Actress Juria Nagano joins Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, debuting on 3/19

The newest addition to the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster is action actress Juria Nagano. She is making her debut on March 19th

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The newest addition to the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster.

Today’s Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling show took place at Korakuen Hall and the two final matches of the show were International Princess and Princess of Princess Title matches respectively.

During a break in the action, actress Juria Nagano came to the ring and she confirmed that she is joining the Tokyo Joshi Pro roster and is going to make her in-ring debut at Ryōgoku Sumo Hall on March 19th.

Nagano is an active nurse and has a background in karate. She was scouted by CyberFight President Sanshiro Takagi and he listed her karate background and social media following as two of the reasons for bringing her in.

I scouted her. I scouted her because of her aptitude as a karate practitioner and the influence of her 800,000 followers on TikTok. She has good looks and a good name. I’d like to think about how to train her, depending on what she wants to achieve. Will Juria become a star in this era of women’s pro wrestling?

Juria trains with Shoko Nakajima, who has made several appearances for All Elite Wrestling. Here are the results from today’s Tokyo Joshi Pro show:

  • Arisu Endo & Suzume def. Mahiro Kiryu & Moka Miyamoto
  • Shoko Nakajima def. Hyper Misao
  • Miu Watanabe & Rika Tatsumi def. Nao Kakuta & Yuki Kamifuku
  • Haruna Neko, Nodoka-Oneesan & Yuki Aino def. Marika Kobashi, Pom Harajuku & Raku
  • Yuka Sakazaki def. Yuki Arai
  • International Princess Championship: Maki Ito def. Hikari Noa (c)
  • Princess of Princess Championship: Miyu Yamashita (c) def. Mizuki
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