Women's Wrestling Revolution

Women’s Wrestling Revolution makes a statement with their return

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

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Women’s Wrestling Watch: A Viewing Resource

Updated on an ongoing basis, Bell To Belles will list all upcoming women’s wrestling matches available to watch online. When in-person events become a normal occurrence, live events will also be listed. Matches are separated by promotion, and every listing includes the date, time, place to watch, and match details. Are we missing an upcoming match? Please DM Bell To Belles on Twitter and give … Continue reading Women’s Wrestling Watch: A Viewing Resource

Mickie James discusses her desire for one more title run in WWE

Veteran WWE star Mickie James spoke with Instinct Culture’s Denise Salcedo on Aug. 18 and touched on a number of topics regarding her on-screen return. Most interestingly, James expressed her desire to have one more run with as a champion: “I wanna win one more championship, I didn’t come back, this whole run to not win one piece of gold. And maybe those shiny tag … Continue reading Mickie James discusses her desire for one more title run in WWE

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WWE reportedly has six women’s matches planned for WrestleMania 36

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE could have six women’s matches planned for WrestleMania 36. This news would mean the women’s division would play a bigger role than ever before on “The Grandest Stage of Them All.” To date, three women’s matches are the most they’ve delivered on a WrestleMania card. Of course, fans should take this report with a grain … Continue reading WWE reportedly has six women’s matches planned for WrestleMania 36

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The most influential black women in pro wrestling

Professional wrestling is a male-dominant industry. Although the popularity of women’s wrestling is at an all-time high, the majority of the fanbase, talent pool, journalists, staff and executives are men. As such, women have to work twice as hard for opportunities, especially women of color. In truth, wrestling can be even less inclusive to black people in general because they represent a smaller minority within … Continue reading The most influential black women in pro wrestling

November stats

Evolution Check-up: Women’s wrestling stats for November weekly shows

For the month of October, we proved that we were capable of looking behind the veil and pay attention to the supposed women’s revolution. It was clear: the numbers didn’t support the claims and promise of equality. So, we calculated November stats. And just like October, during November, week-after-week, it seems the women are getting less matches, shorter matches, or not seen at all. We’ve … Continue reading Evolution Check-up: Women’s wrestling stats for November weekly shows

Kris Statlander

WWE reportedly signs Kris Statlander to a developmental contract

UPDATE: Squared Circle Sirens have retracted their report that Statlander has signed a developmental deal with WWE. According to Squared Circle Sirens, WWE has signed Kris Statlander to a developmental contract. “The Galaxy’s Greatest Alien” is a New York-based wrestler who made her debut in 2017. Statlander, who was trained by Pat Buck at the Create A Pro Academy, was the school’s first female graduate. … Continue reading WWE reportedly signs Kris Statlander to a developmental contract

Evolution

Stephanie McMahon confirms Evolution 2 unlikely this year

Among the news that WWE will bring the first-ever women’s match to Saudi Arabia tomorrow night, Stephanie McMahon gave an update on Evolution 2. Earlier today, McMahon participated in an interview with Jonathan Snowden of Bleacher Report. She answered several questions about Crown Jewel, and its cultural and historical significance. When asked if we could still see a follow up to Evolution she said, “We did … Continue reading Stephanie McMahon confirms Evolution 2 unlikely this year

JoJo Offerman

JoJo Offerman is back on the road with WWE

According to Mike Johnson of PW Insider, ring announcer JoJo Offerman is back on the road with WWE for tonight’s RAW. Offerman has been away from the company since January, when she gave birth to her and Bray Wyatt’s daughter, Knash Sixx Rotunda. Before Offerman left for maternity leave, she was used as a ring announcer and also a backstage interviewer. It is unknown what … Continue reading JoJo Offerman is back on the road with WWE

Sonya Deville

It’s time for WWE to invest in Sonya Deville

Sonya Deville seems like a great choice for the next big superstar on the women’s roster. Last week on WWE’s The Bump, Becky Lynch said she could see a bright future for Deville. “I don’t think anybody would’ve expected it to be me and I think that’s the great thing,” Lynch said. “But anybody who can get a connection with the crowd, because it’s all … Continue reading It’s time for WWE to invest in Sonya Deville