Mizuki wins Tokyo Princess Cup

Since its inception in 2014, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling has held the annual Tokyo Princess Cup. It is a single-elimination type tournament, where the winner receives a championship match following the introduction of the Tokyo Princess Title. It features matchups between the company’s best wrestlers in one on one competition. Mizuki wins the Tokyo Princess Cup.

The tournament’s opening rounds were scheduled to take place on August 8th, 9th, 10th, 15th, and 16th at Kanda Miyojin Hall. Among the tournament participants, notable names such as Yuka Sakazaki, Rika Tatsumi, Nodoka Tenma, Miu Watanabe, Maki Itoh, and Mizuki competed.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the shows had to be canceled and the semi-finals of the tournament were held on the same day as the finals. The first match of the semi-finals saw Mizuki take on Maki Itoh in an intense contest. Mizuki managed to win the matchup in thirteen minutes with the Cutie Special.

The other semi-final match featured Shoko Nakajima squaring off against Miyu Yamashita. Nakajima ended up picking up the win after fifteen minutes with an inside cradle.

Mizuki wins Tokyo Princess Cup

Mizuki faced Nakajima in the finals of the Tokyo Princess Cup tournament. Nakajima was a former Princess of Princess Champion, and fans expected her to win the match.

Mizuki wins Tokyo Princess Cup
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The match was intense from start to finish as both competitors gave it their all to emerge victorious. Nakajima had the matchup won with the Northern Lights Suplex, but Mizuki kicked out. The pendulum swung in Mizuki’s favor after she hit a Code Breaker and continued to hit Nakajima with several Double Stomps. The match’s closing moments saw her hitting the Cutie Special on Nakajima and picking up the win.

Mizuki is now a two-time winner of the Tokyo Princess Cup. Following the match, she hugged Sakazaki and revealed that she wants to face her for the Princess of Princess Championship. Mizuki will be challenging Sakazaki for the Princess title in the main event of Wrestle Princess at the Tokyo Dome City Hall on November 7th.

Photo / @SugaredRabbit

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