The prize for winning this tournament is a flag that was donated by Sendai Girls sponsor Transport Sendai. The opener was between Ryo Mizunami and Minori Makiba of Ice Ribbon. After exchanging elbows, Mizunami hits a flying tackle and hooks a sleeper hold. She switches to an armbar and then an achilles hold. Following a shoulder block, she makes Makiba tap out with a shoulder hold at 6:32. Next was Arisa Nakajima vs Hiren. Hiren starts out with dropkicks. But Nakajima throws her and then applies a camel clutch. Then a DDT. Hiren comes back with a facelock followed by an ankle lock. Hiren hits a missile kick followed by a knee drop from the second rope. Nakajima comes back with a back breaker and a backdrop. Hiren replies with a body ram followed by three missile dropkicks. But Nakajima gets a German suplex and wins with the Cutie Special at 8:14.
Next was Misaki Ohata vs Ayako Sato. Ohata has some fan support because she grew up in Sendai. Sato begins with a dropkick followed by a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Ohata comes back with two dropkicks and a bow & arrow hold. Sato hits three dropkicks and a body attack from the top rope. She gets the win with three dropkicks, a body press and two missile kicks at 10:36. Next was Sendai Sachiko vs Mio Shirai from Maheken. They exchange elbows, dropkicks & kicks and Sachiko gets an achilles hold followed by a neck throw. They throw dropkicks at each other and then Mio hits two face busters. Sachiko hits a tackle and a DDT but misses a missile kick. Sachiko hits a knee drop to the back of the head from the top rope followed by a senton. Then a swinging DDT followed by a hurricanrana and Sachiko hits a German suplex for the win at 9:07.
During intermission, they announced that fans have collected 30,000 yen to award to the tournament winner. And the new Sendai Girls trainees were introduced. Next was Horoyo Matsumoto vs Mika Mizunuma. Mizunuma is a big girl so she wins a battle of strength. She follows this with a body block, an atomic drop, a guillotine and a lariat. Matsumoto comes back with the Argentinian back breaker followed by a blockbuster. A missile kick, a tackle and a back elbow gives the win to Matsumoto at 9:58. Next was Io Shirai of Maheken vs Mayuca Niizeki of JWP. Io begins with a body & hip attack and a face crusher. Niizeki replies with an Achilles hold and a dropkick. But Io got control for good and wins with a lionsault at 9:02.
Next was Kana vs DASH Chisako. They exhange similar moves at the start; elbows, dropkicks and they exchange camel clutches. Chisako gets a neck throw followed by a hip attack for a 2 count. This is followed by a dropkick to the head. This is a very fast paced match going back and forth. Kana hits a back DDT at the ten minute mark. They exchange armlocks and it looked like Kana may have pulled something. Kana hits a German suplex followed by a uraken and an ace crusher. Kana ends it with a hip attack, a running elbow, two German suplexes and a Billyken for the win at 13:56. I'm not sure what it is but the finisher comes from a wrestler named Billy Ken Kid.
The final match was Tyrannosaurus Okuda vs Hanako Kobayashi. Okuda begins with an armbar followed by a throw, an elbow, a camel clutch and a surfboard. They both try to apply Achilles holds. Kobayashi get in some offense with a neck throw and a body attack. Okuda hits a dropkick and they exchange elbows. Okuda hits a jumping knee at the ten minute mark followed by a missile kick and a backdrop. Kobayashi almost gets the win with a small package. Okuda wins with a jumping knee and a German suplex at 14:49. The tournamrnt quarterfinals will be May 23 at Zepp Sendai. The matches are Ryo Mizunami vs Arisa Nakajima, Ayako Sato vs Sendai Sachiko, Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Io Shirai and Kana vs Tyrannosaurus Okuda.