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NCW:FF – Femmes Fatales XIV results

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Tonight from their new Centre LGH venue in Montreal, Quebec, NCW:Femmes Fatales presented Femmes Fatales XIV, headlined by a double main event of Courtney Rush vs Cheerleader Melissa in a #1 Contender Match for the FF Title, while that very same championship was up for grabs in a four way match, as Champion Mercedes Martinez put the belt on the line against three first time challengers – Leah Von Dutch, Missy and Midianne! For full results of the show, which also included Nikki Storm‘s Quebec debut vs LuFisto and a rare Cat Power appearance, click through after the jump! (more…)


DVD Review: nCw Femmes Fatales VII – World Summit (8 October 2011)

Kalamity challenges her tag team partner, mentor and friend LuFisto for nCw Femmes Fatales International Championship, Mercedes Martinez looks to extend her win streak, and SHIMMER original Tiana Ringer returns to the ring.

Results
1. Angie Skye beat Cherry Bomb with a handful of tights on a roll-up.
2. Mercedes Martinez pinned Tiana Ringer following a Fisherman Buster.
3. Courtney Rush defeated Kellie Skater with the Skyward Suplex.
4. She Nay Nay bested Xandra Bale via submission with a Fujiwara Armbar.
5. The Sherbrooke Connection – Loue & Kira defeated Anna Minoushka & Missy. Loue pinned Missy with a top rope splash.
6. Cheerleader Melissa beat Yumi Ohka with an Air Raid Crash.
7. Tomoka Nakagawa won a 3-way over Portia Perez and Sweet Cherrie by pinning Perez with a roll-up.
8. Kalamity pinned LuFisto with a Ki-Krusher to win the nCw Femmes Fatales International Championship.

Highlights
• Martinez extends her win streak in the promotion to five by defeating the returning Tiana Ringer, who returned to wrestling following a four year absence, then challenged the winner of the main event for a title shot.
• Courtney Rush and Kellie Skater broke out the comedy at the start of their match, engaging in an arm-wrestling match, using the referee as a table. Rush antagonised Skater on her way to the ring by carrying a toy kangaroo, which ended up being punted into the front row.
• Cheerleader Melissa and Yumi Ohka earned a “this is awesome” chant from the audience in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for their match.
• Kalamity ascends to the top of the ladder in Femmes Fatales by defeating LuFisto to win the International Title. Following the contest, Martinez tried to snatch the belt from the new champion, but ended up offering her hand, setting up Kalamity’s first challenger to her championship.

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Femmes Fatales live show thoughts and observations

So, I’ve had nearly 24 hours to digest the events of Femmes Fatales VIII on Saturday night at the Centre St-Barthelemy in Montreal, Quebec (full results here), and to be honest, I’m still struggling on where to begin. I suppose the easiest place is to say that I’ve seen the first six Femmes Fatales shows on DVD, and this was the best one yet, in my view. (I’ve picked up the DVD of FF VII, but everybody was in agreement by the end of the night that this was the best show in company history, top to bottom). There wasn’t a bad match on the show, in fact – and when it was *really* good – as it was for Cheerleader Melissa vs Hailey Hatred in particular, it was utterly fantastic. It’s not a newsflash for patrons of this website in particular that both Melissa & Hailey are tremendous pro wrestlers – so the fact that they put on such a great match is hardly unexpected. Hard hitting, technically sound, and nicely paced – the twenty minute time limit flew by way too quickly, ending with Hatred holding out in a Kondo Clutch for what seemed like an age before eating a curb stomp. “Five more minutes”, which were put up on the big screen as a 5:00 countdown clock, gave us more of the same and ended with a raucous final 1:00 where the two simply struck each other into oblivion with back and forth strikes like a marathon runner sprinting the last hundred metres. Brilliant stuff. (more…)


Ontario & Quebec dish out their 2011 awards

NCW Femmes Fatales were big winners at the annual Quebec Wrestling Awards for 2011, which were announced yesterday on lutte.com. The French language website celebrates the history of Montreal wrestling as well as recognise the best in current day Quebec grappling – and these awards are now in their eleventh year. Femmes Fatales, which returns to action on March 10th, picked up a number of plaudits. LuFisto‘s feud with current NCW International Champion Kalamity won Feud of the Year in the province, while Femmes Fatales VII: World Summit (from October) won show of the year. Femmes Fatales VII was the show which saw Kalamity beat LuFisto for the title, and feature more international visitors than ever before, such as the debuting Yumi Ohka (who had a highly regarded match with Cheerleader Melissa), Tomoka Nakagawa, Kellie Skater and the return to the ring of Tiana Ringer. For having both feud and show of the year, as well as enhancing the international reputation of his promotion, Femmes Fatales booker Stéphane Bruyère was awarded the Best Booker award.

In other categories, Femmes Fatales placed strongly. The match between LuFisto & Ayako Hamada (which headlined FFV in March) was the runner up for Match of the Year (coming second to Kevin Steen vs Paul London from NSPW only on the basis of “first place votes” cast – and only then by a margin of one vote). LuFisto also placed second runner-up for Best Babyface, while “The Pink Flash” Kira was first runner-up in Rookie of the Year. In related news, Kira’s next challenge was announced today, as she will go one-on-one in an international challenge with “Rate Tank” Kellie Skater at Femmes Fatales VIII next month. (more…)


nCw Femmes Fatales: Kalamity wins the big one

The pupil surpassed the teacher in Montreal this weekend, as Quebec’s “can’t miss” prospect Kalamity ascended to the position of champion in the main event of NCW: Femmes Fatales VII: World Summit in what was reported to have been an excellent hard hitting affair on par with the other two times they’ve fought in the last year, and a worthy passing of the torch from one generation to the next. The twisted tale of LuFisto and Kalamity’s friendship was told in the form of a four and a half minute history package which played before the main event. You can view it here.

The event, which took place in front of 175 fans at Centre St Barthelemy in Montreal, Quebec, Canada saw Mary Lee Rose beat Milouu in the preshow match when she hit her Encore (RKO) on Milouu after Milouu missed her moonsault.

1. Angie Skye beat Cherry Bomb with a handful of tights on a roll-up. The match was very competitive with lots of submission attempts. At the end, Cherry had Angie in her Cattle Mutilation, but Angie reached the ropes. Cherry thought she had won, but Angie snuck up on her with the rollup whilst Cherry argued with the referee.
2. The Sherbrooke Connection defeated Anna Minoushka & Missy. Minoushka used some impressive power moves on both opponents – but at the end of the match, the Connection was able to eliminate Anna from the ring and double team Missy for the quick finish.
3. She Nay Nay bested Xandra Bale via submission. Bale entered a strong performance, overcoming She Nay Nay with quickness for much of the match before falling to She Nay Nay’s modified crossface finisher.
4. Mercedes Martinez defeated Tiana Ringer in Ringer’s first match back in four years. Ringer was reported to have shown absolutely *no* ring rust at all. The match was a 50/50 affair, which Martinez narrowly won with the Fisherman Buster. Post match, Martinez says she deserves a title shot at the winner of LuFisto vs Kalamity due to being undefeated in the promotion to date. (more…)


Melissa/Phenomenon win Amazones et Titans

In what was a dramatic mixed tag team tournament in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Cheerleader Melissa and Jay Phenomenon went through three matches in one night to win the nCw Amazones et Titans event last night.

Other notable moments include Kalamity being rescued by former nemesis and current ally LuFisto, as well as Mary Lee Rose dodging Melissa in their opening round match.

In full results from the show, courtesy of Stephane Bruyere:

Opening round

1. Portia Perez & Handsome JF beat Sweet Cherrie & Pat Guenette after Portia reversed Cherrie’s finish into a roll up and held her tights for the count of 3.
2. Cheerleader Melissa & Jay Phenomenon defeated Mary Lee Rose and Alextreme when Jay hit his Jay Driver on Alextreme. Mary Lee Rose quit the match when she would have been 1 on 1 in the ring with Melissa.
3. Angie Skye & Thomas Dubois beat Kira and Spark in a fast paced match.
4. Kalamity & Darkko defeated The King’s Court (Anna Minoushka, King Cobra & Prince Kiol) in a 3 on 2 handicap match. Kalamity appeared to re-injured her neck during the match… (more…)


nCw: Femmes Fatales VI results

Amidst all the controversy involving Pro Wrestling: EVE and WAW’s Saraya Knight, nCw Femmes Fatales has presented its sixth card in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Thanks to Dirty Dirty Sheets for the live tweets, which we have now managed to flesh out with details from the show.

Missy defeated Xandra Bale in the pre-show match with a Flatliner.

Anna Minoushka (accompanied by Madamoiselle Rachelle) beat Sweet Cherrie by a Cobra Clutch submission. While the referee was distracted, La Parfaite Caroline interfered and attacked Sweet Cherrie’s back, giving Minouskha the opening to get the submission win. After the match, Caroline promised she’d do the same thing to LuFisto that she just did to Sweet Cherrie.

Sherbrooke Connexion (Loue & Kira) beat Anastasia Ivy & Angie Skye when Loue pinned Anastasia with a top rope cross body.

Brittney Savage defeated Cherry Bomb in a quick match with the assistance of a handful of tights.
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DVD Review: NCW Femmes Fatales 1 (5 September 2009)

First off, dear reader, I have a confession to make.

Despite reporting on NCW: Femmes Fatales and even interviewing its figurehead LuFisto on the ninth episode of the Women Of Wrestling Podcast, until this weekend, I hadn’t watched any of the shows. All of my knowledge has come from word of mouth, reading various reports and from general research.

In fact, it’s much like when I became a wrestling fan in the first place – I had seen WrestleMania VII in bits, but then started buying WWF Magazine in August 1991, which is where I picked up a huge amount of knowledge, history and trivia… as it was a good magazine back then. Eight months on, I had someone tape WrestleMania VIII for me, and everything went into a new level. In a similar vein, I know enough about Femmes Fatales to engage in a decent conversation, but had no knowledge of the DVDs, the quality of the wrestling or the intricacies that you can’t pick up from the written word. So a month ago, I picked up the first three shows, and put the first one in the DVD player yesterday. Here’s what I thought… (more…)