During Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling’s Yes! Wonderland 2021 event on March 4th, Miyu Yamashita once again won the Princess of Princess Championship by defeating Rika Tatsumi. This match took place in the main event of the show. Both women put on an incredible performance that was certainly fitting for the main event of Korakuen Hall.
Yamashita got the three count when she hit Tatsumi with her running knee strike; this was after Rika somehow managed to kick out of Miyu’s skull kick. With this victory, Yamashita is officially a three-time Princess of Princess Champion. As of this writing, she is the only wrestler to have held the title on three occasions. She first won the title back in 2016, defeating Shoko Nakajima to become the inaugural champion. Yamashita’s second title reign began in early 2018, when she defeated Reika Sakai. At 484 days, Yamashita’s second Princess of Princess Title reign is the longest in company history.
— 山下実優 Miyu Yamashita (@miyu_tjp) May 4, 2021
Miyu Yamashita already has her first opponent lined up. She will face Yuka Sakazaki at CyberFight Festival. “The Magical Girl” won this opportunity by defeating Mizuki and Shoko Nakajima earlier in the show. Expect more news regarding CyberFight Festival, not only in regard to TJPW but other participating promotions, in the coming weeks.
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