Women’s Wrestling Revolution (WWR) presents “Let Them Eat Cake” this Sunday, June 30. The independent women’s wrestling promotion based out of New England brings their latest event to Everett, MA with a stacked card.
The sister promotion to Beyond Wrestling has only been around since 2016, but it has gained a huge following in that short space of time. “Let Them Eat Cake” is the follow up to the WWR’s last event, “Widowmaker”, which took place this past February in New York.
Sunday’s card is set to feature first-time matches, debuts and some hard-hitting action. The event will be streaming live on Independent Wrestling TV (IWTV).
WWR standout Kris Statlander takes on Alisha Edwards in a first-ever match.
Faye Jackson returns to take on Vanity.
Masha Slamovich debuts to battle the returning Kasey Catal.
Indy ‘darling’ Solo Darling takes on debuting Sendai Girls star Heidi Katrina.
“Hot Scoop” Skylar faces off against Karissa Rivera for the first-time.
Davienne and The Platinum Honnies are also scheduled to appear.
The host of this Sunday’s event will be none other than Women Wrestling Revolution’s regular Willow Nightingale. She is currently recovering from a February surgery on her neck.
Nightingale was injured during the weekend of WWR’s last event “Widowmaker” when she and tag team partner Solo Darling defeated Allie Kat and Veda Scott. During the weekend, she also wrestled for Beyond Wrestling and Pyscho Circus.
Women’s Wrestling Revolution’s “Let Them Eat Cake” takes place Sunday, June 30 at Down The Road Beer Company in Everett, MA.
Keep checking back to Bell to Belles for the latest updates and results from “Let Them Eat Cake.”