Hiroyo Matsumoto

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Hiroyo Matsumoto
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Born (1985-11-06) November 6, 1985 (age 28)
Hiratsuka, Kanagawa
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Hiroyo Matsumoto
Hiroyo Moe Moe[1]
Kaihime[2]
Masked Hiroyon[3]
Billed height 1.67 m (5 ft 5 12 in)
Billed weight 70 kg (150 lb)
Trained by Mariko Yoshida
Debut 2006

Hiroyo Matsumoto (松本 浩代 Matsumoto Hiroyo?) is a joshi puroresu wrestler in Japan who wrestled for Mariko Yoshida's Ibuki promotion. Emi Sakura gave her the nickname of Lady Destroyer (破壊する女 Hakai Suru Onna?) because Matsumoto broke a wall in the Ichigaya arena during her Ice Ribbon debut. She graduated from Hiratsuka Konan High School in the Kanagawa Prefecture.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

2006
2007
  • On May 5, Matsumoto teamed with Shuu Shibutani to face veterans Mariko Yoshida and Meiko Satomura. She scored the pinfall against mentor Mariko Yoshida with her Backdrop Driver finisher.
  • On October 7, Matsumoto teamed with fellow Ibuki worker Tomoka Nakagawa to debut in Ice Ribbon, with the pair scoring the victory over Aoi Kizuki & Miki Ishii.[4]
2008
2009
  • On February 1, at the Ibuki show in Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Matsumoto faced Sendai Sachiko for the JWP Junior Title/POP Title. She was successful in the first defense of the junior double titles.[12]
  • On February 5, at the OZ Academy show in Shinjuku Face, Matsumoto partnered with Aja Kong to defeat Mayumi Ozaki and KAORU and win the OZ Academy Tag Team Championship, thus making Matsumoto a triple crown champion.[13]
  • On February 8, at the JWP/NEO double header at the Tokyo Cinema Club, Matsumoto defeated JWP's Pinky Mayuka for her second successful defense of the JWP Junior/POP double titles.
  • On March 29, Matsumoto partnered with Kyoko Inoue to win the NEO Tag Titles.[14]
  • On May 31, at the Ibuki Korakuen Hall show, Matsumoto lost the JWP Junior/POP double titles to fellow Ibuki wrestler and close friend Misaki Ohata.[15]
  • On August 29, at the NEO in Osaka, Matsumoto and Kyoko Inoue faced Passion Red team of Nanae Takahashi and Kana for the NEO Tag Titles. Matsumoto and Inoue defended the titles by time limit draw.[16]
  • On October 10, Matsumoto and Kyoko Inoue had a rematch against Passion Red's Nanae Takahashi and Kana at the NEO Shin-Kiba 1st Ring show and lost the NEO Tag Titles. During the match, Matsumoto also injured her foot.[17]
  • On November 8, in her return match from foot injury, Matsumoto faced Atsuko Emoto at the Ibuki show at Korakuen Hall.[citation needed]
2010
  • On January 4, at the Ice Ribbon show in Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Matsumoto teamed up with Ice Ribbon wrestler Hamuko Hoshi to face Nanae Takahashi and Mai Ichii for the recently vacated International Ribbon Tag Titles. Matsumoto and Hoshi were successful in winning the tag titles.[18]
  • On February 20, Matsumoto and Hoshi lost the International Ribbon Tag Titles to Nanae Takahashi and Kazumi Shimouma.[citation needed]
  • On April 9, Matsumoto participated in Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling's 2nd annual Battlefield Tournament, but lost to Ryo Mizunami in Round 1.[19]
  • On April 10 & April 11, Matsumoto made her U.S. debut when she appeared in the Shimmer Women Athletes' DVD tapings in Berwyn, IL. During that weekend, Matsumoto faced the likes of Sara Del Rey, Lufisto, and Mercedes Martinez.
  • On July 25, Matsumoto made her second challenge for the NWA Women's Pacific/NEO Single Championship, this time held by NEO's Yoshiko Tamura. Matsumoto lost the match but forced Tamura to use her top finisher - Mt. Cook to end the match.[20]
2011
2012
  • In 2012, Matsumoto began working regularly for World Wonder Ring Stardom, unsuccessfully challenging Nanae Takahashi for the World of Stardom Championship on May 3 and joining Yuzuki Aikawa's Zenryoku Joshi stable on June 3.[23][24]
  • On June 10, Matsumoto defeated Ran Yu-Yu in the finals of a tournament to become the number one contender to the Oz Academy Openweight Championship.[25]
  • On August 19, Matsumoto unsuccessfully challenged Chikayo Nagashima for the Oz Academy Openweight Championship.[26]
  • On October 27, Matsumoto returned to Shimmer Women Athletes and the following day, unsuccessfully challenged Saraya Knight for the Shimmer Championship in a four-way elimination match, which also included Kellie Skater and MsChif.[27]
  • On December 2, Matsumoto officially quit Mayumi Ozaki's Seikigun stable and returned to Jungle Jack 21.[28]
2013

In wrestling[edit]

  • Nicknames
    • "Lady Destroyer"

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • NEO Ladies Pro-Wrestling
  • NEO Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Kyoko Inoue[39]
  • NEO Stage (2008)
  • NEO Mid-Summer Tag Tournament VII (2008) - with Kyoko Inoue
  • Jaja Uma (2008)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Into The Fight シリーズ 2013 in Odawara". Dramatic Dream Team (in Japanese). Retrieved 2013-02-10. 
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  29. ^ "2013/03/10(日) 15:00~ 「Yokohama Monster House」". Oz Academy (in Japanese). Retrieved 2013-03-11. 
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  33. ^ Trionfo, Richard (2013-10-25). "Complete Shine14 iPPV report: Rain versus Matsumoto; Shimmer Tag Title match; Havok versus Knight; and more". Pro Wrestling Insider. Retrieved 2013-10-26. 
  34. ^ a b "Season14~". World Wonder Ring Stardom (in Japanese). Retrieved 2013-12-29. 
  35. ^ "アイスリボン396 19時30分開始". Ice Ribbon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2012-06-13. 
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  37. ^ "JWP Junior Title". Puroresu Dojo. Retrieved 2011-04-12. 
  38. ^ "Princess of Pro-Wrestling (POP) Title". Puroresu Dojo. Retrieved 2011-04-12. 
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