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SGPW Battle Station 2/21/10 Tire House BEST presents taped 12/20/09 & 1/31/10 Miyagi Zepp Sendai
-2hr. Q=Perfect

12/20/09

Yukari Ishino vs. Hamuko Hoshi 4:03 of 12:08

DASH Chisako vs. Esui 6:45 of 12:57

JWP Junior & POP Title Match: Misaki Ohata vs. Ryo Mizunami 6:48 of 12:42

Meiko Satomura vs. Azumi Hyuga 16:39 of 16:47

1/31/10

Dynamite Kansai vs. Kagetsu (Yukari Ishino) 5:21 of 7:15

Fuka vs. DASH Chisako 5:09 of 10:52

Meiko Satomura & Kana vs. DASH Chisako & Kagetsu 11:25 of 16:39

JWP Junior & POP Title Match: Ryo Mizunami vs. Aya Yuki 6:05 of 15:45

SGPW Battle Station 4/16/10 ~Tire House BEST presents~ 2nd Battlefield Tournament 1st & 2nd Round taped 4/9/10 Miyagi Zepp Sendai
-2hr. Q=Perfect

2nd Battlefield Tournament Round 1:

Ryo Mizunami vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto

DASH Chisako vs. Sendai Sachiko

Nanae Takahashi vs. Hiren

Aja Kong vs. Kagetu

2nd Battlefield Tournament Round 2:

Ryo Mizunami vs. Toshie Uematsu

Yoshiko Tamura vs. DASH Chisako

Nanae Takahashi vs. Kaori Yoneyama

Meiko Satomura vs. Aja Kong

SGPW Battle Station Near Live Joshi Puroresu Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament 10/27/11 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-3hr. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Joshi Puroresu Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament Round 1

WAVE [GAMI & Toshie Uematsu & Yumi Oka & Shu Shibutani & Moeka Haruhi] vs. JWP [Commando Bolshoi & Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama & LEON & Hanako Nakamori] 13:28

Sendai Girls [Meiko Satomura & DASH Chisako & Chisako Sendai & Kagetsu & Miyako Morino] vs. Ice Ribbon [Emi Sakura & Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikaru Shida & Hikari Minami & Tsukushi] 12:45

Reina [Yumiko Hotta & Aki Kanbayashi & Zeuxis & Aoi Ishibashi & La Commandante] vs. Stardom [Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo & Yoshiko & Yoko Bito & Mayu Iwatani] 13:12

Diana [Kyoko Inoue & Kaoru Ito & Keiko Aono & Jenny Rose & Annie Social] vs. Freelancers [Jaguar Yokota & Manami Toyota & Sakura Hirota & Mio Shirai & Nancy Mari] 14:29

Joshi Puroresu Dantai Taikou Flash Tournament Semifinals

Sendai Girls [Meiko Satomura & Ryo Mizunami & Hiren] vs. JWP [Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki & Nana Kawasa] 7:26

Stardom [Nanae Takahashi & Natsuki*Taiyo & Yoko Bito] vs. Diana [Kyoko Inoue & Kaoru Ito & Saree] 14:30

Joshi Puroresu Dantai Flash Tournament Final: Meiko Satomura & Kagetsu vs. Nanae Takahashi & Yoshiko 16:30

SGPW Battle Station 1/9/13 FAIRY SPIRIT IN SENDAI taped 12/15/12 Sendai Sun Plaza
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Kyoko Inoue & Ray & Sareee vs. Manami Toyota & Rabbit Miu & Nana Kawasa 13:03

OZ Academy Offer Match: Mayumi Ozaki vs. Carlos Amano 10:49

Sakura Hirota vs. Eiger 6:41

Shinobu Kandori & Ayako Hamada vs. Shuri & Miyako Morino 10:43

DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs. Tsubasa Kuragaki & Leon 17:28

BATTLE OF THE KING: Aja Kong & Meiko Satomura vs. Kagetsu & Yoshiko 21:17

SGPW BEST SELECTION II DVD 9/30/12-12/15/12 Sendai Sun Plaza
-4hr. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

9/30/12 Osaka Matsushita IMP Hall

DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs. Manami Toyota & Mika Iida 15:41

Kagetsu & Sawako Shimono vs. Hikaru Shida & Sareee 17:30

Aja Kong vs. Meiko Satomura 18:40

Sendai Girls SPIRIT In Hakata 10/21/12 Hakata Starlanes

DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs. Manami Katsu & Mayumi Ozaki 14:55

Aja Kong vs. Kagetsu 12:15

Manami Toyota & Meiko Satomura vs. Ayako Hamada & Carlos Amano 19:43

Sendai Girls SPIRIT In Niigata 11/24/12 Niigata City Gymnasium

Carlos Amano vs. Miyako Morino 11:17

Yoshiko vs. Mayu Iwatani 5:52

Aiger vs. Sakura Hirota 0:05

Aiger vs. Sakura Hirota 11:01

DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs. Mayumi Ozaki & Nana Kawasa 15:25

Ayumi Kurihara & Kagetsu vs. Sareee & Shinobu Kandori 16:11

Manami Toyota & Meiko Satomura vs. Aja Kong & Ayako Hamada 14:28

12/15/12 Sendai Sun Plaza Hall

Kyoko Inoue & Ray & Sareee vs. Manami Toyota & Nana Kawasa & Rabbit Miu 13:03

Mayumi Ozaki vs. Carlos Amano 10:49

Aiger vs. Sakura Hirota 6:49

Ayako Hamada & Shinobu Kandori vs. Miyako Morino & Syuri 10:43

DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko vs. Leon & Tsubasa Kuragaki 17:28

Aja Kong & Meiko Satomura vs. Kagetsu & Yoshiko 21:17

SGPW Battle Station 11/10/13 Revolution taped 10/17/13 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-1hr 55min. Q=Perfect

Super Generation Struggle Nova vs. Leader 8 vs. 8 Singles Elimination Match: Shuri & Yoshiko & Hikaru Shida & Kagetsu & Yuhi & Sareee & Manami Katsu & Takumi Iroha vs. Aja Kong & Dump Matsumoto & Dynamite Kansai & Kyoko Inoue & Manami Toyota & Meiko Satomura & Command Bolshoi & Takako Inoue 70:11. The match quality would have been higher as a tag match, but I give Satomura major credit for just getting it to the opening bell given all the veterans would have to get eliminated by girls about half their age. The first half was some rough going as the bottom 3 Nova wrestlers can't be taken too seriously yet so rather than the intensity building, it was more like on again off again. I have a hard time getting invested in 4 minute matches because they just end to get a result that usually isn't credible before they should really even be beginning, but it's worthwhile for Shuri vs. Kyoko, Yuhi's big run, & Satomura's matches. **1/2

a) Iroha vs. Matsumoto 3:46. Dump may only be almost 53, but she can still wield a fork every bit as well as 72-year-old Abdullah. She quickly busted Iroha open with it, & generally demolished her as expected, only allowing the rookie a roll-up before she was DQ'd for cracking the ref Ran with the tin can.

b) Kyoko Inoue vs. Iroha 3:30. Kyoko sold for Iroha the whole time then took her out with 2 lariats.

c) Kyoko Inoue vs. Shuri 10:00. The match got going here, as Kyoko again was taking, but this was an intense and competitive (or actually one-sided in Shuri's favor) match of equals rather than legends playing with a greenhorn. Of course, apart from her size, Kyoko has no business even being in the ring with the younger, faster, more athletic, and supremely brutal opponent, but politically Shuri was lucky Kyoko allowed her to dominate with her nasty kicks and knees so we saw who the better fighter is in 2013 even though we can't get a result to back it up. Very enjoyable action though with the only downside being it was basically just Shuri's middle kicks vs. Kyoko's occasional lariat or elbow.

d) Bolshoi vs. Sareee 3:34. Bolshoi did a really good job of elevating the level of a greatly inferior wrestler. Sareee is athletic and willing, but doesn't have much beyond a basic dropkick attack, yet Bolshoi used the speed of both to create credible sequences that due to Bolshoi's technique and skill somehow yielded good looking counters.

e) Shida vs. Bolshoi 4:12. An overall better segment than the previous because of the individual talent, but disappointing because these two didn't work as well together, with Bolshoi basically letting Shida do her thing without finding a way to improve it. Shida charged with her strikes, but they either hit the target but weren't that stiff (the standing ones) or had a lot of force but were just off the target so they didn't really carry any impact (the running/jumping ones), and Bolshoi would sporadically counter into a submission.

f) Toyota vs. Shida 5:53. Shida again jumped the veteran with her stick, and used it when she could to (re)gain the advantage. A lot of action, but the chemistry and execution were just okay.

g) Toyota vs. Katsu 3:47. The execution was a little better, but the level of difficulty and intensity were much lower. Katsu mainly charged at Toyota until Manami hit a couple of big moves to take her out.

h) Yuhi vs. Toyota 3:37. Good stylistic matchup of high paced athletic workers that panned out. Yuhi shined with her skill and diversity as well as her athleticism, and scored arguably the biggest win of her career.

i) Yuhi vs. Takako Inoue 5:35. Yuhi mysteriously injured her knee, and wasn't even ready to answer the bell, so Takako roughed her up most of the match with Yuhi inserting an occasional highspot. It was a good beginning to a 15 minute match, but although competent stuff, didn't make for a believable Yuhi win in 5.

j) Yuhi vs. Kansai 4:30. Some really good booking here. No one has won more than 2 matches so far, and Yuhi is very much depleted in the process, again not being able to stand for the bell, so she has no chance against the giant wrecking ball Kansai. Kansai mixed mauling her and stretching her out, it seeming to just be a matter of time before she moved on, but Yuhi has heart and determination, and she finds a way, albeit very contrived in execution, to score the upset.

k) Kong vs. Yuhi 0:21. Basically the quick slaughter one expected the Kansai match to be given Yuhi's condition.

l) Kagetsu vs. Kong 4:52. Aja jumped Kagetsu on the outside and brawled by Chigusa's seat and throughout the arena, totally demolishing Kagetsu in the old Jungle Jack style. Again, this was a nice start to a match, but it's beyond ludicrous that Kagetsu, who might have got 1 offensive move in at some point, can just pin Aja in a small package.

m) Satomura vs. Kagetsu 5:38. The intensity was back for this high level segment that benefitted from the student and teacher being so familiar with one another. It was mostly Satomura in good form dominating her protege, but Kagetsu had enough moments to keep it interesting.

n) Yoshiko vs. Satomura 6:26. Though this was the last matchup & Yoshiko is the bigger star, it lacked the intensity of Satomura vs. Kagetsu. Still, Satomura was probably the best wrestler of the 16, and it was actually a back & forth match with big offense that had a less unbelievable finish.

SGPW Revolution ~Super Generation Struggle Nova vs. Leader~ DVD 10/17/13 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr 10min. Q=Near Perfect

Aya Mizunami & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko 13:07

Rydeen Hagane vs. Sakura Hirota 10:40

Super Generation Struggle Nova vs. Leader 8 vs. 8 Singles Elimination Match: Shuri & Yoshiko & Hikaru Shida & Kagetsu & Yuhi & Sareee & Manami Katsu & Takumi Iroha vs. Aja Kong & Dump Matsumoto & Dynamite Kansai & Kyoko Inoue & Manami Toyota & Meiko Satomura & Command Bolshoi & Takako Inoue 70:11. The match quality would have been higher as a tag match, but I give Satomura major credit for just getting it to the opening bell given all the veterans would have to get eliminated by girls about half their age. The first half was some rough going as the bottom 3 Nova wrestlers can't be taken too seriously yet so rather than the intensity building, it was more like on again off again. I have a hard time getting invested in 4 minute matches because they just end to get a result that usually isn't credible before they should really even be beginning, but it's worthwhile for Shuri vs. Kyoko, Yuhi's big run, & Satomura's matches. **1/2

a) Iroha vs. Matsumoto 3:46. Dump may only be almost 53, but she can still wield a fork every bit as well as 72-year-old Abdullah. She quickly busted Iroha open with it, & generally demolished her as expected, only allowing the rookie a roll-up before she was DQ'd for cracking the ref Ran with the tin can.

b) Kyoko Inoue vs. Iroha 3:30. Kyoko sold for Iroha the whole time then took her out with 2 lariats.

c) Kyoko Inoue vs. Shuri 10:00. The match got going here, as Kyoko again was taking, but this was an intense and competitive (or actually one-sided in Shuri's favor) match of equals rather than legends playing with a greenhorn. Of course, apart from her size, Kyoko has no business even being in the ring with the younger, faster, more athletic, and supremely brutal opponent, but politically Shuri was lucky Kyoko allowed her to dominate with her nasty kicks and knees so we saw who the better fighter is in 2013 even though we can't get a result to back it up. Very enjoyable action though with the only downside being it was basically just Shuri's middle kicks vs. Kyoko's occasional lariat or elbow.

d) Bolshoi vs. Sareee 3:34. Bolshoi did a really good job of elevating the level of a greatly inferior wrestler. Sareee is athletic and willing, but doesn't have much beyond a basic dropkick attack, yet Bolshoi used the speed of both to create credible sequences that due to Bolshoi's technique and skill somehow yielded good looking counters.

e) Shida vs. Bolshoi 4:12. An overall better segment than the previous because of the individual talent, but disappointing because these two didn't work as well together, with Bolshoi basically letting Shida do her thing without finding a way to improve it. Shida charged with her strikes, but they either hit the target but weren't that stiff (the standing ones) or had a lot of force but were just off the target so they didn't really carry any impact (the running/jumping ones), and Bolshoi would sporadically counter into a submission.

f) Toyota vs. Shida 5:53. Shida again jumped the veteran with her stick, and used it when she could to (re)gain the advantage. A lot of action, but the chemistry and execution were just okay.

g) Toyota vs. Katsu 3:47. The execution was a little better, but the level of difficulty and intensity were much lower. Katsu mainly charged at Toyota until Manami hit a couple of big moves to take her out.

h) Yuhi vs. Toyota 3:37. Good stylistic matchup of high paced athletic workers that panned out. Yuhi shined with her skill and diversity as well as her athleticism, and scored arguably the biggest win of her career.

i) Yuhi vs. Takako Inoue 5:35. Yuhi mysteriously injured her knee, and wasn't even ready to answer the bell, so Takako roughed her up most of the match with Yuhi inserting an occasional highspot. It was a good beginning to a 15 minute match, but although competent stuff, didn't make for a believable Yuhi win in 5.

j) Yuhi vs. Kansai 4:30. Some really good booking here. No one has won more than 2 matches so far, and Yuhi is very much depleted in the process, again not being able to stand for the bell, so she has no chance against the giant wrecking ball Kansai. Kansai mixed mauling her and stretching her out, it seeming to just be a matter of time before she moved on, but Yuhi has heart and determination, and she finds a way, albeit very contrived in execution, to score the upset.

k) Kong vs. Yuhi 0:21. Basically the quick slaughter one expected the Kansai match to be given Yuhi's condition.

l) Kagetsu vs. Kong 4:52. Aja jumped Kagetsu on the outside and brawled by Chigusa's seat and throughout the arena, totally demolishing Kagetsu in the old Jungle Jack style. Again, this was a nice start to a match, but it's beyond ludicrous that Kagetsu, who might have got 1 offensive move in at some point, can just pin Aja in a small package.

m) Satomura vs. Kagetsu 5:38. The intensity was back for this high level segment that benefitted from the student and teacher being so familiar with one another. It was mostly Satomura in good form dominating her protege, but Kagetsu had enough moments to keep it interesting.

n) Yoshiko vs. Satomura 6:26. Though this was the last matchup & Yoshiko is the bigger star, it lacked the intensity of Satomura vs. Kagetsu. Still, Satomura was probably the best wrestler of the 16, and it was actually a back & forth match with big offense that had a less unbelievable finish.

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