Last year, Pro Wrestling Illustrated created their first-ever ranked tag team list, the PWI Tag Team 50. Now, in 2021, PWI is celebrating their second annual tag team ranking. Tag teams were evaluated during the period between Nov. 1, 2020 and Oct. 31, 2021. The criteria utilized when ranking teams were momentum, wins and losses, chemistry, creativity, overall activity, and “it” factor. Teams were required … Continue reading PWI Tag Team 50: Every Ranked Women’s Team
During tonight’s Impact pay-per-view event Slammiversary, Kylie Rae won the Knockouts Gauntlet match, and a chance at the Knockouts Championship. Eleven women competed in the gauntlet match, with hopes of becoming the no. 1 contender for the Knockouts Championship. Johnny Bravo made two special appearances, first as Taya Valkyrie, and then as Rosemary, to give the two women a chance to win. He was eliminated … Continue reading Kylie Rae wins Knockouts Gauntlet and title opportunity at Slammiversary
In 1992, Midway Games developed a game designed by Ed Boon and John Tobias, which originally was made to be a game starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. Instead, a fantasy-themed fighting game was created, and while still reminiscent of the movie star, instead featured seven characters who enter into a martial arts tournament, hellbent on defeating the antagonist of the game: Shang Tsung. The game takes … Continue reading Mortal Kombat Remake: Women’s Wrestling Edition
On Tuesday, Neveah made an appearance at IMPACT: Rebellion Night Two during the Full Metal Mayhem Match. Tonight, Rosemary took on Havok in a Full Metal Mayhem Match. The two seemed determined to end each other. “The Demon Assassin” eventually won with the use of a steel pipe. However, a mysterious figure showed up at the entrance hallway through the match. It was the independent wrestler, Neveah. … Continue reading Neveah debuts at IMPACT: Rebellion Night Two
Last night, RISE Wrestling returned Berwyn Eagles Club to present its last event of the year, La Escalera. The show boasted a stacked card, a heartfelt farewell, and a triumphant return. Witch Please vs. Paradise Lost (with Rosemary) In the first match of the night, Witch Please, the team of Elayna Black and Hawlee Cromwell, took on Dust and Raven’s Ash—who is now simply known … Continue reading Review: La Escalera ends the year on an emotional note for RISE
Today, Smash Wrestling hosted a landmark all women’s supershow called The Summit at The MET – Midtown Event Theatre. To mark the occasion, the Toronto-based indie promotion crowned its first women’s champion, Rosemary. Rosemary faced off against KC Spinelli for the vacant title. The two Canadian wrestlers have wrestled several times in the past, most notably for IMPACT in 2017 and again earlier this year. … Continue reading Smash Wrestling crowns its first women’s champion
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
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?