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Tokyo Joshi Pro Results Spoilers 7/18/20, Kamifuku On Magazine Cover

Written by Shannon Walsh

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Nagoya, Japan 🇯🇵 at Nagoya City East Sports Center on 7/18/20. It will air on WRESTLE UNIVERSE as VOD on 7/21/20:

This is their first time back in Nagoya since February because of the virus pandemic. Rika Tatsumi is off the card due to a family commitment.

Suzume pinned Sena Shiori with a diving cross body in 6:28.

Mizuki won a 3-Way Match over Nodoka Tenma and Mahiro Kiryu by pinning Kiryu with a Cutie Special in 8:04.

Natsumi Maki and Hikari Noa beat Maki Itoh and Pom Harajuku when Natsumi Maki pinned Harajuku with the Backlash in 10:31.

Yuna Manase and Yuki Kamifuku beat Mina Shirakawa and Mirai Maiumi when Manase pinned Maiumi after a lariat in 9:16. This was Manase’s last show with the company in Nagoya. She and Kamifuku were emotional about it and it was also their last time teaming together. Manase will no longer be a regular TJPW roster member after the 7/23 show where she, Maki Itoh, and Nodoka Tenma will face Miyu Yamashita, Natsumi Maki, and Mizuki. She has not confirmed her future plans as of yet. Tension continued between Kamifuku and Shirakawa during the match. Kamifuku refused to shake hands in sportsmanship with her. They will face each other on the 7/23 show.

Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao beat Miu Watanabe and Haruna Neko when Misao pinned Neko in 9:51.

Yuka Sakazaki and Miyu Yamashita beat Yuki Aino and Raku when Yamashita pinned Raku after the Skull Kick in 11:15.

Sakazaki and Yamashita thanked the crowd for coming out after TJPW’s several month hiatus away from the city because of the virus. They said they will continue to put on shows as best as they can despite the obstacles this year.

Yuki Kamifuku is on the cover of the current issue of the Japanese version of Bagger Magazine which is all about motorcycles. In addition to being a pro wrestler, Kamifuku and others in TJPW are models.

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Shannon Walsh

Inspired by the late Michigan insider hotline host “Coach” Kurt Schneider and his “just the facts” style of reporting pro wrestling news and results from around the world.