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EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« on: February 08, 2008, 03:23:40 PM »
Michiko Omukai returns to wrestling, forms EGOIST Pro Wrestling! - By Irving, on February 10th, 2008

Michiko Omukai today held a press conference to announce her return to the wrestling world, not as a wrestler, but as a promoter.  P-Tech representative Tatsuya Takeshi was on hand, as the two announced the formation of EGOIST Pro Wrestling!  Omukai said that the closure of M’s Style left a big hole in her heart, and that since her retirement, she hasn’t been herself.  She said that the meaning of this promotion was simple: To fill the hole made by the closure of JDStar in 2007, and M’s Style back in 2006, and give the fans great wrestling.  P-Tech would be coming on board as their major sponsor and money mark, and they had gathered 4 girls that were either freelance or were pulled from another promotion, Omukai announcing that Yumi Ohka, Kana, Hanako Kobayashi and Mai Ichii were official members of the promotion, calling it home!  That brought out the four, each giving a short sentence.  Mai Ichii was just happy to have a place to call her wrestling home, while she kept training in MMA.  Hanako said her goal was to learn from some of the best, and start her climb up the ranks.  Kana said that this gave her another place to work, and she was happy, her comeback to wrestling going very smoothly.  As for Yumi Ohka, she said that this would be the beginning of her complete resurrection, as freelancing was helping rebuild herself for this year, and she soon would be back to her former self, back to the top flight of Joshi Puroresu.

Omukai also announced a partnership with Mariko Yoshida and S-Ovation, who would be loaning workers to EPW, as would JWP and MAKEHEN.  That left Omukai to announce the date for their first show: March 16th at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.  Omukai asked for fans to come out and support EPW, and help make them the biggest promotion in Japan.

EGOIST, 3/16/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring


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EGOIST Pro Wrestling Roster:


1. Yumi Ohka

A good friend of Michiko Omukai, Yumi Ohka has been freelancing with JWP as of late, JDStar having closed in June last year, leaving no place for her to call home.  Her surgically repaired left knee hasn’t given her any problems since her full time return to wrestling, and she has reclaimed her position as a top tier wrestler.
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2. Kana

Still a somewhat a freelancer, Kana is calling EPW her home, and has said that she is going to spend much of her time here, while still working dates for Ice Ribbon, as she is a friend of Emi Sakura.  Her ample rear end gets used as a finisher, a hard Hip Attack to the face/chest.
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3. Hanako Kobayashi

Leaving Kaoru Ito’s dojo is hard, but for Hanako Kobayashi, she has viewed it as a big change in her career, as she can grow even more.  She is also still very young, only 18, and could benefit from working with Mariko Yoshida.
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4. Mai Ichii

Also leaving the Ito Dojo is Mai Ichii, after a very big disagreement with Kaoru Ito over her MMA career choices.  Just as quickly as she left one home, she found another, joining EPW, while also training for Smackgirl fights.
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Freelance/Other:


5. Ayumi Kurihara (Free)

With a load of dropkicks and stiffness, Ayumi Kurihara is fast becoming a name in Japan, while also bussing tables at her family’s restaurant.  Ayumi started out in M’s Style and AtoZ, and since has been training with Mariko Yoshida, and has been on her Ibuki shows, but is still freelance, rather than joining with S-Ovation.
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6. Shu Shibutani (Free)

Fans took general notice of Shu Shibutani after her match against Ayumi Kurihara during the Princess League in 2006, as she showed a stiff, hateful side that had never been shown.  She has grown much more as a wrestler, and that stiff side still shows, along with a new lucha style she picked up before the end of 2007.
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7. Kyoko Kimura (Free)

Kyoko Kimura’s career has been all over the place, but most recently, it has been in BattlARTS, where she has learned shoot-style, and has since employed it in her matches, with varying degrees of success.  If the shoot-style doesn’t seem to work, she still has her hard-knock brawling style that garnered fan attention.
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8. Hiroyo Matsumoto (S-Ovation)

The strongest girl in Ibuki has been all over most of this year, working matches in JWP and for Wrestling Marvelous Future’s monthly shows, facing the likes of Kayoko Haruyama and Etsuko Mita.  She brings a much different style to EPW, offsetting the faster paced style with some much needed power.
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9. RAY (S-Ovation)

Becoming the first woman to use the regular Shooting Star Press in 2006 has gotten RAY noticed by fans, but a recent injury that required some surgery has kept her out of the ring for almost a year.  Her recent return to the ring was successful though, but it remains to be seen if her injury is 100% healed.
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10. Misaki Ohata (S-Ovation)

With no sports background, Misaki Ohata has continued to surprise fans with her general growth, training with Mariko Yoshida and becoming a good wrestler.  She has also showed a good personality, and with it her fan support has grown.
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11. Mio Shirai (MAKEHEN)

Like Hiroyo Matsumoto brings the power, Mio Shirai brings a technical wrestling style to the ring, along with a shoot-style influence, and her hard kicks.  She also employs a fast step-up enzugiri, and she can snap it off at almost any time in a match.
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12. Io Shirai (MAKEHEN)

Mio’s younger sister Io is much different, speedy and a bit crazy, the former gymnast becoming the first Japanese girl to utilize a standing Shooting Star Press, along with an impressive Moonsault.  Even her personality is a bit crazy, from her wild hair to her yelling and screaming.
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13. Cherry (UNION)

While Cherry’s age may be a mystery, her ring skills are not, her work with Mariko Yoshida transforming this once catfight girl into a bumping and flying machine, easily pulling off 450’s from the top rope.  She is also in UNION, one of several offshoots of DDT.
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14. Arisa Nakajima (JWP)

The sole member of JWP in EGOIST, Arisa comes due to Yumi Ohka’s work with JWP as a freelancer, Commando Bolshoi having becoming good friends with Ohka.  Her assertiveness in the ring has garnered her more fan support, and equal backlash from some, who think she is too assertive for an 18 year old.
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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2008, 12:04:58 PM »
3/16 EGOIST Card announced! - By Irving, on February 22nd, 2008

Via the EGOIST Pro Wrestling website, the complete card for their first show on March 16th, “First Rose”, has been announced, with outside participation from JWP, MAKEHEN and Ibuki.  Yumi Ohka will team up with Kana in the Main Event of the night to face Hiroyo Matsumoto and Kyoko Kimura in what is being billed as “True EGOIST”, while Shu Shibutani renews her rivalry with Ayumi Kurihara in a singles match right underneath, in what should be a very good match, if their past matches have any indication.  Also on the card are the Shirai Sisters, Mio and Io teaming to face RAY and Hanako Kobayashi, while UNION’s Cherry faces JWP’s Arisa Nakajima.  Opening the night all off is Misaki Ohata VS Mai Ichii, starting the night on a hot note.  GAORA Sports will be there at 1st Ring with cameras, taping this for their Puroresu King series, but an airing date has not been announced yet.

EGOIST - First Rose, 3/16/08 (GAORA)
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Misaki Ohata VS Mai Ichii
2. RAY/Hanako Kobayashi VS Mio Shirai/Io Shirai
3. Arisa Nakajima VS Cherry
4. Rivalry Reborn: Shu Shibutani VS Ayumi Kurihara
5. True EGOIST: Yumi Ohka/Kana VS Hiroyo Matsumoto/Kyoko Kimura

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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2008, 01:16:26 PM »
EGOIST - First Rose, 3/16/08
The first show in the history of EGOIST Pro Wrestling turned out to be a rousing success, 400 fans overfilling Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, while GAORA Sports’ cameras were running.  Michiko Omukai came to the ring first and thanked the fans, and promised to carry the torch into next year and beyond.  Opening the night off was Mai Ichii defeating Misaki Ohata, the younger Ohata kicked around the ring in defeat.  Ohata did nearly win the match at one point, her Crucifix Hold unable to keep Ichii down, as she kicked out right before the three count.  The Shirai Sisters started their EPW run off with a good note, beating RAY and Hanako Kobayashi.  Io pulled off her incredible Standing Shooting Star Press for the win over Hanako, leaving the more experienced RAY asking questions to Hanako backstage. 

Also getting a good beginning to an EPW run was JWP’s Arisa Nakajima, who faced and defeated a tough task in Cherry, hitting her Cutie Special for the win in a match that could’ve gone to the 15 minute time limit if Cherry had kicked out and held on.  It was that notion that had Cherry upset backstage, but she called Arisa the better wrestler, and would go back to the drawing board.  Arisa said that her winning would lead back to her regaining the JWP Junior Title that Tyrannosaurus Okuda still holds and has defended on two occasions.  After the short intermission, Shu Shibutani and Ayumi Kurihara tore Shin-Kiba to the ground with their match, renewing their rivalry that started back during the Princess League in 2006, when the two went to a 15 minute time limit in the block stage.  The two tore into each other, vicious slaps, kicks and dropkicks echoing through 1st Ring, the two holding nothing back.  The result was similar to their league match 2 years earlier: A draw, this time 20 minutes elapsing with neither girl able to get a pinfall.  The post match this time though, was much more civilized, the two hugging rather than continuing their brawl.  Shu said that she felt a renewed vigor that only this rivalry could bring to her, and then said that she would like to team with Ayumi again, to restart SHIBUKURI, and take over the tag ranks.  Ayumi agreed, and said that she would ask Mariko Yoshida for special training sessions, so they could develop some combinations.

“True EGOIST” proved to be a nice way to end the evening, all 4 speeding through a good match that sent the fans home happy, as Kimura booted Kana in the face while Hiroyo held Yumi in an Argentine Backbreaker, allowing her to  take home the win.  Hiroyo said that it felt good to be the biggest and strongest girl in EPW, and said that she would use it to her advantage, and sweep away the competition.  Kimura said that while Hiroyo was powerful, she was bringing the shoot-style influence, and while she wasn’t able to finish Kana off with it tonight, she promised to do so in the future.  Yumi Ohka took the house mic after the match while Hiroyo and Kimura walked to the back and said that she would rebound and continue to build towards being one of the best currently in Japan, and asked the fans for their support of her as she tries to make her run towards the top flight in Japan.  Kana said nothing, instead holding the left side of her face where Kimura kicked it in, rubbing it gently as it started to turn red.  Michiko Omukai came back out to end the night, and thank the fans once again for coming, as they made the first show successful.  Omukai said that there would be another show in April, but the date had not been set, and they would be announcing more of their schedule in the coming weeks.

EGOIST - First Rose, 3/16/08 (GAORA)
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
400 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Mai Ichii def. Misaki Ohata (8:14) with the Triangle Kick.
2. Mio Shirai/Io Shirai def. RAY/Hanako Kobayashi (10:32) when Io used a Standing Shooting Star Press on Hanako.
3. Arisa Nakajima def. Cherry (13:27) with the Cutie Special.
4. Rivalry Reborn: Shu Shibutani drew Ayumi Kurihara (20:00) when the Time Limit expired.
5. True EGOIST: Hiroyo Matsumoto/Kyoko Kimura def. Yumi Ohka/Kana (13:55) when Kimura used a Big Boot on Kana.

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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2008, 03:54:38 PM »
 April - June Schedule, Complete 4/12 Card - By Irving, on March 23rd, 2008

Shin-Kiba 1st Ring was once again the site of an EGOIST Pro Wrestling press conference, as they announced both their schedule for April through June, and the complete card for the first show in April, scheduled for April 12th.  Michiko Omukai first warmly welcomed everyone, and thanked the fans again for making their first show a success, and said that it would take continued support to make everything she dreamed a reality.  Omukai then announced the schedule for the next several months, which will take the group on their first trip to Osaka, as they will run Osaka Delfin Arena in late May, but for the most part, the group will stay at 1st Ring, running on Fridays and Saturdays.  There are a total of 7 shows over the next three months, with only two tapings, one at the Osaka show in May, and another at the end of June at 1st Ring.  Omukai said that the two shows for April would be taped, and more than likely be released as a DVD, as it is the beginning of a new series, called ~EXPERT~.

April - June Schedule:
1. 4/12 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
2. 4/19 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
3. 5/3 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
4. 5/24 @ Osaka Delfin Arena (GAORA)
5. 6/6 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
6. 6/20 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
7. 6/28 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring (GAORA)

Michiko then went into detail over their 4/12 card at 1st Ring.  The tag Main Event from the first show has been split into two different singles matches, as Hiroyo Matsumoto will face Kana in one match, while Kyoko Kimura faces Yumi Ohka in another.  Also on tap are two tag matches, Arisa Nakajima teaming with Hanako Kobayashi to face Cherry and RAY, while Mio Shirai and Misaki Ohata go up against Ayumi Kurihara and Mai Ichii.  Rounding out the card should be a good speed match, as Io Shirai faces Shu Shibutani.

EGOIST ~EXPERT 1~, 4/12/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Mio Shirai/Misaki Ohata VS Ayumi Kurihara/Mai Ichii
2. Io Shirai VS Shu Shibutani
3. Cherry/RAY VS Arisa Nakajima/Hanako Kobayashi
4. Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Kana
5. Kyoko Kimura VS Yumi Ohka

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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2008, 04:04:25 PM »
~EXPERT 1~, 4/12/08
EPW returned to Shin-Kiba 1st Ring for their second show and didn’t disappoint, cameras in attendance for a DVD recording to be released in the coming months. The attendance dropped a bit from the first show, but it was still a good turnout, 269 fans coming for a night of good women’s pro wrestling.  Opening up the night was a good tag match as Ayumi Kurihara and Mai Ichii teamed to beat Mio Shirai and Misaki Ohata, Ayumi taking home the win with an Uranage on Mio.  Following their draw at the 1st EPW show, Ayumi and Shu should be teaming more within the next few shows, after agreeing on the team creation after their match.  Speaking of Shu Shibutani, she also was victorious, defeating the much younger Io Shirai with a Diving Senton.  The win wasn’t without a scare for Shu, who nearly lost the match after Io hit her impressive Standing Shooting Star Press, but Shu narrowly avoided the loss with a kickout just before the three count.  Io was rather upset with herself backstage, saying that the Shooting Star should’ve ended the match, but instead, Shu kicked out, and then rallied home for the win.

Arisa Nakajima mentioned on her blog a few days ago that she had decided on a name for her tag team with Hanako Kobayashi, and considering the fact that they both wear the color pink, she decided on “Pretty in Pink”, which they were announced as in the ring in their match against Cherry and RAY.  Unfortunately for them, they were on the losing end, Cherry beating the younger and slightly inexperienced Hanako with her Cherry-ton Bomb from the top rope.  This of course, didn’t set Hanako back, as instead she asked Arisa to train with her more, so they could work better together as a team, and eventually take over the tag ranks.  The strongest girl in EGOIST Pro just keeps getting stronger, as tonight Hiroyo Matsumoto made Kana tapout to an Argentine Backbreaker, completely decimating her en route to the win.  Hiroyo made only one promise after the match: That she would soon be the top girl in EPW, and soon, nobody on the roster, no outsiders that they would bring in could stop her from reigning supreme.  Kana said that her return to wrestling has been tougher than expected, but would continue to fight her hardest, and make all of EPW proud.

The Main Event was a good clash between two of the top girls in EPW, as Yumi Ohka faced and defeated Kyoko Kimura in what was the longest match of the night, using her Neck Hanging Bomb (Sitout Chokebomb) for the win in just over 15 and a half minutes.  The back and forth affair got Shin-Kiba onto the edge of their seats, as while Kyoko worked over Yumi’s back, Yumi worked over Kyoko’s head and neck, leading into the finish.  Kimura nearly used her BattlARTS experience to get the win with a surprise Ankle Hold, but Ohka escaped by virtue of a rope break, and soon thereafter, reclaimed the top spot in the match, and took home the win.  Yumi took the house mic after the match and praised Kyoko’s effort, but that tonight, she was the better wrestler.  Kyoko was pissed off backstage, claiming that she would train with the BattlARTS crew more than ever before, and would get her revenge over Yumi in the future.  Michiko Omukai ended the show in the ring, thanking the fans for attending only the 2nd show, and plugged the next show later this month, on the 19th, right back at 1st Ring.   

EGOIST ~EXPERT 1~, 4/12/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
269 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Ayumi Kurihara/Mai Ichii def. Mio Shirai/Misaki Ohata (9:05) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Mio.
2. Shu Shibutani def. Io Shirai (8:32) with a Diving Senton.
3. Cherry/RAY def. Arisa Nakajima/Hanako Kobayashi (13:38) when Cherry used the Cherry-ton Bomb on Hanako.
4. Hiroyo Matsumoto def. Kana (10:46) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
5. Yumi Ohka def. Kyoko Kimura (15:49) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.
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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #5 on: February 19, 2008, 02:21:00 PM »
4/19 ~EXPERT~ card, news and notes - By Irving, on April 15th, 2008

By way of the EGOIST Pro website, they have announced the complete card for ~EXPERT 2~, on the 19th.  The unofficial mini-tournament of sorts ends in the Main Event, as Yumi Ohka will go one on one with Hiroyo Matsumoto, Kyoko Kimura will face Kana, and SHIBUKURI face Cherry and RAY.  Like ~EXPERT 1~, this show will be taped for a DVD release.  Michiko Omukai also mentioned in a blog posting that she was in the thinking stages regarding a league for a title belt, as she thinks it will bring out another side in all the wrestlers involved.  Omukai didn’t elaborate much, but said that it could take place in July or August, depending on what they scheduled for those two months.  Shu Shibutani and Ayumi Kurihara have been busy training at 1st Ring over the past few days, developing a team combo finisher for use in their match against Cherry and RAY, an Uranage/Diving Senton combo that they exhibited on MAKEHEN’s Yuka Mitsuya in a special session.  Shu promised that with this they would be unstoppable, and they would make that clear on the 19th.

EGOIST ~EXPERT 2~, 4/19/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Arisa Nakajima VS Misaki Ohata
2. Mai Ichii/Hanako Kobayashi VS Mio Shirai/Io Shirai
3. Kyoko Kimura VS Kana
4. Cherry/RAY VS Ayumi Kurihara/Shu Shibutani
5. Yumi Ohka VS Hiroyo Matsumoto
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« Reply #6 on: February 20, 2008, 12:20:14 PM »
~EXPERT 2~, 4/19/08
Again at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, with another DVD taping, ~EXPERT~ 2 taking center stage in front of another good crowd, 252 fans taking seats for the third EGOIST Pro Wrestling show.  Opening the show tonight was JWP’s Arisa Nakajima, who defeated Ibuki’s Misaki Ohata in a good paced match-up.  Misaki showed her growing skills once more, but much like her last two matches, she was defeated.  The Shirai Sisters rolled through with another victory, this time over Mai Ichii and Hanako Kobayashi, Hanako once again tasting Io’s SSP in the loss.  Ichii’s fiery temper nearly got the better of her, as she got in Hanako’s face, the two former Ito Dojo trainees almost ready to come to blows, but they held off, and walked out of the ring together.  This isn’t the first time things have been rocky for Mai Ichii and one of her friends or partners, as she was involved in a bitter feud with friend Natsuki*Taiyo in their Gatokunnyan days, before Natsuki left.

Kyoko Kimura also took home another win, this time over Kana, who’s return to the ring hasn’t been a very successful one, as she has won a few matches here and there, but has been on the losing end most of the time.  Here was no different, as she was submitted with the Kimura Lock.  Kyoko backstage said that her harder training with BattlARTS was already paying off, but vowed to train even harder, as there was someone at the peak that she wanted to face, and she would stop at nothing to face her.  The shortest of intermissions helped keep the crowd hot for the Semi-Main, as SHIBUKURI had their first tag match in EPW, facing Cherry and RAY.  There formation proved to be successful, as their combo finisher of an Uranage and a Diving Senton hit hard on Cherry, who was left with an in pained stomach, Shu’s Diving Senton hitting really hard.  Ayumi congratulated Shu backstage, and said that their teamwork was paying off, and they were able to hold up their promise, and made things very clear to the rest of the tag division in EPW.  Ayumi agreed, but said that they would continue to train and get even better as a team, as this was only a taste of what was to come for the rest of the year.

As for the Main Event, the unofficial mini tournament of sorts came to an end in a draw, neither Yumi Ohka or Hiroyo Matsumoto able to get a pinfall over the other, the 20 minutes elapsing in a well fought match.  Yumi’s back was still sore from her match against Kyoko only a week ago, and Hiroyo used it to her advantage, striking at it early, in an attempt to make Ohka weak, and then lock in the Argentine Backbreaker to win.  Hiroyo did make Ohka weak, but the Argentine Backbreaker came much too late, as Ohka blocked nearly every attempt at the move.  When Hiroyo did finally get the move locked in, it was only seconds from the time limit, and Ohka held on to take the draw.  Hiroyo pounded the mat in frustration while the ring doctor checked on Ohka, the battle proving very tough on Yumi, but not as much on Hiroyo, who left the ring angry.  She vowed to beat Ohka, as she said a new rivalry was born tonight, and there was a newfound drive for her to win.  Ohka was also upset, but rather than at Hiroyo, it was at herself, as she was happy that she was able to hold on, but upset that she wasn’t able to take control of Hiroyo, and beat her.  Ohka said that she would petition for another match against Hiroyo in the near future, saying that she would like to face her maybe at EPW’s first show in Osaka next month, or maybe even sooner.

EGOIST ~EXPERT 2~, 4/19/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
252 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Arisa Nakajima def. Misaki Ohata (10:19) with the Cutie Special.
2. Mio Shirai/Io Shirai def. Mai Ichii/Hanako Kobayashi (9:22) when Io used a Standing Shooting Star Press on Hanako.
3. Kyoko Kimura def. Kana (9:39) with the Kimura Lock.
4. Ayumi Kurihara/Shu Shibutani def. Cherry/RAY (15:37) when Shu pinned Cherry after and Uranage/Diving Senton combo.
5. Yumi Ohka drew Hiroyo Matsumoto (20:00) when the Time Limit expired.
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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #7 on: February 20, 2008, 05:19:11 PM »
5/3 EXPERT Card, partial 5/24 Osaka - By Irving, on April 27th, 2008

Complete card for EPW’s 5/3 ~EXPERT~ show has been released, along with a partial card for their first show in Osaka later this month, on the 24th.  Not much in the way of special matches, bar Io Shirai verses RAY, and SHIBUKURI verses Arisa Nakajima and Misaki Ohata, but a good all round card.  Main Event has Yumi Ohka teaming with Mai Ichii to face Hiroyo Matsumoto and Kyoko Kimura, as it looks like plans are in motion to pit Yumi and Hiroyo at each other again.

EGOIST ~EXPERT 3~, 5/3/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Kana VS Hanako Kobayashi
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Shu Shibutani VS Arisa Nakajima/Misaki Ohata
3. Mio Shirai VS Cherry
4. Io Shirai VS RAY
5. Yumi Ohka/Mai Ichii VS Hiroyo Matsumoto/Kyoko Kimura

As for the Osaka card, there were three matches announced, as Kana will face Misaki Ohata, Hanako Kobayashi goes for what could be her second win (if she beats Kana on the 3rd) against Shu Shibutani, and a 14-Woman Battle Royale, with eliminations coming by pinfall, submission, or by being thrown over the top rope.

EGOIST in Osaka, 5/24/08 (GAORA)
Osaka Delfin Arena

1. Kana VS Misaki Ohata
2. Hanako Kobayashi VS Shu Shibutani
3. 14-Woman Battle Royale

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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2008, 12:57:03 PM »
~EXPERT 3~, 5/3/08
The 4th straight show at 1st Ring was yet another good show from EPW, the attendance dropping a bit more, with competition from other promotions, but still a good crowd of 193 fans coming.  Opening the show tonight was Kana, who finally got her first win as a member of EGOIST, beating Hanako Kobayashi, who is also still looking for her first win.  Kana used a Shining Hip Attack to finish Hanako off, and was very pleased with herself, and with Hanako, whom she shook hands with after the match.  SHIBUKURI also took home a win, this their 2nd, as they beat JWP’s Arisa Nakajima and Misaki Ohata in a fast tag match.  Kurihara took home the win over Misaki, an Uranage more than enough to beat her.  Their two wins thus far have been very impressive, the two quickly showing their abilities as a team, and becoming THE team to beat in EPW.  Intermission took place right after the 2nd match, a video hyping the first ever EPW show in Osaka later this month, on the 24th. 

Back from intermission, and Cherry had a rather tough time with Mio Shirai, the 20 year old nearly winning the match on more than three occasions, but in the end, a well timed CherryRana won the match for Cherry, while Mio argued that she had kicked out before the three.  The other match between the two teams saw Io Shirai face RAY in a sprint match, and although Io broke out her Standing Shooting Star Press, and her Moonsault Press, it wasn’t enough, and much like her older sister, lost, but to her own move, RAY busting out a Moonsault Press of her own for the win.  Mio and Io backstage said that they would soon grab their own redemption and defeat them, and move forward towards a match against SHIBUKURI.  Cherry said that their inexperience was proved in how they both lost, both being overzealous with how they were working their matches.  Michiko Omukai came out inbetween the Semi-Main and Main to sit down at ringside and watch the Main Event, taking the house mic quickly to thank the fans, and plug the show in Osaka, for the fans that wished to make the trek. 

The worst thing that could happen to Yumi Ohka, of all the things that could’ve happened in the Main Event,  did happen to her.  Late in the match, Ohka was being worked over in the center of the ring, and made a triumphant comeback, pump-kicking both Hiroyo and Mai to the mat.  Ohka got Mai to come into the ring, but instead of helping Yumi, who’s back was turned, Ichii gave a pump kick to the back of Yumi’s head, and left her in the ring for dead!  Hiroyo got to her feet and gave Ohka a deadly Backdrop Driver, and got an easy three count.  It was after Hiroyo stood next to Kyoko and Mai, over the body of Yumi Ohka that they announced the formation of CHAOTICS!  Hiroyo took the house mic and told the fans to major boos that she was tired of being seen as a younger wrestler, and claimed that she was stronger than any wrestler in EGOIST, JWP, SUN, any wrestling promotion!  She said CHAOTICS was created with one purpose: To bring chaos to any promotion they’re in, and weaken the company to its knees.  Ohka and Omukai both were appalled at the formation, Omukai herself saying that she felt so angry that she wanted to come out of retirement and beat all 3, but she knew better than to do so, saying that she didn’t want to risk her marriage.  Ohka instead offered herself for the job, saying that her goal was to become the ace of EPW, and that the only way to get to that level was to beat all of them. 

EGOIST ~EXPERT 3~, 5/3/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
193 Fans

1. Kana def. Hanako Kobayashi (8:23) with a Shining Hip Attack.
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Shu Shibutani def. Arisa Nakajima/Misaki Ohata (11:39) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Ohata.
3. Cherry def. Mio Shirai (10:20) with the CherryRana.
4. RAY def. Io Shirai (9:46) with a Moonsault Press.
5. Hiroyo Matsumoto/Kyoko Kimura def. Yumi Ohka/Mai Ichii (12:55) when Hiroyo used a Backdrop Driver on Ohka.

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Re: EGOIST Pro Wrestling
« Reply #9 on: February 26, 2008, 12:11:26 PM »
Full EGOIST in Osaka Card - By Irving, on May 14th, 2008

The complete card for EPW’s first trip into Osaka has been released, with some big matches scheduled, including the already announced 14-Woman Battle Royal, with every girl on this show entered.  Ayumi Kurihara teams with Arisa Nakajima for one night only to face Cherry and RAY in tag action to open the show, while the Main Event has an all out battle, as Yumi Ohka teams with the Shirai Sisters to face all three members of CHAOTICS.

EGOIST in Osaka, 5/24/08 (GAORA)
Osaka Delfin Arena

1. Ayumi Kurihara/Arisa Nakajima VS Cherry/RAY
2. Kana VS Misaki Ohata
3. Hanako Kobayashi VS Shu Shibutani
4. Hiroyo Matsumoto/Kyoko Kimura/Mai Ichii VS Yumi Ohka/Mio Shirai/Io Shirai
5. 14-Woman Battle Royale