Ringbelles Roundup (8/16/17) – Update on Io’s journey to WWE, 5*Star Grand Prix blocks and matches revealed, Zeuxis wins a title, Standings AAW’s title tourney, ROAR, WWR’s show this Sunday & way more

Despite losing out on a contract with the biggest company in the world, Io Shirai has regained a title for the sixth time along with understudy, HZK and Viper – World Wonder Ring STARDOM ©

When we last left off, we were in a speculatory mood on whether or not Io Shirai had officially signed with WWE or if she was still exploring options in her Japanese career. It’s finally coming out and been written in print by Dave Meltzer himself, that the company has rescinded their contract offer to Shirai and that’s the reason she’s returned to World Wonder Ring STARDOM. Shirai’s neck injury, which we talked about in full-depth here, is one of the biggest reasons that the company decided against continuing the contract negotiations, despite it being discovered through their medical testing in Pittsburgh. The company has taken a safer approach when it comes to hiring talent, especially those already injured and Shirai with a bad neck that could potentially become a career-ending situation under WWE’s watch, is not what they wanted. Shirai completed rehab and was medically cleared by doctors ahead of her return to the ring, but that wasn’t enough for the corporation to go forward with the signing.

Io’s situation is a harsh reality of what could potentially happen to any competitor in the process of getting picked up by the global company. I questioned the true severity of her injury and so did others and would a few weeks of rehabilitation be enough to prevent this neck injury from becoming a nagging lifelong handicap. We do however know what’s not going on and what is going on and what’s going on is that Shirai stepped foot back in the ring on Sunday and captured the Artist Of STARDOM Championship alongside Viper and HZK. The title win marked Viper’s first championship acquisition in Japan and it’s immediately after joining Shirai’s Queen’s Quest. Io is the only competitor to have held the Artist Of STARDOM Titles on six separate occasions, while HZK is tied with former champion, Kairi Hojo with four reigns that all happened this year at Shirai’s side. Perhaps taking Io up on her offer and joining the stable was the best decision for Viper, as she’s already won a championship in a matter of weeks.

Also on Sunday, Shanna dropped the High Speed Championship to Mari Apache in her first title defense. Apache won the match after landing the Swanton Bomb on the Portuguese competitor to become the fifteenth champion overall in the belt’s lineage. In addition, the title victory has given Apache her third singles championship of her career that began back in 1996. It’s also Mari’s most recent singles title win, as her reign as AAA Reina de Reinas Champion back in 2010 marks her last and before that, she defeated inaugural titleholder, Chaparita Asari for the Sky High Of ARSION Championship in 2000 – a whole decade in between.

Mari Apache captured the High Speed Championship in Shanna’s first defense of the belt on Sunday. Apache’s daughter, Natsumi (left) and her son came in congratulated their mother on the win. Apache has reportedly moved her family over to Japan in order for Natsumi to train with STARDOM – @kmaxjapan ©

Mari has won other championships – she’s a former two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion alongside her father, Gran Apache and Halloween and she’s even held AAA’s trios belts with her father and sister, Faby Apache earlier this year. Mari’s daughter, Natsumi has signed on with the sought after Japanese promotion to jumpstart her career in professional wrestling. Toni Storm picked up another successful title defense of the SWA Undisputed World Women’s strap, her tenth to be accurate. She beat Xia Brookside with the Strong Zero before reaching the eight-minute mark. There were four championship matches in total on Sunday’s card at Korakuen Hall and Mayu Iwatani’s matchup against Kagetsu closed the show. Iwatani successfully retained the red belt by defeating the de facto leader of Oedo Tai with the Dragon Suplex Hold.

Beginning this Saturday at Shinkiba 1st RING through September, the promotion’s prime focus is determining the winner of the 2017 5*Star Grand Prix. The official lineups for the upcoming shows and matches per block have been revealed. The entire roster has already been split up into two blocks, Red or Blue and will go onto fight competitors within their respective block with one goal in mind. The competitor with the most victories, whether it be through pinfall or submission, wins their block and will go onto to face the winner of the other block in the finals at Korakuen Hall on September 18th. Like every year since its inception in 2012, the finalist of the 2017 5*Star Grand Prix will be given a guaranteed shot at challenging Iwatani for the World of STARDOM Championship at some point. Everything is listed below…

August 19: (Tokyo, Japan)
Red Block: Yoko Bito vs Hana Kimura; Kris Wolf vs Xia Brookside; Kagetsu vs Hiromi Mimura; Mayu Iwatani vs Viper
Blue Block: Io Shirai vs Mandy Leon; HZK vs Tam Nakano; Konami vs Kay Lee Ray; Jungle Kyona vs Toni Storm

August 20: (Tokyo, Japan)
Red Block: Mayu Iwatani vs Hana Kimura; Yoko Bito vs Kagetsu; Hiromi Mimura vs Kris Wolf
Blue Block: Io Shirai vs Toni Storm; HZK vs Konami; Kay Lee Ray vs Tam Nakano; Jungle Kyona vs Mandy Leon

Like champions of the past, Toni Storm and Mayu Iwatani will both be competing in the 5*Star Grand Prix – @kmaxjapan ©

August 26: (Osaka, Japan)
Red Block: Kagetsu vs Xia Brookside; Viper vs Kris Wolf; Hiromi Mimura vs Hana Kimura; Mayu Iwatani vs Yoko Bito
Blue Block: Io Shirai vs Jungle Kyona; HZK vs Toni Storm

August 27: (Hamamatsu, Japan)
Red Block: Kagetsu vs Viper; Hana Kimura vs Xia Brookside; Yoko Bito vs Hiromi Mimura
Blue Block: Konami vs Toni Storm; HZK vs Kay Lee Ray

September 2: (Yokohama, Japan)
Red Block: Hiromi Mimura vs Mayu Iwatani; Viper vs Xia Brookside
Blue Block: Toni Storm vs Mandy Leon; Io Shirai vs Kay Lee Ray; Konami vs Tam Nakano;

September 3: (Niigata, Japan)
Red Block: Mayu Iwatani vs Kris Wolf; Yoko Bito vs Xia Brookside
Blue Block: Konami vs Io Shirai; Toni Storm vs Tam Nakano; HZK vs Mandy Leon; Jungle Kyona vs Kay Lee Ray

September 10: (Tokyo, Japan)
Red Block: Mayu Iwatani vs Xia Brookside; Viper vs Hiromi Mimura; Yoko Bito vs Kris Wolf; Kagetsu vs Hana Kimura
Blue Block: Kay Lee Ray vs Mandy Leon; Io Shirai vs Tam Nakano; Jungle Kyona vs HZK

September 16: (Takaoka, Japan)
Red Block: Kagetsu vs Kris Wolf; Hana Kimura vs Viper
Blue Block: Jungle Kyona vs Konami; Mandy Leon vs Tam Nakano

September 18: (Tokyo, Japan)
Red Block: Mayu Iwatani vs Kagetsu; Viper vs Yoko Bito; Hiromi Mimura vs Xia Brookside; Hana Kimura vs Kris Wolf
Blue Block: Io Shirai vs HZK; Konami vs Mandy Leon; Toni Storm vs Kay Lee Ray; Jungle Kyona vs Tam Nakano; Winner of Red Block vs Winner of Blue Block


Ivelisse and Jessicka Havok are the first two competitors to advance in the brackets for the newborn AAW Women’s Championship.

The brackets in the AAW Women’s Championship tournament – AAW ©

The two defeated their respective opponents, Leah Vaughan and Samantha Heights at the promotion’s Saturday night event in LaSalle almost two weekends ago in the first set of qualifying matches. The tournament was intended for eight women to be competing for the championship, but it was maximized with a matter of hours to twelve. It’s been announced that the second set of first round matchups will be taking place at AAW’s return to LaSalle on October 7th, as Candice LeRae goes up against Britt Baker, making it the second time the two competitors have fought since working Absolute Intense Wrestling’s “Bloodsport” last September. Rachael Ellering will be taking on Allysin Kay and it’s actually going to be a first-time encounter between the two on the indies, aside from Ellering working against the current Unified GFW Knockouts Champion at a television taping earlier this year, which she lost.

The third and final set of first round qualifiers were already announced and scheduled for AAW’s date in Berwyn on November 3rd, a week ahead of the next lineup of SHIMMER tapings. Delilah Doom and Veda Scott will be going at it in their first matchup since tussling over the XX Division Championship in Austin almost two years ago. Su Yung and Kylie Rae will face off in their respective debuts for the promotion and it appears that this will be a first-time matchup between the competitors. The winner of LeRae-Baker will face off against Havok in the second round, as the winner of Doom-Scott will go up against Ivelisse. The winners of Kay-Ellering and Yung-Rae will go onto face each other in the second round and from there, the victors of that round will go onto meet in a triple threat match to determine the inaugural AAW Women’s Champion at a succeeding date.

It was previously announced that Atlanta’s own, ROAR Women’s Pro Wrestling would be making its debut at the Opera Night Club on Monday, August 28th. The working sister promotion to Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment had already dropped a fistful of names a month ahead of the show, announcing the return of Mickie Knuckles, the debuts of Leva Bates and Thunder Rosa and even their own homegrown talent like Kiera Hogan, Kamilla Kane and more. The promotion has begun announcing matches for the show and most of these are happening for the first time.

First up, Thunder Rosa will be taking on a woman that has been dubbed the female version of Lio Rush in Lacey Lane. Isla Dawn, who’s currently based in the Orlando area until October, will be taking on former SHINE Champion Ivelisse. The second tier champion in SHINE Wrestling will also be in action, as she, Priscilla Kelly goes up against Leva Bates. Kiera Hogan will be going up against Mickie Knuckles, however, this won’t be the first time these two competitors have clashed though, as they have faced each other multiple times over the last year.

Some things that happened over the weekend and this week…

Charli Evan’s debut in the U.K didn’t go as planned – Roger Alarcon ©

Leah Owens is now the newest number one contender to the EVE Championship after defeating Charli Evans, Nina Samuels and Kay Lee Ray in the main event of Saturday’s show in London. All four competitors had won their matches on the card, including Samuels besting Ragdoll in a She-1 qualifier in her first match since breaking her foot a few weeks ago. Kay Lee Ray also won her qualifying match up, she defeated The Alpha Female to advance onto the next portion of the tournament along with Samuels, Charlie Morgan, Sammii Jayne, Laura Di Matteo, Jetta and Emi Sakura; on top of that, there’s still a qualifier that will be decided on September 9th when Nicole Matthews takes on Christina Von Eerie inside the Canadian border. Owens’ title match has been announced for Pro Westling: EVE’s show on September 8th, when she challenges Jayne for the championship…

Command Bolshoi’s new promotion, PURE-J held its debut show on Friday in front of 1,041 spectators in attendance at Korakuen Hall. The show featured a jam-packed card and was headlined by the first-singles matchup between Meiko Satomura and Hanako Nakamori. Satomura picked up the win and defeated the final JWP Openweight Champion via a Death Valley Bomb. Also coming out of the show – Konami has made her pitch to be entered in the tournament to crown the promotion’s first champion…

Zeuxis is the brand-spanking new REINA-CMLL International Champion after beating Marcela for the vacant title belt on Monday. The international strap was declared vacant once the current champion, Heidi Katrina was stripped of the belt due to changes in the ownership of the Japanese promotion. However, this is not the first time REINA has undergone drastic changes under new leadership; this promotion has been rebranded and renamed several times over the last six years it’s been operating. There’s little information on the exact changes in ownership of REINA Joshi Pro at this time – former World Women’s Champion, Syuri has been the sole owner of the promotion since 2014. Syuri’s current endeavors of preparing for her UFC debut in September could have caused interference with the running of the promotion and its working relationship with CMLL. The former champion, Heidi Katrina held onto the title for over 300-days, 315-days to be exact. She racked up eight title defenses during her reign, defeating the likes of Cat Power, Kat Von Heez, Rosemary and Sonoko Kato before she was abruptly stripped of the championship earlier this month.

Zeuxis won the vacant REINA-CMLL International Championship on Monday, besting current CMLL World Women’s Champion, Marcela for the title – @SinLimiteDT ©

To her defense, Katrina’s last title defense happened back in January when she successfully defended the championship against Thunderkitty in Melvindale, Michigan – for whatever reason, the promotion and CMLL sought to not bring Katrina back in to defend the championship on Japanese soil or even receive a tour of Mexico like previous titleholders. She’s instead been working for promotions like SENDAI Girls, DDT and Pro Wrestling WAVE in the meantime, while the two companies were planning to crown a new champion. Back on August 6th, a cibernetico was held at Arena Mexico, as Marcela and Zeuxis defeated Princesa Sugehit, Skadi, Dalys, Lady Maravilla, La Comandante, La Seductora and Amapola in the matchup and earned an opportunity to fight in the deciding match for the vacant championship. Though she has yet to win the REINA World Women’s Title, Zeuxis has held every championship in REINA, including the International Junior Heavyweight Title and is a former three-time REINAxWorld Tag Team Champion and has re-won the straps twice after the relationship with the Mexican promotion kicked off and renamed the belts. Zeuxis tried to regain the Mexican National Women’s Title for a second time on Monday but was defeated by the current champion, Princesa Sugehit. The matchup was officially made after the two competitors squared off in a trios match on Friday and Zeuxis picked up the win for her team after tugging at Sugehit’s mask. It was first reported that a Mask match could be on the brink for the two luchadors, but no announcement has been made. Zeuxis will be heading back to Japan in October to defend the championship.


The Twisted Sisters have vacated the Sabotage Titles…

Sabotage Wrestling will be crowning new World Tag Team Champions at their October 13th event in Austin, Texas. The belts were relinquished earlier this month by Thunder Rosa and Holidead, citing that they would be unable to fulfill their obligations of defending the titles due to being booking elsewhere over the next couple of months. The promotion has announced the new titleholders will be decided at “She’s On It” as part of a Weird City Warfare II match that consists of a multi-woman battle royal, with every competitor fighting for herself. The final two competitors left standing in the ring will be crowned the new Sabotage World Tag Team Champions.

The promotion has already announced the eight names that will be competing in the matchup including debuts by competitors working a Sabotage show for the very first time like Nikki Knight, Machiko, and Ivory Robyn, who won the ROW Diamonds Divison Championship on Saturday. Baby D, the current MSWA Women’s Champion, Phoebe, Divinity, Skylar Slice and her sister, Killista Deva are the other six competitors in the matchup. In addition, the promotion has announced the debuts of other competitors not involved in the title match, as Leva Bates, Hyaneyoung, Kylie Rae, Vanity and Taeler Hendrix will apart of the event in Austin. Delilah Doom’s fourth defense of the Sabotage Championship has also been added to the “She’s On It” lineup, though her opponent is still to be announced in the weeks leading up to the show.

What’s going on this weekend on the indies and beyond…

NOVA Pro Wrestling will be closing out the summer with their show on Friday in Annandale, Virginia. In case you haven’t heard, it’s going to be headlined by a big matchup that sees Keith Lee getting brought in as the problem solver to handle the promoter’s ongoing issues with Angelus Layne and to collect a receipt for the vicious assault that occurred back in July, which is detailed here. Faye Jackson will also be in action in a tag team match, as she and Innocent Isaiah take on Veda Scott and “Chuck Taylor” and Allie Kat will be making her return against Brittany Blake… Also on Friday, Ashley Vox defends her Chaotic Women’s Championship against Alisha Edwards in Hanover, Massachusetts… Sonya Strong and Violette go one-on-one for House Of Glory’s show in Jamaica, New York… Marcela, Princesa Sugehit, and Sanely will be taking on La Metálica, Tiffany and Zeuxis for CMLL’s show in Mexico City…

West Coast promotion, Alternative Wrestling show will be hosting two showcases in Anaheim, California as part of the third-annual Hot Sauce Expo on Saturday and Sunday. So far only one match has been announced for Saturday’s show, and that’s Datura going up against Raze… Hiroyo Matsumoto’s latest defense of the Openweight Championship is set for this Sunday’s show at Korakuen Hall as she takes on Hikaru Shida. The matchup marks the first time Shida has challenged for the title in a one-on-one situation as her previous attempts at winning or becoming the number one contender to the belt were all multi-person matches. The championship match will also mark the first time she and Matsumoto have fought against each other in singles, with their last match taking place last March and before that, it was a two-years…

Girl Fight Wrestling will be holding a show in Hinton, Oklahoma on Saturday. No matches have been announced though there is a lineup of talent ranging from Mickie Knuckles, Katie Forbes, Skylar Slice, Phoebe and more… Britenay defends her prized New Zealand Women’s Championship against Candy Lee this Saturday in Auckland… Millie McKenzie defends the Ironfist Women’s Championship against Melanie Price in Hereford on Saturday… Keira, Mystique, Chik Tormenta, and Lady Maravilla will be traveling up to Kennedale, Texas for a CTLL Martinez event on Saturday, as all four will in action against Kylie Rae and Christi Jaynes… Due to sustaining an injury this past weekend, Madison Eagles will be withdrawing from her match up against Kellyanne this Saturday. The anticipation for this match has been built over the last several months with Eagles handpicking opponents for Kellyanne in a style of a gauntlet, which she’s been successful thus far. Melbourne Championship Wrestling has announced that the match will be rescheduled in the future – In the meantime, Kellyanne will be taking on Bea Priestley and Shazza McKenzie at “New Horizons”…

– Women’s Wrestling Revolution ©

On Sunday, Women’s Wrestling Revolution returns to Providence, Rhode Island for its final show at the Aurora, as the venue closes its doors at the tail end of October. Already announced is the first-ever, one-on-one collision between Deonna Purrazzo and Awesome Kong – which is one of the big selling points of this show. The other, is the first defense of the SHINE Nova Championship, as Priscilla Kelly puts the title on the line against Jordynne Grace. Kelly has an opportunity to successfully retain the title in its inaugural defense or hand Grace the win and become the second champion in the belt’s infant lineage. The promotion has announced two tag team matches; Taeler Hendrix and Alexxis Nevaeh will be teaming up again, this time they will be taking on the west coast duo of Thunder Rosa and Holidead otherwise known as the “Twisted Sisters.” Tasha Steelz and Karen Q will be going up against another set of sisters, as they battle Team Sea Stars’ Delmi Exo and Ashley Vox. What else was announced – Gabi Castrovinci will take on Sonya Strong and Davienne will be taking on Maria Manic. “Hot Scoop” Skylar, WIllow Nightingale, and Vanity will also be on the show.



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This weekend in Brooklyn, all three of the company’s women’s titles will be on the line, as Asuka defends the NXT Women’s strap against Ember Moon at Takeover on Saturday and the Smackdown and RAW Women’s Championships are contested for at SummerSlam on Sunday. Sasha Banks will be challenging Alexa Bliss for the red brand’s title after defeating Nia Jax in a number one contender’s match this past Monday. Bayley was set to challenge Bliss for the championship this Sunday, but a shoulder injury has forced her out of the match. Bayley has provided an update on her condition. She stated in an interview with PWInsider, that she’s started physical therapy and she’s been able to move it a little. She suffered a grade-two separation and currently doesn’t know when she will be able to return. Naomi will be defending her belt against Natalya… Kairi Sane was medically cleared to compete after sustaining a concussion during the tapings of the Mae Young Classic last month. Sane has since made her live event debut for NXT last week… Asuka has surpassed Rockin’ Robin’s reign as the longest Women’s Champion with over 500-days as NXT Women’s titleholder

Global Force Wrestling

Kiera Hogan and Hania are the two newest competitors signed by the company. Hogan is a current stand out on the indies and is the current WSU Spirit Champion, while also competing for promotions like SHINE Wrestling and Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment. Hania has slowed down in terms of taking bookings in the last two years. Like Kiera, Hania was a standout performer on the indies, worked a ton promotions and was apart of many Women of Honor matches in the beginning. Her most recent work has been two appearances on the west coast for Alternative Wrestling Show and Quintessential Pro

North America

Raze picked up her first title defense as the FIST Combat Champion on Friday, as she defeated Ray Rosas to retain the belt… Another matchup has been added to Inspire Pro’s “A Hero Never Dies” lineup on September 3rd. Kylie Rae will be battling Vanessa Kraven… Tessa Blanchard defends the Remix Pro Fury Championship against Britt Baker on September 16th in Marietta, Ohio… Black Label Pro has announced that Leva Bates will be wrestling in the first round of the Darkest Timeline Championship tournament, kicking off on September 23rd in Crown Point, Indiana. Bates will be taking on Rory Gulak, GPA, Dominic Garrini and Chase Oliver. The promotion has previously announced that Nicole Savoy and Jordynne Grace will be involved in the second phase of the tournament on October 21st… Candy Cartwright goes up against Nikki Addams for ECWA on August 26th… The first round matches for the 2017 King Of Trios have been announced by CHIKARA. The year-annual tournament and set of shows will be taking place in Wolverhampton this time around on September 1st-3rd. Last year’s winners, Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako and Cassandra Miyagi will be returning this year, as the “House of Sendai Girls” takes on Razerhawx, Slyverhawx, and Nytehawx, “House of XyberhawX.” Another matchup announced, is that Millie McKenzie will be teaming up with Kyle Fletcher and Omari as representatives of Fight Club: PRO to take on Fire Ant, Colo Darling and Travis Huckerbee, known as the “House Furies”… As mentioned – Ivory Robyn regained the ROW Diamonds Division Title for a second time on Saturday after the belt was declared vacant due to the current champion, Kayla Lynn not making the show. A battle royal was made at the request of Sharmell to crown the new champion, as Robyn defeated Laynie Luck, Taylor Gallagher, Delilah Doom, Australia’s own Jessica Troy in her debut, Jen and former two-time champion, Kylie Rae. Back in August of 2015, Ivory Robyn defeated Athena and Miranda Salinas for the championship and went onto become the longest reigning titleholder in the belt’s lineage with 224-days. However, her run with the championship was ended after three successful title defenses last March, when Kylie Rae unseated her of the belt and even went onto break her record and became the longest tenured champion with 238-days… Laurel Van Ness and double champion Tessa Blanchard have been announced for WrestleCircus’ September 9th show… Nikki Addams picked up her sixth successful title defense of the WOW Women’s Championship on Saturday in New York City when she defeated Madison Rayne… Dulce Star, otherwise known as “Sexy Star” will be challenging J.Cres for the Anarchy Heavyweight Championship on August 27th… Two teams have been announced for WSU’s Queen and King Of the Ring tournament, happening on September 9th in Voorhees, New Jersey. Leva Bates will be partnering up with Greg Excellent and Veda Scott will be coming together with Jason Cade, as the duo known as “Pop Culture.” The show will also feature Mercedes Martinez defending the WSU Championship against Jordynne Grace, who’s currently undefeated… The CWF Women’s Title changed hands twice on one show on Saturday in Niagara Falls, as Beautiful Beaa dropped the championship to Jennifer Blake. Blake would also lose the belt in her first title defense, as Tessa Blanchard is now a titleholder of six championships in total… Roni Nicole retained the GOUGE Ladies Title against Natalina Corvino on Sunday in Raleigh, North Carolina… Penelope Ford’s opponent for Canuck Pro’s show in Calgary on November 17th has been officially announced. Ford will be taking on Rachael Ellering


Kaho Kobayashi (left) and Hiroe Nagahama(left) have their first title defense as the new WAVE Tag Team Champions set and it will be against Rina Yamashita and Natsu Sumire (right) – @hahaaaanmax ©

Emi Sakura and Masa Takanashi retained the Asian Dream Tag Team Titles against Kaori Yoneyama and Madoka on Friday… Speaking of Sakura, it was announced by her promotion, Gatoh Move that there will be new titles, called the Super Asia Championship due to Sakura vacating the IWA Triple Crown Title and returned the belt back to IWA Japan. The tournament got started on Sunday’s show in Tokyo, as Kotori, Riho, and Aasa Maika has made it to the second round. Aoi Kizuki was given a “bye” and will face Riho in the semi finals this Saturday… Cherry and Kaori Yoneyama lost the WAVE Tag Team Championships in their first title defense on Saturday, as Hiroe Nagahama and Kaho Kobayashi defeated them for the belts. The new champions’ already have an official date and opponents announced for their first matchup. They will be defending the straps against Natsu Sumire and Rina Yamashita on August 30th at Shinjuku FACE. Yamashita also had a title defense set for Saturday’s show in Tokyo. She retained the Regina di WAVE Championship against Yoshiko via the Lariat in the matchup ahead of the show’s main event. Yumi Ohka and ASUKA closed out the show at the Ota Ward Gymnasium, with the rookie picking up the win over the veteran with the Shooting Star Press… SEAdLINNG’s Ultra U-7 Tournament got underway at Friday’s show at the Yokohama Radiant Hall. Sareee, Takumi Iroha, Mio Momono and Yoshiko won their first round matchups and are heading into the semi finals, which take place at Korakuen Hall on August 24th. Sareee will be battling Iroha and Yoshiko will go up against Momono. A singles match was announced for the promotion’s September 18th show, as Nanae Takahashi and Tsukasa Fujimoto face off in their first one-on-one matchup in over seven years… Ice Ribbon has announced another matchup for their August 30th event at Korakuen Hall, which is already headlined by the championship match between Risa Sera and Maya Yukihi. Akane Fujita will be taking on KAORU in a hardcore match days ahead of Fujita’s debut and one-month excursion in the U.S


“Session Moth” Martina successfully retained the OTT Women’s Championship against Ayesha Ray on Saturday to pick up her first title defense since unseating Katey Harvey of the belt last weekend… Lizzy Styles also picked up another title defense on Saturday. She retained the TCW Women’s Championship against Laura Di Matteo in Leeds… British Empire Wrestling has added more matches to their September 3rd card in London. Shanna will be taking on Kirsty Love and Jetta will be going against Little Miss Roxxy. Nina Samuels’ mystery partner for the tag team match against Thunder Rosa and Kaitlin Diemond has been revealed, and it’s Jamie Hayter. The promotion has also announced that Thunder Rosa will be wrestling for the AIWF International Women’s Championship, however, her opponent has not been confirmed yet… It’s been announced that Shanna will be taking Su Yung for Kamikaze Pro’s August 26th show in Great Barr, Birmingham… Shax, Nightshade, and Jasabel will be in action for Wrestle Midlands’ September 16th show in Sandwell… Kasey Owens’ planned title defense against Sammii Jayne was nixed due to Jayne suffering an injury ahead of Sunday’s show in Glasgow. Owens did defend her title, however, despite the promotion announcing a new opponent, Jamie Winters for the matchup. Owens defeated Winters via pinfall and was attacked by Little Miss Roxxy afterward; Roxxy has issued a challenge for Kasey’s ICW Women’s Championship and the match has been added to the September 17th show in Newcastle… Charlie Morgan did an interview with Pink News recently. She talked about officially coming out in the ring via promo, which you can see here and also the lack of representation in the business… Sierra Loxton defeated Eliza Roux to advance to the next round of the Pro Wrestling FOXES Championship Tournament on Saturday


Keira retained the Crash Women’s Title against Diosa Quetzal, Chik Tormenta, and La Magnifica on Friday in San Luis Potosí… It’s been reported that Doris Dörrie, a German filmmaker will be centering her upcoming picture around a family of Mexican luchadoras

Australia & New Zealand

F.E.W Mortar defeated Cierra to become the new NAW Women’s Champion on Saturday in Albion, Victoria… Kellyanne retained her HVW Women’s Title against Tarlee in Fawkner on Saturday. The rematch was sanctioned at Premier Pro Wrestling’s event that night, with the champion getting her foot on the bottom rope to break up Tarlee’s almost-winning pinfall. Kellyanne followed through with a cannonball in the corner for the victory… Katie Forbes’ official Australian debut has been announced for All Action Wrestling’s show on August 26th in Perth. Forbes’ opponent, Alex Lee will be making her return to the continent after spending the last five-years wrestling solely in Japan

Results (August 10th – August 16th)

August 10: The Crash (San Luis Potosí, Mexico) – Keira(c) d La Magnifica, Chik Tormenta & Diosa Quetzal

August 10: NXT Live (Bakersfield, CA) – Ember Moon d Nikki Cross; Ruby Riot & Sarah Logan d Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

August 10: NXT Live (St. Petersburg, FL) – Aliyah, Dakota Kai & Kairi Sane d Billie Kay, Peyton Royce & Shayna Baszler; Liv Morgan d Vanessa Borne

August 11: NXT Live (San Jose, CA) – Ruby Riot & Sarah Logan d Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville; Asuka (c) d Ember Moon

August 11: NXT Live (Jacksonville, FL) – Aliyah, Kairi Sane & Liv Morgan d Billie Kay, Peyton Royce & Shayna Baszler; Bianca Belair d Zeda

No one ever said fighting Yumiko Hotta was going to be an easy task – @hahaaaanmax ©

August 11: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan) – KAZUKI d MIKAMI; Meiko Satomura d Hanako Nakamori; Leon d Mariko Yoshida; Natsumi Maki & Alex Lee d Aoi Kizuki & Saori Anou; Command Bolshoi d Konami; Yumiko Hotta d Manami Katsu; Takako Inoue d Yako Fujigasaki; Hiroyo Matsumoto d Rydeen Hagane

August 11: I Believe In Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Kaci Lennox d Amber Nova

August 11: House Of Hardcore (Freehold, NJ) – Angelina Love d Katred

August 11: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dalys la Caribena, La Amapola & Zeuxis d Lady Maravilla, Princesa Sugehit & Silueta

August 11: Battle Club Pro (New York City, NY) – MJ Jenkins d Deonna Purrazzo

August 11: SEAdLINNNG (Kanagawa, Japan) – Sareee d Hirori; Takumi Iroha d Kyuri; Mima Shimoda & Arisa Nakajima d Nanae Takahashi & Tsukasa Fujimoto; Kaho Kobayashi vs. Mio Momono – Draw; Mio Momono d Kaho Kobayashi; Yoshiko d Rin Kadokura

August 11: FIST Combat (San Diego, CA) – Raze(c) d Ray Rosas

August 11: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Mitsuru Konno d Hirori; Yasu Urano d Sayaka Obihiro; Shanna d Kotori; SAKI d Aasa Maika; Aoi Kizuki d Riho; Emi Sakura(c) & Masa Takanashi(c) d Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka

August 11: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Amapola, Dalys & Zeuxis d Lady Maravilla, Princesa Sugehit & Silueta

August 11: Super Fireworks Dream Series (Kasama, Ibaraki) – Manami Toyota d Mochi Miyagi

August 12: Blue Water Championship Wrestling/ Xtreme Bombshells of Wrestling (Port Huron, MI) – Malia Hosaka d Cody Hawk; Moxie Mollie d Ingrid Isley

August 12: Tidal Championship Wrestling (Leeds, West Yorkshire) – Lizzy Styles(c) d Laura Di Matteo

August 12: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, Lancashire) – Lauren d Su Yung

August 12: C*4 Wrestling (Ottawa, Ontario) – Veda Scott d Alexia Nicole; Vanessa Kraven d Pat Guenette, Angie Skye, Cecil Nyx, Decker Lockhart, Dru Onyx, Marc Mercer, Mike Orlando & Ryan Donovan

August 12: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, Lancashire) – Iestyn Rees & Rhio defeated Matthew Brooks & Lauren

August 12: New Age Wrestling (Albion, Victoria) – Mortar d Cierra

August 12: Reality Of Wrestling (Texas City, TX) – Ivory Robyn d Kylie Rae, Laynie Luck, Taylor Gallagher, Jen, Delilah Doom & Jessica Troy

August 12: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Ota, Japan) – Rina Yamashita(c) d Yoshiko; Hiroe Nagahama & Kaho Kobayashi d Cherry(c) & Kaori Yoneyama(c); Hikaru Shida, Hana Kimura, Rin Kadokura & Mio Momono d Fairy Nipponbashi, Kyusei Sakura Hirota, Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii; Hikaru Shida, Hana Kimura, Rin Kadokura & Mio Momono d Fairy Nipponbashi, Kyusei Sakura Hirota, Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii; Hikaru Shida, Hana Kimura, Rin Kadokura & Mio Momono d Fairy Nipponbashi, Kyusei Sakura Hirota, Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii; Mika Iida & Yuki Miyazaki d Nagisa Nozaki & Aoi Kizuki; Sumire Natsu d Moeka Haruhi; GAMI & Chigusa Nagayo vs Dump Matsumoto & ZAP-T – Draw; Ayako Hamada, Meiko Satomura & Nanae Takahashi d Chihiro Hashimoto, Takumi Iroha & Satsuki Totoro; Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami d Tsukasa Fujimoto & Arisa Nakajima; GAMI d Chigusa Nagayo; ASUKA d Yumi Ohka

August 12: PROGRESS (New York CIty, NY) – Deonna Purrazzo & Jinny d Dahlia Black & Dakota Kai

August 12: Warriors of Wrestling (Staten Island, NY) – Nikki Addams(c) d Madison Rayne

August 12: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Mizuki d Marika Kobashi; Shoko Nakajima d Nodoka-Oneesan; Maho Kurone & Rika Tatsumi d Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko; Yuu d Yuna Manase; Miyu Yamashita & Yuka Sakazaki d Maki Ito & Reika Saiki

August 12: APEX Pro Wrestling (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire) – Jayde d Lana Austin

August 12: Viral Pro Wrestling (Thomson, GA) – Kiera Hogan & Owen Knight d Lenny Stratton & Nicole Pain

August 12: Canadian Wrestling’s Elite (Regina, Saskatchewan) – Kelly Klein d Jordynne Grace

Kay Lee Ray and Alpha Female’s matchup at Pro Wrestling: EVE’s show on Saturday got brought into the streets of London – Roger Alarcon ©

August 12: WWE Live (Augusta, ME) – Dana Brooke, Mickie James & Sasha Banks d Alexa Bliss, Emma & Nia Jax

August 12: German Hurricane Wrestling (Hattersheim, Hessen) – Nicky Foxley d Jade & Kara

August 12: Premier Pro Wrestling (Fawkner, Victoria) – Kellyanne(c) d Tarlee

August 12: German Wrestling Federation (Berlin, Germany) – Martina(c) d Ayesha Ray

August 12: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, Greater London) – Kay Lee Ray d Alpha Female; Nina Samuels d Ragdoll; Charli Evans d Erin Angel; Leah Owens d Jetta; Livvii Grace d Jokey; Candyfloss d Chakara; Leah Owens d Charli Evans, Kay Lee Ray & Nina Samuels

August 12: Canadian Wrestling Federation (Niagara Falls, Ontario) – Jennifer Blake d Beautiful Beaa (c); Tessa Blanchard d Jennifer Blake (c)

August 12: Body Progression Pro Wrestling (Tulsa, OK) – Erica d The Shooting Star

August 12: NXT Live (Sacramento, CA) – Asuka (c) d Ember Moon & Nikki Cross; Ruby Riot & Sarah Logan d Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

August 12: Wrestle Rampage Australia (Woodville, South Australia) – Joanie May d Chanel Phoenix

August 12: NXT Live (Venice, FL) – Shayna Baszler d Taynara Conti; Shayna Baszler d Zeda; Kairi Hojo & Lacey Evans d Billie Kay & Peyton Royce

August 12: CWF Mid-Atlantic (Gibsonville, NC) – Aspyn Rose d Kaci Lennox

August 12: Ultimate Pro Wrestling (Wincanton, Somerset) – Connie Steele d Little Miss Roxxy

August 12: HOPE Wrestling (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Sierra Loxton d Eliza Roux

August 12: Professional Championship Wrestling (Ferntree Gully, Victoria) – Chris Trance & Indi Hartwell d Aysha & Ross Winter

August 12: WWE Live (Tampa, FL) – Becky Lynch, Liv Morgan & Naomi d Carmella, Lana, Natalya & Tamina

August 12: H20 Wrestling (Blackwood, NJ) – Maria Manic d Willow Nightingale; Matt Tremont vs Amy Lee – Draw; Amy Lee & Matt Tremont d Terra Callaway & Jeff Cannonball; Jeff Cannonball d Terra Callaway

August 12: Fighting Evolution Wrestling (Coral Springs, FL) – Lea Nox d Red Velvet

Mia Yim, dressed as “Shayna Baszler” and Leva Bates as “Ronda Rousey” defeated Roxy Rouge and AMber Nova in a No Disqualification match on Saturday – Atomic Wrestling Entertainment ©

August 12: Atomic Wrestling Entertainment (Cocoa, FL) – Mia Yim & Leva Bates d Roxy Rouge & Amber Nova

August 13: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Mayu Iwatani(c) d Kagetsu; Hanan d AZM & Ruaka; Tam Nakano d Natsuko Tora; Hana Kimura & Kris Wolf d Yoko Bito & Konami, Hiromi Mimura & Gabby Ortiz & Shiki Shibusawa & Starlight Kid; Toni Storm(c) d Xia Brookside; Mari Apache d Shanna(c); Io Shirai, Viper & HZK d Hiroyo Matsumoto(c), Jungle Kyona(c) & Kaori Yoneyama(c)

August 13: DDT (Tokyo, Japan) – Saori Anou d HARUKAZE

August 13: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Zeuxis d Marcela

August 13: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Maruko Nagasaki d Miyako Matsumoto; Satsuki Totoro & Tequila Saya d Nao DATE & Nori DATE; Maika Ozaki d Kyuri; Maya Yukihi d Akane Fujita; Hana DATE, Hiragi Kurumi, Risa Sera & Tsukasa Fujimoto d Hamuko Hoshi, Karen DATE, Manami Toyota & Mochi Miyagi

August 13: Alpha-1 Wrestling (Oshawa, Ontario) – Beautiful Beaa d Veda Scott

August 13: House Of Pain (La Puente, CA) – Sage Sin d GG Raven, Heather Monroe & Ray Lyn

August 13: K-DOJO (Chiba, Japan) – Bambi d ERINA

August 13: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Aoi Kizuki vs DJ Nira – No Contest; Riho d SAKI; Kotori d Emi Sakura

August 13: Insane Championship Wrestling (Glasgow, Scotland) – Kasey Owens(c) d Jamie Winters

August 13: PROGRESS (Boston, MA) – Dakota Kai d Jinny & Deonna Purrazzo

August 13: Definitive Wrestling International (Ruskin, FL) – Kikyo Nakamura d Corey Kreese

August 13: GOUGE Wrestling (Raleigh, NC) – Roni Nicole(c) d Natalina Corvino

August 13: Modern Vintage Wrestling (Fayetteville, NC) – Aspyn Rose d Kaci Lennox

August 13: CMLL (Puebla, Mexico) – Princesa Sugehit (c) d Zeuxis

August 14: WWE Live (Springfield, MA) – Naomi(c) d Becky Lynch, Carmella, Natalya & Tamina

August 14: Canadian Wrestling’s Elite (Moosomin, Saskatechwan) – Jordynne Grace d Kelly Klein

August 14: CMLL (Puebla, Mexico) – Princesa Sugehit (c) d Zeuxis

August 14: Monday Night RAW (Boston, MA) – Sasha Banks d Nia Jax; Mickie James d Emma

August 15: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Yuhi vs. Ibuki Hoshi – Draw; Nao DATE vs. Tequila Saya – Draw; Uno Matsuya & Maruko Nagasaki d Satsuki Totoro & Kyuri; Hamuko Hoshi & Karen DATE d Maika Ozaki & Risa Sera

August 15: Canadian Wrestling’s Elite (Virden, Manitoba) – Kelly Klein d Jordynne Grace

August 15: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Uno Matsuya vs. Yuhi – Draw; Miyako Matsumoto vs. Hana DATE – No Contest; Hamuko Hoshi & Kyuri d Mochi Miyagi & Nori DATE; Tsukasa Fujimoto & Maya Yukihi d Akane Fujita & Maruko Nagasaki

August 15: Canadian Wrestling’s Elite (Virden, Manitoba) – Kelly Klein d Jordynne Grace

August 15: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Tequila Saya vs. Yuhi – Draw; Tsukasa Fujimoto & Maruko Nagasaki d Kyuri, Nori DATE & Maika Ozaki & Karen DATE; Satsuki Totoro d Ibuki Hoshi; Miyako Matsumoto d Nao DATE & Hana DATE; Maya Yukihi, Risa Sera d Mochi Miyagi & Akane Fujita

Upcoming (August 17th – December 16th)

August 17: Bar Wrestling (Baldwin Park, CA) – Shotzi Blackheart; Candice LeRae; Heather Monroe; Laura James; Taya Valkyrie

August 18: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA) – Faye Jackson & Innocent Isaiah vs Veda Scott & Chuck Taylor; Angelus Layne vs Keith Lee; Allie Kat vs Brittany Blake

August 18: House of Glory (Jamaica, NY) – Sonya Strong vs Violette

August 18: Chaotic Wrestling (Hanover, MA) – Ashley Vox(c) vs Alisha Edwards

August 18: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Marcela, Princesa Sugehit & Sanely vs La Metálica, Tiffany & Zeuxis

August 19: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Mayu Iwatani vs Viper; Yoko Bito vs Hana Kimura; Kris Wolf vs Xia Brookside; Kagetsu vs Hiromi Mimura; Io Shirai vs Mandy Leon; Jungle Kyona vs Toni Storm; HZK vs Tam Nakano; Konami vs Kay Lee Ray

August 19: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Riho vs Aoi Kizuki

August 19: Shropshire Wrestling Alliance (Telford, Shropshire) – Jayde vs Kat Von Kaige

August 19: Hunter Valley Wrestling (Warragamba, New South Wales) – Tarlee vs Mortar

August 19: Girl Fight Wrestling (Hinton, OK) – Katie Forbes; Killista Deva; Skylar Slice; Machiko; Nikki Knight; Hyaneyoung; Mickie Knuckles; Phoebe

August 19: CTLL Martinez (Kennedale, TX) – Chik Tormenta vs Keira vs Christi Jaynes vs Mystique vs Lady Maravilla vs Kylie Rae

August 19: Melbourne City Wrestling (Carlton, Victoria) – Kellyanne vs Shazza McKenzie vs Bea Priestley

August 19: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan)

August 19: Reckless Intent Wrestling (Glasglow, Scotland) – Rob Mills & Ayesha Raymond vs Eric Canyon & Kirsty Love

August 19: Alternative Wrestling Show (Anaheim, CA) – Raze vs Datura

August 19: Impact Pro Wrestling NZ (Balmoral, Auckland) – Candy Lee vs Britenay(c)

August 19: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan)

– Ironfist Pro Wrestling©

August 19: Ironfist Pro Wrestling (Hereford, Herefordshire) – Millie McKenzie(c) vs Melanie Price

August 19: NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III (Brooklyn, NY) – Ember Moon vs Asuka(c)

August 20: Women’s Wrestling Revolution (Providence, RI) – Deonna Purrazzo vs Awesome Kong; Priscilla Kelly(c) vs Jordynne Grace; Taeler Hendrix & Alexis Nevaeh vs Thunder Rosa & Holidead; Vanity; Sonya Strong; Tasha Steelz & Karen Q vs Delmi Exo & Ashley Vox; Davienne vs Maria Manic; Vanity; Willow Nightingale

August 20: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Mayu Iwatani vs Hana Kimura; Yoko Bito vs Kagetsu; Hiromi Mimura vs Kris Wolf; Io Shirai vs Toni Storm; HZK vs Konami; Kay Lee Ray vs Tam Nakano; Jungle Kyona vs Mandy Leon

August 20: Alternative Wrestling Show (Anaheim, CA)

August 20: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan)

August 20: SummerSlam (Brooklyn, NY) – Natalya vs Naomi(c); Sasha Banks vs Alexa Bliss(c)

August 20: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto(c) vs Hikaru Shida; Yoshiko vs Tsubasa Kuragaki; Mayumi Ozaki & Maya Yukihi vs Shoko Sekiguchi & Sonoko Kato

August 22: Girl Fight Wrestling (Jeffersonville, IN) – Mickie Knuckles; Holidead; Karen Q; Miss Monica; Savannah Evans; Samantha Heights

August 24: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Nanae Takahashi vs The Great Sasuke; Sareee vs Takumi Iroha; Mio Momono vs Yoshiko; Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami

August 26: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Mercedes Martinez & Priscilla Kelly vs Shotzi Blackheart & Britt Baker; Hudson Envy vs Peter Avalon

August 26: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan)

August 26: Kamikaze Pro Wrestling (Great Barr, Birmingham) – Shanna vs Su Yung

August 26: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan)

August 26: TripleMania (Mexico City, Mexico) – Lady Shani vs Sexy Star(c); Big Mami, Dinastía, Estrella Divina & Máscara de Bronce vs Hernandez, La Hiedra, Mamba & Mini Psycho Clown

August 26: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan)

August 26: East Coast Wrestling Association (Cape May County, NJ) – Candy Cartwright vs Nikki Addams

August 26: Marvelous (Tokyo, Japan)

August 26: Atomic Championship Wrestling (Stevens, PA) – LuFisto(c) vs Holidead; Angie Skye vs Pink Flash Kira(c); Tess Valentine vs Azaelle; Trixie Tash vs Rebecca Payne

August 26: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan) – Kotori vs Aasa Maika

August 26: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan) – Io Shirai vs Jungle Kyona; HZK vs Toni Storm; Kagetsu vs Xia Brookside; Viper vs Kris Wolf; Hiromi Mimura vs Hana Kimura; Mayu Iwatani vs Yoko Bito

August 26: All Action Wrestling (Claremont, Perth) – Katie Forbes vs Alex Lee

August 27: Sendai Girls (Miyagi, Japan)

August 27: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Risa Sera(c) vs Maya Yukihi; Akane Fujita vs KAORU

August 27: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Dulce Star vs J.C.r.e.s(c); Christi Jayne & Allie Kat vs Thomas & Tyler; Angel Blue; Ruthless Lala

August 27: STARDOM (Shizuoka, Japan) – Kagetsu vs Viper; Hana Kimura vs Xia Brookside; Yoko Bito vs Hiromi Mimura; Konami vs Toni Storm; HZK vs Kay Lee Ray

August 27: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan)

August 28: AWE’s ROAR Wrestling (Atlanta, GA) – Lacey Lane vs Thunder Rosa; Leva Bates vs Priscilla Kelly; Ivelisse vs Isla Dawn; Kiera Hogan vs Mickie Knuckles

August 29: Lucha Forever (Manchester, England) – Su Yung vs Alex Windsor vs Lana Austin vs Bea Priestley

August 29: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan)

August 30: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan)

August 30: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Hiroe Nagahama(c) & Kaho Kobayashi(c) vs Natsu Sumire & Rina Yamashita

September 1: CHIKARA (Wolverhampton, West Midlands) – DASH Chisako, Cassandra Miyagi & Meiko Satomura vs Sylverhawx, Razerhawx & Nytehawx; Omari, Kyle Fletcher & Millie McKenzie vs Fire Ant, Travis Huckerbee & Solo Darling

September 2: CHIKARA (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

September 2: STARDOM (Yokohama, Japan) – Toni Storm vs Mandy Leon; Konami vs Tam Nakano; Viper vs Xia Brookside; Io Shirai vs Kay Lee Ray; Hiromi Mimura vs Mayu Iwatani

September 2: The Wrestling League (Ipswich. Suffolk) – Candyfloss & TBA vs Harley Rae & TBA

September 2: Revolution Championship Wrestling (Barcelona, Spain) – Santana Garrett(c) vs Chelsea Green; Su Yung vs Kobra Moon; Hana Kimura vs Sammii Jayne; Thunder Rosa & Kagetsu vs Kasey Owens & Leah Owens; Killer Kelly vs Camille; Charlie Morgan; Dragonita; Debbie Sharpe

September 3: Revolution Championship Wrestling (, Spain) – Santana Garrett vs Sammii Jayne; Leah Owens vs Su Yung; Kagetsu, Hana Kimura & Dragonita vs Debbie Sharp, Camille & Killer Kelly

September 3: STARDOM (Niigata, Japan) – Mayu Iwatani vs Kris Wolf; Konami vs Io Shirai; Toni Storm vs Tam Nakano; HZK vs Mandy Leon; Jungle Kyona vs Kay Lee Ray; Yoko Bito vs Xia Brookside

September 3: British Empire Wrestling (Morden, London) – Kasey Owens(c) vs Laurel Van Ness; Jewells Malone vs Kat Von Kaige; Thunder Rosa & Kaitlin Diemond vs Nina Samuels & Jamie Hayter; Shanna vs Kirsty Love; Jetta vs Little Miss Roxxy

– Inspire Pro Wrestling©

September 3: Inspire Pro Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Delilah Doom, Davey Vega & Steve O Reno vs The Hearty Hearts & J. C Res; Vanessa Kraven vs Kylie Rae

September 3: CHIKARA (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

September 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London) – Leah Owens vs Sammii Jayne(c)

September 9: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ) – Mercedes Martinez(c) vs Jordynne Grace; Leva Bates & Greg Excellent vs TBA; Veda Scott & Jason Cade vs TBA

September 9: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX) – Tessa Blanchard(c); Laurel Van Ness

September 9: Defy Wrestling/ ECCW (Vancouver, British Columbia) – Nicole Matthews(c) vs Scotty Mac vs Adonis vs Shreddz

September 9: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, British Columbia) – Nicole Matthews vs Christina Von Eerie

September 10: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Bedford, Bedfordshire) – Kasey Owens vs Lana Austin

September 10: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Kay Lee Ray vs Mandy Leon; Io Shirai vs Tam Nakano; Jungle Kyona vs HZK; Mayu Iwatani vs Xia Brookside; Viper vs Hiromi Mimura; Yoko Bito vs Kris Wolf; Kagetsu vs Hana Kimura

September 15: RISE 4: Warriors Rise / BellaTrix (Norwich, England)

September 16: Wrestle Midlands (Sandwell, West Midlands) – Nightshade vs Shax vs Jasabel

September 16: Remix Pro Wrestling (Marietta, OH) – Britt Baker vs Tessa Blanchard(c); Alexia Nicole

September 16: STARDOM (Takaoka, Japan) – Kagetsu vs Kris Wolf; Mandy Leon vs Tam Nakano; Hana Kimura vs Viper; Jungle Kyona vs Konami

September 17: Insane Championship Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Kasey Owens(c) vs Little Miss Roxxy

September 18: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Mayu Iwatani vs Kagetsu; Viper vs Yoko Bito; Hiromi Mimura vs Xia Brookside; Io Shirai vs HZK; Konami vs Mandy Leon; Hana Kimura vs Kris Wolf; Toni Storm vs Kay Lee Ray; Jungle Kyona vs Tam Nakano

September 22: National Pro Wrestling League (Petaluma, CA) – Gisele Shaw vs Nicole Savoy; Taeler Hendrix; Shotzi Blackheart vs Alexia Nicole vs Samara; Holidead

September 22: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Fairfax, VA) – Mia Yim vs TBA

September 23: Black Label Pro (Crown Point, IN) – Leva Bates vs Rory Gulak vs Dominic Garrini vs Chase Oliver vs GPA

September 24: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan) – DASH Chisako & KAORU vs Alex Lee & Mika Shirahime; Chihiro Hashimoto(c) vs Meiko Satomura

September 29: Main Event Wrestling (Longbenton, North Tyneside) – Debbie Sharp & Sammii Jayne vs Gemini & Little Miss Roxxy

September 30: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Samara vs Deonna Purrazzo; Raze vs Nicole Savoy(c); Leva Bates & Renee Michelle vs Sage Sin & Buggy Nova

September 30: Pro Wrestling Syndicate (Metuchen, NJ) – Kelly Klein, Annie Social & Maria Manic vs Missy Sampson, Brittany Savage & Tai

September 30: 3 Count Wrestling (Northallerton, North Yorkshire) – Sammii Jayne vs Jetta

October 6: Big Time Wrestling (Fremont, CA) – Dementia D’Rose(c) vs Shotzi Blackheart

October 7: Warriors of Wrestling (Staten Island, NY) – Davienne vs Skylar; Taeler Hendrix vs Allie Recks; Aja Perera vs Vanity; Terra Calaway & Aria Cadenza vs C-Bunny & Willow Nightingale; Nyla Rosa vs Holidead; Nikki Addams(c) vs Jordynne Grace

October 13: AAW (LaSalle, IL) – Rachael Ellering vs Allysin Kay; Candice LeRae vshasBritt Baker

October 13: Sabotage Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Killista Deva vs Skylar Slice vs Ivory Robyn vs Machiko vs Baby D vs Phoebe vs Nikki Knight vs Divinity; Allie Kat; Taeler Hendrix; Leva Bates; Hyaneyoung; Kylie Rae; Delilah Doom(c) vs TBA; Shotzi Blackheart

October 15: Absolute Wrestling Entertainment (Hamilton, Ontario) – Beautiful Beaa vs Chelsea Green

October 21: Black Label Pro (Crown Point, IN) – Nicole Savoy; Jordynne Grace

October 27: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Manami Toyota vsitsSakura Hirota

October 28: Canuck Pro (Toronto, Ontario) – Session Moth Martina vs Joey Ryan

November 3: AAW (Berwyn, IL) – Delilah Doom vs Veda Scott; Su Yung vs Kylie Rae

November 10: RISE 5: Rising Sun (Berwyn, IL)

November 11: SHIMMER 96-97 (Berwyn, IL)

November 11: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

November 12: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

November 12: SHIMMER 98-99 (Berwyn, IL)

– Canuck Pro ©

November 17: Canuck Pro (Calgary, Alberta) – Chelsea Green vs Joey Ryan; Penelope Ford vs Rachael Ellering; Mia Yim vs Sumie Sakai

November 18: Canuck Pro (Calgary, Alberta) – Mia Yim vs Veda Scott vs Penelope Ford vs Taya Valkyrie vs Chelsea Green vs Sumie Sakai

November 24-26: WrestleCade (Winston Salem, NC)

November 26: Queens of Combat (Winston Salem, NC) – Su Yung(c) vs TBA; Brittany Blake; Maria Manic; Savannah Evans; Madi Maxx

November 26: Queens of Combat (Winston Salem, NC) – Su Yung(c) vs TBA; Brittany Blake; Maria Manic; Savannah Evans; Madi Maxx

December 1: RISE 6: Brutality / Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA)

December 2: British Empire Wrestling (U.K) – Savannah Summers; Saraya Knight; KC Spinelli

December 16: Canuck Pro (Calgary, Alberta) – Bea Priestley vs Taya Valkyrie

Data collected from but not limited to: Cagematch, Puroresu Spirit, Hashtag Wrestling, WrestleRopes UK, Battle-News, EnzuigiriPuro

Ciara Reid @Ciara92189 on Twitter

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