengo Mashimo & Shigehiro Irie beat Big Murakami, Kota ibushi & Keita Yano in 14:31. Takaiwa pinned Yano after Death Valley Bomb.

Yuki Ishikawa (BattlARTS) & Carlos Amano beat Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Kana in 22:28. Ishikawa beat Kana with a chicken wing.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 23, 2011, 06:45:51 AM
Results from today's REINA Fiesta 1/23 event in Chiba:
They claimed 177 paid.
Leon beat Senri Kuroki in 9:12.

Pretty Ota (?) beat Mr. Guts Man in 2:46.

Kaori Yoneyama beat Sachie Abe in 11:29.

Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota beat Kayoko Haruyama & Hanako Nakamori in 18:20. Toyota pinned Nakamori after a Japanese ocean queen bee bomb.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 23, 2011, 05:43:42 PM
Results from Blog Resuner.

OSAKA JOSHI PRO "4th STAGE" January 23, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Benten-Musume defeated masu-me with a Small Package Hold.
2. Mio Shirai defeated Mika Iida after a Kick.
3. Kana & Io Shirai vs Toshie Uematsu & Kagetsu went to a time-limit draw.
4. GAMI, Ran Yu-Yu, & Aya Yuki defeated Police-woman, Command Bolshoi, & Ranmaru when GAMI used the Gedo Clutch on Police-woman.
5. Osaka Laughter Championship (?): Kanjuro Matsuyama defeated Sakura Hirota.
6. Sawako Shimono Ten Match Series, Match #2: Ayako Hamada defeated Sawako Shimono with a Backspin Kick.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 23, 2011, 05:54:25 PM
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Osaka Laughter Championship (?)
That would be the Osaka Pro Owarai Championship, a comedy title in the Osaka Pro promotion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 23, 2011, 05:57:40 PM
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Osaka Laughter Championship (?)
That would be the Osaka Pro Owarai Championship, a comedy title in the Osaka Pro promotion.

Actually, I don't think this was the title they were competing for, unless Purolove missed a title switch, as Otokosakari is currently listed as the holder of the Owarai title.  I'm not really sure one way or the other, to be honest, and Matsuyama has held Osaka Pro's comedy title before and could easily have gotten it back.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 24, 2011, 05:31:19 AM
A lot of people missed it, I first noticed it when Ringstars mentioned the title match and my translation said "<Ace> Matsuyama intuition ten", which is Matsuyama. The only question is when/where the change happened, apparently it wasn't in Osaka Pro. (PS-Otokosakari is Alexander Otsuka)

Of note from today's All-Japan/Dragon Gate Co-Produced/GAORA 20th ANniversary Commemoration event at JCB Hall:
Dynamite Kansai, Carlos Amano & Chikayo Nagashima beat Mayumi Ozaki, Meiko Satomura & Aja Kong in 13:48. Nagashima pinned Ozaki after a fishermans buster.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 29, 2011, 05:50:46 AM
Quick results of note from today's SMASH 12:
Hajime Ohara & Jessica Love beat Lin Byron & Yusuke Kodama in 10:08. Ohara pinned Kodama after a Finnish-type forearm.
Serena beat Syuri in 9:30.

A second event today is in progress.

Results from SMASH 13:
Akira Shoji & Lin Byron beat Syuri & Yusuke Kodama in 12:33. Byron pinned Kodama.

Serena beat Makoto in 12:40.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on January 30, 2011, 07:31:48 AM
From today's SMASH at Osaka World Hall:
Mentallo & Lin Byron beat Syuri & Yuji Kito in 15:10. Mentallo pinned Kito after a moonsault press.

Kana beat Jessica Love in 8:08.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on February 06, 2011, 07:16:04 AM
Results from today's Yuzupon Matsuri at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 315 paid (full house/sellout).
RAY vs. Tomoka Nakagawa went to a 10 minute time limit draw.

Stardom Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi & ? beat Natsuki*Taiyo & Mayu Iwatani in 14:23. Takahashi pinned Iwatani.

Yuzuki Aikawa beat Yumiko Hotta in 12:25. Yuzuki's first win! WHOO-HOO! She pinned Hotta with La Yuzukistral.

Between each of the matches were various performances by talent from Platinum Production, the talent agency that Yuzuki is affiliated with.

Once picture from the event so far, great one from SprotsNavi:
(http://sports.c.yimg.jp/news/20110206/spnavi/20110206-00000019-spnavi-fight-view-000.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on February 06, 2011, 07:32:37 AM
Results from today's Yuzupon Matsuri at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring:
They claimed 315 paid (full house/sellout).
RAY vs. Tomoka Nakagawa went to a 10 minute time limit draw.

Stardom Offer Match: Nanae Takahashi & ? beat Natsuki*Taiyo & Mayu Iwatani in 14:23. Takahashi pinned Iwatani.

Yuzuki Aikawa beat Yumiko Hotta in 12:25. Yuzuki's first win! WHOO-HOO! She pinned Hotta with La Yuzukistral.

Between each of the matches were various performances by talent from Platinum Production, the talent agency that Yuzuki is affiliated with.

Once picture from the event so far, great one from SprotsNavi:
(http://sports.c.yimg.jp/news/20110206/spnavi/20110206-00000019-spnavi-fight-view-000.jpg)

Did Rossy Ogawa pay Hotta's mortgage?  WTF result of the year, not that I'm really complaining since I don't like Hotta.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on February 06, 2011, 08:46:12 AM
I wish it had happened to someone I gave a shit about, but War THAT. Wrestling is supposed to be unpredictable.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 06, 2011, 01:24:08 PM
*sings Ted Dibiase Jr's theme* I JOB FOR MONEY

Hotta will put people over for the right price. Seh seems like...bored with wrestling...like her brawling seems only because it's all she can do..which would make me think she's only wrestling because it's the only thing she knows how to do for cash...hence why she'd put over both Fuka & Aikawa despite completely potatoing Arisa and Ice Ribbon Girls.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on February 19, 2011, 11:44:24 PM
Results from the latest "Reina Fiesta" show on the 19th:

REINA "Reina Fiesta 2.19", 2/19/11
Tokyo Edogawa-ku Eastern Friend Hall
215 Fans

1. Sachie Abe beat Masu-me (5:54) with the Victory A Clutch.
2. La Malcrida beat Ariya (7:33) with the STM.
3. Sakura Hirota beat Chisato Kuroki (17:12) with a rolling cradle cutback.
4. Kayoko Haruyama/LEON beat Yumiko Hotta/Megumi Yabushita (12:53) when LEON used the Captured Buster on Yabushita.
5. Kota Ibushi/HARASHIMA beat Keisuke Ishii/Tachimukau Irie (14:01) when HARASHIMA used the Somato on Irie.

Next show is on 3/18.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 19, 2011, 11:49:15 PM
Wow, Senri vs Hirota got wayyy too much time.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sakebito_ONI on February 24, 2011, 12:28:31 PM
Wow, Senri vs Hirota got wayyy too much time.

Well, you've got to know that a full 10 minutes of that was Sakura's opening antics.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 31, 2011, 04:42:38 AM
From today's SMASH event (in-progress):
Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Tsukushi, Hikari Minami & Riho beat Emi Sakura, Makoto & Mochi Miyagi in 9:38. Riho pinned Miyagi.

FUNAKI beat Kana. Seriously. HAHA. Match time not yet available. Brief details from SportsNavi (translated):
Mio & Io Shirai second Kana. "FUNAKI when the arm whip is visited in bloom name, invites bloom name in the rope and is packed, not being able to move touches to the hip to good thing.In this bloom name to decide 卍 setting from hip attack of anger, furthermore missile kick.

 But, when also FUNAKI pours intense kick to the left arm of bloom name, in that arm barrage.But, when you do also bloom name with the backdrop and return, intense kick rapid fire to the chest board.But, FUNAKI tries bloom name probably to return when it cheats with the side entering type shrimp setting, being desperate, but both shoulders did not rise, the referee three inserted count that way.

As for FUNAKI microphone in the hand “bloom name and bloom name of the world.Another world how was?”When with it questions, as for bloom name “the [sekoi] victory it does and the [tsu] [te]” gets angry and deviates, but as for FUNAKI with the cool face “[deisuizu] FUINAKI.[sumatsukudaun] ......No no, SMASH number one announcer!”With it appealed. " SMASH No. 1 Announcer? INDEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED!

Edit: Match time was 4:26.

Sabu, Syuri & TAJIRI beat Michael Kovac, Lin "Bitch" Byron & Gabriel Antonik in 17:52. Sabu pinned Antonik.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on March 31, 2011, 06:32:56 AM
FUNAKI beat Kana? BOOOO *gloom *wail
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on March 31, 2011, 06:46:34 AM
SMASH just posted full results on their website, SportsNavi also has a report up. Attendance-wise, they claimed 1200 paid. A bit disappointing to me, I figured they'd easily have done at least 1800.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on March 31, 2011, 03:42:46 PM
It is only their first Korakuen event, and Korakuen only just re-opened as well (Ice Ribbon didn't draw as well as they normally did, and they had the first event in Korakuen after it's re-opening). But, I was expecting a higher number as well, considering they have sold out (or at least come close to) Shinjuku FACE everytime.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 01, 2011, 05:06:52 AM
Not to mention their first JCB Hall event was a Full House (over 3000). And I read that one Hiroshi Tanahashi was at the event yesterday.

Edit: Results from Emi Sakura participation in today's Kuishinbo Kamen Produced event in Osaka:
Emi Sakura beat Kuishinbo Kamen in 8:37.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on April 15, 2011, 08:48:45 PM
Results from today's BEGINNING show at Shinjuku FACE, which featured Mai Ichii's retirement match:

BEGINNING, 4/15/11
Shinjuku FACE

1. Cherry beat Hanako Nakamori (8:32) with the Cherry-ton Bomb.
2. Kickboxing Exhibition - 2 2 Minute Rounds: Itsuka Yokose drew Miyo Yoshida (2:00; R2).
3. Yu Yamagata/LEON beat Ray/Bambi (11:18) when Yamagata used a Death Valley Driver.
4. Boxing Exhibition - 3 2 Minute Rounds: Naoto Takahashi drew Kouji Arisawa (2:00; R3).
5. Mai Ichii Retirement Match: Kana beat Mai Ichii (14:06) with the Buzzsaw Kick.

A number of people appeared during Ichii's retirement ceremony, including Tsukasa Fujimoto, Chii Tomiya, Natsuki*Taiyo and Fuuka, MARU, Chiharu, LEON and Hanako Nakamori.  It looks like Ichii may be joining AACC to do MMA still.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 16, 2011, 04:51:22 AM
For those who missed it or forgot, Manami Toyota was in action last night at KING OF TRIOS, first round result:
Mike Quackenbush, Jigsaw & Manami Toyota beat The Amazing Red, Wil & Joel Maximo in 10:11. Quackenbush pinned Joel after a "12 Large" elbowdrop.

The other 3 Japan trios-Dragon Gate, Osaka Pro and Michinoku Pro-all won their first round matches and will advance. Michinoku Pro beat a team headed by Sean "1-2-3 Kid aka X-Pac Still Sucks after all these years!" Waltman, who got pinned by Togo after a diving senton. Osaka Pro beat CHIKARA trio The Throwbacks, Dragon Gate beat CHIKARA trio The Spectral Envoy.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 16, 2011, 08:06:59 AM
Is that your own clever nickname for Sean Waltman?

Without the 1-2-3 Kid (beating Razor Ramon with moonsault on RAW) there'd be none of the other flippy boys and fly weights.  *freeze
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 16, 2011, 08:45:41 AM
Nope, from the popular chants late in his DX days. Was kinda catchy when paired with his DX music. It just stuck with me ever since. Ah, to be in my early 20s and a somewhat loyal WWE nuthugger again (but for the most part I was still WCW first & foremost).

Results from Ice Ribbon participation in Osaka Pro today:
Apple Miyuki, Makoto & Riho beat Billy Ken Kid, Kanjuro Matsuyama & Kuishinbo Kamen in 12:12. Miyuki pinned Matsuyama after a diving body press.
Presumably pre-match photo from Osaka Pro's website:
(http://www.osaka-prowres.com/result/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/CA392104.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 16, 2011, 08:54:43 AM
I remember the X-Pac sux chants just asking if you came up with the "still sucks" part yourself.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on April 16, 2011, 05:54:31 PM
Quote
Michinoku Pro beat a team headed by Sean "1-2-3 Kid aka X-Pac Still Sucks after all these years!" Waltman

Heh, the "still sucks" part is even funnier considering allmost all the reports i've seen on the show talk about how awesome the match was and how good Waltman looked in it
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 16, 2011, 07:29:25 PM
That's the icing on the cake.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 17, 2011, 05:29:39 AM
From last night:
Michinoku Pro (Jinsei Shinzaki, The Great Sasuke, Dick Togo) beat Mike Quackenbush, Manami Toyota & Jigsaw in 21:28. Sasuke pinned Toyota after a powerbomb. Michipro is the only Japan trio left (Osaka got screwed by F.I.S.T.), DG lost a tough one to Osirian Portal), it's them against 3 CHIKARA trios. Oh, and X-Pac Sucks is sticking around for further ridicule-he'll face El Generico today in the finals of Rey De Voladores and was kissing up to the crowd last night-apologizing for not knowing CHIKARA is supposed to be PG-Rated. Apparently he was a little too DX on Night 1.

From today's K-DOJO 9th Anniversary event at Korakuen:
Bambi & Makoto beat Yuu Yamagata & Syuri in 8:42. Bambi pinned Yamagata after Shining Wizard.

From tonight's KOT Night 3:
Manami Toyota beat Madison Eagles.

KOT Final was sadly predictable: The Colony vs. F.I.S.T. Colony wins. F.I.S.T. beat Michinoku Pro by cheating.
A Tag Team Gauntlet was won by Atsushi Kotoge & Daisuke Harada, who got 3 consecutive wins to take it. That means a Campones de Parejas shot.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Makabe Sword Justice on April 24, 2011, 06:25:00 AM
Results from today's Ayumi Kurihara 6th Anniversary Commemoration Event at a stage outside Fukuda Denshi Arena in Chiba via SportsNavi:
They claimed 18,000 paid (super full house/overflow). The event was held on an outdoor stage in front of an arena that is home to a J-League soccer team and was held before a game today, thus most of the fans were there for soccer.
K-DOJO Offer Match: Masked J (Whatever the name of the Chiba soccer team hosting today's game is), Marines Mask 2 & GLOBO Mask beat Daigoro Kashiwa, Saburo Inematsu & Quiet Storm in 14:53. J pinned Inematsu after a soccer kick.

Ayumi Kurihara 6th Anniversary Commemoration Match: Ayumi Kurihara & GAMI beat Toshie Uematsu & Mika Iida in 19:11. Kurihara pinned Iida with a German suplex hold.

Photos from SportsNavi via Ringstars:
(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1303648082/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20110424/201104240005-spnavi_2011042400013_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1303648082/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20110424/201104240005-spnavi_2011042400012_view.jpg)

(http://ca.c.yimg.jp/sports/1303648082/sports.yimg.jp/text/images/spnavi/20110424/201104240005-spnavi_2011042400011_view.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 30, 2011, 04:30:11 PM
SMASH [Results] SMASH.16, 30.04.2011 (von Sternness am 30.04.2011)
SMASH.16, 30.04.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Osaka IMP Hall
600 Fans - Super No Vacancy

6. Serena, Shuri & Makoto besiegen Kana, Mio Shira & Io Shirai (15:24) nach einem Spear von Makoto gegen Kana.

Aped from purolove, of course.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on April 30, 2011, 04:41:42 PM
Yay for Makoto getting a win over Kana.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 30, 2011, 07:59:13 PM
Yay for Makoto getting a win over Kana.

According to the SMASH site, it was Serena who speared Makoto. Which would make more sense leading to their singles match at Korakuen.

http://www.smashxsmash.jp/cgi-bin/topics/diary.cgi?no=584
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 30, 2011, 08:16:55 PM
Speared Kana? Weren't Serena and Makoto on the same team?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on April 30, 2011, 08:27:52 PM
Speared Kana? Weren't Serena and Makoto on the same team?

Hahaha. Yeah, Serena speared Kana!

Saturday night and all...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 30, 2011, 08:38:35 PM
Ah, yeah. lol I thought I was reading the results wrong.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on April 30, 2011, 09:46:24 PM
Serena spears Kana? 

That means Kana should definitely get the win at SMASH 17 *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on April 30, 2011, 11:50:26 PM
Serena spears Kana? 

That means Kana should definitely get the win at SMASH 17 *bwah
Probably, since Serena already pinned Kana. That would make them even.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2011, 11:59:09 PM
I was thinking it was that Serena taught Makoto it with the whole BORN TO DIVA storyline. But yeah, Kana probably will pin her.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on May 01, 2011, 12:27:59 AM
I was thinking it was that Serena taught Makoto it with the whole BORN TO DIVA storyline. But yeah, Kana probably will pin her.
She'll probably use the Kana Lock.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on May 02, 2011, 03:34:06 PM
Top prize to whoever can find the results to this REINA show:

REINA "NIIZA 4.24", 24.04.2011
Niiza Seafood Restaurant Marusa

1. Hailey Hatred vs. Senri Kuroki (JWP)
2. Ran Yu-Yu vs. Eiger
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Sakura Hirota
4. Takako Inoue & La Malcriada vs. Chikayo Nagashima (OZ Academy) & Ariya
5. Yumiko Hotta & Megumi Yabushita vs. Manami Toyota & Sonoko Kato (OZ Academy)

I can't find it anywhere. There's already the DVD out available, but no one seemed to have posted results?

Link to DVD sale: http://ring.shop-pro.jp/?pid=31125675
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 03, 2011, 11:37:27 PM
SMASH.17, 03.05.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,300 Fans - No Vacancy


4. Shuri & Hikaru Shida besiegen Mio Shira & Io Shirai (14:25) nach einem Righ High Kick von Shuri gegen Shirai
6. Serena besiegt Kana (12:12) nach einem Spear.
7. 3 Way Ladder & Dash to Belt Match: TAJIRI & Makoto besiegen Hajime Ohara & Jessica Love und Michael Kovac & Lin "Bitch" Bairon (14:37) als TAJIRI sich den Gürtel sicherte.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 15, 2011, 02:53:51 PM
The third Yuzuki Aikawa vanity show continues to have a similar format to Fuuka's similar shows.  There was singing & dancing, then a comedy match with the boys playing like they are idol girls, a STARDOM offer match, and Yuzuki holding Ayumi to a draw.  Oh, it was just before Yuzuki's birthday (she's be 28 on Monday).

YUZUPON MATSURI 3 May 14, 2011
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
435 Fans


1. TKG48 Offer Match: Sanshiro Takagi & Munenori Sawa defeated Danshoku Dieno & Michael Nakazawa (10:14) when Takagi used a Sitdown Sunflower Bomb on Nakazawa.
2. STARDOM Offer Match, 3 Way: Nanae Takahashi defeated Eri Susa & Arisa Hoshiki (11:41) with a Double Crossface.
3. Yuzuki Aikawa vs Ayumi Kurihara (20:00) went to a time limit draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 17, 2011, 12:29:23 PM
Results from http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2 (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner2).  Future matches from http://osakajoshi-pro.com/ (http://osakajoshi-pro.com/) Update: Match times from the Osaka Joshi homepage.

OSAKA JOSHI PRO 6 May 15, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. DASH Chisako & Mio Shirai defeated Yuu Yamagata & Mika Iida (12:19) when Chisako used the Hormone Splash on Iida.
2. Police-woman & Kayoko Haruyama defeated Benten-musume & Cherry (12:26) when Police-woman used a Lariat on Benten-musume.
3. Ran Yu-Yu & Kana defeated Ranmaru & Sakura Hirota (as Mayumi Ozaki) (12:29) when Ran used a Tequila Sunrise Cutback on Sakura.
4. GAMI defeated Kagetsu (16:25) with the Poki.
5. Sawako Shimono Ten Match Series, Match Seven: Dynamite Kansai defeated Sawako Shimono (6:31) with a Diving Footstomp.

(http://spora.jp/ozakimayumi/file/998/MTEwNTE1XzE4NDMwOMY3.jpg)

Also, announced were Sawako's final three matches in her challenge series.

Match #8 is June 19th at a WAVE show from Osaka Minami Move On Arena: Sawako vs Manami Toyota
Match #9 is June 26th at a JWP show from Osaka IMP Hall: Sawako vs Command Bolshoi
Match #10 is July 17th at the next Osaka Joshi Pro show from Move On Arena: Sawako vs Kagetsu

I'd guess she finally wins in that final match, with the city of Osaka's two golden girls against each other.

(http://osakajoshi-pro.com/images/main_index.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on May 17, 2011, 02:22:36 PM
Wait, so who is the new Policewoman now that Yuki Miyazaki is retired? I forgot.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on May 17, 2011, 02:54:35 PM
So any chance Sawako's match with Kagetsu will be for the JWP/POP jr. Titles?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 17, 2011, 04:15:48 PM
I wouldn't doubt it if Sawako vs Kagetsu will be for the junior titles, but no official announcement has been made. Kagetsu's already gotten in 2 defenses at Korakuen (over Aoi Yagami at JWP's show and Chii Tomiya at Ice Ribbon) and I could see Sawako getting the straps.

As far as Police-woman, I thought that Sakura Hirota was getting the gimmick, but she worked the next match cosplaying as Ozaki, so I guess someone else did the gimmick.  I haven't seen any photos from that match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on May 17, 2011, 08:20:20 PM

As far as Police-woman, I thought that Sakura Hirota was getting the gimmick, but she worked the next match cosplaying as Ozaki, so I guess someone else did the gimmick.  I haven't seen any photos from that match.

(http://i55.tinypic.com/fx5l02.jpg)

(http://i54.tinypic.com/29uxapi.jpg)

(http://i53.tinypic.com/ie188x.jpg)

(http://i56.tinypic.com/2e5tys8.jpg)

It's funny because it totally looks like Yuki...

Also I thought Police~women retired in a match against Blood Sucking Devil Rat right before the final NEO show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on May 17, 2011, 08:37:34 PM
I wouldn't doubt it if Sawako vs Kagetsu will be for the junior titles.

Uhhhh I would hope not. Sawako's lost 99% of her matches all year, would be kind of retarded to give her the JWP jr titles let alone a title shot. Course, JWP regularly gives tag title shots to teams that have never teamed up before so......sigh...... my head hurts.....

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 17, 2011, 09:05:09 PM
Kyoko Inoue played her at that Battle Royal last year, but that looks too thin to be her, and that doesn't look like the way Kyoko does her lariats.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on May 19, 2011, 01:15:44 AM
I wouldn't doubt it if Sawako vs Kagetsu will be for the junior titles.

Uhhhh I would hope not. Sawako's lost 99% of her matches all year, would be kind of retarded to give her the JWP jr titles let alone a title shot. Course, JWP regularly gives tag title shots to teams that have never teamed up before so......sigh...... my head hurts.....



The way Hiren dropped it to her was just as illogical so I wouldn't put booking that bad past anyone in joshi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: hyperboyz9 on May 23, 2011, 07:58:06 AM
The third Yuzuki Aikawa vanity show continues to have a similar format to Fuuka's similar shows.  There was singing & dancing, then a comedy match with the boys playing like they are idol girls, a STARDOM offer match, and Yuzuki holding Ayumi to a draw.  Oh, it was just before Yuzuki's birthday (she's be 28 on Monday).

YUZUPON MATSURI 3 May 14, 2011
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
435 Fans


1. TKG48 Offer Match: Sanshiro Takagi & Munenori Sawa defeated Danshoku Dieno & Michael Nakazawa (10:14) when Takagi used a Sitdown Sunflower Bomb on Nakazawa.
2. STARDOM Offer Match, 3 Way: Nanae Takahashi defeated Eri Susa & Arisa Hoshiki (11:41) with a Double Crossface.
3. Yuzuki Aikawa vs Ayumi Kurihara (20:00) went to a time limit draw.


Yuzu goes so far after she beated the heel , Hotta Yumiko in the previous Matsuri!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 24, 2011, 06:00:34 AM
Results from the Okinawa Pro/Sendai Girls show in Okinawa.  The whole Sendai roster appeared for Sachiko's final appearance in Okinawa.  I got these from: http://okinawa-prowres.jp/result/201105/20110523.html (http://okinawa-prowres.jp/result/201105/20110523.html) and there's a good chance some of the Okinawa Pro names are wrong.

OKINAWA PRO May 23, 2011
Naha Delfin Arena


1. Shisa King, Mil Mongoose, & Ultra*Mango defeated Mystery Monster Man, Menso~re Oyaji, & Sendai Sachiko (15:39) when Shisa used the Shisa DX on Sachiko.
2. Sendai Girls Offer Match: Hiren defeated DASH Chisako (9:40) with the Ankle Hold.
3. 3 Way Match: Kijimuna defeated Gurukun Diver & Super Delfin (8:47) by using the Kijimuna Surprise Bomb on Gurukun.
4. Sendai Girls Offer Match: Meiko Satomura & Sendai Sachiko defeated Ryo Mizunami & Kagetsu (14:37) when Sachiko used the Moonsault Press on Kagetsu.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on May 24, 2011, 11:56:46 AM
Quote
Ryo Mizunami & Kagetsu

It's been ages but have these two teamed often?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: wprobeginner on June 02, 2011, 09:35:57 AM
Union Pro June 2, 2011
Shinjuku Face

They claim 490 paid (super fullhouse).

0. Takao Omori's Axe Bombers offer dark match: pushup competition
Chii Tomiya (Ice Ribbon) 100 - ? Batten Tamagawa (Nishiguchi Pro) in 1:13. Chii Tomiya becomes a new member of Axe Bombers.

2. Mio & Io Shirai (Triple Tales) beat Ken Ohka & Cherry in 6:27, when Mio used a Figure 4 Leglock to Ohka.


(Edited)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on June 05, 2011, 06:02:06 AM
Results for the charity show in Miyagi Prefecture, courtesy of http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/66070280.html (http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/archives/66070280.html)

Hiren was pulled from the show due to her back injury flaring up.  It's not known yet if this will result in more time missed or not.  La Malcriada (Aki Kanbayashi) was added.  The show was all tags with pretty standard results.

Photos: http://nobumichinoku.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-1611.html (http://nobumichinoku.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-1611.html)


PLUMS HEART JOSHI PURORESU June 5, 2011
Iwanuma Miyagi Synthesis Gymnasium Open Space
Charity Show


1. Miyako Morino & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Sakura Hirota & Hamuko Hoshi when Fujimoto used the Venus Shot on Hoshi.
2. Ryo Mizunami & Kagetsu defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko when Mizunami used the Diving Guillotine Drop on Sachiko.
3. Chikayo Nagashima, Carlos Amano, & La Malcriada defeated Sonoko Kato, Nao Komatsu, & Eiger when Nagashima used a Diving Footstomp on Komatsu.
4. Shinobu Kandori, Mayumi Ozaki, Dynamite Kansai, & Takako Inoue defeated Aja Kong, Ran Yu-Yu, AKINO, & Tomoka Nakagawa when Ozaki used a Cradle on Nakagawa after a Mistaken Trash Can Bombing from Aja.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on June 07, 2011, 01:27:43 AM
I figured as much(cough,cough). I want "mistaken trash can bombing" to become the official name for it.
Hoshi/Hirota sounds fun. And I guess Miz/Kagetsu is why Kagetsu/Yuki ceases to be.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on June 09, 2011, 07:34:59 AM
SMASH.18, 09.06.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

2. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Lin "Bitch" Bairon besiegt Kana (8:51) via Referee Stop (Chickenwing Sleeper Hold).
6. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Shuri besiegt Hikaru Shida (11:24) nach einem Right High Kick.
7. SMASH Title Tournament - Round 1: Genichiro Tenryu besiegt Michael Kovac (5:56) mit einem Small Package.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: wprobeginner on June 20, 2011, 05:40:56 PM
Result from Sunday's Guts World Vol. 47 "Charity Puroresu in Motegi" event at Motegi Choumin Center, Tochigi pref.
They claim 210 paid (super fullhouse/bill stop).

2. Ice Ribbon offer match
Chii Tomiya beat Hikaru Shida in 7:59 with a Huracanrana.
So far 4-3 for Tomiya in their 9 singles series.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: wprobeginner on July 03, 2011, 06:18:19 AM
It's a bit old result, but looks like important as they've already announced their 2nd event. All photos are from a fan blog. http://nagashimachine2.seesaa.net/ (http://nagashimachine2.seesaa.net/)

Gakenofuchi Pro Launching event
3. June 2011 Warabi Dojo of Ice Ribbon

They claim 104 paid (full house).

0. Dark match
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi beat Miyako Matsumoto in 1:56 after a Hinotama Bomb.

1. Threading a Needle Competiton
Miyako Matsumoto beat Tsuyoshi Kikuchi in 0:04.
(http://nagashimachine2.up.seesaa.net/image/gakepro_01.JPG)

2. Dance Competiton
Miyako Matsumoto beat Tsuyoshi Kikuchi by a decision.
(http://nagashimachine2.up.seesaa.net/image/gakepro_08.JPG)

3. Musical Instrument Competiton
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi beat Miyako Matsumoto by a decison.
(http://nagashimachine2.up.seesaa.net/image/gakepro_11.JPG)

4. Puroresu Match
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi beat Miyako Matsumoto in 5:20 after a Hinotama Bomb.

5. Reading Poetry Aloud Competiton
Miyako Matsumoto beat Tsuyoshi Kikuchi by a decision.
(http://nagashimachine2.up.seesaa.net/image/gakepro_17.JPG)

Total Result
Miyako Matsumoto 3-2 Kikuchi Tsuyoshi
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on July 03, 2011, 04:18:19 PM
SMASH.18, 09.06.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

2. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Lin "Bitch" Bairon besiegt Kana (8:51) via Referee Stop (Chickenwing Sleeper Hold).
6. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Shuri besiegt Hikaru Shida (11:24) nach einem Right High Kick.
7. SMASH Title Tournament - Round 1: Genichiro Tenryu besiegt Michael Kovac (5:56) mit einem Small Package.

Late on this, I guess, but are the tournaments round robin or single elimination?  I'd assume the former because it'd be weird seeing Kana and Kovac go out in the first round.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on July 03, 2011, 04:52:44 PM
I'm pretty sure it's single elimination. And Kana actually beat Lin, it's just a typo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: wprobeginner on July 11, 2011, 03:19:34 AM
Resluts from yesterday's Gakenofuchi Pro Yokohama event.
They claimed 213 paid.

Gakenofuchi Pro #2

1. 1 Minute Speech Competition
The Great Sasuke beat Miyako Mtasumoto by a decision.

2. Puroresu Match
The Great Sasuke beat Miyako Matsumoto after a Sasuke Special X ver. 10.2 Segway (Imitation Forbidden).

3. Imitation Competiton
The Great Sasuke (Gran Hamada in the Dressing Room) beat Miyako Matsumoto (Kim Jong-il) by a decision.

4. Ballet Competiton
The Great Sasuke (Black Swan) beat Miyako Matsumoto by a decison.

5. Singing Competiton
The Great Sasuke (Separados) beat Miyako Matsumoto (Koi No Corrida/Jun Togawa) by a decision.

Total Result
The Great Sasuke 5-0 Miyako Matsumoto

After the match, Miyako Matsumoto announced that their next event will be against Ice Ribbon. Then, they announced that the 3rd event would start immediately.

Gakenofuchi Pro #3

Gakenofuchi Pro vs Ice Ribbon
Tsukasa Fujimoto beat Miyako Matsumoto after a Dropkick.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on July 15, 2011, 10:18:49 AM
SMASH.19, 15.07.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,500 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


3. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Makoto besiegt Chii Tomiya (3:59) nach einem Spear.
4. Ultimo Dragon , Kaz Hayashi & Ray besiegen Gamma, Hajime Ohara & Io Shirai (15:56) als Ohara disqualifiziert wurde.
7. SMASH Diva Title Tournament - Round 1: Serena besiegt Tomoka Nakagawa (11:24) nach einem Spear.
8. Yoshiaki Fujiwara, FUNAKI & Kana besiegen Genichiro Tenryu, TAJIRI & Shuri (11:41) mit einem Schoolboy von FUNAKI ggeen TAJIRI.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 29, 2011, 12:37:19 PM
I've been away from much contact with the internet for a few weeks, so I'll catch up on results that didn't get posted.  Here's the Osaka Joshi show when Shimono (as I predicted) won the junior titles from Kagetsu in her 10th and final challenge series match.  Also, we had a rare Apple Miyuki sighting, Kana kickin' GAMI's fat arse, and Ozaki pinning Lady Gaga!  I haven't seen photos, so I don't know who cosplayed as Gaga.

DAIJO (OSAKA JOSHI) July 17, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena


1. Mio Shirai & Nancy Mari defeated Tomoka Nakagawa & Mika Iida (9:23) when Shirai pinned Iida.
2. Ran Yu-Yu & Police-woman defeated Apple Miyuki & Benten-musume (12:56) when Yu-Yu used a Forearm Smash on Benten-musume.
3. Yumi Ohka & Mayumi Ozaki defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & "Lady Gaga Superstar" (advertised as Big Game X) (9:43) when Ozaki pinned Gaga.
4. Kana defeated GAMI (15:49) with the Scissors Chickenwing Facelock.
5. JWP Jr/POP Championship & Sawako Shimono Challenge Series Match #10: Sawako Shimono defeated Kagetsu (13:52) with a Chokeslam.  Kagetsu failed in the 5th defense and Shimono became the 21st JWP Junior and 11th P.O.P. Champion.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on July 29, 2011, 04:18:09 PM
...and Ozaki pinning Lady Gaga!  I haven't seen photos, so I don't know who cosplayed as Gaga.

C'mon now. Who is the all-time ichiban cosplayer in joshi prowres? You can do it...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on August 08, 2011, 10:13:20 AM
DDT/Belt Hunter x Hunter Produce "FIGHT BEER GARDEN 2011", 08.08.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
605 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


1. Masa Takanashi Offer Match - Sexy Match: Sexxxy Eddy & Sexxxy Mochi (Mochi Miyagi) besiegen Masa Takanashi & Emi Sakura (11:01) nach einem Sex on the Beach von Eddy gegen Takanashi.
4. Keisuke Ishii Offer Match - Lari Pro * Youth Lariat Pro-Wrestling: Keisuke Ishii & Cherry besiegen Kota Ibushi & Antonio Honda (16:01) nach einem Kneel Kick von Ishii gegen Honda.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on August 13, 2011, 03:48:06 PM
Random Shin-AJW card is random.

Shin-AJW, 8/13/11
Tochigi Synthesis and Culture Center Sub Hall
315 Fans

1. Kaori Yoneyama beat Sawako Shimono (8:52) with a back rolling cradle.
2. Mio Shirai beat Sakura Hirota (12:32) with a Figure Four Necklock.
3. Takako Inoue & Hanako Nakamori beat Sachie Abe & Tomoko Morii (15:45) when Nakamori used the Destiny Hammer on Morii.
4. Tsubasa Kurigaki beat GAMI (11:16) with a Lariat.
5. Toshie Uematsu & Ran YuYu beat Command Bolshoi & Yumi Ohka (12:13) when Uematsu used a Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold on Bolshoi.

I reiterate: random Shin-AJW card is random.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 21, 2011, 07:11:18 PM
Dump joins Hotta on the list of joshi veterans to count the lights to the POWAH~ that is Yuzuki Aikawa.

YUZUPON MATSURI 4 August 21, 2011
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
356 Fans


1. Yuzupon Mask vs Busty Sentai Pai Ranger Blue (3:00) weICnt to a time-limit draw.
2. TKG48 Offer Match: Sanshiro Takagi & Munenori Sawa defeated Yuji Hino & DJ Nira (9:51) when Takagi pinned Nira.
3. Stardom Offer Match: Natsuki*Taiyo & Yoshiko defeated Nanae Takahashi & Saki Kashima (14:13) when Taiyo used a Moonsault on Kashima.
4. Yuzuki Aikawa defeated Dump Matsumoto (11:00) with a Reverse Cradle.
4a. Restart: Yuzuki Aikawa defeated Dump Matsumoto (6:01) by Countout.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on August 28, 2011, 05:45:56 AM
I'm not sure if this small free charity show counts as a Sendai Girls or a LLPW show, so I'll just put it here.  Higashii-Matsushima is a small city in Miyagi that was heavily damaged in the tsunami and suffered a heavy loss of life.

Lots of photos here: http://nobumichinoku.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-1699.html (http://nobumichinoku.blog53.fc2.com/blog-entry-1699.html)

I like the ring entrance: (http://blog-imgs-37.fc2.com/n/o/b/nobumichinoku/miyato08.jpg)


MIYADO FESTIVAL August 26, 2011
Higashi-Matsushima-shi Miyatojima


1. Eiger defeated Hanako Nakamori with a Lariat.
2. Shinobu Kandori & Kagetsu defeated Takako Inoue & DASH Chisako when Kagetsu used the Blockbuster on Chisako.



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 08, 2011, 05:43:03 AM
Courtesy of purolove.com, results from the Hikaru produced first "Happy Hour" show. LOL at Jamie D jobbing to Sendai Sachiko. I guess you aren't the next gaijin monster heel.  Future shows will be on 11/6 and 12/18 from Belle Salle Roppongi, with Basara returning from injury at the December show.

HAPPY HOUR September 4, 2011
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Keiko Aono defeated Micro (8:12) with a High Kick.
2. Manami Toyota & Hailey Hatred defeated Kaoru Ito & Jennie Rose (13:12) when Toyota used the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Rose.
3. Sendai Sachiko defeated Jamie D (13:11) with a Cradle.
4. Kyoko Inoue & Sareee defeated Aja Kong & Andrea Mother (16:12) when Inoue used a Backdrop on Andrea.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 06, 2011, 01:32:04 PM
TRIPLE TAILS September 18, 2011
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
323 Fans


1. Kagetsu defeated Nao Komatsu (5:50) with the Blockbuster.
2. Kohei Sato & Sakura Hirota defeated Atsushi Kotoge & GAMI (15:43) when Hirota used the Tokimeki Memorial on GAMI.
3. Billy Ken Kid defeated AKINO (13:20) with the Atlantida.
4. 3 Way Match: Kaijin Habu Otoko defeated Shota & HARASHIMA (11:42) by using Poison Mist on Shota.
5. Kana, Mio Shirai, & Io Shirai defeated Ryo Mizunami, DASH Chisako, & Sendai Sachiko (24:49) when Mio used the Purple Flash on Sachiko.

DAIJO (Osaka Joshi Pro) September 19, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
226 Fans


1. GAMI defeated Aya Yuki (12:07) with a Poki.
2. Ran Yu-Yu defeated Shu Shibutani (15:32) with an Elbow Smash.
3. Misaki Guri-ko & Police-wo~man defeated Benten-musume & Dotonbolshoi (18:16) when Misaki used the Papico*Panapp on Benten.
4. Ayako Hamada defeated Kagetsu (18:16) with the AP Cross.
5. Carlos Amano & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sawako Shimono & Kana (13:52) when Amano used the Carlos Ghosn on Shimono.

KANA PRO September 24, 2011
Kyoko KBS Hall
412 Fans


1. AKIRA defeated Akito (12:00) with the Oldboy.
2. MENs Teioh & Mio Shirai defeated GAMI & Io Shirai (12:59) when Teioh used the European Clutch on GAMI.
3. Yuki Ishikawa & Katsumi Usuda defeated Kenichi Yamamoto & Takaku Fuke (16:30) when Usuda used a Knee Hold on Fuke.
4. Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Daisuke Sekimoto vs Tatsumi Fujinami & Masato Tanaka (16:29) went to a draw when Fujiwara & Tanaka were counted out.
5. Kengo Mashimo defeated Kana (14:17) with the Mudo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 10, 2011, 05:28:26 AM
There will be another Noodle Pro in November, featuring the final time Yoneyama & Leon will team together.  Yoneyama & Cherry won a ladder match where you fetched and ate a rice ball.  The Hiroyo Miu Miu seems to be a character where Matsumoto dresses like a little girl and cries a lot.

RINGSTARS "NOODLES PRO" October 9, 2011
Tokyo Cinema Club
177 Fans


1. MI*SA*KI Debut Match: MI*SA*KI defeated Shu Shibutani (8:24) with the ???.
2. Rice Army vs Ramen Army: Shigehiro Irie & Sawako Shimono defeated Ramen Woman & Roasted Pork Filet Woman w/GM Mika Iida (11:48) when Shimono pinned Roasted Pork Filet Woman.
3. Rice Ball Ladder Match: Kaori Yoneyama & Cherry defeated Leon & Chikayo Nagashima (10:54) when Yoneyama retrieved and ate the rice ball.
4. Royal Rumble: Hiroyo Miu Miu (Matsumoto) defeated GAMI & Yutaka Yoshie (21:31) by Over the Top Rope.  Others, in oder of elimination: Rabbit Miyu, Toshie Uematsu, Manami Katsu & Nana Kawasa, Mio Shirai, Command Bolshoi, Aya Yuki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 18, 2011, 07:08:34 AM
NEW AJW October 15, 2011
Shizuoka City Hall


1. Cherry defeated Sakura Hirota (9:43) with a Cherry-ton Bomb.
2. Takako Inoue defeaed Aya Yuki (9:42) with a Beauty Fist.
3. Handicap Match: Sachie Abe, KAZUKI, & Morley defeated Dump Matsumoto & Megumi Yabushita (17:1) when Abe used a Frankenstiener on Yabushita.
4. Manami Toyota defeated Hanako Nakamorie (14:29) with a Japanese Ocean Quee Bee Bomb.
5. Ran Yu-Yu & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Command Bolshoi & Hiroyo Matsumoto (13:15) when Kuragaki used a Lariat on Bolshoi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: SWIFT on October 19, 2011, 10:19:03 PM
GUTS World "vol.49", 10/16/11
Shinjuku FACE
356 Fans (No Vacancy)

2. Madoka & Micro defeated Keita Yano & Batten Tamagawa (11:28) when Madoka used a S.E.X Bomber on Keita Yano.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: SWIFT on October 22, 2011, 10:10:05 PM
This was a distaster relief event and featured participation from the Diana promotion's Kyoko Inoue and Kaoru Ito.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6ovAISxLrk

Shinshu Pro "Mucha Festival in Sakae Village 2011", 10/16/11
Sakae Village Middle School Gym
550 Fans


4a. Special Mixed Tag Match: Kyoko Inoue & Kaoru Ito defeated Tiger Chin Tsu  & Shinya Morimoto (00:10) when Kaoru Ito used a lariat on Tiger Chin Tsu .
4b. Special Mixed Tag Rematch: Kyoko Inoue & Shinya Morimoto defeated Kaoru Ito & Tiger Chin Tsu (14:39) when Kyoko Inoue forced Tiger Chin Tsu to submit.

(http://i56.tinypic.com/2wh1kpg.jpg)
(http://i55.tinypic.com/sfwi6v.jpg)
(http://i56.tinypic.com/25i6c8o.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 23, 2011, 03:15:31 PM
Ishinriki held his annual Dosukoi Pro show, featuring weird mixed tags.  You know you wanted to see Akebono vs Kana.  A possibility some of the names are off.

http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11054911920.html (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11054911920.html)

DOSUKOI PRO October 21, 2011
Shinjuku FACE
500 Fans


1. Mototsugu Shimizu & Miss Mongol defeated Ishinriki & Sakura Hirota (13:31) when Shimizu used La Magistral on Ishinriki.
2. Katsushige Toi & GAMI defeated Macho Pump & Cherry (13:44) when Toi defeated Pump.
3. Danshoku Dieno & Eiger defeated Otokosakari & Mio Shirai (10:09) when Eiger used a Curse Bridge on Shirai.
4. Keizo Matsuda & Bolshoi Kid defeated Sanshiro Takagi & Sachie Abe (13:11) when Bolshoi used the Kido Clutch on Abe.
5. Akebono & Yumi Ohka defeated Ishinriki & Kana (16:58) when Akebono used a Body Press on Ishinriki.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on October 29, 2011, 04:19:06 PM
NJPW "CAMP ZAMA SLAMFEST V", 29.10.2011
Kanagawa Camp Zama


1. OZ Academy Offer Match: Aja Kong & Carlos Amano besiegen Mayumi Ozaki & Chikayo Nagashima (10:40) nach einem Diving Elbow Drop von Kong gegen Ozaki.

Credit: Purolove.com
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 03, 2011, 12:36:18 PM
www.purolove.com

YUZUPON MATSURI 5 November 3, 2011
Tokyo Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
325 Fans


1. TKG48 vs Homoiro Clover Z: Danshoku Dieno & Makoto Oishi defeated Ken Ohka & Shigehiro Irie (10:08) when Dieno used the Reverse Ebizori Jump on Ohka.
2. STARDOM Offer Match, 3 Way: Arisa Hoshiki defeated Saki Kashima & Yoshiko (6:07) with a Brazilian Kick on Kashima.
3. Yuzuki Aikawa 1st Anniversary Match: Nanae Takahashi & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Yuzuki Aikawa & Shuri (23:43) when Takahashi used the One Second EX on Aikawa.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 07, 2011, 08:40:46 AM
from the Ringstars blog

RINGSTARS "NOODLES PRO" November 6, 2011
Tokyo Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
202 Fans


0. Mika Iida Return match: GAMI defeated Mika Iida (7:31) with the Poki.
1. World Cosplay Championship: Misaki Ohata (c) vs Sachie Abe (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.  Ohata succeeds in the 1st defense.
2. JWP Blue Star Cup Rookie League: Manami Katsu (6) defeated Rabbit Miyu (6) (7:41) with a Reverse Splash.
3. Yoneyama & Leon Final Tag Match-Ramen Revolution!: A*YU*MI & MI*SA*KI defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Leon and Ramen Woman & Roasted Pork Filet Woman (8:21) when A*YU*MI used a Jackknife Hold on Roasted Pork Filet Woman.
4. Ramen Rumble: Kaori Yoneyama defeated GAMI (18:40).  Others, by order of elimination: Leon, Manami Katsu & Rabbit Miyu, Hiroyo Moi-Moi, Shu Shibutani, Mio Shirai, Sakura Hirota, Aya Yuki, Toshie Uematsu, Kayoko Haruyama.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 15, 2011, 07:19:24 AM
Results from http://dramaticddt.wordpress.com/ (http://dramaticddt.wordpress.com/).  Photos at http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11077633211.html (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11077633211.html)

UNION/CHERRY PRODUCE  “FANTASY ILLUSION 5” November 13, 2011
Tokyo Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
267 Fans


1. Handsome Shirai defeated Kenko Ohka with a Buzzsaw Kick (6:21).
2. Cherry Tag Match: Giant Cherry & Nice Body Cherry defeated Mrs. Cherry & Chinese Cherry when Giant Cherry pinned Chinese Cherry with a Running Big Boot (6:55).
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Leon defeated Masako Takanashi & Maco when Yoneyama pinned Maco after the Spear Of Leon (8:26).
4. S-Ovation Vs M-Ovation: Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata defeated Shigeko Deluxe & Hiroko Mangrove when Matsumoto pinned Mangrove with a Back Drop (10:17).
5. Aja Kong defeated Cherry with a Diving Elbow Drop (16:12).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on November 25, 2011, 02:14:47 AM
http://www.puroresuspirit.com/2011/11/24/results-for-nov-24th-2011/

This is results from SMASH 23, but I will reveal joshi matches or matches involeved joshi wrestlers

SMASH 23, November 24, 2011
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,500 fans

Match 2 - Aki Shizuku defated Makoto at 6:23 with the Boston Crab

Nice one, Aki. *approve

Match 3 - Keizo Matsuda, Katsumi Hirano, and Kyoko Ichiki defated Takuya Kito, Mio Shirai, and Konaka when Ichiki used the Diving Foot Stomp on Kito at 11:21

I'm guessing things did not work out between Kito and Mio again.  *bwah

Match 5 Hardcore Match - Shuri defated Lin Bairon with the German Suplex at 10:49

That ends Shuri's "slump" [before this, she lost to Kana on 20, dq'ed in a tag match with Makoto against Ayumi and Ray because she snapped at Ayumi at 21, pinned by Nakagawa at 22] expect for her to challenge for the SMASH Diva's title. *chl

Match 6 SMASH Divas Title - Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Kana with the 120 percent School Boy at 8:53

As Zack Ryder would say: are you serious bro?  *saywhat

Anyways, congratulations to Tomoka.  *approve
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on November 25, 2011, 03:34:10 AM
Who is Aki Shizuku? She's only seemed to have popped up out of nowhere recently. I know she worked SMASH's last Korakuen show and BattlArts final show, both against Kana.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on November 25, 2011, 04:39:30 AM
to JoshiFanFicz - let me see, as far as i know, she spent some time in a promotion that is so small that we barely know about it. She trained at BattlArts around the same time as Kana, which is probably the reason why Kana handpicked her as her opponent in SMASH 22 and they met again BattlArts' final show. Other than that, I don't have much knowledge about her[can anyone please help me get some more info about Aki]. She is very impressive on SMASH 22 and I suggest you watched that match, it is a good match. I wish some joshi promotions would have the guts to sign her as possible.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on November 25, 2011, 09:49:54 AM
Thanks for the results, YuhaiPH!

I believe that Aki Shizuku was a national champion wrestler...probably in high school or university. Saw a Youtube clip of her match v Kana at SMASH 22...which I, originally, thought was a title defense for Kana...and Aki was very impressive IMO.

I like Tomoka Nakagawa...have met her a few times at SHIMMER & she's really cool...but thought Kana would have a nice, long title reign  *gloom

Frankly, I don't understand having Nakagawa win the title...Syuri would've been the most logical choice IMO...but congrats to Tomoka!

Looking ahead, I'd love to see Tomoka Nakagawa v Syuri for the SMASH Women's title...or, how about Tomoka Nakagawa v Ayumi Kurihara?  *omg *approve
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on November 25, 2011, 10:16:04 AM
IIRC in the DDS interview with her the "promotion so small nobody had really heard of it" was pretty much a backyard promotion.

Anyway sooooo happy for Tomoka.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 25, 2011, 11:40:34 AM
Its great to see Tomoka win a singles title. I recall Tajiri giving her a good deal of praise earlier in the year, but I didn't think he would do anything like this so soon.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on November 25, 2011, 06:33:51 PM
Hey, I am as shocked as you are. Anyways, here are the results from SMASH again. Just like last time, I will only give results on joshi matches and matches involving joshi wrestlers, but the source may not be accurate like last time.

SMASH "SMASH Live in Osaka" November 25, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
272 Fans

2. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Lin Bairon with the School Boy at 10:26

Tomoka is on fire. *haha

3. Hajime Ohara and Jessica Love defeated Takuya Kito and Mio Shirai when Ohara used the Finnish Forearm on Mio at 7:29

What the heck is Kito doing??? I thought he would do anything for Mio? Why he let Ohara deliver the Finnish Forearm on her???
 *livid

4. Kana and Aki Shizuku defeated Shuri and Makoto when Kana used the Death Valley Bomb on Makoto at 13:48

Seriously, can someone please correct me on this, I mean Kana using the Death Valley??? She loves kicks and submission moves, not high impact moves!!!
 *crazy

Like I said, the results on the last two matches were a little questionable on my opinion so please correct me if I am wrong.
 *give

Source: Purolove.com
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 25, 2011, 09:26:40 PM
She said she's a big Meiko fan, so perhaps she's wanting to be more like her?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on November 26, 2011, 12:54:29 AM
Well it's a good thing, if it suits her, that would make her a bit more well-rounded.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on November 26, 2011, 01:00:29 AM
Maybe I'm weird but there's something kind of annoying to me about it. Kagetsu, as Meiko's star pupil, uses it as the final move of the final match of biggest Senjo show to give her promotion the win in the tournament and elevate both herself and her promotion. Felt very big and important.

Whereas Kana just randomly busts it out on a house show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 26, 2011, 02:04:29 PM
It looks as if purolove posted inaccurate results this time.

Shizuku uses the death valley bomb, and she pinned Makoto.  Also, Kito took the fall in the mixed tag.  According to a guy on DVDVR, the winners of the mixed tag were supposed to kiss, so Mio helped Ohara and Jessica attack Kito.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on November 26, 2011, 11:04:41 PM
Here are the results from Ayumi's show "Never Give Up" results are from purolove.com[that damn site better be right]
*ban!

Ayumi Kurihara Produce "NEVER GIVE UP! ~ 6TH ANNIVERSARY", 26.11.2011
Shinjuku FACE
500 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Challenge Match: Toshie Uematsu defated Rabbit Mito with the Double-Wrist Armsault at 8:44
2. Challenge Match: Ran Yu-YU defeated Nana Kawasa with the Diving Kneedrop at 6:40

Ouch, hard lesson for the JWP rookies
*lukie
 
3. Japan and Mexico Opposition Match: Aiki Uesugi, Aoi Ishibashi & Saya defeated Saori, Dama de Hierro & Lady Afrodita when Uesugi used the Llave de Reina Dos on Afrodita at 7:03

4. Fat Sisters Revival: Aja Kong , GAMI  & Sawako Shimono defeated Yutaka Yoshie, Aya Yuki & Ryo Mizunami when Kong used the Diving Elbow Drop on Yuki at 13:31

Aja Kong has been using the Diving Elbow a lot.
 *chl

5. Special Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta & Leon defeated Lady Apache  & Cassandra (10:17) by referee stoppage after Hotta used the Sleeper Hold on Cassandra at 10:17

6. Mika Iida 1st Anniversary Match: Ayako Hamada & Misaki Ohata defeated AKINO & Mika Iida when Hamada used the AP Cross on Iida at 18:22

Too bad NEO folded
 *gloom

7. CMLL World Women's Title: Ayumi Kurihara defeated Marcela to win the CMLL World Women's Title at 15:38 - Marcela defeated Kurihara with the Alejandrina at 5:04 - Kurihara defeated Marcela with the Masadora at 1:56 - Kurihara defeated Marcela with Never Give Up at 8:38 - Total Time - 15:38

Congratulations, Ayumi. That was great.
 *approve *blush
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 29, 2011, 06:50:57 AM
OSAKA JOSHI PRO November 23, 2011
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
One Day Tag Team Tournament


1. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Round 1: Kana & Mio Shirai defeated Cherry & Apple Miyuki (7:44) when Kana used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Miyuki.
2. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Round 1: GAMI & Sakura Hirota defeated Policewo~man & Ran Yu-Yu (8:18) when Hirota used a Cradle on Policewo~man.
3. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Round 1: Ayako Hamada & Shu Shibutani defeated Aya Yuki & Misaki Ohata (9:24) when Hamada used the AP Cross on Ohata.
4. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Round 1: Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu vs Tomoka Nakagawa & Benten-musume (10:00) went to a time-limit draw.  By stipulation, both teams were eliminated.
5. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Semifinal: Kana & Mio Shirai defeated GAMI & Sakura Hirota (0:50) when Shirai used a Chokeslam Cutback on GAMI.
6. Osaka Joshi Pro Tag Team Tournament, Final: Kana & Mio Shirai defeated Ayako Hamada & Shu Shibutani (21:03) when Kana used a Scissors Chickenwing Facelock on Shibutani.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on November 29, 2011, 07:25:35 AM
AWESOME victory for Kana & Mio Shirai  *approve *bwah

So are they the Osaka Joshi Pro tag champs now?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 29, 2011, 10:07:43 AM
Kana must be giving GAMI that good dick or something haha  *hee Just kidding. But seriously GAMI has been pushing her to the moon lately.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 29, 2011, 10:27:22 AM
AWESOME victory for Kana & Mio Shirai  *approve *bwah

So are they the Osaka Joshi Pro tag champs now?

I don't think any belts were on the line.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on November 29, 2011, 10:35:06 AM
AWESOME victory for Kana & Mio Shirai  *approve *bwah

So are they the Osaka Joshi Pro tag champs now?

I don't think any belts were on the line.

So, it was just a non-title tag tournament? Interesting.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 24, 2011, 01:25:54 PM
Via ringstars blog:

Joshi4Hope 12/24/11
Shinjuku FACE


1. Cherry (10:38, Cherryton Bomb) Nao Komatsu
2. (W) Hailey Hatred and Rabbit Miyu (no time listed, Running Liger Bomb) Tomoka Nakagawa and (L) Kellie Skater
3. (W) Yumi Ohka and Sawako Shimono (18:04, Big Boot) Hiroyo Matsumoto and (L) Nana Kawasa
4. (W) Misaki Ohata and Kagetsu (16:29, Hanamarudokkan(?)) Ayumi Kurihara and (L) Mika Iida



If someone knows that move that Ohata used, please help me out.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on December 24, 2011, 02:26:50 PM
Wrist clutch fisherman buster.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on December 24, 2011, 10:19:03 PM
The "Hana maru dokkan" was Saki Maemura's finishing move which she handed down to Misaki. Saki also handed the "one way" down to Io Shirai.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 25, 2011, 01:15:26 PM
*themoreyouknow.gif*

Cheers, guys.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on December 30, 2011, 06:43:00 PM
Here the result from SMASH 24. Again, I will only cover joshi matches.

SMASH 24 December 30, 2011
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1600 fans

Shuri defeated Aki Shizuku with the High Kick at 8:30

Make me wonder if Shuri was very aggressive on that match
 *chl

Hardcore Match - Tomoka Nakagawa and Kana defeated Makoto and Lin Bairon when Nakagawa used the 200 percent School Boy on Bairon at 15:37

Tomoka has seemed to have upstaged Kana here, the rematch is now unavoidable.
 *bwah

From puroresuspirit.com
  http://www.puroresuspirit.com/2011/12/30/results-for-dec-30th-2011/
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on January 08, 2012, 12:33:55 PM
Bull Nakano Produce "EMPRESS"
January 8, 2011
Tokyo Dome City Hall
Tokyo, Japan


Taken from Mr. Youji's Twitter!

1. Ayako Hamada d. Aja Kong (15:14, AP Cross)
2. Sakura Hirota wins battle royal, order of elimination: Kaori Yoneyama, Hamako Hoshi & Mochi Miyagi, Commando Bolshoi, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Makoto, Misaki Ohata, Mio Shirai, DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Yumiko Hotta, Takako Inoue, Mima Shimoda, Kaoru Ito, Ozaki Mayumi, Yumi Ohka, Toshie Uematsu, Shu Shibutani, Moeka Haruhi, GAMI. Sakura Hirota pinned GAMI to win the BR
3. Shinjiro Otani, Ikuto Hidaka and Daichi Hashimoto d. Osamu Nishimura, Hakushi and Super Delfin (10:51, Spiral Bomb from Otani to Super Delgin
4. Kayoko Haruyama & Ryo Mizunami d. AKINO & Maki Narumiya (13:30, Guillotine Drop from Mizunami to Narumiya)
5. Tuskushi, Sawako Shimono, LEON, Kyoko Inoue, Dump Matsumoto d. Cherry, Natsuki Taiyo, Tomoka Nakagawa Manami Toyota, Jaguar Yokota (16:15, Powerbomb from Inoue to Cherry)
6. Kana d. Kagetsu (10:23, Chickenwing Sleeper -> Ref Stoppage)
7. Meiko Satomura, Emi Sakura, Nanae Takahashi d. Ayumi Kurihara, Tsukasa Fujimoto, YOSHIKO (20:41, Nyan Nyan Press from Sakura to Fujimoto)
8. Yuzuki Aikawa d. Hikaru Shida (15:11, Yuzupon Kick)
9. Bull Nakano reenacts past matches - with Shinobu Kandori, Aja Kong, etc.
10. Retirement Ceremony

Check out Mr. Youji's fantastic photos of the event! http://www.facebook.com/youji.kawauchi?sk=photos
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on January 08, 2012, 03:10:42 PM
The attendance for the show is 3000, a full house!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 09, 2012, 11:35:36 PM
Seeing a Yuzupon/Shida "main event" on a Zenjo mat was a bit surreal.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on January 19, 2012, 12:55:23 PM
Hey here is the result from the recent SMASH show. [ I could probably be called the SMASH guy for this since I always post SMASH results here] Same drill like the last time.

SMASH "We are SMASH" January 19, 2012
Shinjuku FACE
600 Spectators

TAJIRI,Shuri and Makoto defeated Takuya Kito, Lin Bairon and Aki Shizuku when Shuri used the Standing High Kick on Kito at 13:59.

Kito definitely sucks when it comes to girls.
 *haha

SMASH Divas Title Match - Kana defeated Tomoka Nakagawa with the Modified Cross Armbreaker to win the SMASH Divas Title at 12:30

Sweet revenge for Kana, hope she holds it for a little longer.
  *bwah

From puroresuspirit.com


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 19, 2012, 10:23:29 PM
My friend said it was a mat classic. Hopefully this is to lead into Nanae vs Kana
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 18, 2012, 11:16:09 AM
It's not a wrestling result, but Yumiko Hotta lost to Amanda Lucas by a third round submission at DEEP 57. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on February 19, 2012, 02:29:26 PM
Here are the results from SMASH 25, the second to the last SMASH show. You know the drill.
 *gloom

Nanae Takahashi, Tomoka Nakagawa and Kagetsu defeated Makoto, Lin Bairon and Aki Shizuku when Kagetsu used the Death Valley Bomb on Makoto at 8:40.

Shout-out to all people at Sendai, who are hosting the second All Together Show.
 *approve

Shuri defeated Kana with the Standing High Kick at 12:50 to become the new Smash Divas Champion.

Finally, she got the belt. Congratulations.
 *approve

Speaking of the All Together show, Meiko Satomura made an appearance during the intermission of the show and thanked everyone for their support. Sendai Girls is in Sendai and we all know what happened on Sendai.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Ghost1598 on February 21, 2012, 10:45:09 AM
Looks like it's Shuri vs Lin Bairon for the last show
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Global Honored on February 21, 2012, 10:36:22 PM
Makes sense, hope Shuri gets to shine elsewhere
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: kudofanatic on February 21, 2012, 11:48:43 PM
I'd love to see Syuri start the feud with Ayumi Kurihara that should've started in SMASH but never did  *approve *bwah *omg
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dirk Mantooth on February 23, 2012, 11:49:43 AM
Looks like it's Shuri vs Lin Bairon for the last show

The following was announced for SMASH FINAL at the end of SMASH 25.

Quote
Yusuke Kodama vs. KUSHIDA [NJPW]
Mentallo & Shuri vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Kana
Main Event - The FINAL SMASH Match: TAJIRI & AKIRA vs. Starbuck [FCF] & Hajime Ohara [FCF]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 25, 2012, 11:47:55 PM
Joshi4Hope III February 22, 2012
Shinkiba 1st RING
153 crowd


1. Ray defeated Mika Iida (11:24) with a Moonsault Press.
2. Yumi Ohka & Courtney Rush defeated Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater (16:00).  Ohka submitted Skater with a Brady-EX. 
3. SHIMMER Tag Team Championship: Ayako Hamada & Ayumi Kurihara (c) defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata (14:40).  Hamada pinned Matsumoto after an AP Cross.

Judging by the photo on the Ringstars blog, the Brady-EX appears to be a LeBell Lock.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 26, 2012, 10:46:16 PM
Just noticed this on purolove:

Atsushi Onita Produce "ATSUSHI ONITA 35TH ANNIVERSARY" February 24, 2012
Shinjuku FACE
580 Fans


3. Kana defeated Micro (9:45) with an Armlock.



It's like a nightmare match for some people on this board, haha.  Seriously though, Micro sightings seem a bit rarer these days.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 04, 2012, 11:28:55 PM
Today was pretty busy for joshi... and especially so for Miss Nanae.


Io Shirai 5th Anniversary Show "Carino!"
March 04, 2012
Shinkiba 1st RING
310 fans


1. Fantastic Star ~ Exhibition Match: IOTICA and Yuzupon Mask (5:00) wrestled to a time limit draw.
2. Natsuki☆Taiyo defeated Natsumi Showzuki (12:59) with a Henkei Jackknife Style Pin.
3. Teens of future: Arisa Hoshiki & Mayu Iwatani defeated Eri Susa & Mika Iida (12:22) when Hoshiki pinned Susa with a Kataebigatame.
4. Io Shirai 5th Anniversary Match: Io Shirai & Dark Angel defeated Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa (26:07) when Shirai used Mágica de Io on Wakizawa.


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Uematsu☆Ran Produce "LAST SPURT!"
March 04, 2012
Tokyo Kinema Club
280 fans (overcrowded)


1. Sonoko Kato & Rabbit Miyu defeated Carlos Amano & Maki Narumiya (12:32) when Miyu used the Rabistral on Narumiya.
2. Aja Kong defeated Super Heel Toshie Uematsu (04:59) with an Uraken.
3. Chikayo Nagashima & Abdullah Kobayashi defeated Ran Yu Yu & Sakura Hirota (12:32) when Nagashima used a Diving Foot Stomp on Hirota.
4. Mayumi Ozaki pinned GAMI (16:11) with a Ebigatame.
5. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu wrestled Aja Kong & Nanae Takahashi (30:00) to a time limit draw.


The UematsuRan show looks great; here's hoping it pops up on tape at some point.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: UnstableProtagonist on March 07, 2012, 10:25:03 PM
The main event of UematsuRan Produce show alone is worth the price of admission.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 07, 2012, 09:09:19 PM
New All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling
April 7, 2012
Yokohama Radiant Hall


1. Megumi Yabushita defeated Mika Iida (08:50) with a Cross Armbreaker.
2. Command Bolshoi defeated Sakura Hirota (01:17) with an Arm Lock.
2b. Command Bolshoi defeated Sakura Hirota (07:42) with a Kido Clutch.
3. Yuu Yamagata & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Misaki Ohata & Sawako Shimono (09:37) when Yamagata used a Super K on Shimono.
4. Takako Inoue defeated Shuu Shibutani (10:01) with a Beauty Fist.
5. Yumiko Hotta & GAMI & Ryo Mizunami defeated Manami Toyota & Kayoko Haruyama & Sachie Abe (22:50) when GAMI used Adios Amiga on Abe.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 08, 2012, 09:04:52 PM
via Ringstars blog and Diana's website:

Ibaraki Women's Wrestling Festival
April 8, 2012
Ishioka Athletic Park Gymnasium
700 fans (no vacancy)


1. Hikaru Shida defeated Sayaka Obihiro (09:14) with a Brainbuster.
2. Aoi Ishibashi & Tsukushi defeated Dorami Nagano & Kurumi (09:52) when Tsukushi used a Harukaze on Nagano.
3. Jaguar Yokota defeated Eiger (10:19) with a Leg Roll Clutch.
4. Dump Matsumoto defeated Sakura Hirota (05:19) with a Flying Body Press.
5. Kaoru Ito & Keiko Aono defeated Kyoko Inoue & Sareee (18:14) when Ito used a Spiral Bomb on Sareee.
6. Sun Sports Kamino Cup Battle Royal: Kyoko Inoue defeated Sareee (06:56) with a Lariat.
- Order of Elimination: Eiger, Keiko Aono, Aoi Ishibashi, Kaoru Ito, Sakura Hirota, Sareee
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on May 20, 2012, 08:53:37 PM
via OSAKA Joshi Puro's site:

OSAKA Women's Pro Wrestling "12th Competition・Renewal Tournament Performance"
May 20, 2012
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
155 fans


1a. Sakura Hirota defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (00:05) with a Lariat.
1b. Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Sakura Hirota (00:06) with a Lariat.
1c. Sakura Hirota wrestled Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (06:23) to a draw after a Double Fall.
2. Policewoman & Ray defeated Benten-Musume & Nyamber (18:47) when Ray used a Moonsault Press on Nyamber.
3. Misaki Guriko defeated Mika Iida (10:02) with a Bisco.
4. Kana & Shuu Shibutani defeated Yuu Yamagata & Aya Yuki (13:43) when Shibutani used a Time Machine Ride on Yuki.
5. GAMI defeated Sawako Shimono (16:54) with a Small Package Hold.

GAMI tweeted that Aya Yuki officially joined Daijo.

edit: updated with info from ringstars.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on May 20, 2012, 09:11:23 PM
The should just feed Aya Yuki tomato cans she can elbow drop like she elbow dropped Nao. No sense in putting her against people like Kana. That kind of antagonization isn't going to do well these days, "new demographic" and all since Aya doesn't fit the ultimate femme mold.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on June 16, 2012, 09:12:36 PM
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Akitoshi Saito Produced Event “Hiroshima Fighting Festival”, 6/15/2012 [Fri] 18:30 @ Hiroshima Green Arena
3,200 Spectators

(1) Misaki Ohata & Mika Iida vs. Shu Shibutani & Sawako Shimono
◆Winner: Shibutani (14:03) with a Crucifix Hold on Iida.
(2) Tatsumi Fujinami, Riki Choshu & The Original Tiger Mask vs. The Great Kabuki, Masashi Aoyagi & Yoshiaki Fujiwara
◆Winner: Fujinami (11:57) with a Dragon Sleeper on Aoyagi.
(3) Manami Toyota, Takaco Inoue & Arisa Nakajima vs. GAMI, Command Bolshoi & Sakura Hirota
◆Winner: Toyota (14:05) with the Queen Bee Bomb on Hirota.
(4) Akebono & Ryota Hama vs. Masayuki Kono & Arashi
◆Winner: Akebono (6:59) with a Body Press on Arashi.
(5) Takuma Sano & Minoru Tanaka vs. Minoru Suzuki & TAKA Michinoku
◆Winner: Sano (12:32) following the Northern Lights Bomb on TAKA.
(6) Yumi Ohka & Ayumi Kurihara vs. Kana & Mima Shimoda
◆Winner: Kurihara (17:01) with the Henkei Uranage on Shimoda.
(7) Naomichi Marufuji & Mohammed Yone vs. Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki
◆Winner: Yone (17:03) following the Shinsei Muscle Docking to Kotaro.
(8) Akitoshi Saito & Mitsuya Nagai vs. Takao Omori & Yuto Aijima
◆Winner: Saito (21:26) with the Iron Claw Slam on Aijima.

I wonder if this was televised? Seems like a very interesting card.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 17, 2012, 10:18:45 AM
Whoa, Arashi sighting.  That card does look fun.  Nice crowd too.


via Dramatic DDT:

DDT “MASA TAKANASHI TRIUMPH ANNIVERSARY RETURN”, 15/06/2012
Edogawa Eastern Friend Hall
399 Fans – No Vacancy


2. Emi Sakura defeated DJ Nira with a Mexican Surfboard (4:26).


DDT “ANGRY PE GOOD PE IN IBARAKI”, 16/06/2012
Ushiku Athletic Park Gymnasium
203 Fans – No Vacancy


3. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Battle Royal: Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) defeated DJ Nira, Masa Takanashi and Tomomitsu Matsunaga (6:32).
*V1 for Tsukasa Fujimoto?
3a. Tsukasa Fujimoto eliminated Tomomitsu Matsunaga with the Tsukadora (5:37).
3b. Tsukasa Fujimoto eliminated Masa Takanashi by Ring Out (5:50).
3c. Tsukasa Fujimoto eliminated DJ Nira by Ring Out (6:32).


UNION “NIMOMAKEZU RAIN”, 17/06/2012
Kitizawa Town Hall


2. Choun-Shiryu & Cao Zhang (w/ Princess Makoto) defeated Ken Ohka & Mio Shirai when Shiryu pinned Ohka (8:03).
4. Tokyo Women’s Wrestling Offer Match: Kagetsu defeated NOZOMI with a Boston Crab (5:57).
6. Yuko Miyamoto defeated Cherry with the Fire Thunder (10:24).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on June 18, 2012, 08:32:25 AM
Quote
Whoa, Arashi sighting. 


He still wrestles pretty reg, mostly for Apache Pro or on Tenryu's shows.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 26, 2012, 11:51:33 PM
How about some miscellaneous indy results?

via Dramatic DDT:

DDT "WHAT ARE YOU DOING 2012"
June 24, 2012
Korakuen Hall
1517 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Battle Royal: Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) defeated Danshoku Dino, DJ Nira, Gorgeous Matsuno, Hoshitango, Akito, Gota Ihashi, Hiroshi Fukuda, Choun-Shiryu and Tanomusaku Toba (10:00).
2a. Hiroshi Fukuda defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) with a Belly-To-Back Suplex (2:33).
*Hiroshi Fukuda becomes the 916th champion.
2b. Tanomusaku Toba defeated Hiroshi Fukuda (c) with a Buzzsaw Kick (4:56).
*Tanomusaku Toba becomes the 917th champion.
2c. Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Tanomusaku Toba (c) with a School Boy (5:16).
*Tsukasa Fujimoto becomes the 918th champion.
- Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title: Choun-Shiryu defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) by Pinfall (12:35 pm).
*Choun-Shiryu becomes the 919th champion.


via Emi Sakura's blog:

Gatoh Move Pro Wrestling "Gatoh Meet 1"
June 18, 2012
Nankai Kinen Clinic
57 fans


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Toru Sugiura (09:54) with a Stretch Plum.
2. Hoshitango defeated Choun Shiryu (05:01) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
3. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Rabbit Miu & Nana Kawasa (10:09) when Sakura used La Magistral on Kawasa.


via Apache Army's site:

Apache Army
June 16, 2012
Act City Hamamatsu


2. Shuri Okuda defeated Kikutaro (07:30) with a Rollup.

Apache Army
June 17, 2012
Abeno Kumin Hall
350 fans


3. Shuri Okuda defeated Kikutaro (11:03) with a Running Knee Attack.

Apache Army
June 25, 2012
Shinkiba 1st RING
130 fans


2. Bambi & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Mika Iida & Micro (12:07) when Nakagawa used an Unare Strong Arm on Micro.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on June 27, 2012, 06:36:46 AM
Okuda missed the last Apache Army show (Iida was a late sub) after reinjuring her knee during practice.  Not known if this is minor or if she's out for a long time again.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on July 08, 2012, 09:23:54 PM
via Osaka Joshi Pro's site:

OSAKA Women's Pro Wrestling #13
July 08, 2012
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
138 fans


1. Shuu Shibutani defeated Benten-Musume (09:59) with a Time Machine Ride.
2. Moeka Haruhi defeated Nyamber (07:41) with a Yokokaiten Ebigatame.
3. Policewoman & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated GAMI & Tomoka Nakagawa (14:24) when Ranmaru used a Rollup on GAMI.
4. Sawako Shimono & Maki Narumiya wrestled Syuri & Mika Iida (20:00) to a time limit draw.
5. Ran Yu Yu defeated Aya Yuuki (17:42) with an Elbow Smash.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on July 09, 2012, 12:43:17 AM
I really want to see Ran Yu Yu vs Aya Yuuki. Sounds really hard hitting just going off who was involved.

The semi doesn't look bad either.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on July 18, 2012, 11:06:16 PM
Pro wrestling at a cultural festival in China!

via miruhon.net

BATTLEAID Pro Wrestling Ring
July 17, 2012
Jiamusi City Convention and Exhibition Center, Heilongjiang Province, PRC


-14:00 show

1. Chen Hao Shuai & Raiden defeated Magnum TAKASAGO & Kagami (10:28) when Chen used an Argentine Backbreaker on Kagami.
2. Dump Matsumoto defeated Tomoko Watanabe (07:36) with a Flying Body Attack.
3. GENTARO defeated Keizo Matsuda (08:50) with a Diving Elbow Drop.
4. Kyoko Inoue & Megumi Yabushita defeated Kaori Ito & Bambi (17:00) when Inoue used a Powerbomb on Bambi.
5. Kim Duk & Katsunari Toi & Raiden defeated Bomber Riki Bathugan & KENJI & Stungun Takamura (11:08) when Kim used a Tombstone Piledriver on Bomber.

-19:30 show

1. Chen Hao Shuai defeated Kagami (05:24) with an FU.
2. Tomoko Watanabe defeated Dump Matsumoto (08:18) with La Magistral.
3. Raiden & Bomber Riki Bathugan defeated Stungun Takamura & KENJI (05:39) when Raiden used a Quick Rollup on Takamura.
4. Kaoru Ito & Bambi defeated Kyoko Inoue & Megumi Yabushita (08:42) when Ito used a Diving Footstomp on Yabushita.
5. Kim Duk & Katsunari Toi defeated GENTARO & Keizo Matsuda (11:32) when Kim used a Tombstone Piledriver on GENTARO.

(http://i46.tinypic.com/2nkt3d5.jpg)
(http://i50.tinypic.com/28bxs03.jpg)
(http://i48.tinypic.com/2s6ojz5.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 10, 2012, 08:48:55 PM
via ringstars:

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu #14
September 09, 2012
Osaka Minami Move On Arena
206 fans


1. Ran Yu Yu & Kana defeated GAMI & Mio Shirai (18:57) when Ran used a European Clutch on GAMI.
2. Kagetsu defeated Mika Iida (09:11) with a Wakigatame.
3. Ayumi Kurihara defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (10:41) with a Missile Kick.
4. Benten-musume & Policewoman defeated Misaki Guriko & Nyanber (16:15) when Benten-musume used a Senyokoi on Nyanber.
5. Mayumi Ozaki defeated Sawako Shimono (08:40) with an Uraken.
6. Kyoko Kimura defeated Aya Yuuki (14:27) with a Big Boot.


via Dramatic DDT:

Quote
GATOH PRO, 07/09/2012
Sakura Dojo, Bangkok, Thailand


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Golem Thai with a Knee Bar (9:57).
2. Hoshitango & Emi Sakura defeated EK Baki & Kaori Yoneyama when Sakura pinned Baki with a La Magistral Cradle (11:45).
3. Madoka defeated Ken Chan with a Lariat (9:02).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on September 10, 2012, 09:24:33 PM
Quote
5. Mayumi Ozaki defeated Sawako Shimono (08:40) with an Uraken.

Birthday wish granted.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 17, 2012, 12:52:00 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-meet.11
September 12, 2012
47 fans


1. Onryo & Choun Shiryu defeated Masa Takanashi & Toru Sugiura (07:34) when Onryo used an Onryo Clutch on Sugiura.
2. CHANGO wrestled Akito (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama wrestled Morii & Hanako Nakamori (15:00) to a time limit draw.


Gatoh-meet.12
September 14, 2012
33 fans


1. Akito & Masa Takanashi defeated Bear Fukuda & Kouzy (09:17) when Akito used a Leg Cross Pin on Kouzy.
2. Emi Sakura defeated NOZOMI (05:07) with a Boston Crab.
3. Morii & Masa Takanashi defeated Choun Shiryu & Hanako Nakamori (10:42) when Morii used a Small Package Hold on Nakamori.


Gatoh-meet.13
September 16, 2012
49 fans


1. Taro Yamada defeated Kouzy (05:05) with a Michinoku Driver 2.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto & CHANGO defeated Hoshitango & Hanako Nakamori (09:44) when Matsumoto used a Hiroyo Stone on Nakamori.
3. Emi Sakura wrestled Kazuhiro Tamura (15:00) to a time limit draw.


- The Sakura/Yoneyama/Nakamori/Morii unit is going to be called "Heart Move Kei Reform".
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 22, 2012, 09:36:24 AM
Manami worked all 5 matches at her anniversary shows.  A lot of nostalgia, with special appearances by Toshiyo Yamada & Etsuko Mita in a non-wrestling role (as ring seconds for Manami & Mima Shimoda, respectively), along with Itsuki Yamazaki & Noriyo Tateno (Itsuki did wrestle, and Noriyo was her second).

I'm a bit unsure about how the battle royale ended.  The translation was confusing but sounds like Hirota & GAMI were engaging in SHENANIGANS.  Results from http://blog.livedoor.jp/oznekosennin/

MANAMI TOYOTA 25TH ANNIVERSARY "FLYING ANGELA" September 22, 2012
Shinjuku FACE


1. Aja Kong, Kyoko Inoue, & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Manami Toyota, Tsukasa Fujimoto, & Tsukushi when Kuragaki used the Metal Wing on Toyota.
2. Manami Toyota defeated Miho Wakizawa with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold.
3. Mima Shimoda (with Etsuko Mita) defeated Manami Toyota (with Toshiyo Yamada)  with a Modified Casadora.
4. Mamai Toyota vs Itsuki Yamazaki (with Noriyo Tateno) went to a time limit draw.
5. Time Lag Battle Royale:  Manami Hirota defeated Sonoko Kato & Toyota MaGAMI by DQ.  Others, in order of elimination: Bolshoi Kid, Jaguar Yokota & Takako Inoue, Yumiko Hotta & Kaoru Ito, Chikayo Nagashima, Leon, Carlos Amano, Manami Toyota.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on September 22, 2012, 08:05:40 PM
Has Toyota ever wrestled Yamazaki or is this the first time she's ever gone up against her?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 22, 2012, 09:21:39 PM
Word on the street is that Wakizawa is trying to get a rematch for the big Stardom show in April.


----------------------------

via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-meet.15
September 21, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
43 fans


1. Emi Sakura defeated NOZOMI (07:00) with a Rolling Senton.
2. Choun Shiryu & Masa Takanashi defeated Bear Fukuda & Kouzy (11:54) when Shiryu used a Chinese Bombs Away on Kouzy.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Morii & Hanako Nakamori (08:10) when Yoneyama used a Thai Back Rolling Pin on Nakamori.


Gatoh-meet.16
September 22, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
36 fans


1. Takeshi Minamino defeated Taro Yamada (05:17) with a Roll Up.
2. Bear Fukuda & Masa Takanashi defeated Emi Sakura & Kouzy (10:03) when Sakura was thrown on top of Kouzy and Fukuda pinned him.
3. Morii & Hanako Nakamori defeated Kaori Yoneyama & NOZOMI (10:08) when Morii used a Senton on NOZOMI.


Gatoh-meet.17
September 23, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
75 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Hanako Nakamori (07:15) with a Crucifix Pin.
2. Takeshi Minamino & Akito defeated Masa Takanashi & Emi Sakura (09:03) when Minamino used a Shoutei on Sakura.
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Morii (09:55) with a Hiroyo Stone.

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Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 01, 2012, 08:20:44 PM
via ringstars:

Autumn Matsuri~Iruma Joshi Puroresu
September 30, 2012
Seishin Sangyo Unyu Special Ring
1160 fans


1. Nao Komatsu defeated Jenny Rose (06:59) with a German Suplex Hold.
2. Hamuko Hoshi & Tsukushi defeated Maki Narumiya & Aki Shizuku (09:12) when Hoshi used a Lariat on Narumiya.
3. Syuri defeated Makoto (06:16) with a Gracias.
4. Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue defeated Mima Shimoda & Keiko Aono (12:43) when Kyoko used a Niagara Driver on Shimoda.
5. Mayumi Ozaki & Chikayo Nagashima defeated Carlos Amano & Sonoko Kato (11:32) when Nagashima used a Fisherman Buster on Kato.

- This show was held outdoors in the steady rain.




via Dramatic DDT:

Quote
UNION “I WILL MEET YOU AT THE KITASENJU”, 22/09/2012
Kitasenju Theatre 1010
123 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House


2. Tokyo Women’s Wrestling Offer Match: Maki Narumiya defeated NOZOMI with the Diving Guillotine Drop (9:07).
3. Great Britain Gentlemen Rules Handicap Match: Cherry & Mio Shirai (w/ Rumi Kazama) defeated Hiroshi Fukuda (w/ Mame Endo) when Shirai pinned Fukuda with the Purple Flash (1:37).
3a. Handicap Match: Cherry & Mio Shirai (w/ Rumi Kazama) defeated Hiroshi Fukuda (w/ Mame Endo) when Cherry pinned Fukuda with the Cherryton Bomb (7:57).

[...]

Clearly inspired by the recent riveting discussion about whether or not Big Daddy should be inducted into the Wrestling Observer Hall Of Fame, Hiroshi Fukuda decided to be a gentlemen and wrestle under “Great Britain” rules for his Handicap match against Cherry & Mio Shirai. Part of the rules were to wrestle clean like a gentleman and he also only had to be pinned for two seconds instead of three to lose. Mio did just that two minutes later. Fukuda complained and remembered that the British doesn’t actually use those rules, so they restarted the match under normal Handicap rules. This time Fukuda fought dirty and attempted to use a chair and a tambourine as weapons. Rumi Kazama stopped him from using the foriegn objects and the distraction led to his defeat for the second time. Fukuda was so upset he fled backstage (and I quote from the website translation) “crying like a virgin.”
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on October 04, 2012, 03:21:53 PM
So that's the show that was on the OZ blog. I was lazy and didn't read it closely.

I was wondering what that stuff was on Kazama's blog.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 08, 2012, 06:00:13 AM
via http://battle-news.com/battle/2012/10/001478.php :

Joshi4Hope IV
October 07, 2012
Tokyo Kinema Club
212 fans


1. Yuhi defeated Veda Scott (06:10) with a Firebird Splash.
2. Tomoka Nakagawa & She Nay Nay defeated Yumi Ohka & Maki Narumiya (16:28) when Nakagawa used a CRB on Narumiya.
3. Ayumi Kurihara & Mika Iida defeated Leon & Manami Katsu (15:32) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Katsu.
4. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Ryo Mizunami defeated Arisa Nakajima & Aya Yuuki (15:37) when Matsumoto used a Backdrop on Yuuki.
5. REMIX Women's Championship: Hailey Hatred © defeated Mschif (17:12) with a Running Ligerbomb.  Hailey is successful in her first defense.


via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.1
October 07, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
72 fans (full house)


1. Emi Sakura wrestled Riho (10:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Bear Fukuda defeated Taro Yamada (06:15) with a Small Package Hold.
3. 3 vs 3 Captain's Fall Elimination Match: Kaori Yoneyama © & Morii & Hanako Nakamori defeated Ken Ohka © & Masa Takanashi & Akito (3-2).
- Morii defeated Akito (03:02) via Over the Window Frame.
- Takanashi defeated Nakamori (05:30) via Over the Window Frame.
- Ohka defeated Morii (08:26) with a Samson Clutch Smash.
- Yoneyama defeated Takanashi (10:08) via Over the Window Frame.
- Yoneyama defeated Ohka (11:45) with a Yone-ZOU.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on October 11, 2012, 08:57:06 PM
(http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/304371_10152194091900354_1935517618_n.jpg)

Looks like Hiroyo finally got her receipt from Arisa giving her a bloody mouth with that punch 4 years ago:
(http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/429372_10152194083280354_758489090_n.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 15, 2012, 11:12:47 PM
via ringstars:

CMLL
October 12, 2012
Arena Mexico


CMLL-REINA International Championship: Amapola defeated Leon © (2-1).
- Leon defeated Amapola with a Mad Splash.
- Amapola defeated Leon with a Devil's Wings.
- Amapola defeated Leon with a Backcracker.

- Leon fails in her first defense; Amapola becomes the second CMLL-REINA International Champion.



via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.2
October 10, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
52 fans (no vacancy)


2. Captain Bandana Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Ken Ohka (05:36) via Bandana Hanging.
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Choun Shiryu defeated Masa Takanashi & Riho (10:52) when Matsumoto used a Kurukuru Ribbon Cutback on Riho.
4. Hanako Nakamori & Morii defeated Kazuhiro Tamura & Emi Sakura (11:21) when Nakamori used a Rojou on Sakura.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.3
October 13, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
40 fans


1. Riho & Bear Fukuda defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Ken Ohka (07:52) when Riho used a Somato on Ohka.
2. 3 Way Match: Hanako Nakamori defeated Taro Yamada and Kazuhiro Tamura (07:07) when she used a Rojou on Yamada.
3. Emi Sakura defeated Morii (12:10) with La Magistral.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.4
October 14, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
63 fans (full house)


1. Kazuhiro Tamura wrestled Akito (10:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Choun Shiryu & Riho defeated Masa Takanashi & Emi Sakura (10:53) when Shiryu used a Chinese Bombs Away on Sakura.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Hailey Hatred wrestled Morii & Hanako Nakamori (15:00) to a time limit draw.

- Gatoh Move is running Itabashi Green Hall on 11/04.  Riho is going to reveal her new ring name on that show.
- The Gatoh Move twitter has the following matches announced: Sakura vs Riho, Morii vs Sareee, Hailey vs NOZOMI, Yoneyama & X & X vs Tamura & X & X in a Captain's Fall Elimination Match, Yoneyama vs Rubber Man, and Nanae vs Hanako. 
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 17, 2012, 01:19:14 PM
The Tommy Ran show, from Ringstars.  Also, singing by Mimi Hagiwara.  It looks likely Meiko & Ayumi will have a rematch with a longer time limit at some point.

TOMMY RAN PRODUCE October 14, 2012
Shinjuku FACE
357 Fans
Tommy Ran 30th Anniversary (wrestler + referee)


1. Kana defeated Makoto (8:31) with a Cross Arm Breaker.
2. Kazuhiko Matsuzaki, GAMI, & Command Bolshoi defeated Masayoshi Motegi, Tomoka Nakagawa, & Sakura Hirota (12:22) when GAMI pinned Nakagawa.
3. Jaguar Yokota & Mayumi Ozaki defeated Sachie Abe & KAZUKI (14:30) when Ozaki used a Tequila Sunrise on KAZUKI.
4. Sonoko Kato & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Chikayo Nagashima & Kayoko Haruyama (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
5. Ran Yu-Yu & Maki Narumiya defeated Takako Inoue & Yuu Yamagata (13:20) when Ran used a Forearm Smash on Yamagata.
6. Meiko Satomura vs Ayumi Kurihara (15:00) went to a time-limit draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 31, 2012, 09:59:30 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.5
October 29, 2012
Ichigaya Ice Box
35 fans


1. Takeshi Minamino defeated Choun Shiryu (08:00) with a Casadora Counter.
2. Handicap Match: Morii & Hanako Nakamori defeated Taro Yamada (09:16) when Morii used a Schoolboy on Yamada.
3. Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Riho (12:07) when Sakura used La Magistral on Riho.

(http://i50.tinypic.com/2ypcidy.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 04, 2012, 08:36:07 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.6
November 03, 2012
Ichigaya Nankai Kinen Clinic
48 fans


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Kouzy (09:07) with a Modified Udegarami.
2. Hanako Nakamori defeated DJ Nira (08:04) with a Sleeperhold.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Bear Fukuda & Morii (10:02) when Yoneyama used a Thai Back Roll Pin on Morii.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.7
November 04, 2012
Itabashi Green Hall
243 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Morii defeated Sareee (06:13) with a Diving Senton.
2. Hailey Hatred defeated NOZOMI (03:29) with a Running Ligerbomb.
3. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Rubber Man (03:57) with a Schoolboy.
4. Nanae Takahashi defeated Hanako Nakamori (14:50) with a Refrigerator Bomb.
5. Captain's Fall Elimination Match: Kaori Yoneyama <c> & Takeshi Minamino & Kouzy defeated Kazuhiro Tamura <c> & Choun Shiryu & Taro Yamada (2-1).
- Minamino defeated Choun (10:02) with a Kaiten Ebigatame Cutback.
- Tamura defeated Minamino (10:32) via OTR.
- Yoneyama defeated Tamura (14:33) via OTR.
6. Emi Sakura defeated Riho (12:38) with La Magistral.

- Riho changed her ring name to… Riho.  (りほ --->  里歩)

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via ringstars:

Akinokurigohan Box Office ~Freshly Cooked Hot~
November 04, 2012
Shinjuku FACE
350 fans (super no vacancy)


1. GAMI defeated Mika Iida (08:28) with a Small Package.
- Special rules: Iida only needed a 2 count to win, while GAMI needed a 3 count.
2. Hailey Hatred & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated noki-A & A☆YU☆MI (12:51) when Hailey used a Hailey-style 120% Schoolboy on A☆YU☆MI.
3. 3 Way Match: Mio Shirai defeated Shuu Shibutani and Chikayo Nagashima (07:26) when she used a Tsuchigumo on Shibutani.
4. Sonoko Kato defeated Ray (13:49) with a Diving Guillotine Drop.
5. AKINO & Ayumi Kurihara & Mika Iida defeated Aja Kong & Ran Yu Yu & Sawako Shimono (28:36) when Iida used an East Tsugaru Clutch on Shimono.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on November 04, 2012, 11:10:57 PM
Totally forgot about AKINO/Ayumi produce. Nice to see alter egos come out and Mio going over.
And Sonoko getting a singles match.

Random Nanae in Gatoh Move is awesome.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 26, 2012, 01:28:36 PM
via ringstars:

All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling
November 24, 2012
Yokohama Radiant Hall
315 fans (no vacancy)


1. KAZUKI defeated Aya Yuuki (09:58) with a Diving Double Knee Drop.
2. Tomoka Nakagawa & Ryo Mizunami defeated Cherry & Shuu Shibutani (14:09) when Nakagawa used a 120% Schoolboy on Shibutani.
3. Leon defeated Sachie Abe (13:06) with a Captured Buster.
4. Bolshoi Kid & Yuu Yamagata defeated Takako Inoue & Kayoko Haruyama (15:15) when Bolshoi used a Huracanrana on Haruyama.
5. Yumiko Hotta & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Megumi Yabushita & Arisa Nakajima (12:44) when Hotta used a Pyramid Driver on Yabushita.

- The main event looks intense.  Check out the pics here: http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11412435502.html
- Anyone know who is running this new AJW?

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on November 26, 2012, 01:58:54 PM
The main event looks awesome, shame we'll probably never get to see it. *wail
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on November 27, 2012, 06:49:24 AM
Clearly that main event is too good for mortal eyes.

I dig those tag team combinations and any combination of Arisa  vs Hiroyo -throw some Hotta on that with a side of Megumi Yabushita and it's crazy awesome.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on November 27, 2012, 01:54:27 PM
Ugh, I'll need to check out Arisa and Hiroyo's encounters over the JWP Jr Belts.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 28, 2012, 02:43:03 AM
Arisa rekindling two feuds at once? Awee man  *gloom
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: shupercousin on December 02, 2012, 12:08:08 PM
Ran Yu Yu self-produce show: Last Ran ~Starlight≦Regret~
Tokyo Cinema Club
Fans: 192 (no vacancy)


Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu Yu had a talk show to start off the event, special guests: Commando Bolshoi and Kayoko Haruyama

10 Person Jungle Jack Rules Elimination Tag Match:

1) 5 vs. 5:

Meiko Satomura vs Aja Kong
Carlos Amano vs AKINO
Sonoko Kato vs Ran Yu Yu
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Tomoka Nakagawa
Chikayo Nagashima vs Hiroyo Kouki Matsumoto

All singles matches were 5 minutes, and all ended in draw. Then it becomes a 5 vs 5 elimination match. At 60 minutes, there still were no points scored. So the match goes into sudden death:

Aja Kong, Ran Yu Yu ○, AKINO, Tomoka Nakagawa, Hiroyo Matsumoto d. Chikayo Nagashima, Carlos Amano, Sonoko Kato, Tsubasa Kuragaki ●, Meiko Satomura (62:54) via the Elbow Smash from Yu Yu to Tsubasa Kuragaki

Ran Yu Yu cinched the victory for Jungle Jack 21 (0:1)

Then there were two 3-minute singles matches that both ended in draw:

Tomoka Nakagawa vs Ran Yu Yu (3:00, Draw)
AKINO vs Ran Yu Yu (3:00, Draw)

Also announced, Hiroyo officially leaves the OZ Sekigun stable, as it looks more likely that she may get another shot at the OZ title.

http://ameblo.jp/nakamura-hiroyuki/entry-11418560306.html
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 03, 2012, 09:03:43 PM
^ Do want.


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via ringstars:

Ray Produce "Road to 10th Anniversary"
December 02, 2012
Shinkiba 1st RING


1. Sawako Shimono & Shinose Thirty-seven defeated Nagisa Nozaki & Jiro Kuroshio (07:10) when Shinose used a Bazooka Elbow on Kuroshio.
2. 3 Way Match: Mio Shirai defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota and Karate Brahman (04:05) via double fall after a Hirota Tokimeki Memorial on Brahman.
3. Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka defeated YO-HEY & Yusuke Kodama (11:02) when Miyamoto used a Fire Thunder on YO-HEY.
4. Hailey Hatred & Makoto wrestled Ayumi Kurihara & Maki Narumiya (20:00) to a time limit draw.
5. Ultimo Dragon & noki-A defeated Tigre Blanco & Ray (19:54) when Dragon used a Monte Cristo on Ray.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 21, 2012, 07:14:50 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.12 ~One More Time, Itabashi Tournament~
December 20, 2012
Itabashi Green Hall
170 fans (no vacancy)


1. Hanako Nakamori defeated Sareee (06:07) with a Fisherman Suplex Hold.
2. Kazuhiro Tamura wrestled Masa Takanashi (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. 4 Way Match: Taro Yamada defeated Choun Shiryu and Hoshitango and CHANGO (07:52) via ring out.
4. EVE Championship: Emi Sakura wrestled Hiroyo Matsumoto (20:00) to a time limit draw.  Sakura is successful in her first defense.
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Hailey Hatred defeated Kay Lee Ray & Riho (11:01) when Yoneyama used a Thai Back Roll Pin on Riho.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Morii (16:05) with a Refrigerator Bomb.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 01, 2013, 02:46:43 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.14
December 29, 2012
Ichigaya Nankai Kinen Clinic
40 fans


1. Hanako Nakamori & Taro Yamada defeated Masa Takanashi & Ken Ohka (10:08) when Nakamori used a Rojou on Ohka.
2. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Kay Lee Ray (04:49) with a Kaiten Ebigatame.
3. Riho & Morii defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Emi Sakura (12:09) when Riho used a Somato on Sakura.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.15
December 30, 2012
Ichigaya Nankai Kinen Clinic
58 fans (no vacancy)


0. Exhibition Match: Kotori wrestled Emi Sakura to a draw. (0-0)
1. 3 Way Match: Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Riho and Masa Takanashi (05:10) when she used a Small Package on Riho.
2. Emi Sakura defeated Kay Lee Ray (07:20) with La Magistral.
3. Chocolate Square Army vs Yamada Arena Army 2 vs 3 Match: Kazuhiro Tamura & Kaori Yoneyama & Morii defeated Taro Yamada & Hanako Nakamori (10:03) when Tamura used a Buzzsaw Kick on Nakamori.

(http://i45.tinypic.com/2a0dikx.jpg)
"Chocolatemaker"


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.16
December 31, 2012
Ichigaya Nankai Kinen Clinic
68 fans (super no vacancy full house)


0. Exhibition Match: Kotori wrestled Emi Sakura to a draw. (0-0)
1. Kay Lee Ray & Riho defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Choun Shiryu (11:42) when Ray used a Scottish Northern Lights Suplex Hold on Shiryu.
2. Kaori Yoneyama wrestled Morii (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Chocolate Square Army vs Yamada Arena Army: Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi defeated Hanako Nakamori & Taro Yamada (09:21) when Sakura used La Magistral on Yamada.

(http://i46.tinypic.com/345y1y9.jpg)
Obihiro joined Gatoh Move, and it looks like she'll go to Thailand at some point in 2013.  GM has a show on 01/06 at Itabashi Green Hall with Sakura/Riho vs Yoneyama/Obihiro, Nakamori vs Tamura, Kay Lee Ray vs Cherry, and Yoneyama vs Rubber Man announced thus far.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 06, 2013, 11:04:00 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.17
January 06, 2012
Itabashi Green Hall
158 fans


1. Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Ken Ohka & Morii (13:54) when Shiryu used a Hoikoro on Morii.
2. Rubber Tube Deathmatch: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Rubber Man (03:01) by touching all four turnbuckles.
3. Cherry wrestled Kay Lee Ray (10:00) to a time limit draw.
4. Kazuhiro Tamura defeated Hanako Nakamori (09:20) with a Minoru Special.
5. Kaori Yoneyama & Sayaka Obihiro defeated Riho & Emi Sakura (15:03) when Yoneyama used a Yone-ZOU on Sakura.
6. Battle Royale: Morii defeated Choun Shiryu (09:52) with a Gedo Clutch.
- Exit Order: Masa Takanashi, Kay Lee Ray, Cherry, Kazuhiro Tamura & Hanako Nakamori, Kaori Yoneyama, Emi Sakura, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Riho, Ken Ohka, Choun Shiryu
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 20, 2013, 09:13:02 PM
via Ringstars:

Osaka Joshi Puroresu "Osaka Joshi Puroresu~Mutsuki~"
January 19, 2013
Azalea Taisho
168 fans


1. Misaki Guriko defeated Mio Shirai (06:29) with a Caramel Clutch.
2. 3 Way Match: Tomoka Nakagawa defeated GAMI and Douton Bolshoi (11:16) when she used a Rollup on GAMI.
3. Yuu Yamagata defeated Aya Yuuki (11:21) with an Air Raid Crash.
4. Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Apple Miyuki & Ayumi Kurihara defeated Policewoman & Nyanber & Bentenmusume。(13:21) when Kurihara used a Kasadora on Nyanber.
5. Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu defeated Arisa Nakajima & Reideen Hagane (16:30) when Shimono used a Diving Raiden Drop on Hagane.

- Daijo has a rookie named Marina Okamoto debuting on their March show.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on January 20, 2013, 10:07:06 PM
Quote
1. Misaki Guriko defeated Mio Shirai (06:29) with a Caramel Clutch.

Fug, how many gimmicks does Ohata need?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on January 21, 2013, 04:20:35 AM
I'd have so many alter egos if I were a wrestler.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 21, 2013, 11:00:21 AM
Misaki came into prowres looking for a performance job, so why would she not want to play a million parts lol?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 28, 2013, 03:02:08 AM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.18
January 25, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
53 fans (no vacancy)


1. Hanako Nakamori & Taro Yamada defeated Kazuhiro Tamura & Emi Sakura (10:24) when Nakamori used a Rojou on Sakura.
2. Masa Takanashi & Riho defeated Choun Shiryu & Sayaka Obihiro (14:17) when Takanashi used a Birth Cutback on Obihiro.
3. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Morii & Hanako Nakamori (12:23) when Sakura used a Tiger Driver on Nakamori.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.19
January 27, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
73 fans (super no vacancy full house)


0. Exhibition Match: Kotori wrestled Emi Sakura to a draw. (0-0)
1. Kaori Yoneyama wrestled Choun Shiryu (10:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Antonio Honda & Hoshitango defeated Masa Takanashi & Taro Yamada (11:14) when Honda used an Octopus Hold on Yamada.
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Riho defeated Emi Sakura & Sayaka Obihiro (09:30) when Matsumoto used a Gedo Clutch on Obihiro.

Tokyo Sports showed Gatoh Move a little love with a recap vid of the show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaHuiJZdIbw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ws97W3tWXAU

Or you can watch the whole show here:

http://twitcasting.tv/sakuraemi/movie/8813751
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 12, 2013, 11:36:41 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.20 ~First Floor Itabashi Tournament~
February 09, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall 1st Floor Hall
95 fans (no vacancy)


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Sayaka Obihiro (07:53) with a Hiroyo Stone.
2. Improvisational Minstrel Deathmatch: Antonio Honda defeated Emi Sakura (3-2).
3. Kenny Omega & Riho defeated Masa Takanashi & Kaori Yoneyama (12:12) when Omega used a One-Winged Angel on Yoneyama.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.21
February 11, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
40 fans


0. Exhibition Match: Kotori wrestled Emi Sakura to a draw. (0-0)
1. Marines Mask defeated Sayaka Obihiro (07:29) with a Reverse Obihiro Magic.
2. 3 Way Valentine Deathmatch: Choun Shiryu defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto and Kaori Yoneyama (05:28) when he captured the chocolate.
- To win, one had to take chocolate hanging from the ceiling with one's mouth without using one's hands.
3. Akito & Emi Sakura defeated Kazuhiro Tamura & Taro Yamada (13:42) when Akito used an Ankle Hold on Yamada.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 16, 2013, 11:24:53 PM
via Ringstars:

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu ~Kisaragi~
February 16, 2013
Azalea Taisho
123 fans


0. Exhibition Match: GAMI wrestled Marina Okamoto to a draw (0-0).
1. Kagetsu defeated Raideen Hagane (08:10) with a Backflip.
2. 3 Way Match: Nyanber defeated Policewoman and Bentenmusume。(10:01) when she used a Kohou Kaiten Ebigatame on Policewoman.
3. Misaki Guriko & Kana & Mio Shirai defeated GAMI & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Apple Miyuki (16:45) when Guriko used a German Suplex Hold on Ranmaru.
4. Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Aya Yuuki (12:03) with a Hayabusa Jikiden Falcon Arrow.
5. Arisa Nakajima defeated Sawako Shimono (11:19) with a Cross Arm Suplex Hold.


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via Dramatic DDT:

Quote
UNION “GOOD FORTUNE DEMONS 2013”, 13/02/2013
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
251 Fans – Super No Vacancy


3. Winner Names & Designs New Championship: Masako Takanashi & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Cherry & Mio Shirai when Yoneyama pinned Cherry with a Roll Through German Suplex (10:09).
4. Loser Withdraws From Union: Keisuke Ishii defeated Ken Ohka (w/ Mio Shirai) with the Kneel Kick (9:45).
*Ken Ohka & Mio Shirai are kind of forced to withdraw from Union.

(...)
However, Ohka and Shirai would make their presence felt again at the end of the show. Two masked figures interrupted the post show speeches by kidnapping Jun Kasai and holding him hostage under the threat of stabbings with a ball-point pen. The masked man and women demanded to be booked for a match at Union’s next show in Yokohama on 10th March. Naomi Susan easily recognised who the duo was and happily accepted their demand. She actually felt relieved that Ohka and Shirai quickly found a way to get back into Union.

Kaori Yoneyama won the right to name and design Union’s new championship. She hopes to have it finished in time for Union’s next show and promises to become the first champion.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 25, 2013, 07:26:30 PM
Diamond Ring
February 11, 2013
Korakuen Hall


Akira Hokuto Produce Joshi Special Match: Manami Toyota & Meiko Satomura defeated Yumiko Hotta & Sonoko Kato (12:04) when Toyota used a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Kato.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxmx1z_manami-toyota-meiko-satomura-vs-sonoko-kato-yumiko-hotta-diamond-ring_sport

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via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.22
February 16, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
33 fans


0. Exhibiton Match: Kotori defeated Emi Sakura (1-0).
1. Akito defeated Taro Yamada (08:51) with a Modified Cobra Twist.
2. Masa Takanashi wrestled Madoka (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Ken Ohka & Sayaka Obihiro (10:22) when Yoneyama used a Thai Back Roll Pin on Obihiro.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.23
February 17, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
41 fans


1. Only Give Up Rules: Akito defeated Emi Sakura (7-0).
2. Masa Takanashi & Kazuhiro Tamura wrestled Gurukunmask & Madoka (15:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Marines Mask & Sayaka Obihiro (11:09) when they used a Kakaatenka on Obihiro.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.24
February 23, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall First Floor Hall
60 fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sayaka Obihiro (07:21) with a Birth Cutback.
2. Masa Takanashi defeated Taro Yamada (08:59) with a Bacchus.
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Choun Shiryu (07:51) with a Backdrop.
4. Kazuhiro Tamura wrestled Yumiko Hotta (10:00) to a time limit draw.
5. "Kotori" Debut Match: Emi Sakura defeated "Kotori" (09:46) with a Boston Crab.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.25
February 24, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
38 fans


1. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama wrestled Kamui & Hiroyo Matsumoto (15:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Sayaka Obihiro defeated DJ Nira (08:55) when she countered a Flying Body Press with her knees.
3. Masa Takanashi defeated "Kotori" (09:13) with a Kaiten Ebigatame Cutback.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 10, 2013, 09:01:08 PM
via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.26
March 02, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
27 fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated "Kotori" (05:12) with a Koho Kaiten Ebigatame.
2. 3 Way Match: Marines Mask defeated Sayaka Obihiro and Masa Takanashi (07:30) when he used a Reverse Chickenwing Facelock on Obihiro.
3. Emi Sakura & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Madoka & Riho (10:35) when Sakura used La Magistral on Riho.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.27
March 09, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
35 fans


1. Choun Shiryu defeated "Kotori" (04:26) with a Kangaroo Clutch.
2. 3 Way Match: Madoka defeated Sayaka Obihiro and Kaori Yoneyama (08:20) when he used a Backslide on Obihiro.
3. Riho & Masa Takanashi defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Choun Shiryu (13:32) when everyone pinned Shiryu.


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via Dramatic DDT:

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UNION “MARCH OF THE UNION 2013”, 10/03/2013
Yokohama Radiant Hall
242 Fans – Super No Vacancy


5. Union Fly To Everywhere World Title: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Cherry with a Roll Through German Suplex (14:07).
*Kaori Yoneyama is the 1st Union Fly To Everywhere World Champion!

The creator of the Union Fly To Everywhere World Title is now its first champion. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Cherry in the decision match to crown the first FTE Champion. Nazo Fukumen A challenged Kaori to a title match but Rumi Kazama refused to sanction the match because she said it is strictly a women’s championship. The masked man told Kazama to never forget those words and left. Yoneyama declared she will defend her new championship many times to any woman who challenges her.


GANBARE☆WRESTLING “JUDGEMENT PRE-EVENT”, 06/03/2013
Nanhai Ichigaya Memorial Clinic
73 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House


1. Nana Kawasa defeated Ganbare Tamagawa with the Jack Nana (8:32).

Co-founder Wonder Man was forced to apologise to Ganbare Tamagawa for failing to find him an opponent for the event. Tamagawa was not happy and demanded a match, forcing Wonder Man to ask the audience if anyone knew how to wrestle. Luckily for him, Nana Kawasa from JWP was there and she accepted Tamagawa’s challenge. The rookie joshi surprised Tamagawa with a pin out of nowhere to win.


Oh, and here's a pic of the belt from Yoneyama's twitter, so you can appreciate how truly hideous it is:
(http://i50.tinypic.com/2na5z4z.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on March 20, 2013, 05:33:15 PM
I think it's cute.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 25, 2013, 04:35:00 PM
via Daijo's site:

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu 3rd Anniversary
March 20, 2013
Nasci Hall Umeda
289 fans


1. Fairy Nihonbashi Debut Match: Sawako Shimono defeated Fairy Nihonbashi (06:37) with a Backflip.
2. Mexican Rules Tag Match: Policewoman & A☆YU☆MI & Nyanber defeated Bentenmusume。 & Douton Bolshoi & Neko Nitta (12:43) when A☆YU☆MI used an Uranage on Bentenmusume。
3. Kana defeated GAMI (17:58) with a Tobitsuki-style Cross Armbreaker.
4. Dump Matsumoto & Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Apple Miyuki (10:39) when Matsumoto pinned everyone with a Body Press.
5. Arisa Nakajima & Misaki Guriko defeated Aya Yuuki & Ryo Mizunami (16:07) when Nakajima used a Dharma German Suplex Hold on Yuuki.
6. Kagetsu defeated Sawako Shimono (14:02) via referee stoppage with an Umanori-style Armlock.

- Fairy Nihonbashi is Marina Okamoto's new ringname.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 01, 2013, 08:55:04 PM
via Sakura's blog (ameblo.jp/gmtvsakura):

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.28
March 15, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall First Floor Hall
58 fans


1. Riho defeated "Kotori" (06:39) with a Northern Lights Suplex Hold.
2. One Count Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Madoka (06:13) with a Yokojujigatame.
3. Kazuhiko Ogasawara vs Yumiko Hotta (04:38) went to a no contest after they both attacked the referee.
4. Choun Shiryu & Masa Takanashi & Sayaka Obihiro defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Kamui & Emi Sakura (17:02) when Shiryu used a Chinese Bombs Away on Sakura.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.29
March 17, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
32 fans


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated "Kotori" (06:42) with a Tokaido Otoshi.
2. Kaori Yoneyama wrestled Madoka (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Riho & Antonio Honda defeated Emi Sakura & Sayaka Obihiro (14:19) when Riho used a Somato on Obihiro.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.30
March 20, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
57 fans (no vacancy)


1. Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka vs Kazuhiko Ogasawara & Masa Takanashi (06:55) went to a no contest when Ogasawara began attacking everyone, including the referee.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto vs DJ Nira (05:38) went to a no contest when Kazuhiko Ogasawara ran in and began attacking everyone, including the referee.
3. Riho & Emi Sakura defeated Sayaka Obihiro & "Kotori" (13:22) when Riho used a Diving Body Press on "Kotori".

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.31
March 23, 2013
Nagoya Sportiva Arena
72 fans (no vacancy)


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sayaka Obihiro (05:55) with a Thai Kouhou Kaiten Ebigatame.
2. Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Akito & Konaka=Pale One (12:53) when they used a Kakaa Tenka on Pale One.
3. Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi defeated Riho & "Kotori" (12:27) when Sakura used a Chou Cream on "Kotori".
4. Shachihoko Battle Royale: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Choun Shiryu (09:06) via Shachihoko (i.e. making the opponent shout "Shachihoko" while applying a Boston Crab).

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.32
March 31, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
48 fans


1. Choun Shiryu wrestled Taro Yamada (10:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Konaka=Pale One defeated Sayaka Obihiro (07:55) with a Small Package Hold.
3. Riho & "Kotori" defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura (13:38) when Riho used a Chuugakusei Clutch on Sakura.

- The 04/13 show at Itabashi Green Hall has Riho vs Nanae Takahashi and Emi Sakura vs Miho Wakizawa for the first time, if memory serves, since Emi was in IWA Japan.


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via Dramatic DDT (dramaticddt.wordpress.com):

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TOKYO WOMEN’S WRESTLING “THE SECOND MEETING”, 25/03/2013
Shibuya Deseo
100 Fans – No Vacancy


1. Sambo Exhibition: Chikage Kiba Vs Daisuke Kiso ended in a Time Limit Draw (3:00).
2. Miyu Yamashita defeated KANNA with a Soccer Kick (4:36).

The second Tokyo Women’s Wrestling preview event saw similar results to the first. Chikage Kiba went through another Sambo contest with referee Daisuke Kiso that ended in a draw and Miyu Yamashita got the better of KANNA for the second time. Yamashita said she wants to wrestle inside a ring but until then she will practice, practice, practice. KANNA meanwhile does not want to start a losing streak. Kiba promises she will always fight with full force.

The next preview event will take place on 26th April.

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USA “STARGATE 2013”, 28/03/2013
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
319 Fans – Super No Vacancy


1. US Heavyweight Title: Mr. Perfect (c) defeated Rabbit Miu with the Rock Bottom (2:28).
(...)
The first match was Mr. Perfect successfully defending the US Heavyweight Title against Rabbit Miu. Fukuda got a cheap victory thanks to Rikiya Heart tripping Miu from outside the ring.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 18, 2013, 09:58:53 PM
via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Ishioka Joshi Puroresu Festival
April 13, 2013
Ishioka Athletic Park Gymnasium
500 fans (super no vacancy)


1. SAKI defeated MIZUKI (07:06) with a Boston Crab.
2. Tomoko Watanabe defeated Jenny Rose (06:53) with a Lariat.
3. Ryo Mizunami defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (13:01) with a Mizunami Coaster.
4. Yumiko Hotta & Keiko Aono defeated Dump Matsumoto & Mima Shimoda (11:07) when Hotta used a Tiger Driver on Shimoda.
5. Eiger defeated Sareee (11:40) with a Jyuraku.
6. Ayumi Kurihara & Mio Shirai defeated Cherry & Shuu Shibutani (14:02) when Kurihara used a Modified Uranage on Shibutani.




via Sakura Emi's blog (ameblo.jp/gtmvsakura):

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.34 "Spring! Ring! Itabashi Tournament"
April 13, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall
153 fans


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated "Kotori" (07:34) with a Tokaido Otoshi.
2. Marines Mask defeated Choun Shiryu (07:54) with a Moonsault Press.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka defeated Death Worm♀ and Sayaka Obihiro (09:44) when Yoneyama used a Thai Koho Kaiten Ebigatame on Obihiro.
4. Emi Sakura wrestled Miho Wakizawa (15:00) to a time limit draw.
5. Manami Toyota defeated Taro Yamada (11:34) with a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb.
6. Nanae Takahashi defeated Riho (14:37) with a Refrigerator Bomb.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.35
April 19, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
48 fans


1. Masa Takanashi defeated "Kotori" (09:00) when he countered a Cross Armbreaker into a pin.
2. Riho & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Sayaka Obihiro (06:57) when Riho used a Somato on Obihiro.
3. Taro Yamada & Kazuhiro Tamura defeated Hikaru Sato & Emi Sakura (10:40) when Yamada used a Reverse Gori Special Bomb on Sakura.

Edit: Added the GM 04/19 results.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 27, 2013, 09:56:45 PM
via battle-news.com:

TRIPLESIX.S
April 20, 2013
Shinkiba 1st RING
666 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Yanpuro Offer Match: Kojiki & Kouzy defeated Aruganiisan & YANAGAWA (08:34) when Kouzy used an Ura-style Cross Armbreaker on YANAGAWA.
2. Apple Miyuki & Nise Naoshi Sano defeated Gabai Jiichan & Kunihiko Mitamega (09:55) when Miyuki pinned Mitamega after a Jiichan Choke Slam.
3. 3 Way Match: Konaka=Pale One defeated Miyako Matsumoto and Onryo (12:53)
when he used a Rollup on Matsumoto.
4. Hardcore Match: Kana & Jun Kasai defeated Shinobu & Mio Shirai (14:09) when Kana used a Schoolboy on Shirai.
5. Shinobu & Taro Yamada defeated Dynasty & K666 (11:41) when Yamada used a Double Knee Drop on Dynasty.
6. Cosplay Match: Ayumi Kurihara & Miyako Matsumoto (w/ Mame Endo) defeated Mio Shirai & Apple Miyuki (w/ Kouzy) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Miyuki.
7. The Crazy SKB & Kana & Jun Kasai defeated Maria Sharapova & Kimiko Date-Krumm & The Prince of Tennis & Madame Butterfly (w/ Shuzo Matsuoka (Koniwa)) (07:06) when Kana used a High Kick on the Prince.



via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Ray Box Office "Road to Ray 10th Anniversary Korakuen Hall Tournament"
April 21, 2013
Shinkiba 1st RING
250 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Makoto & Hanako Nakamori defeated Antonio Ko-inoki & Giant Ko-baba (10:15) when Makoto used a Blazing Chop on Ko-baba.
4. Tigre Blanco & Command Bolshoi & El Hijo del Pantera defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Yusuke Kodama & YUJI KITO (14:12) when Pantera used a Swanton Bomb on KITO.
5. Ray & TAJIRI defeated Gran Hamada & Leon (19:25) when Ray used a Backlash on Leon.



via Dramatic DDT (dramaticddt.wordpress.com):

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TOKYO WOMEN’S WRESTLING “THE THIRD MEETING”, 26/04/2013
Shibuya Deseo
120 Fans – Super No Vacancy


1. Karate Exhibition: Miyu Yamashita Vs Hikaru Nakajima ended in a Time Limit Draw (3:00).
2. Chikage Kiba defeated KANNA with a Cross Kneebar (4:01).

Chikage Kiba’s first wrestling match ended in happiness after she defeated KANNA by submission. She has declared herself the ace of Tokyo Women’s Wrestling.

Today was Hikaru Nakajima’s 20th birthday. Makoto Oishi made a surprise appearance with a cake and sang “Happy Birthday” to her.

The next preview event will take place in Shibuya Deseo again on 6th June. When asked who she wanted to face on the show, KANNA said she wants to wrestle Miyu Yamashita a third time because she thinks Yamashita’s two wins over her were not convincing.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on April 27, 2013, 10:01:22 PM
That TripleSix promotion just inflated their attendance to go with their theme, correct? I don't think you can fit 600+ people into ShinKiba.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 27, 2013, 10:07:36 PM
Haha yeah, that's correct.  I don't follow 666 results regularly, but I'm pretty sure I've read about them doing that in the past as well.


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Edit: Let's tack some more results onto this post.

via Daijo's site (osakajoshi-pro.com):

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu
April 27, 2013
Nasci Hall Umeda
159 fans


1. Misaki Guriko defeated Fairy Nihonbashi (06:56) with a Bisco.
2. Nyanber & Neko Nitta defeated Policewoman & Bentenmusume。(15:19) when Nyanber used a Huracanrana Invertida on Policewoman.
3. Douton Bolshoi defeated Aya Yuuki (11:08) with an Avalanche-style Uranage.
4. Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Sakura Candle (08:01) with a Schoolboy.
5. Syuri defeated GAMI (10:47) with a High Kick.
6. Kana & Ayumi Kurihara defeated Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu (19:43) when Kurihara used a Modified Uranage on Shimono.


via Sakura's blog:

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.36
April 27, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
41 fans


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Sayaka Obihiro (09:13) with a Modified Armbar.
2. Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Kazuhiko Ogasawara & Yumiko Hotta (06:22) when Hotta was disqualified for hanging Shiryu with a chain.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Riho & "Kotori" (10:36) when Yoneyama used a Kaiten Ebigatame on "Kotori".

- GM is doing the Go! Go! Mixed Tag Tournament that Ice Ribbon used to do on 05/04. 
The teams are:
Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto
"Kotori" & Masa Takanashi
Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka
Manami Toyota & Taro Yamada
Riho & Antonio Honda
Emi Sakura & Hikaru Sato

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 29, 2013, 01:49:08 PM
There was a special show today that was produced by Sakura Hirota as her "wedding reception".  results from http://ameblo.jp/haru-1217/ (http://ameblo.jp/haru-1217/).  I tried to translate all the shenanigans but I have no idea what happened in the match with Takayama/Aja Kong/Sendai Sisters/Miz/Sawako.  Also, if I'm reading right, then in addition to Hirota, apparently all of Ayako Hamada/Kayoko Haruyama/Hamuko Hoshi are married.

I think I have the match order right.  Satomura would have to appear early in order to get to Sumo Hall for the STARDOM show.

Sakura Hirota Wedding Reception April 29, 2013
Shinjuku FACE


0. Introduction by Chigusa Nagayo
1. 5WAY Match: Carlos Amano defeated Sakura Hirota, Chikayo Nagshima, Sonoko Kato, and Meiko Satomura (10:26) by using the Carlos Ghosn on Hirota.
2. Single Women's Tag Match: Mayumi Ozaki & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Shinobu Kandori & GAMI (10:11) when Ozaki used an Ozakick on GAMI.
3. Speech from KAORU
4. Battle Royale for Women (and Men) That Want to Marry (Prize: Disneyland Tickets): Onryo defeated Sachie Abe & Yumi Ohka (14:40) with an Arm Throw.  Others, in order of elimination: Mio Shirai, Kana, Tadashi Sano, Shu Shibutani, Shuri, Ayumi Kurihara, Misaki Ohata, Cherry, Tsubo Genjin, Sakura Toyota.
5. Presentation of Gifts, Song by Yuki Miyazaki
6. Learn from a Married Person!: Yoshihiro Takayama (the mystery married male wrestler) vs. DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko, Ryo Mizunami, & Sawako Shimono with Aja Kong (7:15) (the mystery single female wrestler).  I have no idea what happened, although Sakura Hirota in a bride's dress appears.
7. Married Women's Match (I guess these people are all married?): Sakura Hirota & Hamuko Hoshi defeated Ayako Hamada & Kayoko Haruyama (13:19) when Hirota used an AP Cross Cutback on Hamada.
8. Speech by Sakura's Mother, Toss of the Bouquet (caught by Cherry), Presentation & Kiss of the Wedding Couple
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 30, 2013, 07:51:36 AM
Some photos of the crazy Takayama vs Single Girls match.  I was wrong, Sakura Hirota was actually dressed as a ringpost in this match.  Photos from https://twitter.com/dashchisako (https://twitter.com/dashchisako)

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BJGQNLcCcAE0MW1.jpg)

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BJGQ-RvCEAAKD6b.jpg)

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BJGRvRgCMAAY2CQ.jpg)

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BJGSU0ICAAEE-8r.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 孤星 on April 30, 2013, 12:14:09 PM
Learn from a married person!

Quote
2. Single Women's Tag Match: Mayumi Ozaki & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Shinobu Kandori & GAMI (10:11) when Ozaki used an Ozakick on GAMI.

lol
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on April 30, 2013, 01:29:06 PM
Takayama makes Aja look tiny! :O
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2013, 02:14:46 PM
Ranmarus married as far as I know. Most of this show has to be kayfabed
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 30, 2013, 04:29:42 PM
Ranmarus married as far as I know. Most of this show has to be kayfabed

It is a Sakura Hirota show, so everything should be assumed to be for LULZ and not based in fact.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on May 01, 2013, 07:53:35 PM
Is Emi actually using the "Go! Go! Golden Tournament" name for the Gatoh Move shows?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on May 02, 2013, 05:06:22 AM
Is Emi actually using the "Go! Go! Golden Tournament" name for the Gatoh Move shows?
They're calling it the "Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup", so its not exactly the same.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on May 07, 2013, 09:15:18 PM
That Hirota show looks like a lot of fun.  Anyone know if it was taped?



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via Dramatic DDT (http://dramaticddt.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/union-golden-union-2013-results/):

Quote
UNION “GOLDEN UNION 2013”, 03/05/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
984 Fans – No Vacancy


4. Union Fly To Everywhere World Title – Triple Threat Match: Cherry defeated Kaori Yoneyama (c) and Nako Fukumen B (8:55).
4a. Kaori Yoneyama eliminated Nako Fukumen B after Fukumen B was accidentaly Speared by Nazo Fukumen A (3:19).
4b. Cherry eliminated Kaori Yoneyama with the Fantasy Illusion (8:55).
*Kaori Yoneyama fails in V2. Cherry becomes the 2nd Union Fly To Everywhere World Champion!

It took eight years but Cherry has finally become a Union champion after winning the Fly To Everywhere Title from Kaori Yoneyama. It was a 3 Way Elimination match with Nazo Fukumen B also involved. The masked woman was eliminated early when interference from Nazo Fukumen A backfired and got her Speared by accident. Cherry was then able to pin Yoneyama with the Fantasy Illusion. Although the 38 year old considers herself an enemy to young people, she has learned it is important to accept her age and not let that get in the way of her dreams.




via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Hailey Hatred & Aki Shizuku Independent Box Office ~Queen Bee 1st~
May 05, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall
120 fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sayaka Obihiro (07:41) with a Koho Kaiten Ebigatame.
2. Su Yung defeated Kurumi (06:57) with a Yellow Fever.
3. Hailey Hatred & Yuki Ishikawa defeated Hikaru Sato & Aki Shizuku (13:00) via referee stoppage when Ishikawa used a Chickenwing Facelock on Shizuku.
4. Daisuke & Antonio Honda defeated Masa Takanashi & Kotaro Nasu (15:00) when Daisuke used a Sliding D on Nasu.
5. TLW World Women's Tag Team Championship Decision Match: Aki Shizuku & Hailey Hatred defeated Command Bolshoi & Rabbit Miu (15:34) when Hailey used a Stretch Plum on Miu.
- Shizuku & Hailey become the 2nd TLW World Women's Tag Team Champions.

^ Edit: found more detailed results

via Sakura Emi's blog (ameblo.jp/gtmvsakura):

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.38
May 04, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall
224 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup First Round: Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Masa Takanashi &「Kotori」(10:44) when Shiryu used a Kangaroo Clutch on「Kotori」.
2. Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup First Round: Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka defeated Manami Toyota & Taro Yamada (12:03) when they used a Combined Yone-ZOU on Yamada.
3. Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup Semifinal: Antonio Honda & Riho defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto & Choun Shiryu (12:45) when Honda used an Octopus Hold on Shiryu.
4. Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup Semifinal: Hikaru Sato & Emi Sakura defeated Madoka & Kaori Yoneyama (14:43) when Sato used a Cross Armbreaker on Yoneyama.
5. Morii defeated Sayaka Obihiro (08:49) with a Zenjogatame.
6. Go Go! Green Curry Koppun Cup Final: Riho & Antonio Honda defeated Hikaru Sato & Emi Sakura (12:30) when Riho used a Somato on Sakura.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.39
May 06, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
62 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Hiroshi Watanabe wrestled Taro Yamada (10:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Cherry & Choun Shiryu defeated Riho &「Kotori」(09:15) when Cherry used a Kaiten Ebigatame on「Kotori」.
3. Morii & Hanako Nakamori defeated Emi Sakura & Sayaka Obihiro (10:35) when Morii pinned Obihiro.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on May 19, 2013, 07:42:30 AM
via Sakura's blog (ameblo.jp/gtmvsakura):

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.40
May 11, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
59 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Tetsuya Endo (08:41) with a Crossbody Cutback.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Choun Shiryu & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Marines Mask & Riho & Sayaka Obihiro (12:15) when Matsumoto used a Burning Hammer on Obihiro.
3. Emi Sakura defeated DJ Nira (12:06) with La Magistral.
- Sakura wins Nira's KO-D Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contract.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.41
May 17, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
44 fans


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated「Kotori」with a Thai Back Roll Pin.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto wrestled Taro Yamada (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Sayaka Obihiro & Tetsuya Endo defeated Masa Takanashi & Emi Sakura (09:40) when Obihiro used Birth on Sakura.
- Obihiro wins Sakura's KO-D Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contract.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 02, 2013, 06:16:21 PM
via Diana's site (www-diana.com):

Wrestling Dreamers 2013 ~I'm Alive~
June 01, 2013
Shinjuku FACE


3. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Sareee (08:56) with an Unare Gowan.

______________________


via headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20130601-00000007-spnavi-fight:

IWA Japan "FINAL BIGFOOT"
June 01, 2013
Shinjuku FACE


1. Kaori Yoneyama & Sayaka Obihiro defeated Riho &「Kotori」(08:09) when Yoneyama used a Double Wrist Armsault on「Kotori」.
3. AWF World Women's Championship: Emi Sakura defeated Kappa Komachi (w/ Tatsukuni Asano) (06:42) with La Magistral.

______________________


via Sakura's blog (ameblo.jp/gtmvsakura):

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.42
May 25, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
49 fans


1. Tetsuya Endo defeated Sayaka Obihiro (06:55) via disqualification when Obihiro hit Tsurumi Amon with a Hell Thrust.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Taro Yamada wrestled Kaori Yoneyama &「Kotori」(15:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Masa Takanashi defeated Riho (12:51) with a Modified Sharpshooter.


Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.43
June 02, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
55 fans (no vacancy)


1. Kaori Yoneyama defeated「Kotori」(05:44) with a Rollup.
2. Kazuhiro Tamura defeated Riho (05:16) with a Cross Armbreaker.
3. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Taro Yamada & Choun Shiryu defeated Emi Sakura & Tetsuya Endo & Sayaka Obihiro (09:29) when Matsumoto & Shiryu used a Kakaa Tenka on Obihiro.


- Sakura and Yoneyama are returning to Thailand soon.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 17, 2013, 03:52:41 PM
via Sakura's blog (ameblo.jp/gtmvsakura):

Gatoh-Move
June 05, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall
182 fans (no vacancy)


1. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Cherry defeated Kaori Yoneyama &「Kotori」(10:12) when Matsumoto used a Tokaido Otoshi on 「Kotori」.
2. Masa Takanashi wrestled Yuji Sato (10:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Emi Sakura & Nanae Takahashi defeated Morii & Hanako Nakamori (18:01) when Takahashi used a Refrigerator Bomb on Nakamori.
4. 3 Way Match: Sayaka Obihiro defeated Konaka=Pale One and Onryo (07:07) when she used Birth on Pale One.
5. Ayumi Kurihara & Kazuhiro Tamura defeated Antonio Honda & Riho (13:31) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Riho.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.45
June 09, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
48 fans


1. Taro Yamada defeated Aruganiisan (05:27) with a Modified Camel Clutch.
2. Riho vs DJ Nira (07:44) went to a Double Ring Out.
3. Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka & Hoshitango defeated Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi & Sayaka Obihiro (08:42) when Yoneyama used a Senton on Obihiro.

Gatoh-Move Japan Tour.46
June 15, 2013
Ichigaya Chocolate Hiroba
46 fans


1. Masa Takanashi defeated Toru Sugiura (08:34) with a Bacchus.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Konaka=Pale One (06:10) with a Yokojujigatame.
3. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Madoka &「Kotori」(12:57) when Sakura used an Octopus Hold Cutback on「Kotori」.


_____________________


via Dramatic DDT (dramaticddt.wordpress.com):

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UNION “NIMOMAKEZU RAIN 2013”, 09/06/2013
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
259 Fans – Super No Vacancy


1. Madoka, Gabaiji-chan & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Nazo Fukumen A, Nazo Fukumen B & Nazo Fukumen P when Yoneyama pinned Fukumen P with an Backwards Rotating Pin (9:08).
4. Tsukushi & Aoi Kizuki defeated Cherry & Masako Takanashi when Kizuki pinned Cherry with the Cross Arm German Suplex (10:46).

Before the women’s tag match began Aoi Kizuki told Cherry the Fly To Everywhere Title belt is cute but Cherry is not. Kizuki now has a claim for a title shot after she pinned the champion.

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TOKYO WOMEN’S WRESTLING “THE FOURTH MEETING”, 06/06/2013
Shibuya Deseo
140 Fans – No Vacancy


1. KANNA Vs Shoko Nakajima ended in a Time Limit Draw (3:00).
2. Miyu Yamashita defeated Chikage Kiba with the Penalty Kick (4:18).

Miyu Yamashita countered Chikage Kiba’s Cross Kneelock into a Penalty Kick to win the match and strengthen her claim that she is the ace of Tokyo Women’s Wrestling. However, she thinks she will have to beat Kiba and KANNA more times to cement her status. Kiba thought her defeat was “hella frustrating” and wants a rematch.

KANNA was a second away from submitting Shoko Nakajima with a Boston Crab, but time ran out. The debuting Nakajima felt she was only wrestling at 1%. She promises next time she will fight at 100%.

The next Tokyo Women’s Wrestling preview event will take place on 11th July, again in Shibuya Deseo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on July 22, 2013, 01:18:00 PM
Results via Megumi Yabushita's blog (ameblo.jp/megumi-82):

Megumi Yabushita Box Office
July 14, 2013
Nasci Hall Umeda
277 fans


1. Diana Offer Match!  diana JAPAN vs diana USA: Jessica James defeated Sareee (06:31) with a Front High Kick.
2. HAYATA & Tadasuke defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii (11:57) when Tadasuke pinned Ranmaru.
3. Dump Matsumoto defeated Kanjyuro Matsuyama (08:02) with a Lariat.
5. Sachie Abe & KAZUKI & Drake Morimatsu defeated Megumi Yabushita & Jaguar Yokota & Shuu Shibutani (16:54) when Abe used a Frankensteiner on Yabushita.




Results via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Summer Akinokurigohan FINAL in AKINO Debut 15th Anniversary
July 21, 2013
Shinjuku FACE
420 fans (no vacancy)


1. Mika Iida Return Match: GAMI defeated Mika Iida (09:45) with a Small Package Hold.
2. Aja Kong & Sawako Shimono defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Ryo Mizunami (14:09) when Aja used a Diving Elbow Drop on Mizunami.
3. 3 Way Match: Shuu Shibutani defeated Tomoka Nakagawa and Misaki Ohata (08:15) when she used a Time Machine Ride on Nakagawa.
4. Leon & Dynamite Kansai defeated Mayumi Ozaki & Ayako Hamada (15:51) when Kansai used a Splash Mountain on Ozaki.
5. Origin~M's Style: Ayumi Kurihara defeated AKINO (24:40) with a Never Give Up.





Results via Dramatic DDT (dramaticddt.wordpress.com):

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TOKYO WOMEN’S WRESTLING “THE FIFTH MEETING”, 11/07/2013
Shibuya Deseo
130 Fans – Super No Vacancy


1. Miyu Yamashita defeated Shoko Nakajima with the Soccer Kick (2:50).
2. Chikage Kiba defeated KANNA with a Samson Clutch (3:45).

Sanshiro Takagi appeared at the end of the show to announce that all four members of the Tokyo Women’s Wrestling roster will make their official pro wrestling debut in a dark match at DDT’s 17/8 Sumo Hall show.

Anime Idol Chick Minami Momochi (an idol who wears a big creepy anime doll mask over her head) approached Takagi and kindly asked him if she could do anything to help Tokyo Women’s Wrestling. Takagi decided that she will be the new ring announcer for the brand and her first day begins at Sumo Hall.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Antonio DAMAN on July 27, 2013, 02:41:42 AM
Final KanAyu show.

(http://i.imgur.com/cs7ELue.jpg)
(Image Courtesy: Youji Kawauchi)

KanAyu Produce "KanAyu Goodbye", 7/26/13
Shinjuku FACE
463 Fans
- Super No Vacancy
1. Punishment Match: Kana & Ayumi Kurihara beat Sakura Hirota (7:12) when Kana used a kancho.
2. Kagetsu beat Mika Iida (7:29) with a Screwdriver.
3. Handicap Match: DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko beat GAMI (13:14) when DASH used the Hormone Splash.
4. Hardcore Match: Ayako Hamada & Kuuga beat Yu Yamagata & HAB (13:24) when Hamada used the AP Cross on Yamagata.
5. Shu Shibutani & Mio Shirai beat Kanjuro Matsuyama & Ebessan (15:34) when Shibutani used the Time Machine Roll on Matsuyama.
6. Ayumi Kurihara & Masaaki Mochizuki beat Kana & Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (15:12) when Kurihara used a modified Uranage on Kana.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on July 27, 2013, 07:31:55 AM
Punishment match sounds creepy, but Hirota has a wy of turning those types of thigns on their head to make them funny.

Solid card either way.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on August 14, 2013, 12:22:32 AM
Results via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Ayako Hamada 15th Anniversary Box Office "Aventurera"
August 09, 2013
Shinjuku FACE
350 fans


1. Aja Kong defeated Aya Yuuki (06:24) with a Harite.
2. Ayako Hamada defeated Kojiki (04:59) with a Schoolboy.
3. Masaaki Mochizuki defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (00:29) with a Middle Kick.
- Rematch: Masaaki Mochizuki defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (07:31) with a Twister.
4. Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata defeated ZAP I & ZAP T (18:48) via disqualification for referee assault.
5. Jimmy Susumu & K-ness. & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Super Fly & Ryo Mizunami & Kaji Tomato (17:08) when Susumu used a Mugen on Tomato.
6. Gran Hamada defeated Kana (05:52) with a Hamachan Cutter.
7. Aja Kong & Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata defeated GAMI & AKINO & Leon (20:10) when Hamada used an AP Cross on AKINO.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 18, 2013, 11:06:54 AM
Cheers to the mods/admins for cleaning up the spam/malware warning.

Results via Ringstars (ameblo.jp/ringstars):

Kaori Yoneyama Box Office "Yoneyamania~Hometown Triumphant Return~"
September 16, 2013
Rodeo Style Gym
110 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Riho & Isami Kodaka defeated Cherry & Choun Shiryu (12:58) when Isami used an Isamu Ashi Zan on Shiryu.
2. Aki Kambayashi defeated Sayaka Obihiro (09:38) with a Llave de WPA.
3. Madoka wrestled Isami Kodaka (10:00) to a time limit draw.
4. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto &「Kotori」(14:38) when Yoneyama used a Thai Back Roll Pin on 「Kotori」.

- Kyoko Kimura & Natsuki☆Taiyo had to miss this show due to the typhoon.



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 23, 2013, 09:35:46 PM
Huge miscellaneous results post incoming...

Results via ddtpro.com/union:

Union Summer Festival 2013
August 24, 2013
Shinkiba 1st RING
211 fans (no vacancy)


3a. Idea Pocket Sponsored 4 Way Match: Menso~re Oyaji defeated Hiroshi Fukuda and Mio Shirai and Kaori Yoneyama (00:19) when he used a Schoolboy on Fukuda.
3b. Mio Shirai & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Hiroshi Fukuda & Menso~re Oyaji (04:40) when Shirai used a Headbutt on Fukuda.
4. Rumi Kazama Produce~A Little Early Union Farewell Match: GAMI defeated Cherry (07:57) with a Small Package Hold.

Union Harvest Festival 2013
September 23, 2013
Radiant Hall
298 fans (super no vacancy)


4. HAYATA & Nazo Fukumen B defeated FUMA & Kaori Yoneyama (09:06) when FUMA was disqualified for removing Fukumen B's mask.
5. Cherry! Road to Young Boy: Keizo Matsuda defeated Cherry (10:11) with a Ghostbuster.



Results via z-1.co.jp/zero1:

Pro Wrestling ZERO1 "Tenkaichi Jr. Tournament ~Crystal Wars~
September 06, 2013
Shinkiba 1st RING


5. Ikuto Hidaka defeated Yuhi (07:58) with a Kneebar.

Pro Wrestling ZERO1 "Tokyo Tower Pro Wrestling"
September 22, 2013
Tokyo Tower


2. La Malcriada defeated Aki Shizuku (07:51) with a Schoolboy.


Results via w-1.co.jp:

Wrestle-1 "Hataage Sen"
September 08, 2013
Tokyo Dome City Hall
2500 fans (super no vacancy full house)


3. Yoshiko defeated Mayu Iwatani (06:27) with a Diving Senton.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x14m5b4_yoshiko-vs-mayu-iwatani-wrestle-1_sport

Wrestle-1 "Hataage Sen No.2"
September 15, 2013
Nagoya Congress Center
1650 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Ryo Mizunami defeated Shuu Shibutani (07:04) with a Diving Guillotine Drop.

Wrestle-1 "Hataage Sen No.3"
September 21, 2013
KBS Hall
750 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Syuri defeated Makoto (05:15) with a German Suplex Hold.

Wrestle-1 "Hataage Series Final"
September 22, 2013
Ishikawa Industrial Exhibition Hall Building No.3
1508 fans (no vacancy)


4. Syuri defeated Makoto (07:26) with a German Suplex Hold.


Results via Diamond Ring's site (kensuke-office.com):

Diamond Ring "Summer Dream 2013 in Korakuen"
August 31, 2013
Korakuen Hall
1889 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Akira Hokuto Produce Joshi Puroresu Special Match: Yumiko Hotta & Nanae Takahashi defeated Natsuki☆Taiyo & Sareee (12:56) when Takahashi used a Refrigerator Bomb on Sareee.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x14h3dz_02-hotta-takahashi-vs-taiyo-sareee-diamond-ring-08-31-13_sport


Results via pw-freedoms.co.jp:

Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS "Tohoku Souls 2013~Love You! Ichinoseki!"
September 16, 2013
Ichinoseki Gymnasium Main Arena
938 fans


3. Tsukasa Fujimoto & Tsukushi defeated Aja Kong & Hamuko Hoshi (13:06) when Tsukushi used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Hamuko.



Results via Secret Base's blog (blog.livedoor.jp/secretbase2009):

Pro Wrestling SECRET BASE "Itabashi Tournament"
August 11, 2013
Itabashi Green Hall
58 fans


3. Hanako Nakamori & Morii defeated Mika & Uchuu Ginga Senshi Andros (07:43) when Nakamori used a Destiny Hammer on Andros.

Pro Wrestling SECRET BASE "Shinjuku Tournament"
September 08, 2013
Shinjuku FACE
228 fans


3. SUSUMU & Arisa Nakajima & Miyako Matsumoto defeated Uchuu Ginga Senshi Andros & Mika & Hanako Nakamori (11:06) when Nakajima used a German Suplex Hold on Andros.

"Mika star style present's" Mika Box Office・MMA Retirement Match
September 08, 2013
Shinjuku FACE


1. Amigo Suzuki & Mika defeated Kikutaro & Eiger (12:26) when Suzuki used a Schoolboy on Kikutaro.
6. Mika MMA Retirement Match-Exhibition: Mika vs Kazuhiro Nakamura went to a draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on September 23, 2013, 11:24:10 PM
What is Cherry's Road to Young Boy?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on September 29, 2013, 01:40:58 AM
I'm not sure, honestly.  I'm guessing it was something poking fun at Matsuda.





Results via osaka-joshipro.com:

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu ~Nagatsuki~
September 21, 2013
Dotonbori Arena
109 fans


1. Mio Shirai defeated Aya Yuuki (08:29) with a Tsuchigumo.
2. Kana defeated Bentenmusume。(08:53) with a Cross Armbreaker.
3. GAMI defeated Fairy Nipponbashi (11:10) with a Higi Donden Gaeshi.
4. Misaki Guriko & Nyanber & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Doton Bolshoi & Policewoman & Rabbit Miu (17:50) when Guriko used a Diving Enzui Knee on Miu.
5. Kaori Yoneyama defeated Sawako Shimono (09:58) with a Yone-ZOU.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 02, 2013, 10:15:04 PM
Results from battle-news.com:

Nagaharu Imai Ring Announcer Memorial Box Office
October 01, 2013
Korakuen Hall
871 fans (no vacancy)


1. Kayoko Haruyama & Manami Katsu defeated Yumi Ohka & Moeka Haruhi (09:09) when Haruyama used a Diving Guillotine Drop on Haruhi.
2. 3WAY Tag Match: Shuu Shibutani & Cherry defeated Mio Shirai & Kana and Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikaru Shida (04:37) when Shibutani used a Time Machine Ride on Mio.
3. Big Japan Pro Wrestling Offer Match: Daisuke Sekimoto & Daisuke Ikeda & Minoru Tanaka defeated Yuki Okabayashi & Shinya Ishikawa & Kazuki Hashimoto (09:39) when Sekimoto used a Deadlift German Suplex Hold on Okabayashi.
4. Memorial Battle Royale: Ranmaru defeated DASH Chisako and Sendai Sachiko (11:54) when she pinned both of them after using Ninpo Kanashibari.
Exit Order: Shinobu Kandori, Takaco Inoue, Mariko Yoshida, Ayako Hamada, Mizuki Endo, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Rabbit Miu, Emi Sakura, Sawako Shimono, DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko
5. Aja Kong & Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda defeated GAMI & Mayumi Ozaki & Command Bolshoi (11:34) when Aja used a Diving Elbow Drop on GAMI.
6. Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa & Natsuki☆Taiyo defeated Io Shirai & Yoshiko & Mayu Iwatani (17:01) when Wakizawa used a Fisherman Buster on Iwatani.
7. Jaguar Yokota & Dump Matsumoto & Kyoko Inoue defeated Manami Toyota & Kaoru Ito & Tomoko Watanabe (09:08) when Kyoko used a Powerbomb on Watanabe.


Bull Nakano played a huge part in putting this show together and was at ringside.  Etsuko Mita, Toshiyo Yamada, and KAORU were also at the show. Mita was the second for Aja/Hotta/Shimoda, and there was apparently a brief LCO reunion when the action spilled to the outside.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 21, 2013, 02:58:25 AM
Results from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 06, 2013
Korakuen Hall
1750 fans (super no vacancy)


3. AKINO defeated Maki Narumiya (11:00) with an Aki Imploder.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x163od4_akino-vs-maki-narumiya-w-1_sport

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 08, 2013
Aizu-Wakamatsu Kawahigashi Sogo Gymnasium
950 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Hibuscus Mii defeated Kyoko Kimura (07:03).

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 09, 2013
Sakata City Gymnasium
750 fans


2. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hibiscus Mii (07:37) with an Udegatame.

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 10, 2013
Akita Kyoten Center Alve
450 fans (no vacancy)


2. Hibiscus Mii defeated Kyoko Kimura (07:41) with a Small Package Hold.
- Special Referee: Kikutaro

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 12, 2013
Hachinohe Seagull View Hotel Gymnasium
650 fans (no vacancy)


2. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hibiscus Mii (07:57).
- Special Referee: Kikutaro

WRESTLE-1 ~ First Trip
October 14, 2013
Yamagata City Sogo Sports Center


2. Kyoko Kimura defeated Hibiscus Mii (07:57) with a Front High Kick.


- JWP posted that Hanako Nakamori and Sachie Abe are participating on the 11/16 show at Korakuen Hall.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 21, 2013, 09:22:20 PM
Just got back a few hours ago from the Shimmer tapings and here are the Joshi results from the show -

SHIMMER
10/19/2013, Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL

vol. 58
Hikaru Shida over Mia Yim
Hiroyo Matsumoto over Saray Knight
Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over LuFisto & Kana to retain the Shimmer tag title

vol. 59
Kana over Kimber Lee
Tomoko Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Allyson Kay & Taylor Made to retain the Shimmer tag title
Nicole Matthews over Hikara Shida
Cheerleader Melissa over Hiroyo Matsumoto to retain the Shimmer title


SHIMMER
10/20/2013, Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL

vol. 60
Kana over Allysin Kay
Portia Perez over Hiroyo Matsumoto
Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Nevaeh & Sassy Stephie to retain the Shimmer tag title
Hikaru Shida over Nicole Matthews in a kendo stick match

vol. 61
Hiroyo Matsumoto over Portia Perez
Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Kimber Lee & Cherry Bomb to retain the Shimmer tag title
Madison eagles over Hikaru Shida and Kana in a three-way match.

Below is two quick pics I took of Shida, both from her American debut match with Mia Yim.  Ayako Hamada was to appear but had travel issues and couldn't make the shows.  Fun weekend glad I finally made the trip (thanks to Prazak finally get an Ice girl!)  I'll will be going back!

-  SSL
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on October 24, 2013, 02:40:40 AM
Looks like it was a good time.  Which matches did you like the most over the weekend besides Shida's matches?





Results via ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Aomori Joshi Puroresu Festival
October 23, 2013
Hirosaki Kawanishi Taiiku Center
350 fans (no vacancy)


1. Rabbit Miu defeated Kaho Kobayashi (06:24) with a Diving Body Press.
2. Emi Sakura defeated Sayaka Obihiro (09:15) with La Magistral.
3. Hanako Nakamori defeated Manami Katsu (09:43) with a Destiny Hammer.
4. Leon defeated KAZUKI (16:25) with a Kaiten Ashiorigatame.
5. Dump Matsumoto & Mima Shimoda defeated Tomoko Watanabe & Sareee (11:36) when Shimoda used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Sareee.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 24, 2013, 06:10:13 PM
Yes, Shimmer was great.  Looking forward to returning, Shida was the sell for me to get it in gear and finally fly out there.

All her matches were fun (the kendo stick match with Nicole was really good, but really (my opinion) the match with Hiroyo and Melissa was THE match this weekend.  The tapings are long and the crowd was really dead (again, my opinion) for both days, and this closed the first day and it seemed like The Lady Destroyer was on a mission get everyone them up.

Anything with Saraya Knight was incredible (between the AAW show on the Friday and all the tapings), everything little thing she does is simply amazing and I was in awe of her working the matches and the crowd.

They ad a four-way also involving her, Su Yung, Melanie Cruise and Christina Von Eerie that was really fun as well that I enjoyed up to the part where Su was injured legit.  I know Su personally and was really worried about her until I got to see her later that night at the after-party.

The biggest delight of the weekend for me was Nikki Storm.  Totally entertaining.  I have a few JWP shows that she appeared on that I haven't gotten to yet, and now NEED to pull out.

Meeting Shida, Hiroyo, Tomoko and even that "K" girl was great.  I really NEED to stop putting off an actual trip to Japan.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 26, 2013, 08:33:15 PM
Yes, Shimmer was great.  Looking forward to returning, Shida was the sell for me to get it in gear and finally fly out there.

Meeting Shida, Hiroyo, Tomoko and even that "K" girl was great.  I really NEED to stop putting off an actual trip to Japan.

By "K" girl, you mean Kellie Skater, right?   *bwah
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 04, 2013, 06:22:54 AM
Probably no reason to start a LLPW-X thread, but they are having a show for Takako Inoue's 25th anniversary, and they are having it at Tokyo Dome City Hall.  That venue's bigger than Korakuen and I have grave doubts they'll come anywhere close to filling it, even with some pop singers & dancers in attendance.

(http://llpw-x.com/wp-content/uploads/takaco_fudanjuku_s.jpg)

LLPW-X November 15, 2013
Tokyo Dome City Hall
Takako Inoue 25th Anniversary


1. Brilliant Battle Girls: SAKI vs MIZUKI
2. Eiger vs Command Bolshoi
3. Shinobu Kandori & Jaguar Yokota vs Dump Matsumoto & Tomoka Nakagawa
4. Takako Inoue & Kyoko Inoue vs Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on November 04, 2013, 12:59:04 PM
......just want to double check, everyone in the above photo is female rite????.......and i'm not talking about Kandori.....
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on November 04, 2013, 05:01:32 PM
That last LLPW-X show people thought would be empty was a legit sell-out at a fairly large venue. They know what they're doing better than we do, it seems.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dexx on November 04, 2013, 08:16:25 PM
It'd be nice if they could use some of the younger wrestlers on the card, if they're getting big crowds. Instead of just using veterans.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 06, 2013, 02:21:47 PM
Not sure if we are caught up on Daijo results.  Here's the latest show.

DAIJO (OSAKA JOSHI PRO) November 2, 2013
Osaka Dotonbori Arena
101 Fans


1. Exhibition: Sawako Shimono vs Rina Yamashita (5:00, 0-0) ended in a draw.
2. Kana defeated Mika Iida (10:11) with a Zombie-gatame. (?)
3. Kagetsu defeated Aya Yuki (9:12) with a Barbarian Drop.
4. GAMI defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (11:31) with a Small Package Hold.
5. Sawako Shimono, Fairy Nipponbashi, & Benten-musume defeated Police~woman, Misaki Goriko, & Nyamber (2-1).
5a. Benten-musume defeated Nyamber (7:39) with a ?.
5b. Police~woman defeated Sawako Shimono (1:44) with a Lariat.
5c. Sawako Shimono defeated Police~woman (9:16) with a Chokeslam (?).

Next show is December 1 at Dotonbori Arena.  The main event will be Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu vs GAMI & Meiko Satomura.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 14, 2013, 03:04:42 PM
There's a handful of Osaka Joshi/Daijo shows from this year that we never got posted up to the board, plus Purolove has gotten really lax about posting joshi results.  I'll catch up when I have more time.

EDIT: Have the full card for Kanjyuro Matsuyama's joshi show: http://ameblo.jp/osaka-lucha-kabuki/entry-11629181392.html (http://ameblo.jp/osaka-lucha-kabuki/entry-11629181392.html) I think Miyuki Matsuyama is Apple Miyuki working a kabuki gimmick.

Poster: http://ameblo.jp/osaka-lucha-kabuki/image-11629181392-12707068791.html (http://ameblo.jp/osaka-lucha-kabuki/image-11629181392-12707068791.html)

Kanjyuro Matsuyama Joshi Festival November 17, 2013
Osaka Nasci Hall Umeda


1. Dynamite Kansai, Hanako Nakamori, & DASH Chisako vs Kana, Cherry, & Mio Shirai
2. Hikaru Shida & Neko Nitta vs Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Ray
3. 3WAY Match: Kaori Yoneyama vs Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Miyuki Matsuyama
4. Naoki Setoguchi vs Takoyakida (Special Referee: Billy Ken Kid)
5. GAMI, Misaki Ohata, & Yuu Yamagata vs Shu Shibutani, Fairy Nipponbashi, & Aya Yuki
6. Kanjyuro Matsuyama & Kyoko Inoue vs Aja Kong & Leon


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 14, 2013, 10:07:45 PM
There's a handful of Osaka Joshi/Daijo shows from this year that we never got posted up to the board

There was a gap in the middle of the year where I couldn't get my browser to cooperate with their site, even after fooling around with character encoding options.  Looking at my text file, I have nothing between the 04/27 and 09/21 shows for Daijo.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 15, 2013, 07:05:15 AM
There's a handful of Osaka Joshi/Daijo shows from this year that we never got posted up to the board

There was a gap in the middle of the year where I couldn't get my browser to cooperate with their site, even after fooling around with character encoding options.  Looking at my text file, I have nothing between the 04/27 and 09/21 shows for Daijo.

Here are the three missing shows (I believe), translated from http://www.osakajoshi-pro.com (http://www.osakajoshi-pro.com).

OSAKA JOSHI PRO (DAIJO) June 6, 2013
Osaka Azalea Taisho Hall
115 Fans


1. Mio Shirai defeated Fairy Nipponbashi (4:59) with a Figure-Four Leglock.
2. Misaki Guriko & Kana defeated Benten-musume & Police-woman (11:27) when Kana used a Reverse Cross Armbreaker on Benten-musume.
3. GAMI defeated Dotonbori-shoi (11:14) with an Eye Poke (?).
4. Ayumi Kurihara Retirement Road: Ayumi Kurihara defeated Aya Yuki (10:43) with an Uranage.
5. Catch the WAVE 2013 Slender Block: Shuri <6> defeated Shu Shibutani <4> (9:53) with a Sleeper Hold.
6. Sawako Shimono defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (8:40) with a Uwatenage.

The July 28th show featured the introduction of the 24-year old trainee Rina Yamashita, who debuted later in 2013.  She has
a judo background, is 165 cm & 69 kg, and apparently went to high school with Sawako Shimono.  Rina was 2nd and Shimono was
3rd in a prefectural judo competiton back then.

OSAKA JOSHI PRO (DAIJO) July 28, 2013
Osaka Dotonbori Arena
223 Fans


1. Shu Shibutani defeated Nyamber (5:57) with the Time Machine Ride.
2. GAMI & Fairy Nipponbashi defeated Leon & Rydeen Hagane (13:31) when GAMI defeated Hagane.
3. Benten-musume & Police-woman vs Misaki Guriko & Kana (20:00) went to a time-limit draw.
4. Sawako Shimono defeated Aya Yuki (6:35) with the Barbarian Drop.
5. Ayumi Kurihara Retirement Road: Ayumi Kurihara & Shuri defeated GAMI & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (0:09) when Shuri used a Front Toe Kick on Ranmaru.
5a. Restart: Ayumi Kurihara & Shuri defeated GAMI & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (0:32) when Kurihara used an Uranage on GAMI.
5b. Restart: Ayumi Kurihara & Shuri defeated GAMI & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (13:30) when Kurihara used an Uranage on GAMI.

The GAMI/Nakagawa vs Ranmaru/Hibiscus Mii (aka Apple Miyuki) match on August 14th during their "business trip" to Tokyo and Shin-Kiba 1stRING was a "bloody" affair, if you count ketchup as blood.

OSAKA JOSHI PRO (DAIJO) August 14, 2013
Toyko Shin-Kiba 1stRING
120 Fans


1. Fairy Nipponbashi, Benten-musume, & Sakura Candle defeated Police-woman, Nyamber, & Leon (15:30) when Benten-musume used the Zen Yokoi (?) on Nyamber.
2. 3WAY Match: Misaki Guriko defeated Mio Shirai & Kana (7:36) by pinning both with a Reverse Cradle.
3. Kayoko Haruyama defeated Aya Yuki (7:04) with a Diving Guillotine Drop.
4. GAMI & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii (0:14) when GAMI pinned Ranmaru.
4a. Restart: Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii defeated GAMI & Tomoka Nakagawa (0:32) when Ranmaru used La Magistral on GAMI.
4b. Restart: GAMI & Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii (10:47) when Nakagawa used the 120% Schoolboy on Ranmaru.
5. Kagetsu defeated Sawako Shimono (16:54)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 16, 2013, 10:37:30 AM
^ Cheers for that.


Results from ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Takaco Inoue 25th Anniversary Event “Women Keep On Fighting~Battle vs Rock~”
November 15, 2013
Tokyo Dome City Hall
1920 fans (no vacancy)


1. SAKI defeated MIZUKI (07:51) with a Boston Crab.
2. Command Bolshoi defeated Eiger (07:00) with a Kabuki Jikiden Upper Blow.
3. Shinobi Kandori & Jaguar Yokota defeated Dump Matsumoto & Tomoka Nakagawa (11:17) when Kandori used a Cross Armbreaker on Nakagawa.
4. Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota defeated Takaco Inoue & Kyoko Inoue (14:07) when Toyota used a Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb on Takaco.

Takaco also sang a couple of songs with rock band SHOW-YA.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on November 16, 2013, 02:05:04 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/bRHeUUM.gif)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 16, 2013, 07:26:47 PM
1,920 for attendance!!  Very nice!

Hoping this show was taped, I luv me some Double Inoue!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 18, 2013, 12:43:04 PM
Results from www.tokyo-sports.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/b5366389a83301edb0414b02ee96a880.jpg and @ProWresIWA // Photo from @sakuraemi:

IWA Japan “Kappa Kozou Debut 10th Anniversary”
November 16, 2013
Shinjuku FACE
403 fans (no vacancy)


1. “Giant Female Earthworm of Mongolia” Deathworm (♀) Retirement Match: 「Kotori」& Riho & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Deathworm (♀) & Sayaka Obihiro & Masa Takanashi (09:01) when Yoneyama pinned Deathworm (♀).
3. IWA Triple Crown Unification Match: Emi Sakura (c) defeated Kyounin Shihan w/ Mabo Shihan & Haru Miyako (05:47).
- Emi Sakura successfully defends the AWF World Women’s Championship and becomes the IWA World Heavyweight Champion & the IWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion.

(http://i42.tinypic.com/2zp2io0.jpg)



Results from ddtpro.com:

DDT “Osaka Bay Blues Special 2013”
November 04, 2013
Osaka Bodymaker Colosseum 2nd Hall
1074 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Yukio Sakaguchi & Saki Akai defeated Akito & Mio Shirai (12:11) when Sakaguchi used a Modified Cobra Clutch on Akito.


DDT “God Bless DDT 2013”
November 17, 2013
Korakuen Hall
1851 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Danshoku Dieno & Makoto Oishi & Aja Kong defeated Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata (09:53) when Aja used a Vertical Drop-style Brainbuster on Hirata.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on November 19, 2013, 02:13:38 PM
I know it's just IWA Japan and they aren't that relevant in the grand scheme of things and I shouldn't really care (which I don't that much) but SERIOUSLY?

The exact same person holds your women's title, men's heavyweight & men's light heavyweight title at the exact same time? Winning them in a sub 6 min match to boot, 3rd on a 6 match card?

Who sits down and thinks, yeah, that'll be cool??? I know IWA in the past has loved brining over really random or over the hill foreign talent, did they sign Russo?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 19, 2013, 09:39:19 PM
It's Emi.

So it's acceptable.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on November 24, 2013, 03:17:27 AM
I know it's just IWA Japan and they aren't that relevant in the grand scheme of things and I shouldn't really care (which I don't that much) but SERIOUSLY?

When you made this post you cared more about these titles than literally anyone else in the world.

Pretty sure Emi winning these titles is the least annoying and lame thing indy Japanese wrestling has done this month.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on November 24, 2013, 02:12:20 PM
DAIJO (OSAKA JOSHI PRO) December 1, 2013
Osaka Dotonbori Arena


1. Rina Yamashita vs Yuu Yamagata
2. Benten-musume & Police-woman vs Aya Yuki & Ryo Mizunami
3. Fairy Nipponbashi & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru vs Misaki Guriko & Kana
4. Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu vs GAMI & Meiko Satomura

Also: Nyamber, others
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 26, 2013, 10:27:48 PM
I kind of dig the Judy Garland reaction gifs. 



Results from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 “Hiroshi Yamato Produce Box Office Charity Oamishirasato Tournament”
October 26, 2013
Oamishirasato Arena Subarena
750 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Mio Shirai defeated Bambi (06:47) with a Purple Flash.

WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013
November 16, 2013
Korakuen Hall
1650 fans (no vacancy)


4. Hanako Nakamori defeated Sachie Abe (06:05) with a Destiny Hammer.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x17oe2s_hanako-nakamori-vs-sachie-abe-w-1_sport

WRESTLE-1 “Ryota Hama 5th Anniversary”
November 17, 2013
Fujioka Shimin Hall
900 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Risa Sera (07:21) with a Venus Shoot.

WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013
November 26, 2013
Orocity Hall
600 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated The Female Predator “Amazon” (06:05) with a Backdrop.


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So, Kaori Yoneyama is doing this thing now where she makes guerrilla offers for guerrilla matches with people.  After a couple of unsuccessful tries, she got GAMI to agree to one of these matches during a Samurai TV taping.  They ended up having a match with no audience; I'm not sure if or where that match will end up airing... perhaps on NicoNico or that Occupation of the Joshi show?  Anyway, these matches are being billed as YMZ KAORism (YMZ meaning Yoneyamadoka da ze), and the GAMI match was Vol.1.

She recently confronted Tsubasa Kuragaki for another guerrilla match.  You can see how that worked out for her here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNsmPqOdkgo

YMZ KAORism Vol.2
December 06, 2013
Mixed Martial Arts Gym RodeoStyle


If Kuragaki shows up:

Kaori Yoneyama vs Tsubasa Kuragaki

If Kuragaki doesn't show up:

No Referee Match: Kaori Yoneyama vs Madoka


She's also doing another Yoneyamania show.  No guerrilla tactics involved in this one.

Yoneyamania~Hometown Triumphant Return 2~
December 01, 2013
Mixed Martial Arts Gym RodeoStyle


1. Tetsuya Nakazato vs Menso~re Oyaji
2. Sayaka Obihiro vs AKINO
3. Kyoko Kimura vs Madoka
4. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura vs Natsuki☆Taiyo &「Kotori」


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Kanjyuro Matsuyama is slowly posting details from his 11/17 show on his blog (with a ton of pics!).  I'll update these as more details become available. 
Partial results from ameblo.jp/osaka-lucha-kabuki:

5th Kanjyuro Matsuyama Special Performance “Matsuyama-ryu Joshi Festival~Vol.2~”
November 17, 2013
Nasci Hall Umeda
384 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. DASH Chisako & Hanako Nakamori & Dynamite Kansai defeated Kana-hime & Mio Shirai & Cherry (10:16) when Kansai used a Splash Mountain on Shirai.
2. Hikaru Shida & Neko Nitta defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Ray (14:27) when Shida used a Hakuchou-gatame Gaeshi on Ranmaru.
3. 3WAY Match: Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Kaori Yoneyama and Miyuki Matsuyama (07:44) via ring out.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 04, 2013, 09:12:12 AM
Results of Daijo's latest show, courtesy of www.purolove.com (http://www.purolove.com), which seems over the past week to be posting new joshi results again.  That's good for me because I have an easier time translating German than Japanese!  Disappointed but not surprised that GAMI didn't see fit to drop a fall to Sawako.  Their next show is January 19 at Dotonbori Arena.

DAIJO (OSAKA JOSHI PRO) "SHIWASU", December 1, 2013
Osaka Dotonbori Arena
173 Fans


1. Benten-Musume & Police Wo~man defeated Ryo Mizunami & Aya Yuki (10:20) when Benten-Musume used the Senyo Come on Yuki.
2. Yumi Ohka defeated Nyanber (9:10) with the Big Boot.
3. Fairy Nipponbashi & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Misaki Guriko & Kana (9:52) when Nipponbashi used the Time Roll Machine on Guriko.
4. Yuu Yamagata defeated Rina Yamashita (9:45) with a Face Lock.
5. GAMI & Meiko Satomura defeated Kagetsu & Sawako Shimono (19:26) when GAMI used a Lariat on Shimono.
6. Bonus Match: Sawako Shimono & Fairy Nipponbashi defeated GAMI & Rina Yamashita (7:42) when Nipponbashi used the Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Secret Clutch on Yamashita.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 04, 2013, 10:44:03 PM
Results from ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Yoneyamania~Hometown Triumphant Return 2~
December 01, 2013
Mixed Martial Arts Gym RodeoStyle
87 fans (no vacancy)


1. Menso~re Oyaji defeated Tetsuya Nakazato (05:54) with a Small Package Hold.
2. AKINO defeated Sayaka Obihiro (05:28) with a Tobitsuki-style Cross Armbreaker.
3. Madoka wrestled Kyoko Kimura (10:00) to a time limit draw.
4. Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura defeated Natsuki☆Taiyo &「Kotori」(12:30) when Yoneyama used a Double Wrist Armsault on「Kotori」.



Results from tokyojyoshipro.net:

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Hataage-sen”
December 01, 2013
Kitazawa Town Hall
294 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. KANNA defeated Ayumi Takada (04:39) with a Boston Crab.
2. Nonoko & Yuki Sakazaki defeated Erika Ura & Syoko Nakajima (10:00) when Nonoko used a Pai Fly Flow on Nakajima.
3. Miyu Yamashita defeated Chikage Kiba (06:54) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.

- Eri Wakamatsu, who left Ice Ribbon at the end of March, was introduced as a new member of the promotion, but she’ll debut at a date yet to be determined with a new ring name.
- Looking at their profiles, they’re influenced by an odd variety of wrestlers…
KANNA wants to be like Ken Ohka.
Takada wants to be like Paige. 
Nonoko wants to be like Trish Stratus.
Sakazaki wants to be like the anime version of Tiger Mask.
Nakajima wants to be like Chapparita ASARI.
Yamashita wants to be like Yuzuki Aikawa.
Kiba wants to be like Milano Collection A.T.



Results from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013
November 28, 2013
Usuki Suwayama Taiikukan
800 fans (no vacancy)


2. The Female Predator “Amazon” defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto (06:27) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.


WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013
November 29, 2013
Kumamoto Shokuhin Koryu Kaikan
650 fans (super no vacancy)


2. The Female Predator “Amazon” defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto (06:15) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.


WRESTLE-1 “THE RING Collaboration Tournament”
December 30, 2013
Nagasaki Heiwa Kaikan Hall
600 fans (no vacancy)


2. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated The Female Predator “Amazon” (06:20) with a Double Knee Drop.


WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2013
December 01, 2013
Hakata Star Lane
950 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated The Female Predator “Amazon” (05:30) with a Double Knee Drop.



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 11, 2013, 07:49:53 AM
Chigusa Nagayo had a press conference today.  She's producing a new show, which will feature KAORU's return from a 3 year absence AND a Chigusa vs Dump reprisal (you didn't really think Chigusa would never wrestle again, did you?  I think her middle name is "Funk").  I could see people like Kagetsu and Takumi Iroha being Chigusa's lieutenants.  I wonder if they'll dig up some old-school AJW heels to team with Dump.  Bull Nakano would be awesome for nostalgia, but my guess is that she wouldn't do it.

Isn't Ota Ward Gym a pretty big building?

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1386757290 (http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1386757290)

The first video is press conference w/Chigusa, Kandori, Takako, KAORU;

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1386760192 (http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1386760192)

The second video is press conference w/Chigusa, Dump, Bull, the old AJW heel ref; FIGHT~~~ between Dump & Chiggy (I'm guessing that Dump basically provokes and goads Chiggy into coming back for one more match)

Anyone that understands and can translate spoken Japanese would be loved!

http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner/entry-11727542074.html (http://ameblo.jp/blogresuner/entry-11727542074.html)

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE "Marvelous Night VI: That's Women's Pro-Wrestling" March 22, 2014
Tokyo Ota Ward Gymnasium


1. Chigusa Nagayo, X, & X vs Dump Matsumoto, X, & X
2. Sakura Hirota vs Eiger
3. X, X, & X vs X, X, & X
4. DIANA Offer match: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee vs Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda
5. DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Io Shirai
6. Shinobu Kandori, Meiko Satomura, & X vs KAORU, Takako Inoue, & Ayako Hamada
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on December 11, 2013, 10:02:30 AM
That Kanaris vs. Natsuki/Io match looks pretty damn good.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 11, 2013, 01:43:27 PM
That Kanaris vs. Natsuki/Io match looks pretty damn good.

I agree.  I hope this show gets TV--being in a big venue like Ota Ward Gym and with Chiggy as producer probably gives it a good chance.

I just decided I'd love to have Kagetsu as Chigusa's partner and Yoshiko as Dump's.  Let those two carry the bulk of the physical work and learn about how to work a crowd and tell a story from the masters.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on December 11, 2013, 11:24:47 PM
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She's producing a new show, which will feature KAORU's return from a 3 year absence

Wow, didn't think it had been that long

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AND a Chigusa vs Dump reprisal (you didn't really think Chigusa would never wrestle again, did you?

Until recently I actually didn't.

She's only done 2 matches since GAEA closed, that Light Tube death match she & KAORU did with the BJW guys (that was also another previous KAORU return match from injury) and Devil's retirement show which was 5 years ago.

Since then she's made almost no wrestling apperances until showing up for the SENDAI stuff of late. She didn't even show up for Bull's retirement show and I thought for sure she'd do that.

I don't know how well she'll do physically in this upcoming match but damn if watching her in the crowd during the SENDAI vets vs youngsters gauntlet a few months back she didn't come across as still 1 of the best workers in the world. She was awesome during that and damn near the best thing in it....

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I just decided I'd love to have Kagetsu as Chigusa's partner and Yoshiko as Dump's.

Cool wishfull thinking but wouldn't make any sense from a booking perspective since Kagetsu & Yoshiko have been partners not enemies in the war vs the vets lately.

I'm assuming/hopig, OZ & Aja are involved in the show somehow
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on December 12, 2013, 12:01:09 AM
Early candidate for 2014's joshi show of the year.

I'm so glad KAORU is coming back.  Hopefully, she's able to wrestle on a regular basis again.  Another Chigusa match is just the cherry on top of this awesome news sundae.


I'm assuming/hopig, OZ & Aja are involved in the show somehow

They were the first ones that came to mind when I saw X in the 6th match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on December 12, 2013, 08:27:40 AM
Early candidate for 2014's joshi show of the year.

The Main event looks great. But it is a shame we doesn't see another version of Nagayo vs. Satomura.... told by a GAEA fan. I hope they bring more Matches (8-10) like the old big AJW shows in the 90s. It's the next chance to promote an great Show with old stars and a litte bit old atmosphere.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on December 12, 2013, 08:58:29 AM

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I just decided I'd love to have Kagetsu as Chigusa's partner and Yoshiko as Dump's.

Cool wishfull thinking but wouldn't make any sense from a booking perspective since Kagetsu & Yoshiko have been partners not enemies in the war vs the vets lately.

I'm assuming/hopig, OZ & Aja are involved in the show somehow

I don't think it's that much of a stretch for Kagetsu & Yoshiko to be on opposite sides; yes, they are both part of the youngsters team, but they clearly don't like each other and see each other as the main rival of being their generation's "ace".

I wouldn't doubt if Aja's in the main event and the TBA trios match is some combination of OZ/GAEA people (Ozaki, Kansai, Toyota, Amano, Nagashima, Kato, etc.).  Of course, my track record as joshi psychic isn't that good.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 03, 2014, 01:43:04 PM
Update to card from the STARDOM page (confirming Yoshiko & Iroha in the opener).  They did put Kagetsu & Iroha with Grandma Chiggy and Yoshiko with Dump and the returning KAORU.  There's also a website for the show http://nagayochigusa.com/ (http://nagayochigusa.com/)

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE "Marvelous Night VI: That's Women's Pro-Wrestling" March 22, 2014
Tokyo Ota Ward Gymnasium


1. Chigusa Nagayo, Kagetsu, & Takumi Iroha vs Dump Matsumoto, KAORU, & Yoshiko
2. Sakura Hirota vs Eiger
3. X, X, & X vs X, X, & X
4. DIANA Offer match: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee vs Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda
5. DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Io Shirai
6. Shinobu Kandori, Meiko Satomura, & X vs KAORU, Takako Inoue, & Ayako Hamada
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 03, 2014, 01:50:14 PM
YUMIKO HOTTA PRODUCE January 4, 2014
Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall


1. 3 WAY MATCH: Kyusei Ninja Ranmura vs Hamuko Hoshi vs Yuiga
2. Dump Matsumoto & Keiko Aono vs Sareee & Manami Katsu
3. Mima Shimoda vs Marcela
4. Yumiko Hotta & Arisa Nakajima vs Kyoko Inoue & La Commandante
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 05, 2014, 09:26:43 AM
Full card from http://nagayochigusa.com/ (http://nagayochigusa.com/). Suprised we didn't get Aja/Ozaki/etc.  I'm not sure if the Uematsu comeback is permanent or just for this show.  Toshie did always strike me as someone likely to un-retire.

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE "Marvelous Night VI: That's Women's Pro-Wrestling" March 22, 2014
Tokyo Ota Ward Gymnasium


1. Chigusa Nagayo, Kagetsu, & Takumi Iroha vs Dump Matsumoto, KAORU, & Yoshiko
2. Sakura Hirota vs Eiger
3. Misaki Ohata, Mio Shirai, & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Hiroyo Matsumoto, Ryo Mizunami, & Rina Yamashita
4. DIANA Offer match: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee vs Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda
5. DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs Natsuki*Taiyo & Io Shirai
6. Shinobu Kandori, Meiko Satomura, & Toshie Uematsu vs KAORU, Takako Inoue, & Ayako Hamada
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 05, 2014, 09:33:52 AM
Results from http://ameblo.jp/ringstars (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars). Main thing that happened was La Commandante turning on Kyoko and forming a tag team with Hotta for the next day's DIANA show.  Not sure how I'd feel as a fan for two matches to end on a DQ for referee assault.

YUMIKO HOTTA PRODUCE January 4, 2014
Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall


1. 3 WAY MATCH: Kyusei Ninja Ranmura defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Yuiga (9:14).
2. Sareee & Manami Katsu defeated Dump Matsumoto & Keiko Aono (7:53) when Dump & Keiko were DQd for referee assault.
3. Marcela defeated Mima Shimoda (13:19) with the Michinoku Driver II.
4. Kyoko Inoue & La Commandante defeated Yumiko Hotta & Arisa Nakajima (13:11) after La Commandante turned on Inoue and Hotta was DQd for referee assault.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 10, 2014, 04:02:26 PM
Partial card (one more match to be announced) and maybe not in this order.  Ayaka is from FFF Pro Wrestling, which I never heard of.

DAIJO (OSAKA JOSHI PRO) January 19, 2014
Osaka Dotonbori Arena


1. Misaki Guriko vs Ayaka
2. Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu vs Mika Iida & Hikaru Shida
3. Fairy Nipponbashi vs Kana
4. Rina Yamashita vs Kaori Yoneyama

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on January 10, 2014, 05:48:37 PM
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Ayaka is from FFF Pro Wrestling, which I never heard of.

F-Spirit Fantasy Fighters

It's Nanjyo Hayato (of FMW) aka Miracleman's (of Osaka Pro) vanity promotion. He's been running sporadic shows for a couple of years now that are mainly offshoots of the two previously mentioned promotions he's worked for.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on January 11, 2014, 07:10:02 AM
Since these were never posted, here are the results from WPA's inaugural event on December 31 (from Battle-News):

World Pro-Wrestling Association, December 31, 2013, Shin-Kiba 1st Ring (167 fans)

1. Manami Kanda Debut Match: Aki Kanbayashi defeated Manami Kanda with a crab hold (7:13).
2. MMA Rules Match: Mayumi Hashiba defeated Aiko Oshino with a cross armbreaker (3rd round, 2:28).
3. AKUBI (Chii Tomiya) & La Malcriada defeated Bambi & Tsubasa Kuragaki, when AKUBI pinned Bambi with the Jungle Clutch (8:53).
4. Indian Mud Match: Aoi Ishibashi defeated Sakura Hirota with a facelock (7:25).
5. No Rope Barbed Wire Street Fight Tornado 8-Man Tag Match: Miss Mongol, Hideki Hosaka, Ricky Fuji & Atsushi Onita defeated Ichiro Yaguchi, Keizo Matsuda, Yuko Miyamoto & Saburo Inematsu, when Mongol pinned Inematsu with the Thunder Fire Powerbomb (11:08).
(http://image.mymp.jp/images/onamaem/93403/freepage_201312311403500.jpg)
(http://image.mymp.jp/images/onamaem/93403/freepage_201312311433260.jpg)
(http://image.mymp.jp/images/onamaem/93403/freepage_201312311558410.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on January 12, 2014, 09:49:35 AM
Kana Produce "Kana PuroMania", 25.02.2014
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo

1. Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Rabbit Miyu
2. Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Takaku Fuke vs. Minoru Suzuki & Hiromitsu Kanehara
3. Mio Shirai vs. Genki Horiguchi
4. Death Match Rules: Jun Kasai & Arisa Nakajima vs. Ryuji Ito & Ayako Hamada
5. Kana vs. Meiko Satomura

Others: Yuu Yamagata, Sanshiro Takagi, Dynamite Kansai, Kengo Mashima, TAKA Michinoku...

Damn! Great Card. I hope thats a TV Show.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on January 13, 2014, 06:27:36 AM
omg that card
(http://media.tumblr.com/efe5c2eb933ab45d32583175010c63ce/tumblr_inline_mn8dyqWjJY1qz4rgp.gif)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on January 19, 2014, 12:45:12 PM
Maybe somebody can do a better job translating this than I, but Ray had a special show today at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring http://miruhon.net/news/2014/01/ray_1.html (http://miruhon.net/news/2014/01/ray_1.html).  I think there were only 3 matches, but two of them had a special stipulation where the one who took the pinfall either lost their mask or had to start wearing a mask.  Sort of a twist on the more common mask vs hair lucha stip.

The first match had an all-masked team versus an all-nonmasked team in an elimination match.  A lot of male indy guys that I'm not sure on who they are, I think.  Competitors included Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru, Masked Hiroyon (Hiroyo Matsumoto was substituting for Lady Afrodita & Reina Isis, who missed the show due to visa troubles), and Dump Matsumoto.  I think Dump lost on a DQ and is supposed to wear a mask now, but I'm not 100% sure.

(http://miruhon.net/news/140119DSCF0112.JPG)

(http://miruhon.net/news/140119DSCF0220.JPG)

The second match was billed as REINA's 3rd Anniversary Match, a normal singles match with CMLL's Marcela vs Yuhi.  Not sure what Yuhi has to do with REINA, but Marcela wins after a double foot stomp.

(http://miruhon.net/news/140119DSCF0316.jpg)

The main event was Ray & Leon vs Meiko Satomura & La Commandante.  Ray used a huracanrana to beat La Commandante, who now has to wear a mask.

(http://miruhon.net/news/140119DSCF0563.jpg)

(http://miruhon.net/news/140119DSCF0574.JPG)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 20, 2014, 02:57:28 PM
I interpreted the mask stips the same way.  We'll have to see whether or not they actually wear them at some point, I guess.  Dump didn't seem particularly thrilled about it.

Ray posted the results on her blog (ameblo.jp/viva-ray):

RR New Year Puroresu Matsuri~Fukumen Propagation Operation~produced by Ray
January 19, 2014 (12:00)
Shinkiba 1st RING
230 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Super Chino & Hayate defeated Command Bolshoi & Kid Tiger (10:09) when Hayate used a Hayatina III on Kid Tiger.
2. Irregular Elimination Match: Masked Hiroyon & Gabai Jiichan & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Kagura & Kani K☆ING & Dark Ranger & Dragon Yuki & Menso~re Oyaji defeated Mitoshichi Shinose & Yumiko Kawada & Takuya Kito & SAKURA & Dump Matsumoto (12:20) when Dump was disqualified for a weapon attack.
- Exit Order: Masked Hiroyon, Kagura, Dragon Yuki, Yumiko Kawada, SAKURA, Kani K☆ING, Dark Ranger, Takuya Kito, Mitoshichi Shinose, Dump Matsumoto
3. REINA ANNIVERSARY 3rd MATCH: Marcela defeated Yuhi (12:18) with a Michinoku Driver II.
4. Ray & Leon defeated Meiko Satomura & La Comandante (28:46) when Ray used a Huracanrana on Comandante.




And some other miscellaneous stuff...

...from toykojyoshipro.net:

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.1”
January 18, 2014
Oji・BASEMENT MON☆STAR
130 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Syoko Nakajima defeated Ayumi Takada (06:23) with a Rollup.
2. Nonoko defeated Yuka Sakazaki (07:14) with a Pai Fly Flow.
3. Miyuu Yamashita defeated KANNA (05:25) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.


TJP has another trainee debuting next week.  She introduced herself as "Kendo Ririko," but I'll have to confirm the spelling of that later.



...from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 “SUNRISE TOUR 2014”
January 12, 2014 (12:00)
Tokyo・Korakuen Hall
1550 fans (no vacancy)


3. Shuu Shibutani defeated Ryo Mizunami (06:08) with a Huracanrana.


WRESTLE-1 “SUNRISE TOUR 2014”
January 19, 2014 (18:00)
Green Dome Maebashi Subevent Area
750 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Shuu Shibutani defeated Ryo Mizunami (05:46) with a Huracanrana.




...from ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Glittering Sun Project~Natsumi Midorikawa Produce Box Office~
January 12, 2014 (14:00)
Saitama・Kerberos Dojo
30 fans


1. Sumo Rules: Akira Tokuho defeated Ikeru Kojima (00:53) with a Uwatenage.
- Rematch—Loincloth Reclamation Rules: Ikeru Kojima defeated Akira Tokuho (04:38) by taking back his loincloth.
2. 2 out of 3 Falls: Kenji Takeshima defeated Karate Mummy (2-1)
- Grappling Rules: Takeshima defeated Mummy (05:28) with a Collar Choke.
- Normal Rules: Mummy defeated Takeshima (02:42) with a Schoolboy.
- Headband Reclamation Rules: Takeshima defeated Mummy (00:50) by taking back his headband.
3. Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated Mame Endo (11:11) with a Groin Attack.
4. Yuiga defeated Aya Yuuki (10:34) with a Kaiten Ebigatame.
5. Aki Shizuku defeated Kama (07:38) with a Chickenwing Sleeper.



...and finally, from ddtpro.com/union:

Union Puroresu “Happy New Year Union 2014”
January 11, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
304 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Kyoko Kimura defeated SAGAT (09:30) with a Big Boot.
4. Shuji Ishikawa & Kaori Yoneyama defeated Menso~re Oyaji & Mio Shirai (10:28) when Ishikawa used a Splash Mountain on Shirai.
7. Union Puroresu Fly to Everywhere World Championship: Cherry (c) defeated Sareee (08:55) with a Spring Night Love.
- Cherry is successful in her 2nd defense.




Edit: Let's tack Daijo onto this post too... Results from osakajoshi-pro.com:

OSAKA Joshi Puroresu ~January~
January 19, 2014
Doutonbori Arena
151 fans


1. Misaki Guriko defeated Ayaka (08:11) with a Flying Body Press.
2. Policewoman & Bentenmusume。defeated Nyamber & Kyusei Sakura HIrota (10:33) when Policewoman used a Lariat on Nyamber.
3. Kana defeated Fairy Nipponbashi (06:03) with a Shoulder Neckbreaker Drop.
4. Rina Yamashita “Rush” 5 Match Series Match No.1: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Rina Yamashita (08:40) with a Diving Senton♪.
5. Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu defeated Mika Iida & Hikaru Shida (14:48) when Shimono used a Raiden Drop on Iida.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on January 31, 2014, 12:22:06 PM
Results from tokyojyoshipro.net:

Toyko Joshi Puroresu “SHIBUYA Entertainment☆Fight #1”
January 28, 2014
Shibuya Entertainment Stage
80 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Kendo Ririko Debut Match: Syoko Nakajima defeated Kendo Ririko (05:48) with a Flying Body Attack.
2. Nonoko defeated Yuka Sakazaki (05:12) with a Pai Fly Flow.
3. Miyuu Yamashita defeated KANNA (05:50) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.



Results from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 SUNRISE TOUR 2014
January 24, 2014 (19:00)
Kiramesse Numazu
600 fans


3. Kaoru Ito defeated Sareee (06:30) with a Lariat.


WRESTLE-1 SUNRISE TOUR 2014
January 25, 2014 (18:00)
Aimesse Yamanashi
850 fans (no vacancy)


3. Kaoru Ito defeated Sareee (04:55) with a Spiral Bomb.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 17, 2014, 05:25:53 PM
Here's some miscellaneous stuff from the last few weeks.

Results from ameblo.jp/deaf-hero:

Deaf Japan Pro-Wrestling “HERO:9”
February 08, 2014 (18:00)
Shinkiba 1st RING
154 fans


2. JWP Offer Match: Rabbit Miu defeated Aoi Yagami (06:46) with a Rabistral.
5. GPS Toshima Office Offer Match: Kana & Mio Shirai defeated DASH Chisako & Rina Yamashita (15:12) when Kana used a Flying Armbar on Yamashita.

I wonder why Yagami doesn't show up in JWP anymore.


...from kensuke-office.com:

DIAMOND RING
February 11, 2014 (12:00)
Korakuen Hall
2100 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Joshi Special Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta & La Comandante defeated Natsuki☆Taiyo & Sareee (09:57) when Hotta used a Pyramid Driver on Sareee.

Enjoy retirement, Kensuke!


...from z-1.co.jp/zero1:

PROWRESTLING ZERO1
February 11, 2014
Korakuen Hall


2. Ehon Puroresu: Gokiburi Mask No.1 & No.2 defeated Menso~re Oyaji & Hiroyo Matsumoto (11:41) when No.1 used a Hoi Hoi Driver on Oyaji.


...from ddtpro.com/results & ddtpro.com/report:

Union Pro Wrestling “Out With Demons, Good Fortune With Union 2014”
February 11, 2014
Yokohama Radiant Hall
330 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Cherry & Mio Shirai defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Sareee (06:42) when Shirai used a Tsuchigumo on Sareee.

Cherry defends the FTE title against Mio on 03/23 in Kawasaki.


Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.2”
Feburary 15, 2014
Oji・BASEMENT MON☆STAR
90 fans


1. Chikage Kiba defeated Ayumi Takada (04:11) with a Kneebar.
2. Miyuu Yamashita defeated Kendo Ririko (06:02) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.
3. Nonoko & KANNA defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Syoko Nakajima (10:00) when Nonoko used a Pai Fly Flow on Nakajima.



... and from w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 “SUNRISE TOUR 2014”
January 31, 2014
Korakuen Hall
1350 fans


3. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Kellie Skater (04:10) with a Backdrop.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1biynj_hiroyo-matsumoto-vs-kellie-skater-wrestle-1_sport


WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2014 WEST SIDE STORY
February 15, 2014 (18:30)
Korakuen Hall
1150 fans


3. Syuri defeated Koharu Hinata (06:16) with a Face Kick.




Edit: Dyslexic moment.  (><)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on February 19, 2014, 07:45:59 AM
Full Card

Kana Produce “Kana PuroMania”, 25.02.2014 (18:30)
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo

1. Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Rabbit Miyu
2. Dynamite Kansai, Kuuga, TAKA Michinoku vs. Yuu Yamagata, HUB & Sanshiro Takagi
3. UWF Rules: Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Takaku Fuke vs. Minoru Suzuki & Hiromitsu Kanehara
4. Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Kengo Mashima
5. Naomichi Marufuji & Atsushi Aoki vs. Ikuto Hidaka & Black Buffalo
6. Handicap Match: Mio Shirai vs. Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!
7. Death Match Rules: Jun Kasai & Arisa Nakajima vs. Ryuji Ito & Ayako Hamada
8. Kana vs. Meiko Satomura

Hope they have a big tv time slot.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on February 19, 2014, 07:41:29 PM
HOLY JEEBUZZZ
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on February 24, 2014, 03:18:01 PM
More assorted stuff and things:

Results from osakajoshi-pro.com:

Osaka Joshi Puroresu ~FEBRUARY~
February 23, 2014
Doutonbori Arena
174 fans


1. Tomoka Nakagawa defeated Ayaka (05:50) with a CRB.
2. 3WAY Match: Nyamber defeated Rabbit Miu and Bentenmusume。(08:23) when she cutback Miu’s Rabistral.
3. Doutonbolshoi defeated Mika Iida (10:13) with a Modified Hadakajime.
4. Fairy Nipponbashi & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Mio Shirai & Kyoko Kimura (09:23) when Ranmaru pinned Shirai after Kimura kicked Shirai in the face.
5. Policewoman & Misaki Guriko defeated Rina Yamashita & Kana (14:40) when Policewomen used a Moonsault Press on Yamashita.
6. Tadasuke Japan Last Match: Tadasuke defeated Sawako Shimono (12:32) with an Outcast.

They announced Ranmaru/Mii vs Shimoda/Toyota for 03/21.  Also, Yuhi will have her first and last Daijo match on that show.

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From ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru Independent Box Office “Ranmaru Festa vol. 9~Tokyo First Landing, Matsuri ya Wasshoi♪~”
February 22, 2014 (18:00)
Shinkiba 1st RING
Unpublished audience (super no vacancy full house)


1. Yumi Ohka defeated Konaka=Pale One (05:26) with a Big Boot.
— Special Referee: MARU
2. Doutonbori Pro Wrestling Offer Match: Cooger & Masamune & Gamerasu defeated HAYATA & Daisuke Masaoka & Ra Pito (?) (12:25) when Masamune used a Raikiri on HAYATA.
3. Ranmaru-style Battle Royale: Eri Susa defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (26:39) with an Osaekomi.
- Entrance Order:
— Group 1: Taiyoutokamen, Mede Tiger Mask, Shingen, Kaho Kobayashi, Ray, TORU
— Group 2: Gabai Jiichan, Shigehiro Irie, Takyua Kito, Arisa Nakajima, Misaki Ohata, Kyusei Sakura Hirota
— Group 3: Yumiko Hotta, Eri Susa
4. English Prohibition Match~Reformed Again・Joshi Edition・Deluxe Edition~: Jaguar Yokota & Kayoko Haruyama & Rabbit Miu wrestled Hiroyo Matsumoto & Manami Katsu & Sareee (10:00) to a time limit draw.
— Special Rules: Each time a wrestler spoke English, she was penalized 1000¥.  The penalty money would be given to the winning team, or in the case of a time limit draw, the referee would get the money.
5. Kana & Mio Shirai defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Fairy Nipponbashi (13:33) when Shirai used a Roundhouse Kick on Ranmaru.


The post had a bit about Susa's elbow injury; if I interpreted it correctly, she might not be fully medically cleared just yet.  Also, I'm not familiar at all with some of the Doutonbori guys, so there might be some rough name translations there.


YMZ vol. 5 Madoka Kenzan
February 05, 2014 (20:00)
Yonemado Arena
41 fans


1. Hatsuhinode Kamen YMZ Entrance Assessment Match: Kaori Yoneyama defeated Hatsuhinode Kamen (05:38) via Pinfall.
- Kamen was allowed to join YMZ.
2. Madoka 12th Anniversary Match: Madoka wrestled PSYCHO (12:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Kendo vs Sumo Mixed Martial Arts Showdown: PSYCHO defeated Madoka (Ippon).
4. Yoneyama and Janken Showdown: Madoka defeated Psycho (Paper).
5. Shiratori Showdown: PSYCHO defeated Madoka (Time Over).

YMZ vol. 6・Yonemado Party
February 20, 2014 (20:00)
Akihabara Studio Revole Part 2, 1F
46 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Takeboke Debut Match: Hatsuhinode Kamen defeated Takeboki (02:37) with a Hatsuhinode Cutter.
2. Cosplay Match: Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka defeated Hikaru Sato & Aoi Ishibashi (11:23) when Yoneyama used a Small Package Hold on Ishibashi.
3. AMMA Showdown: Hikaru Sato defeated Kaori Yoneyama (Shot).
4. Janken Showdown: Madoka defeated Hikaru Sato (Paper).
5. Caricature Showdown: Aoi Ishibashi defeated Madoka (Great Resemblance).


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From ddtpro.com/result:

DDT “Into the Fight 2014”
February 23, 2014
Korakuen Hall
2028 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Ironman Time Variation Battle Royale:
- Entrance Order: Daichi Kakimoto, Yasu Urano (c), Gorgeous Matsuno, DJ Nira, Kazuki Hirata, Saki Akai, Emi Sakura, Gouta Ihashi, Akito, Guanchulo
- Exit Order:
— Matsuno eliminated himself (03:39) via over the top rope.
— Urano defeated Hirata (07:32) via OTR.
— Urano defeated Akai (08:05) via pinfall.
— Sakura defeated Urano (08:30) with La Magistral to become the 990th Ironman Champion.
— Nira defeated Sakura (09:28) with a Modified Crucifix to become the 991st Ironman Champion.
— Akito defeated Nira (09:56) with an Ankle Hold to become the 992nd Ironman Champion.
— Kakimoto defeated Akito (11:17) with a Small Package Hold to become the 993rd Ironman Champion.
— Ihashi defeated Guanchulo (12:30) via pinfall.
— Kakimoto defeated Ihashi (13:25) with a Lariat.
2b. Ironman Heavymetal Championship: Kazuki Hirata defeated Daichi Kakimoto (c) (12:37pm) with a Schoolboy.
— Kakimoto fails in his first defense; Hirata becomes the 994th Ironman Heavymetal Champion.
4. KO-D 6-Person Tag Championship: Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie & Souma Takao defeated Danshoku Dieno & Makoto Oishi & Aja Kong (c) (10:00) when Takao used a Gin and Tonic on Dieno.
— Team Drift become the 8th KO-D 6-Person Tag Champions.


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From miruhon.net (http://miruhon.net/news/2014/02/215zero1.html):

ZERO1 Sendai Tournament
February 15, 2014 (18:00)
Miyagino Ward Culture Center


1. Daichi Hashimoto defeated Kengo with an Implant DDT.
2. Mineo Fujita defeated Hamuko Hoshi with an SSD.
3. DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko defeated TARU & Yoshikazu Yokoyama when Chisako used a Hormone Splash on Yokoyama.
4. KAMIKAZE & Takuya Sugwara & Mio Shirai defeated “brother” YASSHI & Demon Ueda & Miyako Matsumoto when KAMIKAZE used a Moonsault on YASSHI.
5. Full Participation Battle Royale: Winner - Yoshikazu Yokoyama.



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From blog.livedoor.jp/mr_gannosuke/:

Mr. Gannosuke Produce Box Office “Fierce God Way Returns 15”
February 18, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
238 fans (no vacancy)


1. Guts Ishijima & Micro defeated Aruganiisan & Aki Shizuku (07:09) when Ishijima used a Nenbutsu Demon Bomb on Aruganiisan.


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From blog.livedoor.jp/secretbase2009/:

Pro Wrestling SECRET BASE “Nishichofu Tournament”
February 22, 2014 (19:00)
Nishichofu Kakutogi Arena
41 fans


3. SUSUMU & Aoi Ishibashi defeated Uchuu Ginga Senshi Andros & Hanako Nakamori (12:39) when SUSUMU used a Fisherman’s Suplex Hold on Andros.


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From w-1.co.jp:

WRESTLE-1 TOUR WEST SIDE STORY
February 21, 2014 (18:30)
BODYMAKER Colosseum
1050 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Shu Shibutani defeated Hikaru Shida (05:07) when Shibutani cutback Shida’s Falcon Arrow.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1d1q36_shu-shibutani-vs-hikaru-shida-wrestle-1_sport


WRESTLE-1 TOUR WEST SIDE STORY
February 22, 2014 (18:00)
Fukuyama Big Rose
650 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Hikaru Shida defeated Shu Shibutani (05:26) with a Running Knee Lift.


WRESTLE-1 TOUR WEST SIDE STORY
February 23, 2014 (18:00)
Hiroshima Industrial Hall West Exhibition Hall
700 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Shu Shibutani defeated Hikaru Shida (05:38) via Pinfall.



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: dafalcon on February 25, 2014, 06:41:04 AM
What wrestler plays the Vancouver Cat on Fukumen Mania? (on left in photo)

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on February 25, 2014, 07:16:16 AM
What wrestler plays the Vancouver Cat on Fukumen Mania? (on left in photo)
Kei Akiyama.

Also, Gail Kim and Madison Rayne face each other on the Wrestle-1 show, so no joshi stars putting over subpar North American workers.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on February 25, 2014, 07:36:26 AM
Kinda sucks that no girls will get an opportunity to work a big show.

I wouldn't say Gail Kim is sub-par, though.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 03, 2014, 01:06:22 AM
I'm surprised that no one posted about Kana's show.  Results from Kento!BLOG (http://blog.goo.ne.jp/prowrestle/e/1da016bd4a5633d138811bf4b77c93bc):

Kana Independent Box Office “KANAPROMANIA”
February 25, 2014 (18:30)
Korakuen Hall
1253 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Rabbit Miu (06:56) with a Diving Neckbreaker.
2. Cooger & Dynamite Kansai & TAKA Michinoku defeated Sanshiro Takagi & HUB & Yuu Yamagata (08:54) when Cooger used a Senkai Side Buster on Yamagata.
3. Handicap Match: Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! defeated Mio Shirai (04:55) with a Backslide from Heaven.
5. Deathmatch Rules: Ryuji Ito & Ayako Hamada defeated Jun Kasai & Arisa Nakajima (17:25) when Ito used a Dragon Splash on a barbed wire board on Nakajima.
8. Kana defeated Meiko Satomura (16:00) via TKO with a Nogueira Choke.

Highlights are already on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoTYfa6iKkA 
This channel's been great for digests of recent stuff lately. 

Looks like the 06/16 Kana Pro is going to have Meiko Satomura & Minoru Suzuki vs Kana & X... Who are you all thinking X will be?  Fujiwara would be cool.



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Results from tokyojyoshipro.net:

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “SHIBUYA Entertainment☆Fight #2”
February 27, 2014
Shibuya Entertainment Stage
70 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Chikage Kiba defeated KANNA (05:20) with a Rollup.
2. 3WAY Match: Nonoko defeated Syoko Nakajima and Kendo Ririko (05:48) when she used a Pai Fly Flow on both of them.
3. Miyuu Yamashita defeated Yuka Sakazaki (05:51) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.

— Eri (formerly Eri Wakamatsu) will compete in an exhibition match on 03/15.
— Yamashita and Nonoko will face off on 04/05.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 16, 2014, 09:10:55 PM
Results from ameblo.jp/ringstars:

Ray Independent Box Office “Eightstar~Fukumen Zōshoku Dai Sakusen 2nd”
March 16, 2014 (12:00)
Shinkiba 1st RING


1. Fukumen vs Paint Mania: Rising Dragon & Kid Tiger defeated Onryo & Karate Mummy (09:46) when Tiger used La Magistral on Mummy.
2. Noble Masked Woman VS Strong Armed Fukumen Hunter: Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Mil Sakuracas (12:07) with a Moonsault Press.
3. OHJI CLIMAX: Kazuhiro Tamura defeated Mitoshichi Shinose (09:54) with an Udegatame.
4. Eightstar Take off ! : Ray & Leon & Command Bolshoi defeated Nassy & Dump Matsumoto & ZEUS (16:12) via Ring Out.

Rising Dragon was The Bodyguard.  Mil Sakuracas was Hirota, and Nassy was La Comandante.



Results from battle-news.com:

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.3”
March 15, 2014 (13:00)
BASEMENT MON☆STAR
100 fans (no vacancy)


1. Exhibition Match: KANNA wrestled Eri (3:00) to a draw. (0-0)
— 1 Minute Overtime: KANNA defeated Eri (00:59) with a Boston Crab.
2. Chikage Kiba defeated Yuka Sakazaki (07:25) with a Kaiten Ashiorigatame.
3. Nonoko & Kendo Ririko defeated Miyuu Yamashita & Syoko Nakajima (10:00) when Nonoko used a Dragon Sleepai on Nakajima.

Dragon Sleepai is not a typo.  (><)

Saki Akai is going to be on the 04/05 show.



Results also from battle-news.com:

Pro Wrestling ZERO1 13th Anniversary Tournament
March 09, 2014 (12:00)
Korakuen Hall


3. Yuhi Graduation Countdown: Arisa Nakajima defeated Yuhi (10:39) with a Dragon Suplex Hold.


ZERO1 Nora Inu Dojo “Yuhi vs Kana One Match Box Office”
March 15, 2014 (19:30)
Shinkiba 1st RING
124 fans


1. No Fall Complete Conclusion Rules: Kana defeated Yuhi (41:29) via Referee Stoppage with a Dojime Chickenwing Sleeper.

This was Give Up or KO only with no time limit.  If one competitor was outside the ring, she had to return before the count of 10, but there was no count out if both competitors were outside the ring.


It's been a minute since a joshi singles match went 40 minutes.  I can't think of anything off the top of my head in the last three years or so.  If I remember correctly, Yuki Miyazaki had a long one-off match with someone before she retired... Cherry, I think?  Correct me if I'm wrong.




Speaking of Yuki Miyazaki, she's going to be involved in an upcoming YMZ event in some capacity, according to this weird video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqEYQGTWCnw
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on March 19, 2014, 11:12:55 AM
yup, Yuki vs Cherry 60 min iron man match
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 20, 2014, 01:40:36 AM
If you list the top 5 joshi matches of the past year, Kana is in at least 3 of them. Coincidence? No. The match with Yuhi could be another one.
Kana vs Arisa I
Kana vs Arisa II
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Rumbleberry on March 20, 2014, 11:03:12 AM
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania

When did this happen? Is it available?

Kana also had that awesome war with Carlos Amano at OZ. No coincidence. Best joshi worker in the world.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on March 20, 2014, 03:10:46 PM
Does anyone know where to find results from that?

Women’s Wrestling Ishioka Festival, 14.03.2014
Ishioka Sports Park Gymnasium, Ibaraki


- Jaguar Yokota, Dump Matsumoto, KAORU, Tomoko Watanabe, Eiger, Tsukasa Fujimoto, Hamuko Hoshi, Tsukushi, Maki Narumiya, Risa Sera, Sareee, Kaho Kobayashi, Koharu Hinata, SAKI, MIZUKI…

16.02.2014 – February Dark Moon Time @ West Chofu Combat Arena, Tokyo (17:30)
1. Manami Kanda vs. Aoi Ishibashi
2. CPE Presents – 3 Rounds: Mayumi Hashiba vs. Riko Fukuyama
3. Mellow 3-Way Match: Bambi vs. La Malcriada vs. Kyusei Sakura Hirota
4. Dog Collar Chain Match: Miss Mongol vs. Gabai-jichan
5. AKUBI vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on March 20, 2014, 03:20:36 PM
Edit: Eh.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: JoshiFanficz on March 20, 2014, 05:41:21 PM
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania

When did this happen? Is it available?

Kana also had that awesome war with Carlos Amano at OZ. No coincidence. Best joshi worker in the world.

One of the best right now, but I'd wager to say Arisa is better.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 20, 2014, 06:26:02 PM
If you list the top 5 joshi matches of the past year, Kana is in at least 3 of them. Coincidence? No. The match with Yuhi could be another one.
Kana vs Arisa I
Kana vs Arisa II
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania
Only seen the first Kana/Arisa match and it wasn't a top 5 for me though I suspect the other two could be once I see them.

I actually have a little trouble seeing Kana vs. Yuhi be good at that length. Yuhi never seemed to get things completely together, and Kana adapts the level she works at depending on the quality of her opponent. That said it could be something worthwhile if they went a more mat based route.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 20, 2014, 08:30:54 PM
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania

When did this happen? Is it available?

Kana also had that awesome war with Carlos Amano at OZ. No coincidence. Best joshi worker in the world.

Last month, i was there. Not out on DVD yet, will be though.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on March 20, 2014, 10:16:36 PM
I actually have a little trouble seeing Kana vs. Yuhi be good at that length. Yuhi never seemed to get things completely together, and Kana adapts the level she works at depending on the quality of her opponent. That said it could be something worthwhile if they went a more mat based route.

Slight leap in logic to assume that your opinion of Yuhi's wrestling is the same as Kana's, therefore she'd put in less effort. Pretty sure Kana has a rather high opinion of Yuhi and her abilities, and wrestled accordingly. Though I've never seen Kana half-ass it, especially in a big match, and she certainly wouldn't do it in one booked to go 40 minutes.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dexx on March 20, 2014, 10:40:46 PM
I actually have a little trouble seeing Kana vs. Yuhi be good at that length. Yuhi never seemed to get things completely together, and Kana adapts the level she works at depending on the quality of her opponent. That said it could be something worthwhile if they went a more mat based route.

Slight leap in logic to assume that your opinion of Yuhi's wrestling is the same as Kana's, therefore she'd put in less effort. Pretty sure Kana has a rather high opinion of Yuhi and her abilities, and wrestled accordingly. Though I've never seen Kana half-ass it, especially in a big match, and she certainly wouldn't do it in one booked to go 40 minutes.

I think you could make an argument that Kana kind of half-assed her match with Manami Katsu. Although  I think that was more of Manami just choking in the spotlight.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 20, 2014, 10:49:49 PM
I actually have a little trouble seeing Kana vs. Yuhi be good at that length. Yuhi never seemed to get things completely together, and Kana adapts the level she works at depending on the quality of her opponent. That said it could be something worthwhile if they went a more mat based route.

Slight leap in logic to assume that your opinion of Yuhi's wrestling is the same as Kana's, therefore she'd put in less effort. Pretty sure Kana has a rather high opinion of Yuhi and her abilities, and wrestled accordingly. Though I've never seen Kana half-ass it, especially in a big match, and she certainly wouldn't do it in one booked to go 40 minutes.
I'd argue that Katsu match was pretty half-assed, and the effort Kana gave against Nakamori while nothing bad wasn't nearly the same she gave to Arisa or even Rabbit Miu. I don't know how wrestlers view Yuhi, but she has a habit of botching her bigger spots and tends to need a solid leader to direct her in matches. From what I've seen Kana doesn't like lead or carry people.

Quote
I think you could make an argument that Kana kind of half-assed her match with Manami Katsu. Although  I think that was more of Manami just choking in the spotlight.
I think it was a little of both.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on March 21, 2014, 12:30:53 AM
I'd argue that Katsu match was pretty half-assed, and the effort Kana gave against Nakamori while nothing bad wasn't nearly the same she gave to Arisa or even Rabbit Miu.

The Nakamori match that was easily the hottest match I've ever seen in FACE where the crowd was going nuts for Hanako to win? That match?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 21, 2014, 01:24:01 AM
Somehow I doubt that is the hottest match FACE has ever had. I will say its the most I have seen the crowd into Nakamori. I never said it was a bad match, just that Kana put in more effort against other opponents.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on March 21, 2014, 02:18:03 AM
Somehow I doubt that is the hottest match FACE has ever had.

I didn't say it was. I said it was the hottest I've seen, so if Kana was half-assing it that night then her half-ass is more effective than 95% of people full on. Or it was just a good match that everyone there was super into and the whole original argument is just hopelessly flawed.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 21, 2014, 08:03:20 AM
I said the effort Kana gave against Nakamori wasn't as strong as she gave to others, not half-assed like the Katsu match.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Rumbleberry on March 21, 2014, 04:42:03 PM
Kana vs Meiko - Kana Pro Mania

When did this happen? Is it available?

Kana also had that awesome war with Carlos Amano at OZ. No coincidence. Best joshi worker in the world.

One of the best right now, but I'd wager to say Arisa is better.

I'm not convinced with Nakajima yet. I need to see more matches. Arisa vs Kana and Arisa vs Emi Sakura were good and she was good in them but she was clearly the lesser worker in both. The Sakura match in particular felt like a great ring general performance from the vet Sakura with Arisa as the capable passenger. Nothing wrong with that but I didn't come out of it thinking Nakajima is the best in the world. The only other match I've seen of hers was against a less experienced worker in Io Sharai and it wasn't very good at all.  The Yoshiko/Io match from last year was miles better.

What are the other Nakajima matches I need to check out?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 22, 2014, 03:12:23 AM
Her matches with LEON and Haruyama were great as were those elimination tags. I don't know how anyone comes out of arisa vs io thinking it was anything but great, but fair enough if you didn't.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 22, 2014, 04:58:16 PM
Results from battle-news.com (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140322-2):

Chigusa Nagayo Produce -- Marvelous Night vol.6 “That’s Joshi Puroresu”
March 22, 2014 (17:00)
Ota City General Gymnasium
3500 fans


1. Shudder! Gokuaku Doumei Advent - No Rules Match: Chigusa Nagayo & Kagetsu & Takumi Iroha defeated Dump Matsumoto & KAORU & Yoshiko (20:06) when Nagayo used a Fluorescent Light Tube Attack on Dump.
2. Aiger defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (12:03) with a Jyukyou.
3. Fresh Fresh Fresh: Misaki Ohata & Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Sawako Shimono & Rina Yamashita & Hiroyo Matsumoto (09:58) when Ohata used a Diving Body Press on Yamashita.
4. DIANA PRESENTS: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee defeated Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda (14:19) when Kyoko used a Niagara Driver on Shimoda.
5. Jumonji Sisters vs Stardom! : Natsuki☆Taiyo & Io Shirai defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko (19:03) when Io used an Arco Iris de Io on Sachiko.
6. KAORU & Takaco Inoue & Ayako Hamada defeated Shinobu Kandori & Meiko Satomura & Toshie Uematsu (20:59) when KAORU used a Moonsault Press on Uematsu.


Chigusa announced that she's starting a new group called Marvelous.  The long term plan is to recruit and train wrestlers and run shows, though it doesn't seem as if Chigusa herself will wrestle on those shows.  When that will start up is unclear at this point, but in the meantime, she'll produce a few more one-off events throughout the country; the next one is planned for 07/06.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 22, 2014, 07:03:04 PM
Interesting, sounds like it will be similar to Kensuke Office/Diamond Ring.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: luckycleareyes on March 23, 2014, 03:26:15 PM
...From what I've seen Kana doesn't like lead or carry people.

I agree with this. While she's probably capable of it, Kana will tend to wrestle to her opponent's level rather than lead or carry. Personally I think this is her trying to make the match look more competitive, and also not allowing herself to fall into the type of shoot frustration violence many of the veterans will turn to when they feel their opponent is lagging.

My personal best example of this would be Kana vs. Allysin Kay on SHIMMER 60. Allysin seemed to have it in her head to have a pseudo comedy/"pop the girls in the back" match and it was a disaster. Granted she may have been trying to go a different route then most do against Kana...which is usually to take her head-on.

Bantering at Kana during a match isn't going to get a response A) because she has a focused style where she concentrates and stalks you B) She understand about 25% of what Allysin was actually saying. Kana played along with it as best she could, even doing a kick exchange that was awkward to say the least.  She then basically took Allysin down and submitted her easy as 1-2-3...

I think you would be hard pressed to find a positive review of this match, even from fans of both wrestlers. You could see the crowd coming to the realization that this match sucked and nothing could save it as it was going on, and Allysin's stalling and bantering started to get sighs of boredom instead of laughs.

At the afterparty I was told that backstage the staff was actually quickly scripting some run-in or interference as the match was happening just to end the torture, as it was a long match (or at least felt like it lasted forever) and they could sense the crowd being killed.

A salty veteran like Ayako or a perfectionist like Ayumi would've snapped and unleashed an ass-kicking just to save the match.


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on March 24, 2014, 04:33:47 AM
I said the effort Kana gave against Nakamori wasn't as strong as she gave to others, not half-assed like the Katsu match.

Fine her "not as strong" effort is more effective than 95% of people at their strongest if that match is an example (hint: it's a really terrible example).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 24, 2014, 08:33:53 AM
...From what I've seen Kana doesn't like lead or carry people.

I agree with this. While she's probably capable of it, Kana will tend to wrestle to her opponent's level rather than lead or carry.
No, Kana never led Syuri thru a series of great matches in SMASH. Not at all.  *yellow
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 24, 2014, 08:41:57 AM
...From what I've seen Kana doesn't like lead or carry people.

I agree with this. While she's probably capable of it, Kana will tend to wrestle to her opponent's level rather than lead or carry.
No, Kana never led Syuri thru a series of great matches in SMASH. Not at all.  *yellow
Well, no, she didn't. Their first match was good because they played closer to shoot style which was probably Syuri's strong point. Its honestly more likely Syuri led Kana as the rematch where Kana won played a little differently and wasn't nearly good along with Meiko practically leading Kana by the nose in their match from the same year that started out with a similar style.

I said the effort Kana gave against Nakamori wasn't as strong as she gave to others, not half-assed like the Katsu match.

Fine her "not as strong" effort is more effective than 95% of people at their strongest if that match is an example (hint: it's a really terrible example).
If you want to believe that then, fine.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Rumbleberry on March 24, 2014, 11:50:48 AM
Was the first Kana vs Syuri match from Feb 2012? If so, I don't know how anybody can watch that and come away thinking that Kana was led through it by her opponent.  To her credit, Syuri didn't look as useless as she did against Satomura and her kicks have started to look like they might actually hurt but she's obviously a limited worker. She seemed content to spend the entire match kicking and it was Kana that was bringing her down to the mat with neat reversals, trying to twist Syuri's limbs from her body. Shuri (is it Syuri or Shuri?) did a whole bunch of nothing on the mat. There's one part where Kana has her in a clutch and you can clearly see that she's calling the match anyway.

I haven't seen a Meiko/Kana match from 2012 but after seeing their match from the previous year I have a hard time believing that anybody was getting 'led by the nose' in that match. The 2011 match was a brutal standoff with both women bringing the violence,  smashing the shit of each other and looking like the two best joshi workers in the world.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 24, 2014, 01:23:20 PM
Not the matches I'm referring to.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Rumbleberry on March 24, 2014, 02:18:28 PM
What is the date of the first Kana/Syuri match you are referring to?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on March 24, 2014, 03:44:03 PM
Don't know offhand other than 2010 as the year.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on March 24, 2014, 04:38:31 PM
How can anyone watch any Syuri match in the past couple of years and not get that Kana has trained her is beyond me. Her style changed significantly due to it, for the better.

I haven't seen a Meiko/Kana match from 2012 but after seeing their match from the previous year I have a hard time believing that anybody was getting 'led by the nose' in that match.

You should. It's one of the crazier things you could read. It's pretty much the opposite of reality, as Kana usually brings people into her world instead of the other way around. Hell, that was the entire storyline of the Arisa matches, where Kana outworked her on the mat in the first match, but Arisa did some training and learned counters and holds of her own to use in order to win. It's not like Meiko's typical style is shooty either.

As for Kana vs. AK: Kana likes wrestling comedy matches sometimes, it didn't work out. It's a little bizarre and insulting to suggest Hamada would have just started beating the shit out of AK in spite of the agreement and reasons for working that style, because Hamada didn't do that during her crappy matches in TNA, or Mexico, or Japan for that matter.

Last I checked she was a professional and in spite of the masochistic fantasies bandied around here with regularity, they usually don't flip out a beat the crap out of other wrestlers because a match isn't working out. In fact the only time I've seen that happen is because of screw ups, not just something not going over well.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on March 24, 2014, 08:58:20 PM
Didn't kana say in her manifesto not to coddle each other? Maybe its not a point of not carrying people so much as wanting them have a great match on their own merits as opposed to because kana carried them.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: FLIK on March 26, 2014, 08:28:09 AM
Results from battle-news.com (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140322-2):

Chigusa Nagayo Produce -- Marvelous Night vol.6 “That’s Joshi Puroresu”
March 22, 2014 (17:00)
Ota City General Gymnasium
3500 fans


1. Shudder! Gokuaku Doumei Advent - No Rules Match: Chigusa Nagayo & Kagetsu & Takumi Iroha defeated Dump Matsumoto & KAORU & Yoshiko (20:06) when Nagayo used a Fluorescent Light Tube Attack on Dump.
2. Aiger defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (12:03) with a Jyukyou.
3. Fresh Fresh Fresh: Misaki Ohata & Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Sawako Shimono & Rina Yamashita & Hiroyo Matsumoto (09:58) when Ohata used a Diving Body Press on Yamashita.
4. DIANA PRESENTS: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee defeated Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda (14:19) when Kyoko used a Niagara Driver on Shimoda.
5. Jumonji Sisters vs Stardom! : Natsuki☆Taiyo & Io Shirai defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko (19:03) when Io used an Arco Iris de Io on Sachiko.
6. KAORU & Takaco Inoue & Ayako Hamada defeated Shinobu Kandori & Meiko Satomura & Toshie Uematsu (20:59) when KAORU used a Moonsault Press on Uematsu.


Chigusa announced that she's starting a new group called Marvelous.  The long term plan is to recruit and train wrestlers and run shows, though it doesn't seem as if Chigusa herself will wrestle on those shows.  When that will start up is unclear at this point, but in the meantime, she'll produce a few more one-off events throughout the country; the next one is planned for 07/06.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-QMW9daXF8
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 26, 2014, 12:44:26 PM
Results from battle-news.com (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140322-2):

Chigusa Nagayo Produce -- Marvelous Night vol.6 “That’s Joshi Puroresu”
March 22, 2014 (17:00)
Ota City General Gymnasium
3500 fans


1. Shudder! Gokuaku Doumei Advent - No Rules Match: Chigusa Nagayo & Kagetsu & Takumi Iroha defeated Dump Matsumoto & KAORU & Yoshiko (20:06) when Nagayo used a Fluorescent Light Tube Attack on Dump.
2. Aiger defeated Kyusei Sakura Hirota (12:03) with a Jyukyou.
3. Fresh Fresh Fresh: Misaki Ohata & Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Sawako Shimono & Rina Yamashita & Hiroyo Matsumoto (09:58) when Ohata used a Diving Body Press on Yamashita.
4. DIANA PRESENTS: Kyoko Inoue & Sareee defeated Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda (14:19) when Kyoko used a Niagara Driver on Shimoda.
5. Jumonji Sisters vs Stardom! : Natsuki☆Taiyo & Io Shirai defeated DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko (19:03) when Io used an Arco Iris de Io on Sachiko.
6. KAORU & Takaco Inoue & Ayako Hamada defeated Shinobu Kandori & Meiko Satomura & Toshie Uematsu (20:59) when KAORU used a Moonsault Press on Uematsu.


Chigusa announced that she's starting a new group called Marvelous.  The long term plan is to recruit and train wrestlers and run shows, though it doesn't seem as if Chigusa herself will wrestle on those shows.  When that will start up is unclear at this point, but in the meantime, she'll produce a few more one-off events throughout the country; the next one is planned for 07/06.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-QMW9daXF8

I see KAORU is still nuts.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Rumbleberry on March 26, 2014, 01:30:55 PM
I see Chigusa still brings the screaming fangirls :)

Liked the Nakano cameo, looking good as ever.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dexx on March 26, 2014, 03:57:54 PM
I wonder fi Chigusa will try and poach Kagetsu from Sendai for her Marvelous promotion? Not like Sendai runs that many shows or Kagetsu is doing anything important there anyway.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on March 26, 2014, 11:31:59 PM
I'm way late to this party, but I'm going to disagree with the idea that Kana half-assed the Katsu match because while it's not a great stand-alone match, I think it's effective in the context of the overall narrative.  Katsu lets her emotions get to her after Kana wins the title and again in a press conference leading to the match, but she's clearly in over her head once the match starts.  Kana's kicks are meant to agitate Katsu more than they're meant to hurt her, and she's able to cutoff Katsu's power offense pretty easily and control the match on the ground.  Katsu does catch her off-guard by shifting her strategy to using quick rollups, but when she returns to the power moves, Kana cuts her off again and quickly ends the match.  Given that Kana wrecked Arisa and then subsequently patronized JWP, it seems consistent that she would toy with a lesser JWP wrestler before decisively beating her too. 





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-QMW9daXF8

Good to know this was taped. 






Other stuff happened this week!

Results from osakajoshi-pro.com:

Osaka Joshi Puroresu [MARCH] ~4th Anniversary Tournament~
March 21, 2014
Hirano Kumin Hall
289 fans


1. Policewoman defeated Rina Yamashita (06:13) with a Lariat.
2. Douton Bolshoi defeated Ayaka (06:42) with a Doutonbori Backbreaker.
3. Fairy Nipponbashi Debut 1st Anniversary Match: Kuishinbo Kamen defeated Fairy Nipponbashi (07:09) with a Lariat.
4. Mima Shimoda & Manami Toyota & Yuhi defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii & Hikaru Shida (10:34) when Toyota used a Moonsault on Ranmaru.
5. Misaki Guriko & Nyamber defeated Bentenmusume。& Kana (12:28) when Guriko used a Papico Panapp on Bentenmusume.
6. Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu wrestled Kaori Yoneyama & Kyoko Kimura (12:40) to a Double Ringout.
— Extension: Sawako Shimono & Kagetsu & Rina Yamashita defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Kyoko Kimura & Policewoman (06:08) when Shimono used a Nandeyanen on Policewoman.

The name of Misaki’s finisher made me realize that even though her t-shirt says Guriko, her name is a reference to Glico, the company that makes Pocky.  (-_-)




Results from ddtpro.com/result:

DDT “Judgement2014”
March 21, 2014
Korakuen Hall
1618 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Shigehiro Irie & Aja Kong defeated Danshoku Dieno & Makoto Oishi (07:51) when Irie used a Flying Sausage on Oishi.


Union “March 2014 Union”
March 23, 2014
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol
300 fans (super no vacancy full house)


6. Union Puroresu Fly to Everywhere World Championship: Cherry (c) defeated Mio Shirai (06:17) with a Haruyokoi.
— Cherry is successful in her 3rd defense.




Results from z-1.co.jp/zero1:

Pro Wrestling ZERO1 “Shinkiba Tournament”
March 18, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING


2. Aja Kong defeated Yuhi (12:03) with an Uraken.

Yuhi takes on Meiko Satomura on today's ZERO1 show.




Results from bjw.co.jp:

BJW “Osaka Surprise 14”
March 16, 2014 (17:00)
Higashinari Kumin Center
375 fans (no vacancy)


3. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Hamuko Hoshi (09:17) with a Venus Shoot.

BJW “Hiroshima ‘Wild Enthusiam’ Puroresu”
March 18, 2014 (18:30)
Hiroshima Industrial Hall East Building
285 fans


2. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Risa Sera (09:14) with a Diving Rolling Neckbreaker.

BJW “Yonago Sangyo Taiikukan Tournament”
March 20, 2014 (18:30)
Yonago Sangyo Taiikukan
181 fans


2. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Risa Sera (08:58) with a Venus Shoot.

BJW “Fukuoka・Hakata Star Lane Tournment”
March 21, 2014 (13:00)
Hakata Star Lane
680 fans (no vacancy)


2. WAVE vs Ice Ribbon: Tsukasa Fujimoto & Risa Sera defeated Yumi Ohka & Sumire Natsu (14:54) when Fujimoto used a Venus Shoot on Natsu.

This uploader got Sera and Shida confused, but nevertheless, here's the match.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1ivk8b_hikaru-shida-tsukasa-fujimoto-vs-natsu-sumire-yumi-ohka-bjw_sport

BJW “Kagawa・Takamatsu Symbol Tower Exhibition Hall Tournament”
March 22, 2014 (18:00)
Symbol Tower Exhibition Hall
224 fans


2. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Tsukushi defeated Risa Sera (09:51) with a Denden Mushi.



Results from Yoneyama's blog (ameblo.jp/yone-zou):

YMZ vol.8~Yoneyamado Dinner Puroresu
March 25, 2014 (20:00)
GLAMOROUS ORANGE


1. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Madoka defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Hatsuhinode Kamen (09:47) when Kuragaki used an Argentine Backbreaker on Hatsuhinode.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on March 27, 2014, 01:54:22 AM
The name of Misaki’s finisher made me realize that even though her t-shirt says Guriko, her name is a reference to Glico, the company that makes Pocky.  (-_-)
Lol, finally someone gets this. Can the whole internet now agree to stop calling her "Guriko"?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 27, 2014, 06:05:11 AM
Of course it is Glico, which eminates from Osaka, which is why she does the gimmick in…Osaka. But is is pronounced Guriko. L sound just does not exist.

And not with the English R. Japanese R sounds more like an English D.

Goo-dee-ko.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on March 27, 2014, 01:14:47 PM
Of course it is Glico, which eminates from Osaka, which is why she does the gimmick in…Osaka. But is is pronounced Guriko. L sound just does not exist.

And not with the English R. Japanese R sounds more like an English D.

Goo-dee-ko.
Yes and Command Bolshoi is pronounced Komando Borishoi, but no one writes it that way.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 27, 2014, 03:57:14 PM
Of course it is Glico, which eminates from Osaka, which is why she does the gimmick in…Osaka. But is is pronounced Guriko. L sound just does not exist.

And not with the English R. Japanese R sounds more like an English D.

Goo-dee-ko.
Yes and Command Bolshoi is pronounced Komando Borishoi, but no one writes it that way.

Of course not. I don't write Guriko. It's obviously Misaki Glico. And in your post you asked if everyone can "stop calling her that". You didn't say anything about spelling. But of course at Joshifans everything has to be a major incident, right? Do-ra-ma.

 *umm

And you know where the Guriko spelling came from? Japanese fans.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on March 28, 2014, 05:43:42 AM
http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html (http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 28, 2014, 05:48:02 AM
Yes and Command Bolshoi is pronounced Komando Borishoi, but no one writes it that way.

http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html (http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html)

Even better. But hey, no one writes it that way.  *haha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Yano on March 28, 2014, 02:30:48 PM
Yes and Command Bolshoi is pronounced Komando Borishoi, but no one writes it that way.

http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html (http://osakajoshi-pro.com/misaki.html)

Even better. But hey, no one writes it that way.  *haha
Apart from the site that also has "Feary-Nipponbashi", "Police Woomen" and "DOUTON-BORISHOI". I wouldn't complain if those spellings were used in the results here (and everywhere else) too.

You should know by now not to trust Japanese to romanize their names. Arisa Nakajima thinks there's a "z" in her family name.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: 22nijuni on March 28, 2014, 05:57:35 PM
Yes, shame on me. I've only lived here in japan for 8 years. Maybe I'll learn by 16.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 14, 2014, 09:41:54 AM
Results from ameblo.jp/ringstars (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11822012537.html):

Ishioka Joshi Puroresu Festival
April 13, 2014 (18:00)
Ibaraki・Ishioka Sports Park Gymnasium


1. LLPW Offer Buribato Singles Match: SAKI defeated MIZUKI (09:38) with a Reverse Splash.
2. Aiger defeated Koharu Hinata (08:32) with a Chou.
3. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Kurumi & Risa Sera defeated Tsukushi & Maki Narumiya (12:40) when Kurumi used a Diving Body Press on Tsukushi.
4. Jaguar Yokota & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Kaho Kobayashi (14:02) when Jaguar used a Piledriver on Kobayashi.
5. Dump Matsumoto & KAORU defeated Tomoko Watanabe & Sareee (10:40) when KAORU used a Moonsault Press on Sareee.


Results from tokyojyoshipro.net (http://www.tokyojyoshipro.net/archives/1153.html):

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Kawasaki First Advance!”
April 05, 2014
Lazona Kawasaki Plaza Sol
223 fans (no vacancy)


1. KANNA defeated Erin (04:24) via referee stoppage with a Boston Crab.
2. 3WAY Match: Chikage Kiba defeated Syoko Nakajima and Kendo Ririko (05:04) when she used a Leg Roll Clutch on Nakajima.
3. Saki Akai defeated Yuka Sakazaki (05:03) with a Big Boot.
4. Nonoko defeated Miyuu Yamashita (06:08) via referee stoppage with a Dragon Sleepai.


Results from ddtpro.com (http://www.ddtpro.com/ganpro/8746/):

Ganbare☆Puroresu 2nd Hataage-sen
April 06, 2014
Kitazawa Town Hall
200 fans (super no vacancy)


4. Ganbare☆Puroresu vs Union Puroresu Total Opposition Battle ~Judo Jacket Match~: Cherry defeated Gouriki Hagane (07:20) with a Sliding Collar Choke.
5. You’ve Got Mail ! ! : Miyako Matsumoto defeated Tigers Mask (14:48) with a Mamma Mia Z.


- Match #4 was described as too gruesome and dangerous to show in front of the public, so it was scheduled to be shown live from a different venue.  However, since other venues declined to show it, it was shown on delay at the DDT tech office instead… 

I look forward to the limited edition Betamax comp of that match and Pat Patterson's IC title victory.


also from ddtpro.com (http://www.ddtpro.com/ddtpro/8854/):

DDT Puroresu “The Road to Saitama Super Arena 2”
April 12, 2014
Saitama・Kasukabe Fureai Cube
350 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Emi Sakura defeated Saki Akai (07:47) with La Magistral.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on April 16, 2014, 04:19:52 PM
Joshi results from this past weekend's Shimmer tapings -

4/11/2014  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 63"
***   Saraya Knight over Tomoka Nakagawa
***   Yumi Ohka over Athena
***   Ray & Leon over Nicole Matthews & Portia Perez
***   Mia Yim over Hikaru Shida
***   LuFisto & Kana over Cheerleader Melissa & Mercedes Martinez


4/11/2014  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 64"
***   Kana over Thunderkitty
***   Hikaru Shida over Kimber Lee
***   Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Ray & Leon to retain the Shimmer tag title
***   Cheerleader Melissa over Yumi Ohka to retain the Shimmer title

4/12/2014  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 65"
***   Kana over Nikki Storm
***   Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Rhia O'Reilly & Saraya Knight to retain the Shimmer tag title
***   Yumi Ohka over LuFisto
***   Leon & Ray over Cherry Bomb & Kimber Lee
***   Mercedes Martinez over Hikaru Shida


4/12/2014  -  Berwyn Eagles, Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 66"
***   Kay Lee Ray over Nevaeh, Leon and Kimber Lee in a four-corners match
***   Yumi Ohka over Melanie Cruz
***   Kana over Cherry Bomb
***   Mia Yim over Ray
***   Hikaru Shida over Athena
***   Kellie Skater & Tomoka Nakagawa over Mercedes Martinez & Cheerleader Melissa to retain the Shimmer tag title
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 16, 2014, 08:50:23 PM
Joshi results from this past weekend's Shimmer tapings -

...

Any matches or wrestlers stand out to you over the weekend?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on April 17, 2014, 12:25:17 AM
Quote
Any matches or wrestlers stand out to you over the weekend?

As in - other than Joshi talent?

Nikki Storm, for sure.  This woman is fantastic.  Not only can she work, she has got to be the BEST promo Shimmer has.  Saraya, obviously.  She is "perfect" in the ring, there nothing wrong with her, and I'm seriously crushing on her.

Also, really getting into Jessicka Havok.  Was trying to describe her to a friend of mine who hasn't seen her before, and best I could tell him is to me she's an "American Bull Nakano".  (I'm expecting all the purists now to flame me with "she's nowhere near as good as Bull!!!"  Not saying she is, just describing who she reminds me off).

Saw a little bit of Angie Skye.  I like her look, I think she'd be really good if she went to train at the Diana or Ice dojos.

Got to see Evie for the first time.  Holy crap, that three corner running kick is vicious!

And even though she wasn't used much, I really like Melanie Cruz.  I think her or Havok could be MONSTER heels in Japan.

There were SO many good matches on these sets of tapings, I think they blew away this past October's.

Stand out matches  - 
***   Mia Yim vs. Shida (vol. 63)
***   Cruz vs. Kay Lee Ray vs. Storm (vol. 64)
***   Tomoka & Skater vs. Ray & Leon (vol. 64, and for me, personally, maybe MOTY)
***   Heidi Lovelace, Evie & Courtney Rush vs. Havok, Nicole Matthews & Portia Perez (vol. 65)
***   Kana vs. Storm  (vol. 65)
***   Ohka vs. LuFisto  (vol. 65)
***   LuFisto vs. Saraya Knight (vol. 66)
***   Shida vs. Athena  (vol. 66)


Also, although not part of Shimmer or Joshi - Saraya vs. Arik Cannon from the Friday night AAW show is brutal as all hell!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 17, 2014, 05:38:17 AM
I heard great things about Melissa vs Oka and I really wanna see MelissaMercedes vs Lukana so bad.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: King of Joshi on April 17, 2014, 08:27:41 AM
Photos from SHIMMER, hope there's not too many of young people: http://www.dirtydirtysheets.com/2014/04/17/shimmer-volume-63-64-gallery/

(http://i.imgur.com/l8C6GxNl.jpg)

Jess please come to Japan.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on April 17, 2014, 02:58:19 PM
Ohka - Melissa was good, but I feel it was hurt by following that awesome tag match.  (Also I got to see Yumi in Black Dahlia gear in person, so that was a +).
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 17, 2014, 09:25:58 PM

As in - other than Joshi talent?

Nikki Storm, for sure.  This woman is fantastic.  Not only can she work, she has got to be the BEST promo Shimmer has.  Saraya, obviously.  She is "perfect" in the ring, there nothing wrong with her, and I'm seriously crushing on her.

Also, really getting into Jessicka Havok.  Was trying to describe her to a friend of mine who hasn't seen her before, and best I could tell him is to me she's an "American Bull Nakano".  (I'm expecting all the purists now to flame me with "she's nowhere near as good as Bull!!!"  Not saying she is, just describing who she reminds me off).

...

Yeah, Nikki Storm rules.  She's so delusional and obnoxious... it's fantastic.  Charisma for days too.  I kind of wish Storm vs Thunderkitty from 62 would have happened in Berwyn because New Orleans was hating on Thunderkitty, and I think it hurt the match a bit.

Havok is so rad.  Cool look, beats motherfuckers up, carries herself like a boss... I mean, what more can you possibly want from a pro wrestler, really?

Saying they blew away October is high praise... I recently watched 58 and thought it was one of the best top-to-bottom SHIMMER shows in quite a long time. 

Photos from SHIMMER, hope there's not too many of young people: http://www.dirtydirtysheets.com/2014/04/17/shimmer-volume-63-64-gallery/

[Jessicka Fucking Havok.jpg]

Seriously, such a boss.  Nice set.




I'm not doing to directly link dude's photo, but I've gotta give a shout to gcwphotoguy's post on the SHIMMER board too.  There's a pic of Kana with Nikki Storm in a hammerlock, and the top of Kana's face is just peeking out past Nikki's shoulder.  She looks so sadistic there.  Great photo.

http://shimmerwomen.proboards.com/thread/4829/shimmer-volume-fan-photo-thread
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on April 21, 2014, 05:01:14 AM
Hotta is producing a show, sort of a countdown to her 30th anniversary next year. (AJW class of '85--same year as Hokuto).

YUMIKO HOTTA PRODUCE May 5, 2014
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kagetsu vs Manami Katsu
2. Sachie Abe & Ray vs Dump Matsumoto & ZAP T
3. Manami Toyota vs Sareee
4. Yumiko Hotta & Arisa Nakajima vs Nanae Takahashi & Shuri

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 21, 2014, 11:35:08 PM
That main event thouh  *whee
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on April 29, 2014, 08:03:30 PM
I haven't noticed any results for the final Triple Tails.S show yet. :/


Results from ddtpro.com (http://www.ddtpro.com/ddtpro/9029/):

DDT Road to Ryogoku in KUMAMOTO
April 18, 2014
Kumamoto Ryutsu Jyoho Kaikan
327 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Cherry defeated Michael Nakazawa (08:21) with a Fantasy Illusion.


Results from ddtpro.com/union (http://www.ddtpro.com/union/9194/):

Union Puroresu “Golden Union in Yokohama”
April 27, 2014
Yokohama Radiant Hall
288 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Seiya Morohashi & Ladybeard defeated Mio Shirai & SAGAT (09:41) when Ladybeard used a Nutcracker on SAGAT.
4. Ken Ohka defeated Cherry (06:55) with a Spear.


Results from tokyojyoshipro.net (http://www.tokyojyoshipro.net/archives/1236.html):

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.4”
April 26, 2014
Oji・BASEMENT MON☆STAR
90 fans


1. Miyuu Yamashita defeated Erin (05:17) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.
2. KANNA defeated Kendo Ririko (05:40) with a Boston Crab.
3. Nonoko & Yuka Sakazaki defeated Chikage Kiba & Syoko Nakajima (09:45) when Nonoko used a Pai Fly Flow on Nakajima.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on April 30, 2014, 03:02:19 AM
They announced a second show with haruyama and mio vs kana and arisa. If haruyamas motivated thats an easy motyc
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on May 04, 2014, 05:45:47 AM
Kana Produce "ProMania: Reach", 16.06.2014 (18:30)
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo

1. Kanjuro Matsuyama & Shu Shibutani vs. Kikutaro & Hamuko Hoshi
2. Meiko Satomura & Minuro Suzuki vs. Kana & Naomichi Marufuji

First Card. The Main Event will be great!
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 04, 2014, 11:49:22 AM
I haven't found results for the final Triple Tale.S show in Osaka, but here are more for a few Kana-related cards.

From http://kana-kana.jp/ and http://ameblo.jp/ringstars  I'm unsure on a few translations.

Triple Tales.S "Final Tokyo" May 15, 2014
Tokyo Shinjuku FACE


1. Kana & Kanjyuro Matsuyama vs ? & Sakura Hirota (I think ? is the former Ebessan III)
2. Mio Shirai & HAYATA vs ? & Tadashi Sano (? is Diamond something, I think)
3. 3 WAY Match: Isami Kodaka vs Madoka vs Onryo
4. Jun Kasai, Yutaka Miyamoto, & Misaki Ohata vs Shigehiro Irie, Mihara Kazuaki, & Sawako Shimono
5. Kana & Arisa Nakajima vs Mio Shirai & Kayoko Haruyama


KANA PRO "ProMania:Reach" June 16, 2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall


1. Arisa Nakajima vs Hikaru Shida
2. Yoshiaki Fujiwara & X vs Great Kojika & X
3. Kanjyuro Matsuyama & Shu Shibutani vs Kikutaro & Hamuko Hoshi
4. Kana & Naomichi Marufuji vs Meiko Satomura & Minoru Suzuki
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sabrina the Teenage Cracker on May 04, 2014, 02:05:29 PM
Shida vs arisa yasssss at korakuen hall slayy mama
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Suben on May 04, 2014, 04:29:43 PM
I'm down for both of those comedy matches. Matsuyama was my favorite of Osaka Pro's comedy guys so him and Hirota in the same match should be great. Helps that he has my favorite thing in pro wrestling: fat guy agility.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 13, 2014, 09:31:39 AM
I never got the card up, but Ray had a show, where all the women wore masks.   A few of the translated names & moves might be not 100% right.  Results from http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11848793028.html (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11848793028.html)

Also results from another independent show.

RAY PRODUCE May 12, 2014
Tokyo Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


1. Ray Jr. Debut: Ray Jr. defeated Tiger Cat (5:15).
2. Nishiguchi Puroresu Offer Match: Small Giant Baba defeated Fake Stan Hansen (8:55) with a Running Neckbreaker.
3. 3 WAY Match: Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru defeated Fairy Nipponbashi & Sakura Candle (Yumi Ohka) (9:36) with a Schoolboy on Nipponbashi.
4. Hika*Rushi-da (Hikaru Shida) defeated Mil Sakurakas (Sakura Hirota) (11:51) with a Leg Split of the Soul.
5. Dara (KAORU), Tiger Leon (Leon), & Masked TSUKKA (Tsukasa Fujimoto) defeaed Ray Misterico (Ray), Crazy Sunshine (Natsuki*Taiyo), & Masked A GO (Tomoka Nakagawa) (20:00) when Tiger Leon used a Jackknife Hold on Ray Misterico.
6. Bonus Match: Ray vs Natsuki*Taiyo (3:00) went to a time limit draw.

Furukawa Joshi Puroresu Festival May 11, 2014
Ibaraki Koga Gymnasium
? Fans


1. Manami Toyota defeated Aki Shizuku (12:03) with a Moonsault Press.
2. Makoto defeated Koharu Hinata (10:14) with a Double Wrist Suplex Hold.
3. Yumiko Hotta defeated Kaho Kobayashi (8:11) with a Pyramid Driver.
4. Eiger & MIZUKI defeated Takako Inoue & SAKI (12:27) when Eiger used a Lariat on SAKI.
5. Dump Matsumoto & KAORU defeated Tomoko Watanabe & Ray (14:07) when KAORU used a Valkyrie Splash on Ray.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on May 25, 2014, 03:23:57 AM
Some assorted results for May...


from ddtpro.com (ganpuro (http://www.ddtpro.com/ganpro/9422/) // union 1 (http://www.ddtpro.com/%E6%9C%AA%E5%88%86%E9%A1%9E/9546/) 2 (http://www.ddtpro.com/union/10020/) // ddt (http://www.ddtpro.com/ddtpro/9974/))

Ganbare☆Puroresu ~2nd Season~ vol.2
May 01, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
188 fans (super no vacancy)


4. Ganbare☆Kakutogi Open Tournament First Round: Aki Shizuku defeated Gouriki Hagane (06:38) via KO with a Backdrop.
8. Ganbare☆Kakutogi Open Tournament Semifinal: Tatsuhito Takaiwa defeated Aki Shizuku (08:51) with a Cross Armbreaker.


Union Pro Wrestling “Golden Union in Sendai”
May 04, 2014
Miyagi・El Park Sendai
203 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Cherry & Hatsuhinode Kamen (11:54) when Fujimoto used a Venus Shoot on Hatsuhinode.


DDT Pro Wrestling “The Road to Saitama Super Arena 3”
May 17, 2014
Saitama・Kasukabe Fureai Cube
350 fans (super no vacancy full house)


4. Oscar Promotion Saki Akai Latest Image DVD ‘Beautiful Day’ Infomercial Match: Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi & Saki Aki defeated Makoto Oishi & Michael Nakazawa & DJ Nira (12:13) when Akai used a Hazukashigatame on Nakazawa.
6. 3WAY Match: Danshoku Dieno vs Shigehiro Irie vs Aja Kong (06:07) went to a no contest.


Union Pro Wrestling “Golden Union 2014”
May 18, 2014
Korakuen Hall
778 fans


1. Mio Shirai & Daichi Kazato & Tomoya Kawamura defeated SAGAT & Madoka & Kaori Yoneyama (07:50) when Kazato used an Ana Cutter on SAGAT.
4. Ladybeard & Saki Akai defeated Cherry & Danshoku Dieno (08:02) when Ladybear used a Nutcracker on Cherry.


I had to cobble the Hotta show results together from a few different places (Kagetsu's blog (http://sendaigirls.jp/blog/blog.php?userid=5), nikkansports.com, twitter.com/W_W_W_D)

Yumiko Hotta Independent Box Office ~30th Anniversary~
May 05, 2014
Itabashi Green Hall


1. Kagetsu wrestled Manami Katsu (15:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Dump Matsumoto & ZAP-T defeated Ray & Sachie Abe (11:08) when Dump used a Body Press on Abe.
3. Manami Toyota defeated Sareee (16:57) with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex.
4. Nanae Takahashi & Syuri defeated Yumiko Hotta & Arisa Nakajima (19:03) when Takahashi used a Lariat on Hotta.


from pw-freedoms.co.jp (http://pw-freedoms.co.jp/event_detail.php?id=247):

Pro Wrestling FREEDOMS
May 06, 2014 (17:00)
Yokohama Radiant Hall
210 fans


4. KFC Tag Championship: Great Kojika & The Winger (c) defeated Mio Shirai & Miyako Matsumoto (12:51) when The Winger used La Magistral on Matsumoto.
— Kojika & The Winger are successful in their 3rd defense.


from osakajoshi-pro.com (http://osakajoshi-pro.com/battle/20140506/index.html):

Osaka Joshi Puroresu ~May~
May 06, 2014
Osaka Nishi Kumin Center
183 fans


1. Nyamber & Mika Iida defeated Policewoman & Sumire Natsu (13:46) when Iida used a Ground Octopus Hold on Natsu.
2. Doutonborishoi defeated Bentenmusume。(08:30) with a Heel Hold.
3. DASH Chisako defeated Rina Yamashita (08:12) with a Hormone Splash.
4. Hibiscus Mii & Kana defeated Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Misaki Guriko (08:28) when Mii used an Axe bomber on Ranmaru.
5. KAORU defeated Fairy Nipponbashi (10:30) with a Valkyrie Splash.
6. Sawako Shimono & Hikaru Shida defeated Kagetsu & Manami Katsu (16:21) when Shimono used an Ebisu Otoshi on Katsu.


Had to rely on a couple of fan postings for the .S show (1 (http://ameblo.jp/koushin-mutsumi/entry-11825430184.html) 2 (http://iga23.iga-log.com/%E5%A5%B3%E5%AD%90%E3%83%97%E3%83%AD%E3%83%AC%E3%82%B9/20140516))

Triple Tails.S Final Tokyo Tournament
May 15, 2014
Shinjuku FACE
270 fans


1. Ossan & Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated Kana & Kanjyuro Matsuyama (16:31) when Hirota used a Furafuradon on Matsuyama.
2. Mio Shirai & HAYATA defeated Diamond☆Heijitsu (or Hirabi?) & Naoshi Sano (10:43) when Shirai pinned Diamond.
3. Over the Top Rope 3WAY Match: Isami Kodaka defeated Madoka (12:33) via OTR.
— Onryo was the other participant.
4. Jun Kasai & Yuko Miyamoto & Misaki Ohata defeated Shigehiro Irie & Kazuaki Mihara & Sawako Shimono (16:15) when Ohata used a Blue Dahlia on Shimono.
5. Kana & Arisa Nakajima defeated Mio Shirai & Kayoko Haruyama (21:45) when Kana used an Armbreaker on Haruyama.



from ameblo.jp/ringstars (http://ameblo.jp/ringstars/entry-11860320158.html):

Kirakira Taiyo Project First Anniversary “Hana no Ran”
May 24, 2014 (13:30)
Kanagawa・Yokohama Nigiwai-za
118 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Rabbit Miu defeated Koharu Hinata (08:05) with a Diving Body Press.
2. Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated Hatsuhinode Kamen (08:33) with a Schoolboy.
3. Cherry defeated Alex Lee (06:54) with a Haruyokoi.
4. Hikaru Shida & Kaho Kobayashi defeated Yuiga & Yako Fujigasaki (16:21) when Shida used a Brainbuster on Fujigasaki.
5. Aki Shizuku & Sawako Shimono defeated Arisa Nakajima & Miyako Matsumoto (12:34) when Shizuku used a Death Valley Bomb on Matsumoto.



from battle-news.com (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140524-1):

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.5”
May 24, 2014 (13:00)
Oji・BASEMENT MON☆STAR
90 fans


1. Syoko Nakajima defeated Erin (07:41) with a Northern Lights Suplex Hold.
2. Miyuu Yamashita & KANNA defeated Yuka Sakazaki & Kendo Ririko (10:05) when KANNA used a Boston Crab on Sakazaki.
3. Chikage Kiba defeated Nonoko (07:57) with an Oklahoma Roll.



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on May 25, 2014, 04:22:55 AM
Thanks for your hard work.  I remember when I was motivated enough to do this level of results reporting.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 08, 2014, 05:19:28 PM
^ Thanks.


More various results with a big Hiroyo win and 2 Micro matches~~

from Keizo Matsuda's blog (http://blog.livedoor.jp/kezorock/archives/52171681.html):

Keizo Matsuda Produce “Pro Wrestling Do”
May 25, 2014 (17:30)
Yokohama Radiant Hall


2. Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated Hatsuhinode Kamen (08:49) with a Furafuradon.
4. Tomoko Watanabe defeated Dump Matsumoto (04:11) with a Small Package Hold.

He posted a photo of the results handwritten on a whiteboard, so I hope I got all the joshi-related stuff.


from Mr. Gannosuke's blog (http://blog.livedoor.jp/mr_gannosuke/archives/54838760.html):

Mr. Gannosuke Produce Box Office “Fierce God Way Returns 16”
May 26, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
233 fans (no vacancy)


2. Hikaru Shida defeated Micro (06:11) with a Falcon Arrow.



from ddtpro.com:

DDT Pro Wrestling “Danshoku Makiba classic Kokai Shuroku Sayonara Guanchulo”
May 20, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
211 fans (no vacancy)


2. Antonio Honda & Sayaka Obihiro defeated Tetsuya Endo & Shunma Katsumata (11:22) when Honda used a Diving Fist Drop on Katsumata.


DDT Pro Wrestling “Antonio Honda Promoted Box Office~Dekigokoro~”
June 01, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
427 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. HARASHIMA & Riho & DJ Nira defeated Yuji Hino & Emi Sakura & Great Kojika (12:12) when Riho used a Somato on Sakura.
5. SUPPON Grand Prix 2014: Sayaka Obihiro (1pt) vs Kikutaro (0pt) vs Daisuke Kiso (0pt) vs Super Sasadango Machine (2pt) vs Soma Takao (0pt) vs Amon Tsurumi (2pt) (20:00) went to a draw.
— Sudden Death: Super Sasadango Machine defeated Amon Tsurumi.

The SUPPON Grand Prix wasn’t a match, but rather a trivia competition of some sort.

Union “Cherry 10th Anniversary Box Office”
June 01, 2014
Shinkiba 1st RING
349 fans (super no vacancy)


1. Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto defeated Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa (12:39) when Miyamoto used a Fire Thunder on Kimura.
2. Jun Kasai & Sachie Abe defeated Takashi Sasaki & Meari Naito (11:01) when Abe used a Pearl Harbor Splash on Naito.
3. Danshoku Dieno & Daichi Kakimoto defeated Tanomusaku Toba & Masa Takanashi (13:18) when Dieno used a Danshoku Driver on Toba.
4. Kana defeated Shu Shibutani (08:29) with a Samson Clutch.
— Special Rules: All counts during the match (falls, foul 5 counts, down 10 counts, counting outside the ring) were added, and the match ended when the total count reached 100.
5. Shigeko Deluxe & KEIKO & Somako Takao defeated Jaiko Ishikawa & Haruko Morohashi & SAGACO (09:47) when Shigeko used a Flying Sausage on SAGACO.
6. Aja Kong defeated Cherry (14:18) with an Uraken.


DDTxBiS Ishu Taiban Rojou Live Pro Wrestling
June 05, 2014
Asakusa Hanayashiki
370 fans (super no vacancy full house)


1. Captain’s Fall Anywhere Batsu Game or LIVE 8-person Tag Deathmatch: Jun Kasai (c) & Hiroshi Fukuda & Emi Sakura & DJ Nira defeated Sanshiro Takagi (c) & Danshoku Dieno & Makoto Oishi & Michael Nakazawa.
- Takagi beat Fukuda (00:12) with a Stunner.
- Sakura beat Michael (05:12) with a Hazukashigatamerare.
- Oishi beat Fukuda (08:44) with a Schoolboy.
- Kasai beat Michael (10:40) with a Diving Body Press through a table.
- Michael beat Fukuda (12:24) with an Ultimate Venom Arm.
- Fukuda defeated Takagi (26:40) with a Perfectplex.

DDT Pro Wrestling “The Road to Saitama Super Arena 4”
June 08, 2014
Saitama・Sangyo Gijutsu Sogo Center
279 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Danshoku Dieno & Hamuko Hoshi defeated Saki Akai & Kazuki Hirata (11:27) when Hamuko used a Diving Body Press on Hirata.




from battle-news.com (666 (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140606-3) / Yuiga (http://battle-news.com/index.php?QBlog-20140607-3) / FortuneDream (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140608-3))

666 vol.58 666 & Shinjuku Ni-chome Puroresu ~Shinobu 10th Anniversary Tournament~
June 06, 2014 (19:30)
Shinkiba 1st RING
666 fans (super no vacancy full house)


5. The Crazy SKB World Tour Season 2: The Crazy SKB & Kana & Jun Kasai & Kojiki & Senpai defeated Freddy Mercury & Matsuko Deluxe & Boy George & Chris Hart & Akihiro Miwa (10:46) when SKB used Bakuchiku Phowa on Miwa.
8. Bonus Track All Athlete Participation Pants Battle Royale: Kana defeated Atsushi Ohashi (05:33) with a Sliding Hip Attack.


Yuiga Independent Box Office ~IGF Indy Girls Fighting~
June 07, 2014 (13:00)
Tokyo・Oji Shogekijo
73 fans


1. Haruka Kato defeated Space Pink (06:54) with a Cross Armbreaker.
2. Kyusei Sakura Hirota defeated SAKURA (10:29) when Hirota used a Schoolboy on SAKURA.
3. Micro & Vixsin defeated Yuko Miyamoto & choco (10:51) when Micro used a Diving Footstomp on choco.
4. Yuiga wrestled Aki Shizuku (15:00) to a time limit draw.

Miyamoto was dressed as a woman here.  宮本裕向 / Miyamoto Yūkō —> 宮本裕子 / Miyamoto Yūko


Kenta Kobashi Produce Box Office “Fortune Dream 1”
June 08, 2014 (18:00)
Korakuen Hall
1500 fans


2. Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Meiko Satomura (11:49) with a Senkai-style Ligerbomb.






Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on June 08, 2014, 08:22:02 PM
Is that Hiroyo's biggest victory yet?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: YuhaiPH on June 16, 2014, 10:42:57 AM
Here are the results from the latest Kana Pro show :

Kana Produce “KanaProMania: REACH”, 6/16/2014 [Mon] 18:30 
Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
1,203 Spectators

Note: I will only post matches involving joshi wrestlers since this is a joshi fansite.

1. Kanjuro Matsuyama & Shu Shibutani defeated Kikutaro and Hamuko Hoshi in 8:23 when Shu used the Diving Body Press on Kikutaro. Kinda embarrassing for Kikutaro 
3. Arisa Nakajima vs. Hikaru Shida ended  in a 15 minute time limit draw. Arisa may have a potential challenger for her title should she defeat DASH Chisako.
7. Minoru Suzuki and Meiko Satomura defeated Naomichi Marufuji and Kana in 23:18 when Suzuki used the Gotch-Style Piledriver on Kana. That's right, Suzuki finished off Kana with his dreaded finisher. I could be possibly wrong. 
*haha

Results from the Puroresu Spirit Facebook site, although it mainly covers Puroresu matches. And by the way, I don't mind if some adds additional info on this event, I would greatly appreciate it. *approve
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on June 28, 2014, 06:45:06 PM
Assorted June stuff~

from w-1.co.jp (http://www.w-1.co.jp/schedule/tour.php?id=1476#card):

WRESTLE-1 Takasaki Social Welfare Charity Tournament
June 08, 2014
Gunma・New Sunpia Takasaki
1000 fans (no vacancy)


2. Gatoh Move Offer Match: Emi Sakura defeated「Kotori」(07:27) with a Yokokaiten Ebigatame.


from blog.livedoor.jp/secretbase2009 (http://blog.livedoor.jp/secretbase2009/archives/52391532.html):

SECRET BASE Pro Wrestling Nishichofu Kakutogi Arena Tournament
June 01, 2014
Nishichofu Kakutogi Arena
88 fans


2. Felisto & Aoi Ishibashi defeated Uchu Ginga Senshi Andros & Ami Kanda (15:40) when Ishibashi used a Fisherman’s Suplex Hold on Andros.


from tokyojyoshipro.net (4 (http://www.tokyojyoshipro.net/archives/1441.html), 22 (http://www.tokyojyoshipro.net/archives/1538.html))

Tokyo Joshi Puroresu SHIBUYA Entertainment☆Fight #3
June 04, 2014
Shibuya DESEO
50 fans


0. Exhibition Match: Syoko Nakajima defeated Akane Miura (02:22) with a Flying Body Attack.
1. KANNA wrestled Yuka Sakazaki (03:00) to a time limit draw.
2. Miyuu Yamashita wrestled Erin (03:00) to a time limit draw.
3. Chikage Kiba defeated Nonoko (01:51) with an Oklahoma Roll.


Tokyo Joshi Puroresu “Tokyo Circuit 2014 Round.6”
June 22, 2014
Oji・BASEMENT MON☆STAR
120 fans (super no vacancy)


1. 3WAY Match: Nonoko defeated Syoko Nakajima and Chikage Kiba (06:08) when she used a K’s Press on Nakajima.
2. Tokyo Princess Cup First Round: Yuka Sakazaki defeated KANNA (04:30) with a Backslide.
3. Tokyo Princess Cup First Round: Miyuu Yamashita defeated Erin (04:37) with a Crash Rabbit Heat.



from ameblo.jp/heatuppw (http://ameblo.jp/heatuppw/entry-11881008897.html):

HEAT-UP Shinyurigaoka Tournament
June 18, 2014 (19:00)
Kanagawa・Shinyurigaoka 21 Hall
369 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. GIRL♥︎HEAT-UP! ~Gatoh Move Offer Match~ : Riho & Sayaka Obihiro defeated Sakura Emi &「Kotori」(12:02) when Riho used a Somato on「Kotori」.


from ddtpro.com (http://www.ddtpro.com/union/11175/):

Union Pro Wrestling Ame ni mo Makezu Union2014
June 19, 2014
Shinjuku Ushigome Tansu Kumin Hall
287 fans (super no vacancy)


2. Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Kaori Yoneyama & Sareee (07:39) when Shirai used a Tsuchigumo on Sareee.
6. Union Pro Wrestling Fly to Everywhere World Championship: Ladybeard defeated Cherry (c) (06:19) with a Nutcracker.
— Cherry fails in her 4th defense; Ladybeard becomes the 3rd FTE Champion.



from bjw.co.jp (matsuedandan (http://www.bjw.co.jp/event_detail.php?id=536), bjw (http://www.bjw.co.jp/event_detail.php?id=476)):

Matsue Dandan Puroresu Produce 2nd Okuizumo Puroresu Festa
June 14, 2014 (18:00)
Shimane・Okuizumo Chouritsu Choumin Taiikukan
350 fans (super no vacancy full house)


2. Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Maki Narumiya & Risa Sera defeated Hamuko Hoshi & Neko Nitta (13:18) when Sera used a Diving Double Knee Drop on Hamuko.


BJW Hiroshima “Dai” Nekkyou Puroresu
June 15, 2014 (16:00)
Hiroshima Sangyo Kaikan・East Building
650 fans (super no vacancy)


3. Mixed 6-Person Tag Match: Takumi Tsukamoto & Command Bolshoi & Arisa Nakajima defeated Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga & Hamuko Hoshi (10:49) when Bolshoi used a Shoutei on Hamuko.



from battle-news.com (http://battle-news.com/fight/index.php?QBlog-20140618-1):

Kodo Fuyuki 13th Death Anniversary Memorial~Kintaro Kanemura “Niconico”25th Anniversary Tournament
June 18, 2014 (18:30)
Korakuen Hall


2. WAVE Offer Match: Kana & Shu Shibutani defeated Misaki Ohata & Sumire Natsu (08:41) when Kana used an Udegatame on Natsu.
3. Super Handicap Match: KENSO & Arashi defeated Naoshi Sano & Buffalo & Yuki Sato & HARU。& Southern Cross (05:58) when KENSO used a Diving Elbow Drop on Sano.
5. JWP Offer Match: Command Bolshoi & Kyoko Kimura defeated Kayoko Haruyama & Yua Hayashi (07:26) when Bolshoi used a Limelight on Haruyama.
6. OZ Academy Offer Match: Dynamite Kansai & AKINO defeated Mayumi Ozaki & Yumi Ohka (13:08) when Kansai used a Splash Mountain on Ozaki.
8. Kodo Fuyuki Memorial Match: Shinjukuzame & Sanshiro Takagi & Onryo defeated Kyoko Inoue & Yasu Urano & Kikutaro (08:05) when Takagi used La Magistral on Kikutaro.



from a fan's report (http://ameblo.jp/asagi67/entry-11878316685.html):

World Pro-Wrestling Association #4
June 15, 2014 (17:30)
Tokyo・Nishichofu Kakutogi Arena


1. Muteki Idol! Muteki Doll☆Offer Match: Mai Ichii defeated Sakura Tsubaki.
2. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Hatsuhinode Kamen defeated Ami Kanda & La Malcriada.
3. Tomoaki Honma defeated Konaka=Pale One.
4. AKUBI defeated Aoi Ishibashi.
5. Miss Mongol Hardcore 4th Round - Girls Size TLC Rules: Miss Mongol & Tomoaki Honma defeated Motherface & Mototsugu Shimizu.



from tprowrestling.com & battle-news.com (tamaluchas (http://tprowrestling.com/?p=1904), minikacho (http://battle-news.com/index.php?QBlog-20140623-1)):

Theater Pro Wrestling Tokyo Tama Luchas Oji Shogekijo Tournament
June 08, 2014
Oji Shogekijo
82 fans


3. Mixed Match: Hikaru Sato defeated Yuiga (12:07) with a Cross Armbreaker.


Theater Pro Wrestling Tokyo Kachofugetsu “Minikacho.1”
June 21, 2014 (14:30)
Tokyo・Nankai Kinen Shinryosho
27 fans


4. Manami Katsu Final Ichigaya! : Manami Katsu wrestled Rabbit Miu (15:00) to a time limit draw.



from rd-pw.com (21 (http://rd-pw.com/2014/06/140621result/), 22 (http://rd-pw.com/2014/06/140622result/)):

Ryukyu Dragon Pro Wrestling
June 21, 2014 (19:00)
Kadena Arena


3. Sawako Shimono & Masamune & Churaumi Saver defeated Gurukunmask & Hibiscus Mii & Super Mantaro (21:34) when Saver used a Firebird Splash on Mantaro.

Ryukyu Dragon Pro Wrestling
June 22, 2014 (14:00)
Kadena Arena


2. Hibiscus Mii & RYUKYU-DOG Dingo defeated Sawako Shimono & Tida Heat (15:08) when Dingo used a Backslide on Tida.


from k-dojo.co.jp (http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/index.html):

KAIENTAI DOJO CLUB-K 3000
June 07, 2014 (18:30)
Chiba・Blue Field
51 fans


2. 3WAY Match: Kaji Tomato defeated Ryuichi Sekine and Bambi (10:20) when he used a Spider Lock on Bambi.

KAIENTAI DOJO CLUB-K 3000
June 14, 2014 (18:30)
Chiba・Blue Field
50 fans


2. 3WAY Match: Saburo Inematsu defeated Yuki Sato and Bambi (05:15) when he used a Schoolboy on Bambi.

KAIENTAI DOJO CLUB-K TOUR in KITASENJU
June 15, 2014 (12:00)
Tokyo・Theatre 1010
81 fans


2. Bambi defeated Ryuichi Sekine (08:11) when she made him eat a hamburger.
— Bambi was allowed to use her whip in this match.

KAIENTAI DOJO Chiba Hakkenden in Kamagaya Stadium
June 17, 2014
Chiba・Kamagaya Stadium


2. Saburo Inematsu & Ryuichi Sekine (w/ DJ Chas) vs Ricky Fuji & Bambi (w/ Choki-chan) (06:12) went to a no contest when the seconds interfered.

KAIENTAI DOJO CLUB-K TOUR in AOMORI
June 28, 2014 (18:30)
Aomori Hamanasu Kaikan
153 fans


3. Mika Iida defeated Bambi (07:23) with a Jikiden Gannosuke Clutch.

Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on June 29, 2014, 02:17:37 AM
How did you get the WPA Results found?

Hokuto Pro had Shows with Tsukka in June :D
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 02, 2014, 07:26:42 AM
Here are cards for three shows that Chigusa Nagayo is producing this month.

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE "THAT'S WOMEN'S WRESTLING ~ KAORU Return Road" July 6, 2014
Shizuoka Act City Hamamatsu Exhibition Event Hall


1. Mima Shimoda vs Kaho Kobayashi
2. Kaoru Ito vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Tomoko Watanabe & Ray vs Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta
4. Sendai Girls Alumni Showdown: Meiko Satomura vs DASH Chisako
5. KAORU & Takako Inoue vs Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE July 20, 2014
Wakayama Arita River Municipal Gymnasium


1. Ray & Rina Yamashita vs Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Fairy Nipponbasi
2. Dotonbori Pro Offer Match: La Pete & HAYATA vs Sorakiba & Zonbisuto (???)
3. Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue vs Yumiko Hotta & Ariya
4. Dump Matsumoto & ZAP I vs DASH Chisako & Sareee
5. KAORU & Ayako Hamada vs Meiko Satomura & Yuu Yamagata

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE July 21, 2014
Osaka Bodymaker Colosseum


1. Ray vs Ariya
2. Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru vs Rina Yamashita
3. Sareee vs Fairy Nipponbashi
4. Dump Matsumoto, Yumiko Hotta, & ZAP I vs Meiko Satomura, Ayako Hamada, & Yuu Yamagata
5. KAORU, Mima Shimoda, & Takako Inoue vs DASH Chisako, Kagetsu, & Takumi Iroha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 09, 2014, 06:22:32 PM
Results from www.purolove.com

AKINO Produce “WOMENS’S WRESTLING FIESTA”, 29.06.2014
Municipal Gymnasium, Tanegashima, Kagoshima
1039 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Shu Shibutani over Sumire Natsu (7:02)
Tomoka Nakagawa over Kaori Yoneyama (7:38)
Aja Kong & Kyusei Sakura Hirota over Dynamite Kansai & Misaki Ohata (14:45)
Hiroyo Matsumoto over Hikaru Shida (8:52)
AKINO & Tsubasa Kuragaki over Mayumi Ozaki & Yumi Oka (16:11)



Daijo "JULY", 06.07.2014
Yodogawa Kumin Center, Osaka
173 Fans


Benten-Musume & Misaki Guriko over Police Wo~men & Cherry (12:08)
Kyoko Kimura & Doton Bolshoi over Fairy Nipponbashi & Kuinshinbo Kamen (9:02)
3-Way Match: Mika Iida over Hibiscus Mii & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (10:33)
Kana over Sawako Shimono (12:00)
Manami Katsu Last Daijo Match: Rina Yamashita & Sumire Natsu over Manami Katsu & Rabbit Miyu (20:51)



Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous “THATS’S WOMENS’S WRESTLING ~KAORU RETURN ROAD~”, 06.07.2014
Act City Exhibition Event Hall Third Block, Hamamatsu


Mima Shimoda over Kaho Kobayashi
Kaoru Ito over Megumi Yabushita
Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta over Tomoko Watanabe & Ray
Sendai Girls Showdown: Meiko Satomura over DASH Chisako
Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata over KAORU & Takako Inoue



Tokyo Gurentai "TOKYO STARCADE", 07.07.2014
Tokyo Shinjuku FACE


Tanabata Special Mixed Tag Match: CIMA & Ai Shimizu over Menso~re Oyaji & Hiroyo Matsumoto (16:05)



Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 12, 2014, 09:03:26 AM
Tokyo Joshi Pro "RIRIKO KENDO AID", 11.07.2014
Ichigaya Icebox, Tokyo
50 Fans – No Vacancy


Exhibition Match: Miyu Yamashita over  Akane Miura (2:56)
Chikage Kiba over Erin (3:57)
Nonoko & Yuka Sakazaki over KANNA & Shoko Nakajima (7:31)

(results from www.purolove.com)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 15, 2014, 05:08:29 AM
Union Pro "NATSU NI MUKATTE UNION! 2014", 13.07.2014
Osaka Municipal Higashinari Kumin Center
360 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Ladybeard & Mio Shirai besiegen Cherry & Hatsuhinode Kamen (10:43)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 16, 2014, 07:12:55 AM
YMZ Vol. 13 "TSUBASA*REWRITE", 12.07.2014
Nishi Arai Daishi West Studio, Tokyo
67 Fans


Aki Kanbayashi over Hulk Woman (8:38)
Tsubasa Kuragaki 3-Way Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kaori Yoneyama) over Tsubasa Kuragaki (Taro Yamada) & Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kazuhiro Tamura) (4:59)
Kengo Mashimo over Tsubasa Kuragaki (12:43)
Bonus Track Battle Royal: Tsubasa Kuragaki over Kengo Mashimo, Aki Kanbayashi, Hulk Woman, Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kaori Yoneyama), Tsubasa Kuragaki (Kazuhiro Tamura), Tsubasa Kuragaki (Taro Yamada) (5:53)


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 18, 2014, 05:05:01 AM
K-DOJO "K-UP IMPACT 6", 17.07.2014
Shinjuku FACE
205 Fans


Kaji Tomato & Bambi over Masao Inoue & Mio Shirai (9:58)


REINA, 17.07.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Tokyo
110 Fans


Yuji Kito & Ariya over Masaya Takahashi & Kaho Kobayashi (17:12).
Aki Shizuku over Alex Lee (10:30)
Dump Matsumoto over Miyako Matsumoto (4:37)
Syuri & Neko Nitta over Tsukasa Fujimoto & Haruka Kato (15:31)
Ray & Makoto over Yumiko Hotta & La Comandante - DQ (11:47)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 22, 2014, 04:45:19 AM
Michinoku Pro, 19.07.2014
Yahaba Townsman Gymnasium
815 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Yapper Man 1, Yapper Man 2 & Yapper Man 3 besiegen Jinsei Shinzaki, Eagles Mask & Manuel Majoli (9:01)

(results from www.purolove.com)


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on July 26, 2014, 01:00:45 PM
Here are cards for three shows that Chigusa Nagayo is producing this month.

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE "THAT'S WOMEN'S WRESTLING ~ KAORU Return Road" July 6, 2014
Shizuoka Act City Hamamatsu Exhibition Event Hall


1. Mima Shimoda vs Kaho Kobayashi
2. Kaoru Ito vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Tomoko Watanabe & Ray vs Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta
4. Sendai Girls Alumni Showdown: Meiko Satomura vs DASH Chisako
5. KAORU & Takako Inoue vs Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE July 20, 2014
Wakayama Arita River Municipal Gymnasium


1. Ray & Rina Yamashita vs Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Fairy Nipponbasi
2. Dotonbori Pro Offer Match: La Pete & HAYATA vs Sorakiba & Zonbisuto (???)
3. Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue vs Yumiko Hotta & Ariya
4. Dump Matsumoto & ZAP I vs DASH Chisako & Sareee
5. KAORU & Ayako Hamada vs Meiko Satomura & Yuu Yamagata

CHIGUSA NAGAYO PRODUCE July 21, 2014
Osaka Bodymaker Colosseum


1. Ray vs Ariya
2. Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru vs Rina Yamashita
3. Sareee vs Fairy Nipponbashi
4. Dump Matsumoto, Yumiko Hotta, & ZAP I vs Meiko Satomura, Ayako Hamada, & Yuu Yamagata
5. KAORU, Mima Shimoda, & Takako Inoue vs DASH Chisako, Kagetsu, & Takumi Iroha

Still trying to cobble together results of these shows (I think it was actually ZAP T rather than ZAP I), but a super Chigusa fan posted a couple of Youtubes.

This one is from the July 21st show at Osaka Bodymaker Colosseum, with highlights of Dump cutting up Meiko & Ayako in the semi-main and the bad old ladies with weapons (board, chair, stun gun) against the 21st century Crush Girls in the main event.  The end hypes a possible Chigusa vs Shinobu Kandori match for Kandori's 50th birthday later this year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftltrA_mhIU (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftltrA_mhIU)

Also, Chiggy hosted an episode of Occupation of the Joshi.  Usual format; this was taped before the most recent That's Women's Wrestling shows, so a lot of hype of them, along with highlights of various promotions.  Apparently Cherry & Shu Shibutani had been doing a parody of the Crush Girls called the Classic Girls that was pretty funny when they met up with Nagayo face-to-face.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw1KE-Eoo2A (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw1KE-Eoo2A)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on July 26, 2014, 10:46:31 PM
That was fun, I particularly liked Shu throwing Cherry under the bus.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 29, 2014, 06:20:32 PM
SGPW, 28.07.2014
Miyagino Ward Culture Center, Sendai
300 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


Kagetsu over Kaho Kobayashi (7:15)
La Comandante over Kyusei Sakura Hirota (7:22)
DASH Chisako over Alex Lee (8:02)
Meiko Satomura over Ray (11:56)
Hikaru Shida & Tsubasa Kuragaki over Kagetsu & Hiroyo Matsumoto (15:55)


DDT "BEER GARDEN PRO-WRESTLING SHUTEN DOJI DAY", 28.07.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
481 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Riho & "Kotori" over Masako Takanashi & Cherry (14:11)
Summer Tradition New Ghost Story Numabukuro! Death Match: Touru Owashi, Hoshitango & Yoshiko over Danshoku Dino, Sayaka Obihiro & Shunma Katsumata (2:58)
Summer Tradition New Ghost Story Numabukuro! Death Match: Touru Owashi, Hoshitango & Yoshiko over Danshoku Dino, Sayaka Obihiro & Shunma Katsumata (28:46) - Draw.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 30, 2014, 05:47:37 PM
DDT "BEER GARDEN PRO-WRESTLING GOLDEN STORM RIDERS DAY", 29.07.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
585 Fans - Super No Vacancy

Kenny Omega & Michael Nakazawa over Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Hikaru Shida (23:42)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on July 31, 2014, 04:59:05 AM
ZERO1 "FIRE FESTIVAL 2014", 25.07.2014
Tokyo Shiba Shinbori-cho Childen Amusement Red Clay Park


Aja Kong & Tomoka Nakagawa over Dynamite Kansai & Moeka Haruhi
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 01, 2014, 05:23:27 PM
DDT "BEER GARDEN PRO-WRESTLING TEAM DRIFT DAY", 31.07.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
456 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Lariat Pro Era Is Over, Next Comes Knee Pro: Riho, Danshoku Dino & Jumbo Kiku (Kikutaro) over Keisuke Ishii, Antonio Honda & Makoto Oishi (12:28)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 02, 2014, 04:28:10 AM
ZERO1/Atsushi Onita Produce "SYACHIHOKO BIG FIREWORKS", 01.08.2014
Nagoya INTERNATIONAL Conference Hall


FMW Memorial Six Man Tag Match: Freddie Krueger, Crusher Madedomari & Bad Nurse Nakamura over Kyoko Inoue, La Malcriada & Pandita Nuevo (10:04)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 03, 2014, 10:50:21 AM
BJW "SHOPPING STREET PRO-WRESTLING", 02.08.2014
Yokohama Rokkakubashi Mall Food Hall Super Aoba Back Parking Lot Special Ring
496 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Command Bolshoi & Rabbit Miu over Kayoko Haruyama & KAZUKI  (11:47)

(results from www.purolove.com)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on August 03, 2014, 09:46:55 PM
So, Mio Shirai held a press conference on niconico with Naomi Susan, Mayumi Ozaki, Maki Narumiya and Yumi Ohka, announcing a joint Union/OZ/Ice/WAVE show at Shinjuku FACE on 09/11 called M.I.O (Mission in Odate).  The main event is going to be a 6-person Deathmatch, involving some combination of Mayumi Ozaki, Isami Kodaka, Mio Shirai, Maki Narumiya, Shu Shibutani and one other male wrestler... º_º


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 06, 2014, 05:52:42 PM
Tokyo Joshi Pro “NATSU DAKARA! SHIN-KIBA!”, 02.08.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Tokyo
345 Fans - No Vacancy


3-Way Match: Akane Miura over Ai Shimizu & Erin (8:30)
Tokyo Princess Cup - Semi Final: Shoko Nakajima over Miyu Yamashita (6:55)
Tokyo Princess Cup - Semi Final: Nonoko over Yuka Sakazaki (8:46)
Chikage Kiba over KANNA (5:26)
Tokyo Princess Cup - Final: Nonoko over Shoko Nakajima (8:04)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 10, 2014, 05:15:29 PM
BJW "TSURUMI GINZA SHOPPING STREET FOUNDING 60TH ANNIVERSARY"
09.08.2014
Yokohama Tsurumi Kumin Bunka Center Salvia Hall


JWP Joshi Pro-Wrestling Offer Match: Hanako Nakamori  & KAZUKI  over Command Bolshoi  & Rabbit Miu (13:26)

[result from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 12, 2014, 05:02:26 PM
SEM "SEMex In SHINJUKU vol.2", 12.08.2014
Shinjuku FACE
450 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Kanapro vs. REINA: Kana over Kaho Kobayashi  (12:56)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 17, 2014, 01:07:21 PM
DDT "RYOGOKU PETER PAN 2014"
17.08.2014
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
9,100 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


Tokyo Women's Pro-Wrestling offer Match: Miyu Yamashita, Chikage Kiba & KANNA over Shoko Nakajima, Yuka Sakazaki & Erin (8:52)
Makoto Oishi, Saki Akai & Lady Beard over Aja Kong , Antonio Honda & Hiroshi Fukuda (11:43)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 26, 2014, 04:37:40 PM
GENTARO Produce "GENTARO AID ~ EVERYONE WHO HELPED, BIG MEETING!"
25.08.2014
Shinjuku FACE
324 Fans


Antonio Honda, Shuji Ishikawa & Takumi Tsukamoto vs. Great Kojika, Kurumi & PSYCHO - Double Countout (13:22)
Mammoth Sasaki, Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Tsukushi over Rikiya Fudo, Daisaku Shimoda & Hamuko Hoshi (13:33)
Tag Battle Royal: Tadaware & Ryuichi Sekine over Kazuhiro Tamura & Tsukasa Fujimoto (18:37). order of elimination: Masashi Takeda & Kotaro Nasu, Toru Sugiura & Daisuke Masaoka, Keizo Matsuda & Bear Fukuda, SUSUMU & HIROKI, Takashi Sasaki & YOSHIYA, Fugo Fugo Yumeji & Keita Yano, Jun Kasai & Kenji Fukimoto, Kazuhiro Tamura & Tsukasa Fujimoto.

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 28, 2014, 06:35:07 PM
Hikaru Shida Produce “GO ASS TRAIN! ~SHINJUKU FACE WIRE EDITION~”
28.08.2014
Shinjuku FACE, Tokyo
380 Fans


KAZUKI & Kaho Kobayashi over Cherry & Micro (10:36)
Arisa Nakajima over Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (8:35)
Tomoka Nakagawa & Syuri over Kagetsu & Rina Yamashita (10:55)
Kengo Mashimo over Atsushi Maruyama (14:25)
Kana & Kenny Omega over Hikaru Shida & Masato Tanaka (24:47)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 30, 2014, 11:15:06 AM
Michinoku Pro "MIDSUMMER TOKYO DECISIVE BATTLE"
30.08.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
385 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Yapper Man 1, Yapper Man 2 & Yapper Man 3 besiegen Jinsei Shinzaki, Eagles Mask & Manuel Majoli (7:36)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on August 31, 2014, 01:37:08 PM
IGF "INTERNATIONAL PRO-WRESTLING FESTIVAL IN PYONGYANG"
30.08.2014
Pyongyang Yanagi Miyako Chonjuyon Gymnasium
15,000 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Kyoko Kimura & Ray over Meiko Satomura & DASH Chisako (14:10)


Kyushu Pro
"KYUSHU PRO 6th ANNIVERSARY KAGOSHIMA O GENKI NI SUDDO! ~NAOKI SAKURAJIMA TRIUMPHANT LOCAL RETURN~"
30.08.2014
Aira City Sports Park Gymnasium
510 Fans - Super No Vacancy


 Junji Tanaka & Rina Yamashita over Batten Blabla & Sawako Shimono (11:06)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 02, 2014, 04:32:18 AM
IGF "INTERNATIONAL PRO-WRESTLING FESTIVAL IN PYONGYANG"
01.09.2014
Pyongyang Yanagi Miyako Chonjuyon Gymnasium
15,000 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Meiko Satomura & DASH Chisako over Kyoko Kimura & Ray (11:34)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on September 03, 2014, 09:32:00 AM
IGF "INTERNATIONAL PRO-WRESTLING FESTIVAL IN PYONGYANG"
01.09.2014
Pyongyang Yanagi Miyako Chonjuyon Gymnasium
15,000 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Meiko Satomura & DASH Chisako over Kyoko Kimura & Ray (11:34)

The second day of Inoki's festival in North Korea is up on DailyMotion.  Big crowd, but very strange atmosphere.  The crowd would be deadly silent, but would then pop for moves that to us are standard but they hadn't seen before.

The joshi match (despite what was posted on purolove) was actually Meiko & Ray vs Kimura & Chisako; it's at the end of Part 1.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2500mx_international-pro-wrestling-festival-in-pyongyang-31-08-2014-1-3_sport (http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2500mx_international-pro-wrestling-festival-in-pyongyang-31-08-2014-1-3_sport)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 03, 2014, 06:34:13 PM
HEAT-UP "DREAM-UP!"
03.09.2014
Shib-Kiba 1st RING
258 Fans


Gato Kumo-mai vs Mushuku Zen-men Full War ~ Wareware No Ibasho ~ 4 vs. 4 Elimination Match: Kenichiro Arai, PSYCHO, Mushuku No "Akatora" & Mushuku Mask over Emi Sakura, Riho, Sayaka Obihiro & "Kotori" (14:08).
- "Kotori" eliminated "Akatora" (2:58).
- Mushuku Mask threw Riho over the Top Rope (7:47).
- Obihiro threw Mushuku Mask over the Top Rope (7:52).
- Obihiro threw PSYCHO over Top Rope (8:36).
- PSYCHO & Obihiro eliminated themselves mutually.
- Arai eliminated Sakura (10:33).
- Arai eliminated "Kotori" via TKO (14:08).

[results from purlove.com
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 06, 2014, 06:55:06 PM
K-DOJO "CLUB-K 3000"
06.09.2014
Chiba BlueField
77 Fans


3 Way Match: Tank Nagai over Kaji Tomato & Bambi (7:21)
Bambi Diet Failure Punishment Match: Yuji Hino over Bambi (4:45)


Hikaru Shida Produce “GO ASS TRAIN! ~AZALEA TAISHO WIRE EDITION~”
06.09.2014
Azalea Taisho Hall, Osaka
296 Fans - Super No Vacancy


YO-HEY & Koharu Hinata over Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Taiyo Kamen (9:41)
Tomoka Nakagawa & Hibiscus Mii over Arisa Nakajima & Rina Yamashita (10:33)
Kaori Yoneyama over Mika Iida (8:08)
Buffalo over Tadasuke (16:26)
Hikaru Shida over Kana (21:07)


Tokyo Joshi Pro “KYUSHU FIRST CHARGE! MIYU YAMASHITA TRIUMPHAL BOX OFFICE”
06.09.2014
Saitopia, Fukuoka
255 Fans - No Vacancy


Chikage Kiba over Ai Shimizu (4:15)
KANNA over Yuka Sakazaki (4:52)
Miyu Yamashita & Erin over Nonoko & Shoko Nakajima (10:09)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on September 07, 2014, 02:21:50 AM
Shida beating Kana feels weird.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 14, 2014, 10:09:08 AM
ZERO1/Atsushi Onita Produce "DOSANKO BIG FIREWORKS"
14.09.2014
Sapporo Teisen Hall


FMW 25th Anniversary Match, Special Referee: Megumi Kudo: Miss Mongol over Freddy Krueger (8:12)


K-DOJO "KAIO TOURNAMENT"
14.09.2014
Chiba Blue Field


Kaori Yoneyama over  Bambi (9:06)


Michinoku Pro "MEI MEI NO KOKOROSASHI"
14.09.2014
Yokohama Radiant Hall
330 Fans - Super No Vacancy


The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei over Yapper Man 1, Yapper Man 2 & Yapper Man 3 (16:30

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 15, 2014, 05:53:06 PM
Union Pro "SHUKAKU MATSURI 2014"
15.09.2014
Yokohama Radiant Hall
262 Fans


Madoka & Kurumi over Cherry & Haruya Morohashi (5:09)
Three Way Match: Miyako Matsumoto over Ryu Gouma and Goro Jr. (6:52)


K-DOJO "CHIBA DISCOVERY TRANSFER IN YACHIYO MABOROSHI-DO"
15.09.2014
Yachiyo Maboroshi-do Candy Shop
237 Fans - Super No Vacancy


3 Way Match: Shiori Asahi over Bambi and Tank Nagai (6:34)


[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 16, 2014, 05:37:06 PM
BJW "RYUJI ITO & DAISUKE SEKIMOTO DEBUT 15TH ANNIVERSARY IN HIROSHIMA"
16.09.2014
Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Hall West Tower
252 Fans


Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Maki Narumiya over Risa Sera (10:31)



ZERO1 "TENKA-ICHI SPECIAL"
15.09.2014
Hakodate Sogo Oroshi Center


Mineo Fujita over Miss Mongol (8:49)


[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 20, 2014, 04:12:54 PM
Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
“THAT’S WOMEN’S WRESTLING”
20.09.2014
Port Messe Third Exhibition Hall, Nagoya


Medical Wrestling Provides: Mr. X-P & Ultraman Robin over Desukurou & Royal Road Environmental Protection Monster
Rabbit Miyu over Yua Hayashi (5:22)
Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta over Tomoko Watanabe & Takako Inoue (5:25)
Kayoko Haruyama over Raideen Hagane (7:49)
Bolshoi Kid over Eiger (11:43)
Nanae Takahashi, Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata over KAORU, Megumi Yabushita & Kyoko Kimura (19:00)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 21, 2014, 02:19:44 PM
Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru Produce
“RANMARU FESTA VOL. 10 ~10TH ANNIVERSARY~”
21.09.2014
Higashinari Kumin Center, Osaka


Tadasuke over HAYATA (6:33)
Yumi Ohka & YO-HEY over Billy Ken Kid & Hibiscus Mii (9:11)
Pro Cosplay Match: Kana Ranmaru (Kana) & Nakajimaru (Arisa Nakajima) vs. Tsukamaru (Tsukasa Fujimoto) & Misamari (Misaki Ohata) - Time Limit Draw (15:00).
Ranmaru-shiki Battle Royal: Eri Susa iver Moeka Haruhi, The Bodyguard, Kazuaki Mihara, Yumiko Hotta, Meari Naito, Chiharu, Risa Sera, Takoyakida, Sumire Natsu, Sawako Shimono, Fairy Nipponbashi, Tomoka Nakagawa, Mika Iida, Syuri, Mio Shirai, Kuinshinbokamen and Ossan (28:22)
Hikaru Shida, Rina Yamashita & Manami Toyota over Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru, Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata (0:05)
Rematch: Hikaru Shida, Rina Yamashita & Manami Toyota over Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru, Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata (20:05)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 22, 2014, 05:54:08 PM
Daijo "SEPTEMBER"
21.09.2014
Higashinari Kumin Center, Osaka
168 Fans


Yuu Yamagata, Hikaru Shida & Mika Iida over Kana, Tomoka Nakagawa & Kaho Kobayashi (15:33)
Kuinshinbo Kamen over Kyoko Kimura (10:27)
Fairy Nipponbashi, Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii over Benten-Musume, Misaki Guriko & Nyanbar (10:41)
Ayako Hamada over Rina Yamashita (11:13)
Yumi Ohka over Sawako Shimono (16:09)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 25, 2014, 05:25:24 PM
Ray Produce "11TH ANNIVERSARY ~UNDERCOVER GROW BATTLE~"
25.09.2014
Shinjuku FACE, Tokyo


WNC Again: Shinose 37° & Masaya Takaashi over Yuji Kito & Yoshihiro Doguchi (11:09)
Makoharu Close Hall: Makoto & Koharu Hinata over Kikutaro & Hamuko Hoshi (13:09)
Tomoka Nakagawa Contention?! - 3-Way Match: Tomoka Nakagawa over Gabai-jichan & Cho-un Shiryu (12:07)
Crown Contra Cloak: Mill Sakurakasu over Hika*Rush-ida (3:48)
Rematch: Hika*Rush-ida over Mill Sakurakasu (9:31)
Little Giants: Command Bolshoi over Kaho Kobayashi (12:34)
Mascara Hermana Del Sueno: Ray & SYU*RI over Leon & Meiko Satomura Deluxe (18:21)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 28, 2014, 09:50:18 AM
K-DOJO
"CLUB-K TOUR in KORIYAMA ~ RECONSTRUCTION CHARITY SHOW & RYUICHI SEKINE TRIUMPHANT LOCAL RETURN"
26.09.2014
Koyiyama Gymnasium
259 Fans


Bambi & Aoi Ishibashi over Karori Yoneyama & Hatsuhinode Kamen (6:17)


K-DOJO
"CLUB-K TOUR in KITAKAMI"
27.09.2014
Sun Rec Kitakami
352 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Kitakami Women's Title Playoff: Bambi over Aoi Ishibashi (6:23)


Tokyo Joshi Pro
“TOKYO CIRCUIT ROUND #9”
27.09.2014
BASEMONT Mon*Star
110 Fans - No Vacancy


KANNA over Ai Shimizu (4:50)
Yuka Sakazaki over Chikage Kiba (8:53)
Miyu Yamashita & Shoko Nakajima over Nonoko & Erin (10:11)


Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
“THATS’s WOMENS’s WRESTLING”
28.09.2014
New Sunpia, Takasaki, Gunma


Leon over Yua Hayashi (9:07)
Men's Provides Match: KENJI over Raiden (5:59)
Yumiko Hotta & Takako Inoue over Dump Matsumoto & ZAP (8:21)
Kayoko Haruyama over Rabbit Miu (12:42)
Nanae Takahashi over Koguma (10:41)
Command Bolshoi & Arisa Nakajima over KAORU & Mima Shimoda (16:29)


Ice Ribbon/Freedoms
“10TH PHILANTROPHY FESTIVAL”
28.09.2014
Sagamihara City Hall Kanagawa


K-1 Fighter War – 2 Rounds @ 5 Minutes: Kazuhiko Ogasawara vs. Shingo Garyu - Time Limit Draw (10:00).
Kyusei Ninja Tsukkamaru (Tsukasa Fujimoto) over 235 (6:45)
Takashi Sasaki over Toru Sugiura (9:15)
Jun Kasai & Miyako Matsumoto over The Winger & Mochi Miyagi (15:44)
Tsukasa Fujimoto, Maki Narumiya & Risa Sera over Akane Fujita, Kurumi & Tsukushi (16:52)


[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on September 30, 2014, 05:53:22 PM
Sanotamashi Spin-Off Event
"MIXTANLEY"
28.09.2014
BumB Tokyo Sports Culture Museum Multi Studio, Tokyo


Mixed Match: Naoshi Sani & Makoto vs. Kana & Kuishinbo Kamen - Double Count Out (19:25).
Sano Soul Strongest Tournament, Semi Final: Naoshi Sano over Kana - Count Out (8:36).
Sano Soul Strongest Tournament, Semi Final: Makoto over Kuishinbo Kamen (5:48)
Sano Soul Strongest Tournament, Final: Makoto over Naoshi Sano (10:12)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 03, 2014, 06:47:49 AM
So Chigusa is producing a series of 4 shows in Kyushu next week, starting with her hometown of Nagasaki.

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "That's Women's Pro Wrestling" October 6, 2014
Nagasaki Omura-Shi Physical Education Cultural Center


1. 3 WAY Match: Megumi Yabushita vs DASH Chisako vs Rydeen Hagane
2. Yumiko Hotta & Maki Narumiya vs Dump Matsumoto & Hamuko Hoshi
3. Mima Shimoda vs Tomoko Watanabe
4. KAORU & Meiko Satomura vs Takako Inoue & Command Bolshoi
5. That's Women's Pro Wrestling Special Exhibition: Chigusa Nagayo, Tomoko Watanabe, & Command Bolshoi vs Mima Shimoda, Megumi Yabushita, & DASH Chisako

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "That's Women's Pro Wrestling" October 7, 2014
Oita Event Hall


1. Tomoko Watanabe vs Rydeen Hagane
2. Yumiko Hotta vs Megumi Yabushita
3. Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue vs Dump Matsumoto & Hamuko Hoshi
4. KAORU vs Maki Narumiya
5. Meiko Satomura & Command Bolshoi vs DASH Chisako & Takumi Iroha

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "That's Women's Pro Wrestling" October 8, 2014
Fukuoka Yukuhashi-shi Citizen Gymnasium


1. Megumi Yabushita vs Hamuko Hoshi
2. Dump Matsumoto vs Maki Narumiya
3. Meiko Satomura & DASH Chisako vs Command Bolshoi & Rydeen Hagane
4. Yumiko Hotta vs Takumi Iroha
5. KAORU & Mima Shimoda vs Takako Inoue & Tomoko Watanabe

Chigusa Nagayo Produce "That's Women's Pro Wrestling" October 9, 2014
Kumamoto Circulation Hall


1. DASH Chisako vs Rydeen Hagane
2. Bolshoi Kid vs Hamuko Hoshi
3. Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta vs Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue
4. Tomoko Watanabe vs Megumi Yabushita
5. KAORU & Maki Narumiya vs Meiko Satomura & Takumi Iroha
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 06, 2014, 05:39:51 PM
Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
“That’s Women’s Wrestling”
06.10.2014
Omura Sports Cultural Center, Nagasaki
523 Fans


Bolshoi Kid over Raideen Hagane (8:37)
Takako Inoue over Hamuko Hoshi (9:12)
Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta over Mima Shimoda & Megumi Yabushita (9:00)
Tomoko Watanabe over KAORU (14:55)
That's Women's Pro Wrestling Battle Royal: Chigusa Nagayo over Dump Matsumoto (10:29)
(oreder of elimination) - Hamuko Hoshi, Raideen Hagane, Yumiko Hotta, Megumi Yabushita, KAORU, Bolshoi Kid, Tomoko Watanabe, Mima Shimoda, Takako Inoue, Dump Matsumoto.

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 08, 2014, 04:36:20 AM
Kana Produce
“PROMANIA: PARTY"
07.10.2014
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
1,151 Fans


Arisa Nakajima & Rabbit Miu over Hikaru Shida & Kaho Kobayashi (11:47)
Kengo Mashima over Tomoka Nakagawa (6:25)
Exhibition Match: Kana over Sazanami Takemoto (5:00)
Katsuhiko Nakajima over Atsushi Maruyama (9:19)
Hardcore Match: Masato Tanaka & Ricky Fuji over Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka - DQ (10:48)
Takashi Sugiura & Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Hideki Suzuki & Kohei Sato - Time Limit Draw (15:00)
Jun Kasai & Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Jimmy Susumu & Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! Time Limit Draw (15:00).
Syuri & Yoshiaki Fujiwara over Kana & Minoru Suzuki (18:05)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 08, 2014, 05:22:41 AM
Card was heavily re-arranged due to Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako, and Maki Narumiya missing the show due to travel difficulties (cancelled flights due to weather).

Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
“That’s Women’s Wrestling”
06.10.2014
Omura Sports Cultural Center, Nagasaki
523 Fans


Bolshoi Kid over Raideen Hagane (8:37)
Takako Inoue over Hamuko Hoshi (9:12)
Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta over Mima Shimoda & Megumi Yabushita (9:00)
Tomoko Watanabe over KAORU (14:55)
That's Women's Pro Wrestling Battle Royal: Chigusa Nagayo over Dump Matsumoto (10:29)
(oreder of elimination) - Hamuko Hoshi, Raideen Hagane, Yumiko Hotta, Megumi Yabushita, KAORU, Bolshoi Kid, Tomoko Watanabe, Mima Shimoda, Takako Inoue, Dump Matsumoto.

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 08, 2014, 05:37:24 PM
What match was Maki originally supposed to be in?
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 08, 2014, 05:40:47 PM
Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
“THAT'S WOMEN'S WRESTLING”
08.10.2014
Yukuhashi Civic Gymnasium, Fukuoka


Megumi Yabushita over Hamuko Hoshi (9:52)
Dump Matsumoto over Maki Narumiya (7:07)
Meiko Satomura, Dash Chisako over Command Bolshoi & Raideen Hagane (12:52)
Yumiko Hotta over Takumi Iroha (10:43)
Takako Inoue & Tomoko Watanabe over KAORU & Mima Shimoda (17:17)
That's Women's Wrestling Battle Royal: Hamuko Hoshi over Chigusa Nagayo via Pinfall.
Order of elimination: Dump Matsumoto, Megumi Yabushita, Yumiko Hotta, Takako Inoue, KAORU, Mima Shimoda, Raideen Hagane, Tomoko Watanabe, Maki Narumiya, Command Bolshoi, Dash Chisako, Takumi Iroha, Meiko Satomura, Chigusa Nagayo.

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 09, 2014, 07:44:02 PM
Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
"THAT'S WOMEN'S WRESTLING"
07.10.2014
Event Hall, Oita


Jiatchii over Kendo Busan (4:36)
Tomoko Watanabe over Raideen Hagane (7:36)
Yumiko Hotta over Megumi Yabushita (9:45)
Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue over Dump Matsumoto & Hamuko Hoshi (9:50)
KAORU over Maki Narumiya (13:59)
Command Bolshoi & Meiko Satomura over Takumi Iroha & Dash Chisako (14:52)
That's Women's Wrestling Battle Royal: Hamuko Hoshi over Chigusa Nagayo (6:52): Appearing in the battle royal:  Jiatchii, Kendo Busan, Tomoko Watanabe, Raideen Hagane, Yumiko Hotta, Megumi Yabushita, Mim Shimoda, Takako Inoue, Dump Matsumoto, Hamuko Hoshi, KAORU, Maki Narumiya, Command Bolshoi, Meiko Satomura, Takumi Iroha, Dash Chisako.


Chigusa Nagayo Produce/Marvelous
"THAT'S WOMEN'S WRESTLING"
09.10.2014
Distribution Information Hall, Kumamoto


Dash Chisako over Raideen Hagane (7:27)
Bolshoi Kid over Hamuko Hoshi (9:56)
Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta over Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue (9:59)
Tomoko Watanabe over Megumi Yabushita (11:53)
Meiko Satomura & Takumi Iroha over KAORU & Maki Narumiya (16:18)
That's Women's Wrestling Battle Royal: Maki Narumiya over Mima Shimoda (9:47)
Order of elimination: Chigusa Nagayo, Yumiko Hotta, Dump Matsumoto, Hamuko Hoshi, Raideen Hagane, Takumi Iroha, DASH Chisako, Meiko Satomura, Bolshoi Kid, Megumi Yabushita, Tomoko Watanabe, Takako Inoue, KAORU, Mima Shimoda.

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 11, 2014, 08:39:43 AM
AKIRA Produce
"AKIRA 30TH ANNIVERSARY ALIVE FUNERAL OF THE CHAMPION WHO CAME FROM HELL", 10.10.2014
Shinjuku FACE
300 Fans - Super No Vacancy


AKIRA & Lin Bairon over NOSAWA Rongai & Syuri


LLPW-X
“SHINOBU KANDORI 50TH BIRTHDAY MR. HALF CENTURY EVENT ~FROM LEGEND TO MYTH~”, 11.10.2014
Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo
~3,500 Fans


Gatoh Move Offer: SAKI & MIZUKI over Sayaka Obihiro & Riho (9:59)
Emi Sakura over Eiger (8:07)
Manami Toyota & Bolshoi Kid over Jaguar Yokota & Dash Chisako (17:12)
Takako Inoue & KAORU over Ayako Hamada & Tomoka Nakagawa (16:46)
Shinobu Kandori, Dump Matsumoto & Yoshiaki Fujiwara over Genichiro Tenryu, Chigusa Nagayo & Yumiko Hotta - Referee Stop (16:18)


[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 12, 2014, 02:31:00 PM
Guts World
"10TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW ~ EVERYONE LET'S GO! KORAKUEN!!"
12.10.2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,008 Fans


Celebration 10th Anniversary Guts World Time Difference Battle Royal: gosaku over Taro Yamada (28:05).
Also in battle royal - Kazuhiko Matsuzaki, GENTARO, Taro Yamada, Konaka = Pale One, Madoka, Jun Ogawauchi, Amigo Suzuki, Micro Yoshitsube, Hibiscus Mii, SUZKI Drake Morimatsu.


K-DOJO
"SAPPORO PRO-WRESTLING FESTA 2014 CLUB-K TUR IN SAPPORO"
12.10.2014
Sapporo Teisen Hall
298 Fans


Shiori Asahi, Ayumu Honda & Bambi over Ricky Fuji, Kotaro Yoshino & Tiran Shisa (10:54)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Fanboy on October 13, 2014, 04:58:08 AM
AKIRA Produce
"AKIRA 30TH ANNIVERSARY ALIVE FUNERAL OF THE CHAMPION WHO CAME FROM HELL", 10.10.2014
Shinjuku FACE
300 Fans - Super No Vacancy


AKIRA & Lin Bairon over NOSAWA Rongai & Syuri


LLPW-X
“SHINOBU KANDORI 50TH BIRTHDAY MR. HALF CENTURY EVENT ~FROM LEGEND TO MYTH~”, 11.10.2014
Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo
~3,500 Fans


Gatoh Move Offer: SAKI & MIZUKI over Sayaka Obihiro & Riho (9:59)
Emi Sakura over Eiger (8:07)
Manami Toyota & Bolshoi Kid over Jaguar Yokota & Dash Chisako (17:12)
Takako Inoue & KAORU over Ayako Hamada & Tomoka Nakagawa (16:46)
Shinobu Kandori, Dump Matsumoto & Yoshiaki Fujiwara over Genichiro Tenryu, Chigusa Nagayo & Yumiko Hotta - Referee Stop (16:18)


[results from www.purolove.com]

Purolove now has LLPW-X claiming 8000 for Kandori's birthday show.  I have a very hard time believing that. the main event ended with Kandori winning via Rear Naked Choke over Chigusa.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 13, 2014, 04:43:34 PM
Michinoku Pro
12.10.2014
Iwate City Gymnasium
1,429 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Sawako Shimono & Fairy Nihonbashi over Misaki Ohata & Shu Shibutani  (11:22)


Michinoku Pro
"MICHINOKU FUTARITABI 2014 ~ TAG TOURNAMENT ~ GREAT EAST JPAN EARTHQUAKE RECONSTRUCTION CHARITY SHOW"
13.10.2014
Sendai Dream Messe West Wing Hall
350 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Yapper Man 1, Yapper Man 2 & Yapper Man 3 over Jinsei Shinzaki, Messy & Shu Shibutani  (9:46)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 20, 2014, 03:16:16 PM
Women’s Wrestling Big Match in Niigata
18.10.2014
City Gymnasium, Niigata
1,800 Fans - No Vacancy


Kyoko Kimura over Sareee (11:27)
Eiger over Sakura Hirota (0:20)
Rematch: Eiger over Sakura Hirota (10:16)
Kaho Kobayashi & Alex Lee vs. Yumiko Hotta & Dump Matsumoto - Double Count Out (8:44)
Generation Struggle Sequel: Aja Kong over Kagetsu (12:46)
Special 6 Man Tag Match: Manami Toyota, DASH Chisako & Nanae Takahashi over Yoshiko, Ray & Tsubasa Kuragaki (20:15)
Queen Ultimate Fight: Meiko Satomura over Ayako Hamada (17:56)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 20, 2014, 03:58:14 PM
10/18/2014  -  SHIMMER  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 67"

Mayumi Ozaki over Saraya Knight in a no-DQ match
AKINO, Tsukasa Fujimoto & Kaori Yoneyama over Tomoka Nakagawa, Kellie Skater & Mia Yim
Cheerleader Melissa over Kana to retain the Shimmer title.


10/18/2014  -  SHIMMER  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 68"

AKINO over Heidi Lovelace
Mayumi Ozaki & Saraya Knight over LuFisto & Kana in a no-DQ match
Kellie Skater & Tomoka Nakagawa over Tsukasa Fujimoto & Kaori Yoneyama to retain the Shimmer tag title


10/19/2014  -  SHIMMER  -  Berwyn Eagles, Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 69"

Kaori Yoneyama & Tsukasa Fujimoto over Nevaeh & Sassy Stephie
Kana over Kay Lee Ray 
Mia Yim over AKINO
Kellie Skater & Tomoka Nakagawa over Saraya Knight & Mayumi Ozaki to retain the Shimmer tag title in a no-DQ match 


10/19/2014  -  SHIMMER  -  Berwyn Eagles Club, Berwyn, IL  -  "Shimmer vol. 70"

Nikki Storm over Kaori Yoneyama
Mayumi Ozaki, Saraya Knight & Rhia O'Reilly over Solo Darling, Leva Bates & Heidi Lovelace in a no-DQ match
AKINO over LuFisto
Mia Yim over Tsukasa Fujimoto
Kana over Courtney Rush
Tomoka Nakagawa over Nicole Matthews by DQ in the Shimmer title match
Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Nicole Matthews & Portia Perez by DQ to retain the Shimmer tag title
Madison Eagles, Jessicka Havok, Tomoka Nakagawa & Kellie Skater over Portia Perez, Cherry Bomb, Kimber Lee & Nicole Matthews

[results from ME]

Will post some pics later.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 24, 2014, 04:47:42 PM
Tokyo Gurentai
"TOKYO MISSION 3 "KIKU MATSURI" ~ KIKUTARO DEBUT 20TH ANNIVERSARY"
23.10.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
238 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Kikutaro 20th Anniversary Match: Kikutaro, Antonio Honda & Ai Shimizu over Kuishinbo Kamen, Menso~re Oyaji & Emi Sakura (23:10)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 26, 2014, 09:53:31 AM
WRESTLE-1 "WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2014", 25.10.2014
Tochigi Prefectural Bunka Center
450 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Ray over Sakura Hirota (6:22)


DDT "SPECIAL 2014", 26.10.2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,200 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


Makoto Oishi & Saki Akai over Cherry & Yasu Urano (6:35)


K-DOJO "K-UP IMPACT 7", 26.10.2014
Shinjuku FACE
178 Fans


Hiro Tonai & Bambi over Kikutaro & Manami Kanda (10:10)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on October 29, 2014, 06:01:46 PM
YMZ "YONEMADO PARTY VOL. 17", 28.10.2014
Rodeo Style, Yokosuka
51 Fans


PSYCHO over Sayaka Obihiro (7:05)
Ryuichi Sekine over Hatsuhinode Kamen (7:11)
Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Hikaru Sato - Time Limit Draw (10:00).
Kaori Yoneyama, Madoka & Hiro Tonai over Mio Shirai, Osuuma & Tank Nagai (14:16)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 01, 2014, 10:16:34 AM
Michinoku Pro "SPECIAL EDITION", 01.11.2014
Yahaba Townsmen Gymnasium
937 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Katsuo Return Match: Jinsei Shinzaki, Ultimo Dragon & Yapper Man 3 over Katsuo, Kesen Numajiro & Mika Iida (12:30)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 03, 2014, 06:21:41 PM
Tokyo Joshi Pro "YOKOHAMA FIRST CHARGE ~LET'S GO TO THE BULL~", 03.11.2014
Radiant Hall, Yokohama
206 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Yokohama 5 Large Single Match: Akane Muira over Erin (3:59)
Yokohama 5 Large Single Match: Chikage Kiba over Yuka Sakazaki (5:58)
Yokohama 5 Large Single Match: Nonoko over Ai Shimizu (7:14)
Yokohama 5 Large Single Match: Saki Akai over Shoko Nakajima (6:30)
Yokohama 5 Large Single Match: Miyu Yamashita over KANNA (6:17)


K-DOJO "CLUB-K SUPER in Kourakuen Hall", 03.11.2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
439 Fans


Ricky Fuji & Kaori Yoneyama over Kunio Toshima & Yuma (7:16)
Bambi over Kahoru Hinata (8:22)



Tokyo Joshi Pro "PART 1", 01.11.2014
Toda Boat Rave Event Hall, Saitama


Erin & Miyu Yamashita over KANNA & Shoko Nakajima (6:09)


Tokyo Joshi Pro "PART 2", 01.11.2014
Toda Boat Rave Event Hall, Saitama


Chikage Kiba & Akane Miura over Shoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki (5:28)


Tokyo Joshi Pro "PART 3", 01.11.2014
Toda Boat Rave Event Hall, Saitama


Miyu Yamashita & Ai Shimizu over Nonoko & Erin (3:10)


[results from www.purolove.com]


Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 09, 2014, 12:05:12 PM
Ungrateful Wrestling "MUNATSUKIHATCHO! Vol. 1", 07.11.2014
Isami Wrestling Arena, Warabi


Wave vs. WPA: Mika Iida & Kaho Kobayashi vs. Aoi Ishibashi & Manami Kanda - Time Limit Draw (15:00)
Koharu Hinata over Miyako Matsumoto (0:03)
a. Rematch: Koharu Hinata over Miyako Matsumoto (0:04)
b. Rematch #2: Miyako Matsumoto over Koharu Hinata (5:41)
Masao World vs. Huge Hammer: Masao Inoue over Takumi Tsukamoto (11:02)
Special Extra Match: Hikaru Shida over Sareee (11:26)


Yuko Miyamoto Pro-Wrestling, 09.11.2014
Hatsukaichi Yoshiwa Mominoki Shin Rinkouen Gymnasium
500 Fans


Kana over Misaki Ohata (9:05)
Battle Royal: Misaki Ohata over Puroresu Mania Mask & Masa Takanashi  (19:03).
Other participants: Rachel, Konaka = Pale One, Yuko Miyamoto, Shuji Ishikawa, Taro Tani, Abdullah Kobayashi, Shinobu, Kana, Nise Shishigami Thunder Liger, Yaper Man 1, Yapper Man 2, Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, Jun Kasai, Masashi Takeda, Isami Kodaka, Puroresu Mania Mask & Masa Takanashi.


YMZ "KAORism Vol. 18", 09.11.2014
Rodeo Style Gym, Yokosuka
40 Fans


Madoka over Byi (6:51)
Hiro Tonai & Sayaka Obihiro over PSYCHO & Hatsuhinode Kamen (14:42)
Kaori Yoneyama & Mio Shirai vs. Tank Nagai & Yuma - Time Limit Draw (15:00)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: nyannyanexpress! on November 10, 2014, 12:16:17 AM
Just announced on niconico earlier...

Union/OZ/Ice/WAVE "M.I.O 2"
February 14, 2015 (18:30)
Shinjuku FACE


- Mio Shirai vs Io Shirai


It's still being negotiated and not a done deal yet, but it's definitely an intriguing match if it happens.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on November 12, 2014, 08:34:29 AM
I've been wanting to see that one for the last half year or so. both have grown a good deal since they split up. I was kind of hoping it would happen in Stardom.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 17, 2014, 01:58:43 PM
Union Pro/Isami Kodaka Produce "ISAMI KODAKA PRO-WRESTLING"
17.11.2014
Shinjuku FACE


Shinjuku Chijo Saidai Budokai Tournament - Round 1: Riho over Cherry (4:05)
Shinjuku Chijo Saidai Budokai Tournament - Round 2: Riho over Yuko Miyamoto (8:32) by Count Out.
Shinjuku Chijo Saidai Budokai Tournament - Semi Final: Isami Kodaka over Riho (7:15)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 24, 2014, 11:06:53 AM
Tokyo Joshi Pro "TOKYO CIRCUIT 2014 ROUND #10"
22.11.2014
Basemont MON*STAR
130 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Shoko Nakajima over KANNA (9:20)
3-Way Match: Ai Shimizu over Chikage Kiba & Yuka Sakazaki (8:26)
Nonoko & Akane Miura over Miyu Yamashita & Erin - TKO (8:45)


Kyusei Sakura Hirota Box Office "YOU'RE IIFUUFUNOHI"
22.11.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Tokyo
252 Fans - No Vacancy


3-Way Match: Arisa Nakajima over Mio Shirai and Dash Chisako (9:00)
Legends of Mexico ~ Mask AGO Farewell Match: Leon & Ray over Mask AGO & Mari Apache (16:26)
Your Dream come true or Special: Saku Uematsu over KAORU (9:02)
This happens if you luxury using the amazing two: Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata over Gabai-jichan & Gabai-bachan (17:20)
Gracious Single Match: Meiko Satomura over Kyusei Sakura Hirota (7:13)
Rematch:
Meiko Satomura over Kyusei Sakura Hirota (0:55)
Rematch: Meiko Satomura over Kyusei Sakura Hirota (7:13)


Sun Glitter Project "ROAD TO YOKOSUKA I"
22.11.2014
Basement MON*STAR, Tokyo
70 Fans


Arisa Nakajima over Aki Shizuku (11:38)


S-Ovation "LAST SHOT ~THANKS TOMOKA~"
23.11.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Tokyo
308 Fans - No Vacancy


Tomoka Nakagawa & PSYCHO over Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka (9:40)
Mayumi Ozaki over Eiger (10:18)
Ray & Yuu Yamagata vs. Leon & Tsukasa Fujimoto - Time Limit Draw (15:00)
AKINO over Kelly Skater (12:25)
Aja Kong & Misaki Ohata over Tomoka Nakagawa & Kyoko Kimura (20:53)


Daijo "NOVEMBER"
24.11.2014
Community Center, Yodogawa, Osaka


Misaki Guriko over Hiroe Nagahama (6:37)
Benten-Musume & Dotonborishoi over Police Wo~men & Nyanber (16:39)
3-Way Match: Yako Fujigasaki over Fairy Nipponbashi and Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru (6:22)
Sawako Shimono & Mari Apache vs. Yuu Yamagata & Leon - Time Limit Draw (20:00).
Rina Yamashita 1th Anniversary: Kayoko Haruyama over Rina Yamashita (16:44)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 25, 2014, 10:05:00 AM
FREEDOMS
24.11.2014
Yokohama Radiant Hall
210 Fans


Neko Nitta over Tsukushi (8:25)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 29, 2014, 12:45:36 PM

YMZ Vol. 19 "NICE TO MEET THE DAY ~ KAORI YONEYAMA 15TH ANNIVERSARY DEBUT"
29.11.2014
Nishi Arai Daishi West Studio, Tokyo
61 Fans


Kaji Tomato over Byi (5:12)
Mio Shirai over Hatsuhinode Kamen (6:30)
Hiro Tonai & Sayaka Obihiro over Tank Nagai & Yuma (12:01)
Kaori Yoneyama 15th Anniversary Debut: Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka over Tsubasa Kuragaki & PSYCHO (11:13)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on November 30, 2014, 01:38:25 PM
GAINA Produce "15TH ANNIVERSARY ~ BATTLE FOR THE FUTURE"
30.11.2014
Naga Wajiki Gymnasium, Tokushima


Jinsei Shinzaki, Vapor Trail: Hyper Offence Formation, Mentai Kid & Yanbaru Quenna (Kyoko Kimura) over Super Delfin, Rasse, Genkai & Masamune

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on December 09, 2014, 11:14:07 AM
Ray Produce "UNDERCOVER GROW BATTLE IN OSAKA", 07.12.2014
World Hall, Osaka


Special Match: Makoto & Koharu Hinata over Takoyakida & Ultimate Spider Jr. by 2:1 points
1a. Dance Showdown: Makoto & Koharu Hinata over Takoyakida & Ultimate Spider Jr.
1b. Ass Sumo Showdown: Makoto & Koharu Hinata over Takoyakida & Ultimate Spider Jr.
1c. Wrestling: Takoyakida & Ultimate Spider Jr. over Makoto & Koharu Hinata (9:39)
R-YO-H vs. Kanjuro Matsuyama Troop: Ray, YO-HEY & HAYATA over Kanjuro Matsuyama, Miyuki Matsuyama & Tadayuki Matsuyama (16:44)
Syuri over Kagetsu (9:45)
Dump Matsumoto, Zeus & Quiet Storm over Ray, The Bodiga & TORU (17:47)

[results from www.purolove.com]
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 10, 2014, 09:14:24 AM
Nissan Century Securities PRESENTS Fortune Dream
2, 12/10/2014 [Wed] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in
Tokyo
1,600 Spectators


Kairi Hojo [Stardom] vs. Meiko Satomura [Sendai
Girls]
◆Winner : Satomura ( 11:42 ) following a Death Valley
Bomb.
~ Fans appeared to have been pulling for Kairi to
pull out the upset, but Satomura got the finish.
Meiko raised Kairi’s arm after the match.

(http://media.tumblr.com/847c58f5569378bc26acfe0437eab4c7/tumblr_inline_ngdh4sBCdb1qhf2de.jpg)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Eivion on December 10, 2014, 11:50:52 AM
I like Hojo's outfit there.There was no way in hell she was winning, but I'm happy the fans got behind her. Hopefully the match was good.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 11, 2014, 05:58:32 AM
yes, that show is going to better step, i can not wait for next

and here some another results

(http://media.tumblr.com/380732c3d2c4b515efcdcbb6b4c3beaf/tumblr_inline_ngf4wiuRAy1qhf2de.jpg)

Tokyo Gurentai “TOKYO DREAM 2014”, 12/11/2014
[Thu] 18:45 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

Special Handicap 6 Man Tag Match: Sanshiro
Takagi [DDT], Aja Kong [OZ] & Ai Shimizu [FREE] vs.
Kikutaro [FREE], Menso~re Oyaji [AJPW] & Hikaru
Shida [FREE]
◆Winner : Aja ( 14:33 ) following a Back Blow on
Kikutaro.
~ Handicap as Ai Shimizu is a singer/idol not a full-
time wrestler.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on December 12, 2014, 10:29:25 AM
Michinoku Pro "BATTLE IN OUTER SPACE ~BATTLE OF THE GODS AND THE TURTLE~"
12.12.2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,580 Fans - No Vacancy


Marie Apache over Yapper Man #3 (5:56)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on December 13, 2014, 11:38:07 AM
DDT "ROAD TO SAITAMA SUPER ARENA 8"
13.12.2014
Fureai Cube Kasukabe
350 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Michael Nakazawa Leaving Countdown 2: "I do not think licking the feet is cheating": Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi over Saki Akai & Michael Nakazawa (0:04)
2a. Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi over Saki Akai & Michael Nakazawa (11:31)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 14, 2014, 08:37:14 PM
K-DOJO “2014 CLUB-K TOUR in HAKATA”,
12/14/2014 [Sun] 19:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in
Fukuoka

Ricky Fuji & Aoi Ishibashi [WPA] vs. Asosan
[Kyushu] & Bambi
◆Winner : Fuji ( 10:49 ) with the 9999 (Double Underhook DDT) on Bambi.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on December 14, 2014, 10:37:31 PM
DDT "TENKA SAN BUNOKEI ~ DDT ~", 14.12.2014
Hakata Star Lane
503 Fans - Super No Vacancy


Daisuke Sasaki & Saki Akai over Makoto Oishi & Tomomitsu Matsunaga (8:06)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 15, 2014, 04:49:26 PM
ZERO1 “Furinkazan 2014 ~ Sendai”, 12/14/2014
[Sun] @ Sendai Miyagino Ward Cultural Center in
Miyagi


Joshi Offer Match
▼ DASH Chisako [Sendai Girls] vs. Mystique [Mexico WWS]
Winner : Dash (9:21) Following with a Diving Foot Stomp

Breaking News (Joshi Related)

Atsushi Onita held a press conference at the ZERO1 Dojo.in Tokyo to announce that in 2015 the “Blast Death Match” shows will be getting even bigger. As Onita will be celebrating his 40th anniversary as a pro-wrestler. The shows have been in collaboration with ZERO1 in recent times under the name of “Oohanabi”, aka Large Fireworks, but in 2015 it appears Onita will be splitting away from ZERO1 as the shows will be going under the name of “Cho-hanabi”, aka Super Fireworks.

Onita was joined with Megumi Kudo who has been named the executive producer for the events. He stated that with next year being in celebration of his 40th anniversary that he wants to see the shows conducted on an even larger scale than what they have been in the past. The first show under the new series will be known as “Naniwa Super Fireworks” as it will be at the BODYMAKER Colosseum in Osaka, Japan.

There was mention of at least 12 events to be held all throughout Japan in 2015. Also a show was mentioned for March 21st at the Hakata StarLanes.

Onita also mentioned the potential formation of a title belt “爆破王 (Blast King / King of Blast)”, sketch of which was shown above, as it is something that is in talks to bring to fruition in the new year. The belt itself will be also be made with the incorporation of “granite” as Onita wants to make the belt as unique as the shows.themselves.

(https://fbcdn-photos-h-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xap1/v/t1.0-0/10858644_10152979866206098_1768371209547660593_n.jpg?oh=ca7d9cd2061805b378728246000cfe04&oe=54FDF9F7&__gda__=1426498722_c8acf049aa613ae9bcee68f5eb9d00a8)
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 17, 2014, 08:16:47 AM
Pro Wrestling Union, 12/17/2014 [Wed] 19:00 @
Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo


- Cherry & Ladybeard vs. Riho & Sayaka Obihiro
◆Winner : Cherry ( 7:20 ) with the Haru Yorukoi (Spring
Night Love) on Obihiro.

- Mio Shirai vs. Goma Ryu
◆Winner : Shirai ( 3:59 ) with a Figure Four Headlock.
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Dingo on December 17, 2014, 05:50:11 PM
Mystic [Mexico WWS]

What a Upfuck  *crazy

It's called und write itself Mystique. Look at Wrestlingdata -> http://wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&wrestler=27566 (http://wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&wrestler=27566). Why People don't search "new" Wrestler...
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: The Stupid One on December 17, 2014, 06:41:58 PM
Mystic [Mexico WWS]

What a Upfuck  *crazy

It's called und write itself Mystique. Look at Wrestlingdata -> http://wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&wrestler=27566 (http://wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&wrestler=27566). Why People don't search "new" Wrestler...

well, sorry for that.. i received results on my wrestling mail
thank you and i appreciate that
Title: Re: Other Results/Shows
Post by: Sure Shot Lynch on December 20, 2014, 12:49:22 PM