TJPW 秋~花鳥月露~ (16/10/21) Review

Itoh definitely looking a miserable person who wants to leave. Credit: TJPW

Wrestle Princess II was a show of the year contender, as Tokyo Joshi delivered a feast of wonderful wrestling. However, that’s done now, and it’s time to find out what’s next. Will Miyu kick more of the internet’s favourites in the head? I certainly hope so.

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TJPW Wrestle Princess II (9/10/21) Review

The best. Credit: TJPW

It’s finally time for Wrestle Princess. TJPW’s biggest show of what has been an incredible year for the company, no matter what some people on Twitter might have decided. This card was packed with special guests and amazing match-ups, so I’m going to stop with the boring bit, and get into it. Away we go!

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TJPW 秋 ~花鳥月露~ (23/9/21) Review

I have a lot of love for these weirdos. Credit: TJPW

We are as close to Wrestle Princess as we’re ever going to get! Well, that’s not actually true, it could be the day before, but we’re as close as we’re going to get while reviewing a TJPW show. Yup, it’s the go-home show for the big one, and with the card all sorted, we’re just adding a little of polish.

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TJPW Princess Cup (14/8/21) Review

Determined Itoh-chan. Credit: TJPW

TJPW was back in Korakuen Hall, and if you’ve been paying attention recently, you’ll know that means we’re almost guaranteed a good show. The twist this time is that they were going back to back, finishing off the Princess Cup with a double-header. It meant there were no big title matches, and sadly Yuki Arai had to miss out after coming into contact with someone with COVID, but TJPW had called on some guests to flesh out the midcard, so their good streak looked safe on paper. Would that also be the reality? Time to find out.

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TJPW Don’t Miss The Signs (10/7/21) Review

No match is too big for a Goodnight Express. Credit: TJPW

Out of nowhere, this show became a test for TJPW. We already knew that Yuka would be in the US, presumably being wasted on AEW’s YouTube channel, but then Pom tested positive for the virus. While she’s thankfully doing okay, Yuki Aino and Miyu Yamashita had to go into isolation because they were close contacts. So, Tokyo Joshi had to go into this without two of their biggest stars. Thank god they’d already booked Raku’s title shot, eh?

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