Matsuri is a girl like all the other high school girls. She likes boys, especially one called Wataru, but he hardly notices her even though she watches him like a crazy gal. “Tough girls aren’t my type,” he once said, and now even three street guys call her a tough chick?! Nothing too good to say to the wrestling Princess. Being this kind of princess is nothing to be proud of for Matsuri so it’s a secret that she keeps from her school mates, because it’s her father who wants to make her a wrestler…but what will happen when she’s discovered fighting those three guys by Arata, the bad boy who can even “fight cows”? Discover it and keep track of Matsuri Special!
I’ll admit that if it weren’t for Yoko Kamio I wouldn’t be interested with the plot. I thought it was weird because it’s about pro-wrestling. I’ve read sports manga before but nothing related to pro-wrestling. After getting through volume two I was already sucked into finishing every single page. In short, it got really interesting and I didn’t mind if it’s about pro wrestling at all. It’s still shoujo, and the shoujo elements remain.
Hanyuu Matsuri and Tsukushi Makino have a lot in common. After reading this I concluded that Yoko Kamio is so fond of kickass chicks who know how to take care of themselves.