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Sunday, November 29, 2020

[Michinoku Pro][UPDATE] The complete card for the 12/11/20 Tokyo event!

It's been a long time coming, but great things come to those who wait.

On December 13, 2019, Michinoku Pro was in action at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo with a sellout, standing room only attendance of 1,890. It was the highest reported attendance at the Korakuen Hall to date for a pro-wrestling event since April 2015.



On Friday, December 11, 6:30 PM start time, Michinoku Pro makes its return to the Korakuen Hall, the Madison Square Garden of Japan! The card will be as follows:



Yasuyoshi Ogasawara
Takuro Niki
vs.
Tatsuya Hanami (former 2AW Tag Team Champion)
Daiju Wakamatsu



"Gatoh Move" match
Emi Sakura (AEW star, legend, Asia Dream Tag Team Champion)
Suruga Mei
vs.
Baliyan Akki
Chie Koishikawa



Ken45 (former Tohoku & UWA World Tag Team Champion)
Violento Jack (King Of FREEDOM Tag Team Champion)
vs.
Jinsei Shinzaki (former Tohoku Tag Team Champion)
Rasse (former Tohoku Tag Team Champion)



Rui Hyugaji (former Tohoku & UWA World Tag Team Champion)
MUSASHI (former Tohoku Tag Team Championship)
vs.
Yasutaka Oosera
Koji Kawamura



Space War 15
Michinoku Pro's annual year-end special match! Filled with action, drama, comedy, and cosplay, this year's Space War will involve The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, Taro Nohashi, GAINA, Yapperman 1, Yapperman 2, and more!

Tickets are going quickly! This Michinoku Pro event will be limited to 647 seats. Tickets are available for sale via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Online Shop, Lawson Ticket, Ticket Pia, e+, FamiPort, Pro Wrestling Shop Champion, and Michinoku Pro Wrestling Telephone Reservation- 019 (687) 2431.

Ringside seats are 6,000 yen (6,500 yen on the day), Reserved seat A is 5,000 yen (5,500 yen on the day), and Reserved seat B is 4,500 yen (5,000 yen on the day).



Thursday, November 26, 2020

[Michinoku Pro][UPDATE] AEW star and Japanese legend Emi Sakura appearing at the 12/11/20 Tokyo event!

A very special tag-team match will be hosted by Michinoku Pro at 2020 Tokyo Tournament-Struggle for Power- on December 11 at the Korakuen Hall (6:30 PM start time). And this match will feature a legend of the ring, as Emi Sakura will be one of the participants! She is currently best known for her appearances in AEW, a United States-based company which presents a program on national TV every week.



Before joining AEW, Emi Sakura had already established herself as a legend during her career in Japan, her championship reigns including the AJW Championship, the NWA Women's Pacific Championship, the JWP Openweight Championship, the Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, the JWP Tag Team Championship, and the Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship. Sakura was also the winner of the JWP Best Bout Award in 2012.



Along with having a greatly successful career as a wrestler, Emi Sakura is also an accomplished trainer. She has been responsible for launching the careers of over 40 wrestlers, the biggest achievers being current AEW Women's Champion Hikaru Shida and former AEW Women's Champion Riho. Last year, Sakura competed with Riho in a match for the Championship at an AEW PPV event.



And when Emi Sakura comes to the Korakuen Hall on December 11, she won't be arriving alone. Sakura is the founder of Gatoh Move, a Thailand-based promotion where she is the current co-holder of the Asia Dream Tag Team Championship. Her match at this Michinoku Pro event will represent Gatoh Move, as she will team with Gatoh Move talent Mei Suruga (who was trained by Sakura) against Chie Koishikawa (another Sakura-trained Gatoh Move talent) and Baliyan Akki (who appears frequently in Gatoh Move and is the first and thus far, only Indian pro-wrestler in Japan).



Don't miss this opportunity to see Emi Sakura and Gatoh Move! This Michinoku Pro event will be limited to 647 seats. Tickets are available for sale via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Online Shop, Lawson Ticket, Ticket Pia, e+, FamiPort, Pro Wrestling Shop Champion, and Michinoku Pro Wrestling Telephone Reservation- 019 (687) 2431.

Ringside seats are 6,000 yen (6,500 yen on the day), Reserved seat A is 5,000 yen (5,500 yen on the day), and Reserved seat B is 4,500 yen (5,000 yen on the day).