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Neo Japan Ladies Grand Opening 1st Battle FIRST KISS Commercial Tape 1/9/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

*Neo's debut show. Reviewed in Quebrada #38*

Triangle Match: Yuka Shiina vs. Saya Endo vs. Tanny Mouse.

A) Shiina vs. Saya. Very bland match between women who weren't over. Very slow paced, short, and had little build. Saya's heel tactics didn't get heat. *

B) Shiina vs. Tanny. Even worse than the part because Tanny is bad as they come. Shiina is too old to be having these kind of turds back to back, especially when Tanny actually didn't ruin the match by using nothing but Tanny butts. 3/4*

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Yoshiko Tamura. Tamura's ring work is better and she's added some nice new spots. ASARI's has a new look, but her ring work remains stagnant. The new holds by Tamura were nice and made for a good match, but ASARI didn't put them over enough and they weren't the finish, so they were relegated pedestrian way too soon. Good work, but the match lacked direction or focus. **1/2

Kyoko Inoue vs. Misae Genki. Surprisingly good match, that turned out to be the best on the first two Neo shows. Genki got a lot better. Her offense isn't even arcane anymore. Mainly Genki pushing Kyoko to get credibility. Traditional style bout with Kyoko making sure they both worked to get their holds off. Instead of doing transitions thought countering a spot, Kyoko often brought it to a stalemate and then whoever got the hold off took the advantage. Smart match because it increased Genki's credibility without being tolling on Kyoko, who still had two more matches to work. Genki pushed Kyoko enough that you would want to see a rematch, and there is still plenty of room for her to gain with a loss. ***1/4

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Kyoko Inoue & Tanny Mouse.. Basically ruined by Tanny's bad work, bad selling, stupid antics, and non-existent move set. Kyoko also didn't work as well with Cachorras as she used to. **1/4

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita & Saya Endo vs. Kyoko & ASARI & Tamura. AJW style ring work match. ***

*I have a limited amount of additional 1st generation SP tapes available*

Neo Japan Ladies Seven Chocolates Grand Opening 2nd Battle Neo vs. JWP Summit Showdown Kyoko Inoue vs. Hikari Fukuoka
Commercial Tape 2/15/98 Tokyo Komazawa Olympic Kinen Koen Taiikukan

-2hr. Q=Master

*Reviewed in Quebrada #38*

Saya Endo vs. The Goddess Chikako Shiratori. Mainly a backdrop for the Lioness, Shark, and co. run in that set up the main event of the 3/8 Jd' show. Saya looked good carrying the match, but The Goddess seemed to be working at ½ speed and her execution was sub par. *1/2

Neo Ladies vs. JWP Singles 3 x 3: Yuka Shiina vs. Tomoko Kuzumi. Pretty good match, but not close to the level of what Kuzumi does in JWP because Shiina isn't very good. Kuzumi had to tone her style down to Shiina's level, but she was as solid as ever. Kuzumi attacks Shiina's bad knee on two occasions, and both times Shiina makes a terrible comeback doing her spots like she is in perfect condition. **1/2

Neo Ladies vs. JWP Singles 3 x 3: Tanny Mouse vs. Kanako Motoya. Motoya is hampered considerably by a bad back, and Tanny is just plain awful. Tanny just does a bunch of Tanny butts then pins Motoya with a hideously executed double arm suplex. DUD

Neo Ladies vs. JWP Singles 3 x 3: Misae Genki vs. Tomoko Miyaguchi. This was a good solid match, and the only one on this tape that was better than it should have been. Miyaguchi had a strong performance carrying Genki, but Genki deserves credit for finally becoming carryable. Neo takes the series 2-1. ***

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Jaguar Yokota . Good match, but it was just an exhibition of spots with no real substance to them. The work was good, but the match really lacked heat. ASARI didn't gain anything because she didn't really push Jaguar. Disappointing match, with bad AJW-esque booking. ***

Handicap Elimination Match: Las Cachorras Orientales (Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita) vs. ASARI & Shiina & Genki & Tanny. This match was absolutely pointless. This was the perfect opportunity to elevate a youngster by having Shimoda or Mita lay down for one of them. Instead, Cachorras win 4-0 and relegate the opposition to inconsequential jobbers. At least the work was good and Cachorras did a very good job of carrying the opposition. *1/2

Kyoko Inoue vs. Hikari Fukuoka (JWP). Solid match, but not that spectacular, especially for a Hikari match. The heat, drama, and selling were the best on the show, but nothing tremendous. Kyoko held the match down. ***

Neo Ladies Las Cachorras Orientales Hataagesen Do Scramble Commercial Tape 2/25/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Master

Tanny Mouse vs. Chihiro Nakano. I was all set to hate this match, but it wasn't that bad. Tanny wrestles serious, not doing a zillion Tannybutts or her bad comedy. Nakano looks pretty good here. She should have stayed in GAEA. *1/2

Yuka Shiina vs. Kyoko Ichiki. This match wasn't that long, but, even though they did some cool things, it dragged. These two don't really understand how to wrestle or have enough spots to do a spot oriented match. 1/4

Cooga vs. Chaparrita ASARI. First 10 minutes were dull, but final four were good with all the high spots. The fact that these two have nothing to bridge to the high spots was really evident here. *3/4

Bloody & Ryuna vs. Saya Endo & The Goddess Chikako Shiratori. Saya & Bloody worked well together. Shiratori was alright, but Fang added nothing. This was predominantly a brawl, with even Shiratori swinging a chair. Unfortunately, The Goddess juiced. **1/4

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Kyoko Inoue & Misae Genki. Very good work and the typical Cachorras brawling. Pretty much just a spot match. Tons of action and near falls, but it would have been nice if they could have developed a storyline given they were out there almost a half an hour. ***3/4

Neo Ladies Neo Ladies '98 SPRING TOUR Neo Ladies vs. Las Cachorras 3 vs. 3 Kecchakusen (settlement war)
Commercial Tape 4/22/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall & 4/23 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukan 2 & 4/24 Nagoya Shi Taiikukan
-1hr 45min. Q=Master

    4/24 Nagoya

Yuka Shiina vs. Chiharu (SPWF). Even worse than a rookie style match. Short and bad. 1/2*

Neo & JWP Special Tag Match: Yoshiko Tamura & Rieko Amano (JWP) vs. Tanny Mouse & Kanako Motoya (JWP). Match had a lot of action, but it had no substance as nothing went anywhere. Disappointing because everyone but Tanny has the talent, but no one stepped up. *1/2

    Road to Neo vs. Las Cachorras 4/22 Korakuen Hall

2/3 Falls: Shimoda & Mita vs. Kyoko & Misae Genki. Highlights

    4/23 Osaka

Shimoda & Mita vs. The Bloody & Fang Suzuki (Jd' team)

Shimoda & Mita & Saya Endo vs. Kyoko & Genki & Shiina. Highlights

    Neo Ladies vs. Las Cachorras Singles 3 vs. 3

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Saya Endo. Mediocre match that was basically spots back and forth with no build or psychology. Spots looked good, but basic stuff wasn't done all that well. *1/2

Mita vs. Genki. There were about 30 people in the building, so they didn't do all that much. The execution was good, but the match had a slow even pace and was rather dull. *3/4

Kyoko Inoue vs. Mima Shimoda. Maybe under better circumstances, Shimoda could carry Kyoko to a very good or better match, but a match of this caliber doesn't come off well when no one shows up to see it. 1st half was pretty useless with a bunch of rest holds. 2nd half was quite good with all the big spots. Match was good, but it was lacking a lot of things. **3/4

Neo Ladies Be Happy 1st Commercial Tape 5/6/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

Mima Shimoda vs. Chaparrita ASARI. ASARI bled profusely. Shimoda completely dominated her to the point the match became boring because it was so one-sided. Some cool spots including ASARI doing a moonsault attack off the stage. Disappointing match because ASARI didn't push at all and the work wasn't even all that great. Read Review. **1/4

Misae Genki vs. Tanny Mouse. This was surprisingly intense and stiff early on, but they couldn't maintain it. Genki looked pretty good, but she's obviously not close to the level where she can carry a stiff like Tanny. Read Review. *1/4

Etsuko Mita vs. Yuka Shiina. Mita gave Shiina the opportunity to show her stuff, but once again it came down to the fact that Shiina just isn't that good. Read Review. *1/2

Saya Endo vs. Yoshiko Tamura. These two have had pretty good matches in the past, but that doesn't mean you have them go 26 ½ minutes. Neither has close to the move sets to do a match this long, so they did a ton of uneventful matwork to kill time. Eventually turned into a good match with some good near falls down the stretch, but it was too little too late. Read Review. *1/2

TWF World Singles Title: Kyoko Inoue vs. Lioness Asuka. Great match! Even better than their 4/26 match. The best women's match of 1998. Read Review. ****1/2

Battle Station Neo Ladies 7/19/98 Be Happy 1st Neo Japan Ladies Pro-Wrestling taped 6/10/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=Ex

Saya Endo vs. Sachie Abe (Jd'). *3/4

Kyoko Mania Sisters vs. Bukyogun: Tanny Mouse & Sumie Sakai (Jd') vs. Angie & Fang Suzuki (Jd' team). *1/4

Yuka Shiina vs. The Bloody (Jd'). **

Kyoko Inoue vs. Chaparrita ASARI. The actual wrestling was very good, but Kyoko wouldn't allow you to think she was even in danger of losing. **1/2

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Genki Misae & Yoshiko Tamura. The typical LCO brawl with very good work and tons of action. Again, the younger wrestlers don't pose much of a threat even though the match lasts over 20 minutes. ***1/4  

Battle Station Neo Ladies 10/29/98 Neo Storm taped 10/20/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Yuka Nakamura vs. Saya Endo 6:49. Read Review. *1/2

Shark Tsuchiya & Crusher Maedomari vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse 13:54. Read Review. *1/4

KANAKO OCTOBER ROAD TWO: Etsuko Mita vs. Kanako Motoya 19:09. Read Review. ***1/4

Mima Shimoda & Genki Misae vs. Chaparrita ASARI & Yuka Shiina 22:03. Read Review. **3/4

Kyoko Inoue Debut 10th Anniversary Special Single Match: Kyoko Inoue vs. Aja Kong (free) 19:35. Read Review. ****1/4

Battle Station Neo Ladies 11/29/98 Neo Energy 1998 taped 11/20/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=Ex

Yuka Nakamura vs. Hiroyo Muto (Jd'). *

Mima Shimoda & Misae Genki vs. Saya Endo & Tanny Mouse. **

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Crusher Maedomari. 1/2*

Etsuko Mita vs. Chaparrita ASARI 22:18. Competently wrestled long laid back match that lacked any sense of urgency. Mita was willing to wrestle, but refused to take her dimunitive opponent seriously. ASARI couldn't sustain an advantage with her flying, but finally got her teeth into the match when she began working Mita's bad knee. Mita ultimately sold a respectable amount, but just had that look on her face that said her opponent was nothing. As I never felt ASARI could win, and there wasn't enough spirit to make me ignore that fact, it was hard to get that into the match. **

TWF World Single Title: Kyoko Inoue vs. The Bloody (Jd') 6:31. A super annoying match where they gave Bloody a title shot, but only to advance the Kyoko vs. Lioness feud by having Kyoko run through Lioness' lackey. Kyoko looked fine offensively, but couldn't take well, with both rolling cradles failing almost immediately. Otherwise, Bloody wasn't allowed to do much on her own, and Fang Suzuki was no help either so Lioness had to quickly bail Bloody out. Lioness snuck out and hit Kyoko with a chair and chain then held her so Bloody could hit a plancha. Kyoko quickly came back and dispatched of Bloody though, so the show really didn't even have a main event. It just had a long veteran laughs off a never will get a chance to be a star followed by a short one, and that's a real shame because both matches had plenty of potential. *

Battle Station Neo Ladies 1/14/99 Neo 1998 Final Stage To 1999 taped 12/28/98 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=Ex

Saya Endo vs. Tanny Mouse. Tanny wrestles in this Ryuna like mask. *1/4

Crusher Maedomari vs. Yuka Nakamura. -*

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Yoshiko Tamura. **1/4

Mima Shimoda vs. Etsuko Mita. ***

TWF World Single Title: Kyoko Inoue vs. Misae Genki. Kyoko finally realized she had to put one of the younger wrestlers over. Of course, she didn't lose the match, but Genki was her equal here and she pretty much pushed Kyoko to the match.  Kyoko proved she isn't washed up, and Genki gave her best performance to date. ****  

Neo Ladies Neo Ladys 1st Anniversary Neo vs Zenjo Commercial Tape
-2hr. Q=Master

This was basically the history of Neo volume 1. They showed highlights of all their "important" matches from the debut show through 2/20/99. I'd recommend this tape for those who are interested in trying Neo (although 5/6/98 would be a better choice), because it will give you a good idea of what the league and their wrestlers are like. On the other hand, if you've seen all the Neo tapes then the tape is a waste because everything on this has been released on commercial tape or shown on Samurai, or both. In addition to clips from of over 40 matches, the tape has the following match from 1/10/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Kyoko Inoue & Misae Genki vs. Yumiko Hotta & Nanae Takahashi 18:39. This wasn't a great match. However, it served it's purpose, which was to make you want to see more Neo vs. Zenjo matches. It had the intensity that needed to be there to show the fans this feud was more than a series of friendly matches, that it was important and there was a lot of pride on the line. Takahashi showed nothing, as always. To her credit, she did understand what needed to be done, she's just incapable of executing. Luckily, Kyoko & Genki did a good job of working with Hotta. Genki looked like a star here because she has the ability and she wasn't afraid to take it to Hotta. This match wasn't glamourous, but it was fast-paced with pretty good stiffness and a lot of spots. The intensity and action were enough to get something almost never seen in women's wrestling these days, sustained heat. The post match got everyone involved and set up the next series of matches, particularly Hotta vs. Kyoko and Genki vs. Nanae. ***

Neo Ladies Battle Encore Neo 1st Anniversary Happy Neo Year 1999 taped 1/10/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Saya Endo

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Tanny Mouse

Yoshiko Tamura & Yuka Nakamura vs. Crusher Maedomari & Ryuna

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Saya Endo & Sumie Sakai

Kyoko Inoue & Misae Genki vs. Yumiko Hotta & Nanae Takahashi 18:39

Neo Ladies Battle Station 3/17/99 Neo Revolution '99 taped 2/20/99 Kanagawa Club Citta Kawasaki
-1hr 25min. Q=Ex

Kayo Noumi vs. Yuka Nakamura

Crusher Maedomari vs. Tanny Mouse

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Saya Endo

Misae Genki vs. Nanae Takahashi

Kyoko Inoue vs. Chaparrita ASARI

Battle Station '99 Playback 12/30/99 taped 5/5/99 Kanagawa Shi Taiikukan & 5/20/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

5/5

TOP OF THE SUPER LIGHT Junkessho: Kayo Noumi vs. Sumie Sakai. Noumi looked bad, but Sakai did a good job. 3:53 shown

TOP OF THE SUPER LIGHT Junkessho: Chaparrita ASARI vs. Command Bolshoi. Lots of big moves. 5:36 shown

TOP OF THE SUPER LIGHT Kesshosen: Sumie Sakai vs. Chaparrita ASARI. It was a little sloppy and didn't have much in the way of selling or transitions, but the moves were really nice. Really state of the art flying. Good match. 7:50 shown

Neo vs. Zenjo: Misae Genki vs. Miho Wakizawa. :47 shown

Neo vs. Zenjo: Saya Endo vs. Kumiko Maekawa. 1:01 shown

Neo vs. JWP Joshi Puroresu New Wave: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Azumi Hyuga. :48 shown

Crusher Maedomari & Ayako Ishida (Shark takes Ishida's place) vs. Tanny Mouse & Yuka Nakamura. 1:59 shown

Kyoko Inoue vs. Takako Inoue. Takako gave one of her better performances in recent memory and Kyoko put her over enough that she was credible. Read Review ***1/2

5/20 Tokyo Korakuen Hall

Neo vs. JWP Joshi Puroresu New Wave: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Ran Yu-Yu. Seemed like a good match. 5:59 shown

40 seconds of Survival Tobita to fast forward through

Saya Endo vs. Octopus Aid. Aid did horrible comedy. :34 shown

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Kiyoko Ichiki. :37 shown

Tanny Mouse & Yuka Nakamura & Kana Mizaki vs. Shark Tsuchiya & Crusher Maedomari & Miss Mongol. As bad as you'd expect. 4:42 shown

Neo Japan Cup '99 Koshiksen: Kyoko Inoue vs. Misae Genki. The pacing was slow, but it was pretty stiff and high impact. Genki was competitive, but it was a lot of back and forth as opposed to her really pushing. Good to very good match, but not on the level of their previous match. 9:02 shown

Battle Station Neo Ladies 7/14/99 taped 7/4/99 Kanagawa Club Citta Kawasaki
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Shark Tsuchiya & Crusher Maedomari (both free) vs. Kana Mizaki (JWP) & Yuka Nakamura. This wasn't as bad as I expected, but there still weren't many positives beyond Kana & Nakamura doing dives. 5 minutes aired, and it was below average.

Carlos Amano & Maya Hashimoto (JWP team) vs. Tanny Mouse & Chihiro Nakano (Big Japan). Nakano was pretty good here, but she acted too much like Tanny. Still, I can't really fault her for that because this made it look like they were a real team, rather than some patchwork combo. Amano was barely involved, so Nakano wound up being the best in the match. Tanny wasn't as bad as she usually is, for once she wasn't even the worst in the match (although it's hard to be worse than Hashimoto), because she did some decent double teaming and her submissions are better than they used to be. 8 minutes aired, and it was decent.

Maya Hashimoto (JWP) vs. Saya Endo. Watanabe limped out to sell the previous damage. Saya just destoyed her for two minutes. It wasn't bad while it lasted, but why bother? DUD

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Kayo Noumi (AJW). This match was kind of an enigma. It was decent, but they just don't know how to build the match, especially when it comes to building to the finish. It was pretty action packed, but there was no direction or focus. They did some decent spots, but they didn't chain anything together. ASARI won with a Michinoku driver II. She has the same problem as Kuzumi, she just doesn't have the strength to do this move. I mean, ASARI was barely able to do it to Noumi, and she weighs about as little as anyone in the business. **

Neo Japan Cup '99 Koshikisen All Pacific #1 Contenders Match: Misae Genki vs. Yoshiko Tamura. This match showed that Genki is the real deal. There was no veteran to carry her here, but she still delivered and then some. Tamura has always been capable, but she has always lacked the opponents, the credibility or both. Their intensity level was pretty good, but the crowd was quite as usual. In a way, I can't blame the fans for not reacting because no matter how many near falls Tamura gets, you know she'll "never" beat anyone in Neo that's above her. The match was work and spots like seemingly every match in the world these days. The quality of the match shows just how good these two can work, but to take it to the next level they'll have to learn to give the match some direction and give their spots some meaning. ***1/2

Kyoko Inoue vs. ZAP I (AJW). This match was frustrating because it did such a good job of setting up a series of matches between Inoues and ZAPs that we'll probably never see. I mean, for once I even though a screw job finish was justifiable. ZAPs did their typical routine with all the gimmicks and outside interference, but that made perfect sense here because it set up Takako trying to help her old partner out. This wasn't glamorous, but what they did was well done and the mental aspects were actually strong. ***1/2

Neo/JWP Battle Station 8/11/99 East vs. West Neo Ladies vs. JWP All Out War 1st Round taped 7/18/99 Osaka IMP Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Neo Ladies Day show

Yuka Nakamura vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki 3:12 of 14:03

Saya Endo vs. Kanako Motoya 5:56 of 12:48

5 vs. 5 Unlimited Time Elimination Match: Kyoko Inoue & Chaparrita ASARI & Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse vs. Azumi Hyuga & Dynamite Kansai & Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu & Carlos Amano 36:46. ***1/2

JWP Night show

Undercard highlights

Kana Mizaki & Carlos Amano vs. Devil Masami & Kayoko Haruyama digest of 15:38

Acute Sai vs. Yuka Nakamura 3:15 of 15:00

Saya Endo vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki 3:12 of 9:47

Azumi Hyuga & Dynamite Kansai & Command Bolshoi & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Kyoko Inoue & Chaparrita ASARI & Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura 19:40. **3/4

Battle Station Neo vs. JWP 8/18/99 East vs. West taped 7/21 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Yuka Nakamura vs. Ran Yu-Yu. 1/2*

Tanny "Another Version" Mouse vs. Command Bolshoi. 3:12 shown

Saya Endo vs. Carlos Amano. 3:34 shown.

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Devil Masami. *1/2

Kana sings LOVE SOUL. Devil sings REBIRTH.

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Kana Mizaki. ***1/2

Misae Genki vs. Dynamite Kansai. *3/4

Kyoko Inoue vs. Azumi Hyuga. *1/4

Battle Station Neo Ladies 9/8/99 Summer Gate '99 taped 8/11 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Neo Japan Cup '99 Koshikileaguesen: Saya Endo vs. Tanny Mouse. *

Kana Mizaki (JWP) & Yuka Nakamura vs. Shark Tsuchiya & Crusher Maedomari (free). DUD

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Lioness Asuka (free). ***

Misae Genki & Chaparrita ASARI vs. Keiko Aono & Miho Watabe (LLPW team). *1/4

Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Manami Toyota & Kaoru Ito. ***3/4

Battle Station Neo Ladies 10/22/99 Neo Autumn Night taped 9/26/99 Kanagawa Club Citta Kawasaki
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Tanny Mouse vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki. *1/4

Saya Endo vs. Miss Mongol. *

Miho Wakizawa vs. Yuka Nakamura. 1/2*

Chaparrita ASARI vs. Lady Victoria. DUD

Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura. **

Battle Station Neo Ladies 11/17/99 Live in HAKATA taped 10/22/99 Hakata Starlanes
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Neo Japan Cup'99 Koshikisen: Tanny Mouse vs. Yuka Nakamura. Tanny was tailless and actually wrestled seriously. It wasn't as bad as you'd think. *

Neo Japan Cup'99 Koshikisen: Misae Genki vs. Saya Endo. Spots with no meaning. The pacing was a lot faster than you'd expect from these two in a 30 minute match. 7:27 shown

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Takako Inoue. The last third was finishers back and forth. There was little selling, but the spots looked good for the most part. The main problem is Takako tries to be an ass kicker these days, but her blows have next to nothing on them. **1/2

WWWA Sekai Super Lightkyu Senshukenjiai: Momoe Nakanishi vs. Chaparrita ASARI. Once it got going there were a lot of big moves that were perfectly executed. It ended a few minutes to soon, with the near falls they did not being incorporated in a way that they'd be particularly dramatic. ***

WWWA Sekai Single Senshukenjiai: Kyoko Inoue vs. Yumiko Hotta. This was depressing. The match had no atmosphere and they worked it like a dark match at a 500 seat arena. It wasn't terrible, but they seemed old and lacked motivation. *3/4

Battle Station Neo Ladies 12/8/99 Neo REAL LIFE taped 12/2/99 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Kodo Fuyuki angle part 1

Neo Millenium Tag Tournament Ikkaisen

Tanny Mouse & Chihiro Nakano vs. Saya Endo & Bloody Phoenix II. 6:53 shown

Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura vs. Yuka Nakamura & Acute Sae. Nakamura & Sae can't be taken seriously, and Genki & Tamura work on making them that much less credible than they already are. *

Neo Millenium Tag Tournament Junkessho

Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Tanny Mouse & Chihiro Nakano. Just like the previous match, the favorites gave the opposition no respect, resulting in a one-sided match where the outcome was never in doubt. 5:48 shown

Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura. This was exciting because they worked it so you'd believe that the underdogs had a legitimate chance of winning. Genki was kicking some ass here so you could believe in her, but really everyone made a good showing. ***3/4

Mixed Match: Chaparrita ASARI makes short work of the Neo President

Neo Millenium Tag Tournament Kesshosen: Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita. The match was disappointing because the work wasn't as good as it should have been and there was nothing done to make up for that. Takako gave a Rumi-esque performance with strikes that were off the mark and a lame bridge. Otherwise it was good, but there was no real drama for the final. **3/4

Kodo Fuyuki angle part 2

Battle Station Neo Ladies 1/26/00 taped 12/25/99 Tokyo Komazawa Okunai (indoor) Gyugijyo (ball park) & 1/6/00 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

SUPER WRESTLER RESPECT NIGHT 12/25/99

AWF Sekai Joshi Senshukenjiai: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Saya Endo. Standard Jd' face vs. heel stuff. 5:01 shown

Mima Shimoda vs. Yuka Nakamura. One sided, as you'd expect. 2:28 shown

Misae Genki & Kiyoko Ichiki vs. Tanny Mouse & Chihiro Nakano. 2:47 shown

Kanaami Death Match: Kyoko Inoue vs. Kodo Fuyuki. It was a serious match without the usual gender cliches. Kyoko did a good job of carrying Fuyuki, but Fuyuki did take that many moves from her or sell all that much. He did bleed heavily though. **

Neo NEW YEAR DASH 2000 1/6/00

Kyoko Inoue vs. Yoshiko Tamura. Work was good, but Tamura wasn't competitive enough. 4:55 shown

Kyoko Inoue vs. Tanny Mouse. Tanny actually did fine here. 3:53 shown

Kyoko Inoue vs. Yuka Nakamura. Nakamura attacked Kyoko before the bell and had a good run with a plancha and some near falls. This was the best Nakamura has ever looked wrestling wise, all her spots were done well. The downside was that, powered by all of two offensive manuevers, Kyoko beat her in a whopping 1:45.

Kyoko Inoue vs. Saya Endo. Saya looked the worst of all Kyoko's opponents today because she was kind of deliberate. 4:10 shown

Kyoko Inoue vs. Misae Genki. Genki was the only one that was allowed to push Kyoko. Good match with a lot of power moves. 5:17 shown

Kyoko Inoue & Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura & Saya Endo & Tanny Mouse & Yuka Nakamura. Again, Genki was the only one that was even kind of competitive. Kyoko still did most of the work even though she'd been out there all night. **1/2

NEO VIOLENT STORM Vol. 1 Handheld 5/3/01 Tokyo Itabashi Sunbun Hall
-1hr 50min. Q=1st Gen

Chiaki Nishi vs. Yuka Nakamura. Really bad and boring. Nakamura sat in this no pressure 1/2 crab forever. After Nishi escaped, Nakamura went right back to it. Nishi hardly did any mores other than a dropkick, a more she performs so well that she typically only slightly hit the opposition with one foot. Nakamura tried to put them over anyway, jumping back into the corner. I was thinking that perhaps a tornado was swirling, but then I remembered this was an indoor arena. Just a lame and deliberately telegraphed match. The peak of the patheticness probably came when, despite Nakamura rolling out of the way of the first, Nishi tried one footstomp after another until she made Nakamura roll out of the ring. Unless you derive perverse enjoyment from laughing AT them, I can't see how this match could be enjoyed. -*

Itabashi/Kitazawa Tag Senshukenjiai: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Hiromi Yagi & Yuka Shiina. It's no coincidence that willing wrestlers start to develop their mat game when they are programmed with Yagi. We saw it with ASARI and now Shiina, who may never be good but was not even remotely interesting before being out for ages due to a bad neck injury, is suddenly looking like a passable grappler. Yagi & Shiina worked well as a team, but Tanny & Miyazaki, who have been together much longer, didn't much seem like they knew what they were doing. Good action, but the wrestlers were on different pages too often so the execution was hit and miss. *1/2

Misae Genki & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Carlos Amano. Good match, but not even approaching the league of Amano's tag on Oz Academy #5. Amano was by far the best, going full force from the get go. Yu-Yu worked particularly well with her, as they supplied most of the complex sequences and counters. Interestingly, the normally fierce and fiery Yu-Yu didn't even measure up to Amano today in that regard. Lots of double teams and saves, but the match was curiously paced and didn't really build. The moves were good, but they seemed to blend together because little effort was made to differentiate one from another or make the match dramatic. ***

NEO CUP Koshiksen: Takako Inoue vs. Chaparrita ASARI. Match had no flow or fluidity. Although obviously there's no editing on this low budget handheld, the match felt like it was brutally chopped together. Takako plodded around missing moves. She kept trying urakens even though not a single one looked good. ASARI did a few good moves as always, but this peacemeal match didn't come together or work on any level. *

NEO CUP Koshikisen: Mima Shimoda vs. Kyoko Inoue. This was some basic structuring. Shimoda jumped Kyoko when she entered the ring and beat on her for 9 minutes. Kyoko came back for one minute of offense then was pinned after ASARI blew mist in her face. Inspite of this, there were some things to like about the match. First and foremost, Shimoda using the chair on Kyoko right away setting up Kyoko's early comeback attempt failing when she lariated the chair. Shimoda worked over Kyoko's arm most of the match. Kyoko would always try to come back with the lariat, and until the 9 minute mark Shimoda always had an answer. The quick screw job made the match ultimately disappointing, mainly because there was enough good here for them to have reached the expected level if the match was longer (funny almost all the other NEO matches err on the long side) and their ideas were better developed. **1/2

NEO VIOLENT STORM Vol. 2 Handheld 5/4/01 Tokyo Kitazawa Town Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=1st Gen

Yuka Nakamura & Ayako Ishida vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse. Corny but mildly amusing match, mainly because Ishida is so lame it's funny. Tanny was almost as terrible, and it's not like she has any excuse. Miyazaki did a few good moves, but obviously had no one to work with. Outlasted its welcome. 1/2*

Hiromi Yagi & Carlos Amano vs. Chaparrita ASARI & Yuka Shiina. Really smooth match with excellent counters, typical Yagi. Nice combination of lucha and submissions when Amano was in. Started off good with ASARI, but went downhill during Shiina's portion and didn't pick up for the finish. Shiina was out of position at times, but pretty much held her own even though she can't be as fluid and seemless as the others. ***

NEO CUP Koshiksen: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Kyoko Inoue. Kyoko has done surprisingly well in long matches over the last few years, but this one was bogged down by the slow pace. They had no oomph on anything, with the whole match seeming to be about pacing themselves so they'd have enough energy to do some good things in the final minutes. In that regard, they succeeded. Problem is, by the time it got good they'd probably lost most of their audience. The best thing about the early portion is Tamura worked on Kyoko's bad arm, going back to it repeatedly throughout the match. **1/4

NEO CUP Koshiksen: Takako Inoue vs. Misae Genki. Takako dominated the match, but Genki didn't put her over too much. Genki is so much bigger and strikes much better, so it's hard to buy Takako kicking her ass. Genki looked good offensively, and once she went on offense it was just a matter of time. **

NEO VIOLENT STORM Vol. 3 Handheld 5/5/01 Tokyo Itabashi Sunbun Hall
-1hr 20min. Q=1st Gen

Yuka Shiina & Yuka Nakamura vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse. Kind of deliberate, but the action was decent after a dull start. Some adequate matwork, but not much in the way of good spots. *1/2

Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Hiroyo Muto. Result was obvious, but action was adequate. Muto worked hard, but her power moves were a bit clumsy because Kyoko is so big. Tsubasa also pushed the pace and made the Inoues work. Inoues gave the opposition offense, but didn't put it over much. Once Kyoko went on offense it was over. *3/4

NEO CUP Koshiksen: Chaparrita ASARI vs. Misae Genki. ASARI didn't play the underdog like you'd expect. Instead, they had an even match where they traded move for move. In spite of the size difference, Genki bumped well for ASARI. ASARI was something of a brawler here, taking it to the floor and making Genki bleed. Good moves, but it didn't go much beyond that and I thought they'd work together better than they did. **1/2

NEO CUP Koshiksen: Mima Shimoda vs. Yoshiko Tamura. Shimoda wasn't in top form, which might have something to do with Watanabe knocking 3 or 4 of her teeth out the day before. The beginning was slow, focusing on submissions. Shimoda & Tamura did waht they do well - although not as well as usual - but they have different styles that didn't come together as well as I expected. The 2nd half was better because Shimoda is more at home with the fast pace and the opposition doing flying moves and suplexes rather than knee bars. Her brawling style was incorporated into these sequences much better. 2nd half was generally good, with much better transitions, but the first half was generally adequate with Shimoda seeming to have a hard time getting started and finding her rhythm. In the end, Shimoda did do more good moves than usual even though it wasn't a particularly long match. Of course, her usual level of work with less spots makes for a much better match. **1/2

NEO VIOLENT STORM Vol. 4 Handheld 5/13/01 Tokyo Differ Ariake
-1hr 50min. Q=1st Gen

Handicap Match: Tanny Mouse vs. Yuka Nakamura & Yuki Miyazaki & Acute Sai & Ayako Ishida. This was stupid because Miyazaki should be able to take Tanny on her own. Eventually there was a contrived comedy spot where Tanny ducked and they all crashed. leading to Miyazaki turning on these teammates and rejoining her regular partner Tanny. One might think this would make the match more even, but the other three don't warrant much respect so Mighty Mouse & Miyazaki made short work of them. *

Hiromi Yagi vs. Yuka Shiina. Good technical match. Shiina can't follow as well as Asari, so for Yagi this was hardly classic but she did carry Shiina to one of her best matches. **1/4

Takako Inoue vs. Kayoko Haruyama. Boring uninspired match with the typical lame striking from Takako. *1/4

Mima Shimoda & Chaparrita ASARI vs. Kyoko Inoue & Kaori Yoneyama. Yoneyama was overmatched to the point it was pretty obvious that Kyoko's team had no chance. Yoneyama did all the work for her team, pretty much just getting pummelled. Yoneyama does bridge well on her suplexes. Kyoko stuck up for her some, but was mainly content to let Yoneyama do the work. Kyoko was double teamed regularly when she was in. The work was fine, but the outcome was never in doubt so no one went too far out of their way. **

NEO CUP Yushosen: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Misae Genki. These NEO matches all seem to want to have some matwork, brawling, and so forth, but it's almost like they are done on cue. They don't know how to connect these segments to make them come together to form a whole, so the diversity is pointless. Like most "big" NEO matches, this was also hampered by being overlong. Long matches are great, but not when it means a hot opening then several flat and uninspired minutes before things get going again. The final 40% of the match was much better than the rest - superior selling, more energy and struggling during the mat portions, and obviously much better moves. Tamura throws pretty good elbows these days. The set up wasn't always the best, but this final portion made up for enough of the dead portion to call it a good match. **1/2

NEO FINAL ANSWER Handheld 5/28/01 Kanemachichiku (?) Center
-1 1/2hr. Q=1st Gen

Yuka Nakamura vs. Kaori Yoneyama. Decent little match due to a good effort by Yoneyama. The moves could certainly be performed better, but it wasn't dull. *1/4

Yuka Shiina vs. Tanny Mouse. Decent technical match with Shiina doing a pretty good job. Stayed at the same level throughout then had a weak finish. *1/2

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Yuki Miyazaki. Nice moves, mainly by Miyazaki, but that was pretty much the match. The execution should have been better and they failed as usual to make their offense compelling. **1/2

Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue vs. Misae Genki & Ran Yu-Yu. Genki & Ran did an excellent job of carrying the opposition to a good match. The Inoues were pretty much along for the ride, but the opposition was good enough that it didn't much matter. Again it was too long, and the boring submittion portion was out of place at the 18-minute-mark, especially given Kyoko had just taken Genki's finisher. Suddenly there was some of that mandated brawling outside the ring. The match was really good when they actually got to what I'll call the match at the 24-minute mark, somewhat making up for going so far astray in the "3rd quarter." The Inoues finally made a positive contribution during these minutes, almost like they woke up for them. One of those matches that was better than it should have been at the same time it should have been a lot better. ***

NEO PANIC THE WORLD Official Release 10/12/01 Tokyo
-1hr 45min. Q=Ex

Hiromi Yagi & Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Yuka Shiina & Yuka Nakamura & Tsubo Genjin

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Junko Yagi

Misae Genki vs. Ran Yu-Yu

Mima Shimoda & Chaparrita Asari vs. Kyoko Inoue & Lioness Asuka

NEO Official Release 11/2/01 Tokyo
-2hr. Q=Ex

Itabashi Tag Title Match: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. The Devilrats

Chaparrita Asari & Hiromi Yagi vs. Yuka Shiina & Yuka Nakamura

Lioness Asuka & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Misae Genki & Junko Yagi

3 Way Dance: Kyoko Inoue vs. Mima Shimoda vs. Yoshiko Tamura

NEO Official Release 11/20/01 Tokyo
-2hr. Q=Ex

Yuka Nakamura vs. Tsubo Genjin

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Acute Sae & My Kitty

Chaparrita Asari & Yuka Shiina vs. Hiromi Yagi & Marcella

Ran Yu-Yu vs. Yoshiko Tamura

Misae Genki vs. Mima Shimoda

Lioness Asuka vs. Kyoko Inoue

NEO Official Release 12/7/01 Tokyo
-2hr 55min. Q=Near Perfect. 2 DVDs

Yuka Nakamura vs. Tsubo Genjin

Junko Yagi vs. Yuiga

Kitazawa & Itabashi Tag Titles Unification Match: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Acute Sae & Chiaki Nishi

WWWA Super Lightweight Title Match: Chaparrita ASARI vs. Yuka Shiina

NWA Women's Pacific & NEO Singles Double Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Lioness Asuka vs. Kyoko Inoue vs. Mima Shimoda vs. Misae Genki vs. Ran Yu-Yu

NEO-1 TV 4/21/03 taped 4/3 Tokyo Shibuya Club ATOM
-1hr. Q=TV Master

Handicap Match: Yuka Nakamura & Haruko Matsuo vs. G Warrior 1:44 of 4:14. You know Misae Genki has made it, as she now gets to squash the undercarders in the manner NEO, or whatever they are calling themselves today, is famous for. Genki, who is some kind of out of control perpetually eating post apocalyptic cannibal, actually pinned both at once after a deadly leg drop.

Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Apple Miyuki & TSUNAMI 6:00 of 8:15. This was supposed to be a six person mixed tag match with Ofune and DJ Nira, but Ofune didn’t answer the knock on her dressing room door. They tried to mask their limitations through a brisk pace in addition to the Neo Machineguns usual clowning. They brawled to the dressing room, where G Warrior appeared, scaring them back toward the ring but not in time for them to beat the count. ½*

Mixed Gender Tag Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki & Ofune vs. Apple Miyuki & TSUNAMI & DJ Nira 4:50 of 6:08. Yuka Nakamura got Ofune to open her dressing room door after the match, so since they didn’t have a real finish they started over with the originally scheduled attraction. Perhaps Ofune simply showed up late or something, but I’m more inclined to believe someone was creaming their pants over their genius in swerving the audience, or whatever it is these angles are supposed to accomplish. Nira did perhaps the lamest move in history, a backbend where he falls on top of his opponent when he reaches the point he can no longer keep his balance. This match was more comedy oriented with Nira being a willing foil. The big spot saw Miyazaki and Ofune spread eagle him so Tanny could deliver the coup de grace, the Tanny butt off the middle rope. ½*

Kyoko Inoue vs. Shinobu Kandori 10:03 of 10:31. Kandori will try to have a good match if she respects her opponent, otherwise it’s a squash, and usually a quick one. Kandori was up for this one, showing a good work ethic and trying to give the bout some big match aura despite the tiny venue. The basic structure was Kyoko would put together a few pro wrestling moves then Kandori would counter with a submission. Though they played fairly even, I figured Kyoko was getting the better of the match by a small margin because she was going to do the job. It was well on it’s way to being a good match only to have Kandori unceremoniously disposed of at least 5 minutes earlier than expected. I was quite simply in disbelief, I mean my jaw dropped seeing Kandori lose so quickly and easily. I’ve seen LLPW job the entire league to protect Kandori, but I’ve never seen anything like this. **1/2

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Mako Ogawa 3:40 of 6:28. Ogawa called Tamura out, so Tamura showed up via taxi for the unscheduled match. Inexperienced Ogawa isn’t nearly up to the task, but etiquette suggest Tamura should put the LLPW wrestler over in exchange for Kandori’s loss to Kyoko. Tamura always provides good action, and succeeded in elevating Ogawa’s game a notch or two, but of course made short work of her. Mima Shimoda came out picking Michiko Omukai as her fantasy partner for the main event of the 6/11 show against Tamura and her dream partner.

NEO Commercial Tape 5/5/03 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 55min. Q=Near Perfect. 2 DVDs

Beautiful Joe vs. Joker

Mariko Yoshida vs. Yuka Shiina

Itabashi & Kitazawa Tag Title Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Mima Shimoda & Yuka Nakamura & Haruka Matsuo & Masaru Tanabe

Chaparrita ASARI Retirement Match: Chaparrita ASARI vs. Kyoko Inoue

AWF Title Match: Etsuko Mita vs. Misae Genki

NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Single Double Title Match: Azumi Hyuga vs. Yoshiko Tamura

NEO-1 TV 6/30/03 taped 6/11 Tokyo Shibuya Club ATOM
-1hr. Q=TV Master

G Warrior vs. Miss Mongol 2:13 of 2:56. The “highlight” of the G Warrior gimmick seems to take place backstage before the match, horrifying ring announcer Ayako Ishida by chomping and gulping whatever precious resources she can get her paws on. The match, if one can call it that, was quickly ruled a no contest after Genki began chowing down on Mongol’s arm on the outside. After every match they cut to them brawling in the back trying to pass the illusion they fought for the entire hour. It was one thing to have washed up old comedy wrestlers in the days when All Japan provided something beyond a big show main event, but with one of their only worthwhile wrestlers doing comedy NEO is reduced to one legitimate match per show .

Haruko Matsuo vs. Teruko Kagawa 4:50 of 5:31. At least these two former asstresses are athletic. They are a ways from even being Sachie Abe, but from them I’ll accept short but relatively competent and surprisingly watchable action. The transitions weren’t quick nor the execution crisp, but they hit all their spots and did everything acceptably.

Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Mako Ogawa & Mari Kuwada 6:47. The NEO Machineguns regularly teased accidentally hitting each other, seeming more of a threat to themselves than the young LLPW team was to them. A light hearted and non-competitive match.

Yoshiko Tamura & Kayo Noumi vs. Mima Shimoda & Michiko Omukai 15:31 of 16:54. Obviously the primary quality was aesthetic. Wrestling wise it was consistently decent but lacked a higher gear to elevate it to something approaching their potential, much less something near main event level. Omukai was motivated and had consistently good impact on his strikes. These two were paired off, and did good work. Noumi was out of her depth, dragging Shimoda down in the process with her deliberate sequences and shaky execution. Shimoda was a big disappointment, as even though much of the problem was Noumi, their 5/11/03 AJW match was considerably less underwhelming despite the duo going at it probably five times longer. **1/4

NEO 4/16/04 Dream Rush 2004 taped 3/14 Kawasaki Shi Taiikukan
-2hr. Q=TV Master

Kaori Yoneyama, Erika Watanabe & Kyoko Inoue vs. Yuka Nakamura, Azumi Hyuga & Yu Tanabe 6:58 of 9:49

Yuka Shiina & Yu Yamagata vs. Rie Tamada & Leo-na 3:28 shown.

Etsuko Mita & Chiharu vs. Michiko Omukai & Kiyoko Ichiki 4:24 of 9:16

NEO Machineguns (Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki) vs. Eagle Sawai & Amazing Kong 10:42 of 18:34

Kyoko Inoue vs. Nanae Takahashi 18:16 of 21:24

NWA/NEO Double Title Match: Momoe Nakanishi vs. Yoshiko Tamura 26:00 of 30:29

NEO SUMMER STAMPEDE '04 DVD 8/14/04 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 45min. Q=Near Perfect. 2 DVDs

Mixed Gender Captain's Fall Elimination Match: Yuka Nakamura & Haruka Matsuo & Kaori Yoneyama & Chiharu & Tetsuhiro Kuroda vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse & Yuiga & Bullfight Sora & DJ Nira

Etsuko Mita & Toshiyo Yamada vs. Rie Tamada & Yuka Shiina

Yoshiko Tamura 31 Play Challenge Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Azumi Hyuga, Command Bolshoi, Nobuko Kimura, Showa-ko, Chiharu, Yuka Nakamura, ECO, Tanny Mouse, Emi Sakura, Natsumi Mizushima, Mai Ichii, Rei, MARU, KAZUKI, Hiroyo Muto, Fang Suzuki, Kana, Mirai, Saki Maemura, Megumi Yabushita, Yuka Shiina, Haruka Matsuo, Kaori Yoneyama, Yuki Miyazaki, Erika Watanabe, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Kayoko Haruyama, The Bloody, Etsuko Mita, Yuiga, & Aja Kong. Tamura fights 31 consecutive 1 minute matches, essentially taking on everyone in NEO, JWP, & JD STAR.

3 Way Dance: Kyoko Inoue vs. Takako Inoue vs. Mariko Yoshida

NEO & NWA Pacific Title Match: Momoe Nakanishi vs. Genki Misae

NEO ST. BATTLE DAY 04 Official Release 9/20/04 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Near Perfect

Saki Maemura & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Yuka Nakamura & Haruka Matsuo

Rei & Mai Ichii vs. Kyoko Inoue & Emi Sakura

Kitazawa Tag Title Match: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Etsuko Mita & Chiharu

Misae Genki vs. Yuka Shiina

TWF Title Match: The Bloody vs. Yoshiko Tamura

NEO DYNAMISM DVD 12/19/04 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 45min. Q=Near Perfect. 2 DVDs

Haruka Matsuo vs. Rei

Mixed Gender Tag Match: Etsuko Mita & Yuka Nakamura & Chiharu vs. Apple Miyuki & Ofune & DJ Nira

Mariko Yoshida & Yuka Shiina vs. Erika Watanabe & Kyoko Kimura

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Momoe Nakanishi & Nanae Takahashi

Kyoko Inoue vs. Hikaru

NWA Joshi Pacific & & NEO Single & TWF Triple Title Unification Match: Misae Genki (NWA & NEO champ) vs. Yoshiko Tamura (TWF champ) 60:00

NEO/JWP SPECIAL MONDAY NIGHT IN TOKYO Official Release 3/14/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 15min. Q=Near Perfect. 1 DVD

Yuka Shiina vs. Kyoko Kimura

Kazuki vs. Yuka Nakamura

ECO vs. Tanny Mouse

JWP Tag Title Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki & AKINO vs. Kyoko Inoue & Haruka Matsuo

NEO vs. JWP Iron Woman Match: Yoshiko Tamura & Misae Genki & Etsuko Mita & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Azumi Hyuga & Command Bolshoi & Kayuko Haruyama & Erika Watanabe

NEO Official Release 3/26/05 Itabashi Green Hall
-1hr 40min. Q=Near Perfect

Tanny Mouse vs. Moeka Haruhi 8:07

Tetsuya Koda vs. President Ito 4:12

Etsuko Mita & Yuka Nakamura vs. Atsuko Emoto & Yuka Shiina 4:12

Kyoko Inoue & Misae Genki & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Erika Watanabe & Nadia Hart 17:07

Lioness Asuka vs. Haruka Matsuo 7:37

TWF Single Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. The Bloody 4:36

NEO WE ARE NEO 8 Official Release 3/27/05 Tokyo Cinema Club
-2hr. Q=Near Perfect

Nadia Hart & Yuka Nakamura vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Emi Sakura

Mariko Yoshida & Yuka Shiina & Kyoko Kimura vs. Misae Genki & Tanny Mouse & Haruka Matsuo

Kyoko Inoue & Lioness Asuka vs. Misae Genki & The Bloody

3 Minute Exhibition Match: Kyoko Inoue vs. Lioness Asuka

NWA Women's Pacific & NEO Joshi Single Double Title Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Etsuko Mita

NEO STV 6/4/05 5th Anniversary GO, NEO, GO, GO! GO, NEO, GO! taped 5/5/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Yuka Shiina & Kyoko Kimura vs. Mariko Yoshida & Shu Shibutani 16:04

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Rika Takahashi 9:13

Amazing Kong vs. Nadia Hart 11:17

Saki Maemura & Kumiko Maekawa vs. Misae Genki & Haruka Matsuo 14:08

55 Person Battle Royal: Kyoko Inoue vs. Amazing Kong vs. Apple Miyuki vs. Azumi Hyuga vs. Benki Wo~man vs. Bison Kimura #2 vs. Black Bullfight Sora vs. Bolshoi Kid vs. Bullfight Sora vs. Chiharu vs. Chiharu Moe Moe vs. Convini Goto 2005 vs. DJ Mima vs. DJ Nira vs. Devil vs. Emi Sakura vs. Erika Watanabe vs. Etsuko Mita vs. Generalissimo Tanny Mouse vs. Hustle M vs. Kaori Yoneyama vs. Kayoko Haruyama vs. Kitty-chan vs. Kyoko Inoue #4 vs. Kyoko Inoue #5 vs. Kyoko Inoue #6 vs. Kyoko Inoue-chu vs. Kyoko Inoue-sho vs. Mai Ichii vs. Maya Hashimoto vs. Mima Shimoda vs. Misae Moe Moe vs. Moeka Haruhi vs. Nakamura Moe Moe vs. Nara no Soon Babaa vs. Nise Azumi Hyuga vs. Ofune vs. Police Wo~man vs. Reina Pandita #1 vs. Reina Pandita #2 vs. Reina Pandita #3 vs. Round Girl vs. Sarubobo vs. Satan vs. Tanny Mouse vs. Tetsuhiro Kuroda vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Tsubo Genjin vs. Yone Genjin vs. Yuiga vs. Yuka Nakamura vs. Yuka Nakamura in Kendo clothes vs. Yuka Shiina vs. Yuki Miyazaki vs. Yuki of Joytoy 1:15:00

NEO SUMMER STAMPEDE '05 DVD 7/3/05 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 40min. Q=Master.

Kyoko Kimura & Yuka Shiina & Natsuki * Head vs. Yuka Nakamura & Haruhi Moeka & Chiharu 7:28 of 11:06. Shiina was far superior to the others with slick transitions into submissions. No one else was impressive, and they tended to be somewhat sloppy. *

Etsuko Mita vs. Mirai 6:49 of 11:44. Passable but uninspiring match. Mirai was never a threat, and Mita didn't elevate the performance of the lesser opponent like LCO would in tag. Mita's mobility is limited due to her bad knees, and Mirai isn't exactly an opponent you get psyched for. Mirai bled. *1/4

Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu 12:15 of 15:27. Uematsu & Ran have good teamwork and seemed willing to work, but Tokyo Machine Guns wanted to pose and goof. If TMG were more interested in wrestling and less in goofing this probably would have been a good match, even if Miyazaki is a far cry from what she was due to too many installments of My Dinner With Kyoko. *3/4

Kyoko Inoue & Manami Toyota vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Azumi Hyuga 26:33 of 30:00. Based on these couple new DVDs Azumi is looking like the best working in NEO. She's had the ability for a long time, but she's still showing the energy that other's are lacking due to some combination of age, health, stagnation, and disinterest. Toyota is still looking for a good match, and did some nice stuff with Azumi. She was also good with Tamura, but Tamura isn't as smooth or athletic as Azumi so in a workrate match she isn't going to be quite that good even if she's also at her best. Kyoko did her best, but her weight is an issue at her age and point in her career. She simply lacks the athleticism to make her opponent's offense look like it's capable of, which was her strong point in the early 90's. Luckily Toyota hada good attitude and was willing to be the one that worked most of the match and got beat up. ***1/4

Haruka Matsuo vs. Amazing Kong 7:06 of 12:33. Kong was very impressive here, not only executing well but working with intensity and explosiveness. They worked the obvious story of Matsuo being overmatched, but occassionally hitting an athletic counter. Her offense is something like Abe's, so that's okay for her. Kong did a good job of carrying the match and what they did looked good, but it wasn't competitive enough to be all that good. Kong put Matsuo through a table with a diving body press. **1/2

NWA Women's Pacific & NEO Nintei Joshi Single Double Title Match: Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Misae Genki 19:44 of 22:05. Better on paper than in actuality. They barely blew any spots, but there were too many you felt should have looked better. They wrestled a power match, but the blows were kind of on the weak side. Tsubasa benefits from incorporating some flying moves into her power style, and didn't look as out of place as the champion as I expected. **1/2

NEO SUPERSHOW Joshi Puroresu Kanshasai (Thanksgiving) DVD 8/18/05 Hokkaido Sapporo Teisen Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=Master.

Yuka Shiina vs. Tanny Mouse 5:17 of 10:07. Completely in Tanny's comedy style. Shiina basically did nothing, simply allowed Tanny to goof. DUD

Yuki Miyazaki & Emi Sakura vs. Mayumi Ozaki & Yuka Nakamura 11:58 of 18:48. Ozaki carried the early portion then let the younger wrestlers have the spotlight. It was hardly a top performance, but she worked hard and tried to get the crowd involved without a lot of shenanigans. Sakura seems to have come along pretty well; she was the 2nd best in the match. Started slow, but the intensity kicked in with the better more energetic offense. **

Takako Inoue vs. Mirai 9:41 of . Takako didn't insist on dominating, but that's about the only plus to this match. Just a lame effort consisting of one restmission after another. Lazy match with Takako content to lie in a submission. 1/2*

Manami Toyota vs. Yumi Oka 14:49. Routine match. Oka was outclassed and did little. Toyota didn't need to do that many high spots because her opponent was so weak. *1/2

Yoshiko Tamura & Azumi Hyuga vs. Mika Nishio & Haruka Matsuo 12:46 of 20:00. Better than it should have been, as Azumi did an excellent job of carrying this. She was a one-woman show making chump opponents look good. Tamura did a good job as well, but it wasn't exciting when she was in. Not super competitive, but Tamura & Hyuga couldn't finish the opposition off. **3/4

Kyoko Inoue vs. Amazing Kong 8:55 of 15:07. I'm surprised they cut so much, as it looked like a good high impact match. They weren't tossing each other around, but had no trouble lifting each other. Kong used all her big moves. Finish wasn't very convincing, but given the way they worked it and the end result it was about the only one that could work. **3/4

Misae Genki vs. Etsuko Mita 11:31 of 16:03. Slow power match. Built fairly well and became dramatic. Could have gone either way. ***

NEO Puroresu Summer Jamboree 2006 DVD 8/27/06 Sapporo Teisen Hall
-1hr 40min. Q=Perfect

Yuka Shiina vs. Aya Yuki

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Emi Sakura & Aoi Kizuki

Etsuko Mita vs. Shu Shibutani

Mayumi Ozaki vs. Moeka Haruhi

Kintaro Kanemura vs. Misae Genki

NEO Tag Title Match: Amazing Kong & Kyoko Kimura vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Haruka Matsuo

JWP Openweight Title Match: Manami Toyota vs. Kyoko Inoue

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Emi Sakura & Aoi Kizuki

Etsuko Mita vs. Shu Shibutani

Mayumi Ozaki vs. Moeka Haruhi

Kintaro Kanemura vs. Misae Genki

NEO Tag Title Match: Amazing Kong & Kyoko Kimura vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Haruka Matsuo

JWP Openweight Title Match: Manami Toyota vs. Kyoko Inoue

NEO Battle Station 60 9/25/06 Flare Up 06 taped 9/17/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
& JWP Battle Station 60 9/25/06 PURE-SLAM 2006 taped 9/18/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

NEO 9/17/06

2/3 Falls: Toshie Uematsu & Mokoto vs. Misae Genki & Riho

Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama vs. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki

NEO Tag Title Match: Amazing Kong & Kyoko Kimura vs. Kyoko Inoue & Ayako Sato

NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Single Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Chikayo Nagashima

JWP 9/18/06

2/3 Falls JWP Tag Title Match: Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon

JWP Openweight Title Match: Manami Toyota vs. Azumi Hyuga

NEO Flare Up 06 DVD 9/17/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=Perfect

Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Aya Yuki

Yuka Shiina vs. Sachie Abe

2/3 Falls: Genki Misae & Riho vs. Toshie Uematsu & Makoto

Mayumi Ozaki & Carlos Amano vs. Etsuko Mita & Haruka Matsuo

Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse

NEO Tag Title Match: Amazing Kong & Kyoko Kimura vs. Kyoko Inoue & Ayako Sato

NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Single Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Chikayo Nagashima

NEO Battle Station 1/16/07 The Dream & Future 4th JUNIOR ALL STAR taped 12/31/06 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Yuka Shiina Retirement Match: Mariko Yoshida & Ayako Sato vs. Yuka Shiina & Aya Yuki

Atsuko Emoto vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto

Hanako Kobayashi vs. Midori

Kaori Oki vs. Misaki Ohata

Niho vs. Makoto

Bambi vs. Moeka Haruhi

Rei vs. Cherry

Shu Shibutani vs. Ayumi Kurihara

Yuri Urai vs. Nagisa Nozaki

JWP Junior Title Match: Arisa Nakajima vs. Miki Ishii

POP Title Match: Fuka vs. Natsuki*Taiyo

Ayako Sato & Mai Ichii vs. Kyoko Kimura & Aoi Kidzuki

NEO NEO WORLD 2007 DVD 2/18/07 Kawasaki-shi Taiikukan
-3hr 40min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Aya Yuki vs. Nagisa Nozaki

Ran Yu-Yu & Toshie Uematsu vs. Ayako Sato & Mai Ichii

Haruka Matsuo vs. Ayumi Kurihara

NEO Machine Gunz Army vs. Sakura Ribbon Army 7 vs. 7 Complete Confrontation Series, Double Ring Battle Royal: Emi Sakura & Kayuko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama & Makoto & Niho & Yamamoto Kid Yuki & Tatsuhiro Kuroda vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse & Manami Toyota & Cherry & Aoi Kizuki & Zhao Yun Shiryu & Bullfight Sora

AWA World Woman's Title ~ Mega Monster Huge Space War 2007: Amazing Kong vs. Kyoko Inoue

Grudge Match ~ Tough and Rough Death Rumble: Etsuko Mita vs. Kyoko Kimura

Azumi Hyuga & Meiko Satomura vs. Nanae Takahashi & Misae Genki

NWA Women's Pacific Title & NEO Singles Title ~ Dream Confrontation! Kawasaki Voltage: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Ayako Hamada

NEO Battle Station 60 5/16/07 MAY HISTORY '07 taped 5/3/07 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
& SUN Battle Station 60 6/18/07 COLORS ~Emerald Key~ taped 5/27/07 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

5/3/07

International Ice Ribbon Tag Title, No Rope Death Match: Yuki Miyazami & Tanny Mouse vs. Totchan Chang & Choun Shiryu

NEO Tag Title Match: Misae Genki & Haruka Matsuo vs. Kyoko Kimura & Vanessa the Mountain

NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Single Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Emi Sakura

5/27/07

Toshie Uematsu vs. Saki Maemura

World-1 Women's Title Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Kyoko Kimura

Jaguar Yokota & El Blazer vs. Panther Claw & Steve Corino

EWA World Women's Title Match: Hikaru vs. Cheerleader Melissa

AWA World Women's Title Decision Match: Nanae Takahashi vs. Amazing Kong vs. Wesna Busic

NEO Etsuko Mita Debut 20th Anniversary Commemorative Rally SUMMER STAMPEDE '07 DVD 7/16/07 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Aya Yuki 9:02

Ayumi Kurihara & Shu Shibutani vs. Aoi Kidzuki & Nagisa Nozaki 12:27

Jaguar Yokota & Seina vs. Miki Ishii & Kinoko 11:32

Mita & Toyota Debut 20th Anniversary Commemorative Special Match: Ayako Hamada & Kaoru Ito vs. Manami Toyota & Etsuko Mita 21:26

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse & Zhao Yun Shiryu vs. Sun Wukong & Zhu Baje & Sha Wajing (Toshie Uematsu/Cherry/Bullfight Sora) 12:46

NEO Tag Title Match: Misae Genki & Haruka Matsuo vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Emi Sakura 15:56

NEO SUMMER STAMPEDE in Nagoya DVD 8/25/07 Nagoya NGK Sport Plaza #3
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aoi Kizuki vs. Nagisa Nozaki

Tanny Mouse vs. Aya Yuki

Amazing Kong vs. Etsuko Mita

Misae Genki & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Somoko Kato

Manami Toyota vs. Shu Shibutani

Haruka Matsuo vs. Toshie Uematsu

Yoshiko Tamura & Jaguar Yokota vs. Mariko Yoshida & Kyoko Kimura

NEO Battle Station taped 2/11/08
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Tournament Semifinals:

Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Toshie Uematsu

Yuki Miyazaki vs. Atsuko Emoto

Kyoko Kimura vs. Tomoka Nakagawa

Genki Misae & Ran Yu-Yu & Tanny Mouse vs. Etsuko Mita & Miki Ishii & Makoto

Aya Yuki vs. Nagisa Nozaki

Yoshiko Tamura & Shu Shibutani vs. Haruka Matsuo & Kana

Tournament Final: Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Yuki Miyazaki

NEO Battle Station 3/16/08 CLIMB OVER taped 3/2/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Shu Shibutani vs. Kana

Fuka & Riho vs. Cherry & Makoto

Toshie Uematsu vs. Zhao Yun Shiryu

Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto vs. Etsuko Mita & Tomoka Nakagawa

Kyoko Inoue & Nagisa Nozaki vs. Emi Sakura & Aya Yuki

Yoshiko Tamura & Genki Misae vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse

Haruka Matsuo vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto

NEO Battle Station 5/30/08 MAY HISTORY '08 taped 5/5/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Nanae Takahashi vs. Kana 12:26

Mariko Yoshida vs. Toshie Uematsu 10:30

Fuka & Hiroyo Matsumoto & Riho vs. Emi Sakura & Misaki Ohata & Makoto 12:58

4 vs. 4 Iron Woman Match: Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa & Vanessa the Mountain vs.Yoshiko Tamura & Misae Genki & Etsuko Mita & Aya Yuki 32:21

NEO Tag Title Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Cherry & Shu Shibutani 18:43

NWA Women's Pacific Title & NEO Singles Title Match: Haruka Matsuo vs. Kyoko Inoue 15:23

NEO Battle Station 8/18/08 SUMMER STAMPEDE '08 taped 7/13/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Round 1:

Misae Genki & Aya Yuki vs. Haruka Matsuo & Fuka 7:56

Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto vs. Etsuko Mita & Makoto 10:47

Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki 11:53

Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Arisa Nakajima 13:13

Kana vs. Misaki Ohata 10:57

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Semifinals:

Misae Genki & Aya Yuki vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo 12:21

Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto 9:08

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Final: Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Misae Genki & Aya Yuki 11:50

NEO Battle Station 8/18/08 SUMMER STAMPEDE '08 taped 7/13/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Round 1:

Misae Genki & Aya Yuki vs. Haruka Matsuo & Fuka 7:56

Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto vs. Etsuko Mita & Makoto 10:47

Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki 11:53

Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Arisa Nakajima 13:13

Kana vs. Misaki Ohata 10:57

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Semifinals:

Misae Genki & Aya Yuki vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo 12:21

Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto 9:08

Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII Final: Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Misae Genki & Aya Yuki 11:50

NEO Battle Station 10/13/08 Kyoko Inoue Debut 20th Anniversary Memorial NEO DREAM 2008 taped 10/4/08 Kawasaki Shi Taiikukan
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana vs. Hanako Kobayashi & Aya Yuki 13:53

3 Way Match: Tomoka Nakagawa vs.Toshie Uematsu vs. Emi Sakura 13:08

Vanessa the Mountain vs.Hiroyo Matsumoto 11:00

Daily Sports Women's Tag Title Match: Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. Misae Genki & Yoshiko Tamura 30:00

Las Cachorras Orientales vs. Revolucion Amandola: Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto 25:47

NEO Tag Title Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Haruka Matsuo & Fuka 16:34

NWA Women's Pacific & NEO Singles Double Title Match: Kyoko Inoue vs. Nanae Takahashi 23:29

NEO DVD 10/12/08 Osaka Delfin Arena Dotonbori
-1hr 45min. Q=Perfect

Etsuko Mita vs. Tanny Mouse 8:32

Mariko Yoshida vs. Makoto 7:07

Aya Yuki vs. Esui 8:56

Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana vs. Haruka Matsuo & Fuka & Shu Shibutani 20:40

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Yumi Oka 12:38

Kyoko Inoue & Mima Shimoda vs. Misae Genki & Yuki Miyazaki 17:14

NEO Battle Station 12/12/08 NEO STAND OUT 08 taped 11/12/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Toshie Uematsu & Ray vs. Shu Shibutani & Cherry

3 Way Match: Etsuko Mita vs. Emi Sakura vs. Makoto

Heat Up The Triangle War: Yoshiko Tamura & Haruka Matsuo & Aya Yuki vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana

NEO Tag Title Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto

Mixed Gender Match: Satoshi Kojima vs. Misae Genki

NEO WAY TO GO! DVD 11/24/08 Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
-2hr 5min. Q=Perfect. 1 DVD

Atsuko Emoto vs. Kazumi Shimouna 10:50

Kyoko Kimura vs. Aya Yuki 11:14

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Etsuko Mita & Makoto 11:11

Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo & Kana vs. Haruka Matsuo & Shu Shibutani & Ray 20:37

Kyoko Inoue vs. Cherry 10:00

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Genki Misae 30:00 + 4:54

Ayumi Kurihara Produce Starting*Over DVD 12/14/08 Tokyo Shinjuku FACE
-2hr 20min. Q=Perfect. 1 DVD

Ayumi Kurihara vs. Shu Shibutani 7:29

Yuki Miyazaki vs. Kana 11:50

Ran Yu-Yu & Fuka vs. Toshie Uematsu & Moeka Haruhi 14:47 of 17:25

Elimination Match: Mariko Yoshida & Kyoko Kimura & GAMI & Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Aja Kong & Tojuki Leon & Bullfight Sora & Ayako Sato 19:40

2/3 Falls: Nanae Takahashi & AKINO vs. Ayumi Kurihara & Natsuki*Taiyo 6:44 of 7:20, 18:20, 13:11

NEO Battle Station 1/16/09 GRAND FINAL 08 taped 12/31/08 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Shu Shibutani

Toshie Uematsu vs. Aoi Kidzuki

Fuka & Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikari Shida vs. Emi Sakura & Aika Ando & Hiroyo Matsumoto

Kana & Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Ayumi Kurihara

Misae Genki Retirement Match: Genki Misae vs. Aya Yuki

Misae Genki vs. Awesome Kong

Misae Genki vs. Kyoko Inoue

Etsuko Mita vs. Makoto

NEO Tag Title Match: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto

NWA Women’s Pacific & NEO Single Double Title Match: Nanae Takahashi vs. Haruka Matsuo

NEO Battle Station 5/27/09 NEO MAY HISTORY '09 taped 5/5/09 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Ayumi Kurihara vs. Nozomi Dai

Kana vs. Minori Makiba

Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu vs. Fuka & Nagisa Nozaki

NEO High Speed Title Decision Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Ray

Haruka Matsuo Retirement Match: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Haruka Matsuo & Aya Yuki

Hardcore Match: Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Kyoko Inoue & Etsuko Mita & Hiroyo Matsumoto

NWA Women's Pacific Title & NEO Singles Title Match: Emi Sakura vs. Yoshiko Tamura

NEO STRONG HOLD IN JAPAN DVD 5/31/09 Sapporo Teisen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Nagisa Nozaki 10:35

Tanny Mouse vs. Makoto 8:18

Toshie Uematsu vs. Ayumi Kurihara 12:14

Hard Hit Single Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Kana 15:04

Yuki Miyazaki & Emi Sakura vs. Kyoko Inoue & Hamuko Hoshi 15:44

Las Cacho vs. Amandola Hardcore Rule: Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto 29:17

NEO SUMMER STAMPEDE '09 Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII DVD 7/5/09 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

3 Way Match: Toshie Uematsu vs. Tomoka Nakagawa & Io Shirai

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Round 1: Kana & Ayumi Kurihara vs. Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Round 1: Yoshiko Tamura & Fuka vs. Aya Yuki & Minori Makiba

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Round 1: Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Round 1: Nanae Takahashi & Emi Sakura vs. Natsuki*Taiyo & Ray

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Semifinal: Yoshiko Tamura & Fuka vs. Kana & Ayumi Kurihara

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Semifinal: Nanae Takahashi & Emi Sakura vs. Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki

Etsuko Mita vs. Makoto

Mid Summer Tag Tournament VIII Final: Nanae Takahashi & Emi Sakura vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Fuka

NEO STRONG HOLD IN JAPAN DVD 8/29/09 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Yukari Ishino

Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Makoto

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Zhao Yun Shiryu & Small Giant Baba

NEO Tag Title Match: Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Nanae Takahashi & Kana

Yoshiko Tamura & Io Shirai vs. Azumi Hyuga & Mio Shirai

NEO High Speed Title Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Fuka

Cage Death Match: Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto

NEO Battle Station NEAR LIVE BEAT UP '09 9/20/09 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-3hr. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Tanny Mouse vs Aoi Ishibashi 6:16

Emi Sakura vs Toshie Uematsu 9:59

Ayumi Kurihara vs Kana 10:00

Kyoko Inoue & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs Aya Yuki Aya & Nagisa Nozaki 12:24

Etsuko Mita Countdown Special Single Match: Etsuko Mita vs Kayoko Haruyama 13:23

Yuki Miyazaki & Fuka & Makoto vs Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa 12:08

NEO High Speed Title Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs Kaori Yoneyama 10:28

NWA Women's Pacific & NEO Singles Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura Yoshiko vs Nanae Takahashi 27:35

NEO Etsuko Mita Retirement Match STAND OUT '09 DVD taped 11/1/09 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Shimouma Kazumi

Tanny Mouse & Emi Sakura vs. Mio Shirai & Hikaru Shioda

Natsuki*Taiyo & Passion Ray vs. Io Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto

Yoshiko Tamura vs. Kana

Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Yuki Miyazaki & Fuka & Ayumi Kurihara

Etsuko Mita Retirement Match ~ Last Single Match~: Etsuko Mita vs. Makoto

Etsuko Mita Retirement Match ~ Las Cachorras Final~: Kyoko Inoue & Nanae Takahashi vs. Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda

NEO The Women's Pro-Wrestling Carnival NEO CARNIVAL 2009 DVD taped 12/31/09 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Natsumi Kawano Debut Match: Aya Yuki vs. Natsumi Kawano 4:33 of 6:00

Athtress vs. Muscle Venus: Fuka & Asami Kawasaki vs. Hikaru Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto 5:37 of 8:00

Matsumoto #1 Decision Match, 3 Way Match: Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Dump Matsumoto vs. Miyako Matsumoto 4:33

High Speed Parallel World, Mixed Gender Match: Kenny Omega vs. Natsuki*Taiyo 9:40

Joshi Puroresu Sekigun vs. West Gate Pro-Wrestling 5 vs. 5 All Out War Survival Elimination War Royal Rumble Battle Royal 12:20 of 23:38

Mima Shimoda & Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa vs. Mio Shirai & Io Shirai & Makoto & Yukari Ishino 15:07

Joshi Puroresu MVP: Emi Sakura vs. Kyoko Inoue 4:45

NEO Tag Title Match: Nanae Takahashi & Kana vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Ayumi Kurihara 21:32

NEO Battle Station 3/21/10 NEO 10th Anniversary Commemorative Show Happening Start taped 3/14/10 Kanagawa Kawasaki-shi Taiikukan
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Kagetsu 3:58 of 6:29

Mixed Gender Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs. MIKAMI 4:10 of 10:00

Emi Sakura vs. Kana 9:12

Ayumi Kurihara & Makoto & Mio Shirai & Io Shirai vs. Mima Shimoda & Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa 3:30 of 9:16

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Toshie Uematsu & Tsukasa Fujimoto & Ayano Yoshikawa 4:12 of 11:36

Nanae Takahashi vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto 2:58

Shinobu Kandori & Fuka vs. Kyoko Inoue & Emi Sakura 7:42

NEO Joshi Pacific & NEO Single Double Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Meiko Satomura 17:34 of 21:06

NEO 10th Anniversary Commemorative Show NEO SPECTACLE IN KAWASAKI DVD 3/14/10 Kanagawa Kawasaki-shi Taiikukan
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Kagetsu 6:29

Mixed Gender Match: Natsuki*Taiyo vs. MIKAMI 10:00

Emi Sakura vs. Kana 9:12

Ayumi Kurihara & Makoto & Mio Shirai & Io Shirai vs. Mima Shimoda & Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa 9:16

Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Toshie Uematsu & Tsukasa Fujimoto & Ayano Yoshikawa 11:36

Nanae Takahashi vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto 2:58

Shinobu Kandori & Fuka vs. Kyoko Inoue & Emi Sakura 7:42

NEO Joshi Pacific & NEO Single Double Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Meiko Satomura 21:06

NEO Battle Station 5/24/10 NEO 10th Anniversary Commemorative Show NEO SPECTACLE IN Korakuen Shrine taped 5/5/10 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Aya Yuki vs. Chisato Kuroki 2:39 of 5:37

Ikuto Hidaka & Natsuki*Taiyo vs. Hajime Ohara & Shuri 5:54 of 15:00

NEO Incredible Tag Match Special: Nanae Takahashi & Amazing Kong vs. Kyoko Inoue & Vanessa the Mountain 6:42 of 15:05

Loser Leaves NEO: Mima Shimoda & Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Kyoko Kimura & Atsuko Emoto & Tomoka Nakagawa 5:31 of 22:22

NEO Tag Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura & Ayumi Kurihara (c) vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata 8:31 of 20:51

10th Anniversary 30-Person Royal Rumble featuring, Yuki "Yuka Nakamura" Miyazaki, Michael Jusco (Natsuki*Taiyo), Yuki "Female Goro Tsurumi" Aya, Cherry, Emi Sakura, Tanny "Benki~man" Mouse, Tsubasa Kuragaki, Policewoman, Small Giant Baba, Nagisa Momo, Zhao Yun Shiryu, Yuki "Haruka Matsuo" Miyazaki, Eiger, Hamuko Hoshi, Riho, Toshie Uematsu, Small Giant "Etsuko Mita" Baba, Sakura Hirota, Yuiga, Lingerie Muta, Shuji "Jaiko" Ishikawa, Miyako Matsumoto, Makoto, Metal Thief #2, Kaori Yoneyama, Aya Yuki, Kyoko Inoue, Yoshiko Tamura, & Yuki Miyazaki 37:47 of 43:38

NEO NEO ENERGY 2010 DVD 6/19/10 Itabashi Green Hall
-1hr 40min. Q=Perfect

Hiroyo Matsumoto & Ryo Mizunami vs. Aya Yuki & Kagetu

Toshie Uematsu vs. Sakura Hirota

Kayoko Haruyama vs. Tanny Mouse

Yuki Miyazaki vs. Misaki Ohata

Kana & Mio Shirai & Io Shirai vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Ayumi Kurihara & Hikaru Shida

NEO Battle Station 12/7/10 STAND OUT 2010 taped 11/21/10 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Miki Iida Debut Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Miki Iida

Ayumi Kurihara vs. Hikaru Shida

Toshie Uematsu & Yuu Yamagata vs. Nagisa Nozaki & Shuri

Dansyoku Deeno vs. Tanny Mouse

Hiroyo Matsumoto & Misaki Ohata vs. Manami Toyoda & Tsukasa Fujimoto

Special Single Match: Meiko Satomura vs. Yuki Miyazaki

Aya Yuki & Ryo Mizunami vs. Kaori Yoneyama & Kazumi Shimouma

Shinobu Kandori vs. Kagetsu

NEO Joshi Pacific & NEO Single Double Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Emi Sakura

NEO STAGE DOOR DVD 12/31/10 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 35min. Q=Perfect. 1 DVD

Kagetsu vs. Mika Iida

Emi Sakura & Hikaru Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Mima Shimoda & Hiroyo Matsumoto & Nagisa Nozaki

Neo Machine Guns Final Match: Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Kayoko Haruyama & Toshie Uematsu

Mio Shirai & Io Shirai vs. Makoto & Aya Yuki

Tanny Mouse & Yuki Miyazaki Retirement Match: Tanny Mouse vs. Yuki Miyazaki

Yoshiko Tamura Retirement Match, NWA Pacific & NEO Single Title Match: Yoshiko Tamura vs. Ayumi Kurihara

Neo Dissolution Match: Yoshiko Tamura & Yuki Miyazaki & Tanny Mouse vs. Nagisa Nozaki & Aya Yuki & Mika Iida

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