In August, Toronto-based indie promotion, Smash Wrestling, will host an all women’s supershow called The Summit. At the event, KC Spinelli and Rosemary will face off to crown the first Smash Wrestling Women’s Champion. SHIMMER Champion Nicole Savoy, Phoenix of RISE Champion Zoe Lucas, and Femme Fatales Champion Mercedes Martinez will also defend their respective titles at the cross-promotional show. This historic event will take … Continue reading Smash Wrestling to crown their first women’s champion
Last night, WrestleCircus announced the card for their next show, Big Top Revival. In the main event, Lady of the Ring Champion, Tessa Blanchard, will challenge Scorpio Sky for the Ringmaster Championship. Blanchard is the only woman who has competed for the relatively new championship, but this isn’t first shot at the title. Last February, she faced then-champion Brian Cage in a champion vs. … Continue reading Tessa Blanchard to challenge for Ringmaster Championship
RISE‘s latest pay-per-view, RISE LUMINOUS, excels with classic indie match-ups, exciting new talent, and the last chapter in the Rosemary and Allie story (for now). RESULTS: Dust def. Vipress Shotzi Blackheart def. Miranda Alize Big Mama def. Ruby Raze Baevivor Series: Sea Stars def. Killer Baes by double submission Madison Rayne def. Mercedes Martinez Phoenix of RISE championship match: Zoe Lucas def. Aerial Monroe Rosemary … Continue reading RISE LUMINOUS Review: Last Stop for Rosemary and Allie?
FITE TV announced they will air the much-anticipated pay-per-view event, Double or Nothing, to non-U.S. viewers. This announcement comes just eight days before the debut of All Elite Wrestling’s inaugural event. All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and FITE TV made a statement on their official press release. “A global and historic event the scope of DOUBLE OR NOTHING requires nothing less than the best global platform … Continue reading FITE TV to air AEW Double or Nothing globally
AEW announced on their Twitter page last night that they have signed several referees to contracts. Besides legend Earl Hebner, they signed female referee Aubrey Edwards. Edwards, who is also known as “Gearl Hebner,” is a Seattle based referee who has worked for such promotions as ECCW, DEFY, WCWC and 3-2-1 BATTLE! Last year, Edwards received a lot of exposure when she worked with WWE. … Continue reading AEW signs female referee, Aubrey Edwards
Women’s wrestling is supposedly having a moment in WWE right now. From the outside, that’s certainly true: between the success of Total Divas and the TMZ-flavored buzz around Ronda Rousey, the presence of WWE’s women’s wrestlers in the mainstream media cannot be denied. Unfortunately, if you enjoy watching women’s wrestlers actually wrestle, WWE is probably a weekly disappointment for you. Yes, they have incredible women’s … Continue reading Make the Jump from WWE with these Independent Women’s Promotions
Last night, in Livonia, Michigan, the Monaghan Knights Of Columbus Hall hosted Shine 58. This was the first time that Shine had a full show debut in the state of Michigan. Some of the top women in independent wrestling gathered to put on an incredible show and the fans were not disappointed. The event featured such stars as Mercedes Martinez, Kimber Lee, Su Yung and … Continue reading Shine 58 results (05/10/19): New Nova Champion crowned