So, Jessicka Havok ascended to the top of Women Superstars Uncensored’s mountain on Saturday night by winning the promotion’s top championship from Mercedes Martinez at the 5th Anniversary Show, making her an undefeated Champion and putting an end to Martinez’ reign four days shy of the three year mark. In a match that was a wild brawl of a war more than a technical affair, it was unconventional, but successful. The pair fought all over the building and took some crazy bumps along the way – the Fisherman Buster from the apron through the table to the concrete floor being the height of the lunacy. No doubt, Havok was given the best springboard that she could possibly get for the start of her reign, and Martinez pulled out everything to give her that launch.

The ending was somewhat of a head-scratcher, with both going through a table from the top rope but Havok managing to get the pin, but I imagine the idea is that it shows just how evenly matched the two are and a draped arm was the only thing that could separate them. However, having a slightly more decisive match-ending move may have sweetened things slightly – though at this point I’m splitting hairs on what was a great main event, and also an early contender for Match of the Year.

Many have described the 5th Anniversary show their best iPPV to date. Having seen most of them, it would be hard to disagree with that. When it came to aesthetics, things went well – most of the direction was good, the cameramen were in the right place for most of the stuff (barring a couple of incidents, which I’ll get to) and the graphics and editing went well. As a TV product, it was the sharpest yet. And there was a boob toss. Nothing more to be said about it really, but I felt it just HAD to be mentioned.

However, a couple of points – stuff going on in the ring is the most important. This is applicable to the result for the Tag Team Championship where the match-winning enzugiri by Luscious Latasha on Lexxus was missed because we had cut away to Marti Belle and Tina San Antonio fighting to the back. WSU let itself down with the Tag Team Title match, as while other storylines on the show were logical, Lexxus’ decision to have ring announcer Destiny as her partner, then seeing San Antonio elect herself to be Lexxus’ partner and Belle subsequently getting involved took all the focus from the match. Too much booking spoiled the broth. Also, the match-ending crash through the table by Mercedes and Jessicka was a little too ambiguous – so much so that the commentary team thought it was an Ace Crusher by Martinez (which it was, according to photos) and were surprised when it was Havok who got the pin.

Also, the attendance was said to be not great. Barely scratching 100, it meant that things came across quite quiet on iPPV, but at least you couldn’t see the empty seats because the house lights were off. However, when Martinez and Havok fought into the crowd, the house lights were turned on so the cameras could pick up the action, and showed off how few fans there were in the NYWC Sportatorium in Deer Park, NY. One suggestion for the poor attendance is the price of tickets, which were allegedly $35 for general admission, which is a lot, though another theory is that more stock was put into selling iPPV buys instead of tickets. Now, that’s all well and good, but WSU has to be careful about what kind of impression it makes to have a record audience watching on the Internet, but then get to form an opinion on the low number of fans actually in the building. That’s a shame if that’s the case.

Not one to leave things to sit and fester, WSU has already announced three championship matches for its upcoming shows in April. First off is the King and Queen of the Ring event in New Jersey on April 14, where Havok will defend the Spirit Championship (as she has to defend both rather than vacate it) against Marti Belle, who beat Tina San Antonio in the least heated grudge match I’ve ever seen on Saturday, while new Tag Team Champions, Havok’s Midwest Militia teammates Allysin Kay and Sassy Stephie will take on the team they beat at the weekend, Alicia and Brittney Savage, rather than Luscious Latasha and Jana, who they defeated to win the belts. Can’t explain that, but it should be some match, anyway.

Meanwhile, Havok’s first defence of her WSU Championship will be a rematch against Martinez, announced after the iPPV went off the air. That will take place at the WSU J-Cup double DVD tapings on April 28.

Martinez has a busy time of it over the next month before getting to that rematch. She travels to Canada this weekend for Femmes Fatales VIII (more on that later), then follows the SHIMMER weekend which could see her wrestle four times as a heel, more than likely settling things with Athena, whom Martinez attacked with a chair at the end of volume 44, and following that is a flight to the UK for three dates for WAW, WAWW and HEW. As it has been announced earlier today, Martinez will face Sweet Saraya at the WAW show on March 24 and again two days later at HEW. The filling in that sandwich will be a match between her and WAWW’s resident monster Amazon, who has made massive strides in the last few months. Considering Amazon has 5 inches on her, it should make for an interesting contest. Other matches have been announced for WAWW, which you can check out in the Upcoming section further on.


As part of WSU’s iPPV, the first example of the working relationship it has with nCw Femmes Fatales appeared when a commercial for Femmes Fatales VIII appeared inbetween matches, followed by an announcement that current International Champion Kalamity and former titleholder LuFisto would be wrestling in a WSU ring later this year, while WSU announced in its latest newsletter than the Midwest Militia would be venturing to Montreal too – though Stephie has already worked in Femmes Fatales before.

WSU has no bearing on this Saturday’s show though, which boasts a triple main event. Martinez challenges Kalamity for the International Title in a match that had its seeds planted at the end of Femmes Fatales VII just after Kalamity won the title from LuFisto. Mercedes hit the ring, took the belt, had a good look at it and then gave it back. The pair have fought before at Femmes Fatales V with Martinez getting the win. It’s possible that Mercedes will have the opportunity to replace the WSU belt with another one 7 days later, though I would expect Kalamity to get the win in a fine battle. The Champion has matured a huge amount since their last encounter a year ago, making her debut in SHIMMER, taking on Hailey Hatred, as well as getting more ring time in her native Canada. Couple that extra experience with Martinez’s great ability, and we could have another classic on our hands.

Elsewhere, former WWE Women’s Champion Jazz makes her Femmes Fatales debut on Saturday, facing new Lucha POP Women’s Champion LuFisto. Described as a “dream match”, it came about because the reputation of Femmes Fatales had made its way to Jazz.

“I’ve heard a lot of great things about [Femmes Fatales],” Jazz told SLAM! Wrestling. “A lot of my friends I know have worked with that promotion and they have nothing but good things to say about it. I’m more than excited to be a part of it this coming weekend.”

No doubt, high praise from a woman who has been there and done that.

LuFisto is enjoying a new surge since returning to wrestling last month following five months off after her back injury flared up. She defeated Urban Miles in an intergender match at the weekend and will be in for a big battle with Jazz on Saturday. Considering Jazz wrestled in the original (and WWE facsimile) ECW, it would be foolhardy to rule out an arena-wide brawl.

The other big contest pits our Wrestler of the Year Hailey Hatred against current SHIMMER Champion Cheerleader Melissa in what is likely to be a hard-hitting affair. Hatred enjoys a size advantage, while Melissa may have the aggressive edge, though that could be debated considering Hailey lives and wrestles in Japan, which means she has had to adapt and thrive to the joshi style, which could never be compared to a tickling contest.

Elsewhere, we have other Femmes Fatales debuts in Jessie McKay and Rhia O’Reilly who take on Angie Skye and She Nay Nay respectively, and Kellie Skater faces Kira.

All in all, it looks like it will be a great night of action in Montreal, and we will bring you coverage and thoughts from the show this weekend. Keep your eyes on Ringbelles, where we will bring you results, thoughts and post-show news.


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The best of the rest

Davina Rose has been announced for SHIMMER. Hopefully she’ll pick up her first win during these tapings. Veda Scott is in too, and Australia’s Shazza McKenzie will also make her debut. Tomoka Nakagawa is booked for WAVE during SHIMMER weekend, so she won’t be there… The AAW match for the night before SHIMMER has been signed – MsChif, Athena & Christina Von Eerie will take on Sara Del Rey, Portia Perez & Nicole Matthews… Natalya’s losing streak in singles matches on TV continues – we’re up to seven months now… Sexy Star announced that Lucha POP has established a working relationship with Combat Zone Wrestling… When asked when she would return to WWE, Kharma replied on her Twitter with “soon”. She has been off TV since last May, barring a one-off appearance at this January’s Royal Rumble… Dungeon Championship Wrestling is holding a Women’s Championship tournament. Athena and Allison Danger meet in the first round on April 15… Interim Raw General Manager John Laurinaitis intimated that he would make Aksana face Kane when he takes charge of SmackDown this week… Maria Kanellis will defend her newly won FWE Women’s Championship against TNA’s Rosita on March 24… Nikki Storm took her Pro Wrestling: EVE winstreak to 8 on Saturday night by making Erin Angel tap out… Rhia O’Reilly became the first WAR Women’s Champion by beating Lisa Fury in Zurich, Switzerland on Saturday… Former CMLL World Women’s Champion Marcela challenged the woman who beat her for the belt, Ayumi Kurihara, after beating her last Friday in a non-title match… Mia Svensson lost the RCW No Limits Championship to Mercedes KV on Saturday. Also on Saturday, Kalamity successfully defended the nCw Femmes Fatales International Championship against Angie Skye, and NY Knockout Nikki retained her MPW Women’s Title against Amanda… April Davids has announced that she will return to Japan for a month at the end of March… For some inexplicable reason, new heel Eve Torres teamed with Kelly Kelly against the Bellas on Saturday and Sunday. Beth Phoenix and Natalya teamed up on Sunday too, despite Pin-Up Strong ostensibly being dead… Kellie Skater and Courtney Rush have left Japan after successful stints there. Rush was there for a couple of weeks, while Skater arrived just before Christmas… Io Shirai celebrated 5 years in wrestling on Sunday. She and Dark Angel (Sarita) defeated Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa. Dark Angel also celebrated her birthday while out in Japan too… Kagetsu got some revenge on Kana by beating her at the most recent Sendai Girls show. Kana won their previous encounter at Bull Nakano’s EMPRESS show in January… Riho defeated Hikari Minami in the main event of Saturday’s Ice Ribbon “Teens 4” show… Mickie Knuckles has announced on her Facebook that she will not be accepting any more bookings. No reason as to why yet, or what will happen to AIW’s Women’s Championship… WWE retconned the Eve Torres v Kelly Kelly feud by having Kelly say that Eve’s been talking smack about her behind her back for years. News to us… Terra Calaway will make her east coast debut at the WSU Uncensored Rumble in June… Sara Del Rey will take on Leah Von Dutch when CHIKARA goes to Canada later this month. Von Dutch got her training through a scholarship from Edge.



February 24: Chaotic Wrestling (Lowell, MA) – Mercedes KV b Alexxis Nevaeh

February 25: Fight Club Finland (Helsinki, Finland) – Aurora Flame b Erin Angel & Sara Elektra in a 3-way

February 25: NWA Mid-Atlantic (Cheraw, SC) – Jayme Jameson b Reby Sky

February 25: American Championship Entertainment (Union City, NJ) – Nikki Syxx b Sienna DuVall

February 25: CLASH Wrestling (Taylor, MI) – Mena Libra b Leah Von Dutch

February 26: Danish Pro Wrestling (Nykøbing Falster, Denmark) – Jenny Sjodin b Rob Cage

February 26: Sendai Girls (Osaka, Japan) – Toshie Uematsu b Miyako Morino; Leon & Ray b Sakura Hirota & Nana Kawasa; DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko b Ryo Mizunami & Sawako Shimono; Meiko Satomura b Ayako Hamada; Kagetsu b Kana

February 26: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Io Shirai & Mayu Iwatani b Arisa Hoshiki & Natsumi Showzuki; Natsuki*Taiyo b Kellie Skater; Hiroyo Matsumoto, Eri Susa & Yuuri Haruka b Yoko Bito, Saki Kashima & Kairi Hojo; Nanae Takahashi b Act Yasukawa; Yuzuki Aikawa b Miho Wakizawa

February 28: CMLL (Guadalajara, Mexico) – Gitana, Lady Apache & Marcela b Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sugheit & Tiffany via DQ

February 29: WWE NXT (Seattle, WA) – Kaitlyn b Maxine

March 1: WWE Superstars (Seattle, WA) – Beth Phoenix b Alicia Fox

March 1: Osaka Pro (Osaka, Japan) – Ebessan b Apple Miyuki & Miracle Man in a 3-way

March 1: Impact Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – ODB b Madison Rayne; Mickie James & Velvet Sky b Angelina Love & Sarita

March 1: TNA (Kansas City, KS) – Gail Kim b Velvet Sky

March 2: TNA (Salina, KS) – Gail Kim b Velvet Sky

March 2: WWE (Cornwall, ONT, Canada) – Eve Torres b Kelly Kelly

March 2: WWE SmackDown (Seattle, WA) – Eve Torres b Natalya

March 2: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Marcela b Ayumi Kurihara

March 3: Ice Ribbon “Teens” (Saitama, Japan) – Kurumi b Tsukushi; Dorami Nagano b Kurumi; Kagetsu, Aoi Ishibashi & Mika Iida b Rabbit Mito, Nana Kawasa & Manami Katsu; Riho b Hikari Minami

March 3: Southside Wrestling Entertainment (St Neots, England) – Nikki Storm b Erin Angel

March 3: Wrestling Academy Rorbas (Zurich, Switzerland) – Rhia O’Reilly b Lisa Fury to win the WAR Women’s Championship

March 3: I Believe In Wrestling (Orlando, FL) – Santana Garrett b Christina Von Eerie

March 3: WWE (Ottawa, ONT, Canada) – Eve Torres & Kelly Kelly b Nikki & Brie Bella

March 3: UK Women’s Wrestling (Wakefield, England) – Violet O’Hara b Georgie Shaw & Danni Brooks in a handicap match

March 3: Extreme World Wrestling (Hastings, England) – Skarlett b Exodus; Amazon b Liberty

March 3: Women Superstars Uncensored (Deer Park, NY) – Athena b Leva Bates; Lexxus b Rain; Jessie “Bonesaw” Brooks & Jenny Rose b Rick Cataldo & Isabel Suena; Jennifer Cruz b Becky Bayless; Marti Belle b Tina San Antonio; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay b Alicia & Brittney Savage; Jana & Luscious Latasha b Lexxus and Destiny/Tina San Antonio to win the WSU Tag Team Championship; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay b Jana & Luscious Latasha to win the WSU Tag Team Championship; April Hunter b Annie Social; Jessicka Havok b Mercedes Martinez to win the WSU Championship

March 3: Ring Wars Carolina (Red Springs, NC) – Mercedes KV b Mia Svensson to win the RCW No Limit Championship

March 3: Insane Championship Wrestling (Tuggeranong, Australia) – Niki Nitro b Kandi Luv

March 3: North Shore Pro Wrestling (Quebec City, Quebec, Canada) LuFisto b Urban Miles

March 3: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Sean Casey, Raphael Constantine & CJ Lane b Elvis Pridemore, Lennox Norris, & Taeler Hendrix

March 3: Millennium Pro Wrestling (Simi Valley, CA) – NY Knockout Nikki b Amanda

March 3: Northern Championship Wrestling (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – Kalamity b Angie Skye

March 3: East Coast Wrestling Association (Newark, DE) – Shazza McKenzie b Kylie Pierce

March 3: Squared Circle Wrestling (Toronto, ONT, Canada) – Cherry Bomb b Seleziya Sparx, Xandra Bale & Gabriella Vanderpool in a 4-way

March 3: World League Wrestling (El Dorado Springs, MO) – Stacey O’Brien b Rebecca Raze

March 3: Magnificent Championship Wrestling (Brantford, ONT, Canada) – Jody D’Milo b Holly Hatchet

March 4: WWE (Macon, GA) – Beth Phoenix & Natalya b Alicia Fox & Tamina Snuka

March 4: WWE (Bangor, ME) – Eve Torres & Kelly Kelly b Nikki & Brie Bella

March 4: JWP (Tokyo, Japan) – Morley b Tomoki Yagami; KAZUKI b Manami Katsu; Sachie Abe & Cherry b Nana Kawasa & Mochi Miyagi; Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama b Command Bolshoi & Rabbit Miyu; Kaori Yoneyama b Mayumi Ozaki; Mayumi Ozaki b Kaori Yoneyama; Hanako Nakamori & Misaki Ohata b Leon & Ray

March 4: Io Shirai 5th Anniversary (Tokyo, Japan) – IOTICA v Yuzupon Mask went to a time limit draw; Natsuki*Taiyo b Natsumi Showzuki; Arisa Hoshiki & Mayu Iwatani b Eri Susa & Mika Iida; Io Shirai & Dark Angel b Nanae Takahashi & Miho Wakizawa

March 4: World Association of Wrestling (Norwich, England) – Amazon won a 7 woman battle royale

March 4: Empire Wrestling Federation (Covina, CA) – Ashley Hollywood b Tab Jackson

March 4: Uematsu Produce “Last Spirit” (Tokyo, Japan) – Sonoko Kato & Rabbit Miyu b Carlos Amano & Maki Narumiya; Aja Kong b Super Heel Toshie Uematsu; Chikayo Nagashima & Abdullah Kobayashi b Ran Yu Yu & Sakura Hirota; Mayumi Ozaki b GAMI; Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu v Aja Kong & Nanae Takahashi went to a time limit draw

March 4: REINA 28 (Yokohama, Japan) – Hikaru Shida b Neko Nitta; Aki Kambayashi b Miyako Matsumoto; Lluvia & Luna Mágica b Kyoko Kimura & Saya; Mima Shimoda b Kellie Skater; Yumiko Hotta & Aoi Ishibashi b Silueta & Courtney Rush

March 5: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto b Sayaka Obihiro; Manami Toyota & Kurumi b Tsukasa Fujimoto & Maki Narumiya; Leon b Miyako Matsumoto; Hikaru Shida b Dorami Nagano

March 5: WWE Raw (Boston, MA) – Eve Torres b Alicia Fox



March 6: CMLL (Guadalajara, Mexico) – Princesa Blanca v Lady Apache

March 7: Ice Ribbon (Roppongi, Japan) – Tsukasa Fujimoto v Maki Narumiya; Hikaru Shida & Sayaka Obihiro v Aoi Kizuki & Dorami Nagano

March 7: Professional Championship Wrestling (Rowville, Australia) – Siren v Nikita Naridian

March 9: El Pappy Pineda Promotions (Huntington Park, CA) – Amanda v NY Knockout Nikki

March 9: Pro Wrestling Syndicate (Rahway, NJ) – Brittney Savage v Reby Sky v Spyra Andover

March 9: NWA Houston (Cypress, TX) – Jen Alise v Reyna Pink; Barbi Hayden & Ken Carson v Angel Blue & Jasper Davis

March 10: nCw Femmes Fatales (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – Kalamity v Mercedes Martinez; LuFisto v Jazz; Hailey Hatred v Cheerleader Melissa; Kellie Skater v Kira; Jessie McKay v Angie Skye; Rhia O’Reilly v She Nay Nay; Anna Minoushka v Milouu v Mary Lee Rose v Missy

March 10: Combat Zone Wrestling (Philadelphia, PA) – Mia Yim v Greg Excellent

March 14: SMASH FINAL (Tokyo, Japan) – Koji Doi & Aki Shizuku v Takuya Kito & Mio Shirai; Michael Kocak v Kim Nun Pun & Lin Bairon; Mentallo & Shuri v Ultimo Dragon & Kana

March 16: Purely Obsessed Wrestling World (Villa Park, IL) – Sweet Saraya v Nikki St John

March 16: AAW (Berwyn, IL) – MsChif, Athena & Christina Von Eerie v Sara Del Rey, Portia Perez & Nicole Matthews

March 17: Crossfire Entertainment (Nashville, TN) – Jessicka Havok v Angel Dust

March 17: Mecca Pro Wrestling/Canadian Wrestling Action (Cornwall, ONT, Canada) – Jewells Malone v Persephone Vice

March 17-18: SHIMMER Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)

March 18: UNION (Tokyo, Japan) – Cherry v Mio Shirai

March 19: TNA Victory Road (Orlando, FL) – Gail Kim v Madison Rayne

March 20: Ice Ribbon March 2012 (Tokyo, Japan) – Hamuko Hoshi & Kayoko Haruyama v Mochi Miyagi & Nana Kawasa; Meari Naito v Shuji Ishikawa; Maki Narumiya & Toshie Uematsu v TBA & TBA; Dorami Nagano v Hiroyo Matsumoto; Aiger v Sayaka Obihiro v Neko Nitta; Tsukasa Fujimoto & Tsukushi v Manami Toyota & Kurumi; Hikaru Shida v Aoi Kizuki

March 22: World Association of Wrestling (Boston, England) – Sweet Saraya v Mercedes Martinez

March 23: Northeast Wrestling (Poughkeepsie, NY) – Melina v Velvet Sky

March 24: Northeast Wrestling (Waterbury, CT) – Melina v Velvet Sky

March 24: World Association of Women’s Wrestling (Norwich, England) – Queen Maya v Miss Mina; Mercedes Martinez v Amazon; Liberty v Amy Lee Kramer; Busty Keegan & Nikki Knight v Sweet Saraya & Skarlett

March 24: IndyGurlz (Boonton, NJ) – Simply D’Vyne v Veda Scott

March 24: Family Wrestling Entertainment (New York, NY) – Maria Kanellis v Rosita

March 25: CHIKARA (Ottawa, ONT, Canada) – Sara Del Rey v Leah Von Dutch

March 25: World Wide Wrestling League (Penicuk, Scotland) – Nikki Storm v Carmel Jacob

March 25: Herts And Essex Wrestling (Harlow, England) – Sweet Saraya v Mercedes Martinez

March 25: Real Championship Wrestling (Baltimore, MD) – Jenny Rose v Mia Yim v Kimber Lee

March 29: NWA Ring Warriors (Ft Lauderdale, FL) – Jesse Neal & Christina Von Eerie v Chasyn Rance & Santana Garrett

March 30: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Nanae Takahashi v Meiko Satomura

March 30: Pro Wrestling Australia (Camden, Australia) – Mikey Broderick & Jessie McKay v Bishop Sommers & Harley Wonderland

March 31: Adrenaline Unleashed (Las Vegas, NV) – NY Knockout Nikki v Allison Danger; Liz Sassi v Davina Rose

March 31: Rock n’ Roll Wrestling (Melbourne, Australia) – KC Cassidy v Nikita Naridian

April 1: BritWresFest (London, England) – Jenny Sjodin v Alpha Female

April 4: Purely Obsessed Wrestling World (Onley, IL) – Sassy Stephie v Nikki St John

April 6: Dynamo Pro Wrestling (Glen Carbon, IL) – Santana Garrett v Christina Von Eerie

April 7: Remix Pro Wrestling (Marietta, OH) – Hailey Hatred v Mia Yim

April 7: Traditional Championship Wrestling (Fort Smith, AR) – Mickie James v Cheerleader Melissa

April 14: WrestleReunion (Toronto, ONT, Canada) – LuFisto v Kalamity

April 14: Women Superstars Uncensored (Dunelleny, NJ) – Jessicka Havok v Marti Belle; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay v Brittney Savage & Alicia

April 14: Union of Independent Professional Wrestlers (Toronto, ONT, Canada) – Cherry Bomb v Seleziya Sparx

April 15: Anarchy Championship Wrestling (Austin, TX) – Serenity v Lady Poison

April 15: Dungeon Championship Wrestling (Monrovia, CA) – Allison Danger v Athena

April 15: Absolute Intense Wrestling Girls Night Out 6 (Cleveland, OH) – Allysin Kay v Mia Yim

April 15: Ice Ribbon ‘Teens 5′ (Saitama, Japan)

April 21: East Coast Wrestling Association (Sewell, NJ) – Veda Scott v Kimber Lee

April 28: Women Superstars Uncensored J-Cup (Deer Park, NY) – Jessicka Havok v Mercedes Martinez

April 29: Apex Pro (Huntington Park, CA) – El Jefe & Terra Calaway v Tyler Bateman & Raze

May 5: Ice Ribbon ‘Golden Ribbon’ (Tokyo, Japan)

May 12: Solent Wrestling Federation (Gosport, England) – Amazon v Erin Angel

June 16: Women Superstars Uncensored “Uncensored Rumble V” (Deer Park, NY)

July 14: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Sudbury, England)

– Lee Burton

Mike J says:

How do you know how many people are seeing it? Seems many people are seeing it with the iPPVs. All these women companies are footage based.

Mike J says:

Shimmer tix are $60 for GA, I wonder if Lee will complain about that. As a fan of WSU from day one, it’s amazing the criticism they get when no one runs as many shows and creates stars like they do. Don’t get the tag title thing either, obviously they wanted the Militia with everything. Maybe Latasha is going back to Japan?

Can’t wait to see how Jess’s run plays out.

I want to see Jess vs Lufisto.

Ringbelles Admin says:

If the show is only drawing sub-100 numbers, then the price is too high for that market.

SHIMMER’s prices are higher, but the shows regularly fill the building and consist of twice as many matches, as there are two DVD tapings. Plus, the talent used on the show is flown in from all over the world so costs are much higher, while most of WSU’s talent is driving distance away.

If fans started staying away from SHIMMER because of the prices, the promotion would need a rethink – however, the tickets sell, so they’re doing what’s right for their audience. WSU may see more fans come through the doors if they droped their prices a tad.

WSU has a good product – it’s just a shame that more people don’t see it.

laqisha says:

So happy to know amazon is facing one of the top female wrestler in the us…also i hope someday we see her in shimmer.