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Michinoku Pro Wrestling


Michinoku Pro Wrestling

Michinoku Pro Wrestling
Acronym MPW
Founded 1993
Style Lucha Libre
Headquarters Morioka, Iwate, Japan
Founder(s) The Great Sasuke
Owner(s) Jinsei Shinzaki

Michinoku Pro Wrestling (also known as North Eastern Wrestling) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion, founded by The Great Sasuke in 1993. Michinoku Pro was the first independent wrestling promotion in Japan to not base its operations in Tokyo, but rather in Morioka, Iwate. The predominant wrestling style of the promotion is lucha libre, but Michinoku Pro has accepted wrestlers from various styles (such as shoot style and strong style) and backgrounds over the years. In 2003, Sasuke left the running of the promotion to Jinsei Shinzaki (who is the only heavyweight wrestler in the promotion), in order to concentrate on his duties as a newly elected Iwate Prefectural assembly member.


  • Current roster 1
    • Bad Boy 1.1
    • Mu no Taiyo 1.2
  • Championships and tournaments 2
    • Current 2.1
    • Tournaments 2.2
    • Former 2.3
  • Notable alumni and foreigners 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Current roster

Bad Boy

Mu no Taiyo

Championships and tournaments


Championship Current champion(s) Date won
Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Kesen Numajiro May 5, 2015
Tohoku Tag Team Championship Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita September 22, 2015
UWA World Tag Team Championship Masato Shibata and Shuji Ishikawa January 24, 2015


Tournament Latest winner(s) Date won
Iron Man Tournament Fujita "Jr." Hayato August 29, 2009
Fukumen World League The Great Sasuke September 2, 2012
Futaritabi Tag Team League Brahman Kei and Brahman Shu October 13, 2014


Championship Last champion(s) Date won
UWA World Welterweight Championship Vacated
UWF Super Welterweight Championship Vacated
British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Championship Vacated December 7, 2003
UWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Championship Diluvio Negro II February 25, 2007
Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship Makoto Oishi September 14, 2008

Notable alumni and foreigners

See also


  • Official website
  • A Tribute to Michinoku Pro-Wrestling
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