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Monday, November 28, 2022

Michinoku Pro 1/15/23 Iwate Event! Tohoku Tag Team Championship on the Line!

Michinoku Pro will start the new year with a special event on January 15 at Takizawa City Workers’ Physical Education Center in Iwate (1:00 PM start time). Existing since 1993, Michinoku Pro was created with Iwate in mind, so many events in Iwate feature matches that are not seen anywhere else in the country.

At this Michinoku Pro event, MUSASHI & Kazuki Hashimoto will defend the Tohoku Tag Team Championship against Fujita Jr. Hayato & Rui Hyugaji. The Tohoku Tag Team Championship has the distinction of having legends a part of its legacy, such as The Great Sasuke, Jinsei Shinzaki, รšltimo Dragรณn, Kensuke Sasaki, and Dick Togo.

This will be MUSASHI & Kazuki Hashimoto’s first defense since winning the Tohoku Tag Team Championship earlier this month. While this is MUSASHI's second reign, Hashimoto has quickly shown his value as a tag team partner, making his wrestling debut in Michinoku Pro only 6 months ago, Hashimoto's 13-year career predominantly spent in BJW showcasing his abilities as a singles competitor. Meanwhile, although Fujita Jr. Hayato is the current Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion and Rui Hyugaji is the longest-reigning Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion of all time, neither of them are strangers to holding tag team gold. Hayato is a former NWA International Lightweight Tag Team Champion, and Hyugaji has held not only the Tohoku Tag Team Championship, but the UWA World Tag Team Championship as well during that 2017-2018 reign, which has a unique history with its roots older than Michinoku Pro itself. The championship was established in 1982 in the Universal Wrestling Association, which was based in Mexico.



The rest of the card will be announced in the near future, but it's already clear that this will be a must-see event! Tickets are available for sale via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Online Shop, Lawson Ticket, Ticket Pia, e+, FamiPort, and 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.

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