To celebrate a historical year for women’s wrestling, in collaboration with Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Bell To Belles interviewed over 20 women who have ranked on this year’s PWI 500 ranking, creating the “Women of the 2021 PWI 500” Interview Series. To empower women in wrestling even more, some of the interviews were conducted by the talented women who make up wrestling media. Davienne, who ranked … Continue reading Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #324 Davienne
On May 16, in Worcester, Massachusetts, a crowd of live fans got to witness the return of indie women’s wrestling promotion Women’s Wrestling Revolution (WWR). The two hour-plus show was filled with edge of your seat, hard-hitting matches featuring some of the top women on the independent wrestling circuit. Veterans like Davienne, Delmi Exo and Willow Nightingale were on the card, as well as some … Continue reading Women’s Wrestling Revolution makes a statement with their return
In collaboration with PWI, Bell to Belles interviewed over 20 women who have ranked on this year’s PWI Women’s 100 ranking. Bell to Belles will release one interview per day, celebrating the past year in women’s wrestling. Davienne, who ranked #81 on the 2020 PWI Women’s 100, spoke with Lauren Founds of Bell to Belles to discuss her last year in wrestling, being a staple on … Continue reading PWI Women’s 100 Interview Series: #81 Davienne
Last night, Ridgefield Park, NJ hosted Brii Combination Wrestling Queen of the North 2 event. The card was stacked with amazing talent from all over the country and the fans were on the edge of their seats the entire night. The current BCW Women’s Champion, Faye Jackson, had to relinquish her title due to injury, so a tournament took place to crown the new champ. … Continue reading BCW’s Queen of the North 2 results, new champion crowned
This past Saturday, Women Superstars United’s (WSU) Is It Fall Yet? took place at The Coliseum in Voorhees, New Jersey. Ten matches took place including a WSU Tag Team Championship match and two first-round tournament matches for the vacant world title. The WSU Spirit Champion, Kris Statlander, also put her championship on the line against Davienne. After a hard-fought battle, Davienne defeated Statlander, becoming the … Continue reading New champion crowned at WSU Is It Fall Yet?