Until today, the only match which we knew was going to be taking place at Bellatrix 6 on June 23 was Rhia O’Reilly defending the British Championship against Erin Angel – a match which is likely to deliver, especially since they have tangled twice in the past month with each claiming a victory over the other. However, the promotion has now revealed what its big roster featuring a lot of debuting women will be up to on the show, and there are quite a few first-time encounters on the card…
As you can see from the match graphic above, Liberty will defend the RQW European Championship which she won from Queen Maya at Bellatrix 5 against the debuting Shanna, in what will likely be one of the marquee matches of the show. Meanwhile, the former champion will face the test of another debutante when she steps into the ring with the new ICW: Fierce Females Scottish Champion Kay Lee Ray in a contest which sees one of the participants with a noted size advantage, while the other will likely use speed and guile to get the win.
Another contest in that ilk will see Bellatrix stalwart Penelope face former World Of Stardom and Pro Wrestling: EVE Champion Alpha Female in what will be a rematch from their encounter on a Southside Wrestling Entertainment show last December. On that occasion, it was the German who scored the win – however, both have more experience under their respective belts considering Penelope’s repertoire and is confidence growing all the time, while Alpha has recently completed an extended and successful visit to Japan.
Nikki Storm – who has also recently come back from a trip to the Far East – will battle Norway’s Miss Mina in what we can expect to be a technical outing, while fellow Scots Viper and Bete Noire will meet Violet O’Hara and Chanel in tag team action, where the visitors will likely use their size and strength advantage to attempt to dominate their opponents.
The final three matches to mention all feature Bellatrix regulars. The tormenting Skarlett is up against France’s X-Cute Sweet, who since competing at Bellatrix 2 last summer has experienced success outside of Europe, competing at Femmes Fatales X in Montreal, Quebec, Canada last November. Destiny – who was in the main event of Bellatrix 5 – is likely to be involved in a hard-hitting war with Finland’s Aurora Flame, who fell to Queen Maya at Bellatrix 2, while Saraya Knight rounds off the nine match card against Scotland’s Carmel Jacob. Both are known for being tactical, calculating and at time, sneaky – so expect a battle of brains as well as brawl there.
Bellatrix 6 takes place at Epic Studios in Norwich, England on June 23, and will also be available to view on iPPV. For now anyone who wants to attend can buy tickets from the promotion’s revamped website.
– Lee Burton