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Tokyo Joshi Pro Spoiler Results 7/4/20

Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling results from Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵 at Ryogoku KFC Hall on 7/4/20. This show will air tape delayed today on WRESTLE UNIVERSE starting at 5am EST:

Himawari Unagi made an appearance during the opening announcements. She will return to action on 7/23 at Korakuen Hall. She suffered a dislocated elbow during a match against Miyu Yamashita back in October. The referee stopped it due to her injury and declared Yamashita the winner.

Aside from the Princess Tag Team Champions Miu Watanabe and Rika Tatsumi defending against Maki Itoh and Raku, and Yuki Kamifuku vs. Yuki Aino in #1 con. match for the Princess Of Princess Title, the rest of this card is a surprise lineup.

Hikari Noa and Sena Shiori beat Mahiro Kiryu and Pom Harajuku when Noa pinned Harajuku after the uranage throw. 

Miyu Yamashita pinned Haruna Neko after a roundhouse kick.

Yuka Sakazaki and Mizuki beat Yuna Manase and Nodoka Tenma when Sakazaki pinned Tenma with a crucifix.

Natsumi Maki pinned Suzume after the Backlash.

Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao beat Mina Shirakawa and Mirai Maiumi when Misao pinned Maiumi with a La Magistral Cradle. 

Yuki Aino pinned Yuki Kamifuku with a double arm suplex to become the #1 con. to the Princess Of Princess Title currently held by Yuka Sakazaki. Aino will face Sakazaki on 7/23.

Princess Tag Team Champions Miu Watanabe and Rika Tatsumi beat Maki Itoh and Raku when Watanabe pinned Raku after the Tear Drop. After the match, Shoko Nakajima and Hyper Misao came out to challenge for a title shot. The match will take place on 7/23 at Korakuen Hall.

Thanks to Tomi Yamada for sending in the results.

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