Results from Michinoku Pro’s 9/10/21 Great Sasuke 31st Anniversary

TOKYO, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 28: The Great Sasuke enters the ring during the Pro-Wrestling Masters at the Korakuen Hall on February 28, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)
TOKYO, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 28: The Great Sasuke enters the ring during the Pro-Wrestling Masters at the Korakuen Hall on February 28, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images) /

Michinoku Pro made its return to the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo for the second time this year on  September 10 for pro wrestling action, highlighted by the reuniting of Kaientai ☆ DX.

But before the action began, Michinoku Pro presented  “THE GREAT SASUKE”, a 2016 documentary that takes a look at The Great Sasuke’s life in pro-wrestling and politics.

These are the results for Michinoku Pro’s Sept. 10 show, which also commemorated The Great Sasuke.

In the first match, MUSASHI, Ayumu Gunji, and Koji Kawamura went against  Rui Hyugaji, Yapperman #1, and Yapperman #2.

This match was a continuation of the ongoing battle between the new generation and the established members of the roster, which began taking place in Tokyo earlier this year.

The action was very competitive, with both sides desiring to show why they deserve the top sports in Michinoku Pro. In the end, Rui Hyugaji brought home a win for the established members after pinning Koji Kawamura.

Next, it was time for the Hardcore Battle Royale, featuring  Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, Manjimaru, Ken45, Rasse, Ayumu Gunji, Yasuyoshi Ogasawara, Pretty Ota, and Taro Nohashi. Competitors were allowed to bring a weapon to the ring with them and could be eliminated via either being tossed over the top rope to the floor or pinfall.

Wrestlers were quickly eliminated, with the last two remaining wrestlers being Pretty Ota and Taro Nohashi.

With Taro Nohashi being the much bigger of the two, it appeared that Pretty Ota was going to be an easy elimination for him. But try as he might, Nohashi could not keep Ota down for a pinfall or toss him to the floor.

In a surprise move, Pretty Ota suddenly threw powder into Taro Nohashi’s face, and with him blinded, Ota quickly rolled up Nohashi for the elimination and the win.

Angered by his elimination, Taro Nohashi attacked Pretty Ota, who was saved by Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei, two allies of Ota’s.  Shu and Kei then did their trademark spot to Nohashi of placing a suitcase between an opponent’s legs while their opponent is sitting in a corner of the ring, with a side of the suitcase facing the other corner, then grabbing a bowling ball, and throwing the ball into the suitcase from the opposite corner.

In the main event, a feud was renewed as TAKA Michinoku, Dick Togo, and MENS Teioh reunited as Michinoku Pro’s first rulebreaker faction,  Kaientai ☆ DX, to face The Great Sasuke, Jinsei Shinzaki, and Super Delfin.

There was plenty of action in the best match of the night.  Kaientai ☆ DX even took a moment to do their trademark pose.

However, the match came to an abrupt when  Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei, and Pretty Ota suddenly came onto the scene.

Brahman Shu threw powder into The Great Sasuke and TAKA Michinoku’s eyes, leading to the referee declaring the match a no-contest.

MENS Teioh helped TAKA Michinoku to the back as he yelled, TAKA’s eyes burning in pain. Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei then attacked The Great Sasuke before finally leaving the hall.

More photos from this great event can be seen here!

Michinoku Pro will return to the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo on Friday, December 17 (6:00 PM start time). This will be the last time that Michinoku Pro will be appearing at the Korakuen Hall this year. Tickets will be available for advance sale on October 1 (Friday) at 10:00 AM via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Online Shop. On October 2, tickets will be available at Lawson, Ticket Pia, e +, Famiport, Pro Wrestling Champion, and via Michinoku Pro Wrestling Telephone Reservation- 019 (687) 2431.

Ringside seats are 6,000 yen (6,500 yen on the day), Reserved seat A is 5,000 yen (5,500 yen on the day), and Reserved seat B is 4,500 yen (5,000 yen on the day).

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On an important note, if you purchase a ticket from someplace other than the online shop, you will have to write your address, name, and phone number on the ticket stub (the smaller one) in order to be able to enter the arena. This is a part of contact tracing procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.