Alexxis Nevaeh, Belmont, Candice LeRae, Chelsea Green, Davienne, Denver Colorado, Deonna Purrazzo, Fete Music, Joey Ryan, Jordynne Grace, Karen Q., Kevin Quinn, Kimber Lee, Lufisto, Manny Souza, Mia Kim, Miranda Vionette, Miss Sammi Lane, Rich Palladino, Santana Garrett, Solo Darling, Sonya Strong, Taeler Hendrix, Tony P., Veda Scott, Womens Wrestling Revolution
Women’s Wrestling Revolution
July 31, 2016
Providence, RI USA
Booker: Denver Colorado
Ring Announcer: Rich Palladino
Referees: Tony P., Manny Souza, Kevin Quinn
This was the second WWR event at Fete, originally scheduled for the day before but was moved to become a double header with Americanrana XVI. The idea was to increase the house and it worked. It seemed double the attendance of the first WWR event. (Unfortunately we were unable to attend Americanrana XVI due to a scheduling conflict).
A great mix of New England, Northeast, and international talent made for a very strong card. We love women’s wrestling and are happy to see this new venture succeed.
1. Karen Q. v. Davienne. W – Q
Davienne was in heel mode and had more than she bargained for in Karen Q. Q would not roll over and ended up pinning Davienne with a reverse crab. Not a bad opener.
2. Veda Scott v. Santana Garrett. W – Scott
Scott took to the mic and let her jealously of Garrett be known. This was a brutal match fought largely outside the ring. It could have gone either way. Veda Scott rolls Garrett up for the pin.
3. Mystery Partners Tag Team Match: Belmont (with Miss Sammi Lane) & Miranda Vionette v. Solo Darling & Candace LeRae. W – Darling & LeRae
LeRae was sporting her title belt (DDT Iron Man Heavy Metal Heavy Weight Champion) when Joey Ryan ran into the ring, pinned her by surprise and was somehow declared the new champion. After that bizarre interruption the match commenced. Solo Darling hooked Belmont for the pin. Davienne entered post bell and assisted in a beat down of the faces. Team Sea Stars (Delmi Exo and Ashley Vox) intervened and saved Darling and LeRae. Weird all the way around.
4. Sonya Strong v. Taeler Hendrix. W – Hendrix
We were a bit surprised at Hendrix’ domination of Sonja Strong. Hendrix is in the zone as an aggressive technical wrestler. “Embrace The Villain” is her slogan. She’s far from the green kid who made a mark in OVW. Strong was able to evade multiple holds and tactics but finally succumbed to a pile driver.
5. Jordynne Grace v. Mia Yim. W – Yim
The scientific and brutality spectacle of the afternoon. Before things really got going Candace LeRea chased Joe Ryan into the ring in an attempt to regain her DDT Title. Ms. Yim managed to pin Ryan unexpectedly and was pronounced the new champion. This match was announced as a title contest. Grace is one of the most powerful women on the circuit but Yim used her height advantage to counter. Yim almost went down to an agonizing torture rack but managed to survive and inflict her own kind of reverse surfboard (not sure what to call it exactly) to get the pin. Yim is the unexpected DDT champion.
6. Alexxis Nevaeh v. Lufisto. W – Nevaeh
Alexxis is a legend in New England. Lufisto is Lufisto. The Quebecois dominated the smaller native for most of the match, though Alexxis gave her trouble, including her patented humiliation move (butt to face in corner). Lufisto would likely have won, having enticed Nevaeh outside the ring (where she is supreme). Da Hoodz and Anthony Stone got into an altercation with Lufisto on the floor which may have been a set up. They ended up saving their comrade by throwing drinks into Lufisto’s face. Alexxis capitalized for the pin. She was then carried out by her goons, middle fingers on display to the vanquished legend.
Having seen Nevaeh perhaps 100 times, its hard to accept that she needed outside help. She should have taken the potential loss. Or win. Either way, we were denied a conclusive ending.
7. Kimber Lee v. Deonna Purrazzo. W – Purrazzo (Submission)
Perhaps the two best young talents in the female wrestling world today battled it out in a clinic that proved once again the level of excellence that exists today in women’s wrestling. These two showed us everything that can be taught in wrestling school and learned in combat. After trading a series of creative arm bars, Purrazzo forces a tap from Lee.
Next WWR Show: TBA