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Friday, May 29, 2020

[Independent Wrestling TV][PREVIEW] Sendai Girls Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament 10/27/11

Independent Wrestling TV presents Sendai Girls' 10/27/11 Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament, a single-elimination tournament featuring teams representing a number of top Japanese promotions, as well as freelance wrestlers. The first round matches in this video are as follows:

Team JWP
Command Bolshoi
Kayoko Haruyama
Kaori Yoneyama
Leon
Hanako Nakamori
vs.
Team WAVE
GAMI
Toshie Uematsu
Yumi Ohka
Shuu Shibutani
Moeka Haruhi

Team Sendai Girls
Meiko Satomura
DASH Chisako
Sendai Sachiko
Kagetsu
Miyako Morino
vs.
Team Ice Ribbon
Emi Sakura
Hikaru Shida
Hikari Minami
Tsukushi
Tsukasa Fujimoto

Team Stardom
Natsuki Taiyo
Yoshiko
Yoko Bito
Mayu Iwatani
Saki Kashima
vs.
Team REINA
Yumiko Hotta
Aki Kanbayashi
Zeuxis
Aoi Ishibashi
La Comandante

Team DIANA
Kyoko Inoue
Kaoru Ito
Keiko Aono
Jenny Rose
Annie Social
vs.
Team Freelance
Jaguar Yokota
Manami Toyota
Sakura Hirota
Mio Shirai
Nancy Mari

This Sendai Girls event can be seen here. And use the coupon code HW13 for a 5-day free trial to see more Sendai Girls action on Independent Wrestling TV, one of the best streaming platforms for Japanese pro-wrestling.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

[Independent Wrestling TV][PREVIEW] Sendai Girls 10th Anniversary Show 2/7/16

Independent Wrestling TV presents Sendai Girls' 2/7/16 10th Anniversary Show. Matches in this video are as follows:

Ayako Hamada
vs.
Mika Iwata

Aiger
vs.
Alex Lee

Hikaru Shida
KAORU
Nyla Rose
vs.
Hiroyo Matsumoto
Shinobu Kandori
Takako Inoue

Cassandra Miyagi
Kyoko Kimura
vs.
Hiroe Nagahama
Syuri

Aja Kong
Rydeen Hagane
vs.
DASH Chisako
Chihiro Hashimoto

Sendai Girls World Championship match
Meiko Satomura (Sendai Girls World Champion)
vs.
Io Shirai

This Sendai Girls event can be seen here. And use the coupon code HW13 for a 5-day free trial to see more Sendai Girls action on Independent Wrestling TV, one of the best streaming platforms for Japanese pro-wrestling.

[Michinoku Pro][UPDATE] 27th Anniversary 2020 Tokyo Conference Vol. 3 6/19/20 event cancelled

Due to the prevention of new coronavirus infection, the 27th Anniversary 2020 Tokyo Conference Vol. 3 event that was scheduled to take place on June 19 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo has been cancelled. The ticket refund method is as follows:

If your purchase was made at Lawson Ticket: Tickets will be refunded directly at the Lawson and Ministop stores. Please come to the store with your unused tickets.
* Customers who have received the delivery will be refunded at the nearest Lawson store.
* Customers who have not yet been issued a ticket at a store will have the ticket issued once at the store and a refund will be made at that store.

If your purchase was made via e+: The reimbursement method depends on the method that you received/paid for the ticket. Please confirm which refund method will be used here. For inquiries, click here. The refund period is June 1 to June 30.

Customers who purchased elsewhere (wrestlers and staff): Michinoku Pro will correspond for refund and transfer. For a refund, provide your ticket, name, contact information, and refund information (bank name, branch name, account number, and account name ). Enclose it and mail the ticket to Michinoku Professional Wrestling:
〒020-0752
岩手県滝沢市大釜白山50-20 株式会社陸奥 チケット返金係

[Michinoku Pro] The Beginnings of Michinoku Pro and the Journey It Has Made

Michinoku Pro was born when The Great Sasuke decided that he wanted to bring pro-wrestling to his hometown of Iwate. This town is located in the Tōhoku region, and that is the inspiration for the company's name- the north-eastern area of the Tōhoku region was called, "Michinoku" ("end of the road") during the ancient era of Japan.



In Michinoku Pro's beginning, the staff consisted solely of owner/founder The Great Sasuke and other members of the Michinoku Pro roster. Michinoku Pro made its debut on March 16, 1993 at Yahaba Townsman Gymnasium in front of 1,200 fans. It was an impressive card, featuring talents such as TAKA Michinoku, Super Delfin, Gran Hamada, and The Great Sasuke, as well as Black Man and El Signo from Mexico, and Kendo from the Dominican Republic.

In 1995, Michinoku Pro debuted its own singles tournament that is still presented by the company to this day. Called "Fukumen World League", the tournament features masked talents from around the world. Dos Caras, Tiger Mask, Atlantis, The Great Sasuke, and Caristico are all masked wrestlers who are highly respected worldwide and have been winners of the tournament. Michinoku Pro will be hosting Fukumen World League again this year, with plans on involving masked talents from Japan, other Asian countries, America, Mexico, Latin American countries, and European countries.



Every promotion eventually experiences their first major rulebreaker faction, and for Michinoku Pro that moment occurred in the 90's in the form of Kaientai Deluxe, consisting of Dick Togo, Mens Teioh, Shiryu, TAKA Michinoku, Shoichi Funaki, Hanzo Nakajima, and Super Boy.



Kaientai Deluxe battled against the fan favorites of Michinoku Pro in many matches, a highlight match being the encounter between Kaientai Deluxe (in the form of Dick Togo, Mens Teioh, and Shoichi Funaki) and the team of Gran Hamada, Gran Naniwa, Masato Yakushiji, Super Delfin, and Tiger Mask at the Michinoku Pro 3rd Anniversary event in October 1996.

Kaientai Deluxe even made their presence known outside of Michinoku Pro, with Dick Togo, TAKA Michinoku, and Mens Teioh, appearing in ECW as representatives of the Japan branch of the Blue World Order faction, where they feuded with The Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada, Gran Naniwa, and Masato Yakushiji in 1997.



Kaientai Deluxe's influence moved to WWE that next year, as Togo, Michinoku, and Shoichi Funaki all wrestled for the company representing the faction. But the Kaientai Deluxe era in Michinoku Pro did not end before TAJIRI and Gran Hamada represented the faction that year as well.

In August 2002, history was made when Michinoku Pro crowned its first Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion. The company's singles title was won by Dick Togo. Since then, other notable wrestlers have become a part of the Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship's legacy, such as The Great Sasuke, Kenoh, Atlantis, TAKA Michinoku, Super Delfin, KAGETORA, Takeshi Minamino, MUSASHI, and current Champion Rui Hyūgaji.



In April 2003, The Great Sasuke became a legislator in the Iwate Prefectural Assembly. He had been running Michinoku Pro up to this point, but with his political career being an additional responsibility in his life, Sasuke asked Jinsei Shinzaki (who was one of the wrestlers on Michonoku Pro's roster at the time) to run the company for him.



In November 2003, after its appearances in WWE and ECW years earlier, the story of Kaientai Deluxe came full circle, as Dick Togo, Hanzo Nakajima, Mens Teioh, Shiryu, and TAKA Michinoku reunited in Michinoku Pro to form the faction once again, defeating Chinnen Hokkai, Hayate, Jinsei Shinzaki, Kazuya Yuasa, and Kesen Numajiro at Michinoku Pro's 10th Anniversary event.

In July 2004, history was made again, with Michinoku Pro crowning its first Tohoku Tag Team Champions. Jinsei Shinzaki & Último Dragón won the title, and since then the Tohoku Tag Team Championship has also been won by other standout teams such as Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kensuke Sasaki, Dick Togo & The Great Sasuke, and current Champions Yapper Man 1 & Yapper Man 2. The teams with the most outstanding records as Tohoku Tag Team Champions are the teams of Ikuto Hidaka & Minoru Fujita, and Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei. Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei hold the record for the team with the most reigns as Champions, with 4 reigns under their belts. During their first reign, Hidaka & Fujita held the title for a record length of 725 days. During that reign, they unified the Tohoku Tag Team Championship with the UWA World Tag Team Title, a title which has a very historical past that began in the Mexico-based Universal Wrestling Association.



Kaientai Deluxe made one more appearance in December 2018 at a Michinoku event, as Dick Togo, Mens Teioh, and Shiryu represented the faction in a match against Super Delfin, The Great Sasuke, and Ultimo Dragon. Both teams battled to a time limit draw. Only time will tell whether Kaientai Deluxe will reunite again in a Michinoku Pro ring in the future.

In December 2019, Michinoku Pro had a sellout, standing room only event with an attendance of 1,890 at the Korakuen Hall, the highest reported attendance at the Korakuen Hall to date for a pro-wrestling event since April 2015.



Thursday, May 21, 2020

[STREAMING] Independent Wrestling TV and Japanese Wrestling

Japanese pro wrestling is popular all over the world, but locating sources to watch it is not always an easy task. Independent Wrestling TV is the solution to this problem. IWTV is a streaming platform that presents over 3,000 events from over 200 promotions located in every corner of the globe, including Japan's Sendai Girls, FREEDOMS, and HEAT UP. IWTV is available on Android, iOS, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and online.

IWTV is available for a monthly subscription of $10.00 or an annual subscription of $100 (which would save you $20), HOWEVER- if you use the promo code HW13, you will receive a 5-day free trial!

Click here for a 5-day free trial.
Use the promo code HW13 when you subscribe.