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Results from WWR “Let Them Eat Cake”

It was a big weekend in professional wrestling. All Elite Wrestling’s Fyter Fest took place in Daytona Beach, RISE’s Pride and Joy was in Chicago, and Women’s Wrestling Revolution’s (WWR) “Let Them East Cake” took place in Everett, MA.

The New England-based independent women’s promotion has only been around since 2016 and is the sister promotion to the popular Beyond Wrestling.

“Let Them Eat Cake” was hosted by the promotion’s regular Willow Nightingale, who is recovering neck surgery. In addition to hosting the event, Willow was on commentary alongside Beyond Wrestling’s Paul Crockett.

Fans in attendance raved about the show on Twitter and the amazing matches that took place. The show featured eight matches, which included seven singles matches and one tag team bout. It was also wrestler Faye Jackson’s birthday the day of the event, and she was celebrated by the fans and her peers.

Here are the results from Women’s Wrestling Revolution’s “Let Them Eat Cake”that took place on June 30 at the Down The Road Beer Company in Everett, MA. 

Kris Statlander defeated Alisha Edwards

Masha Slamovich defeats Kasey Catal in her debut for the promotion

Sonya Strong defeated Violette

Leyla Hirsch defeated Terra Calaway

“Hot Scoop” Skylar (w/Davienne) defeated Karissa Rivera

Davienne & Sierra defeated the debuting The Platinum Hunnies (Angel Sinclair & Ava Everett)

Birthday girl Faye Jackson defeated Vanity

Solo Darling defeats Heidi Katrina

Women’s Wrestling Revolution doesn’t run many shows throughout the year, but when they do, they are can’t-miss shows. They are filled with hard-hitting action and constant entertainment. “Let Them Eat Cake” and all of WWR’s pay-per-views can be seen on independent wrestling television (IWTV).

Keep checking back to Bell to Belles for all the latest news and future events for Women’s Wrestling Revolution.

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