The first two matches were first round matches in the JWP Junior Tournament. Gutsworld idol rookie Lily Urai actually won a match over another rookie called Blue in 7:13 with a diving body press. I don't know who Blue is. Lily's opponent in the semi final will be determined next week. The other match had former A To Z trainee Yasusato Nakajima over a rookie named Hanako Kobayashi in 7:42. I'm not sure but I think Kobayashi may have been making her debut. Nakajima will face impressive Ibuki rookie Kayoko Matsumoto in the semi finals on Dec. 12.
Next was this whole WANTED reunion. This was Sachie Abe's first match back after recovering from a broken arm. It was against Teru. KAZUKI was seconding Abe and Toshie Uematsu seconded Teru. Not surprisingly, there wasn't really a match as Uematsu & KAZUKI got involved. KAZUKI was stabbed in the wrist and it turned into a big brawl. The result is Sachie Abe & KAZUKI vs Toshie Uematsu & Teru on the Dec. 24 Korakuen Hall show. So, there's your WANTED reunion. Aren't you excited? Next was a six person match with Commando Bolshoi, ECO & Manami Toyota vs Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama. Kuragaki won over Bolshoi with a lariat. Then Carlos Amano came out to challenge Kuragaki to a match and that will be on the Dec. 24 show.
The main event had Azumi Hyuga (pictured) successfully defend her JWP Open Weight Championship over Leon. But the big news is that Hyuga challenged NEO Singles & NWA Pacific Titles champ Yoshiko Tamura to a match on Dec. 24. That match will happen but we don't know yet if it will be on the JWP or NEO Korakuen Hall show. They'll both have shows that day. Tamura hasn't responded yet so we don't know which titles will be up for grabs. It could be all three. Hyuga is a great wrestler and Tamura can be good when she's in the mood so this has potential to be a great match. And Hyuga has held the NEO titles in the past.