Sendai Girls had their latest show on Sept. 8 at Zepp Sendai. Like a lot of their shows, it was against a visiting promotion, the Kaoru Ito Professional Wrestling Classroom. At the start of the show, the new names for the Sendai trainees were announced. This is probably a good idea because then they can develop their own personalities and look and it's also good for merchandising. It's probably not a great idea to put these girls on other promotions main events but I guess they're perceived as special. One of the names doesn't translate very well so until I can find out what it's supposed to be, I will use the real name. Sachiko Kanari is now called Sachiko Sendai. Chisako Kanari is now called Dash Chisako. Akari Okuda is now called T-Rex Okuda. Ayane Mizumura is called Mizhaaya. Yurie Kaneko doesn't translate.
The opener was Yurie Kaneko against Mai Ichii. Kaneko starts with two dropkicks. Ichii comes back with a kick and a camel clutch. Kaneko comes back with a kick, dropkicks and a facebuster. Ichii hits a missile kick and then a Comet kick for the win at 8:27. Next was Sachiko Sendai against Hanako Kobayashi. Sachiko is now a blonde. Sachiko starts with a dropkick and Kobayashi counters with a camel clutch. Scahiko hits two tackles and an achilles hold. After exchanging elbows, Sachiko hits two dropkicks. Kobayashi comes back with a DDT. Then Sachiko misses a missile kick. Kobayashi attempts a body attack from the corner but Sachiko hits a DDT and a German suplex for the win at 9:27 (pictured). This was her first win.
Next was Mizhaaya against Midori. Midori is also from Sendai. Mizhaaya started with a body ram and a camel clutch. Midori hits a body press from the corner. They exchange elbows. Mizhaaya's missile kick gets a two count. After three lariats, Mizhaaya wins with a diving guillotine legdrop at 8:04. Next was Dash Chisako against Kaoru Ito. Ito uses her size advantage with a lariat and a footstamp followed by a hip attack in the corner. Chisako attempts to counter but it doesn't work and Ito comes back with a body press and a back throw. Chisako knocks Ito out of the ring with a dropkick and then dives from the corner to the arena floor. Back in the ring, Chisako hits two missile kicks. Ito hits lariats for a couple of two counts and then finishes her with the diving footstamp at 11:40.
The main event was Ayako Hamada & Ayako Sato against Meiko Satomura & T-Rex Okuda. The story is that Satomura is still upset about her recent loss to Hamada. Hamada & Satomura tag in at the five minute mark. They go back and forth as one would expect until Satomura hits a dragon screw. Okuda tags in and is hit by a double dropkick. Satomura is back in with Hamada. Hamada hits a missile kick and a moonsault. Satomura comes back with a footstamp, a middle kick abd a savat kick. They hit a lot of big moves. Okuda hits four jumping knees on Hamada. Hamada comes back with a moonsault and Satomura breaks up the pin. Hamada hits Okuda with three spin kicks followed by the AP Cross for the win at 25:39. Sato cut Satomura off at the pass. Afterwards. Satomura announced that the Oct. 5 show will be Sendai vs JWP.