“I am so sorry I have not been in touch in a while. I have been in and out of hospital and have not been able to get access to the internet in over a week. I am very upset I have to write this email because I have to cancel all future dates until December. I am not sure if you had heard about the knock to the head I got in Germany a few weeks ago or not, but I got a bad cut above the eye and it was stitched up and all seemed fine. But after a few days I was getting extremely painful headaches, loud buzzing in my left ear and my vision in my left eye is completely blurred. The doctor has told me it may be damage to the 8th cranial nerve and I am waiting for a CT brain scan and have been advised to stop wrestling for the next few months. It could be permanent or it could go away by itself, but until all signs have been alleviated I will not be able to engage in any heavy physical activity.”
That’s the message Rebecca Knox posted on her own website back in October 2006, following her serious injury in a match against Kisu in Dortmund on September 22 of that year. The match finished as normal, and took on Sweet Saraya the following night in Great Yarmouth, England in a match which saw her drop the Queens Of Chaos Championship. After that, she took some time out to get medically checked out, which gave her the bad news about her 8th cranial nerve injury. It also meant that the proposed Iron Woman Match between she and Daizee Haze at SHIMMER Volume 7 had to be scrapped, after the pair had engaged in a heated feud in the promotion’s early days.
As she points out in her post, she was expecting to be out until December 2006. It’s now October 2012, and only now is the 25-year old from Dublin, Ireland seriously thinking of a return.
K-Nox was planning to return in 2008 – and even wrestled one match for Fight Factory Pro Wrestling in Dublin that February, teaming with Sean Brennan to defeat Jenny Sjodin and Heavy D. She was due to wrestle for the SHIMMER volumes 17-18 tapings in April, but never made it to Berwyn. Similarly, she backed out of competing for ChickFight in Ipswich, England the following month., with the reasoning being that she did not believe wrestling was the right option for her at the time. Nobody can blame her – after a massive injury which caused her to black out, have ringing ear and make her lose her vision and memory, anyone would be worried about taking bumps.
Times change though. Earlier today, FFPW put a post on its Facebook page saying that Knox will return to the ring at the promotion’s Fallout show. A quick word with the promotion shed some more light on the situation, pointing out that: “Rebecca is a long time friend of Fight Factory Pro Wrestling – in fact she was one of the first to be trained here by Fergal Devitt and Paul Tracey when they were head trainers. She has been training for a few weeks now at our training facility with the hope of making a comeback to pro wrestling. She will be taking part in a six person mixed tag which will also feature FFPW’s other female wrestlers Katey Harvey, Lucy Lasso and Danger Dawn.”
It is a comeback which many would have not forseen. For all intents and purposes, she was gone – until about 18 months ago when her music played at SHIMMER Volume 37. Most thought it was a bait and switch of some description, but out came Rebecca, announcing that she was the new manager of Britani and Saraya Knight. The relationship lasted for the four DVD tapings until she was given a hiding by another former SHIMMER enemy, Allison Danger on volume 40. After that, Knox vanished again, but one could imagine that her interest in wrestling starting to crackle and fizz again. During her time away, Knox did a diploma in nutrition, became a personal trainer, worked as an air hostess and studied acting – and is currently a stuntwoman, working on a TV show being filmed in Ireland which is due to be released next year.
The thing is, Rebecca doesn’t take what she did very seriously, and goes so far as to claim that her plaudits were fooled by smoke and mirrors. During a rare interview with the $&M show – which later became episode 20 of the Women Of Wrestling Podcast – she said: “Let’s call a spade a spade here; I was just ridiculous. I had the most ridiculous gimmick – I came out, I danced, I was just ridiculous. I was an Irish leprechaun that came out to U Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer, used to do the running man, jig – and I didn’t know what I was, and there was just a bunch of hype about me because I was ridiculous, because I screamed and annoyed people. If you make enough hype about anything, the people are going to buy it and by then people just assumed that I must have been good… they were seriously wrong.”
She’s selling herself short. Debuting in 2002 at the age of 15 and making a massive impact in wrestling before bowing out while still just 19, Knox was a prodigy. She competed in rings all across Europe, won the Extreme (now Elite) Canadian Championship Wrestling Supergirls belt in 2005 and held it for 10 months – successfully defending it against the likes of LuFisto, Cheerleader Melissa, Veronika Vice and a young Nicole (then Nikki) Matthews – before dropping it to Lisa “Ivory” Moretti in April 2006. She also competed in America for SHIMMER, AWA and ChickFight, as well as in Japan a number of times. No doubt about it – Rebecca Knox was good.
The question is, does that Rebecca Knox still exist? Between the day she suffered the injury to her cranial nerve, a massive 2,214 days will have passed with just two matches wrestled in that time, and one of them was the day after the injury occurred. If you want to look at how long it has been since a match of any description, Knox hasn’t competed for 1,503 days. You may expect there to be some ring rust – which would be covered up to a certain degree by being in a match with five other wrestlers – but with someone with the caliber of Rebecca Knox, it may be shaken off very quickly.
Either way, we will endeavour to cover her return next week – honestly, we’re glad that she feels healthy and happy enough to step into the ring again, and look forward to seeing her in the future.
“We’re striving to put on the best show in WSU history. The wrestlers want it. The fans deserve it. Wrestling needs it.”
That’s the words from the official Twitter of Women Superstars Uncensored ahead of the first show under the ownership of Beyond Wrestling, and the first in four months. The absence of WSU during a summer which has been full of wrestling may have been unfortunate, but hopes are that the time out while things are put into place will result in a hot and slick Full Steam Ahead show in Deer Park, NY on Saturday.
You can click here to check out the full card, but the ones to watch out for will be the WSU Championship match with Jessicka Havok defending against Lexxus and Alicia, as it is Havok’s first title defence against someone other than Mercedes Martinez; Martinez taking on LuFisto after their feud escalated at the Uncensored Rumble; nCw Femmes Fatales International Champion Kalamity against Leva Bates in a non-title match, and Tag Team Champions Allysin Kay and Sassy Stephie meeting Kimber Lee and Annie Social in another match where the title is not at stake – something that irks Social, and was very vocal about in our Fight Like A Girl interview with her yesterday.
WSU is offering an early bird deal – with you being able to buy the VOD and DVD for $20 – and is hoping to have the VOD online by next week, albeit an unedited version before the DVD-quality one is uploaded. We look forward to seeing what goes down.
Got any news, results or upcoming events that you want to tell everyone about? Are you a female wrestler looking to tell us about upcoming bookings? Are you a fan who went to a show and saw a match, and would like to tell others about it – what you liked, what you didn’t and would like to encourage others to check it out for themselves? Send us an email!
Meanwhile, if you want one of our t-shirts, click here and pick which shop is best for you. We have stores for the US/Canada (which also ships to Australia) and one for the UK and mainland Europe. Check out the latest Wrestling Yay, SHIMMER Like A Girl and No Limits 2.0 designs, as well as the new Evielution shirt, which we are selling at cost price.
The best of the rest
Beth Phoenix’s departure from WWE has reportedly put her rumoured boyfriend Edge in the doghouse, as the theory is she is leaving to help him recover from his impending neck surgery… Mercedes KV has made her first appearance in a WWE ring, as a ring announcer and later as a wrestler for NXT’s house shows… Lilian Garcia was asked on The Nick and Artie Show is she has ever used steroids, considering her muscle definition. She responded that she hasn’t, and keeps fit by jumping rope. She also insisted that she has not had any relations with wrestlers… Layla seems to have stopped wearing her knee brace following ACL and MCL surgery last year… Lilian Garcia was part of former Women’s Champion Candice Michelle’s baby shower. She’s due to give birth very soon… Eve Torres made Kaitlyn tap out to a heel hook to retain her Divas Championship last night. After she refused to let go of the hold, Layla got up from the commentary desk to break it up. Torres tried to show compassion afterward. Also, Kaitlyn – who was still selling her ankle after being “attacked” at Night Of Champions – came out with tape wrapped around her boot to highlight the injury, which looked ridiculous.
F4WOnline.com reports that Jillian Hall’s dark match with TNA went well… Tara revealed on Friday that she has signed a one year contract extension with TNA, and that she only signed on for another 12 months due to her physical status. She’ll be 42 when her deal comes up for renewal again… Madison Rayne tweeted that she’s “disappointed” that she will not be part of Bound For Glory (the first time that she will miss a BfG since her debut in 2009. There were plans in the summer for her to wrestle Brooke Hogan at the show but that was quietly dropped… Miss Tessmacher pulled a hamstring while dancing in the ring during a house show match in Hot Springs, AR. She’ll be OK to defend the Knockouts Championship against Tara at Bound For Glory on Sunday.
Kacee Carlisle will challenge Tasha Simone for the NWA World Women’s Championship on October 20th… Reby Sky recorded a fantastic promo video for SHINE 4 last week, talking about how she was put out by Jessicka Havok’s attack on her arm after their match at SHINE 2 in August. Sky faces Kellie Skater on the next iPPV, but says she will be keeping an eye on Havok… The Beautiful People were due to be part of an interview for Fighting Spirit Magazine in the UK, but it hasn’t been printed. When asked why not, editor Brian Elliott replied “All I can say is that if we had printed it, you would’ve been much more disappointed”… Velvet Sky’s launched a new clothing range called Rated V… Angelina Love & Velvet Sky beat Winter & Maria Kanellis at the FWE iPPV on Friday night when Winter turned on her partner. The pair have traded the FWE Women’s Title in the past, and Kanellis currently holds it… Josette Bynum beat Heidi Lovelace at OVW’s Saturday Night Special on… er… Saturday. As a result, she has earned a crack at the Women’s Championship. Incidentally, Lovelace’s recent TV matches against Scarlett Bordeaux and Epiphany have been pretty underwhelming… Miss Natural and Taylor Made have been announced for SHIMMER. Natural last appeared on volumes 21 and 22 in October 2008, defeating Lorelei Lee and falling to Daizee Haze… I’m not joking when I write this – Tammy Lynn Sytch has been arrested AGAIN. It’s her fourth arrest in four weeks, after being picked up three times in three days last month. TMZ reports that she was arrested yesterday following an alleged domestic dispute with her ex-boyfriend, independent wrestler Damien Darling, violating his restraining order against her – though it appeared at the FWE show on Saturday that they had reconciled. She was arrested on charges of violating a protective order, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. At her last court hearing, the judge was told that she was going into WWE-sponsored rehab for a fourth time to get a grip on her alcohol problems. UPDATE: She’s been arrested for a FIFTH time. The Wrestling Observer says she went straight back to Darling’s house and she was arrested on third degree burglary, and again violating a protective order. She’s being held without bond… Melina is reporting that she is currently injured – her last match was against Jillian Hall which was so well hyped that we couldn’t find out the result… Last minute changes to the roster for Bombshell Ladies Of Wrestling lineup – Miss Adiva & Scarlett Bordeaux are out due to travel issues, and Ivy Fit has decided to take time away from wrestling. Check out the Upcoming section to see the new card.
The Goddesses of Stardom Championship – held by Yoko Bito and Yuzuki Aikawa – is now vacant due to Bito’s neck injury which she suffered in August. A tournament will take place starting on October 27, with new champs crowned on November 25. Christina Von Eerie will make her Japan debut as part of the tournament, teaming with Kyoko Kimura… It has been clarified that Alpha Female’s match against Nanae Takahashi later this month will be for Takahashi’s World Of Stardom Title… Hikaru Shida is the number one contender to Aki Shizuku’s IW19 Championship after beating Tsukushi last Friday… Hailey Hatred retained the Remix Pro Women’s Championship at Joshi4Hope on Sunday against MsChif. Elsewhere, Yuhi beat Veda Scott with a 450 splash… Gatoh Move won the first proper battle in its invasion of JWP. Kaori Yoneyama, Emi Sakura, Hanako Nakamori & Morley defeated Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama, Arisa Nakajima & Manami Katsu in a Captain’s Fall match – an elimination with the stipulation that if the captain is pinned, the match is over. Haruyama was pinned by Yoneyama, which ended the contest, despite Nakajima remaining for JWP. Nobody on the Gatoh Move side was defeated… Kyoko Inoue celebrated her 25th anniversary in wrestling by wrestling 25 different opponents in 60 second matches – most of them ended in draws, though she beat Rosa Bonita, Tadahori & Sareee, and was beaten by Kaoro Ito. There was a final 26th surprise opponent though, which turned out to be none other than Bull Nakano.
Emi Sakura and Kaori Yoneyama have been announced for Pro Wrestling: EVE’s Wrestle Fever on November 10. It is Sakura’s first trip to the UK since last October’s well-received EVE v Ice Ribbon shows, and is Yoneyama’s first UK trip ever… Meanwhile, WrestleTalk TV claimed on its webpage that as part of a show it will record on November 10, it says fans can meet special guests Angelina Love, Alpha Female, Taylor Wilde and Velvet Sky – the last of whom has not been announced for the show. EVE says it is an error, and Sky has never been contacted about appearing at Wrestle Fever… A tournament will be held at ICW: Fierce Females’ second show on May 4 next year to crown its first champion. The qualifiers start on November 4 when Kay Lee Ray faces April Davids. Speaking of Davids, she retained her FutureShock Women’s Title against Nikki Storm on Sunday… Skarlett won the WrestleForce Women’s Championship on Saturday by beating Lady Lory. That means she holds three single belts in the UK – the EWW title, the HEW belt and the WrestleForce strap. Incidentally, her handicap match at EWW’s next show later this month which was originally a handicap match with her facing Dominator and The Rage is now a tag match, as The Bull will be partnering her… The wedding of Loco Mike Mason and Becky James (now Becky Mason) will be shown as part of BBC Three show Don’t Tell The Bride on October 30 at 9pm. The gimmick is that the groom makes all the decisions on the wedding reception. Oh, and Becky wears a Ringbelles shirt during the filming, so we’ll see if it makes it to air.
Dark Angel (Sarita) is booked for tonight’s CMLL show in Guadalajara. She’s been in Japan for Stardom recently, and has been advertised for shows while she was away but was constantly replaced when she was “unable to appear”, partly because she was on a completely different continent… Estrellita challenged Princesa Blanca for the CMLL Mexican National Women’s Championship after her victory in a trios match last Tuesday, but Blanca walked out without responding… Halloween & Mari Apache won the AAA Mixed Tag Team Championship in a four way match on Sunday. Alan Stone and Jennifer Blake were the outgoing champions.
Australia & New Zealand
Evie and Kellie Skater’s match for the former’s PWWA Interim Championship on Saturday ended in a 30 minute time limit draw. The pair kept fighting after the bell. Elsewhere, Shazza McKenzie pinned Megan-Kate with her feet on the ropes, Jessie McKay made Britenay tap out to an Octpus Stretch, and Amazon Ayesha Ray – who travelled from London, England to participate on the show, was beaten by Kellyanne English with a roaring elbow… Miami was beaten by Eliza Sway in a brutal Falls Count Anywhere match at Riot City Wrestling on Saturday. As per the pre-match stipulations, Miami has been forced to leave RCW.
October 2: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Estrellita, Goya Kong & Marcela b Amapola, La Comandante & Princesa Blanca
October 3: Stardom (Aomori, Japan) – Makoto v Mika Iida went to a time limit draw; Kyoko Kimura b Natsumi Showzuki; Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa v Io Shirai & Dark Angel went to a time limit draw; Hailey Hatred b Saki Kashima; Natsuki*Taiyo, Yoshiko & Act Yasukawa b Yuzuki Aikawa, Hiroyo Matsumoto & Kairi Hojo
October 3: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Heidi Lovelace b Scarlett Bordeaux
October 4: Perros Del Mal (Mexico City, Mexico) – Sexy Star b Taya Valkyrie & La Hiedra in a 3-way via DQ
October 4: Impact Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Gail Kim & Tara b Miss Tessmacher & ODB
October 4: United States Championship Wrestling (Macclenny, FL) – Santana Garrett b The Executioner
October 5: WWE SmackDown (Tulsa, OK) – Layla b Alicia Fox
October 5: WAVE (Osaka, Japan) – Tsukasa Fujimoto; Yumi Ohka, Cherry & Mio Shirai b GAMI, Yuu Yamagata & Tomoka Nakag; Hiroyo Matsumoto b Aya Yuki; Ran Yu-Yu b Sawako Shimono; Misaki Ohata b Ryo Mizunami; Ayako Hamada & Kana b Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Apple Miyuki; Ayumi Kurihara & Mika Iida b Shu Shibutani & Syuri
October 5: 19 Pro (Saitama, Japan) – Hikaru Shida b Tsukushi
October 5: Family Wrestling Entertainment (Brooklyn, NY) – Angelina Love & Velvet Sky b Maria Kanellis & Winter
October 5: Premiere Wrestling Xperience (Charlotte, NC) – Amber O’Neal b Reby Sky
October 5: I Believe In Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Santana Garrett b Jayson Falcone
October 6: Pro Women’s Wrestling Alliance (Casula, Australia) – Shazza McKenzie b Ashley Sparks; KC Cassidy b TJ Star; Savannah Summers b Lou Lou; Alex Lee & Charley Simone b Michelle K Hasluck & Siren Munroe; Harley Wonderland b Rachel Rose; Jessie McKay b Britenay; Kellyanne English b Amazon Ayesha Ray; Shazza McKenzie b Megan-Kate; Evie v Kellie Skater went to a time-limit draw
October 6: Riot City Wrestling (Adelaide, Australia) – Eliza Sway b Miami
October 6: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Aki Shizuku b Neko Nitta; Hamuko Hoshi & Tsukushi b Mika Iida & NOZOMI; Hailey Hatred b Maki Narumiya; Hikaru Shida & Tsukasa Fujimoto b Kyoko Kimura & Mio Shirai
October 6: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Josette Bynum b Heidi Lovelace
October 6: WrestleForce (Harlow, England) – Skarlett b Lady Lory to win the WrestleForce Women’s Championship
October 6: Irish Whip Wrestling (Offaly, Ireland) – Kasey Owens & Vic Viper b Kazza G & Insano
October 6: Remix Pro Wrestling (Marietta, OH) – Allysin Kay b Thunderkitty
October 6: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (New Westminster, BC, Canada) – Nicole Matthews b Mike Santiago
October 6: Belleview Pro Wrestling (Belleview, FL) – Santana Garrett b Rain
October 6: House Of Hardcore (Poughkeepsie, NY) – Jazz b Winter
October 6: North Shore Pro Wrestling (Quebec City, QC, Canada) – LuFisto b Thomas Dubois
October 6: Real Championship Wrestling (Baltimore, MD) – Annie Social b Kimber Lee; Mia Yim & Crazy Mary Dobson b Kimber Lee & Aki Kanbayashi
October 6: Empire Wrestling Federation (Covina, CA) – Ashley Hollywood, Freddy Bravo & Stryder b Terra Calaway, Cyanide & Vintage Dragon
October 6: Fight Club Finland (Nurmes, Finland) – Aurora Flame & Ricky Vendetta b Sara Elektra & Vili Luupää
October 6: Monster Pro Wrestling (Edmonton, AL, Canada) – Kat Von Heez v Sammy Hall went to a no contest
October 7: Joshi4Hope (Tokyo, Japan) – Yuhi b Veda Scott; Tomoka Nakagawa & She Nay Nay b Maki Narumiya & Yumi Ohka; Ayumi Kurihara & Mika Iida b Leon & Manami Katsu; Hiroyo Matsumoto & Ryo Mizunami b Arisa Nakajima & Aya Yuki; Hailey Hatred b MsChif
October 7: FutureShock (Stockport, England) – April Davids b Nikki Storm
October 7: AAA (San Luis Potosi, Mexico) – Halloween & Mari Apache b Atomic Boy & Fabi Apache, Fenix & Lolita and Alan Stone & Jennifer Blake to win the AAA Mixed Tag Team Championship
October 7: JWP (Tokyo, Japan) – Hamuko Hoshi b Raiden Steel; Sachie Abe & KAZUKI b Rabbit Mito & Nana; Ran Yu-Yu & Leon b Tsubasa Kuragaki & Hailey Hatred; Kaori Yoneyama, Emi Sakura, Hanako Nakamori & Morley b Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama, Arisa Nakajima & Manami Katsu
October 7: Gatoh Move (Ichigaya, Japan) – Emi Sakura v Riho went to a time limit draw; Kaori Yoneyama, Morii & Hanako Nakamori b Ken Ohka, Masa Takanashi & Akito
October 7: CHIKARA (Gibsonville, NC) – Saturyne b Amber O’Neal
October 7: Belleview Pro Wrestling (Belleview, FL) – Santana Garrett b Chasyn Rance
October 8: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Mika Iida & NOZOMI b Tsukasa Fujimoto & Kurumi; Chou-un Shiyu b Kuzira Oshima; Tsukushi b Miyako Matsumoto; Hikaru Shida & Maki Narumiya b Hamuko Hoshi & Hailey Hatred
October 8: Diana (Tokyo, Japan) – Jenny Rose b Rosa Bonita; Zap I & Zap T b KURO & Tadahori; Mima Shimoda b Mask de Saint; Manami Toyota b Sareee; Jaguar Yokota & Kaoru Ito b Yumiko Hotta & Keiko Aono; Kyoko Inoue wrestled a 26 woman gauntlet match
October 8: JWP (Tokyo, Japan) – KAZUKI & Sachie Abe b Commando Bolshoi & Rabbit Mito; Hanako Nakamori & Maury b Raiden Steele & Nana Sato; Leon, Rabbit Mito & Ran YuYu b Kayoko Haruyama, Manami Katsu & Nana Sato
October 8: WWE Raw (Sacramento, CA) – Eve Torres b Kaitlyn
October 11: Bombshell Ladies Of Wrestling (Rahway, NJ) – Christina Von Eerie v Cherry Bomb; Queen Maya v Sumie Sakai; Katie Lea v Sienna Duvall; Annie Social v Alexxis Nevaeh; Leah Von Dutch v Missy Sampson; Brittney Savage v Amber O’Neal; Marti Belle v Nikki Addams; Becky Bayless v Silvie Silver v Jewells Malone
October 12: Tri City Wrestling (Kitchener, ONT, Canada) – Courtney Rush v Allysin Kay
October 13: Combat Zone Wrestling (Rahway, NJ) – Nevaeh v Cherry Bomb
October 13: WSU v Beyond Wrestling (Deer Park, NY) – Jessicka Havok v Mark Angel; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay v Sugar Dunkerton & Aaron Epic
October 13: Women Superstars Uncensored (Deer Park, NY) – Jessicka Havok v Alicia v Lexxus; Tina San Antonio v Brittney Savage; Marti Belle v Nikki Addams; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay v Annie Social & Kimber Lee; Jessie Brooks v Addy Starr; Niya v Saturyne; Kalamity v Leva Bates; Mercedes Martinez v LuFisto
October 14: TNA Bound For Glory (Phoenix, AZ) – Miss Tessmacher v Tara
October 14: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Natsumi Showzuki v Yoshiko ; Io Shirai & She Nay Nay v Hiroyo Matsumoto & Veda Scott; Kairi Hojo & Yuusaku v Kyoko Kimura & Hailey Hatred; Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa v Natsuki*Taiyo & Yoshiko; Yuzuki Aikawa v Act Yasukawa
October 19: SHINE 4 (Ybor City, FL) – SHINE 4 (Ybor City, FL) – Sweet Saraya v Jazz; Jessicka Havok v Leva Bates; Mercedes Martinez v Santana Garrett; Taylor Made & Allysin Kay v Davina Rose & Shazza McKenzie; Rain v Christina Von Eerie; Kellie Skater v Reby Sky; Brandi Wine v Kimberly; Rhia O’Reilly v Su Yung
October 20: North Coast Pro Wrestling (Port Macquarie, Australia) – Alex Lee v Charlie
October 20: NWA Top Rope (Lebanon, TN) – Tasha Simone v Kacee Carlisle
October 20: CWF Mid-Atlantic (Gibsonville, NC) – Kellie Skater v Sassy Stephie
October 21: Stardom (Osaka, Japan) – Io Shirai & Natsumi SHowzuki v Kyoko Kimura & Hailey Hatred; Yuzuki Aikawa & Yuusaku v Hiroyo Matsumoto & Kairi Hojo; Natsuki*Taiyo v Saki Kashima; Nanae Takahashi v Alpha Female
October 26: AAW (Berwyn, IL) – MsChif v Sweet Saraya
October 27: Extreme World Wrestling (Hastings, England) – Lady Lory v Erin Angel; Dominator & The Rage v Skarlett & The Bull
October 27: Swiss Championship Wrestling (Wil, Switzerland) – Shanna v Laura Wellings
October 27: New Horizons Pro Wrestling (Gosnells, Australia) – Miami v Storm
October 27-28: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)
October 28: Ice Ribbon “Yokohama Ribbon” (Yokohama, Japan) – Mio Shirai v Tsukasa Fujimoto; Miyako Matsumoto v Kyoko Kimura
October 31: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Carmel Jacob
November 3: nCw Femmes Fatales X (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – Sweet Cherrie v Cherry Bomb; LuFisto v Mercedes Martinez; Pink Flash Kira v Portia Perez; LuFisto v Hiroyo Matsumoto; Mercedes Martinez v Pink Flash Kira; Ryo Mizunami v Courtney Rush; Sweet Saraya v Cat Power; Kalamity v Kellie Skater; Angie Skye v X-Cute Sweet v Athena v Cheerleader Melissa; Ryo Mizunami v Xandra Bale v Leah Von Dutch; Sassy Stephie v Mary Lee Rose
November 4: Insane Championship Wrestling (Glasgow, Scotland) – Kay Lee Ray v April Davids
November 9: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Angel Williams v Kay Lee Ray
November 9: World Association on Women’s Wrestling (Norwich, England)
November 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Sudbury, England) – Alpha Female v Nikki Storm; Carmel Jacob v Angelina Love; Janey Britannico v Shanna; Erin Angel v Fiona Frazer; Kirsty Love v Blue Nikita
November 10: NWA Hammerlock (Tonbridge, England) – Pollyanna v Katey Harvey
November 10: Acclaim Pro Wrestling (Greely, ONT, Canada) – Addy Starr v Courtney Rush v Vanessa Kraven v Leah Von Dutch v Xandra Bale v Jodi D’Milo
November 23: Scottish Wrestling Alliance (Motherwell, Scotland) – Fiona Fraser v Nikki Storm
December 7: St Louis Anarchy (Alton, IL) – Angelus Layne v Rachel Summerlyn
December 16: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Jessicka Havok v Jaykus Plisken
February 2: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Preston, England)
March 30: nCw Femmes Fatales XI (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
April 6: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Secaucus, NJ)
April 13-14: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)
May 4: ICW: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland)
July 6: nCw Femmes Fatales XII (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
– Lee Burton