WSU Breaking Barriers live results

WSU Breaking BarriersWe have come full circle with Female Fight Season. Women Superstars Uncensored kicked off proceedings on September 13 with the Resurgence iPPV and it also bookends the proceedings with Breaking Barriers, taking place in Voorhees, NJ today.

Headlining the card is WSU Champion LuFisto defending the title against Jenny Rose, who is enjoying a five match winning streak, while Kimber Lee and Annie Social both have to win their singles matches against JT Dunn and David Starr respectively to try and earn another crack at the Tag Team Championship. Elsewhere, Niya Barela puts the Spirit Title on the line against the debuting Tessa Blanchard, while fellow debutante D’Arcy Dixon faces rival Mickie Knuckles.

You can read a full write-up of the card by clicking here, and if you can’t watch the event on iPPV we will be providing results below. Just keep hitting refresh to get the latest goings-on as they happen.

1. Nevaeh bested Jewells Malone with a Death Valley Driver.
– Sassy Stephie entered to address the crowd flanked by Mademoiselle Rachelle and a mystery woman, later identified as Amanda Rodriguez. Stephie stated her feud with Jessicka Havok was not over, that she has a new job within the backstage of WSU (explaining her corporate dress attire) and then turned her attention to LuFisto, indicating that she was not impressed with her behaviour.
2. Leva Bates defeated Brittany Blake with a Pepsi Plunge
3. Annie Social pinned David Starr with a roll-up
4. Cherry Bomb was victorious over Solo Darling with the Best Superkick Ever
5. WSU Spirit Championship: Niya Barela (c) retained her championship against Tessa Blanchard with a DDT. After the match, she attacked Tessa Blanchard and Nevaeh ran out to make the save.
6. Hania defeated Athena with a frog splash
7. Mickie Knuckles beat D’Arcy Dixon with a pump-handle slam
8. Kimber Lee defeated JT Dunn with a ganso bomb
9. WSU Championship: LuFisto (c) retained her championship against Jenny Rose with a power bomb
– After the match, Sassy Stephie made her way to the ring and got in LuFisto’s face, Mademoiselle Rachelle and Amanda Rodriguez used the distraction as an opportunity to kick LuFisto from behind and the trio beat the WSU Champion down. LuFisto fought back, getting in Sassy Stephie’s face and then made the mistake of turning her back on her, toward the crowd. Stephie attacked her again, leaving LuFisto lying in the ring as the event came to a close.


• I found the opening match with Navaeh and Jewells Malone to be a bit short and would have liked it to be a bit longer, give them an opportunity to build a story and give the crowd a chance to invest.

• Sassy Stephie rocked the corporate attire as she announced she was now working behind the scenes of WSU, but made sure to be clear that her feud with Jessicka Havok was not over and she has her attention on LuFisto. The segment was good, and I particularly enjoyed the crowd taunts with the ‘Rosebud’ theme.

• Annie Social is looking to be in fine form, as the feud between herself and Kimber Lee and The Juicy Product continues. I am a pretty big fan of inter-gender wrestling, especially amongst individuals who make it look good, aren’t afraid to take risks and show no fear. There’s nothing worse then having an inter-gender match where the opponents are afraid to hit each other. Pleasingly, the interactions between Social/Lee and The Juicy Product have represented every thing that I feel should be present in these type of matches, making them entertaining and invoking the emotions necessary to get a crowd invested. The only thing that I disliked actually had nothing to do with these matches at all, but rather the commentary. In parts, seemed to be full of in-jokes/comments and slights toward the competitors which really could have done without.

• Tessa Blanchard made a good debut, whilst she did look unsure in parts by the time the match was properly underway she looked in her element. Niya retained her championship though, and attacked Tessa after she was declared the winner. Nevaeh sprinted out to make the save, and declared that she would get her shot at Niya’s WSU Spirit Championship in February.

• Before intermission hit, Hania vs Athena was the Match of the Day, Hania attacking Athena before the bell rang and it was an all-out brawl. It was captivating in parts, and just when you thought Athena had the match won, Hania hit the frog splash and got the pin.

• After intermission, the action kicked back in with D’Arcy Dixon and Mickie Knuckles, which was an explosive from the time the bell rang. D’arcy’s debut was really impressive and I am looking forward in seeing how she progresses in the future.

• Kimber Lee and JT Dunn put on another solid match, and again I really enjoyed it. I think creating this dynamic of having these type of matches on the WSU shows, is setting them a part from other women’s promotions right now and for me, it makes me want to buy more of the events as I want to see what happens next.

• The main event saw LuFisto defend her championship against Jenny Rose. The match at different points had the fans swinging from each women as to who to cheer for. I think this is a sign of a solid match and makes it great to watch as it culminates into a complete story. There was something missing for me though, so I will be watching this match again to see if I can see what I missed. After the match, Sassy Stephie seized the opportunity to attack LuFisto with her assistants, Mademoiselle Rachelle and Amanda Rodriguez. The event closed with Lufisto lying in the ring, and me hoping that she gets some revenge at the next WSU event on February 21, 2015.

– Rhi


Full WSU Breaking Barriers lineup revealed; two title matches, two debuts & a big return mentioned

WSU Breaking Barriers

Women Superstars Uncensored has announced a stacked card for its Breaking Barriers show on the afternoon of November 8 with two debuts and a surprise being promised for the iPPV.

As we announced in Tuesday’s Roundup, Hania and Athena will face off again after their contest at Resurgence in September which was won by the Fallen Goddess. The future of the Tag Team Championship scene will also be cleared up as Chicks Using Nasty Tactics and titleholders the Juicy Product will face off in separate singles matches – Kimber Lee takes on JT Dunn while Annie Social battles David Starr in one-on-one affairs with the stipulation being that the women have to win both matches to get another shot at the belts in the future.

Two titles will be on the line at the event at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. LuFisto will defend the WSU Championship against Jenny Rose with the challenger enjoying a five match winning streak dating back to February. After beating Hania twice, Barracuda Britney, Mima Shimoda and Marti Belle, she is in one for the biggest title opportunity of her career. LuFisto has made no secret about her injuries – she’s dealing with a broken hand and also had been unwittingly working for LuFisto WSUseveral months with a separated shoulder, so she may be ripe for the picking after a heavy year. Incidentally, the Wounded Owl Ronin also had to deal with owner DJ Hyde and his hand-picked favourite Sassy Stephie, and Stephie will explain her association with the boss as well as their attack on the titleholder at the end of Resurgence.

Elsewhere, Niya Barela puts the Spirit Championship up against debutante Tessa Blanchard, who has impressed a great many people over the past year. However, WSU is questioning why Barela is ducking the challenge of Nevaeh, who has recently been chasing the champion. The Gem City Queen will be in the building as she’s wrestling a returning Jewells Malone, so Nevaeh may also be a factor in this Spirit title match.

Cosplayers collide with Leva Bates – who makes her first WSU appearance in more than two years – and Brittany Blake locking up, Cherry Bomb faces Solo Darling – who made a strong first impression in the promotion back in September – and D’Arcy Dixon will make her WSU debut against longtime rival Mickie Knuckles, just one day after the pair face each other in a cage match for Knuckles’ RESISTANCE Pro Women’s Championship.

Finally, WSU is hinting at a major return at the event but haven’t revealed any hints about who it is or in what capacity. We’ll find out on November 8. The iPPV isn’t available for pre-order yet, but keep checking here to find out when it’s available.

WSU Championship: LuFisto (c) v Jenny Rose
WSU Spirit Championship: Niya Barela (c) v Tessa Blanchard
Kimber Lee v JT Dunn
Annie Social v David Starr
Athena v Hania
Nevaeh v Jewells Malone
Solo Darling v Cherry Bomb
D’Arcy Dixon v Mickie Knuckles
Leva Bates v Brittany Blake

AIW Girls Night Out 13 & 14 Live Results


Thanks for joining us for our results coverage of Absolute Intense Wrestling‘s Girls Night Out 13 & 14. The shows come at what seems like an uncertain time for the Cleveland based group, whose promoter John Thorne announced yesterday that these shows look likely to be the final events at Turner’s Hall, AIW’s home venue. The promotion admits that finding a new home “could be difficult”, but that “overcoming fucked up situations is what @aiwrestling does best”. We are, as usual, indebted to Ringbelles correspondent Dave Muscarella for delivering results live.

Turnout reportedly around 40 for the early show, rising slightly to around 50 for the evening show, and described as “small but lively”. On the talent side of things, both Thunderkitty and KC Cassidy are no-shows. TK cancelled last night, citing personal issues, and KC had flight problems, making it impossible for her to reach Cleveland in time.

Girls Night Out 13 (local bell time 4:00pm)
1. Chasity Taylor pinned Angel Dust with a flying cross body.
2. Nikki Storm pins Annie Social with the Perfect Storm.
3. Taeler Hendrix pinned Xandra Bale with a Kiss Goodnight.
4. Jasmin rolled up Alexia Nicole for the win.
5. Jenny Rose pinned Mary Elizabeth Monroe with The Pedigree.
6. Veda Scott pinned Tessa Blanchard following a second-rope Mind Trip. Veda motions that she wants the belt after the match.
7. Mia Yim pinned Heidi Lovelace with a Package Piledriver. Described as an “awesome” match between “two of the very best”
8. AIW Women’s Championship/No Disqualification: Athena (c) pinned Allysin Kay after hitting an O-Face on an open steel chair.

Girls Night Out 14 (local bell time: 7:00pm)
1. Angel Dust pinned Xandra Bale with a backcracker.
2. Tessa Blanchard pinned Chasity Taylor following a slingshot belly-to-back suplex.
3. Allysin Kay beats Jenny Rose via choke submission.
4. Mary Elizabeth Monroe submits Taeler Hendrix to the Rainbow Cross.
5. Team Barely Legal (Alexia Nicole & Jasmin) pinned The Social Network (Annie Social & Heidi Lovelace) with stereo roll-ups. This was Social Network manager Sammy Geodollno’s final appearance in pro-wrestling.
6. Nikki Storm pinned Mia Yim after two Perfect Storms.
7. AIW Women’s Championship: Athena (c) beats Veda Scott via submission to an STF.

WSU Resurgence live results – LuFisto defends the World Title against Allysin Kay


Today could be the start of a big two weeks for Allysin Kay. She challenges LuFisto for the Women Superstars Uncensored World Championship as part of today’s Resurgence card taking place in Voorhees, NJ, then she heads over to the UK in a fortnight to take on Bellatrix World Champion Liberty in the main event of Bellatrix X. Kay hasn’t set foot in a WSU ring so far this year – she was meant to be at the Mutiny show in February but injury forced her out, and she and Sassy Stephie lost the Tag Team Titles when Stephie was given Jessicka Havok as a replacement partner, which didn’t work out for the best. You can see if she can win her first world title by ordering the iPPV today from

The aforementioned Tag Team Titles are also on the line as the Chicks Using Nasty Tactics attempt to regain the straps from the Juicy Product‘s JT Dunn and David Starr in a rematch following their unscheduled contest at United in July. Dunn and Starr came out to show Kimber Lee and Annie Sccial that equality works both ways by winning a title earmarked for women to add to their collection of tag team championships. We’ll see if C.U.N.T. can kick off a second reign this evening.

Elsewhere on the card, Athena and Hania square off in what should be a high-flying battle; Nevaeh & Brittany Blake face Spirit Champion Niya Barela & Jessie Kaye; Miss Diss Lexia makes her WSU debut against Cherry Bomb; Jenny Rose battles Marti Belle, and one Jessicka Havok’s attendance has been confirmed – though it’s unclear as to whether she is wrestling.

We will be watching the show and updating this report with results, and will have a review later – if you’re watching too, feel free to leave comments below on what you think of the show.

1. Jenny Rose pinned Marti Belle with an Oklahoma Roll.
2. Cherry Bomb defeated Miss Diss Lexia with the Best Superkick Ever.
3. Nevaeh & Brittany Blake beat Niya Barela & Jessie Kaye. Nevaeh pinned Kaye with a German Suplex. Kaye and Barela fought to the back.
– Sassy Stephie came out to say that she had no opponent because “making an Impact” is more important than wrestling at WSU, in reference to her ongoing feud with Jessicka Havok. Solo Darling came out to challenge Stephie, leading to…
4. Sassy Stephie defeated Solo Darling with the Kiss My Sass.
5. Athena pinned Hania following the O-Face.
6. WSU Tag Team Championship: The Juicy Product (JT Dunn & David Starr) (c) beat Chicks Using Nasty Tactics (Annie Social & Kimber Lee). Starr pinned Social following a spiked Tombstone Piledriver.
7. WSU World Championship: LuFisto (c) defeated Allysin Kay with the Burning Hammer. DJ Hyde and Sassy Stephie came out after the match to threaten LuFisto, telling her to stand by his side and support him – she refused, saying she would rather die on her feet than live on her knees. Hyde wiped LuFisto out with a chairshot, busting her open, then dismembered Pegaboo.


• First off, despite it being advertised, Jessicka Havok was not there. Worse still, there was no announcement of her not being in attendance at any point in the show so I was left in the final angle of the show expecting her to make an appearance which never came. WSU has since informed us that TNA pulled her from the show.

• Second, a word on the advertising. There was hardly any of it – so much so that I needed a reminder that the show was taking place, and a friend of mine who was aware that there was a WSU show coming up completely forgot about it. Combat Zone Wrestling may need to spend more time solely advertising to the women’s wrestling fans instead of grouping them together with the CZW faithful.

• Thirdly, the show itself was perilously short. Starting around 15 minutes late and incorporating a 15 minute interval, the event was all done at just over two hours. It feels pretty short for an iPPV which cost $15.

1 Marti Belle Jenny Rose WSU• So, to the matches. Unfortunately, the undercard felt pretty weak – not because of the talent involved but because there was precious little build up for any of the contests. That lack of hype for them meant that they felt somewhat inconsequential. Take Jenny Rose v Marti Belle for instance – what was actually a tale of Rose coming off the back of the biggest win of her career over Mima Shimoda at United was barely toughed upon before showtime. As for the match, I enjoyed it. There was some really nice mat wrestling to start which didn’t feel like them going through some pre-arranged counters, but like they were struggling to exchange and battle. Belle looked the best that I’ve seen her in a while and Rose’s ascension up the WSU ranks continued with the pinfall win in what was a tidy outing for the American Joshi.

• This was my first experience of Miss Diss Lexia, and I was surprised at how little character was displayed for someone who has such a gimmicky name. She had the perfect foil to work with in Cherry Bomb – who was so excited in her entrance as she received the streamer treatment, saying “this must mean I’m good, right?!” – but she just came across as a white meat babyface. It probably didn’t help that the match wasn’t up to much, and the BSE finish was actually a kick to Lexia’s midsection. Not the best iPPV debut for Miss Diss.

2 Niya Barela Brittany Blake WSU• Brittany Blake is a CZW trainee, so this match did the best it could to show what she could do. With a look like former WSU Tag Team Champion Miss April (AKA AJ Lee) she is a slip of a thing who was able to execute her flying moves on larger opponents Jessie Kaye and Niya Barela, and did well selling the prolonged beating before the hot tag. While Kaye is doing her best to develop a look, it’s still a work in progress – while Barela’s heel mannerisms have really come along. It looks as if Niya is heading towards a Spirit Title defence with Nevaeh, who got the pin on Jessie after the champion avoided being the one taking the fall. The fight between the heels probably wasn’t worth it.

• Sassy Stephie and Mademoiselle Rachelle came to the ring with something to say, and was seemingly another pot-shot at Havok, who Stephie may have been scheduled to wrestle, though we’ll never know for sure. Declaring that she was without an opponent, out came Solo Darling to make her sugar-induced WSU debut. As fun as always, Solo was a sweetheart and Stephie did well to make sure she was as disliked as possible. Stephie’s Kiss My Sass victory was the fourth match in a row without any real impetus for it to happen, which took us to an intermission.

3 Hania Athena WSU• Match quality took an upswing after the break with Athena against Hania, but I disagree with the numerous people who declared this the Match of the Night. While it was a well-executed aerial contest, it had no real story to it and just felt like some very well thought out spots rather than being a physical struggle. That’s not to say that I didn’t enjoy it – I found it to be a really entertaining match with some neat high-flying, sweet suplexes and slick slams, but it didn’t have a tale being told. Also, I really don’t buy into Hania’s howling gimmick – it reminds me of the very first episode of Tough Enough where Taz criticises an applicant for howling during a promo and says that it isn’t credible. Plus, it’s too high-pitched to feel scary, and besides, shouldn’t a huntress be quiet and stalk their prey?

• That brings us onto my call for MOTN. We’ve enthused in the past about Kimber Lee’s skill at working intergender matches, and it was certainly on show here as she and Annie Social challenged JT Dunn and David Starr for the WSU Tag Team Championship. Dunn and Starr were forced into getting a makeover by Rick Cataldo before the match and came out in one-piece leotards and fluorescent tutus, coupled with scowls on their faces. The match started with the challengers in confident mood but were led into a false sense of security until Dunn punched Lee square in the face before removing their feminine gear to wear their regular trunks instead in what was a ruse by Cataldo and the Juicy Product. Kimber took most of the beating until finally tagging out to Social – who has worked hard to get into the best shape that she’s been in around five years – who went to work on the titleholders. However, their lack of size hindered their ability to do damage and she was pinned following a spike Tombstone in what was a hell of a contest.

5 LuFisto Allysin Kay WSU• So to the main event, where you have to accept that Allysin Kay is getting a title shot without much reason, as she has been absent for close to a year and her last match in WSU was a defeat. The opening of the match saw WSU Champion LuFisto go after Kay’s legs, explaining to the ref that her opponent was very tall, which is logical. Kay rebounded by attacking the ribs and back to stop LuFisto from throwing her around, which also made sense. This led to a few nice moments on the apron where LuFisto kicked out Kay’s legs to take her to the floor, only for the challenger to deliver a back suplex onto the edge of the ring. In the end, it was the Burning Hammer which was the difference maker to end a title defence which – like much of the card – lacked a real reason for taking place.

• The post-match angle saw DJ Hyde, Stephie and Rachelle come out to try and get LuFisto to fall in line but the champ refused before being laid out with a chair shot to the head, busting her wide open hardway, according to LuFisto’s comment which was caught on the camera. Hyde then pulled all the limbs off Pegaboo to the squeals of LuFisto, so one could assume that WSU is looking to line up Stephie v LuFisto in the future, though that wasn’t clear.

7 LuFisto WSU• In fact, much of WSU’s immediate future is unclear. You could guess at that WSU Championship match, and we may get Nevaeh v Niya down the line, but it’s hard to see what else is coming up. This felt like a show which happened because CZW also had a show that day, rather than there being any great need to see any of these matches, with the exception of the Tag Title affair. If there was a show you could afford to miss, this would be it – which is a shame, because it incorporated the demise of Pegaboo after more than five years of service.

Bellatrix & WSU reveal September lineups. Big month for Allysin Kay?

allysin_kay_2014-Aug-18Today, both Europe’s Bellatrix Female Warriors and the USA’s Women Superstars Uncensored revealed details of their big September shows, and both feature the AK-47 of Professional Wrestling, Allysin Kay (right) in title contention for both groups biggest championships. At WSU Resurgence on September 13th, Kay will challenge LuFisto for the WSU World Championship, while at Bellatrix X two weekends later on September 28th, she will challenge Liberty for the Bellatrix World Championship. Both shows will emanate from each promotion’s traditional home venue – WSU on September 13th at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey, and Bellatrix on September 28th from Epic Studios in Norwich, England.

Kay’s challenge for the Bellatrix World Championship (in her European debut, no less) is one half of a co-main event for Bellatrix alongside the third in the trilogy of bouts between RQW European Champion Sammi Baynz and Greek Daredevil Blue Nikita, with the two attempting to finally settle their championship dispute inside the hardcore builder’s cage. The “builder’s cage” stipulation is separate from what wrestling fans may initially understand as a “cage match”, and instead features an industrial style builder’s cage (as you’d find on a building site) set up around the ring, giving competitors a chance to walk around outside the ring but within the cage (like a Hell In The Cell). The builder’s cage has no top, but will feature weapons inside the cage. Following their double KO finish at Bellatrix IX, the hardcore builder’s cage should guarantee a decisive finish. Bellatrix also features Violet O’Hara defending her British Ladies Championship against Penelope, Queen of the Ring Lady Lory taking on Erin Angel, Miss Mina will battle Skarlett, Amy-Lee Krammer will take on the returning Shax, and Saraya Knight will be the test for talented young Chanel, in her biggest challenge to date.

At WSU Resurgence, the WSU Tag Team Championships which were the subject of a controversial title change at United in July will be the subject of a rematch, as the (male) tag team champions JT Dunn and David Starr (The Juicy Product) will put the titles on the line against the team they ambushed with an impromptu title match at United, Annie Social & Kimber Lee (better known as C.U.N.T. – “Chicks Using Nasty Tactics). That a male tag team could come in and win a set of women’s tag titles incensed a lot of WSU fans, so Annie & Kimber have a chance to put things right at the first possible opportunity. The Juicy Product will be “styled” for the match by Rick Cataldo, by the way, as per the direction of DJ Hyde. WSU also features a showcase opportunity for Athena vs Hania, who met at one of the WSU Secret Shows earlier in the year in a really promising bout, along with a tag match which will see Nevaeh & Brittany Blake team up to take on the team of Niya Barela & Jessie Kaye. This one spins out from United also, as the WSU Spirit Champion Barela laid out both Nevaeh & Blake after their match.

You can buy tickets for both WSU and Bellatrix online.

Ringbelles Roundup (15 July 2014) – Diva storylines, Natalya legal weirdness, British Boot Camp 2, WSU

Alicia Fox Cameron Nikki Bella WWEAfter the Charlotte v Natalya match at NXT Takeover in May, Stew wrote a Soap Box entry about how it could lead to a new wave of attention for the WWE Divas. It seems that it may have come true.

Look around WWE TV at the moment. There are four storylines involving women and they are intertwining with each other, creating a division rather than having a champion and a new challenger every so often. The great thing about the storylines is that they all vary.

For example, AJ Lee and Paige’s programme is based around the Divas Championship and the wait for Paige to turn full-blown heel; Naomi and Cameron’s spat is former partners where one member has got a bit too big for her boots; the Bellas against the Stephanie McMahon is the tried and tested authority figure against wrestler story, while Layla and Summer Rae’s deal has been over a man – admittedly, that’s the weakest reason of the lot.

Let’s have a look at what’s been going on over the last week as we run up to Battleground this Sunday.

Nikki Bella was put into a handicap match against five Total Divas co-stars. Natalya & Naomi didn’t want to be part of it while Eva Marie, Summer Rae and Rosa Mendes were into it. It also saw Cameron do a run-in after the bell to go after Nikki, with Naomi chasing her away.

AJ Lee and Cameron wrestled on SmackDown with AJ showing why she’s the titleholder by dominating her opponent, causing the former Funkadactyl to scoot out of the ring and back off, only to be thrown back into the ring by her former partner and fall victim to a Shining Wizard.

Elsewhere on the show, Layla and Summer Rae decided that fighting over Fandango was dumb as he was revelling in all of the attention and stoking the fire at the same time, so they abandoned their match against each other with the former object of their affection as referee, beating him up and dancing (awkwardly) together. The dancing buddies continued their torment of Fandango on last night’s Raw and then flirted with Dolph Ziggler, who couldn’t believe his luck – though considering his fortunes, I wouldn’t expect them to keep their attention on him for too long.

Meanwhile, Nikki Bella was put into another handicap match – this time against Alicia Fox and Cameron – with the crowd getting behind Nikki’s plight. She’s still being punished for her sister Brie quitting and hitting Stephanie McMahon so she’s being put into tag team matches with Paige AJ Lee WWEBrie but they’re handicap encounters because Brie is banned from the building. Fox got the pin with a wacky armbar/headscissors/DDT combination, continuing her unstable gimmick – though quite why Naomi didn’t come out to be Bella’s partner to face Cameron is puzzling, especially considering the former tag partners are slated to wrestle on Sunday’s PPV pre-show.

The big deal was AJ Lee and Paige’s development, which also dispelled the rumours which were going round that Vince McMahon didn’t want Paige on the mic again, as since losing the belt she’s done much more talking than wrestling on TV. Lee defeated Eva Marie in rapid order while Paige was on commentary talking up her Battleground opponent and making out like they were friends while they’re more like frenemies. After the match, AJ hopped onto the announcers’ table and the pair exchanged some cordial words with a simmering tension between them before AJ cut it short and skipped away. The gimmick here is that Paige is technically a heel but is still acting and working like a face, though AJ knows that the betrayal is coming and is ready for it.

Exhausting stuff, but very welcome. Each story has its own directions, they intersect and they are episodic. I’ve no idea who’s behind this new focus on the Divas division, but bravo – keep it up.


NatalyaAdmittedly, Natalya is not one of the multitude of Divas in a storyline, despite her being half of the match which arguably kickstarted this range of programmes going on at the moment. However, she has had some (ridiculous) legal issues to deal with.

PWInsider reported that a hand-written lawsuit was issued on June 27 by Christopher Donnelly – a man who is currently jailed in Pennsylvania – and threatened to go to the media if he did not receive $250,000 in damages for mental and psychological trauma. The lawsuit contained a number of outlandish claims which included that the former Divas Champion was a dominatrix who beat him in hotel rooms across the country over a four year period up to 2009 – which would precede her signing with WWE and even before competing in SHIMMER – as well as forcing him to undergo extreme sexual abuse and to prostitute himself in Miami, FL.

A Florida judge dismissed the lawsuit on July 7, saying the it had delusional language and did not have any standing under the law of the state.


TNA British Boot Camp 2TNA announced a second series of British Boot Camp, the “reality” show which saw Rockstar Spud sign with the promotion and also featured Hannah and Holly Blossom. Unofficially revealed by Challenge TV the day before President Dixie Carter could make the announcement, a press release was later issued by TNA, saying the company will be holding open tryouts with the best twelve being taken to the United States and the field being whittled down to the top two, who will compete in New York City. The winner will receive a TNA contract while three runners-up will be part of the 2015 Maximum Impact tour in the UK next January.

Gail Kim has been announced as one of the three judges who will be assessing the applicants along with Samoa Joe and Al Snow – the latter of whom could offer a conflicting opinion to Kim about women’s wrestling based on Snow’s thoughts on how women should wrestle – so it seems as if TNA is encouraging women to sign up for the show. The judges aspect makes the show more like WWE’s Tough Enough than the first run of British Boot Camp, which felt more like a fly-on-the-wall documentary.

While Spud may be enjoying a lot of TV time on Impact Wrestling, it seems as if the TNA experience saw the Blossoms go in a different direction after their one-year developmental deals with the company expired. They returned to Louisville, KY to carry on their time in Ohio Valley Wrestling – both had spent considerable time in the promotion before signing up for British Boot Camp – and Hannah made a couple of appearances on TNA TV after their appearances on the UK tour, but they were never really called up for any major reason. Both have elected to take an extended break from wrestling since January, both have married and Holly has relocated to Florida with her husband. While stepping back into the ring isn’t totally out of the realms of possibility, it seems that neither has plans to wrestle again for the foreseeable future. Considering their media attention through the show, it seems that TNA failed to capitalise on the investment they had made.

The other sticking point for potential applicants is whether they see themselves going to WWE in the future. AJ Styles, Matt Morgan, Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, Hernandez, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, SoCal Val, Mickie James and more have left TNA in the last 18 months or so and none have been signed to WWE, and it appears that former TNA names aren’t in high demand up north. Someone who enters – and possibly wins – the show may open the TNA door, but may be sealing the WWE one shut in the process. With TNA’s future looking shaky at the moment, it may be a short-sighted decision.

Still, some will go for the immediate attention and possible benefits by appearing on the show. It will be interesting to see what women from the UK elect to take the plunge.


Jesiscka Havok DJ Hyde WSUWomen Superstars Uncensored has ushered in a new era of ownership following the departure of Drew Cordiero and the ascension of Combat Zone Wrestling boss DJ Hyde, who became a co-owner last year after WSU and CZW started running shows on the same day as well as sharing talent for events like Queen and King of the Ring. As an outgoing message, Cordiero wrote a Facebook post saying “Just because my time with WSU has come to an end doesn’t mean you should stop supporting the organization. Some of the hardest working women I’ve ever met still wrestle for WSU. I’m proud of WSU’s growth for the two years that I was in charge and anticipate even more growth under DJ Hyde’s leadership. I’ve learned a lot working closely with DJ and he has helped me improve as a promoter, a personality, and a person.”

However, Hyde’s first show in full charge saw two controversial issues which overshadowed LuFisto making her first successful defence of the WSU World Title by beating Mickie Knuckles, Shanna and Hania gaining many plaudits and Jenny Rose defeating Mima Shimoda.

The first incident on Saturday’s United show directly involved Hyde and the return to the promotion of Jessicka Havok – which conclusively proves that being “banned for life” really means “banned for 71 days” – with her holding the old WSU title belt and demanding to be reinstated to the promotion, which happened after she defeated Mia Yim with an Air Raid Crash. However, fans seemed to get bent out of shape for Hyde’s stipulation if Havok lost, which would see Jessicka have to provide oral sex to DJ on the next show.

Obviously, this didn’t happen – and there was never any prospect of it happening. It was said to gain heat and was obviously successful, given the reaction which took place on social media after the event. It also saw Hyde’s plan blow up in his face as Havok won and was reinstated, which means that his headaches with Jessicka will continue. If anything, I would be more upset with the pair spitting in each other’s faces again, as it’s beyond unsanitary. In this situation, the sexist demand by a man drunk with power saw him humiliated within minutes and he was made to look stupid for underestimating a woman’s ability and determination.

JT Dunn David Starr WSU TheJuiceeeThe WSU Tag Team Championship ended up in the hands of men later on as the Juicy Product snared the straps after attacking Chicks Using Nasty Tactics following Annie Social and Kimber Lee’s win over Rick Cataldo and Veda Scott. There was a great deal of upset at the beating and title change, but you can’t judge this all just on the result of one show.

JT Dunn and David Starr have a gimmick of “collecting” tag team championships and Dunn has had some great matches with Kimber Lee in Beyond Wrestling, so the pair have history. Their matches have been hard-hitting outings which have seen Lee earn huge praise for her efforts, workrate and storytelling. The Juicy Product’s winning of the belts isn’t going to last – they’ll be beaten for the championships by a female team who will stand up for their gender. The team has also spent the last few days releasing videos promoting their match against the Young Bucks later this month where they have paid Kimber, Nevaeh and Havok to say that they are predicting a win for Dunn and Starr, only for them to say they like the Bucks instead. Lee was knocked out by a JT punch; Nevaeh hit Starr with a forearm when they tried to attack and Havok yelled at them to keep their distance, to which they complied. It shows how they are happy to take their lumps when the time is right – and that time will come.

Remember, this promotion is called WOMEN Superstars Uncensored – there is no way that a woman will be bested by a man once the storyline has run its course. Look at Chris Dickinson, who thoroughly beat up Addy Starr and teamed up with Shanna to take part in intergender matches, turning him babyface in the process – but he has also had his comeuppance along the way after being beaten by LuFisto in May, which saw him admit his respect for the victor. Over the course of a number of shows, he gained admiration for the women in the promotion.

Men who are wrestling women or booking women on their shows are not misogynists. In fact, they’re the exact opposite, as men who don’t respect what these women are doing would not want to have any part of what is going on. Hyde may have made sexual comments to Havok but he was happy to be the fall guy who was made to look stupid, and also lost to Nevaeh on a CZW show – he’ll no doubt be humiliated again. Dunn and Starr will be beaten and put down when the time is right, and it will be a big feather in the cap of whoever does it.

On a final note – anyone who is upset at men winning a women’s championship should also be annoyed at Chyna winning the WWE Intercontinental Title, Jacqueline capturing the Cruiserweight belt, or LuFisto winning the North Shore Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship or CZW Iron Man Title. Equality works both ways.


It’s been a relatively quiet week on the site – partly due to work commitments by Stew and me suffering the upheaval of moving house. Thanks to NHB Girls’ Rhi Lockwood for stepping into the void and covering the WSU results for us. Elsewhere, we’ve posted two matches – Kay Lee Ray jumping off a car against Sammii Jayne and Demi Bennett battling Savannah Summers – had a review of the most recent WSU Secret Show and a Fight Like A Girl interview with Kaitlin Diemond where among other things, she discusses how a WWE tryout works and the feedback she received.


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WWE travelled to Japan last week for a quick tour. Paige made Alicia Fox made the trip for the Divas… Summer Rae defeated Bayley on last week’s NXT to become the number one contender for Charlotte’s Women’s Championship… Despite going their separate ways on NXT two weeks ago, Charlotte and Sasha Banks teamed up at WWE’s house show at Madison Square Garden on Saturday. They lost to Natalya & Nikki Bella… Becky Lynch’s gimmick may be getting tweaked. She had new gear and music at the weekend’s NXT house shows… Thea Trinidad once again worked as one of Adam Rose’s Rosebuds on last night’s Raw. She must be on the verge of signing by now. Ring Of Honor trainee Mandy Leon was also part of the entourage.

Gail Kim defeated Angelina Love, Madison Rayne & Brittany to retain the Knockouts Championship on last week’s Impact Wrestling.

North America
Inspire Pro Wrestling is holding a show on July 27 in Austin, TX where there are five women’s matches on the ten match card. Heading up the pack is Barbi Hayden defending the NWA World Women’s Championship against Mia Yim in the main event. Elsewhere we have Jessica James v Miss Diss Lexia v KC Warfield, Leva Bates v Paige Turner, Athena v Kat Green and Solo Darling v Delilah Doom… Seleziya Sparx will take on Eddie Kingston at Absolute Intense Wrestling’s Chik Tormenta Superluchasintergender show on July 26… As well as having their own individual intergender matches at the AIW Battle of the Sexes show on July 26, Athena and Heidi Lovelace will wrestle for Athena’s Women’s Championship at the All In afternoon show… Amazing Maria worked a dark match at last Wednesday’s Ohio Valley Wrestling tapings. She was beaten by Jessie Belle… Chyna says that if WWE ever approached her for a return, she would consider it… Ivelise Velez retained her SHINE Championship ladt Friday by beating Shanna on a Full Impact Pro iPPV. Shanna claimed she had won after she pinned Velez, but both her hand and Ivelisse’s hand were on the ropes. The champion scored the win with a Code Red… Nicole Matthews defeated Veronika Vice on Saturday to hold onto her Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling Women’s Championship… Luchadora Chik Tormenta beat Alissa Flash (Cheerleader Melissa) on to win the River City Wrestling Phoenix Championship… Courtney Rush retained the Acclaim Pro Wrestling Women’s Championship on Saturday, beating Kc Spinelli. Elsewhere on the show, Portia Perez became the number one contender to that title by winning a 6-way match.

Alpha Female has announced that she is to leave Stardom. She was due to be part of the 5*STAR GP but that’s not going to happen as she is to move to the United States for a new opportunity which she is yet to reveal, but may not be to do with wrestling. She says she may be back next year… Io Shirai racked up her 10th successful World of Stardom Championship defence last Thursday, beating Meiko Satomura. Next up will be Yoshiko, who earned her shot by winning a 4-Remei Asuka Resuner Yokoyamaway on the same show. Remei Asuka also made her debut on the show – her gimmick is that she has a nice bottom. She is bi-lingual and has been translating for Alpha Female… Manami Katsu wrestled her final match on Sunday’s JWP show, being defeated by Rabbit Miu. The 19-year old, 3-year pro’s highlight was holding the JWP Junior and Princess of Pro-Wrestling Championships for 482 days. Meanwhile, Arisa Nakajima is still JWP Openweight Champion – she beat DASH Chisako on the same show… Act Yasukawa had surgery to correct near blindness in her right eye.

Blue Nikita beat Penelope at Saturday’s German Stampede Wrestling. Penelope described it as the best match of her career… Speaking of Penelope, she turned heel in a Bellatrix showcase match at a World Association of Wrestling show earlier this month, aligning herself with co-owner Axl Lynch and Sammi Baynz… Lana Austin and April Davids wrestled to a no contest on Sunday’s FutureShock show when Women’s Champion Danni Hunter slapped the referee. It was announced that Hunter will defend the title against both Austin and Davids in a 3-way on August 10.

Silueta will return to Japan for a fifth time next month as part of the working partnership with CMLL and REINA. La Commandante, Marcela & Estrellita will also be heading over… Hair and masks will be on the line on August 1 at CMLL’s Juicio Final event in Mexico City. Princesa Blanca (hair) & La Seductora (mask) take on Marcela (hair) & Princesa Sugeheit (mask) with both members of the losing team making a sacrifice. Blanca says she’ll also retire if she loses.



July 8: WWE Main Event (Ottawa, ON, Canada) – Naomi, Natalya, Eva Marie, Rosa Mendes & Summer Rae b Nikki Bella in a handicap match

July 9: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Jessie Belle b Amazing Maria

July 9: Rockstar Pro Wrestling (Dayton, OH) – Lufisto v Crazy Mary Dobson went to a no contest

July 10: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Remei Asuka b Reno Hazuki; Hiroyo Matsumoto & Miho Wakizawa b Hatsuhinode Kamen & Kaori Yoneyama; Yoshiko b Kyoko Kimura, Nanae Takahashi & Alpha Female in a 4-way; Dr. Wagner Jr., Kairi Hojo & Mayu Iwatani b Black Tiger, Koguma & Takumi Iroha; Io Shirai b Meiko Satomura

Gail Kim Angelina Love Brittany TNAJuly 10: WWE (Tokyo, Japan) – Paige b Alicia Fox

July 10: WWE NXT (Winter Park, FL) – Summer Rae b Bayley

July 10: TNA Impact Wrestling (Bethlehem, PA) – Gail Kim b Angelina Love, Madison Rayne & Brittany in a 4-way

July 10: IWA Mid-South (Clarksville, IN) – Thunderkitty b Mistress Burgandi

July 11: Tokyo Women’s Wrestling (Tokyo, Japan) – Miyu Yamashita b Akane Miura; Chikage Kiba b Erin; Nonoko & Yuka Sakazaki b KANNA & Shoko Nakajima

July 11: WWE (Tokyo, Japan) – Paige b Alicia Fox

July 11: Scottish Wrestling Entertainment (Fife, Scotland) – Sammii Jayne b Debbie Sharpe

July 11: WWE SmackDown (Ottawa, ON, Canada) – AJ Lee b Cameron; Layla v Summer Rae went to a no contest

July 11: Pro Wrestling All Stars of Detroit (Melvindale, MI) – Randi West b Heather Patera

July 11: Full Impact Pro (Ybor City, FL) – Ivelisse Velez b Shanna

July 11: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Amapola, Princesa Blanca & Zeuxis b Dark Angel, Estrellita & Marcela

July 12: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Kurumi & Kyuri b Meari Naito & Miyako Matsumoto; Tsukasa Fujimoto b 235; Mio Shirai b Yuri Kotobuki; Maki Narumiya & Risa Sera b Hamuko Hoshi & Manami Katsu; Tsukushi b Yuuka

July 12: Newcastle Pro Wrestling (New Lambton, Australia) – Rachel Rose & Demi Bennett b Harley Wonderland & Madison Eagles

July 12: German Hurricane Wrestling (Nauheim, Germany) – Svetlana Kalashnikova b Stella

July 12: German Stampede Wrestling (Marburg, Germany) – Blue Nikita b Penelope

July 12: Empress Pro Wrestling (High Wycombe, England) – Pollyanna Peppers b Rhia O’Reilly

July 12: I Believe In Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Su Yung b Sweet Thang Willie

July 12: DREAMWAVE (LaSalle, IL) – Candice LeRae b Bucky Collins

July 12: Pro Wrestling All Stars of Detroit (Ann Arbor, MI) – Randi West b Heather Patera

July 12: River City Wrestling (San Antonio, TX) – Chik Tormenta b Alissa Flash to win the RCW Phoenix Championship

July 12: Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (Vancouver, BC, Canada) – Nicole Matthews b Veronika Vice

July 12: WWE NXT (Tampa, FL) – Becky Lynch b Carmella

July 12: WWE (New York City, NY) – Nikki Bella & Natalya b Sasha Banks & Charlotte

July 12: Women Superstars Uncensored (Voorhees, NJ) – Jewells Malone b Jessie Kaye; Shanna b Hania; Jenny Rose b Mima Shimoda; Jessicka Havok b Mia Yim; Neveah b Brittany Blake; Annie Social & Kimber Lee b Veda Scott & Rick Cataldo; JT Dunn & David Starr b Annie Social & Kimber Lee to win the WSU Championship; LuFisto b Mickie Knuckles

July 12: Acclaim Pro Wrestling (Greely, ON, Canada) – Courtney Rush b Kc Spinelli; Portia Perez b Vanessa Kraven, She Nay Nay, Jody D’Milo, Kaitlin Diemond & Angie Skye

July 13: JWP (Tokyo, Japan) – Kayoko Haruyama, KAZUKI & Rydeen Hagane b Hanako Nakamori, Leon & Yako Fujigasaki; Command Bolshoi b Yume Hayashi; Rabbit Miu b Manami Katsu; Yumiko Hotta b Sachie Abe; Arisa Nakajima b DASH Chisako

July 13: Pro Wrestling WAVE (Tokyo, Japan) – Misaki Ohata & Moeka Haruhi b Rina Yamashita & Shuu Shibutani; Hiroyo Matsumoto b Sakura Hirota; Yumi Ohka b Mika Iida; Ayako Hamada & Yuu Yamagata b Kana & Sawako Shimono; Kaho Kobayashi b Risa Sera; Natsu Sumire b Fairy Nihonbashi; Tsukasa Fujimoto b Kyoko Kimura & Tomoka Nakagawa in a 3-way

July 13: Union (Osaka, Japan) – Ladybeard & Mio Shirai b Cherry & Hatsuhinode Kamen

July 13: FutureShock Wrestling (Stockport, England) – Lana Austin v April Davids went to a no contest

Seleziya Sparx TabercilJuly 13: SoCal WrestleFest (Los Angeles, CA) – Ruby Raze b Kitana Vera

July 13: Squared Circle Wrestling (Mississauga, ON, Canada) – Alexia Nicole b Cherry Bomb; John Greed b Seleziya Sparx via count out

July 14: WWE Raw (Richmond, VA) – Alicia Fox & Cameron b Nikki Bella; AJ Lee b Eva Marie

July 14: CMLL (Puebla, Mexico) – Lluvia, Marcela & Princesa Sugehit b La Seductora, Princesa Blanca & Tiffany via DQ


July 19: ATTACK! Pro Wrestling (Bristol, England) – Lana Austin v Nixon Newell

July 19: Valkyrie Women’s Wrestling (Brooklyn, NY) – Kimber Lee v Cherry Bomb; La Rosa Negra v Nevaeh; Davienne v Mistress Belmont; LuFisto v Kacee Carlisle; Jessie Brooks v Samantha Heights; Angel Dust v Sumie Sakai

July 19: Pure Wrestling Association (Kitchener, ON, Canada) – Kc Spinelli v Leah Von Dutch

July 20: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland) – Leah & Kasey Owens v Sara Marie Taylor & Carmel Jacob; Kay Lee Ray v Nikki Storm; Sammi Baynz v Viper

July 20: WWE Battleground (Tampa, FL) – Naomi v Cameron; AJ Lee v Paige

July 20: Smash Wrestling (Toronto, ON, Canada) – Cherry Bomb v Xandra Bale

July 25: RESISTANCE Pro (Willowbrook, IL) – D’Arcy Dixon v Angel Dust

July 25: Alternative Wrestling Show (South Gate, CA) – Hudson Envy v LuFisto

Athena Heidi Lovelace AIWJuly 26: Absolute Intense Wrestling (Cleveland, OH) – Veda Scott v Gregory Iron; Athena v Louis Lyndon; Rickey Shane Page v Kimber Lee; Eddie Kingston v Seleziya Sparx; Heidi Lovelace v BJ Whitmer; Jasmin v Davey Vega; Athena v Heidi Lovelace

July 27: Kamikaze Pro (Birmingham, England) – Nixon Newell v Marshall X

July 27: Inspire Pro Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Barbi Hayden v Mia Yim; Jessica James v Miss Diss Lexia v KC Warfield; Leva Bates v Paige Turner; Athena v Kat Green; Solo Darling v Delilah Doom

July 27: Ring Of Honor (Laurel, DE) – Veda Scott & Jenny Rose v Hania & Mandy Leon

August 1: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – April Davids v TBA

August 9: Melbourne City Wrestling (Craigieburn, Australia) – Evie v Toni Storm

August 9: Southside Wrestling (Nottingham, England) – Martin Kirby v Kay Lee Ray

August 10: Pro Wrestling Kingdom (Birmingham, England) – Nixon Newell & Chris Brookes v Ryan Smile & Lana Austin

August 10: FutureShock Wrestling (Stockport, England) – Danni Hunter v Lana Austin v April Davids

August 16: NCW Femmes Fatales XV (Montreal, QC, Canada) – Mercedes Martinez v LuFisto v Cheerleader Melissa v Courtney Rush; Missy v Kimber Lee; Vanessa Kraven v Sassy Stephie; Addy Starr & Kaitlin Diemond v Mary Lee Rose & Pink Flash Kira; Sweet Cherrie v Niya Barela

Jewells Malone Seleziya SparxAugust 16: Conflict Wrestling (Kitchener, ON, Canada) – Seleziya Sparx v Jewells Malone

August 17: AAA TripleMania XXII (Mexico City, Mexico) – Faby Apache v Taya Valkyrie

August 22: Hybrid Pro Wrestling (Sunderland, England) – Kirsty Love v Freya Frenzy

August 25: Conwy County Wrestling (Llandudno, Wales) – Nadia Sapphire v Jezabeth

September 6: Tidal Wrestling (Darlington, England) – Pollyanna Peppers v Ruby Summers

September 21: Insane Championship Wrestling (Glasgow, Scotland) – Leah & Kasey Owens v Bete Noire & Viper

September 28: Bellatrix X (Norwich, England) – Sammi Baynz v Blue Nikita

October 3: 4 Front Wrestling (Swindon, England) – Shanna v Hikaru Shida

October 18-19: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)

November 16: Tidal Wrestling (Newcastle, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Shax

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WSU United – LuFisto vs Mickie Knuckles – Live Coverage

WSU United
It looks like it might well be an eventful day in WSU-land today, with the promotion running their “United” iPPV (available via from their traditional home of the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. Not only is there the intriguing main event of WSU World Champion LuFisto defending against Mickie Knuckles, but you’ve got the shadow of the former WSU Champion (who was stripped of her title and banned for life a mere two months ago) Jessicka Havok promising to show up uninvited.

Also on the show, the WSU Tag Champions of C.U.N.T. (Annie Social & Kimber Lee) will defend their titles against the unique combination of Veda Scott and “The Boy Diva” Rick Cataldo; Jenny Rose gets her wish to challenge a legitimate joshi legend when she takes on Mima Shimoda; Hania The Huntress takes on “Portugal’s Perfect Athlete” Shanna and Mia Yim returns to WSU action!

Live coverage from the Flyers Skate Zone is available via (including 14 days VOD access), but otherwise, we’ll be keeping you up to date with results as they come in right here!

The show kicks off with a mic spot Niya pronounces that she is the best female wrestler in the company. She’s interrupted by Neveah, after exchanging some words, they have a stand-off.
1. Jewells Malone bested Jessie Kaye with a school boy roll up
2. Shanna defeated Hania The Huntress with a dragon suplex
3. Jenny Rose got the win over Mima Shimoda
After the match, Jessicka Havok entered via the crowd with the original WSU championship.  DJ Hyde demanded security remove her, but she wouldn’t let them come close as she was armed with a chair. DJ Hyde created an Uncensored Rules match between Mia Yim & Jessicka Havok to start right now.
4. Jessicka Havok beat Mia Yim with the air raid crash
5. Neveah defeated Brittany Blake
Post-match, Niya attacked Neveah with the WSU Spirit title. Brittany attempted to assist and was smashed in the head with the belt for her trouble. Niya left the ring both Neveah and Brittany laid out.
6. WSU Tag Team Championship: Annie Social & Kimber Lee (c) retained their championship against Veda Scott & Rick Cataldo, after Kimber Lee pinned Rick Cataldo
After the match, The Juicy Product (JT Dunn & David Starr) entered and after a slap from Annie Social, attacked the WSU Tag Team Champions. A pin to Kimber Lee and The Juicy Product left with the WSU Championship.
7. WSU World Championship: LuFisto (c) retained her championship against Mickie Knuckles by a choke submission.