Tokyo Joshi Pro has announced the details for the 8th installment of their annual single-elimination tournament this summer, the Tokyo Princess Cup 2021 presented by Ameba. The tournament takes place over 7 days with round one taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of July and the finals taking place on the 15th of August.
Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling Princess Cup 2021 Schedule
Round 1: 7.22/7.23 at Shinkiba 1stRING
Round 2: 7.24/7.25 at Shinkiba 1stRING
Quarter-Finals: 7.31 at Shinjuku FACE
Semi-Finals: 8.14 at Korakuen Hall
Finals: 8.15 at Korakuen Hall
Lineup & Bracket
Everyone on the TJPW roster, except Yuka Sakazaki who is currently in the US, will have a spot in the tournament meaning it is bigger than the one held last year.
The left side of the bracket:
Nao Kakuta vs Miyu Yamashita with the winner facing Yuki Kamifuku (bye) in the next round
Pom Harajuku vs Mirai Maiumi with the winner facing Mizuki (bye) in the next round
Moka Miyamoto vs Raku with the winner facing Maki Itoh (bye) in the next round
Arisu Endo vs Mahiro Kiryu with the winner facing Suzume (bye) in the next round
The right side of the bracket:
Miu Watanabe vs Kaya Toribami with the winner going to the quarter finals
Yuki Aino vs Yuki Arai with the winner facing Haruna Neko (bye) in the next round
Hikari Noa vs Rika Tatsumi with the winner facing Hyper Misao (bye) in the next round
Marika Kobashi vs Nodoka Tenma with the winner facing Shoko Nakajima (bye) in the next round
Anyone could win this tournament, the favorite based on previous experience,looks to be Mizuki who could win for the third time in a row but with how incredible this roster of women has been this year it won’t be a disappointment for any of the field to win it.
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