Trish Adora wins first-ever intergender Iron Match
Today, Trish Adora beat Tony Deppen with 2 falls to 1 to win the first-ever intergender Iron Match.
Earlier this month, Deppen issued an open challenge for a historic match. Fans cried out for Adora to participate, and the match was booked.
Presented by Pro Wrestling Illustrated and Beyond Wrestling, the match aired live on YouTube, free for fans.
Independent Wrestling TV (IWTV) also helped with the production of the match, and Drew Cordeiro commentated the match alone.
Partial proceeds from t-shirt sales went to charities of the wrestlers’ choice. As the winner of the match, $10 from every t-shirt sold went to Adora’s charity of choice, the Harriet Tubman Women’s Center. As the runner up, $5 of every t-shirt sold went to Deppen’s charity of choice, Grateful Garment.
Deppen participated in an Iron Man Match vs. Jordan Oliver last month for Synergy Wrestling that went over the regulated 60 minutes, lasting two hours. Highly praised as a must-see match, fans clamored for more “Iron Daddy” Deppen.
Trish Adora, as of today, as officially held the Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Championship for a full year.
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