Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been doing a lot of retrospective articles. From the looks back to the 2012 award winners to the announcing of the 2013 recipients, from the personal highlights of Stew and myself to reviews of of the Women Of Wrestling Podcasts and our other audio shows, there has been a big look into the past. Now, here’s a look into the future.
Both Stew and I have written a list of things we would like to see happen in 2014. Neither of us have a crystal ball – or more critically, a booking sheet – so we can’t say whether any of these will actually happen, but this is what we would like to see in a perfect world.
Seeing as I’m here, I’ll start:
• I would love to see LuFisto win the SHIMMER Championship. After storming through the last set of tapings and working up a pretty heated rivalry with reigning titleholder Cheerleader Melissa, she ended Female Fight Season standing above her enemy at the end of Femmes Fatales XIII. While no plans have been put in place for SHIMMER 62 in New Orleans, LA, I would be happy to see Melissa and Lufisto in the main event with the Super Hardcore Anime taking the title which would mean the world to her. Even if she only holds it until the DVD tapings the following week, I would love for it to happen.
• How about a Saraya Knight babyface turn in SHIMMER too? I’m not talking about smiling and high-fiving fans on the way to the ring, but for the evil Brit to show a level of respect for an opponent who beat her at her own game. Imagine if Knight stood by the side of Christina Von Eerie after saving her from some sort of beatdown, saying that she doesn’t particularly like Von Eerie, but can acknowledge that she has a lot of fight in her. It may also help to add a new dimension to Saraya’s character.
• I’ve become a big Melanie Cruise fan and want her to do really well in 2014. She has now put all the pieces into place to be a monster heel.
• I’d love for more people to pay attention to what’s going on in Scotland this year. Nikki Storm opened a lot of eyes during her US trip, and hopefully those eyes will be drawn to her regular opponents and partners back home. The likes of Carmel Jacob, Viper, Kay Lee Ray and others all bring unique attributes to the table, and deserve our attention.
• I would like a new figurehead of Ice Ribbon in 2014. I’m not saying that Tsukasa Fujimoto is not worthy of the position, but with four reigns as the ICEx∞ Champion, she is in the perfect position to elevate some talent to the title. Hikaru Shida, Maki Narumiya and Tsukushi have all held the belt – back when it was the ICEx60 title – and are more than capable of being the focal point of the promotion. Ice Ribbon is the joshi group which I hold most dear as it’s the one that I was first exposed to, and I’d love for it to be freshened up a little.
• Even if it’s just for a short run, I’d love Sara Del Rey to work TV in WWE.
• Speaking of WWE, I want the Divas v Total Divas feud to end NOW. It has been going on for too long, does not develop and is an easy excuse to get a bunch of women on TV. How about some coherent storylines which can allow the women to get some promo time and work singles matches instead of everyone being lost in a cloud of other people? AJ Lee needs some new opponents and they could be built up with mini-feuds on shows like Superstars or Main Event, instead of having pointless exhibitions which don’t matter, advance nobody and makes the division even more stagnant?
• On a similar note, WWE should have a Diva clearout in 2014. The company has stacks of women in developmental – some which are nearly ready to be moved up a level – and it’s already pretty crowded on Raw and SmackDown. Wrestlers who have been there for a long time and haven’t been been in title feuds or drawn money – Rosa Mendes and Aksana, for example – have had their time and should be cleared out for new, hungry wrestlers who could make a real difference.
And now, here’s Stew with his 2014 wishes…
• I want to see Ivelisse Velez expand out of SHINE this year. Not going to lie, I’m hoping Ivelisse wins the SHINE title at SHINE 16 on January 24th – but even then, I hope other promoters take an interest in using this talented lady in the coming year. With roots in Chicago, SHIMMER is an obvious choice – but whether it’s WSU, AIW, Femmes Fatales or anywhere else, I don’t care. I just want more Ivelisse in the coming year.
• Similarly, I hope for big years for Heidi Lovelace, Jewells Malone and Barbi Hayden. Look, if I’m honest, I hope *everybody* has a great 2014 – but as I mentioned in my 2013 memories, these three (along with Ivelisse) were the people I really got to see a lot more of in the last year who really scream “STAR!” at me. There’ll be something very wrong if all four of these women haven’t significantly raised their stock by this time next year.
• Less of a hope and more of a prediction – but barring unforeseen circumstances, 2014 should be Courtney Rush’s year. Her shoulder injury back in September couldn’t have come at a worse time. It robbed her of her title defence against Liberty at Bellatrix 7, a marquee #1 contender match with Cheerleader Melissa at Femmes Fatales, and what should have and could have been a big chance to step up at SHIMMER. What’s great is that the injury doesn’t appear to have affected her position in any of the promotions – she’ll still be defending her Bellatrix Title in the UK in 2014, she’s still got that huge match with Melissa at Femmes Fatales (now an Iron Woman match, no less), and she’s motivated to take 2014 by the scruff of the neck. When promotions are willing to put plans for you on hold until you’re ready rather than just move on with someone else in your spot, you know things are looking up.
• Another prediction that I can almost etch in stone is that 2014 will be the year that Paige makes the main roster at WWE and becomes a huge star. I’ll go so far as to say that we might even see her by April, in the usual post WrestleMania deck shuffling. She’s clearly ready from an in-ring perspective, and WWE have been careful not to bring her up when she is (in their eyes) “too young”. Heck, I’d love to see a wiping of the slate amongst the WWE main roster divas and a bunch of NXT talents come up this year (Emma & Sasha Banks as the most likely), but Paige is pretty much a dead cert.
• Mickie James and/or Amazing Kong to return to WWE. I think the door is at least ajar for both of these to happen in 2014 – it’s just whether or not WWE management feel strongly enough about either woman to make it a reality. They’re both older women than WWE would normally like to sign, but they bring plenty of working experience and would be great on-the-job teachers for the WWE Divas (especially if a bunch of NXT talents come up this year). There’s little doubt that Mickie was doing some of her best work in years towards the tail end of her TNA run, and Amazing Kong has worked diligently on her weight, looking significantly more streamlined in the last half year in SHINE. Wouldn’t it be great to see what the plans would’ve been for Kharma after all?
• On the TNA side of things, wouldn’t it be nice if they had more of a Knockouts division? At the minute, with contracts being slashed all over the place and so much uncertainty about the future of the company, it’s hard to see where any new talent might come from. Madison Rayne returned, yes, but you’ve got to believe that was more for the easy schedule as a new mother as much as anything else. If TNA does get bought out, or refinanced in some way or other, it’d be good to see the Knockouts division getting a little care and attention.
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The Wrestling Observer reports that Layla is not medically cleared to wrestle, though there is no word as to what the medical issue is. She hasn’t wrestled since September 23… AJ Lee’s “Pipebombshell” promo which she delivered to the Total Divas cast on the post SummerSlam Raw back in August was deemed the second best piece of mic work of 2013 by WWE.com… Jim Ross updated the Q&A section of his website with thoughts on the Divas division: “I’d like to see the Divas taken more seriously and have their athleticism focused on a bit more. AJ is the star of the Divas division at this time.” Can’t really argue with any of that. He also put over Summer Rae in is latest blog, saying that she looks “more and more like a major player every week”… Kaitlyn worked on the heel team against a Total Divas quartet on WWE’s house show in Hartford, CT on Friday… It was not an optical illusion – Aksana got the win for her team on Raw by pinning Nikki Bella in the latest Divas v Total Divas match… The reason why Natalya & AJ Lee weren’t at Raw is because they were wrestling on a house show in Toronto. Natalya won the non-title match – and has been winning most of their house show matches over the last week… WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young has been moved into a hospice after being hospitalised over the last week. Mae, 90, was scheduled to be part of next week’s Old School edition of Raw.
Lei’D Tapa defeated ODB on last week’s Impact Wrestling. After the match, Gail Kim said if you mess with her, you mess with Tapa too. Bully Ray and Brooke Tessmacher also went their separate ways after trading insults at each other – and Brooke did a good job holding up her end of the promo. Bully got the upper hand by getting really dark, but Tessmacher stood her ground the whole time… Where the hell are the Blossom Twins? Since being pulled from Ohio Valley Wrestling by TNA at the start of November, we’ve barely seen or heard anything from them.
The Bodyguy once again tried (and failed) to relinquish the Ohio Valley Wrestling Women’s Championship last Wednesday. This time, he put the belt up against Jessie Belle but before the match could get underway, the Assassin took Jessie’s hand and led her to the back. As a consequence, Bodyguy retained the title via count out… Ivelisse Velez had a scare over Christmas when he father went missing. He was found two days later safe and well… Marc Mero told WGD Weekly that he has no regrets over letting his then-wife Sable beat him up as part of an angle between the two. He had nothing bad to say about her becoming a bigger star than him, or about their divorce in 2004. Very classy… Chyna revealed on Twitter that she’s done with making porn, and repeated that she would love to be part of the Hall Of Fame. I reckon the only chance that she has is in a package deal as part of a D-Generation X induction… Thunderkitty defeated KO Kendra on Saturday to win the Universal Pro Wrestling Women’s Championship… AAW valet Valerie Malone has left the wrestling business. She tweeted her departure in the early hours of Sunday… Christina Von Eerie retained the Alternative Wrestling Show Women’s Championship on Saturday, beating Candice LeRae. Earlier in the card, Malia Hosaka defeated Kitana Vera… Congratulations to Amber O’Neal, who publicly announced her engagement to Drew “Luke Gallows/DOC” Hankinson in an interview with Bill Apter. She also revealed that the Women Of Wrestling promotion – which filmed a bunch of episodes over 2013 but haven’t seen the light of day yet – will hit our screens in 2014… It was only announced about a week ago, but the Xtreme Bombshells Wrestling cage match between Leah Von Dutch and Jillian Hall on February 8 has been scrapped because Hall isn’t able to take the booking. Her replacement in the match is Courtney Rush, who will step into the cage just a week after her scheduled comeback from her fractured clavicle. Jewells Malone and Jasmin have also been announced for the card… Jordynne Grace won the vacant United Independent Wrestling Affiliates Illinois Women’s Championship on Sunday, defeating Jessie Belle Smothers on an IWA Unlimited show… Kylie Pierce became the sole commissioner of Maryland Championship Wrestling on Saturday following a split job between she and Jessie Kaye. Kaye was accused of abusing her position, so the job was put up in a tag team match where each woman could pick a partner. Kylie and Amber Rodriguez defeated Kaye and Kacee Carlisle (substituting for Niya) to win the position… Speaking of Carlisle, she had her National Wrestling League Women’s Championship vacated on Sunday for vague reasons, and put the belt on a line in a 3-way match involving Carlisle, Rene Michelle & Rebecca Payne. Michelle pinned Payne to win the belt. Meanwhile should she beat Jessie Belle this weekend, Carlisle will put the NWA World Women’s Championship on the line against Barbi Hayden at an NWA Houston show on January 25. It will be the third time the pair have met… Rain says that she will “probably be wrestling in England this year”… Jillian Hall says she wants to present her own talk show.
Syuri faces Mia Yim in the main event on the REINA Joshi + Jam show in the Philippines on January 25, with Syuri’s REINA World, CMLL-REINA International and Wrestling New Classic Women’s titles on the line. Syuri’s the figurehead for the initiative, as she is half Filipino. Leon, Ray and Germany’s Lady Lory have also been announced for the event… Hiroyo Matsumoto takes on promising teenager Yuhi at Joshi4Hope V on March 9… Stardom’s end of year show on Sunday drew a huge 1,450 to Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. The main event was World Of Stardom Champion Io Shirai against JWP Openweight Champion Arisa Nakajima in a title for title match – it went to a 30 minute draw so both titleholders kept their respective belts. There were title changes elsewhere on the card though, as Hiroyo Matsumoto, Mayu Iwatani & Miho Wakizawa won the Artist Of Stardom titles from Alpha Female, Kyoko Kimura and The Female Predator “Amazon” and Natsuki*Taiyo regained the High Speed Title from Kaori Yoneyama. Act Yasukawa successfully defended her Wonder Of Stardom Championship against Kellie Skater… Mask de Sun is the new Diana Queen Champion. She defeated Kyoko Inoue on Sunday to win the title… GAMI officially retired from pro wrestling yesterday, winning a 70 person battle royal in her final match, eliminating Regina di WAVE Champion Yumi Ohka last. Mikiko Futagami debuted on November 1, 1990 and wrestled for promotions like All Japan Women, Ladies Legend Pro Wrestling, GAEA and ARSION before co-founding WAVE in 2007 from the ashes of JDStar alongside Ohka and former JDStar booker Tatsuya Takeshi. Never holding a singles title, she did enjoy tag team title reigns in ARSION, JWP and WAVE. She will continue to work with WAVE parent company Zabun, alongside Ohka… Both Tsukasa Fujimoto and Maki Narumiya wrestled handicap matches on Saturday ahead of RibbonMania. Narumiya defeated Neko Nitta & Meari Naito, while Fujimoto beat Hikaru Shida & Miyako Matsumoto in just five seconds when she pinned Matsumoto with a small package. Fujimoto retained the Ice Ribbon ICEx∞ Championship at RibbonMania earlier today, defeating former titleholder Maki Narumiya. Fujimoto has wrestled more than 150 matches this year, and has not missed a single booking because of injury. Elsewhere on the card, Cherry won the Triangle Ribbon title from defending titleholder Neko Nitta and fellow challenger Command Bolshoi, and Kurumi & Kyoko Inoue became the next challengers to Fujimoto and Hikaru Shida’s International Ribbon Tag Team Championship, beating Tsukushi & Manami Toyota.
Lady Lory won the vacant Italian Championship Wrestling Women’s Championship on Friday, beating Morgane Leigh… Violet Vendetta was interviewed by her local newspaper the Stoke Sentinel, where she said she’s looking to secure a WWE tryout in 2014… Courtney Rush v Liberty for the Bellatrix World Championship seems to be on for March 2. It’s one of the matches announced on the Bellatrix 8 poster.
Marcela defeated Princesa Sugheit on Sunday to successfully defend her CMLL World Women’s Championship. Sugheit earned the shot after winning a cibernetico the week before.
December 22: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Osaka, Japan) – Risa Sera & Rina Yamashita b Hikaru Shida & Natsuki Urabe; Mika Iida & Sawako Shimono b Moeka Haruhi & Fairy Nipponbashi; Kana b Ryo Mizunami; Yumi Ohka b GAMI; Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata b Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru & Hibiscus Mii; Misaki Ohata, Mio Shirai & Tsukasa Fujimoto b Shu Shibutani, Cherry & Tomoka Nakagawa
December 22: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Hamuko Hoshi v Yuka went to a time limit draw; Cherry b Miyako Matsumoto & Neko Nitta in a 3-way; Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikaru Shida b Meari Naito & Kaho Kobayashi; 235 b Risa Sera; Hamuko Hoshi won a Royal Rumble
December 22: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) Cinthia Moreno, Faby Apache & Sexy Star b Mamba, Pimpinela Escarlata & Polvo de Estrellas
December 25: WWE Main Event (Corpus Christi, TX) – Natalya and Brie & Nikki Bella b AJ Lee, Tamina Snuka & Aksana
December 25: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Bodyguy b Jessie Belle via count out
December 26: WWE (Chicago, IL) – Natalya b AJ Lee
December 26: WWE (New York, NY) – Naomi, Cameron and Nikki & Brie Bella b Kaitlyn, Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes & Aksana
December 26: TNA Impact Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Lei’D Tapa b ODB
December 27: Italian Championship Wrestling (Cecina, Italy) – Lady Lory b Morgane Leigh to win the ICW Women’s Championship
December 27: WWE (Indianapolis, IN) – Natalya b AJ Lee
December 27: WWE (Hartford, CT) – Cameron, Naomi and Nikki & Brie Bella b Aksana, Rosa Mendes, Alicia Fox & Kaitlyn
December 27: TNA (Philadelphia, PA) – Lei’D Tapa b Velvet Sky
December 27: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Amapola, Dalys & Tiffany b Estrellita, Goya Kong & Silueta
December 28: Wrestling New Classic (Tsu, Japan) – Masaya Takahashi & Koharu Hinata b Fujiwara Rionne & Kaho Kobayashi; Takuya Kito b Lin Byron b Jiro “Ikemen” Kuroshio in a 3-way; AKIRA, Syuri & Yusuke Kodama b TAJIRI, Makoto & Kintaro Kanemura
December 28: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Tsukushi v Yuka went to a time limit draw; Hamuko Hoshi b Miyako Matsumoto; Tsukushi & Neko Nitta b Risa Sera & 235; Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikaru Shida b Maki Narumiya & Meari Naito; Maki Narumiya b Neko Nitta & Meari Naito; Tsukasa Fujimoto b Hikaru Shida & Miyako Matsumoto
December 28: TNA (Long Island, NY) – Lei’D Tapa b Velvet Sky
December 28: Maryland Championship Wrestling (Dundalk, MD) – Amber Rodriguez & Kylie Pierce b Jessie Kaye & Kacee Carlisle
December 28: WWE (Detroit, MI) – Natalya b AJ Lee
December 28: WWE (Newark, DE) – Brie Bella b Alicia Fox
December 28: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Elizabethtown, KY) – Jessie Belle b Ray Lyn
December 28: AAW (Berwyn, IL) – Heather Patera & Knight Wagner b Heidi Lovelace & Tony Rican
December 28: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Malia Hosaka b Kitana Vera; Christina Von Eerie b Candice LeRae
December 28: Universal Pro Wrestling (Goshen, IN) – Thunderkitty b KO Kendra to win the U-Pro Women’s Championship
December 29: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Kairi Hojo b Koguma; Yuhi b Takumi Iroha; Act Yasukawa b Kellie Skater; Natsuki*Taiyo b Kaori Yoneyama to win the High Speed Championship; Hiroyo Matsumoto, Mayu Iwatani & Miho Wakizawa b Kyoko Kimura, Alpha Female & The Female Predator “Amazon” to win the Artist Of Stardom Championship.; Nanae Takahashi & Meiko Satomura b Yoshiko & Kagetu; Io Shirai v Arisa Nakajima went to a time limit draw
December 29: Diana (Kawasaki, Japan) – Kaoru Ito & Rydeen Hagane b Yuiga & Hamuko Hoshi; Keiko Aono & Arisa Nakajima b Jenny Rose & Seleziya Sparx; Jaguar Yokota & Sareee b Makoto & Kaho Kobayashi; Tomoko Watanabe & Megumi Yabushita b Yumiko Hotta & Mima Shimoda; Mask de Sun b Kyoko Inoue to win the Diana Queen Championship
December 29: IWA Unlimited (Ft Branch, IN) – Jordynne Grace b Jessie Belle Smothers to win the UIWA-IL Women’s Championship
December 29: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Marcela b Princesa Sugheit
December 29: National Wrestling League (Hagerstown, MD) – Rene Michelle b Kacee Carlisle & Rebecca Payne to win the NWL Women’s Championship
December 29: WWE (Hershey, PA) – Natalya b AJ Lee
December 30: WWE (Toronto, ON, Canada) – Natalya b AJ Lee
December 30: WWE Raw (Richmond, VI) – Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Aksana, Alicia Fox & Summer Rae b Eva Marie, Nikki and Brie Bella, Cameron & Naomi
December 31: Ice Ribbon “Ribbonmania” (Tokyo, Japan) – Aoi Kizuki & 235 b Meari Naito & Kaho Kobayashi; Jun Kasai & Miyako Matsumoto b Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto and Hamuko Hoshi & Kouzy in a 3-way; Cherry b Neko Nitta & Command Bolshoi in a 3-way to win the Triangle Ribbon Championship; Hikaru Shida b Kagetsu; Misaki Ohata & Mio Shirai b Risa Sera & Rutsuko Yamaguchi; Kurumi & Kyoko Inoue b Tsukushi & Manami Toyota; Tsukasa Fujimoto b Maki Narumiya
January 4: Scottish Wrestling Entertainment (Dundee, Scotland) – Sammii Jayne v Viper; Debbie Sharpe v Nikki Storm
January 4: NWA Smoky Mountain (Kingsport, TN) – Kacee Carlisle v Jessie Belle
January 4: Ring Wars Carolina (Lumberton, NC) – D’Arcy Dixon v Mia Svensson
January 11: World Xtreme Wrestling C4 (Orwigsburg, PA) – Hania v Niya
January 11: IWA Mid-South (Clarksville, IN) – Mickie Knuckles v Jordynne Grace
January 11: Conflict Wrestling (Kitchener, ON, Canada) – Jennifer Blake v Leah Von Dutch v Jewells Malone
January 14: Alpha-1 Wrestling (Hamilton, ON, Canada) – Leah Von Dutch v Psycho Mike Rollins
January 15: Wrestling Cares Association (Gardena, CA) – Katarina Leigh v Cheerleader Melissa
January 17: AAA (Naucalpan, Mexico) – Faby Apache, Jennifer Blake & La Jarochita vs La Magnifica, Mary Apache & Sexy Star
January 18: Pure Wrestling Association (Kitchener, ON, Canada) – Jasmin v Beautiful Beaa
January 18: Xtreme Impact Championship Wrestling (Detroit, MI) – Taeler Hendrix v Jordynne Grace
January 24: SHINE 16 (Ybor City, FL) – Rain v Ivelisse Velez
January 25: REINA Joshi + Jam Manila (Pasig City, Philippines) – Syuri v Mia Yim; Leon & Ray v Lady Lory & Aliya
January 25: LCW Roses (Leicester, England) – Rhia O’Reilly v Addy Starr; Viper & Jenna v Nadia Sapphire & Violet Vendetta; Carmel Jacob v Shauna Shay; Nikki Storm v Erin Angel v Kay Lee Ray; Pollyanna Peppers v Felony
January 25: NWA Houston (Cypress, TX) – Kacee Carlisle v Barbi Hayden
January 25: RAD:PRO Wrestling (South Shields, England) – Rubix Roach & Kirsty Love v Felis Atrox & Freya Frenzy
January 25: Pinfall Wrestling Association (Springfield, IL) – Allie Kat & Miss Dark Shadow v Lady Vendetta & Lucy Mendez
February 8: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ)
February 9: Xtreme Bombshells Wrestling (Richmond, MI) – Leah Von Dutch v Courtney Rush
February 16: Beyond Wrestling (Providence, RI) – Kimber Lee v Drew Gulak
February 22: Pro Wrestling Syndicate (Rahway, NJ) – Angelina Love v Missy Sampson v La Rosa Negra v Mickie James
February 25: Kana-Pro (Tokyo, Japan) – Kana v Meiko Satomura
March 2: Bellatrix 8 (Norwich, England) – Sammi Baynz v Blue Nikita; Courtney Rush v Liberty
March 9: Joshi4Hope V (Tokyo, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto v Yuhi
March 15: Warzone Wrestling (Berwick, Australia) – Savannah Summers v Miami
March 29: Absolute Intense Wrestling Girls Night Out 11 & 12 (Cleveland, OH)
April 5: SHIMMER Women Athletes (New Orleans, LA)
April 19: NCW Femmes Fatales XIV (Montreal, QC, Canada) – Cheerleader Melissa v Courtney Rush
– Lee Burton
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