Four Horsewomen

Building New Stars and WWE’s Reliance on the Four Horsewomen

By: Amber McCrudden I love seeing women succeed, be that in business, the arts or in life in general. This is why I have always showcased my fellow female writers and content creators, over the years. I feel the same way about women in sports and especially wrestling. In saying all of that, we need to have a conversation about the WWE, the Four Horsewomen … Continue reading Building New Stars and WWE’s Reliance on the Four Horsewomen

Bayley Belair

Bayley Injured, To Be Out Nine Months

It appears WWE Superstar Bayley will be out of in-ring action until next year. Friday, WWE announced Bayley suffered an injury while training for her upcoming Money In The Bank match against Bianca Belair, and predicted she would be out approximately nine months. WWE also announced her replacement for the match would be announced during Friday’s episode of SmackDown. Bayley and Belair have been in … Continue reading Bayley Injured, To Be Out Nine Months

WWE Mexican Latin

Mexican and Latin American women who held a WWE title

Earlier today, during a global press conference for Sunday’s NXT TakeOver: In Your House, WWE posted a tweet claiming Raquel Gonzalez was the “first Mexican and Latin American woman to win a WWE title”. Women’s wrestling fans took to Twitter in hard disagreement, citing the names of other Latin and Mexican women who have also held a WWE title. And while we applaud Gonzalez for … Continue reading Mexican and Latin American women who held a WWE title

Scarlett Harris

Book from Scarlett Harris Details Murky Past, Gives Hope for Women’s Wrestling

Australian writer, culture critic, and friend of Bell To Belles, Scarlett Harris, recently penned a book where she detailed the murky past of women’s wrestling, outlining issues that arise from WWE’s revisionist tendencies, while also giving hope for a better fandom and professional atmosphere for all women. A Diva Was A Female Version Of A Wrestler: An Abbreviated Herstory of World Wrestling Entertainment starts by … Continue reading Book from Scarlett Harris Details Murky Past, Gives Hope for Women’s Wrestling

Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair: A Comparative WWE Analysis

Earlier this week, DailyDDT published an op-ed that explored the criticism Charlotte Flair receives from fans, primarily as a result of what some fans perceive as undue favoritism the Superstar receives; favoritism they claim is due to who her father is—Ric Flair. The author of the article labels Charlotte a “corporate champion”—praising the legacy wrestler for her talent and aura, while simultaneously stating she “lingers … Continue reading Charlotte Flair: A Comparative WWE Analysis

Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair Returns at WWE TLC, Wins Tag Title

In line with reports that surfaced earlier today, during tonight’s pay-per-view, WWE TLC, Charlotte Flair returned to the ring for the first time in six months. Flair made her return as Asuka’s mystery tag team partner, facing Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships. The duo would finish the match strong, overpowering Baslzer and Jax with energy and the element … Continue reading Charlotte Flair Returns at WWE TLC, Wins Tag Title

PWI Tag Team 50

PWI Tag Team 50: All Ranked Women’s Teams

This year, Pro Wrestling Illustrated made the decision to start their first-ever ranked tag team list, the PWI Tag Team 50. Bell To Belles helped in ranking the tag teams, writing entrants for the special edition, and now, the honor of co-releasing every women’s tag team who ranked on the inaugural list. For the purpose of ranking, tag teams were evaluated during the period between … Continue reading PWI Tag Team 50: All Ranked Women’s Teams

Sasha Banks Hell in a Cell

Sasha Banks wins SmackDown Women’s Championship at Hell In A Cell

During tonight’s WWE pay-per-view event Hell in a Cell 2020, Sasha Banks defeated Bayley to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship. The physically taxing, brutal Hell in a Cell match went over 26 minutes. Banks ended the match when she put Bayley’s head in her own beloved chair and executed the Bank Statement, forcing Bayley to tap out and ending her record 380-day reign as SmackDown … Continue reading Sasha Banks wins SmackDown Women’s Championship at Hell In A Cell

PWI Women's 100

2020 PWI Women’s 100: Top 10 reveal and full ranking details

Today, Pro Wrestling Illustrated is releasing the digital version of their magazine edition featuring the 2020 PWI Women’s 100 ranking.  This year, Bell To Belles took part in ranking the best women wrestlers for the year, and is co-revealing the top ten list, along with details on other ranking women, with PWI and Warren Hayes of the Mr. Warren Hayes Show. The evaluation period for … Continue reading 2020 PWI Women’s 100: Top 10 reveal and full ranking details

Asuka WWE

Two matches pulled from WWE Clash of Champions, Asuka works twice

The 2020 WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view was slated to have three women’s championship matches, but unforeseen circumstances shuffled the card around. WWE panelists announced during the Kickoff show that Nikki Cross, Shayna Baszler, and Nia Jax were “not medically cleared” to compete in their scheduled matches. Cross was slated to challenge SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley, while Baszler and Jax were to defend the Women’s … Continue reading Two matches pulled from WWE Clash of Champions, Asuka works twice