The show started with the announcement that Sendai Girls will hold a one day tournament on Jan. 18 at Zepp Sendai. The winner gets a shot at the OZ Academy Championship. The opener had Sendai rookie Maki Harada vs Atsuko Emoto. Harada' offense was mostly dropkicks and a sleeper hold. Emoto finsihed her with a brainbuster and an M Clutch for the submission at 7:32. Next was Hiren vs Cherry. The match was compeititive enough that it looked like Hiren could win. But Cherry softened her up with an ankle lock followed by a Shining Wizard and a Cherry Bomb for the win at 9:38.
Next was Ryo Mizunami vs Kyoko Kimura. Kimura gets the edge with head butts. But Mizunami comes back with a shoulder block in the corner and a guillotine leg drop from the second rope for a two count. Kimura works on her shoulder and then gets her to submit with a cross arm breaker at 12:16. Next was Sachiko Sendai & DASH Chisako vs Tomoka Nakagawa & Misaki Ohata. Chisako starts out with a drpkick on Nakagawa. An arm twist and Sachiko tags in and hits two dropkicks and applies a sleeper. The Ibuki team comes back with an Ohata dropkick and a Nakagawa elbow. Ohata tags in and hits an elbow, a neck throw, a dropkick and a body ram followed by stomping. They all trade dropkicks and Chisako mises a missile dropkick. The Ibuki team hits a double brainbuster. Then the sisters double team with a Roaring Senton, a swinging DDT, a missile kick and a German suplex. Sachiko & Nakagawa hit simultaneous lariats. Ohata gets a 2 count with a body press. Sachiko comes back with a Hurricanrana and a German suplex and Chisako wins over Ohata with a Hurricanrana at 14:42.
Time for the main event with Tyrannosaurus Okuda defending her JWP Junior & POP Titles against Hiroyo Matsumoto. Matsumoto starts with an elbow and a missile kick from the second rope followed by a camel clutch. They trade achilles holds and then trade elbows and tackles. Matsumoto's size edge begins to show. Okuda comes back with three jumping knees. Matsumoto applies her Argentinian backbreaker. Okuda hangs in and hits a German suplex. The end comes when Okuda hits a jumping knee attack for the win at 13:28. Okuda says afterwards that she will win the one day tournament and the OZ Academy Championship. Aja Kong may have something to say about that.