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The GWA's JPC Division
« on: November 07, 2007, 07:14:02 AM »
The GWA will be debuting its Joshi Puroresu Combat division on tonight's Wednesday Night Shockwave with a special feature match.

November 7th 2007
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SHOCKWAVE
ALLTEL Arena
Little Rock, Arkansas
JPC Debut Feature Match
Mariko Yoshida vs. Meiko Satomura

This match is groundbreaking in that it will be the first JPC women's match. Yoshida will be accompanied to ringside by Ayako Hamada. Satomura will be accompanied to ringside by Toshie Uematsu. Women's wrestlers from all over the world are expected to be in attendance for this historic event. An initial international roster of 10 has been signed to compete in the JPC division.
  • Ayako Hamada
  • LuFisto
  • Mariko Yoshida
  • Meiko Satomura
  • Melissa Stripes
  • Nikita Lea
  • Rebecca Knox
  • Sarah Stock
  • Toshie Uematsu
  • Wesna Busic

A tournament to crown the inagural JPC champion will begin on the November 28th Shockwave and continue through the GWA's Winter Festival, culminating with the finals at the December 22nd Terminus pay-per-view.

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GWA WINTER FESTIVAL 2007 :: NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 22

11.28 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Ford Center
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A: Ayako Hamada vs. Wesna Busic

12.05 - Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B: Sarah Stock vs. Rebecca Knox

12.08 - Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A: LuFisto vs. Nikita

12.12 - Memphis, TN @ FedExForum
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B: Toshie Uematsu vs. Melissa Stripes

12.15 - Memphis, TN @ The Pyramid
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A Final: Opponent vs. Opponent

12.19 - Nampa, ID @ Idaho Center
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B Final: Opponent vs. Opponent

12.22 - TERMINUS - West Valley City, UT @ E Center
Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Final: Winner of Block A vs. Winner of Block B

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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2007, 07:14:40 AM »
Any predictions?

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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2007, 07:26:29 AM »
I don't see AKINO on that list of names, HEN...
You so much as TOUCH kitty's ass, and I'll put a firecracker in your nutsack and blow your balls all over your pants!

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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2007, 08:14:24 AM »
I don't see AKINO on that list of names, HEN...
The roster had to really be refined. The women are only going to get about one match per show to start off. And the promotion's owner wanted an "international" roster. The initial list was very heavily in favor of Japan before it was trimmed down. I think it's safe to say that AKINO's influence will be prevalent in the future of the JPC division.

Okay... enough of the explaining. What's my punishment?

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November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2007, 06:49:49 PM »
Quote from: TheGWA.com

November 7th 2007
Little Rock, Arkansas

Ringside:

Yoshida was accompanied to the ring by her ARSION student, Ayako Hamada. Meiko Satomura is accompanied to the ring by her GAEA classmate, Toshie Uematsu. Joey Styles mentioned the coming tournament to crown the inaugural JPC champion, but pointed out that this is a special feature match designed to debut the division with two "legends in the making." Styles added that neither of the competitors would be in the tournament, but the wrestlers accompanying them at ringside would be. Styles took a moment to acknowledge several other women's wrestlers in attendance for this historic match, including tournament participants Sarah Stock, LuFisto and Nikita Lea. Several other wrestlers, who do not have GWA contracts, were also in attendance. Most notably among them are Amazing Kong, Cheerleader Melissa, Nanae Takahashi and Hikaru.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Exhibition
Mariko Yoshida vs. Meiko Satomura

» Satomura starts the match fast, connecting with a series of kicks and breaking down Yoshida's base. Satomura drops Yoshida with a Kappou kick and goes for her Scorpion Rising finisher, but Yoshida counters with a Dragon Screw leg whip. With the pace slowed down, Yoshida takes things to the mat, going for submissions. Yoshida locks in a Sankaku-gatame, but Satomura makes it to the ropes. After more mat wrestling, Yoshida cinches in her trademark Spider Twist.

» Satomura fights her way to the bottom rope. Yoshida drags Satomura to the middle of the ring and sets up an Air Raid Crash. Satomura counters the move, flipping out of it and landing on her feet before catching Yoshida on the jaw with another Kappou kick. With Yoshida stunned on one knee, Satomura comes of the ropes with a handspring knee drop to the back of Yoshida's head. Satomura is up quickly and off the ropes again with the Scorpion Rising and the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Meiko Satomura

Aftermath:

Hamada was quickly in the ring checking on Yoshida and helped her up. However, Uematsu had left her GAEA T-shirt hanging in the corner and was not there to celebrate the landmark victory and groundbreaking match with Satomura. LuFisto, Stock, Takahashi, Hikaru and others gave Satomura a standing ovation along with the fans. Styles noted that Kong and Melissa seemed to have left during the match like Uematsu. Satomura appeared confused by Uematsu's absence.
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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2007, 08:08:38 PM »
Forgot this was a fantasty thread  *give *gloom
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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2007, 07:50:14 PM »
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November 28th 2007
Ford Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Ringside:

Ayako Hamada made her entrance with Mariko Yoshida. Joey Styles mentioned that Yoshida was, at one time, Ayako's trainer. Styles mentioned that Ayako was a second-generation wrestler as the daughter of puroresu legend Gran Hamada, who also trained her. Corino called Gran Hamada "another old guy who didn't know when to hang it up." Ayako and Yoshida seemed somewhat surprised when Wesna Busic made her appearance accompanied by Toshie Uematsu. Styles said he didn't know what to make of the situation in light of Uematsu abandoning Meiko Satomura during the JPC Division debut match. Corino offered that, in his dealings with Uematsu in Japan, she seemed more progressive and willing to let go of some of the "archaic ways."

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A
Ayako Hamada (w. Mariko Yoshida) vs. Wesna Busic (w. Toshie Uematsu)

 » Busic seemed to be taking instruction from Uematsu at ringside. Busic attacked early, going for a series of martial arts kicks. But all of her offense was blocked by Ayako, almost effortlessly. Ayako seemed unimpressed with Busic's striking ability. Ayako kicked the match into high gear with her lucha skills, befuddling Busic with a series of counters and armdrags. Uematsu called Busic to the corner and whispered something in her ear while pointing at Ayako.

» Ayako grew impatient with the tactic and charged the corner, going for a high straight kick. Busic, however, was able to dodge the kick, causing Ayako to get her leg hung over the top rope. Busic seized the window of opportunity, delivering a series of martial arts kicks to the back of Ayako's thigh. The last of the series of kicks swept Ayako's foot from beneath her, causing her to fall back first to the canvas. Busic followed up by leaping into the air and landing on Ayako's chest and stomach with a double stomp. Busic went for the pin, but Ayako was able to get a foot on the bottom rope. Uematsu shoved Ayako's foot off the rope before being admonished by the referee. Yoshida circled the ring and stared menacingly at Uematsu. Uematsu backed away from the ring, apparently intimidated by Yoshida.

» After getting back on her feet, Ayako returned Busic's offense, showing that she could mix in striking with her lucha. With Busic doubled over following a spinning back kick to the midsection, Ayako cinched in a front facelock and step backwards up to the middle turnbuckle. Ayako followed the setup with a swinging DDT. With Busic prone on her back on the canvas, Ayako climbed to the top rope and hit a Super Quebrada for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Ayako Hamada

Aftermath:

As the referee raised her hand in victory, Ayako pointed at Uematsu, who was helping Busic out of the ring. Uematsu responded by flipping Hamada and Yoshida off. Styles said that he was surprised by the show of disrespect from Uematsu. Corino said that he was pleased by it.


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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #7 on: December 23, 2007, 09:57:25 AM »
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December 5th 2007
American Airlines Center
Dallas, Texas

Ringside:

Nikita accompanied Rebecca Knox at ringside. Nikita gave Knox a few words of encouragement before she entered the ring. Sarah Stock entered the ring, throwing her trademark kisses to the fans. Knox rolled her eyes at the gesture.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B
Sarah Stock vs. Rebecca Knox (w. Nikita)

 » The early part of the match was a game of “anything you can do, I can do better.” Knox delivered a savate kick to Stock’s upper arm; Stock returned the kick in kind, leaving a red boot-lace print on Knox’s arm. Knox fell back to her corner where Nikita blew on the arm and fanned it in an effort to alleviate the pain. With the upper hand, Knox tossed Stock with release German suplex; Stock returned that with a head-and-arm overhead suplex. Knox’s momentum sent her rolling to the outside, where Nikita helped her up.

» Stock climbed to the top and dove to the outside, wiping out Knox and Nikita with a somersault plancha. With Nikita knocked loopy against the guardrail, Stock tossed Knox back into the ring and proceeded to befuddle her with a series of lucha counters and armdrags. Stock followed the flurry of offense with a spinning back-to-back backbreaker rack before driving the back of Knox’s head and shoulders to the canvas with the Dark Angel Driver for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Sarah Stock

Aftermath:

The referee raised Stock’s hand in victory as she threw more of her trademark kisses to the fans while Nikita entered the ring to check on Knox. After helping Knox to her feet, Nikita charged Stock from behind with a kick to the back that sent Stock face first into the turnbuckle. With Stock laid out in the corner, Knox and Nikita proceeded to put the boots to her. Several referees entered the ring to stop the attack. But the Queens of Wrestling willingly left the ring, satisfied with their beatdown of Stock.


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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #8 on: December 23, 2007, 10:00:56 AM »
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December 8th 2007
Toyota Center
Houston, Texas

Ringside:

LuFisto entered the ring and went to the second rope in each corner, acknowledging the fans. Knox accompanied Nikita to ringside, both wearing their new Queens of Wrestling T-shirts. They looked unimpressed by LuFisto, mocking her height. LuFisto grabbed the microphone and said that Nikita and Knox might call themselves the Queens of Wrestling, but that she was, undeniably, the Queen of Hardcore. Nikita and Knox rolled their eyes at the statement.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A
LuFisto vs. Nikita (w. Rebecca Knox)

» The early part of the match saw Nikita continue to mock LuFisto's height. Nikita challenged LuFisto to a t est of strength. Nikita held her arm fully extended upward so that the shorter LuFisto couldn't reach her hand. Nikita pointed at LuFisto and laughed while Knox applauded and laughed at ringside. Nikita tried to play the prank on LuFisto again, but LuFisto responded with a slap across the face. LuFisto used a series of powerful forearms and kicks to break Nikita down.

» Reeling from LuFisto's offense, Nikita rolled to the outside. LuFisto climbed to the top rope, spotting Nikita on the floor with her back turned. As Nikita turned to face the ring, LuFisto dove from the top rope. At the last second, Knox shoved Nikita out of the way, causing LuFisto to crash face first into the guardrail. Nikita tossed LuFisto back inside. Nikita dropped LuFisto with a uranage cross-knee backbreaker. Nikita followed that up with a spinning neck breaker across her knee for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Nikita

Aftermath:

Knox entered the ring to celebrate the victory with Nikita. They turned their attention to LuFisto, who was down on the canvas, holding her neck and back. They looked poised to launch an attack on her when Sarah Stock ran down to the ring and got between the Queens and the downed LuFisto. Stock stared them down in a fighting stance. But, despite having the numbers advantage, Knox and Nikita backed down and left the ring, continuing the stare down with Stock until they were out of sight.

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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #9 on: December 23, 2007, 10:12:33 AM »
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December 12th 2007
FedExForum
Memphis, Tennessee

Ringside:

Toshie Uematsu came to the ring, followed by Wesna Busic. Styles said he was surprised Toshie was not accompanied by her GAEA classmate Meiko Satomura. Styles added that he still was not sure why Toshie had abandoned Meiko during the JPC's debut match on the November 7th Shockwave. Toshie ascended to the second turnbuckle, taunting the crowd and spitting water into the air. Corino reminded Styles that Toshie seemed to have taken Wesna under her wing.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B
Toshie Uematsu (w. Wesna Busic) vs. Melissa Stripes

» Melissa Stripes was tentative at first as Toshie Uematsu stalled, avoiding initial contact and taunting the fans. When they finally locked up, Stripes was able to take Toshie down with some chain wrestling. Toshie, however, had a counter to escape every attempt Stripes made at tying her up. Stripes stretched out her offense with an Irish whip, but Toshie put on the breaks. With no hesitation, Stripes charged, going for a cross body. But Toshie bridged back and Stripes' momentum sent her face first into the corner.

» Toshie seized the opportunity and started laying into Stripes' lower back and legs with series of kicks. With Stripes hobbled, Toshie took control and dropped Stripes on her head and neck with a brainbuster. Toshie laid Stripes out in the middle of the ring and methodically climbed to the top rope before crashing down on Stripes' prone body with a frog splash. Toshie covered Stripes for a two count before pulling her shoulders up and rolling her over and locking in an STF. Stripes tapped out quickly.

Winner(s): Toshie Uematsu

Aftermath:

Toshie celebrated her victory, going to each corner on the second turnbuckle and taunting the fans. Wesna entered the ring and applauded her mentor. Toshie returned to the middle of the ring and offered Stripes a hand. Stripes accepted the honorable gesture and stood up, shaking Toshie's hand. Toshie smiled and nodded at Wesna, who promptly delivered a savate kick right to Stripes' head, knocking her out cold. Toshie laughed as Wesna looked on like an emotionless mercenary.


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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #10 on: December 23, 2007, 10:16:55 AM »
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December 15th 2007
The Pyramid
Memphis, Tennessee

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block A Final
Ayako Hamada (w. Mariko Yoshida) vs. Nikita (w. Rebecca Knox)

» Nikita went on the offensive early, working over Ayako's back. Ayako tried to create some distance and counter Nikita's offense. But Nikita was able to hit two big moves, a fall-away slam and a spinning backbreaker. Nikita went for the cover, but only got a two count. Nikita set Ayako up for a uranage, but Hamada countered with elbow to the back of Nikita's head. With some distance created, Ayako picked up the pace, spinning Nikita around with armdrag combos.

» Nikita rolled out of the ring, calling for a timeout, but Ayako went after her. Knox approached Ayako from behind, but backed off when Yoshida rounded the corner. Ayako charged with a knee-level dropkick that sent Nikita face first to the floor. Ayako hopped on the ring apron and dove on Nikita with senton. Ayako rolled Nikita into the ring and dropped her with a Hama-Chan Cutter. Ayako climbed to the top turnbuckle and hit a Super Quebrada for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Ayako Hamada

Aftermath:

Knox entered the ring to check on her partner as Hamada and Yoshida acted as if it were just another day at the office. Joey Styles talked about how the stage was half set for the tournament final at Terminus where Hamada would face either Toshie Uematsu or Sarah Stock. Corino reminded everyone that his money was on Uematsu because he had worked with her during one of his many tours in Japan. Styles said crowning a champion was on the beginning.


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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #11 on: December 23, 2007, 10:19:23 AM »
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December 19th 2007
Idaho Center
Nampa, Idaho

Ringside:

Toshie Uematsu was accompanied at ringside by Wesna Busic as she had been throughout the tournament. Steve Corino reminded everyone about the recent backstage altercation between Toshie and Meiko Satomura. Corino said this would be a good thing for Toshie to not be in the shadow of Meiko while asserting her dominance over the JPC Division. Joey Styles countered that Meiko seemed sincere in wanting to support Toshie, not cast a shadow.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Block B Final
Sarah Stock vs. Toshie Uematsu (w. Wesna Busic)

» Sarah Stock started the match with a fast pace, dizzying Toshie Uematsu with a series of lucha springboards and armdrags. Toshie rolled to the outside into the arms of Wesna Busic, looking for refuge from Sarah's offense. But Sarah did not let up. She stepped out on the ring apron and dove on Toshie and Wesna, sending them both sprawling with senton suicida. Sarah got back to her feet and jumped on the guardrail for a springboard moonsault on Toshie.

» Sarah rolled Toshie back into the ring. Sarah set Toshie up for a Tiger Driver, but Toshie countered with a sunset flip. Sarah kicked out at two. Toshie narrowly avoided a kick to the head, bridging back. As Sarah followed through with the missed kick, Toshie rolled her up with a schoolgirl. Sarah kicked out again. They got to their feet with Sarah charging, but Toshie countered the charge with a small package and handful of tights for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Toshie Uematsu

Aftermath:

Toshie rolled out of the ring, celebrating the victory with Wesna. As Sarah appealed to the referee, Rebecca Knox and Nikita rushed through the crowd and into the ring, attacking Stock from behind. Rebecca dropped Sarah on her head with a release belly-to-back overhead German suplex. Nikita took her turn, executing a uranage on Sarah. With Sarah laid out on the canvas, the Queens of Wrestling raised their hands in victory to a chorus of boos.


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Re: November 7th 2007 Results
« Reply #12 on: December 23, 2007, 10:24:37 AM »
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December 22nd 2007
E Center
West Valley City, Utah

Ringside:

Wesna Busic accompanied Toshie Uematsu at ringside. Mariko Yoshida was at ringside with Ayako Hamada. Joey Styles noted that several well-known female wrestlers were at ringside for the historic match, including Nanae Takahashi, Amazing Kong and Cheerleader Melissa. Steve Corino added that he had a clear favorite in this match and that others would be wise to hop on the bandwagon. Toshie and Ayako met in the center of the ring for an intense staredown.

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship Tournament Final
Toshie Uematsu (w. Wesna Busic) vs. Ayako Hamada (w. Mariko Yoshida)

» The match started out with a lot of back and forth. Toshie realized trading strikes with Ayako probably was not the best plan of attack after eating a few spinning back kicks that staggered her. When Ayako attempted to pick up the pace with some lucha, Toshie either rolled to the outside or grabbed the ropes. As Toshie appeared to roll to the outside again, Ayako turned her back in a moment of frustration. Toshie quickly seized the opportunity to chop block Ayako.

» Toshie worked Ayako's knee over with a series of moves targeting the left leg. Ayako managed to kick out of each of Toshie's pin attempts. Ayako mounted an offensive comeback and went for a Super Quebrada. But Toshie moved out of the way of the top rope moonsault and Ayako attempted to land on her feet as a counter. Ayako hobbled on the landing and Toshie struck with another chop block. Toshie followed up with a Solarina for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s) and new Joshi Puroresu Combat Champion: Toshie Uematsu

Aftermath:

Cheerleader Melissa, Amazing Kong and Kyoko Kimura climbed over the guardrail and entered the ring to celebrate with the new champ and Wesna. Kong lifted Toshie on her shoulders. Mariko entered the ring to help Ayako out and check on her knee. Toshie grabbed the microphone and said a few words in Japanese before she realized Meiko Satomura was standing on the entrance way. Toshie dropped the microphone and pointed at Meiko before spitting in her direction.


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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #13 on: December 23, 2007, 10:29:13 AM »
Tournament recap...
Code: [Select]
1. Ayako Hamada____
                    |Ayako Hamada____
 8. Wesna Busic_____|                |
                                     |Ayako Hamada____
 4. LuFisto_________                 |                |
                    |Nikita__________|                |
 5. Nikita__________|                                 |
                                                      |Toshie Uematsu__
 3. Sarah Stock_____                                  |
                    |Sarah Stock_____                 |
 6. Rebecca Knox____|                |                |
                                     |Toshie Uematsu__|
 2. Toshie Uematsu__                 |
                    |Toshie Uematsu__|
 7. Melissa Stripes_|

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Re: The GWA's JPC Division
« Reply #14 on: February 19, 2008, 02:56:35 PM »
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January 2nd 2008
STAPLES Center
Los Angeles, California

Joshi Puroresu Combat Match
Sarah Stock vs. Nikita (w. Rebecca Knox)

» The match started out very fast-paced with Nikita going for several big impact moves, including a DDT, a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, and a T-bone suplex. Sarah had Nikita's offense well-scouted, countering each of the moves with some variation on a Mexican armdrag. Sarah broke Nikita face down to the canvas, locking in La Tapatia before transitioning into a Dragon Sleeper. With Nikita fading, Rebecca hopped on the ring apron, claiming it was an illegal choke.

» Sarah released the hold and charged Knox with a dropkick and knocking her off the ring apron. Sarah turned to face Nikita and walked right into a reverse STO. Nikita went for another tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, but Sarah countered with a flying head scissors that sent Nikita to the outside. Sarah climbed to the top rope, poised to dive on Nikita. But Rebecca entered from the other side with a chair and slammed it into Sarah's back. The referee quickly called for the bell.

Winner(s): Sarah Stock by Disqualification

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January 9th 2008
US Airways Center
Pheonix, Arizona

Joshi Puroresu Combat Match
Melissa Stripes vs. Wesna Busic (w. Toshie Uematsu)

» Stripes went for some high-flying moves and had Wesna Busic flustered with her quickness. Wesna was able to slow down the pace of the match and break Stripes down with a series of kicks to the back of her leg. Stripes countered by catching one of the kicks and turning it into a Dragon Screw leg whip. Stripes went for a 450 splash, but Wesna rolled out of the way. Wesna staggered Stripes with a kick before hitting her with the CB4 Reverse Piledriver for the pinfall.

Winner(s): Wesna Busic

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January 12th 2008
Pan American Center
Las Cruces, New Mexico

Joshi Puroresu Combat Tag Team Match
Sarah Stock & Nikki Roxx vs. The Queens of Wrestling

» Sarah rolled into the ring and the referee called for the bell. Nikita was back on the offensive, attacking Sarah as she entered the ring. Roxx continued to brawl with Rebecca on the outside before they were separated by several referees, who sent them to their respective corners. The Queens of Wrestling cut off the ring and isolated Sarah. Nikita and Rebecca made several tags and worked Sarah over with back breakers and suplexes. Sarah kicked out of several near falls.

» With the referee distracted by stopping Roxx from entering the ring, Nikita and Rebecca went for a double team but found their move countered by a rolling headlock and leg scissors that sent both Queens through the ropes. Sarah was finally able to make the hot tag. Roxx climbed to the top and dove on the Queens with a cross body suicida. Back in the ring, Roxx took Rebecca down with a bridging fall away suplex. Roxx hit the Barbie Crusher for the one, two, three.

Winner(s): Sarah Stock & Nikki Roxx

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January 16th 2008
AT&T Center
San Antonio, Texas

Joshi Puroresu Combat Match
Meiko Satomura vs. Wesna Busic (w. Toshie Uematsu)

» The match started off with Meiko and Wesna trading standing savate kicks to the legs. Just as Wesna seemed to be gaining the upper hand, Meiko summoned her trademark fighting spirit and unleashed a barrage of kicks that broke Wesna down to one knee. Meiko went for the Scorpion Rising, but Wesna caught her in mid move and stood up before delivering a powerbomb. Wesna went for the cover, but Meiko was able to kick out. Toshie was clearly frustrated.

» Wesna went on the offensive, but Meiko fired back with a series of strikes. As Meiko was gaining the upper hand, Toshie hopped up on the ring apron. Meiko turned her attention to Toshie, who quickly jumped off the ring apron. Meiko turned her attention back to Wesna and narrowly ducked a spinning back kick. Meiko broke Wesna down with a series of kicks. Meiko connected with a somersault knee drop followed by the Scorpion Rising for the pinfall victory.

Winner(s): Meiko Satomura

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January 19th 2008
Amway Arena
Orlando, Florida

Joshi Puroresu Combat Championship
Toshie Uematsu (c) (w. Wesna Busic, Cheerleader Melissa, Kyoko Kimura and Amazing Kong) vs. Meiko Satomura

» They locked up several times early on in the match with Meiko gaining the advantage. Each time, Toshie escaped to the outside and stood behind one of her REM associates. She even ran to the announce table once and stood behind Corino. Each time, Toshie managed to get back in the ring just in time to break the count. Toshie rolled to the outside again and Meiko was distracted by the REM. Toshie came back and took Meiko down with blindsided chop block.

» Toshie continued to work Meiko's knee and leg with a series of moves, including a Figure Four leg lock. Meiko was able to reach the ropes. Toshie went for a Sharpshooter, but Meiko countered by kicking Toshie off with her good leg. Despite her hobbled leg, Meiko hit a Death Valley Driver. Meiko connected with her cartwheel knee drop, but the pain from Toshie previous attack stopped her from following up. Toshie was dazed by the knee drop but instinctively rolled to the outside. Unable to get back to her feet, Toshie was counted out by the referee.

Winner(s) by Countout: Meiko Satomura

« Last Edit: February 19, 2008, 03:12:07 PM by HEN »