Jessicka Havok’s TNA Knockouts Title win was televised last week – it was filmed around a month ago – as she beat Gail Kim to win the belt in the main event of Impact Wrestling. Unfortunately the match itself was the lowest-viewed quarter-hour of the show, which is disappointing considering it had a show long storyline, albeit a confusing one. Havok attacked Kim in the aisleway ahead of their title match which was meant to take place in the middle of the show but there was no explanation as to why a wrestler who was scheduled to challenge for a title would try to injure the champion and rob themselves of a chance to win the belt.
The injury angle led to Kim offering to defend the belt anyway – which was lucky for Havok – and the burly newcomer won the title by repeating the hammerlock spinebuster which injured Gail in the first place and followed it with a chokeslam for the pin. The promotion has since released a statement saying that Kim is out of action with a separated shoulder. While it is the case that this is Havok’s biggest title win to date, it doesn’t feel as big as it could have been. Part of that is down to the booking, part is down to how far TNA’s reputation has fallen, but some would argue that the new titleholder may not be delivering the goods.
Last week’s Bryan and Vinny Show had the hosts point out that they haven’t been impressed with Havok’s work in the promotion to date, which caused some upset with women’s wrestling fans who had followed her career through Women Superstars Uncensored, SHINE and SHIMMER to this point. However, Bryan Alvarez and Vince Verhei aren’t avid fans of those promotions and are going by what they have seen in TNA alone, which is fair enough. To play devil’s advocate for the moment, if they feel that Havok’s work is disappointing and she isn’t as effective a monster heel as Awesome Kong was, that’s their call. Whether you agree or disagree, they’re viewers just like the rest of us and can pass comment on what they’re viewing. However, the booking could have helped her along as she is yet to speak or reveal any real intentions – which is an issue when you imagine that she has probably accomplished them already, unless her plan is to overrun the Knockouts division and destroy it.
Meanwhile, there’s the problem with TNA itself. It’s been rendered down to the point that the taping for the show in Bethlehem, PA saw a minuscule number of fans show up. It was so bad that most of the arena was in complete darkness to hide the empty seats, parts of the building were tarped off and the lack of fans in a cavernous building meant that everything echoed and you could hear individual voices. Not good, when you consider that this is meant to be the number 2 promotion in North America – though Chikara ran its King of Trios events the following weekend in the same state and drew around three times as many fans for each of its three shows, so it can’t even claim that it has the edge in attendance.
Unfortunately, while being Knockouts Champion has some bragging rights because of the title’s history and the matches it has produced in the past, it – and the division – is a shadow of its former self and feels as barren as the buildings in which the matches are being held. With only four dates booked between now and the end of January – with none of them taking place in the US – as well as uncertainty over which, if any network will host Impact next year and the massive cost-cutting going on across the board, we may be seeing the dying breaths for a division which was once celebrated as being diverse and exciting, as well as putting the WWE Divas to shame.
We’ve posted a couple of videos this week. There’s one of Melanie Cruise against Tomoka Nakagawa at Pro Wrestling WAVE, and we also have a match between Taeler Hendrix and Alexxis Nevaeh from this summer.
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Jim Ross blogged that he would like to see more of AJ Lee and Paige, and also wished for Natalya & Charlotte to be added to the mix… Speaking of Charlotte, she beat Bayley on last week’s NXT to retain the Women’s Championship. She has also been recording promos about how she wants the Divas Championship… Stephanie McMahon spoke to ChicagoNow.com about being perceived as WWE’s top heel and she said it helped with the Be A Star campaign, saying “Playing the bad guy is so much fun for me and I’m not sure why. But it’s very impactful when I do the community service such as the anti-bully campaign. I have the opportunity to tell these kids about entertainment versus reality. Our whole goal is to give these kids tools to stand up to bullying”. She’s really been doing the media rounds over the last week – Stephanie told CBS Sports Radio that her eldest daughter has been bitten by the WWE bug and wants to be a wrestler, but also revealed to the Huffington Post that she would never pressure any of her children to get into the business… Alexa Bliss has been dealing with a wrist injury… Carrying on with the handicap matches theme, Brie Bella beat Summer Rae & Layla on Main Event and then defeated Summer on Raw with one arm tied behind her back… The current situation in the Paige/AJ Lee storyline is that Paige is proving that she can make friends while AJ struggles. The Divas Champion walked out on a tag match on last night’s Raw when she couldn’t take Emma’s goofy antics. With an attitude like that, you can understand why she can’t make friends – the writing isn’t helping her character at all and the whole feud has descended into some puerile Mean Girls stuff… Naomi’s Twitter account was hacked last week… Natalya spoke to Slam Sports about her infamous farting angle in 2012, saying “It’s so great to say, ‘No matter what I’m given, I’m going to make it great.’ I’m going to pass gas, maybe I had too many protein bars that morning. I’m sorry, but as a Diva, I’m going to eat a lot of protein, and if I’m going to do that, then I’m going to look like a rockstar doing that, dressed to the nines in vintage couture and I’m going to make it gold”… Nikki Bella spoke to Peter Rosenburg about Paige’s original Divas Title win, saying that while some were happy for her, there were others who weren’t.
The company is showing two pay-per-views in November. There is a one-hour biopic of the Beautiful People on the 1st and the Knockouts Knockdown 2 show on the 7th. It’s billed as “Eight aspiring Knockouts will take on eight current TNA Knockouts to determine who is crowned Queen of the Knockouts”, though one of the “aspiring Knockouts is Jessicka Havok, which ages the show somewhat.
STOP THE PRESS: Ohio Valley Wrestling booked a women’s match last Wednesday. Rebel defeated Jessie Belle to become the number one contender to the Women’s Championship, though it didn’t make the TV show… Reby Sky had to miss Maryland Championship Wrestling’s show on Friday because she was involved in a car accident the previous evening. She was meant to wrestle Amber Rodriguez… Mia Yim, Allysin Kay, Su Yung and Ivelisse Velez will travel to China in November for four dates as part of a WWNLive tour. Former Ring of Honor and SHIMMER star Lacey will also host the shows, though she currently lives in the country… Looks like Nicole Matthews will be at both nights of SHIMMER this weekend. She lost the Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling Title to Bishop last weekend – had she won, she would have had a title defence this Saturday… Former TNA Knockout Thea Trinidad has been cast in the fifth season of VH1 reality show Love & Hip-Hop: New York… Ivelisse Velez won the Family Wrestling Entertainment Women’s Championship from Maria Kanellis on Saturday’s iPPV, then lost the title straight away to Candice LeRae… On the subject of Ivelisse, she will defend the SHINE Championship against Madison Eagles at SHINE 22 this Friday. Meanwhile, Malia Hosaka & Brandi Wine will put the Tag Titles on the line against Heidi Lovelace and Solo Darling… Athena made it through Absolute Intense Wrestling’s Girls Night Out tapings on Saturday by beating Allysin Kay and Veda Scott in singles matches. Veda, Tessa Blanchard and Taeler Hendrix were among those who impressed… Mistress Belmont won the World Women’s Wrestling Championship on Saturday by beating Davienne on New England Championship Wrestling’s event… Amazing Kong granted an interview to Main Event Madness where she said you are more likely to see her in a Ring of Honor show than on a TNA one, and says that she wants to remain a WWE Alumni. She also said: “I am looking to encourage and nurture the next generation of wrestler. I don’t want to be one of the people that stayed in the game too long”, fuelling speculation that she is winding down… The Jewells Malone/Seleziya Sparx match which was scheduled to have taken place on last Saturday’s Conflict Wrestling show didn’t happen. On Twitter, Sparx said “I officially resign as @ConflictWres women’s champ”, so she may have vacated the title.
Sumire Natsu told the crowd at Wednesday’s Pro Wrestling WAVE show that she had suffered an injury to her meniscus and will probably be out of action for the rest of the year… Kagetsu revealed that she will be going freelance in the near future… Despite Wrestling New Classic no longer existing, the Women’s Title belt is still being defended by Syuri, who beat Makoto on REINA’s show last week… Diana’s champions retained their titles on Sunday. Manami Toyota defeated Sareee to hold onto the singles belt while Kyoko Inoue & Tomoko Watanabe successfully defended the doubles straps against Jaguar Yokota & Kaoru Ito… Stardom’s Goddesses of Stardom tag league kicks off this weekend. You can read more about it by clicking here.
Hikaru Shida won the Revolution Championship Wrestling Women’s Championship on Saturday by beating titleholder Leah Owens and Audrey Bride in a 3-way… Kay Lee Ray will take on Drew Gulak in the matinee Southside Wrestling show on Saturday, and will face Kimber Lee in the evening… Speaking of Kimber Lee, her scheduled first match ever in Europe did not take place when Melanie Gray attacked Svetlana Kalashnikova at Westside Xtreme Wrestling’s show in Oberhausen, Germany on Thursday. Kimber demanded a match with Gray, but DJ Hyde said no. The following day, Hyde assisted Gray in her win over Kimber Lee, and then the heels teamed up to beat Kimber and Mike Schwarz via DQ – though Lee got the last word by beating Gray in a hardcore match on Sunday… Rhia O’Reilly and Addy Starr formed a heel alliance at Empress Pro on Saturday when Starr turned on Pollyanna after losing their match… On the subject of Pollyanna, she turned heel at Dragon Pro Wrestling on Sunday when she attacked a trainee, causing Nixon Newell to come out to make the save. The pair will fight on February 22 next year in the finals of a tournament the promotion is running… Viper, Nikki Storm, Sammii Jayne, Courtney, Lana Austin, Layla Rose and Bete Noire have all been announced for Fierce Females’ charity show on October 26. Faith Lehaine, Nadia Sapphire, Danni Hunter and Violet Vendetta will all be making their debuts in the promotion.
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Savannah Summers became the first Warzone Wrestling Women’s Championship on Saturday, defeating Toni Storm, Miami and Kellyanne English in a 4-way. Her first defence will be against Demi Bennett on Saturday’s Riot City Wrestling show in a title for title match with Bennett’s RCW Women’s Championship on the line. Summers is also scheduled to defend the Warzone belt against Kellyanne on November 29… Britenay will fight Megan-Kate at this Saturday’s Impact Pro Wrestling show. MK attacked Britenay after working as a guest referee on last months show, reuniting herself with Evie.
September 28: Sanotamashi (Tokyo, Japan) – Naoshi Sani & Makoto v Kana & Kuishinbo Kamen went to a double count out; Naoshi Sano b Kana via count out; Makoto b Kuishinbo Kamen; Makoto b Naoshi Sano
September 28: Insane Hardcore Wrestling Entertainment (Fort Worth, TX) – Jessica James & Miss Diss Lexia b Delilah Doom & Peyton Gates; Miss Diss Lexia b Jessica James
September 28: WWE House Show (Toledo, OH) – Emma, Eva Marie & Naomi b Alicia Fox, Cameron & Layla
September 30: REINA (Tokyo, Japan) – Eri Susa b Koyuki Hayashi; Miyako Matsumoto b Alex Lee & Shiori Akiba in a 3-way; Kyoko Kimura & Rabbit Miyu b Maki Narumiya & Raideen Hagane; Kana b Haruka Kato; Syuri b Makoto
September 30: WWE Main Event (Milwaukee, WI) – Brie Bella b Summer Rae & Layla in a handicap match
September 30: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Tiffany b Princesa Sugehit
October 1: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Yuu Yamagata b Rina Yamashita; Mio Shirai & Misaki Ohata b Moeka Haruhi & Melanie Cruise; Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa b Dynamite Kansai & Fairy Nipponbashi; Mika Iida & Kyusei Sakura Hirota b Yumi Oka & Shu Shibutani; Kaho Kobayashi, Kana & Mari Apache b Hikaru Shida, Ayako Hamada & Sawako Shimono; Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa v Mio Shirai & Misaki Ohata went to a time limit draw; Kyoko Kimura b Misaki Ohata
October 1: TNA Impact Wrestling (Bethlehem, PA) – Havok b Gail Kim to win the TNA Knockouts Championship
October 2: WWE NXT (Orlando, FL) – Charlotte b Bayley
October 2: WWE NXT House Show (Jacksonville, FL) – Alexa Bliss & Bayley b Carmella & Dana Brooke
October 2: IWA Mid-South (Clarksville, IN) – Mistress Burgandi b Mary Elizabeth Monroe
October 3: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Melanie Gray b Kimber Lee
October 3: House Of Pain Evolution (Mansfield, England) – Nixon Newell b Violet O’Hara
October 3: Premier British Wrestling (Lambert, Scotland) – Kay Lee Ray & Lucy Cole b Leah & Kasey Owens
October 3: WWE SmackDown (Milwaukee, WI) – Paige b Naomi
October 3: WWE House Show (Toronto, ON, Canada) – AJ Lee b Paige
October 3: Southern Wrestling Entertainment (Shepherdsville, KY) – Lylah Lodge b Crazy Mary Dobson
October 3: St Louis Anarchy (Alton, IL) – Gary Jay b Angelus Layne
October 3: Family Wrestling Entertainment (Brooklyn, NY) – Veda Scott b Hania; Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan b Ivelisse Velez & Tommy Dreamer
October 3: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dark Angel, Goya Kong & Marcela b Amapola, Dalys & Zeuxis
October 3: Lucha Libre Femenil (Monterrey, Mexico) – Angelica b Tsunami; Lady Azteca b Polly Star; Lady Jaguar b Alicia; Lady Flamer b Princesa Maya
October 4: Sendai Girls (Sendai, Japan) – Raideen Hagane b Kaho Kobayashi; Alex Lee b Kyusei Sakura Hirota; Command Bolshoi b DASH Chisako; Meiko Satomura & Manami Toyota b Kagetsu & Tsubasa Kuragaki
October 4: Ice Ribbon (Sendai, Japan) – Hamuko Hoshi, Mochi Miyagi & Yuri Kotobuki b Risa Sera, Meari Naito & Tsukushi; Maki Narumiya b 235 & Akane Fujita in a handicap match; Kurumi b Koyuki Hayashi; Aoi Kizuki & Kyuri b Tsukasa Fujimoto & Shiori Akiba
October 4: Warzone Wrestling (Berwick, Australia) – Savannah Summers b Toni Storm, Miami & Kellyanne English in a 4-way to win the Warzone Women’s Championship
October 4: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – DJ Hyde & Melanie Gray b Kimber Lee & Mike Schwarz via DQ
October 4: Revolution Championship Wrestling (Barcelona, Spain) – Hikaru Sida b Audrey Bride & Leah Owens in a 3-way to win the RCW Women’s Championship
October 4: Empress Pro (High Wycombe, England) – Pollyanna Peppers b Addy Starr
October 4: Absolute Intense Wrestling Girls Night Out 13 (Cleveland, OH) – Chasity Taylor b Angel Dust; Nikki Storm b Annie Social; Taeler Hendrix b Xandra Bale; Jasmin b Alexia Nicole; Jenny Rose b Mary Elizabeth Monroe; Veda Scott b Tessa Blanchard; Mia Yim b Heidi Lovelace; Athena b Allysin Kay
October 4: Absolute Intense Wrestling Girls Night Out 14 (Cleveland, OH) – Angel Dust b Xandra Bale; Tessa Blanchard b Chasity Taylor; Allysin Kay b Jenny Rose; Mary Elizabeth Monroe b Taeler Hendrix; Alexia Nicole & Jasmin b Annie Social & Heidi Lovelace; Nikki Storm b Mia Yim; Athena b Veda Scott
October 4: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, BC, Canada) – Bishop b Nicole Matthews to win the ECCW Championship
October 4: New England Championship Wrestling (Everett, MA) – Mistress Belmont b Davienne to win the World Women’s Wrestling Championship
October 4: DREAMWAVE (LaSalle, IL) – Angelus Layne, Frank Wyatt & Shane Hollister b Alex Castle, Markus Crane & Marshe Rockett
October 4: WWE House Show (Providence, RI) – AJ Lee b Paige
October 4: WWE NXT House Show (Pierce, FL) – Alexa Bliss & Bayley b Dana Brooke & Carmella
October 4: I Believe In Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Santana Garrett b Joey Mayberry
October 4: Family Wrestling Entertainment (Brooklyn, NY) – Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan b Carlito Colon & Christina Von Eerie; Ivelisse Velez b Maria Kanellis to win the FWE Women’s Championship; Candice LeRae b Ivelisse Velez to win the FWE Women’s Championship
October 5: World Woman Pro Wrestling Diana (Tokyo, Japan) – Nanae Takahashi b Meiko Tanaka; Arisa Nakajima, Yuiga & Hamuko Hoshi b Raideen Hagane, Kaho Kobayashi & Koharu Hinata; Eiger b Megumi Yabushita; KAORU, Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue b Yumiko Hotta, Mask De Sun & Keiko Aono; Manami Toyota b Sareee; Kyoko Inoue & Tomoko Watanabe b Jaguar Yokota & Kaoru Ito
October 5: Westside Xtreme Wrestling (Oberhausen, Germany) – Kimber Lee b Melanie Gray
October 5: Dragon Pro Wrestling (Newport, Wales) – Nixon Newell b Rhia O’Reilly; Pollyanna b Addy Starr
October 5: Futureshock Wrestling (Stockport, England) – Danni Hunter & Bete Noire b Lana Austin & Viper
October 5: WWE House Show (Allentown, PA) – Brie Bella, Naomi & Emma vs. Cameron, Layla & Nikki Bella
October 5: WWE House Show (Bridgeport, CT) – AJ Lee b Paige
October 5: Steel City Wrestling (Hamilton, ON, Canada) – Sabrina Kyle b Skyler Rose; Lionel Knight b Beautiful Beaa, Christopher Knight & Nick Watts
October 6: Chigusa Nagayo Produce (Nagasaki, Japan) – Bolshoi Kid b Raideen Hagane; Takako Inoue b Hamuko Hoshi; Dump Matsumoto & Yumiko Hotta b Mima Shimoda & Megumi Yabushita; Tomoko Watanabe b KAORU; Chigusa Nagayo won a battle royal
October 6: WWE Raw (Brooklyn, NY) – Paige & Alicia Fox b Emma & AJ Lee
October 7: KanaProMania (Tokyo, Japan) – Arisa Nakajima & Rabbit Mito b Hikaru Shida & Kaho Kobayashi; Kengo Mashimo b Tomoka Nakagawa; Syuri & Yoshiaki Fujiwara b Kana & Minoru Suzuki
October 8: Tidal Wrestling (Leeds, England) – Violet O’Hara v Kimber Lee
October 10: Southside Wrestling (Nottingham, England) – Kay Lee Ray & El Ligero v Kimber Lee & Drew Gulak
October 10: SHINE 22 (Ybor City, FL) – Ivelisse Velez v Madison Eagles; Brandy Wine & Malia Hosaka v Solo Darling & Heidi Lovelace; Evie v Allysin Kay; Kellie Skater, Leva Bates & Mia Yim v Nevaeh, Mari Belle & Jayme Jameson
October 11: Impact Pro Wrestling (Mt Albert, New Zealand) – Britenay v Megan-Kate
October 11: Riot City Wrestling (Adelaide, Australia) – Demi Bennett v Savannah Summers
October 11: Discovery Wrestling (Edinburgh, Scotland) – Shanna v Viper v Sammii Jayne
October 11: Southside Wrestling (Nottingham, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Drew Gulak (day); Kay Lee Ray v Kimber Lee (evening)
October 11: East Coast Wrestling Association Women’s Championship tournament (Carneys Point, NJ)
October 12: TNA Bound For Glory (Tokyo, Japan) – Havok v Velvet Sky
October 12: Southside Wrestling (St Neots, England) – Kimber Lee & Drew Gulak v Jim & Lee Hunter; Kay Lee Ray v El Ligero v Will Ospreay v Mark Andrews v Rich Swann v Shane Strickland
October 18: DOA Wrestling (March, England) – Penelope v Chanel v Addy Starr
October 18: Scottish Wrestling Alliance (Motherwell, Scotland) – Viper v Sammii Jayne
October 18: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Cloverdale, BC, Canada) – Nicole Matthews v Andy “The Dreadful” Bird v Scotty Mac v J_Sin Sullivan
October 18-19: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)
October 24: Scottish Wrestling Alliance (Glasgow, Scotland) – Nikki Storm v Leah Von Dutch
October 24: Valkyrie Women’s Wrestling (Brooklyn, NY) – Sumie Sakai v Kacee Carlisle; Kimber Lee v La Rosa Negra; Tessa Blanchard v Nikki Addams; Kimber Lee v La Rosa Negra v Hania; Mia Yim v Jessie Brooks
October 25: Southside Wrestling (Stevenage, England) – Mark Andrews v El Ligero v Will Ospreay v Rich Swann v Kay Lee Ray v Curry Man
October 25: Scottish Wrestling Entertainment (Dundee, Scotland) – Nikki Storm v Leah Von Dutch
October 25: NWA Branded Outlaw Wrestling (San Antonio, TX) – Kat Green & Danny Ramons v Athena & Mathew Palmer
October 25: NWA Houston (Cypress, TX) – Barbi Hayden v Delilah Doom
October 25: NCW Femmes Fatales XVI (Montreal, QC, Canada) – Jodi D’Milo v Vanessa Kraven; Courtney Rush v Cheerleader Melissa; LuFisto v Mia Yim; Kc Spinelli v Sassy Stephie; Pink Flash Kira & Mary Lee Rose v Bettie Rage & Deziree
October 26: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland)
October 26: Kamikaze Pro (Birmingham, England) – Nixon Newell v Leah Von Dutch
October 26: Smash Wrestling (Mississauga, ON, Canada) – Vanessa Kraven v Portia Perez v Heidi Lovelace v Kimber Lee
October 31: XWA Wrestling (Sudbury, England) – Nikki Storm v Kay Lee Ray
November 1: Melbourne City Wrestling (Melbourne, Australia) – Tommy Hellfire & Siren Monroe v The Cremator & Vixsin
November 1: Flemish Wrestling Force (Limsburg, Belgium) – Leah Von Dutch v Katey Harvey
November 1: XWA Wrestling (Colchester, Essex) – Rhia O’Reilly v Addy Starr
November 2: Alpha 1 Wrestling (Hamilton, ON, Canada) – Seleziya Sparx v Jasmin
November 8: 4 Front Wrestling (Brisol, England) – Nadia Sapphire v Chardonnay
November 8: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ)
November 15: Riot City Wrestling “City Chicks” (Adelaide, Australia)
November 15: True Grit Wrestling (Leeds, England) – Lana Austin v Nixon Newell
November 16: Tidal Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Shax
November 16: British Empire Wrestling (London, England) – Dragonita v Dean Michael; Lola & Nina Samuels v Astronomica & Nightshade
November 21: New Horizons Pro Wrestling (Perth, Australia) – Saraya Knight v Demi Bennett v Evie v Madison Eagles
November 23: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland)
November 23: SMASH Wrestling (Mississauga, ON, Canada) – Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan v Cherry Bomb & Pepper Parks
November 29: Warzone Wrestling (Berwick, Australia) – Savannah Summers v Kellyanne English
February 22: Dragon Pro Wrestling (Newport, Wales) – Nixon Newell v Pollyanna
March 14: Rock N’ Wrassle (Nottingham, England)
– Lee Burton
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