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Monday, November 21, 2022

[Michinoku Pro][PREVIEW] 2022 Tokyo Tournament Vol. 2- 12/15/22

It's that time of the year again: On December 15 (6:30 PM start time) at the Korakuen Hall (the Madison Square Garden of Japan), Michinoku Pro will present their biggest show of the year.



Michinoku Pro comes to the Korakuen Hall annually in December, and this event is always highly anticipated and very successful. Michinoku Pro’s December 2019 event at the Korakuen Hall was a standing-room-only sellout with an attendance of 1,890, the highest reported attendance at the Korakuen Hall to date for a pro-wrestling event since April 2015.



The main event will be the 17th edition of “Space War”, 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, Yapper Man 1, Yapper Man 2, Taro Nohashi, Misa Karuga, Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, Pretty Ota, Ultraman Robin, and many more! The rest of the card will be as follows:

Fujita Jr. Hayato (Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion)
Manjimaru
Ken45 (former UWA World Trios Champion)
vs.
MUSASHI (Tohoku Tag Team Champion)
Kazuki Hashimoto (Tohoku Tag Team Champion and former Yokohama Shopping Street Six Man Tag Team Champion)
Yasutaka Oosera

Jinsei Shinzaki (former Tohoku and UWA World Tag Team Champion)
Dick Togo (former Tohoku Tag Team Champion)
vs.
Rui Hyugaji (former Tohoku and UWA World Tag Team Champion)
Rekka

Rasse
vs.
OSO11

"Gatoh Move" match
Chie Koishikawa
Sayaka
vs.
Mei Suruga (former Asia Dream Tag Team Champion)
Kaori Yoneyama (Former Asia Dream Tag Team Champion and YMZ owner)

Ayumu Gunji
vs.
Ringo Yamatani

Don't miss this 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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