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Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« on: August 17, 2008, 04:56:31 PM »
Writers Note: Again, back restarting after the old topic got too, well...  old.  Lets get this restarted, shall we?  No TEW, as the hard drive that had everything on it took a major crap, and I never backed it up (Stupid me...).  That will have to wait for a bit.



Created in the closure and subsequent absence of Pro Wrestling WAVE, Shibuya Pro Wrestling is headed up by businessman Tetsuya Ishimaru, backed by pachinko developer P-Tech, along with Tickets Pia, and several other smaller sponsors, giving them a big jump in terms of money.  Joining Yumi Ohka was former WAVE member Moeka Haruhi, along with Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu, all three signing contracts, before UematsuRan quickly turned on Ohka and Haruhi, creating BLACK, their new heel stable.  Also joining the SPW roster was Kana and Francoise, the latter of which left LLPW after her contract expired, having not been booked for several months.  The promotion also joined into a working agreement with JWP, bringing Arisa Nakajima and Sachie Abe into the fold, while S-Ovation wrestlers rounded out the rest of the roster list.  We join the promotion as they get ready to announce their first show, and start along the path towards the top of Joshi Puroresu.

Shibuya Pro Wrestling Roster (As of January, 2009)

1. Yumi Ohka
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2. Moeka Haruhi
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3. Kana
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4. Francoise
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BLACK


5. Toshie Uematsu
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6. Ran Yuyu
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7. Hiroyo Matsumoto (S-Ovation)
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8. Ayumi Kurihara (S-Ovation)
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9. Sachie Abe (JWP)
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10. Arisa Nakajima (JWP)
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11. Mio Shirai (MAKEHEN)
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12. Io Shirai (MAKEHEN)
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13. Cherry (UNION)
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14. Shu Shibutani (Free)
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Titles:

SPW Singles Title: Yumi Ohka (1st Reign as champion, 12/28/08 to present, no defenses)
1. Yumi Ohka beat Hiroyo Matsumoto (18:41) with a Neck Hanging Bomb to become the 1st Champion.
« Last Edit: September 16, 2008, 02:34:20 AM by "Strong Style Master" DAMAN »

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2008, 05:18:52 PM »
good roster!

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2008, 05:35:47 PM »
SPW today released the full card for their first show, ~OPEN THE DOOR~, scheduled for August 23rd, at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring in Tokyo.  The two members that make up BLACK, Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu, will team up in the main event to face two of the regular SPW army, Yumi Ohka and Moeka Haruhi.  Also on the card, Kana will face Hiroyo Matsumoto, and Arisa Nakajima will face Cherry, both big singles matches.

SPW ~OPEN THE DOOR~, 8/23/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Francoise VS Mio Shirai
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Sachie Abe VS Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai
3. Arisa Nakajima VS Cherry
4. Kana VS Hiroyo Matsumoto
5. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu VS Yumi Ohka/Moeka Haruhi

Also released was SPW's upcoming schedule,  SPW only holding 9 more shows before the end of the year, all but one of them at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.  That one other show will be in Osaka on October 18th, at Osaka World Hall.

SPW Schedule, September - December:
1. 9/6 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
2. 9/20 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
3. 10/10 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
4. 10/18 @ Osaka World Hall
5. 10/25 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
6. 11/8 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
7. 11/21 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
8. 12/6 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
9. 12/28 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2008, 09:57:57 PM »
~OPEN THE DOOR~, 8/23/08
In front of a sellout crowd of 400 strong at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Shibuya Pro Wrestling held their first show, named ~OPEN THE DOOR~.  Yumi Ohka led out Kana, Moeka Haruhi and Francoise to the ring, and thanked the fans for coming, before asking for their support moving forward.  Francoise stayed out in the ring for the opening match of the night, a losing effort against Mio Shirai, who just so happened to pick up her first win in her career, using an STO to best Francoise.

Also in action was Ayumi Kurihara, who teamed with Sachie Abe to beat Shu Shibutani and Io Shirai, and nearly came up empty, Sachie snagging the victory with a La Magistral on Io for the win.  Things weren't over after the bell however, as Ayumi and Shu found themselves at odds, and began brawling to the back!  Another good match had Cherry facing Arisa Nakajima, UNION's only female member facing the JWP Junior Champion.  The back and forth match ended abruptly with Arisa hitting the Cutie Special, taking home the win.  Hiroyo Matsumoto was also successful in her match against Kana, smartly using her power to work over the Kana's lower back, enroute to getting a submission win with an Argentine Backbreaker.  Kana was in tears post match, but gracefully bowed to the fans before getting help to the back.

The main event had all sorts of heat in it, Toshie and Ran beating the hell out of Moeka Haruhi, only for her to make a spirited comeback, and tag in Yumi Ohka, who went to town on the two.  The effort however, was short lived, as with Haruhi back in the ring as the legal woman, she took a Dragon Suplex from Uematsu, and that was more than enough to finish her off.  Uematsu then took the mic and proceeded to berate Ohka and Haruhi, calling them worthless, and said the contracts she and Ran signed when the promotion formed were nothing, as they would do as they pleased, and no one would stop them.  With a shadow now cast over Shibuya Pro, who is going to step up to stop BLACK?

SPW ~OPEN THE DOOR~, 8/23/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
400 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Mio Shirai beat Francoise (7:32) with an STO.
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Sachie Abe beat Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai (12:38) when Sachie used a La Magistral on Io.
3. Arisa Nakajima beat Cherry (11:49) with the Cutie Special.
4. Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Kana (13:10) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
5. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Yumi Ohka/Moeka Haruhi (14:29) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex on Haruhi.
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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2008, 05:46:00 PM »
Fresh off their first show on the 23rd, Shibuya Pro Wrestling has released the card for their next show on September 6th via press release.  The main event has Hiroyo Matsumoto teaming with fellow training partner Cherry to face Yumi Ohka and the woman Hiroyo beat last show, Kana.  Also on the card is a big singles and tag match, as the Shirai sisters will battle one-another, while Hysteric Babe reunites as a tag team for a night to face Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu.

SPW, 9/6/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Shu Shibutani VS Francoise
2. Ayumi Kurihara VS Moeka Haruhi
3. Sachie Abe/Arisa Nakajima VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu
4. Mio Shirai VS Io Shirai
5. Hiroyo Matsumoto/Cherry VS Yumi Ohka/Kana

Shibuya Pro is also starting to release information on their 9/20 show, with Yumi Ohka facing Arisa Nakajima in the only announced match thus far.

SPW, 9/20/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Arisa Nakajima VS Yumi Ohka

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #5 on: August 24, 2008, 07:53:03 PM »
SPW, 9/6/08
Show number two in the short existence of Shibuya Pro saw a slight dip in attendance, only 210 coming out, but still enough for a "No Vacancy" claim.  Shu Shibutani opened the show with a resounding victory over Francoise, handily beating her with a Diving Senton in under 7 minutes!  The woman she brawled with at last show, Ayumi Kurihara, also easily won her match over Moeka Haruhi, who is still searching for a singles victory since her return in April, earlier this year.

Not so easy was the third match, as Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu had a hard time putting away Arisa Nakajima and Sachie Abe, Arisa continuously kicking out and not giving up, only to be dumped on her head with a Dragon Suplex in defeat.  Arisa pounded the mat in frustration after the match, and only one can think that she was hoping for something better than this result.  Toshie and Ran scoffed and threw more insults at Shibuya Pro and SPW owner Tetsuya Ishimaru, telling him to give them some real competition.

The Shirai sisters battled in the semi-main event, a fast paced mis-match of styles that saw Mio just about win her second match on several occasions, and even kickout of a beautiful Running Shooting Star Press, but much like the match before Mio's, it wasn't to be, as she was felled with a Moonsault Press.  The two hugged center ring and walked to the back together, where Io said that she would never part with her sister, and would protect her.  In the main event, Hiroyo Matsumoto picked up another win over Kana, and again it was with the Argentine Backbreaker, Kana submitting in great pain.  Hiroyo is proving herself to be a powerful player in Shibuya Pro, and it's only a matter of time before she and Yumi or either member of BLACK face off in a big time singles matchup.

SPW, 9/6/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
210 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Shu Shibutani beat Francoise (6:56) with a Diving Senton.
2. Ayumi Kurihara beat Moeka Haruhi (7:21) with an Uranage.
3. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Sachie Abe/Arisa Nakajima (11:03) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex on Arisa.
4. Io Shirai beat Mio Shirai (9:38) with a Moonsault Press.
5. Hiroyo Matsumoto/Cherry beat Yumi Ohka/Kana (15:51) when Hiroyo used an Argentine Backbreaker on Kana.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #6 on: August 25, 2008, 02:39:27 AM »
SPW has released the full card for their 9/20 offering at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, and also made a big announcement, both via press release today.  The 9/20 card features Arisa Nakajima facing Yumi Ohka in a big main event matchup, while both members of BLACK, Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu, face Kana and Cherry in another match.

SPW, 9/20/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Mio Shirai/Moeka Haruhi VS Io Shirai/Francoise
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Shu Shibutani
3. Sachie Abe VS Ayumi Kurihara
4. Kana/Cherry VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu
5. Arisa Nakajima VS Yumi Ohka

The other announcement was that they are holding a title tournament, for the newly created Shibuya Pro Singles Title!  The release mentions that it will be in league format, spanning from the 10/18 Osaka show to the 12/28 show, with 5 girls comprising one block, the top two facing one another in the finals.  If there is a tie for the 2nd spot, that person will be added to the final.  The release didn't mention any participants, although they should be announced within the next week.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #7 on: August 25, 2008, 08:04:37 AM »
Never imagined you'd use Sachie Abe.  Actually, I hadn't thought much about her for a while at all.  Interesting roster.  I'm ok with you using Moekha and Francoise since you aren't letting them get crazy wins yet.  :)
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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2008, 12:15:54 AM »
SPW, 9/20/08
With over 250 fans watching on, Shibuya Pro presented their third show from Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.  Tetsuya Ishimaru opened the show to present the newly made Shibuya Pro Singles Title, which will be contested in the upcoming Shibuya Pro Singles Title League.  Opening the show match-wise was a tag match, as Io Shirai teamed with Francoise to win over Io's sister, Mio and Moeka Haruhi, Io hitting a Moonsault Press on Haruhi for the win.  Shu was unlucky to have faced an on-fire Hiroyo Matsumoto, as she fought hard but eventually lost to an Argentine Backbreaker.  This marks Hiroyo's third straight win, beating Kana twice in two straight matches, and now Shu.  Ayumi Kurihara was also unsuccessful in her match, losing to Sachie Abe in a good match.  Abe won with a La Magistral, and aside from her loss last show in a tag match, Abe has looked fairly strong.

Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu were fairly unhappy when this card was released, as they had demanded SPW President Tetsuya Ishimaru give them some tougher competition, but were instead given Kana and Cherry, whom BLACK tore apart, ending with Yuyu popping Cherry in the face with a Running Forearm.  They then started a beatdown, with Moeka Haruhi, Francoise, Sachie Abe and the Shirai Sisters trying to break the fight apart.  Uematsu took the mic and demanded a stronger team, and said that they would continue to beat their opponents down until they got their wish.  With the BLACK backlash out of the way, a big time main event took center stage, as Arisa Nakajima faced Yumi Ohka.  The two busted out everything they had, Arisa almost winning the match with a German Suplex Hold, while Ohka hit two backdrops and a surprise Neck Hanging Bomb for a nearfall of her own.  A 2nd surprise Neck Hanging Bomb was enough to get the win, and the two embraced after the match, a mutual respect formed between the two.  With the pending announcement regarding the participants in the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League, the two should be on the shortlist to get in.

SPW, 9/20/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
253 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Io Shirai/Francoise beat Mio Shirai/Moeka Haruhi (8:29) when Io used a Moonsault Press on Haruhi.
2. Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Shu Shibutani (13:43) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
3. Sachie Abe beat Ayumi Kurihara (11:38) with a La Magistral.
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Kana/Cherry (9:53) when Yuyu used a Running Forearm on Cherry.
5. Yumi Ohka beat Arisa Nakajima (16:25) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #9 on: August 28, 2008, 09:42:09 AM »
SPW officially announced the 5 women that will comprise the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League, and has released partial cards for the entire series.  Yumi Ohka, Kana, Moeka Haruhi, Arisa Nakajima and Hiroyo Matsumoto will be in the block, with the top two facing off in the finals on 12/28 at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.  The league will begin at the 10/18 Osaka show, with Yumi Ohka facing Hiroyo Matsumoto, while Kana will face Moeka Haruhi in the other.  Points given are 2 for a win, 1 for a draw, and none for a loss, and all matches excluding the final have a 15 minute time limit.

SPW in Osaka, 10/18/08
Osaka World Hall

1. Cherry/Io Shirai VS Arisa Nakajima/Shu Shibutani
2. SPW Singles Title League: Moeka Haruhi VS Kana
3. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka VS Hiroyo Matsumoto

SPW, 10/25/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Moeka Haruhi
2. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Kana
3. Yumi Ohka/Cherry VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu

SPW, 11/8/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Kana VS Francoise
2. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Moeka Haruhi
3. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Yumi Ohka

SPW, 11/21/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Moeka Haruhi VS Cherry
2. SPW Singles Title League: Kana VS Yumi Ohka
3. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Arisa Nakajima

SPW, 12/6/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Francoise
2. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka VS Moeka Haruhi
3. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Kana

SPW ~FINAL BATTLE 08'~, 12/28/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. SPW Singles Title League FINAL: League #1 VS League #2

Sneaking in under the radar was the complete card for their 10/10 card at 1st Ring, which will feature a tag main event, as Yumi Ohka teams with Moeka Haruhi to face Hiroyo Matsumoto and Francoise.  Also on the card is a big singles match, as Kana will face Toshie Uematsu, while another tag match will feature Shu Shibutani teaming with Io Shirai to face Ayumi Kurihara and Cherry.

SPW, 10/10/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Arisa Nakajima VS Mio Shirai
2. Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai VS Ayumi Kurihara/Cherry
3. Sachie Abe VS Ran Yuyu
4. Kana VS Toshie Uematsu
5. Hiroyo Matsumoto/Francoise VS Yumi Ohka/Moeka Haruhi

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2008, 09:59:40 AM »
I predict another Ohka win for the title.
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« Reply #11 on: August 28, 2008, 09:59:50 AM »
SPW, 10/10/08
With their first show in Osaka, along with the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League looming, SPW presented the prequel in front of 179 fans at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring.  Tetsuya Ishimaru lead the 5 women in the league out to the ring, and re-presented the Shibuya Pro Singles Title to the fans.  He then took the mic and addressed the reasoning for leaving out Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu, Ishimaru saying it was "punishment" for the two calling the contracts they signed and Shibuya Pro "worthless".  He said they would have to work their way up from the bottom in order to get a shot at the title and nothing less than that.

Opening the show was a quick match between Arisa Nakajima and Mio Shirai, Arisa coming off of a loss last show to Yumi Ohka.  She showed her old form, the flow and precision that made her popular in the first place, enroute to scoring the win over Mio.  Also taking home a win was the team of Ayumi Kurihara and Cherry, as they beat Shu Shibutani and Io Shirai. It wasn't without a bit of a post match scuffle however, as Ayumi and Shu had to be separated and lead from the ring by the roster at ringside.  Sachie Abe also got a win, albeit via DQ, as Ran Yuyu first busted Abe open with a chair, and then when referee Tommy Ran got involved to admonish her, Ran smacked her with the chair too, and Tommy tossed the match out.

Toshie Uematsu made up for her partner's lack of discipline, systematically beating Kana in a good 12 minute match, finishing her off with a Dragon Suplex Hold.  Toshie and Ran made it even worse by starting a beatdown on Kana, before taking the mic and calling the title league and the title itself worthless, just like the contracts they signed when SPW opened, which drew a round of boos from the Shin-Kiba audience.  Yumi Ohka looks to start the league with a bit of momentum, as she teamed with Moeka Haruhi in tag action to beat Hiroyo Matsumoto and Francoise, Yumi hitting her Neck Hanging Bomb on Francoise for the win.  Yumi is the outright favorite, and backstage said that anything less than winning the league would be a failure.

SPW, 10/10/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
179 Fans

1. Arisa Nakajima beat Mio Shirai (9:17) with the Cutie Special.
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Cherry beat Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai (12:44) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Shirai.
3. Sachie Abe beat Ran Yuyu (9:40) when Yuyu was DQ'ed due to referee violence.
4. Toshie Uematsu beat Kana (12:52) with a Dragon Suplex Hold.
5. Yumi Ohka/Moeka Haruhi beat Hiroyo Matsumoto/Francoise (10:28) when Ohka used a Neck Hanging Bomb on Francoise.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #12 on: August 29, 2008, 09:06:47 PM »
Complete cards for the SPW Singles Title League series, sans 12/28, have been released via the SPW website (www.shibuyapro.co.jp), with some interesting cards laid out.

SPW in Osaka, 10/18/08
Osaka World Hall

1. Mio Shirai VS Ayumi Kurihara
2. Cherry/Io Shirai VS Arisa Nakajima/Shu Shibutani
3. SPW Singles Title League: Moeka Haruhi VS Kana
4. Sachie Abe/Francoise VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu
5. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka VS Hiroyo Matsumoto

SPW, 10/25/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Shu Shibutani VS Francoise
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Sachie Abe VS Mio Shirai/Io Shirai
3. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Moeka Haruhi
4. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Kana
5. Yumi Ohka/Cherry VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu

SPW, 11/8/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Shu Shibutani/Cherry VS Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara
2. Kana VS Francoise
3. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Moeka Haruhi
4. Mio Shirai/Io Shirai VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu
5. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Yumi Ohka

SPW, 11/21/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Shu Shibutani/Mio Shirai VS Francoise/Io Shirai
2. Moeka Haruhi VS Cherry
3. SPW Singles Title League: Kana VS Yumi Ohka
4. Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu
5. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Arisa Nakajima

SPW, 12/6/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Francoise
2. Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara VS Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai
3. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka VS Moeka Haruhi
4. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima VS Kana
5. Cherry/Mio Shirai VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu

SPW ~FINAL BATTLE 08'~, 12/28/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. SPW Singles Title League FINAL: League #1 VS League #2

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #13 on: August 31, 2008, 05:39:18 PM »
SPW in Osaka, 10/18/08
The Shibuya Pro Singles Title League started off in front of a sold out Osaka World Hall, Shibuya Pro making their first trip to Osaka in the company's history.  Opening the night was a good singles matchup between Ayumi Kurihara and Mio Shirai, Mio fighting hard but losing to Ayumi's Uranage.  Mio's younger sister Io was also on the losing end of her match, teaming with Cherry in a loss to Arisa Nakajima and Shu Shibutani, Arisa taking some momentum heading into her first league match next show.

Speaking of league matches, Kana and Moeka Haruhi started off the series, and Kana took the first two points, beating Moeka with the Billyken.  Kana is one of the top favorites, and could have a shot at winning the league and the title, if she keeps going.  After a video showing what BLACK has been doing to some of the roster in Shibuya Pro, Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu totally demolished Sachie Abe and Francoise in the 4th match of the night, Yuyu and Toshie keeping Francoise in the ring for most of the match, leading to her taking the loss. 

This league got crazy in the main event, as Hiroyo Matsumoto cleanly beat outright favorite Yumi Ohka with an Argentine Backbreaker, leaving Yumi at the bottom of the standings!  Hiroyo showed that she is going to be a force to reckon with during this series, and with this win, could be on her way to her first piece of gold in her career.  Yumi backstage cursed herself, and said that it's going to be a long fight back to the top of the league standings, and said that she would do her best to get back and win this league, and the SPW Singles Title.

SPW in Osaka, 10/18/08
Osaka World Hall
220 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Ayumi Kurihara beat Mio Shirai (9:26) with an Uranage.
2. Arisa Nakajima/Shu Shibutani beat Cherry/Io Shirai (11:53) when Nakajima used the Cutie Special on Io.
3. SPW Singles Title League: Kana[2] beat Moeka Haruhi[0] (9:37) with the Billyken.
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Sachie Abe/Francoise (10:08) when Yuyu used a Running Forearm on Francoise.
5. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto[2] beat Yumi Ohka[0] (14:32) with an Argentine Backbreaker.

League after Night 1:

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #14 on: September 03, 2008, 08:16:20 AM »
SPW, 10/25/08
Shibuya Pro was back in Tokyo after a very successful outing in Osaka, with the 2nd night of the SPW Singles Title League at hand.  Ring announcer Kiri Yoshino ran down the current standings of the league and the two matches for tonight, and got the show underway.  Shu Shibutani beat Francoise in the opener, a diving senton almost overkill, as Francoise needed help to get to the back after the match.  The Shirai's were on the losing end yet again, but it was against some top class competition, as they lost to Ayumi Kurihara and Sachie Abe, the younger Io taking the loss.  It wasn't without a bit of a tense moment however, as Mio landed a clean high kick to Sachie Abe that knocked her senseless and to the mat, enough time for Io to hit a quick Running Shooting Star Press, but Kurihara broke the pin up. 

The two league matches started off on a rather soft note, as Arisa Nakajima put away Moeka Haruhi in her first match, jumping to 3rd in the rankings with the win, while Haruhi is effectively out of contention, although she could play spoiler, as she somehow nearly beat Arisa with a Bridging Backslide late in the match.  The other match went the full 15 minutes, as neither Kana nor Hiroyo Matsumoto could get the pinfall, and the match ended with both women exhausted.  The two locked eyes as they got to their feet, Kana reaching out her right hand to shake, to which Hiroyo shakily accepted, but the two never broke their staredown.  This draw means there is a tie on top of the standings after Day 2, with matches between Yumi, Arisa and Kana still to come, while Hiroyo has her match against Arisa, and what should be a complete win over Moeka Haruhi in the other.

Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu took the mic before their main event match against Yumi Ohka and Cherry, and started off on a tirade, bemoaning the fact that they were being forced to wrestle second class opposition, and that it was only because of their legal contracts that they've yet to have destroyed the entire Shibuya Pro roster.  This was met with loud boos from the fans, who then gave all the support they could to Ohka and Cherry, even though it was all for nought, as Yuyu smashed Cherry's face in with a Running Forearm to get the win.  Ohka chased the two out of the ring before they could start anything more, and said that she would get rid of Uematsu and Yuyu, one way or another.

SPW, 10/25/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
232 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Shu Shibutani beat Francoise (7:56) with a Diving Senton.
2. Ayumi Kurihara/Sachie Abe beat Io Shirai/Mio Shirai (10:19) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Io.
3. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima[2] beat Moeka Haruhi[0] (10:11) with the Cutie Special.
4. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto[3] drew Kana[3] (15:00) when the Time Limit expired.
5. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Yumi Ohka/Cherry (13:20) when Yuyu used a Running Forearm on Cherry.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2008, 05:06:25 PM »
SPW, 11/8/08
Night three of the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League was on tap Saturday night at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, with 217 fans turning out.  Things seem to be getting a bit interesting with Ayumi Kurihara and Shu Shibutani, as they had to be separated after their opening tag match, the two brawling around the ring while several of the girls at ringside tried to break them apart.  Shu backstage said that as generation rivals, they would always be locked in a tight struggle for supremacy, and surmised that they should have a big singles match at "FINAL BATTLE" at the end of the year.  Kana made easy work of Francoise in the 2nd match of the night, the Billyken leaving Francoise a bit dazed on the mat post match, while Kana said backstage that she was looking forward to the next several Shibuya Pro shows...  Also making easy work of her match was Hiroyo Matsumoto, beating Moeka Haruhi in what is currently the shortest match in the league, ending at just 7 1/2 minutes.  The win gives Hiroyo the points lead with 5 points, while an idle Kana is left standing at 3.

The semifinal match of the night was also shortly contested, as Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu had little trouble with the Shirai Sisters, Uematsu pinning Io after a Dragon Suplex.  Uematsu and Yuyu then went into another beatdown, which was quickly stopped by Haruhi, Kana, Francoise and Sachie Abe, and they surprisingly went quietly to the back.  All this lead to what is being called the match of the night, as Yumi Ohka BARELY squeaked away with a win over Arisa Nakajima, a Neck Hanging Bomb getting the win with only 2 seconds to spare in the 15 minute time limit!  Yumi and Arisa shook hands post match, but Arisa looked a bit upset with herself that she couldn't somehow go the full time limit, or even better, win the match.  Officially this places Yumi in 3rd place on 2 points, while Arisa sits in 4th, and Moeka Haruhi has the big 0, having lost all her league matches thus far.  The big matches left on the schedule have Kana facing Yumi Ohka on November 21st, while Kana then later faces Arisa Nakajima on December 6th.

SPW, 11/8/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
217 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara beat Shu Shibutani/Cherry (12:39) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Cherry.
2. Kana beat Francoise (7:43) with the Billyken.
3. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto[5] beat Moeka Haruhi[0] (7:29) with an Argentine Backbreaker.
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Mio Shirai/Io Shirai (9:12) when Uematsu used a Dragon Suplex on Io.
5. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka[2] beat Arisa Nakajima[2] (14:58) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #16 on: September 07, 2008, 09:12:18 PM »
SPW, 11/21/08
Moeka Haruhi hasn't found much luck during the Shibuya Pro Singles Title league, having gone 0-3 thus far, and even on her day off, found herself on the losing end, this time to Cherry.  While effectively being out of the running in the league, she could still play spoiler, as she still has one more league match, against Yumi Ohka.  Speaking of Yumi Ohka, her entire series just got a bit more desperate, as she was only able to pull off a draw against Kana, leaving her third in the running, and needing a bit of help next show from Arisa Nakajima in order to move on.  If Kana wins her match against Arisa, she'll move on, while if Arisa wins and Yumi wins, Yumi will move on.  A Yumi loss would move Kana on either way, although a loss to Arisa would make the finals a three-way, which she would probably want to stay away from.

After the semi-main, Uematsu and Yuyu formally petitioned for some real competition to SPW President Tetsuya Ishimaru, who was sitting at ringside.  Ishimaru said that he would give them all he could, but as he climbed into the ring, he was attacked, Uematsu pulling him into the ring, leading to Yuyu hitting him with a running forearm!  All four Shibuya Pro roster members ran to the ring, and Uematsu and Yuyu scattered to the back, where they surmised that they may finally get the fight they've been looking for.  Ishimaru declared that he personally would make sure that BLACK was destroyed and ousted from Shibuya Pro, but because they were signed to a contract, he would keep to the contract, saying that he wanted to see if the two would change their ways.  Hiroyo Matsumoto ended her league series of matches undefeated, tonight beating Arisa Nakajima in the main event, officially going 3-0-1, with 7 points.  This automatically places her in the final, while her opponent, or opponents, are still to be decided.

SPW, 11/21/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
198 Fans

1. Shu Shibutani/Mio Shirai beat Francoise/Io Shirai (8:51) when Shu used a Diving Senton on Francoise.
2. Cherry beat Moeka Haruhi (8:07) with the Cherry-ton Bomb.
3. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka[3] drew Kana[4] (15:00) when the Time Limit expired.
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara (12:20) when Yuyu used a Running Forearm on Kurihara.
5. SPW Singles Title League: Hiroyo Matsumoto[7] beat Arisa Nakajima[2] (11:37) with an Argentine Backbreaker.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #17 on: September 09, 2008, 10:05:26 AM »
SPW, 12/6/08
The final points paying night of the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League was met with much intrigue, and a good sized crowd, 209 fans coming out to see just who would be facing Hiroyo Matusmoto in the main event of "FINAL BATTLE", with the new SPW Singles Title on the line.  Hiroyo opened the show with a rather stunning squash of Francoise, who stood no chance, and tapped out to a simple bearhug.  Again, Ayumi Kurihara and Shu Shibutani got into a brawl after their match, leading to Ayumi challenging Shu to a match at "FINAL BATTLE"!  Shu quickly accepted, and backstage said that she was looking forward to seeing what her generation rival could bring to the table.  Ayumi was almost the same, knowing that they've faced each other before at the Jr. All Stars show in 2006, where Shu took home the win, and the two were awarded the Best Bout award.  Ayumi said that she would be ready for what Shu brings.

Then the intrigue of the league was brought center stage, as Yumi Ohka was successful in beating Moeka Haruhi, but not without a scare, the Young Lady Clutch from Haruhi nearly able to hold Ohka down for three, and knock her out of the running.  Instead, now Kana needs at least a draw in her match against Arisa Nakajima...  Which she promptly didn't get, as Arisa surprised Kana with the Cutie Special late in the going, and took home the win!  This leaves both Kana and Arisa at 4 points, with Yumi barely skating by with 5.  Moeka Haruhi was the sole disappointment, as she lost all of her matches, but was showing some growth late in the run.  As for the main event, it was rather anti-climatic considering what went on this show, as Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu made easy work of Cherry and Mio Shirai.  Tetsuya Ishimaru took the mic after the match and told the two members of BLACK that he believed that it would be two members of the young generation of wrestlers that would put the two in their place, and said that he already had the two in mind, but they'd have to wait to find out.

SPW, 12/6/08
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
209 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Francoise (7:13) with a bearhug.
2. Sachie Abe/Ayumi Kurihara beat Shu Shibutani/Io Shirai (13:29) when Kurihara used an Uranage on Shibutani.
3. SPW Singles Title League: Yumi Ohka[5] beat Moeka Haruhi[0] (11:52) with a Neck Hanging Bomb.
4. SPW Singles Title League: Arisa Nakajima[4] beat Kana[4] (13:36) with the Cutie Special.
5. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Cherry/Mio Shirai (10:40) when Yuyu used a Running Forearm on Mio.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #18 on: September 09, 2008, 07:34:25 PM »
Tetsuya Ishimaru lead a press conference at the P-Tech offices in Tokyo today, to announce the full card for the final show of the year for Shibuya Pro, "FINAL BATTLE 08".  Sitting to either side of him was Yumi Ohka and Hiroyo Matsumoto, while sitting on the table in front of him was the new SPW Singles Title, for which the two will be fighting for in the main event.  Ishimaru said that he was excited after all of the league matches, and said that he really couldn't wait until the 28th, when the two do battle.  He then said he had a big announcement, saying that Samurai! TV would be picking up the show to be aired in early January!  Ishimaru said that this was for now a one show deal, although he also said that he would be pushing to get them a full time TV deal in the future.  He then came back to the matter at hand, and had Yumi and Hiroyo sign the official contract for their match, then let them say a few words.

Yumi said that it's been a roller coaster ride since her return in 2007, and said that she was very happy to have made it through 2008 without injury.  She then said that she remembers her loss to Hiroyo on the first night of the league, and said that retribution would be at hand.  Hiroyo didn't have much to say, rather noting her path of destruction that she left, including destroying Francoise last show.  Hiroyo said that she already had one tournament win under her belt this year (Sendai Girls JAMA UMA TOURNAMENT), and said that she would like to end it with another.

Also on the card is a big match involving Shu Shibutani and Ayumi Kurihara, as they face off, while Ishimaru announced that Arisa Nakajima and Kana will be teaming up to face Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu, Ishimaru saying that he had high hopes for the two, and would be pleased to see them bring home the win.

SPW ~FINAL BATTLE 08'~, 12/28/08 (Samurai! TV)
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Francoise VS Moeka Haruhi
2. Sachie Abe/Cherry VS Mio Shirai/Io Shirai
3. Ayumi Kurihara VS Shu Shibutani
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu VS Arisa Nakajima/Kana
5. SPW Singles Title League FINAL/SPW Singles: Hiroyo Matsumoto VS Yumi Ohka

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #19 on: September 16, 2008, 02:30:47 AM »
SPW ~FINAL BATTLE 08'~, 12/28/08
The final show of the year saw Shibuya Pro on TV for the first time, with Samurai! TV picking up the finals of the Shibuya Pro Singles Title League, with Yumi Ohka headlining against Hiroyo Matsumoto, with the winner becoming the first SPW Singles Champion.  286 fans sold out Shin-Kiba, even with the snow falling, Ishimaru welcoming fans to start the show.  Moeka Haruhi finally got a singles win, some 8 months after returning to the ring with Pro Wrestling WAVE, as she was able to pin Francoise with the Young Lady Clutch, or a bridging backslide, in what was a rather simple match.  Also on the winning side was Sachie Abe and Cherry, as they beat the Shirai Sisters, Cherry hitting Io with the Cherry-ton Bomb. 

Intermission loomed, but not before a great match between Ayumi Kurihara and Shu Shibutani, the two revisiting their rivalry from JDStar and the Jr. All Stars show in 2006, delivering a hot match filled with drama.  Shu came away with the win in this installment, hitting her Diving Senton.  With this match, the rivalry now stands at Shu 2, Ayumi 1, and there is sure to be several more matches in their generation rivalry.  Quickly back from intermission, the two girls Tetsuya Ishimaru pegged to be the defeators of Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yuyu narrowly lost what was a sprint match, as Arisa Nakajima and Kana teamed, Yuyu besting JWP Junior Champ Arisa with a Diving Knee Drop in what has been the toughest test for the BLACK duo thus far.  Arisa was quite upset, but said that she was looking forward to 2009, and said that she'd like to defend the JWP Junior and Princess of Pro Wrestling Titles against whomever won the tournament, maybe making a Joshi Triple Crown of sorts.

After a recap music video showed the highlights of the Title League, it was on to the main event, as Yumi Ohka faced Hiroyo Matsumoto, the winner becoming the first SPW Singles Champion.  The match quickly played to Hiroyo's strengths, her power becoming evident as she was able to manhandle Yumi and injure her back, setting up the Argentine Backbreaker.  It looked that way late in the going, as Yumi found herself stuck in the move, but didn't give in, leading Hiroyo to violently drop Yumi back-first across her knee with a big backbreaker.  Hiroyo had the win within her fingertips, only for Yumi to barely roll her shoulder up at 2.9, taking the win away!  Hiroyo was angry, picking Yumi up for a second Argentine Backbreaker, but Yumi slid out the back, and as Hiroyo turned around, caught her with a Neck Hanging Bomb out of nowhere, quickly getting 2.9!  Now Yumi was rolling quickly hitting Hiroyo with a 2nd Neck Hanging Bomb, this time enough to get the win!  Things quickly got interesting right after, as when Tetsuya Ishimaru went to present the title to Yumi, Hiroyo quickly snatched it out of his grasp, and took a quick stare at it.  Hiroyo herself presented it to Ohka, who accepted, and Hiroyo raised Yumi's hand in victory!  That is, until Hiroyo turned on Yumi, picking her up in an Argentine Backbreaker, Ishimaru stunned as BLACK came out from the back, to a shower of boos.  Uematsu quickly introduced Hiroyo as their newest member, but before they could get very far, Arisa Nakajima and Kana raced out from the back, and cleared the ring, sending BLACK to the back.  Clearly a dark shadow has been cast over Shibuya Pro, with Tetsuya saying nothing to the press backstage, while BLACK were as cocky as ever, declaring a battle victory over their enemies.  With 2009 looming, what is next for Shibuya Pro Wrestling?

SPW ~FINAL BATTLE 08'~, 12/28/08 (Samurai! TV)
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
286 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Moeka Haruhi beat Francoise (7:06) with the Young Lady Clutch.
2. Sachie Abe/Cherry beat Mio Shirai/Io Shirai (9:47) when Cherry used the Cherry-ton Bomb on Io.
3. Shu Shibutani beat Ayumi Kurihara (13:49) with a Diving Senton.
4. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu beat Arisa Nakajima/Kana (11:02) when Yuyu used a Diving Knee Drop on Arisa.
5. SPW Singles Title League FINAL/SPW Singles: Yumi Ohka beat Hiroyo Matsumoto (18:41) with a Neck Hanging Bomb to become the 1st Champion.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #20 on: September 16, 2008, 06:24:09 AM »
*sigh*

I knew that was going to happen.
You so much as TOUCH kitty's ass, and I'll put a firecracker in your nutsack and blow your balls all over your pants!

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #21 on: September 16, 2008, 11:36:24 AM »
Yeah, but it sets something up...  Just wait for it...  Even though the booking was a bit well, bland, things heat up...  New faces come in... 

EDIT: Short break from this, as I am nearing completion of a joshi update for TEW 08', which will be used for this journal now, and I will also be starting a barebones journal with Pro Wrestling WAVE, with me just posting results, and maybe a very short summary...

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #22 on: October 06, 2008, 11:58:47 AM »
SPW today released the first bit of their 2009 schedule, their first full year as a company, on the SPW website.  January will only see two shows, while February sees 3 shows, with a return to Osaka set for February 14th.  March will also see 3 shows, with a first time visit to Koshigaya Katsura Studio on March 21st, leading into Yumi Ohka's 30th Birthday show on 4/4.

SPW January - April Schedule:
1. 1/9 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
2. 1/24 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
3. 2/14 @ Osaka Delfin Arena
4. 2/22 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
5. 2/28 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
6. 3/6 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
7. 3/21 @ Koshigaya Katsura Studio
8. 3/27 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
9. 4/4 @ Shin-Kiba 1st Ring (Yumi Ohka's 30th Birthday)

Also released was the card for the 1/9 show, with the fallout from FINAL BATTLE.  Yumi Ohka will team with Arisa Nakajima and Kana to face all three members of BLACK, Toshie Uematsu, Ran Yuyu and Hiroyo Matsumoto.

SPW, 1/9/09
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Mio Shirai VS Moeka Haruhi
2. Shu Shibutani VS Francoise
3. Io Shirai VS Ayumi Kurihara
4. Sachie Abe VS Cherry
5. Yumi Ohka/Arisa Nakajima/Kana VS Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu/Hiroyo Matsumoto

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #23 on: October 08, 2008, 04:07:38 PM »
SPW, 1/9/09
Shibuya Pro Wrestling returned to start the new year with a show at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, the first show with Yumi Ohka as SPW Singles Champion.  Moeka Haruhi got her first singles win since her April return at the last show over Francoise, and today she did it again, flash pinning Mio Shirai with the Young Lady Clutch.  Moeka continues to show her slow growth as a wrestler, as she kicked out of Mioís STO late into the match before surprising Mio for the win.  Mio was upset but in good spirits after the match, conceding to Moeka, shaking hands and hugging Moeka in the ring.  Shu Shibutani, Ayumi Kurihara and Sachie Abe also all got wins in the other singles matches, beating Francoise, Io Shirai and Cherry, respectively.

The longest match of the night was also the most heated, as BLACK stormed over champ Yumi Ohka, Kana and Arisa Nakajima, the match quickly becoming a brawl all over Shin-Kiba with all 6 becoming a bit bloody as the match progressed.  Arisa was the victim in the end, losing to Hiroyo and her Argentine Backbreaker.  The brawl didnít end there however, as the 6 continued after the bell, finally being separated by the rest of the roster.  Uematsu took the mic and said that there was no way that BLACK was going to be stopped, and they proved it here tonight.  Hiroyo then took the mic and said that Yumiís title win over her wouldnít happen a second time, and petitioned Tetsuya Ishimaru, who was at ringside, for a shot at the title as the first challenger, promising that she would bloody Yumi and end her career.  Things got heated again, the two parties breaking free and beginning another brawl, before they were broken apart again, and BLACK were led from the ring.  Yumi took the house mic and ended the show, proclaiming that she would protect Shibuya Pro to the best of her abilities, and asked for not only the fans support, but the wrestlers as well.

SPW, 1/9/09
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring
252 Fans - No Vacancy

1. Moeka Haruhi beat Mio Shirai (7:17) with the Young Lady Clutch.
2. Shu Shibutani beat Francoise (8:42) with a Diving Senton.
3. Ayumi Kurihara beat Io Shirai (12:40) with an Uranage.
4. Sachie Abe beat Cherry (10:23) with a La Magistral.
5. Toshie Uematsu/Ran Yuyu/Hiroyo Matsumoto beat Yumi Ohka/Kana/Arisa Nakajima (18:37) when Hiroyo used an Argentine Backbreaker on Arisa.

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Re: Shibuya Pro Wrestling
« Reply #24 on: October 10, 2008, 10:59:30 AM »
Full card for Shibuya Proís next show on January 24th has been announced, and a partial card for their return to Osaka on February 14th has also been released, along with the main event for the February 22nd show.  Yumi Ohka will make her first defense of the SPW Singles Title against Hiroyo Matsumoto on the 22nd, looking to beat her for the 2nd time in just 3 months, while Hiroyo looks to prove that Yumiís win was no more than a fluke.  The contract for the match will be signed at the 1/24 show to make everything official, but Tetsuya Ishimaru said in a press release that unless either girl was to get injured in between now and the match, he was guaranteeing that the match was to happen.

Going past that, Ishimaru announced and set a Number 1 Contenders match for the Osaka show, the winner facing whoever is champion at a later date.  In the match is JWPís Arisa Nakajima who will face Kana, and the two will have a preliminary tag skirmish on the upcoming show.

SPW, 1/24/09
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. Io Shirai VS Moeka Haruhi
2. Sachie Abe VS Shu Shibutani
3. Arisa Nakajima/Mio Shirai VS Kana/Francoise
4. Toshie Uematsu VS Ayumi Kurihara
5. Yumi Ohka/Cherry VS Ran Yuyu/Hiroyo Matsumoto

SPW in Osaka, 2/14/09
Osaka Delfin Arena

1. SPW Singles Title Contendership: Kana VS Arisa Nakajima

SPW, 2/22/09
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring

1. SPW Singles: Yumi Ohka(C) VS Hiroyo Matsumoto