We’ve just received word of the first matches to be confirmed for the World Association of Women’s Wrestling show on Sunday, June 17th. Entitled “Bellatrix 2″, the event will be headlined by a match for the RQW European Title as Queen Maya defends her title against Finland’s Aurora Flame, who comes to us from the FCF promotion. Queen Maya has been really establishing herself as a dominant force across the rings of Europe since picking up the RQW belt at WAWW’s “The Return”, and this will be a stern test against the well travelled and experienced Aurora Flame.
Also in title action, the WAWW British Ladies Championship match will be up for grabs as title holder Liberty defends against none other than Saraya Knight, the current SHIMMER Champion. At the age of 18, but already with over two years of experience, Liberty has become the one to watch in the rings of WAWW. From winning the British Ladies Championship at “The Return” last November from the departing Britani Knight (thanks, it must be said, to a helping hand… err.. fist from Allison Danger) to successfully defending the title against her former tag team partner Amy-Lee at the first Bellatrix show in March, a case could certainly be made that Liberty has had match of the night honours on both WAWW shows so far. Liberty has followed almost the exact same career trajectory as the former Britani Knight (now Paige in FCW) by tagging early in her career with her best friend (for Knight it was fellow Norfolk Doll Melodi, and with Liberty it was with Amy-Lee), excelling as a singles wrestler, abandoning the fans and winning the British Championship. In fact, if anything, Liberty has reached the championship heights even faster than Britani did – but there is absolutely no doubt that this match represents Liberty’s biggest challenge to date.
In addition, masked high-flyer Phobia will be making her debut – taking on the fearsome Amazon in an interesting mix of styles. “The Fighting Irish” Rhia O’Reilly will be taking on the international challenge of Miss Mina from Norway, Skarlett is also going international, as she is scheduled to take on Germany’s Lady Lori, and the highly promising and technically skilled Penelope will take on the veteran known as Destiny.
Other names scheduled to appear at Bellatrix 2 so far include Norway’s Jewel (after making a positive impression at Bellatrix), England’s Violet O’Hara and debuts for French stars Eloanne & X-Cute Sweet.
Bellatrix 2 will be at the Breckland Community Centre in Norwich, England on June 17th (18:30 doors) and tickets (£10 adult, £7 children, £30 family of four) are on sale now at www.wawuk.com or by calling 0800 046 8164/0800 046 2832 or 07880 977 512
The DVD for the last show (Bellatrix) will be available soon. You can pre-order now. Here’s the trailer.
— Stew Allen