During Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling’s Yes! Wonderland 2021 on March 4th, Up Up Girl’s Hikari Noa won her first championship in TJPW by defeating Yuki Kamifuku for the International Princess Championship.
Hikari Noa got the pin on Yuki Kamifuku after hitting her Blizzard Suplex. This is the first time that the two have met in a singles match since they originally faced each other for the vacated title back in November; during this encounter, “Kamiyu” won.
— 乃蒼ヒカリ Hikari Noa (@uug_p_hikari) May 4, 2021
Kamifuku lost the title on her fourth defense after having a string of break-out matches, especially against Mirai Maiumi and Nao Kakuta. “Kamiyu’s” International Princess Championship reign, at 178 days, is the second-longest in company history; the longest reign belongs to Thunder Rosa, who held the title for the majority of 2020.
There is currently no one challenging for the title, but since CyberFight Festival is coming up next month, there will surely be an opponent for Noa. Expect more news of a potential challenger for the new International Princess Champion in the coming weeks.
Hopefully for “Kamiyu,” this means that she will start to move further up the card. Last Word on Sports Pro Wrestling will have more information on this story as it develops.
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