The opener had JWP rookie Pinkie Mayuca against debuting Ice Ribbon wrestler Kazumi Shimouna. I guess the idea is to keep Pinkie on a winning streak. It was your basic rookie match and Pinkie won with a diving body press at 8:33. How about a REDRUG reunion? That's right. Commando Bolshoi teamed with GAMI vs Arisa Nakajima & Kana. So the veterans reprised a lot of their REDRUG shtick and the youngsters provided a lot of the action. Nakajima got a lot of her spots in including a double German suplex with Kana. The end came when GAMI used her Greco Roman eye poke to allow Bolshoi to apply a Sensei Hold on Kana for the tap out at 20:40.
Tojuki Leon defeated Kei'to with a captured buster at 12:55. So next was a oone count cosplay match with Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI. Bolshoi announced last week that Uematsu had asked for KAZUKI to be dressed up as a nurse like she had at a recent dojo show. Before the match, KAZUKI told Uematsu that she had to be in costume too and handed her pom poms. That's right, Toshie Uematsu as a cheerleader. Apparently the rule was that Uematsu had to do a cheer at every break. So KAZUKI took her temperature and used a stethoscope and Uematsu danced until she got serious and won with a Dragon suplex at 5:20.
The main event had Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Kaori Yoneyama & Ran YuYu. The concept behind this match is that Ran had to drop out of the #1 contender tournament due to injury and was never defeated. So she wants a title shot and she and Haruyama are eying each other warily. It's standard booking. Naturally they weren't involved in the ending. Yoneyama tries to pin Haruyama twice with Majistral cradles but Haruyama reverses her Hurricanrana attempt and wins with the Keene Hammer at 19:49. As I said, expect Kayoko Haruyama's JWP Open Weight Championship defense to happen at the June 1 Osaka show. I don't expect the title to change hands but it should be a good match.