Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Jinsei Shinzaki 25th Anniversary Show”, 6/24/2018 [Sun] 15:00 @ Sendai City Sun Plaza Hall
(0) Ayumu Gunji vs. Nogyo Boy Raito
◆Winner: Gunji (8:04) following a Rock Bottom.
(1) Yasutaka Osera vs. Koji Kawamura
◆Winner: Osera (5:53) with a Boston Crab.
(2) Yapperman #1, Yapperman #2 & Yapperman #3 vs. The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
◆Winner: Sasuke (5:08) following the Segway no Manekinshi on Yapper #2.
(3) Dick Togo & Jiro Kesenuma vs. Shisaoh & Hayate (Itabashi)
◆Winner: Shisaoh (9:55) with a Onbu Press (Piggyback Press) on Kesenuma.
(4) Sendai Girls Offer Match: Meiko Satomura, Mika Iwata & Manami vs. Cassandra Miyagi, Heidi Katrina & Ami Sato
◆Winner: Katrina (18:24) following a Diving Guillotine Drop on Iwata.
(5) Jinsei Shinzaki (Michinoku) 25th Anniversary Match: Jinsei Shinzaki, Kenbai & Rasse vs. Manjimaru, Ken45° & Manjimaru
◆Winner: Shinzaki (17:23) with the Koya-otoshi (Crucifix Bomb) on Manjimaru.
(6) Sendai Girls World Championship Match: [7th Champion] DASH Chisako vs. [Challenger] Chihiro Hashimoto
◆Winner: Chihiro (15:05) with the Albright.
~ Chihiro becomes the 8th generation champion.
(7) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [21st Champion] Rui Hyugaji vs. [Challenger] Taro Nohashi
◆Winner: Nohashi (27:01) following the Gyakuuchi.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd title defense. Nohashi becomes the 22nd champion.
~ Nohashi was greatful to have finally capture the Tohoku for the first time in his 16 year career. He declared that he will do his best to show his best as a fighting champion and as a representative of the Tohoku region.
Michinoku Pro-Wrestling, 7/7/2018 [Sat] 19:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo
(1) Jiro Kesenuma vs. Ayumu Gunji
(2) Jinsei Shinzaki, Yapperman #1 & Yapperman #2 vs. The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
(3) Yasutaka Osera & Koji Kawamura vs. Rui Hyugaji & Kengo
(4) Kenbai & Rasse vs. Ken45° & Manjimaru
(5) Tohoku & UWA World Tag Double Championship Match: [25th & 24th Champions] GAINA & Taro Nohashi vs. [Challengers] Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami
~ 2nd title defense.
Michinoku Pro-Wrestling, 3/16/2018 [Fri] 18:30 @ Hachinohe City Hachishoku Center, Kuriya Hall in Aomori
(1) Yasutaka Osera vs. Koju Takeda (666)
◆Winner: Koju (7:13) following a Ebisu-Otoshi.
(2) Ken45° vs. Koji Kawamura
◆Winner: Ken45° (7:13) with a Modified Texas Clover Hold.
(3) Ultimo Dragon, Yapperman #1 & Yapperman #2 vs. The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
◆Winner: Dragon (15:07) with a La Magistral on Kei.
(4) Rui Hyugaji & Ayumu Gunji vs. Manjimaru & Kengo
◆Winner: Double Ring Out (9:00)
(5) Hachinohe Special ~ Daichi Sasaki Mexico Send-Off Match Vol. 1: Daichi Sasaki, Dick Togo & Rasse vs. Numajiro Kesen, GAINA & Taro Nohashi
◆Winner: Daichi (16:39) with a German Suplex Hold on Kesen.
Michinoku Pro-Wrestling, 3/17/2018 [Sat] 18:30 @ Yahaba Chomin Sogo Taiikukan in Iwate
717 Spectators (crowded)
(1) Yasutaka Osera vs. Koju Takeda (666)
◆Winner: Osera (4:47) with a Single Leg Crab.
(2) Ayumu Gunji vs. Koji Kawamura
◆Winner: Gunji (4:00) following a Face Crusher.
(3) Yapperman #1, Yapperman #2 & Nougyo Boy Raito vs. The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
◆Winner: Yapper #2 (9:08) with a Backslide on Sasuke.
(4) Jinsei Shinzaki, Dick Togo & Ultimo Dragon vs. Numajiro Kesen, GAINA & Rasse
◆Winner: Dragon (12:25) with a Dragon Sleeper on Rasse.
(5) Daichi Sasaki Mexico Send-Off Match Vol. 2: Daichi Sasaki & Taro Nohashi vs. Manjimaru & Ken45°
◆Winner: Ken45° (10:29) with the BARONESS on Daichi.
(6) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [21st Champion] Rui Hyugaji vs. [Challenger] Kengo
◆Winner: Hyugaji (22:26) with a Diving Elbow Drop.
~ 1st successful title defense.
~ Hyugaji called for a united front between SUPER STARS (Rui & Gunji) and BAD BOY (Manji, Ken45 & Kengo). An agreement was made between the two teams.
Michinoku Pro-Wrestling, 3/18/2018 [Sun] 14:00 @ Sendai City, Izumi Ward, Sendai Hills Hotel Michinoku Hall in Miyagi
500 Spectators (overcrowded)
(1) Koji Kawamura vs. Koju Takeda (666)
◆Winner: Koju (6:44) with a German Suplex Hold.
(2) Jinsei Shinzaki, Numajiro Kesen & Rasse vs. The Great Sasuke, Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
◆Winner: Rasse (16:14) over Sasuke, following a mistaken suitcase strike from the Brahman’s.
~ Issues appear to be blooming between Sasuke and the Brahman Brothers.
(3) Yapperman #1, Yapperman #2 & Yasutaka Osera vs. Manjimaru, Ken45° & Kengo
◆Winner: Kengo (11:38) following a Diving Foot Stomp on Osera.
(4) Daichi Sasaki Mexico Send-Off Match Vol. 3: Daichi Sasaki vs. Dick Togo
◆Winner: Togo (18:39) following a Diving Senton.
~ Togo stated that he expects a lot of Daichi as the rookie prepares to head to Mexico and begin a new chapter of his career. Togo mentioned that Daichi’s name means “ground” and that he expects him to come back and be a true foundation for the promotion in the future.
~ Daichi thanked Togo for the match and the fans for the support. He stated that he intends to return stronger both physically and mentally.
(5) Tohoku & UWA World Tag Double Championship Match: [24th & 23rd Champions] Rui Hyugaji & Ayumu Gunji vs. [Challengers] GAINA & Taro Nohashi
◆Winner: Nohashi (26:23) following the Gyakuuchi on Gunji.
~ GAINA & Nohashi become the 25th & 24th champions.
~ GAINA & Nohashi came in at 199kg to qualify to challenge for the tag belts, GAINA at 129kg and Nohashi at 70kg. (Weight limit is 200kg for the Tohoku Tag belts)
~ Nohashi was announced as the next challenge against Rui Hyugaji for the Tohoku Jr. belt. The match will take place on 6/24 at Shinzaki’s 25th anniversary show.
~ During the backstage interview, The Yappermen made the challenge for the tag belts.
[Michinoku News] Michinoku Pro-Wrestling announced that they will be holding a 16 man single elimination tournament to crown a new Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Champion. The title is currently vacant after Kenou relinquished the belt to compete freely in Pro Wrestling Noah.
The tournament will run for a total of 4 days with the first round being conducted on March 21 and then the final match on May 5.
■ [First Round, 8 Matches] 3/21/2014 @ Hachinohe Hasshoku Center, Kuriya Hall
■ [Second Round, 4 Matches] 3/22/2014 @ Yahaba Townsman Gymnasium in Iwate
■ [Semi-finals, 2 Matches] 3/23/2014 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel
■ [Final Match] 5/5/2014 @ Yahaba Townsman Gymnasium in Iwate
The wrestlers and event cards will be announced on a later date.