2022 Women’s Wrestling: Year in Stats

Math is universal; it’s a universal language. As such, statistics exist as irrefutable data. When done correctly and accurately, when it comes to comparison and communication, the numbers don’t lie. Stats serve as a way to compare group A to group B, and in the case of women’s wrestling, it compares promotion A to promotion…

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…

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…

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…

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….

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…