Sumo Hall 1995 Sumo Hall 1996 Ariake Coliseum 1994
1st Plum Mariko Memorial 2nd Plum Mariko Memorial JWP in South Korea





August 29, 1989 in Seoul, South Korea
Olympic Stadium drawing 37,000
  1. Match results unavailable.
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May 22, 1994 in Tokyo, Japan
Ariake Coliseum drawing 10,700
  1. Kumiko Maekawa & Rie Tamada beat Hiroumi Yagi & Fusayo Nouchi (15:23) when Tamada pinned Yagi.

  2. Boirshoi Kid drew Commando Boirshoi (10:00).

  3. Kyoko Inoue beat Candy Okutsu (15:31) via submission.

  4. Cutie Suzuki pinned Takako Inoue (19:09).

  5. Devil Masami & Bull Nakano beat Hikari Fukuoka & Sake Hasegawa (28:54) when Masami pinned Fukuoka.

  6. Chigusa Nagayo pinned Mayumi Ozaki (27:02).

  7. WWWA Champ Aja Kong pinned Dynamite Kansai (22:03).
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June 16, 1995 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 6,500
  1. Naita, Nagashima, & Kato beat Tomoko Kuzumi, Miyagoki, & Kobayashi (16:29) when Nagashima pinned Kato.

  2. Fusayo Nouchi & Kumiko Maekawa beat Rie Tamada & Kanako Motoya (10:45) when Nouchi pinned Motoya.

  3. Rieko Amano pinned Tomoko Miyaguchi (10:45) to win the 1995 JWP Rookies League.

  4. Bomber Hikari & Sumiya Toyama beat Kuragaki & Soto (11:09) when Hikari pinned Soto.

  5. Cutie Suzuki pinned Boirshoi Kid (12:30).

  6. Hiroumi Sugo pinned Hiroumi Yagi (1:45).

  7. Candy Okutsu pinned Hiroumi Sugo (0:55).

  8. Candy Okutsu beat Hiroumi Yagi (7:08) via submission to win the vacant JWP Junior Title.

  9. Devil Masami & Mayumi Ozaki beat Hikari Fukuoka & Kaoru (13:32) when Ozaki forced Fukuoka to submit.

  10. Dynamite Kansai pinned Chigusa Nagayo (23:35).
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Ryogaku Big Project


October 13, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 6,000
  1. Fusayo Nouchi pinned Yuko Kosugi (5:14).

  2. Kamako Motoya pinned Yumi Fukawa (8:15).

  3. AJW Junior Champ Tomoko Miyaguchi pinned Emi Motokawa (8:25).

  4. Mayumi Ozaki, Rieko Amano, & Sugar Sato beat Cutie Suzuki, Plum Mariko, & Yuki Miyazaki (15:22) when Amano forced Mariko to submit.

  5. Manami Toyota pinned Tomoko Kuzumi (15:17).

  6. Great Sasuke, Tiger Mask IV, Hikari Fukuoka, & Hiroumi Yagi beat Super Delfin, Gran Naniwa, Candy Okutsu, & Commando Bolshoi (22:24) when Fukuoka pinned Bolshoi.

  7. Devil Masami & Kyoko Inoue beat Dynamite Kansai & Aja Kong (17:28) when Inoue pinned Kansai.
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1st Annual Plum Mariko Memorial


October 30, 1997 in Tokyo, Japan
Ota Ward Gym drawing 2,500
  1. JWP: Devil Masami, Tomoko Miyaguchi, Sari Osami, & Commando Boirshoi beat Hikari Fukuoka, Tomoko Kozumi, Kanako Motoya, & Rieko Amano.

  2. Kyoko Inoue beat Esther Moreno.

  3. Big Japan: Aya Koyama beat Nana Fujimura.

  4. SPWF: Chiharu beat Misa Okada.

  5. J'd: Chikako Shiratori & Yuki Lee beat Yoko Kosugi & Miyuki Sogabe.

  6. IWA Japan: Emi Motokawa beat Sachie Nishibori.

  7. LLPW: Harley Saito beat Eagle Sawai.

  8. FMW: Crusher Maedomari beat Kaoru Nakayama.

  9. AJW: Kaoru Ito & Nanae Takahashi beat Kumiko Maekawa & Momoe Nakanishi.

  10. JWP: Cutie Suzuki & Dynamite Kansai beat Mayumi Ozaki in a "handicap" match.
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2nd Annual Plum Mariko Memorial


August 13, 1998 in Tokyo, Japan
Ota Ward Gym drawing 2,703
  1. Sachie Nishibori (IWA) & Erika Watanabe (JWP) beat Tomiko Sai & Kayoko Haruyama (Team JWP) (18:03) when Watanabe pinned Sai.

  2. Neo: Yoshiko Tamura & Tanny Mouse beat Saya Endo & Misae Genki (14:27) when Tamura forced Endo to submit.

  3. Big Japan: Ryuji Yamakawa & Tomoaki Honma beat Gennosuke Kobayashi & Tomokazu Fueda (11:49) when Yamakawa forced Fueda to submit.

  4. J'd: Sumie Sakai & Megumi Yabushita beat Echicera & Bloody (10:14) when Yabushita pinned Echicera.

  5. AJW: Manami Toyota & Kumiko Maekawa beat Nanae Takahashi & Momoe Nakanishi (14:40) when Maekawa pinned Nakanishi.

  6. JWP: Hikari Fukuoka, Kanako Motoya, & Harumi Yagi beat Rieko Amano, Tomoko Kuzumi, & Tomoko Miyaguchi (18:15) when Motoya pinned Mayaguchi.

  7. JWP: Mayumi Ozaki & Devil Masami beat Cutie Suzuki & Dynamite Kansai (16:10) when Ozaki pinned Suzuki.
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