January 30 Update
- JWP has a tournament running from February 14 to February 24. Dynamite Kansai gets a round one bye, other first round matches are Kuzumi vs. Lee, Miyaguchi vs. Motoya, Bolshoi vs. Shiratori, and Devil vs. Amano. Tournament matches will happen at Osaka IMP Hall on February 14, Chiba on Feb 19, JWP Hall on Feb 24, Chiba again on the 27th. Final is at Korakuen Hall.
- Shinobu Kandori, Eagle Sawai, Yasha Kurenai, Tomoko Kuzumi and Kanako Motoya will all be at the New Now show on April 4.
- GAEA have added Makie Numao vs. Sugar Sato and Sakura Hirota vs. RIE to their "Quick Firer 99" show on February 11 at Korakuen Hall.
January 26 Update
- The lineup for GAEA's February 3 show in Osaka includes Chigusa Nagayo & Sonoko Kato vs. Mayumi Ozaki & Chikayo Nagashima; Toshiyo Yamada & Makie Numao vs. Lioness Asuka & Sugar Sato and Meiko Satomura vs. Toshie Uematsu.
- GAEA are at Korakuen Hall, Tokyo on February 11, lineup is Toshiyo Yamada & Sonoko Kato vs. Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita; KAORU & Meiko Satomura vs. Lioness Asuka & Mayumi Ozaki; and Chigusa Nagayo & Toshie Uematsu vs. Aja Kong & Chikayo Nagashima.
- All Japan Women have their "Revenge '99" tour on February 8 in Osaka and February 11 at Tokyo Korakuen Hall. Osaka main event is Yumiko Hotta & Kumiko Maekawa vs. Nanae Takahashi & Momoe Nakanishi. Tokyo lineup is Takako Inoue vs. Kayo Noumi and in an AJW vs. Neo Ladies match, Kumiko Maekawa & Nanae Takahashi vs. Misae Genki & Saya Endo.
January 22 Update
JWP Open Weight champion, Hikari Fukuoka has announced that she will be retiring from wrestling shortly. The reason she cited is a neck injury she suffered back in October, an injury that kept her on the sidelines until late December.
Hikari turned pro in 1989, working originally for Japanese Womens Pro, then for JWP when the promotion started in 1992. She is a former five team JWP Tag Team champion. Her best achievement came on April 8, 1997 when she pinned Dynamite Kansai to win the JWP Open Weight title. Hikari stills holds this belt and will probably become the first person to retire as champion.
The date of her retirement match has not yet been announced, although it seem likely that she will be involved in a six woman tag teaming with her Tag Team title holding partner Tomoko Kuzumi and Kanako Motoya.
January 20 Update
- ARSION have announced the lineups for their "Stardom '99" tour which runs through the first two weeks of February:
February 1, Osaka:
- Twin Star Of ARSION
Hiromi Yagi & Rie Tamada vs. Mariko Yoshida & Mika Akino
- Mikiko Futagami vs. Aja Kong
- Michiko Ohmukai & Yumi Fukawa vs. Reggie Bennett & Ayako Hamada
- Mari Apache vs. Jesse Bennett
- Ayako Hamada & Mika Akino vs. Mariko Yoshida & Reggie Bennett
- Hiromi Yagi vs. Mari Apache
- Aja Kong & Michiko Ohmukai vs. Mikiko Futagami & Rie Tamada
- Yumi Fukawa vs. Fabi Apache
- Michiko Ohmukai & Mika Akino vs. Rie Tamada & Hiromi Yagi
- Mariko Yoshida vs. Mari Apache
- Aja Kong & Yumi Fukawa vs. Mikiko Futagami & Reggie Bennett
- Mika Akino vs. Fabi Apache
- Aja Kong, Yumi Fukawa & Ayako Hamada vs. Reggie Bennett, Mikiko Futagami & Rie Tamada
- Michiko Ohmukai vs. Hiromi Yagi
- Mariko Yoshida vs. Fabi Apache
- Mika Akino vs. Mari Apache
February 6, Chiba:
- Mariko Yoshida & Mika Akino vs. Aja Kong & Reggie Bennett
- Rie Tamada vs. Mari Apache
- Yumi Fukawa & Ayako Hamada vs. Mikiko Futagami & Michiko Ohmukai
- Michiko Ohmukai vs. Fabi Apache
- Mariko Yoshida & Mikiko Futagami vs. Aja Kong & Reggie Bennett
- Michiko Ohmukai vs. Yumi Fukawa
- Ayako Hamada & ? vs. Fabi & Mari Apache
- Rie Tamada vs. Reggie Bennett.
January 19 Update
- JWP have released the lineups for several upcoming shows. January 25 will see Devil Masami & Tomoko Miyaguchi vs. Commando Bolshoi & Rieko Amano; Tomoko Kuzumi vs. Kanako Motoya; Hikari Fukuoka & Kayoko Haruyama vs. Yuki Lee & Yasuko Kuragaki. January 30 has Devil Masami & Kanako Motoya vs. Hikari Fukuoka & Tomoko Miyaguchi; Commando Bolshoi & Rieko Amano vs. Kayoko Haruyama & Erika Watanabe. January 31 has Commando Bolshoi & Rieko Amano vs. Devil Masami & Chikako Shiratori and Hikari Fukuoka & Yasuko Kuragaki vs. Kanako Motoya & Tomiko Sai.
- Jd' have released the lineup for their Korakuen Hall show on January 24. In the main event, Kyoko Inoue of Neo Japan Ladies defends her TWF World Title against the woman she won it from in August 1998, former champion Lioness Asuka. Also Sumie Sakai defends the Jd' Junior title against Megumi Yabushita, The Bloody and an unannounced partner will battle Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima of the Oz Academy. On the undercard, Yuko Kosugi gets a re-match with Shark Tsuchiya as well as Cooga and Yuki Miyazaki vs. Crusher Maedomari and Ryuna.
- Mariko Yoshida retained the Queen of ARSION title against rookie Mika Akino on January 18. Her next defence comes on February 17 against co-holder of the Twin Star of ARSION, Hiromi Yagi.
- Women's shows in January include JWP on January 25, 30 and 31 and All Japan Womens on January 23 and Jan 26 in Chiba. In February, GAEA run on Feb 3, JD' on Feb 6, All Japan Womens on Feb 8, 11 at Korakuen, 15 and 21 in Chiba, 26 and 27. JWP are at Osaka IMP Hall on Feb 14, Feb 19 in Chiba and also have shows on February 20, 24 and 28. The Oz Academy have a show on February 28 in Kanegawa.
- Also JWP are at Kyoto KBS Hall on March 20, and Tokyo Korakuen Hall on March 28, April 29, May 30, June 13, August 8, September 23, October 17, November 29 and December 23.