Ringbelles Roundup (18 September 2012) – Tammy Lynn Sytch, King Of Trios & Gatoh Move’s wranglings

“Lesson to men: Cheat on a good woman, You get choked out.”

No joke – those were the first words that Tammy Lynn Sytch decided to make public on her Facebook page after being arrested three times in three days last week on domestic violence complaints. Seeing as legal proceedings are underway, this was a colossally dumb thing to do, as it’s pretty much an admission of guilt. How about “Lesson to men: Cheat on a good woman, you get dumped.” As someone who works fairly closely with a domestic violence charity, this sort of flippant approach to alleged crimes like this really grinds my gears.

According to TMZ – and later picked up by the Associated Press and local TV media outlets – the 39-year old WWE Hall of Famer was first arrested by police in Branford, CT, on Tuesday night at 8:55pm for disorderly conduct involving a man living in the house she was with, which was later confirmed to be the home of boyfriend and pro wrestler Damian Darling. It apparently all began with a heated argument between the couple.

She was released Wednesday morning on a $500 bond, but was then arrested a second time at 4:49pm on similar charges on disorderly conduct charges involving a strangulation incident with Darling, as well as violating a restraining order. Sytch was then released on Thursday on a $25,000 bond, but was arrested for a third time at 8pm on Thursday night for violating the same restraining order involving Darling again. She was released on a $2,500 bond.

At the third bail hearing, it was revealed that WWE was prepared to pay for her to go to rehab for a fourth time – despite her finishing her third stint at the end of last month and was said to be fully clean from her alcohol issues. She is said to have been sent there straight away, but was seen making posts on her Facebook page since then.

Back in May, we documented how Sytch – along with fellow impending train wreck Chyna – was on a slippery slope after missing a number of scheduled appearances at wrestling shows. It emerged that she was dealing with an alcohol addiction and took part in an RF Video shoot the day before going into rehab where she seemingly admitted everything and had hit rock bottom. Upon her release from rehab, she got back into the swing of things, appeared on the Evolve show in Florida a week ago and had also recently filmed an On The Road diary DVD for RF. The former Sunny hit the skids again, and in such a repeated and public fashion does no good for her standing, as well as rendering the rehab she undertook as redundant. However, WWE will agree to offer her as much help as she needs. In a statement to TMZ, the company said “As part of WWE’s Former Talent Program, we sent Ms. Sytch to rehabilitation three times, with all costs covered by WWE. Unfortunately, Ms. Sytch continues to make poor personal choices. WWE will continue to provide assistance should she want to take advantage of it.” Let’s face it – she hasn’t had as many rehabs as Scott Hall, and alcohol addiction must be hard to shift considering how readily available it is compared to other addictive substances.

It is a massive shame for someone who calls herself the Original Diva – and there is an argument to say that she is, even though Sensational Sherri was more physical and exiting while Miss Elizabeth’s sparingly used interactions generated a bigger buzz. I remember going to my first WWF show in 1996 in Birmingham, England and buying a Sunny t-shirt as a souvenir. It was too big, was totally inappropriate for a teenager to wear, but it was mine, and I owned it for years. She was just one of three WWF’s pin-up girls, as they only had three at the time (the others being Rena “Sable” Lesnar and Terri “Marlena” Runnels) and certainly injected a bit of glamour into the machismo of wrestling. While she may inflate her influence a bit, she certainly played her part well in the WWF at the time before finding recreation substances and embarking on a slippery slope.

However, considering the tragedies that she has suffered because of wrestling (most notably the death of her longtime other half Chris Candido in 2005 because of a freak blood clot) which sent her spiral down even further, it must be a constant reminder of what she has lost by still being involved in the business. For that reason, if I was to offer Sytch some advice, it would be simple, yet tough at the same time – get out of wrestling. Completely.

That means no boyfriend, no being booked at shows, no signing appearances or conventions, nothing. Get away from it all, and start to lead a “normal” life, as there are too many temptations, bad influences and harsh memories waiting to pounce on her. To escape from it all, start anew – after all, she turns 40 in December, and that’s when life apparently begins – and construct a new life. I’m not saying it would be easy, but it could see her avoid further issues with the law, and see her attain some genuine happiness. Tammy, you’ve given enough to wrestling, and we thank you for that, but don’t become a statistic or a sideshow. Be a born-again wrestling success, not another tragedy.

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The women of Japan certainly turned some heads at CHIKARA’s annual King Of Trios event in Easton, PA over the weekend. With three teams featuring joshi talent, there was a big opportunity for fans who may not have watched JoshiMania last year to be introduced to wrestlers other than Manami Toyota (who returned to the promotion to once again team with Mike Quackenbush and Jigsaw). As a result, Team JWP ( Commando Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki) and Team Sendai Girls (Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako & Sendai Sachiko) got involved, and weren’t just there to make up the numbers.

All three teams made it through the first round, and while the JWP contingent was put out on day two by F.I.S.T., Sendai Girls managed to advance to the semi finals on day three by taking out Toyota and company, before falling at that point by Team ROH of the Young Bucks and Mike Bennett, who was accompanied by his girlfriend and tiny clothes-wearer Maria Kanellis.

Many wrestlers and fans who had not experienced their work took to Twitter and Facebook to sing the praises of the joshi contingent and insisting that they should not be overlooked because of their gender. We have the chance to see what they mean, as all three nights have already been released by Smart Mark Video.

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Back in February 1974, 19-year old Patty Hearst and her boyfriend and her boyfriend Steven Weed were kidnapped in California by self-styled left-wing group the Symbionese Liberation Army, with the SLA demanding the release of several of its members from prison. More wranglings followed when that failed, but the big revelation came two months later when Hearst decided to join the SLA’s cause.

Two weeks later, she participated in a bank robbery under the pseudonym of Tania and a warrant was issued for arrest. She was arrested in September 1975, and described herself as an urban guerilla. At her trial in early 1976, Hearst was convicted of bank robbery and was sentenced to 35 years, which was cut to 7, but she was released after having served 22 months after being commuted by President Jimmy Carter. In 2001, she was given a full pardon by President Clinton.

She was pardoned as it was believed that she had been brainwashed into sympathising, siding with and becoming attached to her captors as part of a traumatic bonding known as Stockholm Syndrome, so she was not held accountable for her actions. The reason why this is being brought up is because the same thing seems to have happened to Kaori Yoneyama.

Back on April 22, Yoneyama was forced to join Emi Sakura’s impending Thailand promotion (now known as Gatoh Move) after being defeated by the former Ice Ribbon founder in 31 seconds at JWP’s 20th Anniversary show. Despite being a captor of the stipulation, the pair successfully teamed up two weeks later to win the JWP and Daily Sports Women’s Tag Team Championships from Command Bolshoi and Rabbit Mito, and held them until August 18. Meanwhile, Sakura and Yoneyama competed in a number of exhibition matches in Bangkok to hype the new promotion, and it appeared that instead of feeling like a prisoner, Kaori was actually enjoying herself. Well, it appears that instead of seeing herself as a JWP wrestler, she now considers herself to be part of Gatoh Move – as do Morii & Hanako Nakamori, who have also wrestled on Gatoh Move cards. After making her intentions clear, Yoneyama and partner Sakura were attacked by the JWP locker room before making their escape. It seems as if Emi Sakura’s influence is seeping into JWP, and an infiltration (and possible hostile takeover) is in progress.

The JWP show on October 7 will see Sakura, Yoneyama, Morii & Nakamori take part in an 8-woman tag match against Command Bolshoi, Kayoko Haruyama, Arisa Nakajima & Manami Katsu, which could have a lot of hostility to it. Or, could we see another JWP member jump ship?

It is all very intriguing. The infiltration is reminiscent of the Outsiders/New World Order storyline from WCW (which was lifted from a New Japan Pro Wrestling storyline anyway) and also features the sort of mental manipulation that was handled in such a cack-handed way by TNA in the Winter & Angelina Love storyline. JWP and Gatoh Move may now have the most interesting prospects in joshi at the moment – and to think that Emi Sakura started the year leaving Ice Ribbon and having next to no direction…

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The best of the rest

WWE
Natalya beat Alicia Fox with the Sharpshooter on Superstars, even though Fox was on the heel team on Raw alongside Natalya & Beth Phoenix for no reason. Natalya played face, as they were in Canada. The crowd popped huge when Natalya’s music played, as the fans thought it was Bret Hart coming out because their tunes share the same guitar riff, though the match was wrestled in near silence, which was sad… Congratulations to Eve Torres, who got engaged last week to jiu-jitsu expert Rener Gracie. Torres also ended up winning the Divas Championship from Layla after Kaitlyn ended up being mysteriously injured earlier on the Night Of Champions PPV. WWE is saying that Kaitlyn suffered a torn tendon. I’d say she’s suffering from a crushed dream… Rosa Mendes did not accompany Primo & Epico in their match on Saturday Morning Slam. Word is she may be too risque for a G-rated show… Cameron Lynn has returned to TV following her legal issues last month.

TNA
Taeler Hendrix won her Gut Check spot on June 28. She is yet to make her debut as a Knockout. She made a little noise on Twitter about how she and Cherry Bomb would go after the tag team belts… There had been rumours that Rosita had been released because her photos had been taken off the website at the start of last week. However, the pictures were restored by Thursday… Taryn Terrell is booked for a convention, which is one of her first gigs since leaving WWE. She was due to wrestle Taylor Wilde in Wilde’s last match in February last year but was pulled, reportedly because of her demands… Tara turned heel on Miss Tessmacher in an angle that everyone could see coming from a mile away on Impact last week. Not that it matters, as it was the right thing to do to set up a rematch between the two. The pair have also started working together on house shows to prepare for their next big match… Katarina “Winter” Waters granted an interview with Running The Ropes where she tried to make the Angelina Love drugging storyline seem logical (it failed), playing hot potato with the Knockouts title and how it hurt both her and the title’s credibility and how she’s looking to get out of wrestling and into acting… Brooke Hogan died her hair black. No idea why.

North America
Former Divas Champion Jillian Hall (yes, she held it, remember?) and Melina will wrestle at East Coast Pro Wrestling this week… Chyna wrote a piece about how she found out that her then-fiance Triple H was cheating on him with his now-wife Stephanie McMahon. She claimed she called Vince McMahon after finding a love letter from Stephanie around May of 2001, and was soon told to take time off. She never returned. She also claimed that the WWF tried to blacklist her from the entertainment industry… GLOW creator David McLane’s Women Of Wrestling promotion says it’s casting for its new series, with one of their new performers being someone called Taylor Made, and it’s not the Taylor Made who wrestles for SHINE. Seriously, with this and the Wrestling’s Femme Fatales debacle, is GLOW intent on stepping on toes these days?… Yumi Ohka, Christina Von Eerie, Athena & Allysin Kay have been officially announced for SHIMMER next month. Kay had already been announced as part of SHINE 1, while Von Eerie & Athena were already booked to be part of the AAW event the day before the tapings… Mercedes Martinez and Jazz won’t be wrestling each other at SHINE 3 this Friday and are also banned from any physical interaction during the card. Instead, Jazz will take on Rain while Martinez will wrestle Jayme Jameson. The other matches are Jessicka Havok v Mia Yim (expect Yim to be battered to be written out of the storylines while she does to Japan and to get Havok even more over after destroying Reby Sky last month) and Kimberly v Leva Bates… SHINE says it will honour legends in women’s wrestling on Friday too… Amber O’Neal makes her CHIKARA debut on October 7 against Saturyne… Kellie Skater meets Sassy Stephie on the CWF Mid Atlantic iPPV on October 20… Jessie Brooks issued an open challenge for WSU’s Full Steam Ahead show. It was answered by Addy Starr. It has also been announced that Jessicka Havok will face Mark Angel in a match between the best of WSU against the best of Beyond Wrestling as part of the day’s entertainment… Veda Scott ate a Kevin Steen superkick as part of the main event of Ring Of Honor’s Death Before Dishonor iPPV… It took two Saturday Night Specials to do it, but Heidi Lovelace is the new OVW Women’s Champion.

Japan
Eri Susa missed Stardom’s show yesterday because of an injury to her arm… MsChif will challenge Hailey Hatred for the Remix Pro Wrestling Women’s Championship at Joshi4Hope 4 on October 7 in Tokyo. Veda Scott will also make her Japanese debut on the show against impressive Stardom rookie Yuhi… Nanae Takahashi has finally been beaten in Stardom, at the hands of Yuzuki Aikawa.

Europe
It’s a parade of champions for the HEW Women’s Title match on September. Champion Sweet Saraya defends against WAWW British titleholder Liberty, EWW Women’s Champion Skarlett and Lady Lory… Scotland’s Fiona Fraser has been announced for Pro Wrestling: EVE… Erin Angel regained the SWF Women’s Championship from Amazon Ayesha Ray… The match between Mickie James and Kay Lee Ray at Pro Wrestling Elite on Saturday went to a no-contest when Nikki Storm and Carmel Jacob interfered. A tag match subsequently followed, with KLR and James winning. On the second night, James defeated Jacob, while KLR pinned Storm… Destiny won the WAWW Queen of the Ring at Bellatrix 3 on Sunday after fellow finaling Sweet Saraya was distracted by Jetta. Elsewhere on the show, Rhia O’Reilly won the British Championship from Liberty. WAWW’s next show is being planned for November, and are planning to make it free entry to fill the arena as part of a showcase for potential investors who were at the show at the weekend.

Mexico
The luchadoras were in the opening match on CMLLs 79th anniversary show in Mexico City on Friday with Dalis la Caribeña, Goya Kong & Marcela taking on Amapola, Princesa Blanca & Tiffany. The technicas took the win in two straight falls, but Marcela held the ropes to get the match winning pin on Tiffany. Enraged, especially after losing her hair to her rival during the summer, Tiffany challenged Marcela to a singles match, which has been accepted.

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Results

September 12: Gatoh Move (Bangkok, Thailand) – Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama v Morii & Hanako Nakamori ended in a time limit draw

September 13: WWE Superstars (Ottawa, ONT, Canada) – Natalya b Alicia Fox

September 14: WWE SmackDown (Ottawa, ONT, Canada) – Kaitlyn b Beth Phoenix

September 14: Gatoh Move (Bangkok, Thailand) – Emi Sakura b NOZOMI; Morii & Masa Takanashi b Choun Shiryu & Hanako Nakamori

September 14: Squared Circle Wrestling (Auburn, NY) – Cherry Bomb b Veda Scott

September 14: CMLL (Mexico City, Mexico) – Dalis la Caribeña, Goya Kong & Marcela b Amapola, Princesa Blanca & Tiffany

September 14: CHIKARA King Of Trios (Easton, PA) – DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko & Meiko Satomura b Green Ant, Fire Ant & AssailANT; Manami Toyota, Mike Quackenbush & Jigsaw b CombatANT, DeviANT & Soldier Ant; Commando Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki b Mr Touchdown, Dasher Hatfield & Matt Classic

September 14: Capital City Championship Combat (Ottawa, ONT, Canada) – Twiggy b Xandra Bale

September 14: Resistance Pro (Chicago, IL) – Thunderkitty b Crystal; Nikki St John & Mr 450 b Melanie Cruise & Josephus Brody

September 15: Solent Wrestling Federation (Waterlooville, England) – Erin Angel b Amazon Ayesha Ray to win the SWF Women’s Championship

September 15: Ice Ribbon (Saitama, Japan) – Cherry b Kurumi & Hailey Hatred in a 3-way; Mio Shirai b Kurumi; Tsukasa Fujimoto, Hamuko Hoshi & Maki Narumiya b Hikaru Shida, Hiroyo Matsumoto & Miyako Matsumoto

September 15: IndyGurlz (Boonton, NJ) – Jana b Jessie Brooks; Sienna DuVall b Cherry Lane & Mistress Belmont in a 3-way; Leva Bates b Kimber Lee; Angel Orsini & Amber O’Neal b Jessie Kaye & Kacee Carlisle; Sassy Stephie b Kylie Pierce; Mia Yim b LuFisto

September 15: Squared Circle Wrestling (Oswego, NY) – Cherry Bomb b Eric M. Timmins

September 15: Pro Wrestling Elite (Ayr, Scotland) – Mickie James v Kay Lee Ray went to a no-contest; Mickie James & Kay Lee Ray b Carmel Jacob & Nikki Storm

September 15: Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) – Heidi Lovelace b Taeler Hendrix to win the OVW Women’s Championship

September 15: CHIKARA King Of Trios (Easton, PA) – Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano & Icarus b Commando Bolshoi, Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki; DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko & Meiko Satomura b Manami Toyota, Mike Quackenbush & Jigsaw

September 15: Wildcat Championship Wrestling (Lawrenceburg, KY) – Amazing Maria b Roxxie Starr

September 15: Pippa L’Vinn presents Uprising (Manchester, England) – Rhia O’Reilly b Viper; Shelby Beach b Alpha Female; Kirsty Love & Lindsay Shields b Fiona Fraser & Jade Stryker; Viper b Pollyanna; Lisa Fury b Alpha Female; Fiona Fraser b Rhia O’Reilly; Pollyanna b Lindsay Shields; Kirsty Love b Black Widow

September 15: Maximum Pro Wrestling (Meaford, ONT, Canada) – Courtney Rush b Xandra Bale

September 15: Showtime Allstar Wrestling (Nashville, TN) – Tracy Taylor b Jessie Belle

September 15: New York Wrestling Connection (Islip, NY) – Nikki Addams & Ryan Rush b Brittney Savage & Justin Corino, J-Redd & Rick Cataldo and Marti Belle & Matthew Justice in a 4-way

September 15: TNA (Bethlehem, PA) – Miss Tessmacher b Tara

September 16: AAA (Mexico City, Mexico) – Gran Apache & Mari Apache b Cuervo & Fabi Apache

September 16: Gatoh Move (Bangkok, Thailand) – Hiroyo Matsumoto & CHANGO b Hoshitango & Hanako Nakamori; Emi Sakura v Kazuhiro Tamura went to a time limit draw

September 16: Dramatic Dream Team (Osaka, Japan) – Mio Shirai, Hideki Shiota & Kiai Ryuuken Ecchan b Makoto Oishi, Hiroshi Fukuda & DJ Nira

September 16: CHIKARA King Of Trios (Easton, PA) – Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson & Mike Bennett b DASH Chisako, Sendai Sachiko & Meiko Satomura; Ophidian b Saturyne; Commando Bolshoi & Tsubasa Kuragaki b Kaori Yoneyama & Manami Toyota

September 16: Pro Wrestling Elite (Ayr, Scotland) – Mickie James b Carmel Jacob; Kay Lee Ray b Nikki Storm

September 16: World Association of Women’s Wrestling (Norwich, England) – Lady Lory b Miss Mina; Destiny b Channelle; Penelope b Skarlett; Sweet Saraya b Violet O’Hara; Jewel b Kasey Owens; Destiny b Lady Lory; Sweet Saraya b Penelope; Rhia O’Reilly b Liberty to win the WAWW British Championship; Destiny b Sweet Saraya

September 16: WWE Night Of Champions (Bostom, MA) – Eve Torres b Layla to win the WWE Divas Championship

September 17: Stardom (Tokyo, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto b Yuuri Haruka & Natsumi Showzuki in a 3-way; Miho Wakziawa b Kairi Hojo; 
Io Shirai v Yuusaku went to a time limit draw.; Natsuki*Taiyo v Saki Kashima went to a time limit draw.; Yoshiko b Act Yasukawa; 
Dark Angel b Kyoko Kimura; 
Yuzuki Aikawa b Nanae Takahashi

September 17: Diana (Kitazawa, Japan) – Mask De Sun b Jenny Rose; Mima Shimoda b KURO; Kyoko Inoue & Jaguar Yokota b Megumi Yabushita & Piyota Mask; Yumiko Hotta & Keiko Aono b Kaoru Ito & Sareee

September 17: WWE Raw (Bridgeport, CT) – Eve Torres b Beth Phoenix

Upcoming

September 21: SHINE 3 (Ybor City, FL) – Su Yung & Tracy Taylor v Gabby Gilbert & Luscious Latasha; Santana Garrett v Sienna Duvall; Allysin Kay v Christina Von Eerie; Taylor Made v Greek Barbie; Mercedes Martinez v Jayne Jameson; Jazz v Rain; Leva Bates v Kimberly; Jessicka Havok v Mia Yim

September 21: Top of the World Wrestling (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – LuFisto v Tara

September 21: World Wide Wrestling League (Dunfirmline, Scotland) – Nikki Storm v Sara Marie Taylor

September 22: Dynamite Championship Wrestling (Farmington, DE) – Kacee Carlisle v Kimber Lee

September 22: Herts & Essex Wrestling (Braintree, England) – Sweet Saraya v Lady Lory v Libety v Skarlett

September 22: Purely Obsessed Wrestling World (Antioch, IL) – Melanie Cruise v Stacy Shadows

September 22: Northeast Wrestling (Fishkill, NY) – Rosita & Madison Rayne v Angel Williams & Velvet Sky

September 22: East Coast Pro Wrestling (Long Island, NY) – Melina v Jillian Hall

September 23: Absolute Intense Wrestling (Cleveland, OH) – Allysin Kay v Crazy Mary Dobson; Veda Scott v Mia Yim

September 23: Ice Ribbon (Tokyo, Japan) – Riho v Aoi Kizuki; Neko Nitta v Hailey Hatred v Shuu Shibutani; Tsukushi & Kurumi v Cherry & Meari Naito; GAMI, Yumi Ohka & Ryo Mizunami v Hamuko Hoshi, Maki Narumiya & TBA; Hikaru Shida v Mio Shirai

September 23: Alternative Wrestling World (Wolverhampton, England) – Amazon Ayesha Ray v Holly Rocamora

September 28: Xcite Wrestling (Binghamton, NY) – Kimber Lee v Annie Social

September 28: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Kay Lee Ray v April Davids

September 29: Pro-Wrestling Euskadi (Bilbao, Spain) – Pollyanna v Rachel Evans

September 29: Impact Pro Wrestling (Auckland, NZ) – Evie v Britenay

September 30: Fighters Revenge Pro Wrestling (Pessac, France) – Morgane Leigh v X-Cute Sweet v Eloanne

September 30: 304 Wrestling (Huntington, WV) – Jessie Belle v Aleida Ortiz

September 30: Insane Championship Wrestling: Fierce Females (Glasgow, Scotland) – Lisa Fury & April Davids v Kasey & Leah Owens; Holly Rocamora v Rhia O’Reilly; Fiona Fraser v Ms Nicola Storm

September 30: Beyond Wrestling (East Greenwich, RI) – Portia Perez v Lexxus; Veda Scott v RD Evans

September 30: Squared Circle Wrestling (Vaughan, ONT, Canada) – Cherry Bomb v Gabriella Vanderpool

October 5: Family Wrestling Entertainment (Brooklyn, NY) – Maria Kanellis & Winter v Angel Williams & Velvet Sky

October 6: Pro Women’s Wrestling Alliance (Casula, Australia)

October 6: Remix Pro Wrestling (Marietta, OH) – Thunderkitty v Allysin Kay

October 6: Riot City Wrestling (Adelaide, Australia) – Harley Wonderland v Eliza Sway

October 6: Tribute Championship Wrestling (Middletown, OH) – Sassy Stephie v Heather Owens

October 6: UK Women’s Wrestling/World Association of Women’s Wrestling (Wakefield, England)

October 6: REINA World Joshi Puroresu (Baltimore, MD)

October 7: CHIKARA (Gibsonville, NC) – Saturyne v Amber O’Neal

October 7: Joshi4Hope (Tokyo, Japan) – Hiroyo Matsumoto & Ryo Mizunami v Arisa Nakajima & Aya Yuki; Ayumi Kurihara & Mika Iida v Leon & Manami Katsu

October 11: Bombshell Ladies Of Wrestling (Rahway, NJ) – Jewells Malone v Silvie Silver

October 12: Tri City Wrestling (Kitchener, ONT, Canada) – Courtney Rush v Allysin Kay

October 13: Women Superstars Uncensored (Deer Park, NY) – Jessicka Havok v Alicia v Lexxus; Tina San Antonio v Brittney Savage; Marti Belle v Nikki Addams; Sassy Stephie & Allysin Kay v Annie Social & Kimber Lee; Jessie Brooks v Addy Starr

October 20: CWF Mid-Atlantic (Gibsonville, NC) – Kellie Skater v Sassy Stephie

October 26: AAW (Berwyn, IL) – MsChif v Sweet Saraya

October 27: Extreme World Wrestling (Hastings, England) – Lady Lory v Erin Angel

October 27-28: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)

October 31: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Kay Lee Ray v Carmel Jacob

November 3: nCw Femmes Fatales X (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – Sweet Cherrie v Cherry Bomb; LuFisto v Mercedes Martinez; Pink Flash Kira v Portia Perez; LuFisto v Hiroyo Matsumoto; Mercedes Martinez v Pink Flash Kira; Ryo Mizunami v Courtney Rush

November 9: Preston City Wrestling (Preston, England) – Angel Williams v Kay Lee Ray

November 10: Pro Wrestling: EVE (Sudbury, England) – Alpha Female v Nikki Storm

March 30: nCw Femmes Fatales XI (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

April 6: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Secaucus, NJ)

April 13-14: SHIMMER: Women Athletes (Berwyn, IL)

July 6: nCw Femmes Fatales XII (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

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