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WSU Results & News/Notes From
The Four Year Anniversary Show iPPV
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WSU returned to iPPV this past Saturday night on March 5th to present our Four Year Anniversary Show, which is traditionally the biggest event in womens wrestling of the calendar year. The show was full of many twists and surprises! Here is the rundown:
Before the event, WSU inducted our third Hall of Fame Class. Nikki Roxx inducted April Hunter. Jazz inducted Ivory. Amy Lee inducted Luna Vachon.
All three inductee speeches were very moving and emotional, especially Amy Lee who inducted Luna Vachon. A special tribute video Luna aired, while Ivory & April Hunter made acceptance speeches. WSU is proud to honor these three in our Hall of Fame.
Four Year Anniversary Show iPPV Results:
Athena d. Leva Bates after a top rope stunner
Nikki Roxx d. Niya with a Barbie Crusher
Jamilia Craft d. Jennifer Cruz with a belly-to-belly suplex
Alicia d. Jazz, afterwards Alicia & Jazz embraced. Alicia made it clear she would cash in her open contract to challenge for any WSU Championship later tonight. Jazz said while Alicia was the better wrestler tonight, she still wasn’t done in WSU and wanted a chance to hold WSU gold.
Kristina Astara d. Allisyn Kay after a urinage.
The Boston Shore (Amber & Lexxus) d. The Reunited Killer Babes (April Hunter & Nikki Roxx)
April Hunter announced her mystery partner was her former Killer Kowalski alumni, Nikki Roxx. Amber pinned April Hunter by holding her tights.
Kellie Skater d. Barbie after a kick to the head.
Jessicka Havok d. Rain after an emerald frosien
For the WSU Tag Team Championships
Jazz & Marti Belle d. The Soul Sisters (Jana & Latasha) & The Cosmo Club (Amy Lee & Cindy Rogers) in an Uncensored Rules Fan Bring The Weapons Match
The Belle Saints, Marti Belle & TIna San Antonio, who were WSU tag team champions were put in a quandry when Tina San Antonio fractured her ankle earlier in the week. Jazz came out to defend the tag titles with Belle and became 1/2 of the NEW WSU Tag Team Champions. WSU will have a press release concerning the WSU tag team titles later this week. For the record, WSU officially recognizes Jazz & Marti Belle as WSU Tag Team Champions.
For the WSU Spirit Championship
Sassy Stephanie d. (c) Brittney Savage to win the WSU Spirit Championship
After the referee was knocked down, the previously banned from ringside Rick Cataldo ran out to assist Savage. However IVORY ran out and laid Rick out with a Poison Ivory/X-Factor. Ivory woke up the ref as Sassy Steph hit a “Kiss My Sass” on Savage to win the WSU Spirit Championship!
After the match, Savage was furious and laid out Rick Cataldo with a diamond cutter! Savage said she was sick of the Cosmo Club losing and disbanded the group! Savage told the crowd not to cheer for her for laying out Rick Cataldo because if she had the chance, she’d do the same thing to every single one of them!
For the WSU World Championship
(c) Mercedes Martinez d. Serena Deeb to retain the title for a 36th time
This was a personal match that all started when Serena debuted in WSU and tried to get into Mercedes Martinez’s head by cutting her hair off. Martinez won this match after a brainbuster.
After the match Alicia came out to cash in her championship contract….
For the WSU World Championship
(c) Mercedes Martinez vs Alicia went to a No-Contest
After Alicia hit 2 michinoku drivers, Alicia went for the cover to seemingly become new WSU Champion. However, the lights went off and when the lights went on, Jessicka Havok was in the ring. Havok destroyed Alicia with the WSU Championship. Havok said when she debuted in WSU 2 years ago, Alicia returned from her retirement in grand fashion, using the lights off/lights on trick. Havok said this was payback. Havok said she had destroyed Rain’s Army, beat the biggest bitch in WSU in Amy Lee & beat ODB. Havok said next on her check list was Alicia, the WSU Icon, then told Mercedes Martinez once she was done with Alicia, she was coming for the WSU World Title.
This concluded the iPPV.
This was WSU’s biggest show of all time and has gotten rave reviews all over the internet. You can watch the iPPV replay here:
But don’t take our word for it, check out these reviews of the show:
http://www.f4wonline.com/content/view/19707/ – Joe Babinsack, Wrestling Observer
http://www.snapmare.com/WSU4thAnniShowCoverage.html – Dan MacMillian, Snapmare.com
http://www.declarationofindependents.net/doi/pages/wow36x11.html Women of Wrestling Podcast
http://www.diva-dirt.com/2011/03/06/wsus-4th-anniversary-ippv-results/ Melanie Rob, Diva-Dirt.com
http://www.declarationofindependents.net/doi/pages/pete42xa.html 42nd Street Pete, Jackalope105Fm.com
WSU returns on 4/2 with a double show with NWS, as we will present the Women’s J-Cup and King & Queen of the Ring Tournaments.
We will be releasing the 4 Year Anniversary Show on DVD as well as the Hall of Fame ceremony with special bonus matches.
We will have new press releases this week about all the upcoming news in the worlds most busiest womens wrestling promotion. Please check our Facebook page for live updates and pictures from the show.
For more on WSU, visit the following sites:
http://www.WSUWrestling.com home of WSU online
http://www.WSUVideo.com where you can buy WSU DVDs
http://www.Facebook.com/wsuwrestling (Updated daily with pictures, stories and more)
http://www.Inasectv.com/wsu – home of WSU’s “Uncensored” TV program.
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