TJPW Summer Sun Princess ’22 (9/7/22) Review

The Diamond Ass is versatile. Credit: TJPW

I can’t imagine anyone reading this is interested in my private life, but I spent the last five days in a field, baking in the sun, drinking too much beer and watching loads of live music, so to say I’m a bit frazzled is an understatement. Therefore, if this is even more nonsensical than usual, you have to forgive me because that’s the law. And yes, I could have waited a day or two, but I was desperate to watch this show and didn’t want to.

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TJPW Additional Attack (19/6/22) Review

That didn’t go to plan. Credit: TJPW

With CyberFest out of the way, TJPW was back to being on their lonesome with another trip to Korakuen. Thanks to the big show, this had a bit of an interrupted build, but we’ve still got ourselves a hell of a main event as Shoko tried to complete the double over Yuka and claim the tag titles. Could she do it? Let’s find out.

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TJPW Spring Tour (29/5/22) Review

The bunny wasn’t being this friendly during their match. Credit: TJPW

With Miyu Yamashita, Maki Itoh and Yuka Sakazaki still in America, TJPW were missing a few big hitters for their first show in a couple of weeks. Thankfully, they had a plan. We’ve got a five-on-five tournament (with matches decided via a somewhat unique system) between senpais and kohais. Could the rookies pull off some upsets, or were the TJPW veterans about to defend their position? Let’s find out.

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TJPW Go Go Do It (5/5/22) Review

Well, I guess it’s nice to be loved. Credit: TJPW

TJPW finished up their busy Golden Week with a trip to Osaka. With it being a journey they only make a handful of times a year, they always make an effort to bring something a little special along, and this was no different as they had a couple of big guests and an exciting eight-person tag. Would it make for a great show? Well, let’s find out.

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TJPW Yes! Wonderland (3/5/22) Review

Kaiju vs superhero. Credit: TJPW

TJPW’s busy Golden Week continued with the biggest show of the lot, as they hit up a sold-out Korakuen (superhero vs kaiju confirmed draw) for a topsy turvy card. With AEW requesting Yuka Sakazaki’s presence on short notice, MagiRabbi vs Free WiFi was going to have to open this one so she could rush off to the airport, meaning things were all a bit backwards. Still, no matter what order the matches come in, it was TJPW in Korakuen, a combo that rarely misses.

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TJPW Still Incomplete (9/4/22) Review

Aino going for the big one. Credit: TJPW

TJPW’s first trip to Korakuen post-Sumo Hall gave us a fascinating card to play with. Yuki Aino and the pairing of Arisu Endo and Suzume are intriguing names to have at the top of the card, and it feels like we might be taking our first tentative steps into a new era. The question was whether they’d be able to carry their part of the load. Let’s find out.

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