TJPW have recently held The Mountain Top 2022. Yuka Sakazaki, Miu Watanabe, Maki Itoh, Willow Nightingale and more were part of the show.
Welcome to another edition of Wrestling Republic’s coverage of Joshi Puroresu. This time, we’ll put the focus on Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling and its latest show.
The promotion has recently celebrated The Mountain Top 2022. The event took place from the EDION Arena Osaka in Osaka, Japan and featured 6 very interesting matchups.
So, with nothing else to say, here are the full results of TJPW The Mountain Top 2022:
- Tag-Team Match: Yuki Aino & Raku defeated Nao Kakuta & Yoshiko Hasegawa – Aino pinned Hasegawa after hitting the Venus DDT.
- Tag-Team Match: Miyu Yamashita & Juria Nagano defeated Mahiro Kiryu & Kaya Toribami – Yamashita pinned Toribami after hitting the Attitude Adjustment.
- Trios Match: Mizuki, Suzume & Haruna Neko defeated Shoko Nakajima, Hyper Misao & Pom Harajuku – Mizuki pinned Pom after hitting the Diving Foot Stomp.
- Tag-Team Match: Rika Tatsumi & Yuki Arai defeated Hikari Noa & Arisu Endo – Tatsumi submitted Endo with the White Dragon Sleeper.
- Tag-Team Match: Yuka Sakazaki & Willow Nightingale defeated Maki Itoh & Yuki Kamifuku – Willow pinned Kamifuku after hitting a Sit-Out Gutwrench Powerbomb.
- TJPW International Princess Championship – Singles Match: Miu Watanabe (c) defeated Moka Miyamoto – Miu pinned Moka after hitting the Tear Drop.
This is all for our coverage of TJPW The Mountain Top 2022. Stay tuned to Wrestling Republic, as we’ll keep you updated with everything you need to know about Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling.
Where Can You Watch TJPW The Mountain Top 2022?
Fans will be able to watch this -and every other TJPW event- on the company’s official streaming platform, Wrestle Universe. Besides TJPW, you will be able to enjoy the best content from DDT Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling NOAH and Ganbare Pro Wrestling.
It is also important to mention that new subscribers will get the opportunity to take a 2-week free trial of the entire service.
Additionally, you can visit TJPW’s official YouTube channel to check some of their shows’ highlights and more original content. You can also follow TJPW on their official Twitter account for more information on their upcoming shows.
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