Thursday, August 28, 2008
Satomura's return match announced at Aug. 24 show
Next was Sendai Sachiko vs Sonoko Kato. They exchange elbows and tackles. Kato kicks Sachiko, throws her by the neck and applies a sleeper. Sachiko escapes, kicks Kato followed by elbows, a body ram, another elbow and a neck throw. She applies an Achilles hold. Kato reverses it but Sachiko excapes and applies a camel clutch. Kato reverses that and follows with a guillotine to the back and a dropkick. They start blocking each other's moves. Kato misses a gullotine and a dropkick and Sachiko hits a dropkick to the head. Kato kicks her and rolls her up for two. Then Kato goes to the top and hits a Frankensteiner and a senton followed by a DDT. Sachiko comes back with a missile dropkick and a swinging DDT from the second rope. Kato kicks her in the back of the head followed by a bosy ram and a dragon sleeper. Kato misses a top rope guillotine leg drop. Scahiko hits a double arm salto and a German suplex. Kato returns the German suplex. They exchange kicks and Kato's running elbow followed by a dragon suplex gets her the win at 13:07. Sachiko refuses the post match handshake.
DASH Chisako comes out for her match with Carlos Amano and is greeted with red paper tape with Happy Birthday written on it. They begin with a test of strength. Amano throws her with a headlock. Chisako reverses it but misses a dropkick. Amano's neck throw gets a two count. Amano throws her and tramples her at the ropes. They exchange elbows and Amano kicks and knees Chisako. The exchange elbows again and Amano stomps Chisako. Chisako hits several forearms and dropkicks. Amano comes back with several front kicks for two. Chisako hits a lariat and Amano misses a lariat then hits one followed by a top rope lariat. Amano's backdrop is followed by a missile dropkick. She hits a German suplex but misses a missile dropkick. Chisako goes for the pin but then kicks Amano in the face and follows with a Hurricanrana. Chisako hits a power bomb followed by another Hurricanrana. But Amano rolls through and follows a suplex with a Carlos Ghosn and an avalanche style brainbuster for the win at 18:49.
Meiko Satomura then announced her return match. She thanked the fans for their support in her absense and said she didn't want her return match to be viewed as a trial run. So her opponent on Oct. 26 will be Aja Kong. Now we get our first look and the new evil Manami Toyota vs Ryo Mizunami. Toyota attacks Mizunami after the handshake but Mizunami gets an armlock and gets Toyota on the mat. She throws Toyota to the corner and wraps her arm around the rope followed by a dropkick. A test of strength and Toyota tackles Mizunami and takes her down with a headlock. Toyota's sleeper is followed by her Indian deathlock spot. Mizunami gets to the ropes. An exchange of tackles and Mizunami lands outside the ring. Toyota hits a tope from the top rope but misses a moonsault. Mizunami kicks Toyota and tackles her in the corner. She follows this with three guillorine legdrops followed by a diving shoulder tackle from the top rope. Toyota does the rolling cradle for two followed by a moonsault press. Toyota hits a Big Boots anda uraken. Then a diving guillotine legdrop. Mizunami tries for the upset with a Majistral cradle for two. But Toyota hits a German suplex, a missile dropkick and the Japanese Ocean Queen Bee Bomb for the win at 18:49.
The main event is Hiren vs Aja Kong. Hiren attacks Aja on the ramp while she's on the way to the ring. That will prove to be her first and only mistake. She dropkicks her and hits her with Aja's metal can. Aja gets to the ring and Hiren hits several dropkicks. Hiren hits a missile dropkick to the back of the head. Her big mistake is going for the ankle lock. Aja escapes and hits several lariats followed by a vertical brainbuster for the win at 2:28. Aja grabbed the mic. She told Hiren that she expected her attack because Hiren is now in the Ozaki Army and is growing up. But she crushed her anyway. She told Meiko Satomura that she plans to turn Satomura's return match into a retirement match. She suggests that fans should be sure to come for that retirement. Aja said she could show mercy after Satomura's long absence but Aja's only thought is to crush her. Choosing Aja Kong for her return match will be the biggest regret of Meiko Satomura's life. Well, that's a good way to sell a match.