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Women’s Wrestling Watch: A Viewing Resource

Updated on an ongoing basis, Bell To Belles will list all upcoming women’s wrestling matches available to watch online. When in-person events become a normal occurrence, live events will also be listed. Matches are separated by promotion, and every listing includes the date, time, place to watch, and match details. Are we missing an upcoming match? Please DM Bell To Belles on Twitter and give … Continue reading Women’s Wrestling Watch: A Viewing Resource

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Liv Morgan to make acting debut in thriller ‘The Kill Room’

Liv Morgan will soon be the next WWE Superstar to crossover to film. As first reported by Matt Grobar of Deadline, the self-proclaimed scary movie lover will make her acting debut in the upcoming thriller The Kill Room. Produced by Yale Entertainment, the film follows a hitman, his boss, and an art dealer after their money laundering scheme creates an accidental sensation in the art … Continue reading Liv Morgan to make acting debut in thriller ‘The Kill Room’

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Sasha Banks and Naomi: “Grin and Bear It” Narrative is Harmful

By: Katrina Blake Sasha Banks and Naomi are well-decorated and well-loved WWE Superstars. Mercedes Varnado, known to us wrestling fans as Sasha Banks, is one of the most decorated female champions in WWE. Ever since she made her debut in December 2012, she has been a household name. Her match against Bayley in 2015 was the first women’s match to headline an NXT Takeover. This … Continue reading Sasha Banks and Naomi: “Grin and Bear It” Narrative is Harmful

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Britt Baker wins the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

Britt Baker has surpassed seven other bracket competitors to become the inaugural winner of the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. During Sunday’s Double Or Nothing event, AEW aired the final match of the women’s tournament, featuring Ruby Soho and Britt Baker. Even after Soho put Baker into a Sharp Shooter, Baker managed to land counter after counter to get the win. After the match, Martha … Continue reading Britt Baker wins the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

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Athena officially signs with All Elite Wrestling

Athena is officially All Elite. Sunday, after Jade Cargill successfully defended her title against challenger Anna Jay, Athena made her debut for AEW at Double Or Nothing 2022. The former NXT Women’s Champion came to the aid of Jay and Kris Statlander, after Cargill and her Baddies, Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet, ganged up on Jay. On November 4, 2021, it was confirmed that the … Continue reading Athena officially signs with All Elite Wrestling

First-ever Queen of the Mountain match set for Slammiversary

The 20th Slammiversary event celebrating IMPACT’s 20th anniversary will also include a first-ever for their Knockouts division. During Thursday’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling, Gail Kim announced the first-ever Queen of the Mountain match will take place at Slammiversary on June 19. Five women will compete in the match for the Knockouts World Championship: current champion Tasha Steelz, Chelsea Green, Jordynne Grace, Deonna Purrazzo, and a … Continue reading First-ever Queen of the Mountain match set for Slammiversary

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Bell To Belles’ Third Year: Letter From the Founders

Today, May 3, 2022, marks the third anniversary of the day Bell To Belles was co-founded. This letter was at first intended to be a look into our past, a glimpse into our future, and a thank you note to all the readers, contributors, and women in wrestling who helped make Bell To Belles what it is today. Though we’re always grateful to everyone who … Continue reading Bell To Belles’ Third Year: Letter From the Founders

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Women’s Wrestling Army announces talent ahead of debut event

Women’s Wrestling Army (WWA) has already announced additions to their ranks ahead of their debut event. So far, WWA has announced Holidead, Taya Valkyrie, Willow Nightingale, Janai Kai, Tasha Steelz, The Hex, and Trish Adora as talent for their upcoming event co-promoted with Women’s Wrestling Revolution Plus. WWA also announced Lenny Leonard and Alyssa Marino as their commentary team for the show. Of the talent … Continue reading Women’s Wrestling Army announces talent ahead of debut event

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The IInspiration announce their departure from in-ring work

The IInspiration have announced they will no longer compete in a wrestling ring. Wednesday, Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay, known as The IInspiration, released a statement via Twitter announcing their departure from IMPACT Wrestling, also stating they would be “indefinitely stepping away from in-ring action”, altogether. The IInspiration issued a joint statement: “We first want to thank Scott D’Amore and the entire IMPACT family. We … Continue reading The IInspiration announce their departure from in-ring work

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Women’s Wrestling Army announces first show

Women’s Wrestling Army is ready for battle much sooner than expected. Wednesday, wrestler, producer and now promoter Maria Kanellis-Bennett released a video on Twitter announcing a new women’s wrestling project she had in the works, Women’s Wrestling Army. Friday, Kanellis-Bennett kept the announcements coming, this time announcing the organization’s first event. Slated for May 1, Women’s Wrestling Army will hold their first show in conjunction … Continue reading Women’s Wrestling Army announces first show

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Tokyo Joshi Pro: How Hilarity Inspired Fandom

By: James Carlin Earlier this year, I watched my first full Tokyo Joshi Pro show. Before this, I had never really had the chance to properly get into the promotion. I was plagued with lots of schoolwork, trying to enjoy my other hobbies that aren’t wrestling and obsessively writing about another joshi company, Stardom. A lot of my friends are into joshi puroresu, so I … Continue reading Tokyo Joshi Pro: How Hilarity Inspired Fandom