Thursday, July 7, 2022

[Michinoku Pro] Ticket Information for Michinoku Pro's 7/17/22 event at Sendai Hills Hotel Michinoku Hall in Sendai!

Join Michinoku Pro on July 17 (1:00 PM start time) at Sendai Hills Hotel Michinoku Hall, where the Tohoku Tag Team Championship will be on the line! You can read a preview of the event here.

Tickets are available at Lawson Ticket, Ticket Pia, e +, and via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Telephone Reservation- 019 (687) 2431.

On an important note, if you purchase a ticket from someplace other than the online shop, you will have to write your address, name, and phone number on the ticket stub (the smaller one) in order to be able to enter the arena. This is a part of contact tracing procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sunday, July 3, 2022

[Michinoku Pro][PHOTOS] Michinoku Pro’s 7/1/22 Korakuen Hall Event

You can read a report on the event here.

Attendance: 1,052

Rasse vs. Ringo Yamatani.

Rasse dominated the match with power moves and submissions, but Ringo Yamatani showed a fighting spirit.

In the end, Ringo Yamatani ultimately submitted to a Boston crab from Rasse.

Chie Koishikawa & Mei Suruga vs. Sayaka & Yuna Mizumori.

Showing what the wrestlers of Gatoh Move have to offer.

In the end, Mei Suruga won the match for her team, pinning Sayaka.

Jinsei Shinzaki & Manjimaru vs. GAINA & Taro Nohashi.

GAINA & Taro Nohashi hold many championships.

Jinsei Shinzaki & Manjimaru had their hands full in this match, but they come up with an effective strategy.

Manjimaru forced Taro Nohashi to submit to an STF.

The Great Sasuke, Ultraman Robin, and Pretty Ota vs. Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, and Dump Matsumoto (w/ ZAP).

Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, and Dump Matsumoto battered their opponents relentlessly with weapons.

In the end, Dump Matsumoto picked up the win over The Great Sasuke.

New Generation's Ayumu Gunji, Koji Kawamura, Yasutaka Oosera, and Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Rui Hyugaji, Ken45, Yappeman No. 1, and Yappeman No. 2.

The war between New Generation and the current generation of Michinoku Pro continues.

This match was a victory for the current generation, with Ken45 pinning Yasutaka Oosera after delivering his, "BARONESS" finisher.

Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion MUSASHI put his championship on the line against 2-time former champion Fujita Jr. Hayato.

This was a match filled with stiff forearm strikes, kicks, headbutts, near-falls, and more.

After 30 minutes of action, Fujita Jr. Hayato became the new Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion.