Ringbelles Roundup (11/22/17) – Charlie Morgan is EVE’s ace, CANUSA Classic, Nagisa Nozaki is next in line for WAVE’s belt, Queens of Combat, Southside’s Queen of the Ring, Revolution Pro’s women’s tourney, WWR’s debut in Worchester & more

As the saying goes, “There can only be one” and Pro Wrestling: EVE determined that one specific competitor that is their true “ace” during their two-shows a day extravaganza this past weekend in London.

Charlie Morgan became the inaugural winner of Pro Wrestling: EVE’s SHE-1 tournament back on November 12th – Cherryfox Fine Photography ©

Charlie Morgan withstood the harmonious kicks of Meiko Satomura to earn a right to challenge Sammii Jayne, whom she also defeated in this matchup, for a shot at the EVE Championship this coming May. Morgan finished out the tournament and stood victorious with five points after toppling over the likes of Nina Samuels and Nicole Matthews with an Implant DDT. She knocked Samuels out of the running on the third show via pinfall and ended her chances of ever being in title contention. Samuels’ elimination was a receipt for costing Charlie and Kay Lee Ray their matchup of Block A to be ended in a double disqualification after she attacked both competitors. Charlie’s defeat and subsequent dismissal of Samuels from the tournament allotted her the additional two points she needed to win her respective block and qualify for the finals of the SHE-1.

Sammii Jayne, Jamie Hayter, and Laura Di Matteo were locked in a tie after all-three competitors had racked up four points each while working that Sunday afternoon’s card. It was quickly announced that there would be a triple threat match held that night as part of the finale of the SHE-1 to determine the true winner of Block C and the third finalist of the tournament. Meiko Satomura defeated Emi Sakura via pinfall to win Block B and is the only competitor to successfully oust all of her opponents, not suffer any losses or be forced to split a point a piece with another competitor through a draw – then again it is Meiko Satomura for heaven’s sake and she defeated Jetta in under thirty-two seconds in the opener of Block B.

Charlie Morgan pulled out all the stops when it came to nudging closer to becoming the inaugural SHE-1. Sammii Jayne’s best attempt at making the finals a singles affair between she and Satomura came when she ambushed Charlie and put her through a table. She was then carried out of The Resistance Gallery – Morgan eventually made her return like a true babyface that couldn’t be outdone by even some of the worst tactics and won the whole thang and booked her ticket to York Hall where she meets Jayne for her championship match. Pro Wrestling: EVE began announcing their plans to run the tournament a few months back and stated that the winner of the SHE-1 would receive a title shot and headline their first show inside the historic building. York Hall has housed several events for Revolution Pro out in the United Kingdom, Ring of Honor, WWE amongst other promotions after previously being known as a venue for boxing. Another match that’s been officially announced for the show on May 5, 2018, is the colossal meeting between Viper and Aja Kong. Unless Kong is booked elsewhere in Europe before the matchup, this will be Kong’s first time ever wrestling on the continent. While this revelation is quite unbelievable for some people, especially given Kong’s three-decade-long career, it’s practically normal for women of her prestige in Japan to maintain a tenured run in the country not benefit from international exposure.


Nagisa Nozaki is next in line for a shot at Misaki Ohata’s Regina di WAVE Championship – @MandhelingJAPAN ©

The semi-finals and the subsequent finals of the Regina di WAVE number one contender’s tournament was determined last Wednesday in Tokyo, as Nagisa Nozaki will be the one going onto face Misaki Ohata for the title at WAVE’s show at Korakuen Hall on Sunday. The tournament’s first round matches took place at the promotion’s shows this past Saturday and Sunday, as ASUKA bested SAKI following a Moonsault Press and Mio Momono defeated Hiroe Nagahama with the JK Bomb. Former champion Rina Yamashita and Nozaki also advanced in their matchups by defeating Satsuki Totoro and Miyuki Takase respectively. Yamashita and Nozaki squared off in the semifinals on the same show as Momono and ASUKA’s collision. The eventual winner and Momono then moved to the finals where Nozaki won in the main event via referee stoppage after having Momono trapped in the sleeper hold.

Since returning to wrestling after a four-year hiatus, Nozaki has gained a bit of a hot streak in WAVE, even getting the pinfall victory over former champion, Ryo Mizunami last month. Nagisa Nozaki has actually been wrestling for a long while and began her career back in 2006 at the age of fifteen after being trained under the guidance of Etsuko Mito. Her first set of matches happened under the now-defunct, NEO Ladies umbrella and her rookie year was spent taking the pinfall to the promotion’s veterans like Yuki Miyazaki. She eventually began appearing for other promotions after NEO’s closure and found a new home in Ice Ribbon and suffered a string of injuries before reaching her eighteenth birthday. Nozaki’s tiny frame had piled on the injuries in 2009, as she not only fractured her orbital floor but also separated her shoulder that September during a matchup against Hiroyo Matsumoto and Kyoko Inoue – this matchup was supposed to Nozaki’s return to the ring following the eye injury that occurred back in June.

Nozaki’s latest trauma forced her to be pulled from Etsuko Mita’s official retirement match and the spot was handed to Makoto, who sights Mita as her biggest inspiration to get into wrestling. Nozaki then spent thirteen-months on the shelf recovering from shoulder surgery before jumping back into the ring the following July, where she wrestled Syuri in her first match back for NEO. She would be back on the sidelines six days later, as her second match against Nanae Takahashi ended prematurely when Takahashi reportedly dislocated her right shoulder. Despite all of this, she continued to work and eventually wound up jumping to Tajiri’s SMASH promotion. With the closure of NEO Ladies taking place towards the end of 2010, now a freelancer, Nozaki knocked off Yumi Ohka in the opening round of the 2011 Catch the WAVE tournament and went on to pick up a win over Mio Shirai before racking up the losses to Misaki Ohata and Ayumi Kurihara. She was then publicly fired by Kyoko Inoue for no-showing an event for DIANA, with Inoue citing that Nozaki had breached her contract. Nozaki’s response to the incident was an issued apology to Inoue and a revelation that she had considered retirement due to the public embarrassment and needing additional surgery on her shoulder, which took place in February of 2012.

The champion, Misaki Ohata stands face to face with her newest title contender, Nagisa Nozaki – @MandhelingJAPAN ©

She showed up at a Wrestling New Classic show that August and attacked Makoto with a shinai and aligned herself with Hajime Ohara in her official debut for SMASH’s successor. For the first time in her career, Nozaki was performing as a heel and received a “bye” into the semifinals of the Women’s Championship tournament along with Finnish wrestler, Jessica Love. Nozaki’s last-minute inclusion turned out to work in her favor, as she secured the upset win over the promotion’s biggest star, Kana following interference from her Kabushiki gaisha DQN stablemate, Jiro Kuroshio. It appeared to be a motivated suggestion to have Nozaki one-up the veteran and former champion in order to oust her from the promotion officially. However, Kana had beaten them to the punch and moments after match cited that she was “quitting” due to not being compensated for months and being unable to get into contact with its president, Tsutomu Takashima to discuss the matter.

Nozaki’s bad fortunes appeared to have struck again before the tournament finals when she feigned having a broken leg that she claimed was a result of falling over drunk. The injury turned out to be a ruse, as she used it to her advantage to get the upper hand on her opponent, Syuri during the match, which resulted in her first official loss in Wrestling New Classic. Before January’s end in 2013, Nozaki would again be sidelined with an orbital floor fracture and this time, she would sit out of active competition until August of this year. She made her return at WAVE’s tenth-anniversary event alongside Aoi Kizuki and together they were defeated by Mika Iida and former rival, Yuki Miyazaki. It was announced that Nozaki had officially signed on with WAVE’s parent company, Zabun on September 14th and as a result, she’s become an active member of the promotion’s roster and could be on the verge to become its next prodigy through a career resurgence. Its been talked about before in previous articles that it appears that WAVE is pushing a new initiative to promote their younger roster instead of turning to Yumi Ohka or additional veterans on the card to carry the shows going forward. Aside from Ohka, Miyazaki, and Ayako Hamada, the majority of the roster is under the age of thirty-five and employs more rookies and up and coming talent than anything these days.

Nagisa Nozaki’s bumpy road to championship gold is finally happening, as her right to challenge Misaki for the belt on Sunday happens to be her first-ever direct attempt at going after a title. Her continuous bouts with injuries have left her out of title contention for years – Ohata is currently two title defenses into her premature reign with the Regina di WAVE belt, picking up wins over Hiroe Nagahama and Maruko Nagasaki. Yumi Ohka picked up a win over the current tag team champions on Wednesday’s show and has issued a challenge to Takumi Iroha and Rin Kadokura for the titles and has selected semifinalist Mio Momono to be her partner. Otherwise known as “New-Tra,” Kadokura and Iroha won the championships in the finals of the 2017 Dual Shock WAVE tournament back in September when they bested Hiroe Nagahama and Kaho Kobayashi. The title matchup, which has been added to Sunday’s lineup will be the team’s first defense since becoming champions, whereas this will be Ohka’s third stint with the belts if she and Momono happen to win. Another matchup announced for Sunday’s show is hardcore tag team match between Ayako Hamada and Yuki Miyazaki going up against Ryo Mizunami and Rina Yamashita.


Some things that happened over the weekend and this week…

Allie Recks was crowned the inaugural Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling Women’s Champion on Saturday when she defeated four other women, Nyla Rose, Sammi Pandora and Riley Krowe in Hazelton to win the gold… DASH Chisako and KAORU picked up their first title defense of the SENDAI Girls Tag Team straps on Friday as they retained against the tandem of Heidi Katrina and Cassandra Miyagi. The title match closed out the promotion’s latest show at Korakuen Hall; Mika Shirahime and Alex Lee have announced themselves as the next competitors in line for a shot at the belts and the matchup was added to the December 2nd card. Meiko Satomura scored a direct win over the current champion, Chihiro Hashimoto and before she could issue for a rematch for the title, Ayako Hamada suggested that Satomura fight her to determine Hashimoto’s next opponent. No official date has been confirmed for that match and it’s likely to be apart of the December 2nd lineup. However, whoever does come out of the SENDAI Girls World Championship match with the belt, will have Aja Kong waiting in the balance, as she too wants a shot… Nikki Addams made her eighth defense of the WOW Women’s Championship this past Saturday in New York City, as she retained the belt against Davienne… The twelfth annual Lone Star Classic was presented by Anarchy Championship Wrestling on Sunday in Austin. The year’s tournament witnessed Su Yung, former two-time American Joshi Champion making it to the semi-finals where she lost to Barrett Brown after toppling Angel Blue and Steve O Reno in the first round… Ivory Robyn’s first title defense as the IHWE Queen Of the Ring Championship took place in the main event of this past Sunday’s show in Fort Worth, Texas, as she retained the strap against Angelus Layne… Jaylee picked up another successful defense of the OVW Women’s Title this previous Saturday, as she defeated Jessie Belle… Delmi Exo is the new number one contender to the Chaotic Women’s Championship as determined on Friday night in Woburn, Massachusetts. She defeated Alisha Edwards and Davienne and as a result, she’ll go on to face her sister, Ashley Vox for the title sometime down the line… Lacey Lane replaced Diosa Quetzal in Keyra’s title defense this past Saturday in Tijuana. Keyra successfully retained the Crash Femenil Championship against Lane, Christi Jaynes, and Baronessa to pick up her second title retainment… Lady Jasmine retained the Great North Women’s Title against Ailani Iolana this past Sunday in Rockland, IL… Rosemary fended off Amber Nova and Mia Yim in her first successful defense of the AWE Women’s Title on Friday in Melbourne, Florida… Brooke Valentine became the new Impact Pro Wrestling Women’s Champion this past Saturday when she defeated Frankie Jay for the title… Reika Saiki made her second successful title defense of the TOKYO Princess of Princess Championship this past Friday, as she defeated Rika Tatsumi to retain…

Io Shirai moments after unseating Yoko Bito of the Wonder of STARDOM Championship on Sunday. Shirai is now a two-time Wonder of STARDOM Champion – @rain_maker_ti ©

Io Shirai is the new Wonder of STARDOM Champion after unseating Yoko Bito in her third title defense on Sunday in Tokyo. She picked up the win following a Moonsault Press and already has her first title match lined up for this Sunday’s show at Korakuen Hall when she defends the belt against Chardonnay. Kelly Klein and Chardonnay both issued their respective challenges for the championship post-match, with Klein threatening to bring the championship stateside upon her departure from the tour. Klein and Bea Priestley came up short in their attempt to dethrone Kagetsu and Hana Kimura of the Goddesses of STARDOM Titles, as the champions scathed away with their third successful defense of the belts. The biggest news item coming out of Sunday’s show is the sudden announcement that Yoko Bito is electing to retire once again and that her final matchup will be apart of the promotion’s year-end show on December 24th. Bito’s opponent will be announced in the coming weeks; an official reasoning for Bito’s decision has not been reported…

WrestleCircus’ show on Saturday was canceled and they are steadily offering refunds for the matter. The promotion has not explained the cause of the cancellation four days before Tessa Blanchard’s latest Lady of the Ring title defense against Chelsea Green… Mortar successfully retained her NAW Women’s Championship against Kellyanne on Saturday in Glenroy, Victoria. Her title defense since winning the belt was scheduled to take place at New Age Wrestling’s November 4th show, however, the matchup against Kellyanne was postponed due to the champion suffering an injury… Last Saturday, Isana was crowned the inaugural House of Bricks Women’s Champion after beating Tequila Rosee in New Bedford, Massachusetts… There’s only one semifinal matchup left to determine all three finalists in the AAW Women’s Championship tournament. The promotion officially finished out its first round three weeks ago in Berwyn, Illinois, with a local competitor, Kylie Rae pulling out the upset victory over fan favorite, Su Yung. It had appeared that Jessicka Havok’s match against Candice LeRae was going to be apart of that Saturday night’s lineup, as the show included two of the three semifinal matchups taking place. Ivelisse and Rachael Ellering advanced to the three-way finals of the tournament after going over and besting their opponents, Delilah Doom, who had defeated Veda Scott the night before and Kylie respectively. Instead, Havok defeated Allie Kat in a non-tournament matchup that night and the semifinals match has been announced for the December 2nd show in LaSalle, Illinois, as the winner goes on to face Ivelisse and Ellering in the championship finals that same night… RESISTANCE Pro presented their final event on Saturday night in Summit, Illinois, as the promotion has ceased its operations and it appears that going forward that their current champions, Holidead included will continue to defend the belts… Sexy Samantha defeated Saraya Sawyer to retain the Monster Pro Wrestling Women’s Title this past Saturday in Edmonton, Alberta… Angel Hayze successfully retained the Scottish School of Wrestling Diamonds Championship against Ashley Vega on Saturday… Kasey Owens is now a two-time ICW Women’s Champion after defeating Kay Lee Ray for the belt in Glasgow on Sunday. The title change occurred during the Steel Cage matchup, which was officiated by Carmel Jacob at “Fear & Loathing X” and seen Owens escape the four-wall structure after leaving Viper laying and the champion trapped inside. After unseating her sometime in July for the belt, Owens dropped the championship back to Ray in October and went on to make one successful title defense a couple of weeks ago against Viper and Sierra Loxton in Cardiff, Wales. Owens is now once again a double champion, as she currently holds the BEW Women’s Title. She defends the ICW belt against Viper on December 10th in Glasgow.


This year’s lineup for the CANUSA Classic has finally gotten matches and its promotion has been busy rolling out the announcements concerning the annual conflict on Canadian soil.

The teams will be headed by the soon-to-be-retired, Gail Kim and Allie, who is leading the crew from the United States. Let’s get to who’s exactly on these teams – the American side sees multi-time champions, Mercedes Martinez and Cheerleader Melissa working alongside Samantha Heights, Veda Scott and Jordynne Grace. The captains will collide in their own singles matchup, while their teammates will face off in their own clashes. Samantha Heights will be taking on a competitor that displays the same rough exterior as she in Jewells Malone. Jordynne’s debut for the promotion will see her standing on the opposing side of the ring from Alexia Nicole for the first time, as the two have never wrestled before. Another first-time matchup booked for the show is the one between Danyah and Veda Scott, as this will be the Toronto native’s return to the ring since making a one-time small appearance for the promotion last October.

In the last several years, Danyah has taken multiple hiatuses from professional wrestling after being one of the many women that were active in the Toronto area during the mid-2000’s. Dominique Fabiano will not only be making her SMASH debut as part of the Classic, but she’ll be stepping across the Canadian border for the second when she faces Gisele Shaw, who besides a short run with REINA Joshi Pro back in 2016 and a few shows here in the states, still continues to wrestles within the confines of Saskatchewan. Cheerleader Melissa will be taking on one of the more experienced members of the maple leaf team aside from Rosemary in Xandra Bale. The last time Mercedes Martinez faced off with Rosemary, she dropped the Femmes Fatales International Championship to her back in August of 2014 and before that, they faced off in a sanctioned title defense as part of the Volume 62 tapings in April.

Rosemary’s win over Allie in last year’s main event between the captains helped hand the Canadians their first sweep in the CANUSA Classic. In the years past, the American team has always managed to defeat them by having a one-point advantage over the local competitors. Both teams were tied during last year’s show, with Bale, Danyah and Cat Power turning over wins on the likes of Leva Bates, Ingrid Isley, Mia Yim, while Martinez evened up the score with her singles victory over KC Spinelli. From there, the Steel Cage matchup could have resulted in a clean sweep for either group; it gave the Canucks the final ditch effort to beat Allie and her team, which happened. The CANUSA Classic goes down on December 3rd at the Franklin Horner Community Centre in Toronto.


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

Xandra Bale has a chance to become a three-time PWE Flame Champion on Sunday when she challenges two-time titleholder, Stacy Thibault for the title in Oshawa… Faye Jackson and Veda Scott go head-to-head in a Survivor Series styled matchup for this Friday night’s NOVA Pro Wrestling show in Fairfax, Virginia. Jackson’s team consists of Mia Yim, Brittany Blake, Jordynne Grace and LuFisto, while Laynie Luck, Sahara Se7en, and Allie Kat have joined Scott’s and Deonna Purrazzo’s side of things… Jinny’s first title defense of the Maiden of CHAOS Championship is booked for this Sunday’s show in Bradley Stoke, Bristol, as she puts her belt on the line against Sierra Loxton… Tessa Blanchard will be wrestling down under this weekend, as she heads to Australia for back-to-back bookings with World Series Wrestling and their tour through the continent. She faces Indi Hartwell two weeks after working the dark match before the Volume 98 tapings on Friday in Melbourne. She will then go on to face Savannah Summers the following evening in Adelaide, Victoria and finish out the tour with a one-on-one meeting with Shazza McKenzie in Penrith, New South Wales on Monday night and shockingly, this is the going to be the first time she and McKenzie have ever fought… Lana Austin and Saraya Knight will be battling it out to become the inaugural TNT Extreme Women’s Champion on Thursday in Liverpool, Merseyside. Both competitors are currently undefeated in the promotion, with Knight holding wins over the likes of Lizzy Styles and Little Miss Roxxy. Austin has also scored a win over Roxxy and even pulled out the victory over the very decorated Toni Storm. The title contest has since been turned into a Last Woman’s Standing matchup, with the promotion proclaiming that this feud has been two years in the making, as their earliest matches happened in June of 2015 on a show for the Merseyside company. Their most recent clash saw Lana Austin unseat Saraya as the Queen of Southside Championship… Terra Calaway challenges for Willow Nightingale’s Starlet Championship on Saturday in Deer Park, New York… Amarah defends her DOA Women’s Championship against Charlie Morgan this Sunday in Cambridge… Toni Storm has a PROGRESS Women’s Title defense signed for this Sunday’s show in Camden after accepting Alex Windsor’s challenge. Also at Chapter 58, is a No Disqualification matchup that sees the rivalry between Jinny and Dahlia Black come to a head, as the winner will become the newest number one contender and go on to face Storm or Windsor for the championship down the line…

– Queens of Combat ©

Beginning on Friday, WrestleCade takes place this weekend in Winston Salem, North Carolina. The promotional event has announced a Queens of Combat showcase for Sunday, however, besides a bunch of names getting plugged for the main show, no matches had been added to the actual women’s show until now. Current champion Su Yung will be in the house to defend the title against Mia Yim. Brittany Blake and Leva Bates will be taking on Penelope Ford and Maria Manic. Samantha Heights will be going up against Nicole Pain, LuFisto and Rachael Ellering will face off and Zoey Skye (Angel Dust) will go one-on-one with Allie. Another matchup on the bill is one that sees the wager of both opponents’ career is on the line, with the loser being forced into retirement. Miss Diss Lexia has challenged now former-friend, Zane Riley to this matchup as a result of Riley no-showing her wedding and posted a promo to the promotion’s page detailing the betrayal. Ivelisse, Chelsea Green, Taya Valkyrie, Rosemary, Angelina Love, Madison Rayne and more will be apart of WrestleCade’s conventions and autograph signings, while Renee Michelle, Mickie Knuckles, Kylie Rae, Ivory Robyn, Kiera Hogan and more have been added to the Queens of Combat lineup. Weirdly, David McLane’s Women of Wrestling, “WOW Superheroes” for short, is going to be running their first live event on the east coast as part of the annual weekend. The show will include former champion, Jungle Grrrl going up against Lana Star’s new protege, “The Beverly Hills Babe” formerly known as Amber O’Neal.

This weekend’s shows will include two tournaments running on opposite ends of the planet…

Southside Wrestling Entertainment is set to present their second annual Queen of the Ring tournament this Saturday in Sheffield, as the promotion hosts two shows that afternoon and evening in the metropolitan borough of South Yorkshire. This year’s field consists of Viper, Kay Lee Ray, and current champion, Lana Austin competing for the second time around, while competitors like Sienna and Sammii Jayne first appearances will be made through the tournament. Martina, Shanna, and Toni Storm have been invited back by the promotion after working events earlier this year. In addition, there will be non-tournament action, as recent Queen of Southside Champion Saraya Knight will be taking on Kasey Owens.

Kay Lee Ray defended the belt throughout last year’s tournament before dropping it in the finals to Melina, who would then vacate the championship months later. The Scotswoman had recently regained the title from Mia Yim in August and had only been the champion for a mere fifty-six days when the promotion decided to pull the switch. Kay Lee Ray had defeated Jessicka Havok in the semi-finals round and even bested the woman that took the title from her in the first place, Nixon Newell in a Street Fight. One would think that the stipulated matchup between the rivals would be booked for Southside’s tournament finals and not the quarterfinals. However, the “hoss” fight between Havok and Viper wouldn’t have occurred in the case and it’s pretty clear that the promotion wanted that quote on quote “dream” collision to be apart of the tournament’s first run.

Melina was officially announced as an entrant into the Queen of the Ring that June and her in-ring return would be apart of the promotion’s show four months later in West Bridgford. The tag team matchup with Newell happened to be the former multiple-time champion’s first wrestling appearance since working the Covina, California shows for World Wonder Ring STARDOM and their first venture on American soil the previous October. The match was declared a no contest after all four competitors, Kay Lee Ray and Alex Windsor included, ended up taking a dip in a swimming pool. The tournament took place the following day on October 2nd in Sheffield and again, Melina won the entire field and the championship concurrently despite there being a snafu in the semi-finals round.

It was supposed to be Windsor going up against Melina to determine the first of the two finalists, instead, Windsor backed out proclaiming that she was injured during the swimming pool spot the night before. She refused to hand Melina the rightful “bye” into the finals despite working Leah Vaughan with no indication of the alleged impairment in the first round of the tournament. She then announced that her replacement for the matchup would be the already-eliminated Viper. Windsor’s interference eventually became her downfall, as she was knocked off the apron by her accomplice. Melina wrapped things up in a short manner with a delayed Thesz Press that was able to hold Viper down despite the obvious size difference.

The finals consisted of interference after interference, as Stevie Boy, Nixon Newell and Viper all go involved the match and multiple false finishes. Kay Lee Ray almost walked away with the victory after getting a near-fall on Melina following a Gory Bomb. The two-count prompted the champion to secure a steel chair on the outside, but before she could make it back inside and make contact with Melina’s body, the referee intervened and took the weapon from her. The referee’s poor attempts at ejecting Stevie Boy resulted in him hitting the ring again after Melina kicked out of another Gory Bomb from Ray. This time Nixon Newell made the save on Melina’s behalf and brawled with Stevie Boy all the way to the backstage area. Once again the referee is distracted when Viper clobbers Melina from behind with the Queen of Southside Title in hand. Kay Lee Ray then went for quick pinfall on Melina and again she kicked out, leading to Viper rolling back into the ring to re-do the championship spot, however the referee gets bumped here after trying to stop Viper; together the Scotswomen tried once more to put the former Women’s Champion away with a Gory Bomb assisted by Viper from the middle rope. The referee awoke in time to make the two-count after Jessicka Havok dispatched of Viper and at this point, the champion went for her finisher yet again and finally, the match was ended when Melina reversed the hold into an Indian deathlock for the win.

– Southside Wrestling Entertainment ©

The premise of the match was to basically get over the fact that Melina was competing for the first time in years, which was not true and if the idea of ring rust could be preventative in her making it all the way to the finals to face one of the premier performers on the United Kingdom scene and in Europe. Melina held onto the Queen of Southside Championship for a little while, 259-days to be exact before the promotion had officially announced that she had been stripped of the title. She defended the belt three weeks later as part of a six-way in Stevenage and successfully retained against Ray, Dahlia Black, Alex Windsor, Newell and Ruby Summers. Her last title defenses came against Shanna and Kasey Owens, which were held a week apart. Speaking of Owens, she’s left out of the tournament again despite cutting a scathing promo during last year’s show in regards to her non-participation. I wouldn’t be shocked if Owens was to dredge up that same speech at Sunday’s show and once again, chew Southside out for their obvious lack of inclusion. However, her opponent this time around happens to be a former champion, whereas last year she faced off against Ruby Summers (Radley), who doesn’t hold the same candle when it comes to experience. Saraya Knight is implanted into Southside’s current women’s scene, whereas Summers at the time was only making small appearances and putting over its core roster.

Owens called out the winner of the tournament in her promo and stated that whoever won the finals, she wanted to be the next competitor to challenge them for the championship, which she did and was unsuccessful. In Toni Storm’s case, this year alone she’s won four of the seven tournaments she’s competed in and became the first wrestler to win STARDOM’s annual Cinderella and 5*STAR Grand Prix in the same calendar year. She’s even come into a championship reign by proxy of winning a tournament and is the current titleholder of PROGRESS’ women’s belt and already has a title shot lined up in the new year when she faces the eventual winner of the WXW Women’s Championship tournament. Viper lost to Storm in the finals of Westside Xtreme Wrestling’s women’s tourney back in October and is currently doubling down on bookings in Europe before heading back to Japan to help defend the Artist of STARDOM Championship alongside with HZK and Io Shirai. Besides not having the best luck in tournaments this year alone where’s she’s either eliminated before or during the semifinals, Viper is the reigning Fierce Females Champion, a belt she’s held onto for over 908-days and counting with her latest defense coming against Bea Priestley at the promotion’s return show last month.

Sammii Jayne is the current holder of not one, not two, but three championships right now after capturing the Discovery Wrestling Women’s Title over this past weekend, as she defeated Ayesha Ray, Lucy Cole and Martina to become the inaugural titleholder. Jayne is currently the Pro Wrestling: EVE and RCW Women’s Champion. Back in September, she unseated Santana Garrett of the title during the Spanish promotion’s (Revolution Championship Wrestling) weekend of shows in Barcelona and Calpe and most recently picked up her eighth defense of the EVE belt. Besides becoming the newest Queen of Southside Champion, Lana Austin has stepped her game up in terms of turning things around. She bested the former titleholder in a one-on-one singles matchup in May and went on to defeat Kay Lee Ray again in August, as part of a No Disqualification four-way in St. Neots. She unseated Saraya Knight in her first title defense as champion at the tail-end of October; it’s shocking that Knight is not involved in this tournament in any form. The standings in the tournament will see Viper going up against Martina, Shanna going up against Sienna, Toni Storm going one-on-one with Kay Lee Ray and champions, Sammii Jayne and Lana Austin colliding – Southside Wrestling has not confirmed whether the Queen of Southside will be defended throughout the tournament or not.

Beyond Wrestling’s year-annual tournament receives a feminine touch for the second time around, as Women’s Wrestling Revolution will be holding its own version of the “Tournament For Tomorrow”…

This Sunday marks the official debut of the women’s promotion in its new home for now in Worchester, Massachusetts after its original stomping grounds, The Aurora was closed down in October. The promotion presented a female dubbed version of the tournament as part of last November’s doubleheader with Beyond in Providence, which featured the standings being spread throughout two days that the promotion was working in the city. Four matches have been announced for the tournament and it features clashes between Tasha Steelz and Terra Calaway and Jordynne Grace going up against “Hot Scoop” Skylar. Vanity – Davienne and Karen Q’s second-ever singles match against Willow Nightingale since unsuccessfully challenging for the Starlet Championship in July will also be apart of the first round of the tournament.

Besides the eight-woman contest, the promotion has three additional non-tournament matches booked for the show. The first one sees Sonya Strong finally getting to settle her quote on quote grudge with Veda Scott after calling her out amongst others at a previous show in a blistering promo, which you can see here. Strong’s words might have come back to bite her though; at “Adios Aurora,” Deonna Purrazzo, Karen Q, and Tasha Steelz helped Tessa Blanchard secure the win over Strong as a result of the latina’s public service announcement. Its unknown as to whether Scott will be aided during her matchup against Strong or not, because all three assailants are booked on the card and aside from being caught up in the tournament standings, Purrazzo will be closing another Women’s Wrestling Revolution show as part of the debut at the Electric Haze. It’s also interesting to note that Sonya Strong might have a fiery promo prepared for her absence from the tournament – Scott made it to the finals of last year’s version against the winner, Kimber Lee and is also absent.

Purrazzo will be wrestling Madison Rayne in her first appearance for the promotion and following this matchup, the expectations have to be at its highest in terms of getting that “dream” opponent and continuing on Purrazzo’s story. She’s sometimes addressed as Alisha Edwards, but for those more familiar with her former moniker, “Alexxis Nevaeh,” Edwards will be in non-tournament competition against Jenny Rose and believe it or not, the match is going to be their first-ever singles fight since colliding during the Uncensored Rumble (Women Superstars Uncensored) back in August of 2013. Solo Darling will be making her return on Sunday after last competing at the November shows while Allie Kat’s official debut will be apart of the show. Ashley Vox and Delmi Exo will also be returning following their loss to Edwards and Taeler Hendrix in October.


Another tournament that’s going to be taking place soon is the one being put on by Revolution Pro out in the United Kingdom.

The promotion has made the decision to grant it’s budding women’s division a championship five-years into its operation this coming January and has announced that they will be crowning the inaugural titleholder on the seventh of that month through a tournament that’s currently shaping up. The first competitor to be entered into the championship foray actually declared themselves for the tournament back on November 5th, as Jinny tossed her hat into the mix by announcing her participation in hopes of claiming her rightful spot as the “queen” of the British wrestling scene. She’s been proven to be unstoppable when it comes to defending that title she’s anointed herself with and remains undefeated in the promotion, as this year alone she’s overcome every opponent that’s been stacked against her.

Beginning with her promotional debut last June, Jinny bested U.K based competitor, Addy Starr in one of her final three bookings before bidding retirement that year. Her momentum continued on through the remainder of 2016, coupled with wins over Xia Brookside and the sixth entrant into the tournament, Zoe Lucas. Lucas’ worked some of the earliest women’s matches in the promotion back in 2015 when she wrestled Jamie Hayter to a disqualification finish that ended up going in Lucas’ favor, as she was the victor. The matchup was pre-taped during the Portsmouth show at the Mountbatten Centre that July and it was follow up to Hayter’s win over the hometown hero in June and was later broadcast to their YouTube channel as part of their then-televised episodes.

Does Jinny stand a chance at winning another women’s championship tournament in the new year? – Revolution Pro Wrestling U.K ©

Following her championship declaration, Jinny has issued an open challenge for Revolution Pro’s sold-out December 8th show, “Uprising” at York Hall. The match will be the first time the women have worked inside the building, to which the promotion has stated that once they had begun a fledgling division, the women will be front and center when they host the venue again. Deonna Purrazzo was the second competitor announced for the tournament and besides working RISE’s showcase with BellaTrix back in September, the show will be Purrazzo’s second time working in the United Kingdom and will also be her official debut for Revolution Pro Wrestling. Millie McKenzie, Zan Phoenix, and Nina Samuels are the other competitors named for the championship tournament and while the lineup consists of six participants thus far, it doesn’t appear that the promotion will be pushing the numbers up and implementing additional people into the matchups.



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Ember Moon was crowned the NXT Women’s Champion on Saturday after defeating Kairi Sane, Peyton Royce and Nikki Cross at TakeOver: WarGames to become the sixth titleholder… Paige made her official return to the company during Monday’s RAW and brought Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose along for the ride as they attacked Mickie James, Sasha Banks and Bayley, with Alicia Fox getting away. Alexa Bliss was also attacked by the new trio – the same deal happened on Smackdown with Ruby Riot, Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan taking out Naomi and Becky Lynch backstage and going onto interruprt the Women’s Title matchup between Charlotte and Natalya

North America

Britt Baker’s next defense of the IWC Women’s Championship has been announced for December 9th when she puts her title on the line against Ray Lyn, Katie Arquette and former champion, LuFisto… British Empire Wrestling has announced that Jennifer Blake will be joining KC Spinelli in addition to Shawna Reed overseas this coming December 3rd for their show in London. Reed and Blake will square off in a three-way match against Kat Von Kaige that consists of a deed being on the line, as the winner will receive an opportunity to pick of a match of their choosing in 2018. Another match booked for December 3rd is the one between Jetta and the debuting Sadie Gibbs… Fiesta Pro Wrestling has announced some matches for it’s December 1st show in Skillman, New Jersey. Karen Q will be taking on Tasha Steelz, Maria Manic will be going up against Candy Cartwright and Faye Jackson will take on Nadi… Barbi Hayden makes her official debut for Sabotage Wrestling on January 19th. The promotion will be running a sequel to their “War of the Genders” show that evening in Austin. Thunder Rosa, Leva Bates, Kylie Rae, Robyn Reid, Raze and current champion, Heather Monroe will also be on deck for the show… NOVA Pro Wrestling has announced that Angelus Layne is now suspended for forty-five days following her and Dominic Garrini’s actions at the recent show… Ashley America wrestles her first match back inside a ring on December 2nd for CLASH’s show in Taylor, Michigan. She’ll be taking on Cali Young and Maria James that night; Ashley called it quits in February of 2016 after revealing via Facebook that she had been on the receiving end of several concussions and her latest, had caused her vision to be impaired and suffered multiple symptoms like nausea and numbness in her feet. She claimed that the concussions came as a result of someone that she used to train with repeatedly hitting her in the head over time, causing her to be susceptible to being concussed… Jenny Rose has announced that she’ll be taking on Gabby Ortiz at her promotion’s, ASPIRE Pro Wrestling show on December 3rd in Pennsauken, New Jersey… Jessicka Havok will be apart of Alternative Wrestling Show’s sixteenth-anniversary show on March 24th, as she goes one-on-one with Raze for the first time. The promotion has also announced Barbi Hayden’s opponent for her debut on January 27th, as she’s set to take on Desi Derata. Another matchup added to that show is the contest between Ivelisse and Shotzi Blackheart… Capital Wrestling Alliance has announced the first set of qualifiers for their Raven Black tournament, that takes place at the promotion’s debut show on January 27th. Davienne will be going up against Angelus Layne and Jordynne Grace in one of the first round matchups – I must say that this combination of competitors is very intriguing. Kylie Rae will be taking on Thunder Rosa and Lacey Lane in the other quarterfinal matchup. Tess Valentine will be taking on Santana Garrett and Nikki Addams and Candy Cartwright go up against Deonna Purrazzo and one other opponent, whose identity remains a mystery. Another tag team match has been added to the show’s card, as Skylar and Hyan take on Maria James and Hannah Hartkopf… The venue for The Making Towns Classic has been announced and the first annual women’s tournament will be taking place at the Fairgrounds Nashville on May 12th. IHWE’s show in Benbrook, Texas on December 17th will now feature the fourth qualifying matchup for the tournament, that sees Hudson Envy pitted against local talent, Laynie Luck. Savanna Stone, Delilah Doom, Su Yung and Jordynne Grace have already qualified for the big tourney; Grace will also be apart of the show’s lineup. She takes on Miranda Salinas and Su Yung… Santana Garrett takes on Laurel Van Ness for MLW’s “Never Say Never” on December 7th


It’s been announced that Kaho Kobayashi will be heading to Mexico for work with CMLL sometime in January. Kobayashi is the current CMLL-REINA International Junior Champion and has yet to defend the belt since defeating La Jarochita for it back in September… Yuina reportedly injured her foot during her matchup against Kaori Yoneyama today in Tokyo, leading to Yoneyama picking up the win via referee stoppage… The return of Viper, Kay Lee Ray, and Xia Brookside has been announced for STARDOM’s January 6th show in Osaka. Nicole Savoy, Rachael Ellering, and Miranda Salinas debuts for the promotion and its country will also be apart of that lineup in addition to the February 4th show in Kyoto… Two new rookies have joined Chigusa Nagayo’s Marvelous roster and their in-ring debuts are set for this Saturday’s show and the December 25th show in Tokyo


Dragon Pro Wrestling has announced a number one contender’s match for their December 3rd show in Newport, Wales. Sierra Loxton will be taking on Viper and Sofia Ari in a triple threat to determine the next challenger to Jetta’s belt. Earlier this year, Loxton was unsuccessful in her attempt to unseat Jetta in her first title defense two months after becoming the first Celtic Crown Women’s Champion. Jetta has not defended the title since retaining against Loxton in February… German Wrestling Federation has released the official flyer for their upcoming women’s show on December 9th in Berlin. Pollyanna, Wesna Busic, Shanna, Melanie Gray, Audrey Bride, Blue Nikita and Ayesha Ray are the collected cast that grace the Women’s Wrestling Revolution poster and will be apart of the sixth event that sees Harvey defending her title against Pollyanna in her first defense as champion. Blue Nikita will officially end her almost-one-year absence from wrestling by appearing on this show; the promotion has also announced the debut of Valkyrie (not to be confused with SHINE Wrestling’s stable). She was trained by the Fight Factory out in Ireland and has worked for the country’s own, Over The Top Wrestling and MegaSlam Wrestling. The women’s event will mark her official debut in Germany… Kay Lee Ray challenges Martina for the OTT Women’s Championship on December 9th… Shropshire Wrestling Alliance has added a street fight to their December 2nd lineup, as Jayde and Chuck Cyrus go up against the duo of Kat Von Kaige and Ashley Dunn. The promotion has also announced that they will be holding their first-ever women’s event in 2018… Kasey Owens and Sammii Jayne will square for the first time in singles competition on December 2nd for WrestleZone’s event in Aberdeen, Scotland… Preston City Wrestling has announced that on December 16th their all women’s event will broadcast live on Powerbomb’s network and features the first-time matchup between Nightshade and Viper. Lucy Cole, Veda Scott, Sierra Loxton and Martina will also be apart of the show


Lady Maravilla was the special guest referee for the Steel Cage match at Lucha Memes’ show on Monday that saw Silueta defeat Keyra… Big Mami replaced Ayako Hamada during AAA’s show in Chihuahua, Mexico on Sunday. She and La Hiedra faced off against the returning Faby Apache and lost. Lady Shani appeared to have injured her leg on that same during her matchup against Venus… Current champions, Keira, Lady Shani and La Hiedra are scheduled to be apart of Johnny Rodz’s World of Unpredictable Wrestling show on December 9th in Woodside, New York along with Jenny Rose and Lacey Lane

Australia & New Zealand

A grudge match between Kellyanne and Indi Hartwell has been announced for Melbourne City Wrestling’s December 16th show in Thornbury, Victoria


Results (November 15th – 22nd)

November 15: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Mio Momono d ASUKA; Nagisa Nozaki vs. Rina Yamashita – Time Limit Draw; Nagisa Nozaki d Rina Yamashita; Miyuki Takase & Satsuki Totoro d Hiroe Nagahama & SAKI; Misaki Ohata & Ryo Mizunami d Ayako Hamada & Moeka Haruhi; Yuki Miyazaki & Yumi Ohka d Rin Kadokura & Takumi Iroha; Nagisa Nozaki d Mio Momono

November 15: International Wrestling Revolution Group (Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico) – Lili Dark & Ludark Shaitan d Diosa Atenea & Dulce Luna

November 15: PROGRESS (London, England) – Millie McKenzie d Laura Di Matteo; Candyfloss d Nina Samuels

November 16: AAA (Iztapalapa, Mexico) – Faby Apache d Lady Shani & La Hiedra

November 16: NXT Live (Cedar Park, TX) – Kairi Sane d Billie Kay; Sonya Deville d Ruby Riot

November 17: Ring of Honor (San Antonio, TX) – Deonna Purrazzo d Britt Baker

November 17: SENDAI Girls (Tokyo, Japan) – DASH Chisako(c) & KAORU(c) d Cassandra Miaygi & Heidi Katrina; Ami Sato d Manami; Aiger d Sakura Hirota; Hiroyo Matsumoto, La Rosa Negra & Mio Momono d Alex Lee, Ami Sato & Hikaru Shida; Hana Kimura d Mika Shirahime; Aja Kong & Meiko Satomura d Ayako Hamada & Chihiro Hashimoto

November 17: Tried-N-True Pro Wrestling (Clarksville, TN) – Madison Rayne d Renee Michelle

November 17: Atomic Wrestling Entertainment (Melbourne, FL) – Rosemary(c) d Mia Yim & Amber Nova

November 17: CHIKARA (Kennebunk, ME) – Donald Kluger & Jasper Tippins d Solo Darling & Travis Huckabee

November 17: The Dynasty (Port Jervis, NY) – Jawsolyn d Xtina Marie

Delmi Exo defeated Alisha Edwards and Davienne to become next in line for a shot at Ashley Vox’s Women’s Championship on Friday in Woburn, Massachusetts – David Falcon ©

November 17: Chaotic Wrestling (Woburn, MA) – Delmi Exo d Alisha Edwards & Davienne

November 17: American Combat Wrestling (Port Richey, FL) – Salina de la Renta d Aspyn Rose & Kaci Lennox

November 17: NXT Live (San Antonio, TX) – Kairi Sane d Peyton Royce

November 18: Orange County Championship Wrestling (Stanton, CA) – Tab Jackson d Hydie

November 18: Professional Championship Wrestling (Ferntree Gully, Victoria) – Indi Hartwell d Miss Niki Nitro

November 18: Showcase Pro Wrestling (Taunton, MA) – Amanda Fox d Alec Price

November 18: WrestlePro (Rahway, NJ) – Rosemary d Kris Statlander

November 18: Baja Star’s USA (San Diego, CA) – Chik Tormenta d Lady Lee

November 18: Proving Ground Pro (Petersburg, IL) – Savanna Stone d Rayne Victoria & Sierra

November 18: Championship Wrestling Entertainment (Port St. Lucie, FL) – Ace Slater, Amber Nova & Chasyn Rance d Jay Sky, Kaci Lennox & Richard King

November 18: IWA Mid-South (Memphis, IN) – Amazing Maria d Nate Gnarly

November 18: Promociones NOBA (Acapulco, Mexico) – Bizarro d Sexy Lola, Arana Negra, Bulldog, Crazy Thengu, Guerrero Jr., Kilates, Kraken, Miss Marvel, Optimus, Pócima Letal, Saurom, Tormento Solar & Toxico

November 18: Northern Championship Wrestling (St-Therese, Quebec) – Leon Saver & Mary Lee Rose d Cecil Nyx & Deeno Benjamin

November 18: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Hamuko Hoshi & Karen DATE d Asahi & Mochi Miyagi; Kyuri d Ibuki Hoshi; Matsuya Uno & Maya Yukihi d Nao DATE & Tsukasa Fujimoto; Maika Ozaki, Nori DATE & Satsuki Totoro d Julia, Maruko Nagasaki & Risa Sera

November 18: Premier Championship Wrestling (Cleveland, OH) – Joseline Navarro d Ray Lyn & Jinx

November 18: Westside Extreme Wrestling (Dresden, Germany) – Martina d Jinny

November 18: Federation Lutte Quebecoise/ SMASH Wrestling (Montreal, Quebec) – Vanessa Kraven d Stefany Sinclair

November 18: New Age Wrestling (Glenroy, Victoria) – Mortar(c) d Kellyanne

November 18: Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling (Hazelton, PA) – Allie Recks d Sammi Pandora, Nyla Rose & Riley Krowe

November 18: NXT (Houston, TX) – Ruby Riot d Sonya Deville

November 18: Ring of Honor (Dallas, TX) – Deonna Purrazzo d Karen Q

November 18: NXT TakeOver: WarGames (Houston, TX) – Ember Moon d Kairi Sane, Nikki Cross & Peyton Royce

November 18-19: Australasian Wrestling Federation (Wayville, Southern Australia) – Savannah Summers d Jasmin; Jasmin d Riley

November 19: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) – Io Shirai d Yoko Bito(c); Ruaka d Hanan; Jungle Kyona, Kaori Yoneyama & Natsuko Tora d Konami, Shiki Shibusawa & Starlight Kid; Momo Watanabe d Kris Wolf; Hana Kimura(c) & Kagetsu(c) d Kelly Klein & Bea Priestley; Sumire Natsu d Hiromi Mimura; Chardonnay & Scarlett d AZM & HZK

Kasey Owens with the ICW Women’s Championship hoisted up high after beating Kay Lee Ray and Viper in a Steel Cage match – David J. Wilson ©

November 19: Insane Championship Wrestling (Glasgow, Scotland) – Kasey Owens d Kay Lee Ray(c) & Viper

November 19: FutureShock Wrestling (Stockport, Greater Manchester) – Lana Austin, John McGregor & Sexy Kev d Evee Blackwood, Ace Matthews & David Graves

November 19: Mariko Yoshida Retirement Show (Tokyo, Japan) – Kyoko Inoue, Takako Inoue & Mariko Yoshida d Debbie Malenko, Jaguar Yokota & Kaoru Ito; Aja Kong, AKINO & Mary Apache defeat Leon, Mariko Yoshida & Cheerleader Melissa; Aoi Kizuki & Misaki Ohata defeat Bambi & Cherry; Hiroyo Matsumoto d Mariko Yoshida

November 19: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Su Yung d Angel Blue & Steve O Reno; Barrett Brown d Su Yung

November 19: Ring of Honor (Oklahoma City, OK) – Deonna Purrazzo d Madison Rayne

November 19: SMASH Wrestling (London, Ontario) – Allie d KC Spinelli

November 19: Orlando Pro Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Amber Nova & Chasyn Rance d Deon James & Salina de la Renta

November 19: Survivor Series (Houston, TX) – Alicia Fox, Asuka, Bayley, Nia Jax & Sasha Banks d Becky Lynch, Carmella, Naomi, Natalya & Tamina; Charlotte d Alexa Bliss

November 19: HOPE Wrestling (Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire) – Bobbi Tyler & Jayde d Ashleigh Stark & Chakara

November 19: CMLL (Puebla, Mexico) – Dalys d La Vaquerita

November 19: AAA (Chihuahua, Mexico) – Lady Shani d Venus; Faby Apache b La Hiedra & Big Mami

November 19: Orlando Pro Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Daniele Dentice D’accadia d The British Wolf; Amber Nova & Chasyn Rance d Deon James & Salina de la Renta

November 19: Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (Marietta, GA) – Kiera Hogan d Aria Blake; Kamilla Kaine d Shotzi Blackheart

November 20: Monday Night RAW (Houston, TX) – Asuka d Dana Brooke; Alicia Fox vs. Bayley vs. Mickie James vs. Sasha Banks – No Contest

November 20: Lucha Memes (Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico) – Silueta d Keyra

November 21: DDT (Shiga, Japan) – Saki Akai d Antonio Honda, Danshoku Dino, Kazuki Hirata, Kazusada Higuchi, Keisuke Ishii & Toru Owashi

November 21: Smackdown Live (Houston, TX) – Natalya d Charlotte Flair (c) by DQ

November 21: REINA Joshi Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Riho d Konatsu; Emi Sakura d Sae; Kaho Kobayashi & Miku Aono d Hikari Shimizu & Natsumi Maki; Kaori Yoneyama d Yuina; Mari Sakamoto & Saori Anou d Nao Kakuta & Tae Honma

Silueta diving high during CMLL’s show on Tuesday in Mexico City – Consejo Mundial Lucha Libre ©

November 21: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Marcela, Princesa Sugehit & Silueta d Metálica, Reyna Isis & Tiffany

November 22: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Rin Kadokura vs Maruko Nagasaki – Time Limit Draw; La Rosa Negra & Hiroe Nagahama d ASUKA & Kaho Kobayashi; Ayako Hamada, Mio Momono & Saki Akai d Nanae Takahashi, Rina Yamashita & Satsuki Totoro; Arisa Nakajima & Ryo Mizunami d Tsukasa Fujimoto & Yoshiko


Upcoming (November 23rd – December 8th)

November 23: TNT Extreme Wrestling (Liverpool, Merseyside) – Saraya Knight vs Lana Austin

November 24: Main Event Wrestling (Longbenton, North Tyneside) – Little Miss Roxxy vs Debbie Sharp

November 24: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Fairfax, VA) – Faye Jackson, Mia Yim, Brittany Blake, Jordynne Grace & LuFisto vs Veda Scott, Sahara Se7en, Laynie Luck, Deonna Purrazzo & Allie Kat

November 24: C*4 Wrestling (Ottawa, Ontario) – Vanessa Kraven vs Sebastian Suave

November 24: Gatoh Move (Tokyo, Japan)

November 24: World Series Wrestling (Melbourne, Victoria) – Tessa Blanchard vs Indi Hartwell

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

November 25: DOA Wrestling (Cambridge, England) – Amarah(c) vs Charlie Morgan

November 25: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Sammii Jayne vs Lana Austin; Viper vs Martina; Shanna vs Sienna; Kasey Owens vs Saraya Knight; Toni Storm vs Kay Lee Ray

November 25: Starrcade (Greensboro, NC) – Charlotte vs Natalya(c)

November 25: World Series Wrestling (Adelaide, Victoria) – Tessa Blanchard vs Savannah Summers

November 25: Pro Wrestling CHAOS (Bradley Stoke, Bristol) – Sierra Loxton vs Jinny(c)

November 25: East Coast Wrestling Association (Atlantic City, NJ) – Deonna Purrazzo vs Karen Q(c)

November 25: BWE Wrestling (Bradford, West Yorkshire) – Little Miss Roxxy(c) vs Xia Brookside

November 25: New York Wrestling Connection (Deer Park, NY) – Willow Nightingale(c) vs Terra Calaway

November 25: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) – Kasey Owens, Kay Lee Ray & Sammii Jayne vs Sienna, Lana Austin & Saraya Knight; Martina & Joseph Conners vs Shanna & Alex Gracie

November 26: Pro Wrestling Eclipse (Oshawa, Ontario) – Xandra Bale vs Stacy Thibault(c)

November 26: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan) Chardonnay vs Io Shirai(c); Mari Apache & Yoko Bito vs Natsuko Tora & Jungle Kyona; Kelly Klein, Scarlett & Bea Priestley vs HZK, AZM & Momo Watanabe; Kagetsu, Kris Wolf & Hana Kimura vs Starlight Kid, Konami & Hiromi Mimura; Sumire Natsu vs Shiki Shibusawa; Ruaka vs Hanan

November 26: Queens of Combat (Winston Salem, NC) – Su Yung(c) vs Mia Yim; Brittany Blake & Leva Bates vs Penelope Ford & Maria Manic; Savannah Evans; Madi Maxx; LuFisto vs Rachael Ellering; Zoey Skye vs Allie; Zane Riley vs Miss Diss Lexia; Samantha Heights vs Nicole Pain; Mickie Knuckles; Renee Michelle; Kiera Hogan; Aja Perera; Kylie Rae; Ivory Robyn

November 26: Tidal Championship Wrestling (Leeds, West Yorkshire) – Little Miss Roxxy vs Evee Black

November 26: National Pro Wrestling League (Petaluma, CA) – Taeler Hendrix vs Shotzi Blackheart; Gisele Shaw vs Desi Derata

November 26: APEX Pro Wrestling (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire) – Alex Windsor vs Jayde

November 26: OZ Academy (Yokohama, Japan)

– Women’s Wrestling Revolution ©

November 26: Women’s Wrestling Revolution (Worchester, MA) – Madison Rayne vs Deonna Purrazzo; Alexxis Nevaeh vs Jenny Rose; Allie Kat; Solo Darling; Ashley Vox; Delmi Exo; Veda Scott vs Sonya Strong; Tasha Steelz vs Terra Calaway; Willow Nightingale vs Karen Q; Jordynne Grace vs Skylar; Vanity vs Davienne

November 26: PROGRESS (Camden, London) – Jinny vs Dahlia Black; Toni Storm(c) vs Alex Windsor

November 26: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Kyusei Sakura Hirota & Miki Tanaka vs Fairy Nipponbashi & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru; Ayako Hamada & Yuki Miyazaki vs Mio Momono & Rina Yamashita; ASUKA vs Chihiro Hashimoto; Takumi Iroha(c) & Rin Kadokura(c) Yumi Ohka & Yuki Miyazaki; Misaki Ohata(c) vs Nagisa Nozaki

November 27: World Series Wrestling (Penrith, New South Wales) – Tessa Blanchard vs Shazza McKenzie

November 28: CMLL (Guadalajara, Mexico) – La Vaquerita, Marcela & Princesa Sugehit vs Amapola, Metálica & Reyna Isis

November 29: The Crash (San Luis Potosi, Mexico) – Keyra & Tiago vs Pegazus & Vanilla Vargas, Christi Jaynes & Zumbi

December 1: RISE 6: Brutality (South Gate, CA) – Shotzi Blackheart vs Kris Wolf; LuFisto vs Dust; Delilah Doom(c) vs Rosemary; Mercedes Martinez vs Toni Storm(c); Taya Valkyrie, Andrew Everett & TBD vs Jimmy Jacobs, Raze & TBD; Penelope Ford; Aerial Monroe; Willow Nightingale; Chelsea Green; Priscilla Kelly; Nicole Savoy; Britt Baker; Jordynne Grace; Cheerleader Melissa; Kylie Rae

December 1: Pure Wrestling Association (Guelph, Ontario) – Beautiful Beaa

December 1: The Crash (Tijuana, Baja California) – Christi Jaynes, Keyra & Lacey Lane vs Black Danger, Jonathan & Último Maldito

December 1: Fiesta Pro Wrestling (Skillman, NJ) – Karen Q vs Tasha Steelz; Allie Recks; Faye Jackson vs Nadi; Maria Manic vs Candy Cartwright; Penelope Ford

December 1: Black Label Pro (Crown Point, IN) – Mia Yim vs Sage Phillips

December 2: WrestleZone (Aberdeen, Scotland) – Kasey Owens vs Sammii Jayne

December 2: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Shotzi Blackheart vs Rosemary; LuFisto & Jordynne Grace vs Sage Sin & Raze; Chelsea Green, Deonna Purrazzo & Delilah Doom vs Priscilla Kelly, Mercedes Martinez & Cheerleader Melissa; Nicole Savoy(c) vs Kris Wolf; Lacey Lane vs Maritza Janett vs Jewells Malone vs Trixie Tash vs Willow Nightingale vs Aerial Monroe vs Savannah Evans; Hawlee Layne vs Layne Rosario

December 2: CLASH Wrestling (Taylor, MI) – Cali Young vs Ashley America vs Maria James

December 2: AAW (LaSalle, IL) – Candice LeRae vs Jessicka Havok; Ivelisse vs Rachael Ellering vs TBD

December 2: Pro Wrestling Goulburn (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory) – Bindi Valentine vs Kellyanne

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

December 2: Shropshire Wrestling Alliance (Telford, England) – Jayde & Chuck Cyrus vs of Kat Von Kaige & Ashley Dunn

December 3: Dragon Pro Wrestling (Newport, Wales) – Sierra Loxton vs Viper vs Sofia Ari

December 3: ASPIRE Pro Wrestling (Pennsauken, NJ) – Gabby Ortiz vs Jenny Rose

December 3: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan) – Tsubasa Kuragaki vs Yoshiko(c); Aja Kong vs Hiroyo Matsumoto

December 3: British Empire Wrestling (Mitcham, London) – Jetta vs Sadie Gibbs; Savannah Summers; KC Spinelli; Kasey Owens(c); Jennifer Blake vs Kat Von Kaige vs Shawna Reed

December 3: SMASH Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Cheerleader Melissa vs Xandra Bale; Samantha Heights vs Jewells Malone; Mercedes Martinez vs Rosemary; Allie vs Gail Kim; Veda Scott vs Danyah; Jordynne Grace vs Alexia Nicole; Dominique Fabiano vs Gisele Shaw

December 3: Revolution Pro: U.K (London, England) – Jinny vs Charli Evans

December 3: PURE-J (Miyagi, Japan) – Yako Fujigasaki vs Command Bolshoi; Tsukasa Fujimoto vs Leon

December 4: WeAreDefiant Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Kay Lee Ray vs Veda Scott

December 7: F1RST Wrestling (Minneapolis, MN) – Su Yung; Rain

December 7: MLW’s Never Say Never (Orlando, FL) – Santana Garrett vs Laurel Van Ness

December 8: Revolution Pro: U.K (London, England) – Jinny vs TBD

December 8-9: FEST Wrestling (St. Augustine, FL) – Priscilla Kelly vs Joey Ryan vs Vandal Ortagun; Aria Blake vs CJ O’Doyle vs Saieve Al Sabah

December 8: Harcore Hustle Organization (Williamstown, NJ) – Maria Manic

December 9: German Wrestling Federation (Berlin, Germany) – Katey Harvey(c) vs Pollyanna; Shanna; Wesna Busic; Melanie Gray; Ayesha Ray; Audrey Bride; Blue Nikita; Valkyrie

December 9: World of Unpredictable Wrestling (Woodside, NY) – Keira; Jenny Rose; Lady Shani; Lacey Lane; La Hiedra

December 9: International Wrestling Cartel (Elizabeth, PA) – Britt Baker(c) vs Ray Lyn vs LuFisto vs Katie Arquette

December 9: Acclaim Pro Wrestling (Ottawa, Ontario) – Alexia Nicole & Freddie Mercurio vs KC Spinelli(c) & Big Magic(c)

December 9: Over The Top Wrestling (Dublin, Ireland) – Kay Lee Ray vs Martina(c)

December 10: Aro Lucha (Nashville, TN) – Lacey Lane

December 10: Insane Championship Wrestling (Glasgow, Scotland) – Viper vs Kasey Owens(c)

December 13: SEAdLINNNG (Tokyo, Japan) – Arisa Nakajima vs Tsukasa Fujimoto; Ryo Mizunami vs Yoshiko

December 14: Kaiju Attack! Wrestling (Berwyn, IL) – Laynie Luck; Kylie Rae

December 14: NXT Live (Birmingham, AL)

December 15: NXT Live (Memphis, TN)

December 16: NXT Live (Little Rock, AR)

December 16: SHINE 47 (Ybor City, FL) – LuFisto; Ivelisse; Mercedes Martinez; Priscilla Kelly; Candy Cartwright; Kiera Hogan; Aria Blake; Allysin Kay; Amanda Carolina Rodriguez; Aerial Monroe; Aja Perera; Brandi Lauren; Dementia D’Rose; Shotzi Blackheart; Stormie Lee; Kamilla Kaine; Dynamite DiDi; Robyn Reid; MJ Jenkins; Natalia Markova

December 16: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, Lancashire) – Viper vs Nightshade; Lucy Cole; Sierra Loxton; Martina; Veda Scott

December 16: Empire State Wrestling (Buffalo, NY) – Allie vs Sienna

December 16: Melbourne City Wrestling (Thornbury, Victoria) – Kellyanne vs Indi Hartwell

December 17: Greektown Wrestling (Toronto, Ontario) – Sienna; Alexia Nicole; Penelope Ford

– Iconic Heroes Wrestling Entertainment ©

December 17: Iconic Heroes Wrestling Entertainment (Benbrook, TX) – Miranda Salinas vs Jordynne Grace vs Su Yung; Hudson Envy vs Laynie Luck

December 23: Finest City Wrestling (Imperial Beach, CA) – Thunder Rosa

December 28: NOVA Pro Wrestling (Annandale, VA) – Veda Scott; Faye Jackson; Jordynne Grace

December 29: Capitol Wrestling (Hoboken, NJ) – Nyla Rose

December 30: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (St. Neots, Cambridgeshire) – Saraya Knight vs Kay Lee Ray

December 30: Atomic Championship Wrestling (Stevens, PA) – Tess Valentine(c) vs Ray Lyn; LuFisto vs Davienne; Penelope Ford vs Delmi Exo; Sahara Se7en vs Ashley Vox; Trixie Tash vs Londyn Ali

January 2: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

January 5: STARDOM (Nagoya, Japan)

January 6: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

January 6: Revolution Pro: U.K (London, England) – Nina Samuels; Deonna Purrazzo; Jinny; Zan Phoenix; MIllie McKenzie

January 7: STARDOM (Shimizu, Japan)

January 7: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

January 7: Revolution Pro (London, England)

Janaury 13: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

January 13: STARDOM (Yokohama, Japan)

January 13: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

January 14: OZ Academy (Okinawa, Japan)

January 19: Sabotage Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Barbi Hayden; Thunder Rosa; Heather Monroe(c); Kylie Rae; Raze; Leva Bates; Robyn Reid

January 19: Limitless Wrestling (Westbrook, MA) – Deonna Purrazzo; Tessa Blanchard

January 20: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, British Columbia) – Nicole Matthews; Christina Von Eerie

January 21: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

January 27: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Ivelisse vs Shotzi Blackheart; Mia Yim vs Raze; Barbi Hayden vs Desi DeRata

January 27: Capital Wrestling Alliance (Frankford, DE) – Terra Calaway vs C-Bunny; Angelus Layne vs Davienne vs Jordynne Grace; Jawsolyn vs Rosalie Valle; Delmi Exo & Ashley Vox vs Gabby Ortiz & Riley Shepard; Kylie Rae vs Thunder Rosa vs Lacey Lane; Skylar & Hyan vs Maria James & Hannah Hartkopf; Tess Valentine vs Nikki Addams vs Santana Garrett; Nyla Rose; Sahara Se7en; Jordan Blade; Kaci Dillon; Candy Cartwright vs Deonna Purrazzo vs TBA; Debbie Kane; Layne Rosario; Jayel Cotto; Savannah Evans

January 27: ZERO1 USA (Mattoon, IL) – Madison Rayne(c) vs Randi West

January 28: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

February 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

February 4: STARDOM (Kyoto, Japan)

February 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

February 10: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

February 12: OZ Academy (Osaka, Japan)

February 17: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

February 18: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

February 18: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

February 18: Glory Pro Wrestling (Edwardsville, IL) – LuFisto vs Savanna Stone

February 18: British Empire Wrestling (Morden, England) – Kaitlin Diemond; Jawsolyn

February 24: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

March 3: Blood Brothers Pro Wrestling (Sun Valley, CA) – Ludark Shaitan; Kikyo Nakamura; Buggy Nova

March 3: Battle Club Pro (Ridgefield Park, NJ) – Willow Nightingale; Harlow O’Hara

March 3: STARDOM (Kasukabe, Japan)

March 4: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

March 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

March 10: STARDOM (Niigata, Japan)

March 11: XWA Wrestling (Colchester, Essex) – Jordynne Grace

March 17: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

March 17: OZ Academy (Tokyo, Japan)

March 21: STARDOM (Kanazawa, Japan)

March 24: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Jessicka Havok vs Raze

March 25: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 28: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

March 31: STARDOM (Osaka, Japan)

April 1: Revolution Pro (London, England)

April 6: PROGRESS (New Orleans, LA)

April 7: PROGRESS (New Orleans, LA)

April 7: SHIMMER 100 (Kenner, LA)

April 8: WrestleCircus (New Orleans, LA)

April 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

April 21: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

April 30: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

May 5: Pro Wrestling: EVE (London, England) – Sammii Jayne(c) vs Charlie Morgan; Aja Kong vs Viper

May 12: Making Towns Classic (Nashville, TN) – Delilah Doom; Savanna Stone; Jordynne Grace

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

May 13: Revolution Pro (London, England)

May 19: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

May 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

June 9: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

June 16: WrestleCircus (Austin, TX)

June 17: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

July 8: Revolution Pro (London, England)

July 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

July 16: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

August 5: Revolution Pro (London, England)

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

August 12: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

September 2: Revolution Pro (London, England)

September 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

September 24: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

October 7: Revolution Pro (London, England)

October 13: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

October 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

November 4: Revolution Pro (London, England)

November 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

November 23: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

December 2: Revolution Pro (London, England)

December 8: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Bethnal Green, London)

December 24: STARDOM (Tokyo, Japan)

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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