The opener had Toshie Uematsu vs JWP rookie Mayuca Niizeki. Uematsu is kind to her and lets her get in some offense mostly with elbow smashes. But the match went as one would expect and after a missile kick, Uematsu won with a dragon suplex at 10:49. Kei'to used her edge in power and size to beat Kana with a shining wizard at 11:21. Azumi Hyuga teamed with Fuuka against KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita. Yabushita has been filling in for the injured Abe. KAZUKI begins with Fuuka after a double team move, Yabushita tags in and applies an ankle lock. Hyuga breaks it up and she & Yabushita demonstrate some chain wrestling. KAZUKI & Fuuka are in the ring a lot because they're trying to set up something for the next show. Hyuga wins over KAZUKI with the Michinoku Driver II at 16:35. KAZUKI & Fuuka have a post match discussion to st up an eight girl match featuring Jaguar Yokota & Manami Toyota for the Apr. 29 show.
Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon defeated Tsubasa Kuragaki & Arisa Nakajima when Leon used the Leon Stone on Nakajima at 19:37. Kuragaki was in control when she was in there but things didn't go well for Nakajima in this match. Kayoko Haruyama vs Commando Bolshoi for the JWP Open Weight title shot is the main event. Of course Bolshoi owns JWP and could put herself over but she knows her character is a clown and won't do that. So the idea is to make Haruyama look as good as possible so she comes across as a credible challenger and possible champ. So there's a lot of chain wrestling. Bolshoi does a lot of flying. Haruyama doesn't really do much of that. Haruyama goes for her Keen Hammer finish but Bolshoi counters it. But Haruyama finally does get the win with the Keen Hammer at 25:43. Apparently it was a good match but not taped. Normally I don't look at Haruyama as a champ but Hyuga has been having knee trouble again and needs to take some time off. So it appears that Kayoko Haruyama will become the JWP Open Weight Champ on Apr. 29. She's been there for a few years and deserves the opportunity.