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UJWF's return show
« on: March 23, 2010, 06:50:34 PM »
Match 1: UJWF Junior Championship Tournament
A small tournament to determine the new UJWF Junior Championship, consisting of four people. All three matches will be contested during this time in 10 minute matches. The two EARTH trainers will choose two members of their team to compete.

Semi-Final Match #1: Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Misaki Ohata

Semi-Final Match #2: Hiren vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto

Match 2: No Limits Championship Open Ladder Match
Put simply, anyone can jump into this match, and the first person to grab the title will be declared No Limits Champion


Match 3: UJWF & Trans-Pacific Tag Team Championship Unification match.

Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu

Match 4: Tokyo Regional Championship Match
One of the two new championships in the UJWF, this is the mid-card title for FIRE. As decided by (semi) random lottery, the inagural Tokyo Regional Champion will be one of these two joshi stars.

Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Tanny Mouse

Match 5: Trans-Pacific Championship Match
Thanks to WIND recently becoming affiliated with the NWA, their former top tier championship will now be contested amongst the mid-card. Once again, as decided by (semi) random lottery, the match will be as follows:

Ayumi Kurihara vs. Ray

Match 6: UJWF Championship Battle Royale
2nd last match will be a 6 person battle royale to determine the new UJWF champion. Eliminations occur by pinfall, submission, or if they are thrown over the top top, and both feet touch the floor.

Aja Kong vs. Ayako Hamada vs. Commando Bolshoi vs. Kayoko Haruyama vs. Manami Toyota vs. Takako Inoue

Main Event: NWA Pacific Women's Championship Gauntlet Match
The main event will also formally introduce WIND's recent affiliation with the NWA, in which the NWA Pacific Women's Championship will be contested. To determine the initial champion for this chapter of the title, a 6 person gauntlet match will take place, where the last person standing at the end will be crowned the champion.

By order of entry

Chikayo Nagashima, Mayumi Ozaki, Yoshiko Tamura, Dynamite Kansai, Sonoko Kato, Azumi Hyuga.
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Re: UJWF's return show
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2010, 06:59:19 PM »
Results:

Match 1: UJWF Junior Championship Tournament

Semi-Final Match #1: Misaki Ohata b. Tomoka Nakagawa at 6:21(Armbar)
*Nakagawa was agressive out of the box, taking an early advantage
*Ohata mounts a comeback, but Nakagawa squashes the attempt with an enzugiri
*Nakagawa attempts the Go Strong Arm, but Ohata blocks it, locking in an armbar for the eventual victory

Semi-Final Match #2: Hiroyo Matsumoto b Hiren at 4:37 (Backdrop Driver)
*Almost from the beginning, Matsumoto was in control
*Hiren got a couple shots in, but they seemed to have little effect on Matsumoto
*Attempted read naked choke from Hiren ends with Matsumoto hitting the Backdrop Driver for the victory

Final Match: Misaki Ohata b. Hiroyo Matsumoto at 9:23 (Arm-trap Fisherman Buster)
*Very fast paced, back and forth match throughout
*Ohata gets an armbar early, but Matsumoto powers out, slamming Ohata into the mat
*Matsumoto gets a near fall following her signature gut buster
*Matsumoto attempts to finish the match with a power bomb, but Ohata counters into a leg lock which Matsumoto escapes by reaching the ropes
*Ohata gets a near fall after a series of cross bodies
*Finish comes when Ohata connects with the Arm-trap Fisherman Buster

Misaki Ohata becomes the 4th UJWF Junior champion.

Match 2: No Limits Championship Open Ladder Match
Tomoka Nakagawa grabs the title at 13:47

Notable moments from this match:
*Four juniors were part of this match, being the Shirai's, DASH Chisako, and Shu Shibutani
*Kana and Nanae Takahashi also took part
*Kyoko Kimura was the final participant to begin the match
*Kimura dominated the Shirai's early while Kana and Takahashi fought outside the ring
*DASH was the first to be close to the title, but is stopped by Kimura, who suplexes her off the ladder
*Big moment came later when Takahashi hit Kana with the Nanaracka off one of the ladders
*Kimura showed why she was the 1st No Limits champion, laying out each competitor with a chair
*Just when it looked like Kimura was going to regain the championship, Nanae grabs Kimura and hits her with a Muscle Buster Nanaracka
*Nanae is the only one standing until Kimura's stable mate Tomoka Nakagawa runs in and lays her out with a huge chair shot
*Thanks to the open invitation style of this match, Nakagawa quickly climbs the set up ladder and grabs the title

Tomoka Nakagawa becomes the 4th No Limits Champion
*post match, Kimura looks visibly upset over Nakagawa's win, having ordered her to not interfere
*As Nakagawa is celebrating, Kimura lays her out with a Big Boot
*Kimura grabs the title, standing over Nakagawa's prone form, and challenges Nakagawa for the title during UJWF EARTH's inaugural show, before throwing the title on top of Nakagawa.

Match 3: UJWF & Trans-Pacific Tag Team Championship Unification match.

Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu(W) b. Emi Sakura(L) & Kaori Yoneyama at 11:17 (Rolling Elbow)
*Uematsu starts off against Yoneyama
*Yoneyama uses her speed to get the advantage
*quick tags between Yoneyama and Sakura prevent Uematsu from tagging
*Uematsu gets a chance to tag after a missed moonsault from Yoneyama
*Ran and Sakura in, and exchange blows
*Sakura connects with a double underhook powerbomb, followed up by La Magistral, which is broken up by Uematsu
*Uematsu uses a Dragon Suplex on Sakura before dumping Yoneyama on the outside
*Ran hits Sakura with a Rolling Elbow for the victory

Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu become the 1st Unified Tag Team Champion

Match 4: Tokyo Regional Championship Match

Natsuki*Taiyo b. Tanny Mouse at 13:57 (Taiyochan*bomb)

Natsuki*Taiyo becomes the 1st Tokyo Regional Champion

Match 5: Trans-Pacific Championship Match

Ayumi Kurihara b. Ray at 11:06 (Avalance Uranage)

Ayumi Kurihara becomes the 4th Trans-Pacific Champion

Match 6: UJWF Championship Battle Royale

Kayoko Haruyama b. Ayako Hamada at 32:19 (Keene Hammer)
Order of Elimination: Takako Inoue, Aja Kong, Commando Bolshoi, Manami Toyota, Ayako Hamada

Kayoko Karuyama becomes 4th UJWF Champion

Main Event: NWA Pacific Women's Championship Gauntlet Match

By order of entry

Chikayo Nagashima, Mayumi Ozaki, Yoshiko Tamura, Kaori Yoneyama, Sonoko Kato, Azumi Hyuga.

Mayumi Ozaki b. Chikayo Nagashima at 7:12 (Uraken)

Yoshiko Tamura b. Mayumi Ozaki at 4:33 (Elbow Smash)

Yoshiko Tamura b. Kaori Yoneyama at 7:23 (Mt. Cook)

Sonoko Kato b. Yoshiko Tamura at 2:58 (Dragon Suplex Hold)

Sonoko Kato b. Azumi Hyuga at 9:39 (Crown Gate onto a chair)

Sonoko Kato becomes UJWF's first NWA Pacific Women's Champion


Write up coming soon.
« Last Edit: April 17, 2010, 01:41:46 PM by rocky2010 »

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