Miyawaki Sakura plays the role of a normal highschooler. After her mother died prematurely, she has been living together with her father Ouroboros Youhei, who runs a tofu restaurant and a prowrestling dojo. Youhei was once a prowrestler who reached the title of champion, after he retired he had been managing the Kinshicho dojo along with his tofu restaurant.
One day, Miyawaki was at her high school talking with her friend Mukaichi Mion as usual, when she was informed that her father Youhei had suddenly died. In order to fulfill his dream and see his own dojo give birth to wrestling champions, her father made great efforts as a trainer to raise his own athletes. However, with the rise in popularity of female prowrestling, he was promptly betrayed by his disciple Yazaki Eichiro. All the most promising athletes were lured away by the newly-formed Shirogane Gym association, leaving Yokoyama Yui as the only remaining pupil. Meanwhile, Shirogane Gym rose to full power, even including popular athletes of the World Idol Prowrestling such as Matsui Jurina, Kodama Haruka, Shimada Haruka, Matsumura Kaori and Shiroma Miru among their ranks.
Miyawaki, who had avoided her father and hated prowrestling until then, finally became aware of the feelings of her dead father for his family and the enthusiasm for prowrestling. In the midst of this, she takes Yazaki's challenge and announces without a second thought her entrance in the prowrestling world, however...
Runtime: 25 minutes
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