On October 1, 2011, Madison Eagles was at the height of her career. As well as being the reigning SHIMMER Champion – holding the belt for close to 18 months – she had just been presented with the plaque for emerging on top of the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Female 50, becoming the first woman who wasn’t a WWE Diva or TNA Knockout to win the honour. Despite a nagging shoulder injury suffered in a car accident the previous April which had restricted her bookings, she was in the middle of a string of five matches in three days, culminating with her dropping the SHIMMER belt to Cheerleader Melissa in the main event of volume 44.
Two days later, Eagles’ momentum would come to a crashing halt.
During training for a match in CHIKARA with Kana on Friday, October 7 in Burlington, NC, a double stomp hyperextended her knee so badly that when the doctor was able to take a good look at it, the prognosis was as bad as it could be. The 28 year old was given two options – have surgery which would solve the problem but mean that she could never wrestle again, or to see if it will heal of its own accord, though there would be no timeframe to determine how long it would take. It could be a few months, or it could be years, if ever. Not willing to bow out of wrestling if it was not on her own terms, the 11-year veteran elected to wait it out.
So she waited. And waited.
And then, things started to feel better.
In June, Eagles blogged that her knee was slowly improving, though running, jumping and kneeling were off the agenda. At least she was off crutches, and the knee brace had been thrown to one side – and she set herself a rough estimate for her return, which would be the end of 2012. As it turns out, she was perilously close to being right, missing out by less than two weeks.
On November 2, the matriarch of Australian women’s wrestling announced that she would return on PWA’s show in Toukley, NSW on January 12 – which is this Saturday. In mid-December, she tweeted a picture of herself at wrestling training, which was the first time since the injury occurred, and around the same time, SHIMMER promoter Dave Prazak told us that she would make her return to the promotion on volume 53 on April 6 in Secaucus, NJ – which presumably means that she will also compete at the following weekend’s tapings back in Berwyn, IL, though nothing has been made official on that front. On January 5, she revealed she was back jogging, which was equally encouraging news.
Last week, the details of her comeback match was made public, with her teaming with PWA Champion Mick Moretti against protege and former tag team partner Jessie McKay & her husband Ryan Eagles, positioning herself as a heel. Expect there to be no hero’s welcome, no smiling to the fans and no promos talking about her love for wrestling or her supporters – though I’m sure everyone in that building will be glad she is back in the ring.
The following weekend, she would be in another tag team match in Casula alongside Shazza McKenzie against McKay and PWWA Interim Champion Evie – though Evie has a title defence on Saturday against Shazza, so things are somewhat up in the air there. Wrestling in tag matches for her comeback is a wise move, as it means less ring time and consequently, she can ease herself back into the action, rather than going out all guns blazing and risking a re-injury taking place. This way, she can drop-feed herself back in and tag out if it starts to ache.
The question has to be asked though: what kind of Madison Eagles should we expect? I write that stuff about her taking it easy, but this is a woman who wrestled with a broken forearm because she believed the bone would heal better if it was being worked. This is a woman who had a wrecked shoulder yet still took part in five gruelling matches over three days. This is a woman who likes to push herself to the absolute limit, and then a little further. Hopefully she pushes herself far enough to be happy but not so far that she does damage to herself.
I make no apologies when I say that Madison Eagles is one of my favourite wrestlers to watch, as everything seems to effortless for her – though I’m not selfish enough to have her throw moonsaults and roundhouse kicks on a leg which may not be 100% yet. I would imagine that she has been hugely restless during the healing process, and believes that the only way to know if the knee is good is to give it a proper test, and that’s to get into the ring. I hope that she is smiling on Sunday morning – after the waiting she has had to do, she deserves it.
Welcome back, champ.
WAVE founder GAMI made the announcement after the main event of the promotion’s first show of 2013 – where she lost to OZ Academy’s Mayumi Ozaki – that this would be her final year of wrestling, saying that her final match would be on December 30.
The 44-year old walks away from in-ring competition, though presumably will still deal with the day-to-day running of WAVE as well as possibly the training too, but it also draws the curtain on a 22-year career which has seen her rack up titles, as well as compete in promotions – both existing and defunct – all across Japan.
Her greatest in-ring success came in ARSION, where over a two-year period between 2000 and 2002, she racked up four Twin Star of ARSION (Tag Team Championship) reigns, enjoying two each with Rie Tamada and Lioness Asuka. Proving that her skills really lay in tag team action, she also won the JWP doubles straps in 2001 with Command Bolshoi, and more recently, held the WAVE Tag belts with Tomoka Nakagawa last year. However, she also enjoyed some success in the singles ranks too, winning the Catch The Wave League in 2010, beating Ayumi Kurihara in the final.
As her age catches up with her, GAMI has altered her ring work to be more of a comedy wrestler, and is known to bop her opponents over the head with the megaphone which she carries around with her, as well as grab the boobs of opponents, partners, whoever. As one wrestler told us while laughing, “you haven’t really been in WAVE if GAMI hasn’t groped you at some point”.
Women Superstars Uncensored issued a big update on Friday about An Ultraviolent Affair on February 9. The show will be broadcast on iPPV, despite promoter Drew Cordiero “personally not 100% sold on the format”, as he also explained to us on the most recent Women Of Wrestling Podcast – however, he wants the maximum amount of people to see the product as possible.
There’s going to be a stipulation added to the Tag Team Title match with Allysin Kay and Sassy Stephie defending against Kimber Lee & Annie Social. According to WSU, the champs will make the decision. Elsewhere, the winner of the Falls Count Anywhere match between Mercedes Martinez and LuFisto will become the top contender to the WSU Championship. Also announced will be a 6-woman match between WSU and Combat Zone Wrestling, and Niya will be given another shot to get onto the roster after losing to Saturyne last October, though the Intergalactic Luchadora won’t be there, as she has a prior booking.
Away from An Ultraviolent Affair, Marti Belle will defend the Spirit Title at the National Pro Wrestling Day on February 2, and WSU will work a new King and Queen of the Ring tournament with Beyond Wrestling. Cordiero also said that a collaboration with WSU and AIW is “inevitable”.
Meanwhile, it seems that Brittney Savage will not be a part of the show after tweeting that she won’t be there, saying she wasn’t invited. Luscious Latasha retweeted it and revealed she wouldn’t be there as well. It’s amazing how Twitter lends itself to some spectacular foot-shooting.
Elsewhere on the site, Stew spoke to Kimberly ahead of SHINE 6 on Friday where she will take on Leva Bates; we posted the first two episodes of TNA’s British Boot Camp show featuring the Blossom Twins and added in a match from their past too, and had a match between the soon-to-retire Yuzuki Aikawa and Ayumi Kurihara. Click the links to jump to the posts.
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Victoria Taber, who was on the very first season of Tough Enough back in 2001, has written an e-book about her time on the show. Considering she quit after two weeks, I can’t imagine it’s too long. Incidentally, I’ve read the sample, and it’s horrible to read… Former WWF Women’s Champion Madusa (Alundra Blayze) tweeted that she will be in attendance at Raw’s 20th anniversary show in Houston, TX next Monday – as an audience member… Natalya was interviewing wrestlers on the Saturday Morning Slam. Coupled with this and her valeting the Great Khali, it looks like she’s being edged away from wrestling… Eve Torres and Kaitlyn have been wrestling around the house show circuit over the last week, which led to a Divas Title match on Raw last night between the two. Kaitlyn won by count out when Torres did a runner to save her title… Skyler Moon was backstage at Raw last night too. She’s been off TV for months while she received help for an eating disorder.
The Knockouts tag team match on last Thursday’s Impact Wrestling with Mickie James & Miss Tessmacher against Gail Kim and Tara went for 13 minutes, which in eternity for women’s matches on TV. Mickie pinned Gail with her DDT to get the win… Brooke Hogan, Velvet Sky and the Blossom Twins have been added to TNA’s UK tour later this month.
Melanie Cruise will defend the Resistance Pro Women’s Championship against Amazing Kong at the Stay Hungry show on January 19… Amber O’Neal joins Santana Garrett on the Women Of Wrestling roster – tapings start on January 19… The award-winning GLOW documentary will be released on DVD on March 26… Mia Svensson has been added to the Bombshell Ladies Of Wrestling lineup for February 9. She’s been added to the Tracy Taylor v La Rosa Negra match to make it a 3-way… Maryse will be in England for the London Film and Comic Con between July 5-7… Molly Holly is booked to appear to appear at Remix Pro Wrestling’s show in Marietta, OH on April 27 under her Mighty Molly gimmick – she’ll be managing the Hurricane… Absolute Intense Wrestling’s Girls Night Out 8 on March 1 will be an iPPV… Nicole Matthews will defend the ECCW Tag Team Championship with her Riot partner Ravenous Randy against Artemis Spencer & Tony Baroni on Saturday… Jessie Belle won her first Ohio Valley Wrestling Women’s Championship on Saturday, defeating Taeler Hendrix at the promotion’s Saturday Night Special… Athena made her Ring Of Honor debut on Saturday. She was defeated by MsChif via the Obliteration – she almost got the victory with the O-Face, but MsChif’s foot was on the ropes. Veda Scott commentated on the match… Jillian Hall was announced by Paul Burchill as the new boss of the women of Crossfire Entertainment after her match with Cheerleader Melissa on Saturday in Nashville, TN ended in a no-contest… North Shore Pro Wrestling has put out an open challenge on behalf of its champion LuFisto ahead of its show on Saturday… Front row tickets for the SHIMMER DVD tapings on April 13 sold out within an hour. After three hours, there was only one front row ticket left for April 14. Evie has also been announced for volumes 54-57 after being announced for 53. Speaking of 53, Made In Sin (Allysin Kay & Taylor Made) have been announced for the show… Seleziya Sparx is close to getting the all clear to start training again. She had surgery to repair her ACL about a year ago… Tammy Lynn Sytch reported on her Facebook that she is home from her fourth stint in rehab after being arrested a bunch of times in a couple of weeks in the autumn. She also reports that she is engaged.
Ayako Hamada was given her Ringbelles Wrestling of the Year trophy at the start of WAVE’s new year show by nCw Femmes Fatales promoter Stephane Bruyere. Many thanks both to him and to WAVE for helping with or allowing the presentation to take place… Funny timing – in last week’s Roundup, I mentioned about the possible future of Hikari Minami – it’s now emerged that she has officially resigned from Ice Ribbon. If she does return to wrestling following her studies, I wonder which promotion she may gravitate to… Speaking of Ice Ribbon, new ICEx60 Champion Maki Narumiya received some devastating news last week. Ringstars reports that she is out indefinitely with spinal cord damage after missing last Thursday’s event in Saitama, and was hospitalised with neck pain after her match in Yokohama on Saturday. There’s no word yet on if she will have to forfeit the title which she won from Mio Shirai on December 31… Staying with Ice Ribbon, the Triangle Ribbon title is vacant after champ Hayley Hatred, Makoto Oishi and Tsukasa Fujimoto went to a 15 minute time limit draw. A new champion will be determined on February 11. Meanwhile, Ice Ribbon’s internet show 19 Pro has been canned for now following the departure of Sayaka Obihiro, who set 19 Pro up before she was injured for a large period of time… Kaori Yoneyama announced her resignation from JWP on Sunday after 12 years with the promotion. She has spent most of the last year moonlighting with Gatoh Move. On the same show, Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeated Command Bolshoi & JWP Openweight Champion Arisa Nakajima to win the JWP Tag and Daily Sports Women’s Tag Team Championship… Another addition to Gatoh Move’s roster; Riho’s sister Seina – who retired at RibbonMania 2011 – is the promotion’s ring announcer in Japan.
April Davids will face Bubblegum in the first round of the PCW Road To Glory Tournament on February 1 and 2. The winner will be part of the main event of the promotion’s 2nd anniversary show… Nikki Storm will challenge the Pro Wrestling: EVE Champion (currently Emi Sakura) on February 2. The Three Minute Warning match will return to EVE on the card too… EVE’s second Queen of the Ring tournament will take place on May 25 in Nottingham, England… Katarina Leigh will be part of the Wrestling Legends show in Walsrode, Germany on February 23… Kay Lee Ray will take on Shanna on February 3 in Wolverhampton, England.
Ivelisse Velez made her Mexico debut on New Year’s Day, teaming with Cosmico & Eita to beat Celestial, Flamita & Sexy Lady in a 6-person mixed tag match.
Australia & New Zealand
Nikita Naridian is on her way back to Canada to train with Teddy Hart ahead of her debut in Mexico – she spent three months there last year to train with Lance Storm in Calgary.
January 1: Perros del Mal (Tlalnepantla, Mexico) – Cosmico, Eita & Ivelisse Velez b Celestial, Flamita & Sexy Lady; Trauma I & Trauma II b Fabi & Mari Apache
January 1: CMLL (Guadalajara, Mexico) – La Comandante, Princesa Sugheit & Zeuxis b Lady Afrodita, Luna Mágica & Silueta
January 2: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jessie Belle b Epiphany
January 3: TNA Impact Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Mickie James & Miss Tessmacher b Gail Kim & Tara
January 3: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Risa Sera b Rutsuko Yamaguchi; Meari Naito b 235; Tsukasa Fujimoto v Tsukushi went to a time limit draw; Hikaru Shida v Neko Nitta went to a time limit draw; Rutsuko Yamaguchi b 235; Tsukasa Fujimoto b Meari Naito; Neko Nitta v Tsukushi went to a time limit draw; Hikaru Shida v Risa Sera went to a time limit draw; Neko Nita, Risa Sera & Tsukasa Fujimoto b Meari Naito, Tsukushi & Rutsuko Yamaguchi
January 4: WWE SmackDown (Richmond, VA) – The Great Khali, Hornswoggle & Natalya b Primo, Epico & Rosa Mendes; Tamina Snuka b Layla
January 4: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dalis la Caribeña, Estrellita & Goya Kong b Amapola, La Comandante & La Seductora via DQ
January 4: WWE (Pensacola, FL) – Eve Torres b Kaitlyn
January 4: TNA (Salisbury, MD) – Tara b Mickie James
January 4: REINA x World (Chiba, Japan) – TAKA Michinoku & Bambi b Mini Tomato & Charlie Simone Aussie; Mini Tomato & Charlie Simone Aussie b TAKA Michinoku & Bambi; Aki Kambayashi b Alex Lee & Mayumi Hashiba in a 3-way; Mia Yim b Aoi Ishibashi; Mia Yim won a battle royale
January 4: WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Sawako Shimono, Kellie Skater & Ryo Mizunami b Shu Shibutani, Cherry & Tomoka Nakagawa; Mio Shirai b Moeka Haruhi I; Ayako Hamada b Yuu Yamagata; Kana & Ayumi Kurihara b Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Apple Miyuki; Misaki Ohata & Tsukasa Fujimoto v Yumi Ohka & Hikaru Shida went to a time limit draw; Mayumi Ozaki b GAMI
January 5: Ring Of Honor (Baltimore, MD) – MsChif b Athena
January 5: Ice Ribbon (Yokohama, Japan) – Risa Sera, Hiroshi Fukuda & Tank Nagai b Neko Nitta, Hideyoshi Kamitani & Yuusaku Ito; Kurumi b 235; Aoi Kizuki & Tsukushi b Meari Naito & Sareee; Kana b Miyako Matsumoto; Hailey Hatred v Makoto Oishi v Tsukasa Fujimoto in a 3-way went to a time limit draw; Maki Narumiya & Hamuko Hoshi b Aja Kong & Hikaru Shida
January 5: Crossfire Entertainment (Nashville, TN) – Cheerleader Melissa v Jillian Hall went to a no contest; Jessicka Havok b Angel Dust
January 5: Ring Wars Carolina (Lumberton, NC) – Rosita b Mia Svensson
January 5: Millennium Pro Wrestling (Simi Valley, CA) – Los Luchas & NY Knockout Nikki b Hed Owens, Ferm Owens & Hector Canales
January 5: Purely Obsessed Wrestling World (Fox Lake, IL) – Melanie Cruise v Stacy Shadows went to a double count out
January 5: World Xtreme Wrestling (Minneola, FL) – Kimberly b Nikki Roxx
January 5: TNA (Philadelphia, PA) – Tara b Mickie James
January 5: WWE (Columbus, GA) – Eve Torres b Kaitlyn
January 5: WWE (San Juan, Puerto Rico) – Layla b Aksana
January 5: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jessie Bell b Taeler Hendrix to win the OVW Women’s Championship
January 5: Deep South Championship Wrestling (Blue Ridge, GA) – Jessica Wetmore b Dementia D’Rose
January 5: Top Rope Wrestling (Waynesboro, VA) – Angelina Love b Katarina Leigh
January 6: Dramatic Dream Team (Yokohama, Japan) – Hideyoshi Kamitani, Tank Nagai & Risa Sera b Hiroshi Fukuda, Yusaku Ito & Neko Nitta; Kana, Mio Shirai & Sanshiro Takagi b Michael Nakazawa, Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Hikaru Sato
January 6: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Natsumi Showzuki b Yui Yokoo & Mayu Iwatani in a 3-way; Io Shirai b Kellie Skater; Yuzuki Aikawa, Hiroyo Matsumoto, Yuhi & Kairi Hojo b Natsuki*Taiyo, Yoshiko, Act Yasukawa & Saki Kashima; Kyoko Kimura & Hailey Hatred b Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa; Miho Wakizawa won the Stardom New Year Rumble
January 6: Gatoh Move (Itabashi, Japan) – Choun Shiryu & Hiroyo Matsumoto b Ken Ohka & Morii; Kaori Yoneyama b Rubber Man; Cherry v Kay Lee Ray went to a time limit draw; Kazuhiro Tamura b Hanako Nakamori; Kaori Yoneyama & Sayaka Obihiro b Riho & Emi Sakura; Morii won a battle royale
January 6: Diana (Kawasaki, Japan) – Jaguar Yokota b Kyoko Inoue & Sareee in a 3-way; Kaoru Ito & Tomoko Watanabe b Yumiko Hotta & Keiko Aono in a 30 minute Iron Woman Match
January 6: JWP (Itabashi, Japan) – Sawako Shimono b Reideen Hagane; Rabbit Miu & Nana Kawasa b Manami Katsu & Aki Shizuku; Leon & Ray b Hanako Nakamori & Kay Lee Ray; Sachie Abe & KAZUKI b Kaori Yoneyama & Morii; Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki b Command Bolshoi & Arisa Nakajima to win the JWP Tag & Daily Sports Women’s Tag Team Championship
January 6: WWE (Tallahassee, FL) – Eve Torres b Kaitlyn
January 6: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Princesa Sugheit, Princesa Blanca & Tiffany b Silueta, Luna & Marcela
January 7: WWE Raw (Tampa, FL) – Kaitlyn b Eve Torres via count-out
January 11: SHINE 6 (Ybor City, FL) – Christina Von Eerie & MsChif v Allysin Kay & Taylor Made; Leva Bates v Kimberly; Jessicka Havok v Reby Sky; Amazing Kong v Mercedes Martinez
January 12: Acclaim Pro Wrestling (Greely, ON, Canada) – Courtney Rush & Jody D’Milo v Vanessa Kraven & Addy Starr
January 12: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, BC, Canada) – Nicole Matthews & Ravenous Randy v Artemis Spencer & Tony Baroni
January 12: Pro Wrestling Alliance (Toukley, Australia) – Evie v Shazza McKenzie; Mick Moretti & Madison Eagles v Jessie McKay & Ryan Eagles
January 14: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Kellie Skater, Tomoka Nakagawa & Portia Perez v Mayu Iwatani, Io Shirai & Natsumi Showzuki
January 14: Union (Tokyo, Japan) – Cherry & Masako Takanashi v Mio Shirai & Yuko Miyamoto
January 18: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Carmel Jacob v Mad Man Manson
January 19: Resistance Pro (Merrionette Park, IL) – Melanie Cruise v Amazing Kong
January 19: AIWF Mid-Atlantic (Mt Airy, NC) – Mia Svensson v Lei’D Tapa
January 19: Pro Wrestling Alliance (Casula, Australia) – Evie & Jessie McKay v Madison Eagles & Shazza McKenzie
January 19: Rad Pro Wrestling (South Shields, England) – Frankie Sloan & Nikki Storm v Rubix Roach & Kirsty Love; Jainus Centurion & Kay Lee Ray v Sam Adonis & Rhia O’Reilly; Carbon v Viper; Pollyanna v Freya Frenzy
January 20: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Rachel Summerlyn v Darin Childs
January 26: Scottish Wrestling Entertainment (Dundee, Scotland) – Sammii Jayne v Viper
January 26: Zero 1 USA (Mattoon, IL) – Serenity v Angelus Layne
January 27: Wrestling Is Respect (Boonton, NJ) – Saturyne v Veda Scott; Angel Orsini v Kimber Lee
January 27: Dramatic Dream Team (Tokyo, Japan) – Sanshiro Takagi & Yuzuki Aikawa v Danshoku Dino & Yoshiko
February 1: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – April Davids v Bubblegum
February 2: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Preston, England) – Emi Sakura v Nikki Storm
February 2: American States Wrestling Alliance (Mansfield, OH) – Sassy Stephie v Ryley Rage
February 2: Destination 1 Wrestling (Charlestown, IN) – Kimber Lee v Crazy Mary Dobson
February 3: Alternative Wrestling World (Wolverhampton, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Shanna
February 8: F.I.G.H.T. (Shepherdstown, WV) – Kimber Lee v Jessie Kaye
February 9: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ) – LuFisto v Mercedes Martinez; Annie Social & Kimber Lee v Allysin Kay & Sassy Stephie
February 9: Bombshell Ladies Of Wrestling (Metuchen, NJ) – Sumie Sakai v Katarina Leigh; Sienna Duvall v Missy Sampson; Amazing Kong v Amy Lee; Shelly Martinez v Amber O’Neal; Niki Nitro v Silvie Silver; Santana Garrett v Mia Yim; Miss Adiva v Becky Bayless; Mia Svensson v Tracy Taylor v La Rosa Negra
February 16: Family Wrestling Entertainment (Brooklyn, NY) – Maria Kanellis v Angelina Love; Gail Kim v Katerina Leigh; Ivelisse Velez v Reby Sky
February 17: Insane Championship Wrestling (Edinburgh, Scotland) – Bete Noire v Viper; Mikey Whiplash & Carmel Jacob v Jack Jester & Kay Lee Ray
February 23: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Sudbury, England)
March 1: Absolute Intense Wrestling Girls Night Out 8 (Cleveland, OH)
March 2: Extreme World Wrestling (Hastings, England) – Skarlett v Phillip Bateman
March 30: nCw Femmes Fatales XI (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – Kalamity v Mercedes Martinez; Cheerleader Melissa v Jessicka Havok; LuFisto v Sweet Saraya
April 6: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Secaucus, NJ) – Sweet Saraya v Cheerleader Melissa; Athena v Ayako Hamada
April 13-14: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)
April 27: Remix Pro Wrestling (Marietta, OH) – Sassy Stephie v Christina Von Eerie
May 4: ICW: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland)
May 25: Pro Wrestling: EVE Queen of the Ring (Nottingham, England)
June 23: Anarchy Championship Wrestling American Joshi Queen of Queens (Austin, TX)
July 6: nCw Femmes Fatales XII (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
– Lee Burton
– Photos by Madison Eagles, Cagematch, Skyler Moon, Joshi4Hope, Perros del Mal, OVW