The show began with Nanae Takahashi vs Kana. Obviously NEO president Koda's motivation was to have Takahashi make her return in NEO. Too bad Fuuka Matsuri jumped the gun. The match began as a slugfest and then Takahashi gained control with an armbar followed by a reverse half Boston crab. Takahashi won with a lariat at 12:26. She told the crowd afterwards she hopes to work more for NEO in the future. She hasn't announced specific plans yet. Next up was Toshie Uematsu vs Mariko Yoshida. Considering that these two had never faced each other before, why did NEO treat it like a throwaway match? There was nothing unusual about the match and Yoshida won with the Air Raid Crash at 10:30.
Next was Fuuka, Riho from Ice Ribbon & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Sakura Emi, Makoto & Misaki Ohata. Fuuka, Riho & Sakura Emi wore schoolgirl uniforms but Emi wrestled in hers. Obviously the match was light comedy and Riho pinned Emi at 12:58. Why is she doing the job? Well, she wants to put over an Ice Ribbon wrestler. Next was an Iron Woman match Kyoko Kimura, Atsuko Emoto, Tomoka Nakagawa & Vanessa The Mountain vs Yoshiko Tamura, Misae Genki, Etsuko Mita & Aya Yuki. Most falls in 30 minutes with overtime if they're tied. Kimura starts bleeding from her light tubes match yesterday. Vanessa won the first fall with a super power bomb on Genki at 17:30. Yuki ties it up over Vanessa at 24:48 when Mita nails Vanessa with a series of chair shots. It goes into overtime and after a one minute rest period, Emoto wins over Yuki with a lariat at 32:21. Nakagawa is nursing a shoulder injury suffered on Saturday's Ibuki show. Yoshida says Nakagawa will take some time off.
Not surprisingly, Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki defended the NEO Tag Team Titles over Cherry & Shuu Shibutani when Tanny used a muscle buster on Cherry at 18:43. Afterwards, Atsuko Emoto & Kyoko Kimura demanded a title shot and got it on the May 6 Itabashi show. That's a match worthy of a larger show. The title match between Haruka Matsuo & Kyoko Inoue went as expected. Kyoko controlled the match. Matsuo got in some offense like a plancha from the top rop to the floor. But Kyoko hit a lariat and a power bomb followed by the Niagara Driver to win at 15:23. So Kyoko Inoue is the new NEO Singles & NWA Pacific Champion. I don't believe Kyoko is being selfish though she has been selfish in the past. Koda's booking of Matsuo as champ was some of the worst booking I've seen in years. I could list the mistakes but there were too many. So the result was inevitable and the show itself doesn't look like my cup of tea.