Next is Hirenai (Yurie Kaneko) vs Commando Bolshoi. Bolshoi starts out with a chinlock. Hirenai tries to come back with matwork but she unable to control Bolshoi. The end comes when Bolshoi hits a German duplex, a back fist and a triangle choke for the win at 11:31. Next is Sachiko Sendai vs Kaori Yoneyama. Sachiko starts out with dropkicks, a camel clutch and flying tackles. Yoneyama comes back with a DDT, a suplex a swinging DDT and a missile dropkick. But then she misses a senton from the top rope. But Sachiko is unable to take advanrage and Yoneyama hits a German suplex and a diving senton for the win at 8:38. Sendai Girls announces their new trainee Harada will debut on Nov. 18.
Next was DASH Chisako vs Tsubasa Kuragaki. As you might expect, Kuragaki uses her size to wear down Chisako. But Kuragaki misses a top rope moonsault. Chisako hit two missile dropkicks but Kuragaki hits a lariat, a backdrop, a uraken and another lariat for the win at 11:01. The main event was Meiko Satomura & T-Rex Okuda vs Azumi Hyuga & Arisa Nakajima. The match was going along and Satomura & Hyuga were in the ring. Satomura hits a DDT, a German suplex and a Death Valley Driver on Hyuga. Nakajima intrudes and Satomura takes care of her with a Dragon Screw. But it distracts Satomura enough for Hyuga to hit aq German suplex and a missile dropkick. Hyuga hits Satomura with a running knee for the win at 17:57. But Satomura's not getting up. Apparently Hyuga knocked her out by accident and Satomura was taken to the hospital. Meanwhile, Bolshoi got together with Jinsei Shinzaki and announced that Hyuga will defend the JWP Open Weight Title against Satomura at a future date. So obviously there was supposed to be a confrontation between the two. Oh, well. Accidents happen. Satomura has a broken orbital bone. I think she'll return in time for the next Sendai Girls show on Nov. 18.