Ringbelles Roundup (9/13/17) – Su Yung wins WSU’s Queen and King, Tam Nakano joins the bad side, ECWA Super 8 ChickFight announcements, SHINE 45, title wins & losses

Mercedes Martinez handed Jordynne Grace her first official loss in Women Superstars Uncensored on Saturday, as she successfully overcame the young bruiser-weight and retained her title.

Jordynne has been on a hot streak as of late – she’s getting booked practically everywhere and in most cases, she’s racked up an undefeated streak or is made to look like money. A couple of years ago, Grace was one of the many locals bumping around on the Texas scene. She had started her professional career when she was just fifteen-years old and before her eighteenth birthday, she had already wrestled in Mexico, graduated from high school and relocated to the Midwest. She had worked for most of Texas’ top promotions and the move opened up more opportunities to wrestle for those within the region. I feel there’s this perception being presented online that Jordynne just appeared over night, but she’s been consistently booked since her debut almost six years ago.

Her bookings might not have been high profile enough to reach a certain level of attention from core followers of independent wrestling, but it’s nice to see that she’s compared to some of the best – Jordynne’s been good for a long time. Mercedes escaped with her second title defense since regaining the belt back in February. Mercedes is currently seen as a competitor in the Mae Young Classic – WWE’s core audience doesn’t realize that she’s holding four world titles and is one-half of the SHINE Tag Team Champions right now and with no updates of the company officially inking some of these women to deals, Mercedes might not be dropping these belts anytime soon.

Su Yung (left), Chrissy Rivera (middle) and Blackwater (right) conquered the 2017 Queen and King Of the Ring tournament on Saturday in Voorhees, New Jersey – @LyleCWilliams ©

To no one’s surprise, Su Yung won the 2017 Queen and King Of the Ring tournament with Blackwater at her side on Saturday, as the creepy duo defeated Veda Scott and Jason Cade in the finals. Su Yung like Jordynne Grace has received a peak interest from fans in recent years – I think in Su’s case it has to do with her gimmick and people’s curiosity as to whether she’s a zombie bride or is she a woman scorned that took things a little too far. No one really knows and I don’t believe we ever got a conclusion to that infamous moment where she, a sweeter than pie babyface was dragged backstage during a SHINE Wrestling event and weeks later resurfaced as the visual we see today. She should have been made a permanent fixture within the Floridian promotion and not fired – it’s actually a shame that she’s a champion elsewhere for promotions that don’t receive much coverage, Queens of Combat, Girl Fight or FEST Wrestling while also turning over dates in other states. There feels like something is missing when it comes to Su Yung and apparently it’s not booking because she’s super over.

The promotion did a good job in playing up each team’s personas or like attributes. For example, Willow Nightingale and Anthony’s Bennett’s towering hairstyles made them an automatic match. In years past, the winner of the tournament would receive a shot at the WSU Championship. 2013’s winner, Athena went to face LuFisto for the title not once but twice. Athena had previously challenged Jessicka Havok for the belt three months before the tournament win with AR Fox and was unsuccessful. She was lined up for another shot at Havok and her championship when she and LuFisto fought each other in a number one contenders match at “Mutiny” the following February – Athena had been sidelined with an injury and had missed her opportunity to challenge Havok at the promotion’s next show. LuFisto had already racked up a huge win over Mercedes Martinez in a Falls Count Anywhere match and by Athena’s return, she had set her sights on winning the WSU Championship from Havok.

The matchup against Mercedes happened to be a number one contender’s match; Athena’s title shot was never dismissed due to injury and now the promotion had two competitors vying for a championship match and needed a quick resolution. A number one contender‘s match was made and LuFisto took home the win and was set to face Havok for the title that May when the champion was stripped of the belt and banned from the promotion for good. With the title now vacant, the promotion decided to put the number one contender, LuFisto in a decision match against Athena and make it a Two-Out-of-Three Falls match at the 2014 Queen and King Of the Ring tournament show. LuFisto won the championship and her first challenger to the title was decided in the finals, as Mickie Knuckles and Matt Tremont were crowned that year’s royal pair – she would unsuccessfully challenge LuFisto for the belt in the main event of United in July.

Su Yung and Mercedes Martinez last squared off in singles competition back at SHINE 16 and that matchup took place in January of 2014. Su had fought Mercedes one other time before that; in July 2013, she and Mercedes went up against Nikki Roxx and LuFisto in a fatal four-way qualifying match for the SHINE Championship tournament. Since then, Mercedes has quietly stepped away from the business for two years and once she reappeared, she started sweeping up championship right out the gate. Su and Blackwater defeated Willow Nightingale and Anthony Bennett in the first round of the tournament and went onto overcome Brandon Watts and WSU Spirit Champion, Kiera Hogan in the semi finals. Finalists Veda Scott and Jason Cade had beaten Leva Bates and Greg Excellent in their second round matchup after getting the better of Rick Cataldo, who had another meltdown after the match and his partner, Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) in the tournament’s opener.

On top of possibly challenging Mercedes for the strap soon, Su has a rematch clause that could be invoked for the Spirit Championship. She lost the title to Kiera Hogan as part of a three-way at the promotion’s anniversary show in February and while the champion has successfully retained since then, Su has not received her rematch. Maria Manic and Penelope Ford retained the WSU Tag Team Titles against Brittany Blake and Samantha Heights in the second championship match on the card. Rick Cataldo got under Manic’s skin post match and a brawl broke out – clearly, the issues with the Fella Twins are not done.

Some things that happened over the weekend and this week…

Davienne unseated Skylar of the PVP Women’s Championship on Sunday in Springfield, Massachusetts after being granted a title shot after beating Jawsolyn the night before. Davienne had defeated Jawsolyn in Southwick to become the new number one contender to the title and as a result, the championship match was lined up for the following day’s show at the Eastfield Mall. She reportedly dominated the titleholder throughout the match, thus winning the belt and becoming the new champion. Davienne has been taking on all comers in the women’s division, however, winning the title has alluded her and now that she’s won it, she’s a double champion in the Northeast… Tournaments are upon us over in Japan, as two sets of tag team champions are going to be determined in the next couple of weeks. First and foremost, Hiiragi Kurumi and Tsukushi are no longer the International Ribbon Champions and it has nothing to do with the incident that saw one of these titleholders arrested and detained by local police. It’s being reported that Kurumi made the decision to relinquish the belt at Saturday’s show in Saitama due to suffering an injury recently. No other specific details have been released in regards to the injury or when and how it was sustained. However, this is the second time this year that the belts have been declared vacant.

The two competitors re-captured the championships back in March from Misaki Ohata and Ryo Mizunami after dropping the titles to them during the fall season. Together, Tsukushi has held the International Ribbon Tag Team Titles on eight separate occasions and three of those reigns have come with Kurumi by her side. After skating through their first two title defenses successfully, their matchup against Hamuko Hoshi and Mochi Miyagi back in May ended in a twenty-minute time limit draw and as a result, the belts were vacated. Ever since the titles were introduced in April of 2007, it’s remained a golden rule that the belts must be vacated by the current titleholders if their championship match ended right on the twenty-minute mark. It’s actually the third occurrence of this happening in the belt’s lineage; the last occurred back in October of 2011, when the champions, DASH Chisako and Sendai Sachiko wrestled Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi to the match’s expiration point. Ice Ribbon has announced that a new tournament will be implemented to crown the new champions starting on September 23rd at the Yokohama Radiant Hall. No teams have been announced thus far, however, the additional tournament qualifiers will continue on October 9th and October 29th shows…

Tokyo Joshi Pro kicked off the first round of their Princess Tag Team Championship tournament on Saturday. Three teams have advanced to the second leg; Rika Tatsumi and Maho Kurone defeated Yuu and Nodoka-oneesan, Shoko Nakajima and Yuki Sakazaki defeated Azusa Takigawa and Nonoko and, Mizuki picked up the upset win over the current TOKYO Princess of Princess Champion, Reika Saiki, and her partner, Miyu Yamashita to finish out the first round matchups. The promotion has announced the second round matches for this Saturday’s show in Tokyo. Mizuki and Maki Ito will be going up against Yuka Sakazaki and Shoko Nakajima and Rika Tatsumi and Maho Kurone will be taking on Yuna Manase and Marika Kobashi… Ayesha Ray is the new Reckless Intent Hardcore Champion after defeating Jam O’Malley, Michael Chase, Justin Deed and Mr. News for the title on Saturday in Livingston, Scotland. Mr. News had won the championship for a third time back in May after beating O’Malley and Chris Toal to win the belt twice in one day. Ayesha is the first woman to ever hold the championship and it’s also her first singles title in a year… Nikki Addams came up short in the 2017 King Of New York tournament on Saturday. She had bested Jeff Cannonball, Logan Black and TK Luthor in the first round matchup of the tournament put on by Warriors Of Wrestling and went onto face Mike Law in the semi finals, where she lost… Akane Fujita’s first stop on her U.S tour happened over the weekend in Port Hueneme, California. She worked the Championship Wrestling from Hollywood tapings on Saturday and took the loss to Raze. Her next stop is in Oceanside, California on Saturday when she takes on Kitana Vera for SoCal Pro Wrestling… Atomic Championship Wrestling presented another Rogue Women Warriors filled card on Saturday in Stevens, Pennsylvania and it featured two titles on the line. LuFisto’s title defense against Stefany Sinclair ended up in a crowd, with the SHINE Champion retaining after sending Sinclair crashing through a table via a Death Valley Driver off the ring apron. Pink Flash Kira also retained her belt; she defeated Sahara Se7en with the Air Raid Crash to pick up another successful defense of the Rogue Dark Phase Championship. Trixie Trash replaced Ray Lyn and got disqualified in her matchup against Rebecca Payne. While the referee was down, Gilete handed her purse that contained a brick inside to Payne and pretended that Trixie had knocked her out with the foreign object. Angie Skye defeated Gemma Cross with the Hard Goodbye and Allysin Kay worked the show’s main event and picked up the win over Tess Valentine with the Discus Lariat…

Toni Storm and Io Shirai are currently tied in the Blue Stars block with nine points each after Shirai bested Tam Nakano in their matchup on Sunday. The bigger story coming out of Sunday’s show was not Shirai’s comeback in the tournament, it was actually Oedo Tai gaining a new member and that new member just so happens to be Tam Nakano. Since her arrival in the promotion, the stable sought Nakano and tried to recruit her the moment she stepped foot in the building. Nakano at first, thanked the villains headed by Kagetsu for their interest but stated that she needed time to make her decision. I guess a couple of weeks is all she really needed, because she’s now swinging her sword in alliance with STARDOM’s longest running heel stable – this is actually a good call by the promotion, because, at this rate, the promotion needs more definitive roles for the upcoming rookies and not be duct taped to Io and Mayu Iwatani’s coattails for leverage. That was a formula that worked well for the promotion in the beginning – Kairi Hojo was attached to Nanae Takahashi before her singles title runs and I believe that backpacking with the veterans prepared her for her initial World of STARDOM Championship win that didn’t appear to be happening for another year or two. Long before she started teaming with Io, Iwatani also latched onto the veterans early on and was a third of the Artists Champions with Hiroyo Matsumoto and Miho Wakizawa.

Oedo Tai’s numbers have increased once again, with the recruitment of Tam Nakano. She finally decided to join the stable after weeks of waiting – @kmaxjapan ©

Most of STARDOM’s rookies on the old roster were stuck together and made the most of it by wrestling against one another repeatedly and over time, they made a name for themselves and were either recruited by the stables or remained a lone warrior. I understand that in professional wrestling and in sports in general that the rookies tend to follow the veterans, the locker room leaders and their allegiance shows a sign of mutual respect, but in today’s world, STARDOM is going to need more than three lone rookies that haven’t carved out their own niche standing behind Io for guidance. Io is the biggest superstar in that entire locker room and there comes a point where those upcoming acts have graduated from that stage and like Io, who broke away from the Triple Tails stable several years, will have to create their own path without the push of a veteran’s support. In Tam Nakano’s case – she’s joining a stable of young, up and comers in Kagetsu, Hana Kimura and though Kris Wolf has been with the promotion for a couple of years now, Kris hasn’t made it to main title picture just yet.

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East Coast Wrestling Association has begun announcing participants for this year’s Super 8: ChickFight Tournament. Back-to-back winner and current reigning and defending ECWA Women’s Champion, Deonna Purrazzo is one of the first names announced for the tournament. Purrazzo won the 2015 series and even took home last year’s trophy after she defeated Karen Q, another competitor announced, in the finals of the tournament. She’s also fended off two successful title defenses against Karen since last year’s show and altogether has retained the belt on twelve separate occasions.

The tournament was created back in 2014 as a spin off the promotion’s popular Super 8 series, which was put on every year since 1997 and featured some of the best wrestlers on the indies at the time. Tessa Blanchard won the inaugural tournament’s gold statue and was also crowned the new ECWA Women’s Champion after beating Jenny Rose in the finals. The title was declared vacant after Renee Michelle’s championship defense against Jessie Kaye in a Loser Leaves ECWA match had ended in a double pinfall. Blanchard wound up dropping the belt to Renee in her second title defense back in March of 2015 and has since, never contended for or challenged for the belt after unsuccessfully going up against Renee a month later in a No Disqualification match in New Jersey.

Renee made it through three title defenses before losing the championship again that August. Due to unknown reasons, the belt was again without a titleholder and this time, the promotion decided to put it on the line in the finals of the upcoming tournament. Deonna and Tessa had survived the pack; the likes of Brittany Blake and former champion, now repackaged as Kennadi Brink (Jessie Kaye) were defeated in the semi finals with Blanchard besting the inaugural titleholder in their matchup and Deonna going over on Blake.

Purrazzo has maintained a tight grip on the championship ever since despite the multiple oncoming challenges from peers. This year’s tournament takes place a few days after Deonna’s reign officially turns two-years-old on October 21st in New Jersey. As a competitor in the tournament, Santana Garrett officially makes her first appearance for the promotion, which is hard to believe is that she’s worked practically everywhere on the map. She might not have the premier women’s titles hanging from her waist these days, however, Santana is still a titleholder of many championships currently, including the Belleview Heavyweight Title and the Battling Bombshells Title, which she’s held since March of 2015. Allie Recks is another competitor out the Northeast region that was announced. Like Purrazzo, the 22-year-old was trained by Damian Adams and wrestles within the Northeast.

Powerlifter Christina Marie and “Hot Scoop” Skylar are the latest competitors to be confirmed for the tournament, with two additional names left to be announced in the coming weeks. Christina worked New England Championship Wrestling’s women’s show last July and like most of the competitors in this tournament, she works for promotions on the smaller scale in the Northeast region. Skylar’s name has been popping up on shows as of late and most consider her debut for Women’s Wrestling Revolution earlier this year at the promotion’s “Identity Crisis” event in March to be the sole reason. Both of the crimsoned hair competitors go head-to-head this Friday in Amsterdam, New York ahead of the tournament.

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

Princesa Sugehit and Zeuxis’ masks will be on the line in a Luchas de Apuestas match Saturday. I discussed the ongoing rivalry between the two luchadoras and the build up to the big matchup here… This Sunday, Nicole Savoy makes her debut for Anarchy Championship Wrestling in their return to The Mohawk in Austin. Savoy takes on veteran roster member, Angel Blue… Savannah Summers goes up against Alexis Lee for All Action Wrestling in Perth on Sunday… Tessa Blanchard’s second title defense of the Remix Pro Fury Championship takes place this Sunday in Marietta, Ohio. She will be defending the strap against Britt Baker in a one-on-one singles match, as Blanchard’s first championship match back in October came against Baker and Leva Bates in the same city and state… RISE will be presenting their fourth show in the United Kingdom on Friday as part of a double feature with the local neighborhood’s all-female promotion, BellaTrix. The promotion will host a seminar early in the day with Mercedes Martinez and WWE Hall of Famer, Madusa on hand. Two championship matches and a load of first-time matches make up the show’s card at Epic Studios. Shotzi Blackheart’s Phoenix of RISE Title will be on the line against Chelsea Green; Alex Windsor will be busy fending off two opponents, Queen Maya and Lady Lory in her first-ever BellaTrix World Title defense.

Also on the card – is Deonna Purrazzo’s first wrestling date in the country, as she squares off with Shax. Jewells Malone will be taking on Dominita, Jetta squares off with Amarah, Mercedes Martinez will be in non-title action against Skarlett and Charli Evan’s current U.K tour continues, as she takes on Violet O’Hara. There are two tag team matches booked on the show also; Saraya and Nikki Knight will be going up against Leia Elise and Innocence and former RISE Champion, Angel Dust teams up with her “Sigma” partner, Rosemary to take on Erin Angel and El Daluna…

Also on Friday, SHINE presents its forty-fifth show in Ybor City despite the after effects of Irma in Florida.

LuFisto defends her title against Ivelisse and Holidead in the show’s main event – this will be the second time she’s fended off Ivelisse for the championship since capturing the belt in January. I don’t quite understand how both challengers get slotted in for a title shot after their first-round matchup in the SHINE Nova Title tournament ended in a time limit draw back in July. Ivelisse is a former two-time SHINE Champion, Holidead’s official debut for the promotion was through the secondary title’s tournament – how exactly this lands Holidead with another title shot is beyond me. LuFisto’s already retained the championship against her back on August 26th. The title defense was apart of Atomic Championship Wrestling’s lineup in Stevens, Pennsylvania and it was also the first time the belt had been defended in the state.

– SHINE Wrestling, World Wrestling Network ©

Ivelisse is currently one-half of the SHINE Tag Team Champions with Mercedes Martinez and one would think that the promotion would have their first title defense booked for the show, instead, Mercedes is nowhere on this card. Las Sicarias won the tag titles at SHINE 42 – that’s three shows ago. Right after that, the promotion held two back-to-back events in July to crown the inaugural Nova Champion. Ivelisse was involved in the tournament, while Mercedes was not; this is just another example of SHINE’s continued battle with consistency. Mercedes could be, possibly booked elsewhere on Friday night, however that doesn’t refute the argument that SHINE doesn’t properly process their booking decisions before throwing it out there days before the actual event. They crowned their second singles champion a few days short of their fifth anniversary and while the shows presented an influx of new and already upcoming talent, it was also a reminder of the prominence the promotion once had and lost.

Since its inception, SHINE has operated as a monthly contributor to women’s wrestling and held standalone shows once a month. It was an official outlet for those fans and it provided another promotion for wrestlers to work during SHIMMER’s offseason and gave more visible coverage via a live stream as opposed to relying on DVD sales. I have taken the promotion’s booking decisions to task in the past and even discussed that due to the nonsensical finishes to every match, that I had lost interest. It’s never made sense – screwy finishes up and down the show’s entire card, especially to matches that were not even embroiled in back and forth feuds.

I strongly believe that Ivelisse and Mercedes Martinez could be utilized better in SHINE than as tag team champions. Mercedes still has unfinished business with the promotion and her abrupt disappearance from there too – perhaps an actual feud between the two would benefit the program and not Ivelisse getting title shot after another title shot. LuFisto needs legit challengers for her world championship and the only people capable of such on the current roster right now is Allysin Kay, Mercedes or Ivelisse. The promotion has failed in creating new stars like they have in the past and are instead, grouping people together that don’t belong and are pushing forward agendas that don’t need actual attention.

Onto the undercard – Priscilla Kelly will yet again be defending her SHINE Nova Championship against Jordynne Grace after successfully retaining the title against her at a return show for Women’s Wrestling Revolution in August. Kelly is currently two title defenses deep into her reign as the inaugural champion with another win coming against Stormie Lee on an event for Full Impact Pro two weeks earlier. I mentioned it earlier in a previous article that it appears that SHINE is allowing their champions to defend the belts elsewhere, even outside its platform more these days. Santana Garrett carried the main title with her everywhere in Florida and retained it more often than not, however, those defenses stayed within state lines. LuFisto has defended her title in Texas, Pennsylvania, Quebec and has an upcoming championship match in Tennessee on September 29th and most of these defenses have been for promotions that are not under the World Wrestling Network umbrella or are initiating a working relationship with the company. Candy Cartwright and her minions, Kiera Hogan and Aria Blake will be taking on Aja Perera, Dynamite DiDi, and Lea Nox. Allysin Kay will be taking on Brandi Lauren and Vanessa Kraven goes up against Dementia D’Rose. Lady Chardonay Darcy will be making her official U.S debut and her first appearance for SHINE on Friday when she takes on Stormie Lee and Natalia Markova takes on Aerial Monroe.

The rocky road to Pro Wrestling: EVE’s SHE-1 continues on this weekend in a different continent.

Nicole Matthews and Christina Von Eerie are going to be facing off in a qualifying match this Saturday in West Minster, British Columbia. The matchup will be housed by Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling and it takes place days after Matthews lost the title thanks to the interference of Von Eerie’s husband, Scotty Mac in the contest and helping Adonis win the belt. The now-former three-time champion has her eyes set on gaining her revenge against the couple and what better way than to defeat Von Eerie and earn her rightful spot in the biggest women’s tournament in London this year.

Pro Wrestling: EVE presented another stellar card in Bethnal Green, London on Friday. The lineup included another SHE-1 qualifier, as “Session Moth” Martina defeated Jinny via submission in a No Disqualification matchup to advance to the November portion of the tournament. She and the winner of Von Eerie-Matthews will join Sammii Jayne, Nina Samuels, Kay Lee Ray, Charlie Morgan, Laura Di Matteo, Jetta and Emi Sakura as the qualified competitors in the SHE-1, a tournament to determine the true “ace” of the promotion.

– Pro Wrestling: EVE ©

EVE will be holding four shows on the weekend on November 11th-12th, with two shows happening per day in London in order to crown the tournament’s inaugural winner and next challenger to the title. Sammii Jayne successfully defended her championship in the main event of “We Do Right – Not Nice!” as she defeated Leah Owens, who earned a title shot at the last show and become the newest number one contender to Jayne’s belt. Debbie Sharp appeared via video footage during the event and issued a challenge to Jayne for the EVE Championship and the rematch has been announced for the October 6th show, “Nasty Women” which has already sold out.

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Nanae Takahashi’s SEAdLINNNG has a show scheduled for Monday at Shinkiba 1st RING. She and Tsukasa Fujimoto help headline the show with their singles match, their first against each other in seven years making up the card. Yoshiko and Sareee will be in tag team action, as they take on Misaki Ohata and Ryo Mizunami. Arisa Nakajima is also booked for the show – she goes against Maruko Nagasaki and WAVE’s rookie sensation, ASUKA… April Davids’ Futureshock Women’s Championship will be on the line this Sunday in Manchester, as she defends the strap against Lana Austin in a Two-Out-of-Three Falls match after their latest match for the belt ended in a double count out and Davids retaining as a result. Davids is currently in her second reign as champion and has one other title defense over Little Miss Roxxy besides the matchup against Austin. She defeated Lana for the belt back in February and ended her lengthy run at 692-days, making her the longest reigning champion in the history of the title… Su Yung and Ludark Shaitan are two of the many competitors announced for IWA Mid-South’s 2017 Ted Petty Invitational tournament, which takes place this Thursday and Friday in Memphis, Indiana. Both women will be making their first appearance in the tournament; Ludark won the promotion’s Queen Of the Death Matches tournament back in 2015, beating Kathy Owens in the finals. She also competed in the 2017 King Of the Death Matches earlier this year and was eliminated before the semi finals by John Wayne Murdoch… Britt Baker battles Faye Jackson for Absolute Intense Wrestling this Friday in Cleveland…

Discovery Wrestling has added their tournament final for the Women’s Championship to Saturday’s show in Edinburgh. It will be a four-way match as Nina Samuels goes up against finalists, Lucy Cole, Sammii Jayne and Martina.The hunt for the inaugural titleholder kicked off back in March, with Candice LeRae beating Viper in the first round opener. From there, the matches continued on in the months following, as Samuels defeated Debbie Sharp in May and Sammii Jayne and Lucy Cole were victorious in June, besting Toni Storm and Jayla Dark respectively. Somewhere along the way, Candice got nixed from the tournament, as she’s not included in Saturday’s matchup. It appears that Martina has been slotted in as her replacement, however, there was no specific reasoning given. Martina does hold a non-tournament win over Ayesha Ray; Ayesha will be in action on the show against Debbie Sharp. The winner of this match will be crowned the first Discovery Wrestling Women’s Champion… Brittany Blake defends the Legacy Women’s Title against Penelope Ford on Saturday… This Sunday, Livvii Grace defends her IPW: UK Women’s Championship against Ayesha Ray for a second time after successfully defeating Ray and two other opponents back in July to pick up her third title defense.

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WWE

Kairi Sane is the inaugural winner of the Mae Young Classic and as a result, she’s going to have a championship opportunity in November – WWE ©

Asuka relinquished the NXT Women’s Championship on last week’s episode, as talked about here… Kairi Sane defeated Shayna Baszler in the finals of the Mae Young Classic in a special live broadcast from Las Vegas on Tuesday following Smackdown Live – Natalya retained the Smackdown Women’s Championship against Naomi on this week’s episode. Sane will be one of the competitors challenging for the now-vacant NXT Women’s Title at TakeOver: Houston, as she and one other competitor will square off on November 18th for the strap. The news was first broken by ESPN minutes after she defeated Baszler

North America

Delilah Doom is the first entrant into the Making Towns Classic, which takes place on May 12, 2018, in Nashville, Tennessee. It was also announced that Jordynne Grace’s return to NOVA Pro Wrestling on September 22nd will be a qualifying match-up for the tournament, as she goes one-on-one with Allie Kat. The show’s lineup in Fairfax, Virginia will also include a singles meeting between Mia Yim and Angelus Layne… Kylie Rae and Savanna Stone collide for Glory Pro’s show on October 15th… Renee Michelle got engaged to Rockstar Spud earlier this week… The return of Priscilla Kelly has been announced for Alternative Wrestling Show’s double shot of shows on December 1st and 2nd in South Gate, California. Shotzi Blackheart, LuFisto, Mercedes Martinez, Jordynne Grace, Britt Baker and champion, Nicole Savoy are also on the bill; the Friday night show will be in conjunction with RISE 6: Brutality… Battle Club Pro has a big matchup planned for their debut in New Jersey on November 4th. Santana Garrett will be going one-on-one with Jordynne Grace in Ridgefield Park… Davienne’s next title defense as the LPW Women’s Champion has been added to the October 14th lineup when she defends the belt against Adira, Delmi Exo and Isana in Clinton, Massachusetts… Barbi Hayden debuts for North American Wrestling Allegiance on October 14th… Zelo Pro Wrestling has two women’s matches booked for their September 24th show in Chicago. First up, Miranda Salinas will be squaring off with Tessa Blanchard. There will also be a five-way elimination match, as Laynie Luck battles Delilah Doom, Kikyo Nakamura, Nicole Savoy and Kylie Rae… Holidead is one of the first names to be announced for Ring of Honor’s stop in Columbus, Ohio on October 14th as part of their Global Wars tour. Britt Baker’s return has been announced for the October 13th show in Pittsburgh… Veda Scott will be heading overseas for a tour in Europe. She’s already announced for three shows; on September 23rd she’ll be taking on Sierra Loxton for Pro Wrestling Chaos’ show in Thornbury. A week later, she’s going to be wrestling out of Birmingham for Kamikaze Pro’s show at the Bournville Club. Scott also has a title shot lined up for her debut in Ireland on October 4th when she challenges “Session Moth” Martina for the OTT Women’s Championship… More RISE news – the promotion has announced an “on the road” series that consists of seminars with guest trainers and their executive producer, Kevin Harvey that will continue throughout the remainder of the year. Harvey will be on hand for Sabotage Wrestling’s October 13th show in Austin, Texas, as a seminar will be held earlier that day. Information on the seminar can be found here… A four-way matchup that sees LuFisto, Gabby Ortiz, Penelope Ford and Katred in action has been announced for Jersey All Pro’s October 21st show in Rahway… Women’s Wrestling Revolution has announced its return to the Aurora in Providence, Rhode Island for October 8th. It will be the final time the promotion sets foot inside the building, as it will be closed at the end of October. Tessa Blanchard, Mia Yim, and Deonna Purrazzo are the first competitors announced for the show… Allie Recks goes one-on-one with Kid Christian for Pro Wrestling Takeover on September 24th… Seleziya Sparx takes on Alexia Nicole and Penelope Ford for Greektown Wrestling’s October 1st show in Toronto… Dropkick Depression will be presenting a charity wrestling event on November 12th in Ridgeway Park, New Jersey. One of the first matches announced is a six-woman tag team match, that sees Willow Nightingale teaming up with Kennedi Copeland and Kasey Catal to take on Hellen Vale, Katred and Nyla Rose… A big, first-time collision is set for House Of Glory’s September 29th show in Queens. Tessa Blanchard will be making her official debut for the promotion, as she squares off against homebred talent, Sonya Strong… Erica retained her IZW Women’s Title against Phoebe on Saturday

Mexico

Diosa Atenea, Zuzu Divine, Lilith Dark and Dulce Luna will square off in a Fatal Four-way, Mask vs Mask match on September 16th… Lady Shani takes on La Hiedra for AAA in Quintana Roo on September 23rd

Europe

Toni Storm successfully retained the PROGRESS Women’s Title at Chapter 55 on Sunday, as she defeated Dahlia Black. After the match, Jinny attacked Dahlia with a steel chair – the former friends’ continue their feud… Three Count Wrestling has announced the debuts of Charli Evans and Little Miss Roxxy for their November 18th show… Millie McKenzie faces Jessicka Havok for Fight Club: PRO’s September 22nd show in Wolverhampton… Katey Harvey announced that she’ll be taking some time off from wrestling to recuperate from previous and current injuries. Harvey stated in a post on Twitter, that she had been dealing with issues with her nerves and mobility in her neck due to a broken shoulder, which she sustained months ago, not properly healing. Harvey has continued to wrestle despite the injury – the announcement came after she was crowned the inaugural Women’s Wrestling Revolution Champion through a tournament put on by German Wrestling Federation back on September 2nd… Kat Von Kaige faces Ivy in the next Pro Wrestling Foxes Championship qualifier on September 22nd… Westside Xtreme Wrestling has announced matches for it’s Femmes Fatales tournament, taking place on October 7th in Oberhausen, Germany. The first round matches are as follows: Alex Windsor will be taking on Pauline, Alpha Female will be taking on Laura Di Matteo, Toni Storm and Jinny will be squaring off and Melanie Gray will be taking on Viper… Miss Mina was crowned the new Swiss Wrestling Entertainment Ladies Champion on Saturday after she defeated Lana Austin and Audrey Bride in a three-way in Switzerland… Sara Marie Taylor and Lauren are the latest names announced for Fierce Females’ return on October 8th… Dahlia Black squares off with Kay Lee Ray for Lucha Forever this Saturday… Sienna is the first entrant into Southside Wrestling’s Queen of the Ring. The tournament takes in Sheffield on November 25th… PROGRESS has announced an eight-woman tournament to determine the new number one contender to Toni Storm’s championship. The tournament kicks off on October 2nd… Alex Windsor and Jayde have been announced for APEX Pro Wrestling’s November 26th lineup in Milton Keynes

Chile

Alexandra defeated Cazador and Pedro Pablo to become the new number one contender to the FNX Rebelion Title on Saturday… Carrie Grey is the new FULL Women’s Champion after defeating Jade for the title in a triple threat match on Saturday that also involved Jennifer Knox in Antofagasta City

Japan

A press conference was held last Wednesday and it was officially revealed by Ice Ribbon and company that Tsukushi was indeed the wrestler that was arrested back in July after allegedly stabbing another competitor, rumored to be Kagetsu. Tsukushi apologized for the incident, however, the victim remains anonymous… Mayu Iwatani is sitting atop the Red Stars block with a whopping ten points, which you would expect from the double champion. Viper and Yoko Bito are tied with eight points each, while Kagetsu and Hana Kimura are also tied at the six points mark. The 5*STAR Grand Prix continues to wind down on Saturday in Takaoka, Japan. The next round of matches has been announced, in addition to Monday’s lineup. Mandy Leon will be taking on the rookie, Tam Nakano, Hana Kimura goes up against Viper, Jungle Kyona battles Konami and Oedo Tai’s de facto leader, Kagetsu and longtime member, Kris Wolf face off in the Red Block

The current standings in the 5*STAR Grand Prix

Red Stars Block:

Mayu Iwatani [5 wins, 1 loss = 10 points]
Viper [4 wins, 1 loss = 8 points]
Yoko Bito [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
Kagetsu [3 wins, 2 losses = 6 points]
Hana Kimura [3 wins, 2 losses = 6 points]
Hiromi Mimura [1 win, 5 losses = 2 points]
Xia Brookside [1 win, 5 losses = 2 points]
Kris Wolf [1 wins, 4 losses = 2 points]

Blue Stars Block:

Toni Storm [4 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw = 9 points]
Io Shirai [4 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw = 9 points]
Kay Lee Ray [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
Leon [3 wins, 2 losses = 6 points]
HZK [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
Jungle Kyona [2 wins, 3 losses = 4 points]
Tam Nakano [1 win, 4 losses = 2 points]
Konami [o wins, 4 losses = 0 points]

Australia & New Zealand

Newcastle Pro held a women’s only tryout on Monday in Gateshead… Laurel Van Ness will be traveling to New South Wales next month. She’s been announced for Future Wrestling Australia’s show in Wolli Creek on October 21st and she’ll be taking on Alyna… Indi Hartwell will be heading stateside next month for training with Booker T’s Reality Of Wrestling promotion in Texas, while also booking some wrestling dates in between… Delilah’s title match against Just Plain Evil for the Hughes Academy Women’s Championship on Saturday ended in a disqualification after she was attacked by Krystal Kayne. Just Plain Evil retained the title as a result

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Results (September 6th – September 13th)

September 7: Bar Wrestling (Baldwin Park, CA) – Taya Valkyrie d Amazing Kong by DQ; Ruby Raze d Heather Monroe; Chelsea Green & Ivy Quinn d Katarina Leigh & Scarlett Bordeaux; Candice LeRae d Tessa Blanchard

September 7: NXT Live (Rochester, NY) – Aliyah & Ember Moon d Mandy Rose & Vanessa Borne; Nikki Cross d Lacey Evans

Livvii Grace tosses Bea Priestley across the ring via a German Suplex at Pro Wrestling: EVE’s show on Friday – Roger Alarcon ©

September 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London) – Sammii Jayne(c) d Leah Owens; Livvii Grace d Bea Priestley; Martina d Jinny; Laura Di Matteo d Jamie Hayter & Zoe Lucas; Nina Samuels d Candyfloss; Debbie Sharp d Charli Evans

September 8: Future Wrestling Australia (Wolli Creek, New South Wales) – Savannah Summers d Azalea; Alyna d Mortar

September 8: Ironfist Wrestling (Shrewsbury, Shropshire) – Thunder Rosa d Athena Furie; Domina d Kat Von Kaige

September 8: Promociones EMW (Tijuana, Baja California) – Angelikal & Lady Shani d La Hiedra & Mamba

September 8: Superstars Of Wrestling Federation (Avenel, NJ) – Brooke Danielle & Johnny Cockstrong d Jeff Cannonball & Terra Calaway

September 8: Premier British Wrestling (Barmulloch, Glasgow) – Lucy Cole d Kasey Owens

September 8: NXT Live (St. Catharines, Ontario) – Ember Moon d Nikki Cross; Aliyah & Lacey Evans d Mandy Rose & Vanessa Borne

September 8: HOPE Wrestling (Mansfield, Nottingham) – Jayde d Dahlia Black

September 9: GOUGE Wrestling (Raleigh, NC) – Roni Nicole d Jinx Hunter

September 9: DDT (Naruto, Tokushima) – KUDO, Masahiro Takanashi & Saki Akai d Kazuki Hirata, Toru Owashi & Mike Bailey

September 9: NWA Wildside Reunion (Cornelia, GA) – New Jack d Destiny, Kid USA, Mark E. Mark, Mike Posey, Mr. Delicious, Rusty Riddle, Scotty Beach, TJ Gray & Mike Posey

September 9: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Zeuxis d Skadi via Count Out

September 9: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Cherry d Marika Kobashi; Yuna Manase d Yuki Kamifuki; Maho Kurone & Rika Tatsumi d Nodoka-Oneesan & Yuu; Shoko Nakajima & Yuka Sakazaki d Azusa Takigawa & Nonoko; Maki Ito & Mizuki d Miyu Yamashita & Reika Saiki

September 9: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX) – Tessa Blanchard(c) d Britt Baker; Laurel Van Ness d Joey Ryan; Christi Jaynes d JC Serious; Joey Ryan defeats Chelsea Green

September 9: Hughes Academy of Professional Wrestling (Kelston, Auckland) – Delilah d Just Plain Evil(c) via DQ

September 9: Defy Wrestling/ ECCW (Vancouver, British Columbia) – Adonis d Nicole Matthews(c), Scotty Mac & Shreddz; Cat Power d Steve West

September 9: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan) – Manami vs Mio Momono; Aja Kong, Hiroyo Matsumoto & Heidi Katrina vs Mika Shirahime, Alex Lee & Hana Kimura; Chihiro Hashimoto & Aasa Maika vs Emi Sakura & Meiko Satomura; DASH Chisako & KAORU vs Rin Kadokura & Hikaru Shida

September 9: Blue Water Championship Wrestling/ Xtreme Bombshells Of Wrestling (Port Huron, MI) – Ingrid Isley d Shawna Reed

September 9: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Miyako Matsumoto & Uno Matsuya d Ibuki Hoshi & Karen DATE; Maika Ozaki d Satsuki Totoro & Nori DATE; Maya Yukihi d Nao DATE; Maruko Nagasaki & Tsukasa Fujimoto d Mochi Miyagi & Hamuko Hoshi

September 9: Combat Sports Federation (Frome, Somerset) – Sierra Loxton d Kaggy

September 9: Southern Hemisphere Wrestling Alliance (Thronlie, Western Australia) – Ajax d Crystal V.; Jeremiah Kingsley & Roxy Ryot d Callum Collins & Leon Tully

September 9: Reckless Intent Wrestling (Livingston, Scotland) – Ayesha Ray d Mr. News(c), Jam O’Malley, Michael Chase & Justin Deed

September 9: Pioneer Valley Promotions (Southwick, MA) – Davienne d Jawsolyn

September 9: Melbourne City Wrestling (Essendon, Victoria) – Kellyanne d Joanie May

September 9: SENDAI Girls (Miyagi, Japan) – Mio Momono d Manami; Cassandra Miyagi vs. Eiger – Draw; Aja Kong, Hiroyo Matsumoto & Heidi Katrina d Mika Shirahime, Alex Lee & Hana Kimura; Emi Sakura & Meiko Satomura d Chihiro Hashimoto & Aasa Maika; DASH Chisako & KAORU d Rin Kadokura & Hikaru Shida

September 9: New England Championship Wrestling (Wakefield, MA) – Tequila Rosee d Adira, Amanda Fox & Isana

September 9: Hunter Valley Wrestling (Maitland City, New South Wales) – Riebell d Tarlee

September 9: Federacion Universitaria de Lucha Libre (Antofagasta City, Region de Antofagasta, Chile) – Carrie Grey d Jade (c) & Jennifer Knox

September 9: Impact Zone Wrestling (Lawton, OK) – Erica(c) d Phoebe

September 9: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX) – Tessa Blanchard(c) d Britt Baker; Laurel Van Ness d Joey Ryan; Christi Jaynes d JC Serious; Joey Ryan defeats Chelsea Green

September 9: NORTH Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Shax d Little Miss Roxxy

September 9: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ) – Mercedes Martinez(c) d Jordynne Grace; Su Yung & Blackwater d Willow Nightingale & Anthony Bennett; Veda Scott & Jason Cade d Rick Cataldo & MJF; Leva Bates & Greg Excellent d Isla Dawn & Dave Crist; Kiera Hogan & Brandon Watts d Ray Lyn & Tim Donst; Maria Manic(c) & Penelope Ford(c) d Brittany Blake & Samantha Heights; Su Yung & Blackwater d Kiera Hogan & Brandon Watts; Veda Scott & Jason Cade d Leva Bates & Greg Excellent; Su Yung & Blackwater d Veda Scott & Jason Cade

September 9: Quest Catch (Quedillac, France) – Amale Winchester d Alex Windsor

September 9: Innovative Pro Wrestling (Bristol, TN) – Nicole Pain d The Super Convict

September 9: The Academy (Telford, Shropshire) – Pablo & Caramita d Kat Von Kaige & Evelyn

September 9: Warriors Of Wrestling (New York City, NY) – Nikki Addams d Jeff Cannonball, Logan Black &TK Luthor; Mike Law d Nikki Addams

September 9: New School Wrestling (Norval, Ontario) – Stephen Elias (c) d Sabrina Kyle by DQ

September 9: FIST Combat (San Diego, CA) – Ruby Raze d Adam Thornstowe; Tyler Bateman d Brody King & Ruby Raze

September 9: NXT Live (Toronto, Ontario) – Aliyah & Ember Moon d Mandy Rose & Vanessa Borne; Nikki Cross d Lacey Evans

September 9: Fenix Rebelion Lucha Libre (Quilpe, Valparaiso, Chile) – Alexandra d Cazador & Pedro Pablo

September 10: KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita Produce (Tokyo, Japan) – Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki vs. KAZUKI & Megumi Yabushita – Time Limit Draw; Yako Fujigasaki d Aoki Itsuki; Command Bolshoi, Jaguar Yokota & Takako Inoue d Ayako Sato, Hamuko Hoshi & Rin Kadokura; KAZUKI d Megumi Yabushita

September 10: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – AZM, Konami & Natsuko Tora d Hanan, Mary Apache & Shiki Shibusawa; Kay Lee Ray d Mandy Leon; Io Shirai d Tam Nakano; Jungle Kyona d HZK; Mayu Iwatani d Xia Brookside; Viper d Hiromi Mimura; Yoko Bito d Kris Wolf; Kagetsu d Hana Kimura

September 10: Ultimate British Wrestling (Biggleswade, Bedfordshire) – Lola d Roxxi Lawless

September 10: PROGRESS Wrestling (London, England) – Toni Storm(c) d Dahlia Black

September 10: Pioneer Valley Promotions (Springfield, MA) – Davienne d Skylar (c)

Misaki Ohata is all bloodied and battered while facing Yuki Miyazaki in a Hardcore match at WAVE’s show at the Kobe Sambo Hall in Hyogo, Japan @purazumax – ©

September 10: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Hyogo, Japan) – Cherry & Kaori Yoneyama d Aoi Kizuki & Moeka Haruhi YASSHI d Keisuke Goto; Ryo Mizunami d Hiroe Nagahama; Hikaru Shida & Nagisa Nozaki d Fairy Nihonbashi & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru; Kaho Kobayashi, Natsu Sumire & Rina Yamashita d ASUKA, Mio Momono & Yumi Ohka; Yuki Miyazaki d Misaki Ohata

September 10: CWF Hollywood (Port Hueneme, CA) – Ruby Raze d Akane Fujita

September 10: K-DOJO (Chiba, Japan) – Bambi & Marines Mask d ERINA & Ricky Fuji

September 10: SENDAI Girls (Niigata, Japan) – Chihiro Hashimoto d Mika Shirahime; Aja Kong & Manami Toyota d DASH Chisako & Meiko Satomura

September 11: Monday Night RAW (Anaheim, CA) – Sasha Banks d Emma

September 12: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – La Vaquerita, Marcela & Sanely d La Comandante, La Seductora & Metalica

September 12: Smackdown Live (Las Vegas, NV) – Natalya(c) d Naomi

September 12: Mae Young Classic (Las Vegas, NV) – Kairi Sane d Shayna Baszler

September 13: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan) – KAZUKI d Konami; Command Bolshoi d Saori Anou; Leon & Rydeen Hagane d Alex Lee & Satsuki Totoro; Hanako Nakamori d Yako Fujigasaki; Manami Toyota d Manami Katsu

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Upcoming (September 15 – May 12th)

September 14–15: 2017 Ted Petty Invitational (Memphis, IN) – Su Yung; Ludark Shaitan

September 15: SHINE 45 (Ybor City, FL) – LuFisto(c) vs Ivelisse vs Holidead; Allysin Kay vs Brandi Lauren; Priscilla Kelly(c) vs Jordynne Grace; Candy Cartwright, Kiera Hogan & Aria Blake vs Aja Perera, Dynamite DiDi & Lea Nox; Vanessa Kraven vs Dementia D’Rose; Stormie Lee vs Lady Chardonnay Darcy; Natalia Markova vs Aerial Monroe

September 15: The Dynasty (Amsterdam, NY) – Christina Marie vs Skylar vs Kennadi Copeland

September 15: RISE 4: Warriors Rise / BellaTrix (Norwich, Norfolk) – Queen Maya vs Alex Windsor(c) vs Lady Lory; Mercedes Martinez vs Skarlett; Shotzi Blackheart(c) vs Chelsea Green; Shax vs Deonna Purrazzo; Charli Evans vs Violet O’Hara; Nikki Knight & Saraya Knight vs Innocence & Leia Elise; Jewells Malone vs Dominita; Erin Angel & El Daluna vs Angel Dust & Rosemary; Amarah vs Jetta; Miss Mina; Karama; Phobia; Amber Roxx

September 15: REINA Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan)

– Absolute Intense Wrestling ©

September 15: Absolute Intense Wrestling (Cleveland, OH) – Britt Baker vs Faye Jackson

September 16: Lucha Forever (Manchester, England) – Kay Lee Ray vs Dahlia Black

September 16: All Action Wrestling (Perth, Australia) – Savannah Summers vs Alexis Lee

September 16: F.I.G.H.T Wrestling (Rockville, MD) – Gemma Cross; Brittany Blake; Kelly Klein

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)

September 16: Premiere Wrestling Xperience (Shelby, NC) – Aerial Monroe vs Lady Katherine Darcy

September 16: Legacy Wrestling (East Petersburg, PA) – Brittany
Blake(c) vs Penelope Ford

September 16: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan)

September 16: Pro Wrestling Magic (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Jordynne Grace(c) vs TBA

September 16: Women Wrestling Stars Mexico (Pachuca, Hidalgo) – Zuzu Devine vs Dulce Luna vs Diosa Atenea vs Lilith Dark

September 16: Newcastle Pro Wrestling (Charlestown, New South Wales) – Madison Eagles; Shazza McKenzie; Facebrooke

September 16: SoCal Pro Wrestling (Oceanside, CA) – Akane Fujita vs Kitana Vera

September 16: Tokyo Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Maki Ito & Mizuki vs Yuka Sakazaki & Shojo Kakajima; Rika Tatsumi & Maho Kurone vs Yuna Manase & Marika Kobashi

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

September 16: Burning Hearts Fighting Entertainment – (Camberwell, London)

September 16: Hikaru Shida Produce (Tokyo, Japan) – Hikaru Shida vs Masato Tanaka

September 16: HOPE Wrestling (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire) – Harley & Shauna vs Hannah James & Charlie Logan

September 16: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Princesa Sugehit vs Zeuxis

September 16: Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling (Hazelton, PA) – Allie Recks vs Sammie Pandora vs Miss Jasmine

September 16: Discovery Wrestling (Edinburgh, Scotland) – Debbie Sharp vs Ayesha Ray; Nina Samuels vs Lucy Cole vs Sammii Jayne vs Martina The Session Moth

September 16: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (New Westminster, British Columbia) – Nicole Matthews vs Christina Von Eerie

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

September 17: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Rina Yamashita(c) vs ASUKA

September 17: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan)

September 17: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Nicole Savoy vs Angel Blue

September 17: IPW: UK (Rochester, England) – Ayesha Ray vs Livvii Grace (c)

September 17: SMASH Wrestling (Etobicoke, Ontario) – Xandra Bale vs Samantha Heights

September 17: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Lady Maravilla, Marcela & Princesa Sugehit vs Amapola, Dalys & Zeuxis

September 17: FutureShock Wrestling (Manchester, England) – April Davids(c) vs Lana Austin

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 18: Marvelous (Kanagawa, Japan)

September 18: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Nanae Takahashi vs Tsukasa Fujimoto; Sareee & Yoshiko vs Ryo Mizunami & Misaki Ohata; Maruko Nagasaki vs ASUKA vs Arisa Nakajima

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 Angelus Layne; Jordynne Grace vs Allie Kat

September 22: Santino Bros. Wrestling (Downey, CA) – Raze vs Tyler Bateman(c) vs Brody King; Delilah Doom(c) vs Heather Monroe

September 22: FEST Wrestling (Chicago, IL) – Kylie Rae vs Su Yung vs Akane Fujita

September 22: Fight Club: PRO (Wolverhampton, West Midlands) – Jessicka Havok vs Millie McKenzie

September 22: Limitless Wrestling (Westbrook, ME) – Skylar vs Willow Nightingale

September 22: HOPE Wrestling (Sheffield, England) – Kat Von Kaige vs Ivy

September 23: PURE-J (Tokyo, Japan) – Leon vs Alex Lee; Aoi Kizuki vs Saori Anou; KAZUKI vs Manami Katsu

September 23: AAA (Quintana Roo, Mexico) – Lady Shani vs La Hiedra

September 23: Brii Combination Wrestling (Elmhurst, NY) – Adira vs Vanity vs Allie Recks

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

September 23: Ice Ribbon (Kanagawa, Japan)

September 23: Pro Wrestling Chaos (Thornbury, Gloucestershire) – Veda Scott vs Sierra Loxton

September 23: Paradise Alley Professional Wrestling (East Haven, CT) – Deonna Purrazzo vs Christina Marie

September 24: Pro Wrestling Takeover (Gorham, ME) – Allie Recks vs Kid Christian

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

September 24: Future Stars Of Wrestling (Las Vegas, NV) – Jessicka Havok vs Heather Monroe

September 24: Beyond Wrestling (Worchester, MA) – LuFisto & Jordynne Grace vs Chuck Taylor & Orange Cassidy

September 24: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Aichi, Japan)

September 24: Zelo Pro Wrestling (Chicago, IL) – Delilah Doom vs Nicole Savoy vs Kikyo vs Kylie Rae vs Laynie Luck; Miranda Salinas vs Tessa Blanchard

– Lucha Forever ©

September 26: Lucha Forever (Manchester, England) – Kay Lee Ray vs Dahlia Black

September 28: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan)

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

September 29: House Of Glory (Queens, NY) – Sonya Strong vs Tessa Blanchard

September 29: Tennessee All-Pro Wrestling (Morrison, TN) – LuFisto(c) vs Aja Perera; Jordynne Grace; Stormie Lee; Laynie Luck; Holidead; Dementia D’Rose; Zoey Skye; Tracy Taylor; April Hunter; Tasha Simone; Ray Lyn

September 29: Scottish Wrestling Alliance (Paisley, Renfrewshire) – Lana Austin & Molly Spartan vs Kasey Owens & Layla Rose

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; Akane Fujita vs Kikutaro

September 30: Alpha Omega Wrestling: UK (Morecambe, Lancashire) – Alexxis Falcon vs Felony(c)

September 30: New York Wrestling Connection (Deer Park, NY) – Terra Calaway

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

September 30: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan)

October 1: Greektown Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Seleziya Sparx vs Alexia Nicole vs Penelope Ford

October 1: Revolution Pro Wrestling (London, England) – Jinny vs Veda Scott

October 1: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan) – Manami Toyota vs Sonoko Kato

October 4: Over The Top Wrestling (Dublin, Ireland) – Veda Scott vs Session Moth Martina

October 5: Lucha Forever (London, England) – Viper; Bea Priestley

October 5: Absolute Wrestling (Newcastle Upon Tyne, England) – Lana Austin vs Little Miss Roxxy

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

October 6: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London) – Sammii Jayne(c) vs Debbie Sharp

October 7: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Viper vs Melanie Gray; Alpha Female vs Laura Di Matteo; Toni Storm vs Jinny; Alex Windsor vs Pauline

October 7: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Melanie Gray vs Jinny

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 7: Apollo Championship Wrestling (Bermondsey, London) – Bea Priestley vs Sammi Baynz

October 8: Mucha Lucha Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) – Priscilla Kelly vs Kiera Hogan vs Kamilla Kane

October 8: Fierce Females (Shawlands, Glasgow) – Lana Austin; Bete Noire; Bea Priestley; Danni Hunter; Leah Owens; Shax; Chakara; Jokey; Isla Dawn; Sammie Jo; Viper; Sara Marie Taylor; Lauren

October 8: Women’s Wrestling Revolution (Providence, RI) – Tessa Blanchard; Deonna Purrazzo; Mia Yim

October 8: XWA Wrestling (Colchester. Essex) – Sammii Jayne; Kay Lee Ray

October 9: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan)

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

October 13th: Ring of Honor (Pittsburgh, PA) – Britt Baker

October 14: North American Wrestling Allegiance (Dallas, TX) – Christi Jaynes vs Machiko vs Simply Luscious vs Taya Valkyrie; Barbi Hayden

October 14: Keystone Championship Wrestling (Darby, PA) – Roni Nicole vs Willow Nightingale vs Faye Jackson

October 14: Lucky Pro Wrestling (Clinton, MA) – Davienne(c) vs Delmi Exo vs Adira vs Isana

October 14: Ring of Honor (Columbus, OH) – Holidead

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

October 15: Glory Pro Wrestling (Alton, IL) – Kylie Rae vs Savanna Stone

October 20: SHINE 46 (Ybor City, FL)

October 21: Black Label Pro (Crown Point, IN) – Nicole Savoy; Jordynne Grace; Angelus Layne & Dominic Garrini vs The Carnies

October 21: East Coast Wrestling Association (Woodbury Heights, NJ) – Karen Q; Deonna Purrazzo; Santana Garrett; Allie Recks; Christina Marie; Skylar

October 21: Future Wrestling Australia (Wolli Creek, New South Wales) – Laurel Van Ness vs Alyna

– Jersey All Pro Wrestling ©

October 21: Jersey All Pro Wrestling (Rahway, NJ) – LuFisto vs Gabby Ortiz vs Penelope Ford vs Katred

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

October 27: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA)

October 28: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Stevenage, Hertfordshire) – Veda Scott

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

October 28: Pro Wrestling Chaos (Hanham, Bristol) – Viper; Sierra Loxton; Jetta; Jamie Hayter; Rhia O’Reilly; Jinny; Dahlia Black; Martina

October 28: Pro Wrestling Revolver (Clive, IA) – Candice LeRae; Tessa Blanchard; Jessicka Havok

October 29: OZ Academy (Kanagawa, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto(c) vs Yoshiko; Mayumi Ozaki & Yumi Ohka vs AKINO(c) & Kaho Kobayashi(c)

October 29: FEST Wrestling (Gainesville, FL) – Aria Blake; Priscilla Kelly; Allie Kat; Su Yung(c) vs Chuck Taylor; Kamilla Kane; Delilah Doom; Trish Adora; Savannah Evans; Laura James & Joey Ryan vs Joey Janela & Penelope Ford; Holidead vs Rachael Ellering

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

November 4: Battle Club Pro (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Santana Garrett vs Jordynne Grace

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

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

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

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

November 12: Dropkick Depression (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Hellen Vale, Katred & Nyla Rose vs Willow Nightingale, Kasey Catal & Kenndi Copeland; Angelus Layne & Terra Calaway vs The Brotein Pack

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

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 18: Three Count Wrestling (Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire) – Charli Evans; Little Miss Roxxy

November 24: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Fairfax, VA)

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

November 25: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Sienna

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) – Priscilla Kelly; Nicole Savoy; Britt Baker; Shotzi Blackheart; LuFisto; Jordynne Grace; Mercedes Martinez

December 2: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Priscilla Kelly; Nicole Savoy; Britt Baker; Shotzi Blackheart; LuFisto; Jordynne Grace; Mercedes Martinez

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

December 2: North American Wrestling Alliance (Dallas, TX) – Kamilla Kaine

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

March 3: BLOOD Brothers Pro Wrestling

May 12: Making Towns Classic (Nashville, TN) – Delilah Doom

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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