After a period of transition and planning, Women Superstars Uncensored will relaunch under new management with the aptly named “Full Steam Ahead” from the now traditional WSU home base of the NYWC Sportatorium in Deer Park, New York on October 13th. In fact, fans will see the new synergy between WSU and its new brother promotion Beyond Wrestling right off the bat, as Beyond will present an afternoon card entitled “All Aboard” as part of what the promotion hopes will be a “Deer Park Double Header For The Ages” The WSU show, which will commence at 8pm bell-time will be headlined by a Triple Threat match for the WSU World Title between champion Jessicka Havok and contenders Alicia and Lexxus. Click through for the full talent list announced so far, and information on ticket prices/availability.

Also on the show will be Mercedes Martinez, taking on an as-yet-unnamed “international rival” for the first time in WSU, along with a regular roster of WSU stars, meaning that the new WSU will (as promised) continue to move forward in the same vein as its predecessor. WSU Tag Team Champions Allysin Kay & Sassy Stephie, and WSU Spirit Champion Marti Belle lead the supporting cast, which will also include Tina San Antonio, Brittney Savage, Jennifer Cruz, Jessie Brooks, Ezavel Suena, Nikki Addams, Annie Social, Kimber Lee, Leva Bates & Jana, with “more” to be announced. Tickets for “Full Steam Ahead” are $30 and available via the Beyond website.

The afternoon Beyond Wrestling show will not only be supplying the “warm up” for WSU in the evening (ticket price – $15), but will also be part of a special series of matches for fans attending both shows. Buy a combo ticket for both Beyond Wrestling *and* WSU ($45) and you’ll be able to watch three intergender “Beyond vs WSU” matches which will take place between the two main shows.

As an aside, while WSU have been trailblazers in the iPPV arena, the announcement today makes no mention of whether we can expect to see “Full Steam Ahead” on iPPV. We spoke to new owner Drew Cordeiro about iPPV (amongst all manner of things) on his recent appearance on the Women of Wrestling Podcast where he discussed some of the issues he has had with previous iPPV productions. We understand that no final decision has been made on whether this show will be on iPPV or not, but suggest that while the option remains, you can make your views on iPPV known to WSU at their official twitter.

— Stew Allen