NWA women’s division has new champ and new talent

NWA women’s division has new champ and new talent

NWA has crowned a new NWA World Women’s Champion and has signed a new roster member for their women’s division.

Yesterday, during their pay-per-view When Our Shadows Fall 2021, Serena Deeb dropped the NWA Women’s World Championship to “The Brickhouse” Kamille in the women’s main event. In a skilled match that went over 14 minutes, Kamille showed her strength and Deeb showed her technical skill. Kamille landed a steam roller on Deeb, setting Deeb up for Kamille’s patented spear, getting the pin on the former NWA women’s champion and ending her reign.

Deeb won the title from Thunder Rosa last October at UWN Primetime Live #7. Her reign lasted 228 days, defending the title at four AEW Dynamites and two AEW pay-per-views before this weekend’s NWA event.

This is Kamille’s first NWA title. She has previously held the Diamonds Division Starlight Championship for 302 days in 2018.

Earlier in the night, during a women’s division tag team match between Melina and Thunder Rosa vs. Kylie Rae and Taryn Terrell, commentator Joe Galli announced that Rae had signed with the company, further deepening a small women’s division.

Rae recently came out of retirement, first appearing for Warrior Wrestling on Saturday before appearing for the NWA pay-per-view. Prior to her return, Rae was last seen at an Impact Wrestling taping last October, where she defeated Kimber Lee.

With the addition of Rae, the women’s division also features Kamille, Melina, Terrell, and Rosa. It should be noted that Rae has not been formally announced on NWA’s Twitter account or their website.


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