TJPW have recently held another City Circuit Autumn event. Yuka Sakazaki, Miu Watanabe and more were part of Yuki Arai’s Homecoming show.
The promotion has recently celebrated City Circuit Autumn Yuki Arai Local Triumph, which took place form the KYOTO KBS Hall in Kyoto, Japan. This show served as a homecoming event for TJPW Princess Tag Team Champion Yuki Arai, and presented 6 very interesting matches.
So, with nothing else to say, here are the full results of TJPW’s November 13th City Circuit Autumn Yuki Arai Local Triumph:
- Singles Match: Moka Miyamoto defeated Kaya Toribami – Moka pinned Toribami after hitting Korokan.
- 3-Way Match: Shoko Nakajima defeated Suzume & Haruna Neko – Shoko pinned Neko with the Hurricanrana.
- Tag Team Match: Yuki Aino & Raku defeated Yuki Kamifuku & Mahiro Kiryu – Raku pinned Kiryu after hitting Doctor Yellow.
- Singles Match: Rika Tatsumi defeated Arisu Endo – Rika submitted Endo with the Figure 4-Leglock.
- Tag Team Match: TJPW Princess of Princess Champion Yuka Sakazaki & Mizuki defeated Hikari Noa & Maki Itoh – Yuka pinned Hikari after hitting the Magical Merry-Go-Round.
- Tag Team Match: TJPW Princess Tag Team Champions Saki Akai & Yuki Arai defeated TJPW International Princess Champion Miu Watanabe & Pom Harajuku – Yuki pinned Pom after hitting Finally.
- Shortly after the match ended, Yuki Aino & Raku made their way to the ring and issued a challenge to the Princess Tag Team Champions. Saki & Yuki accept, making the match official for the upcoming TJPW ALL RISE ’22 event on November 27th.
This is all for our coverage of TJPW City Circuit Autumn: Yuki Arai Local Triumph. Stay tuned to Wrestling Republic, as we’ll keep you updated with everything you need to know about Japanese wrestling.
Where Can You Watch TJPW City Circuit Autumn: Yuki Arai Local Triumph?
Fans will be able to watch this -and every other TJPW event- on the company’s official streaming platform, Wrestle Universe. In addition to TJPW, you will also be able to enjoy the best content from DDT Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling NOAH and Ganbare Pro Wrestling.
You can also visit TJPW’s official YouTube channel to check some of their shows’ highlights and more original content. Additionally, make sure to follow TJPW on their official Twitter account for more information on their upcoming shows.
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