Highlights included the following:
What was the build-up like for you for your match in WrestleMania I? Could you see how big this was going to be?
“I didn’t really realize it at first. I did a match with Wendi (Richter), and I retained the belt, but afterwards I had actually gone to Japan and I didn’t get back till probably two days before the actual event of WrestleMania. I didn’t realize how big it was until I got there. Once I was in the arena, there was so much excitement going on; people running around everywhere, and seeing celebrities and all. I didn’t realize how big it was, not at that moment I didn’t. I realized it afterwards; they had a big huge party and everybody was there and having a good time and dancing. It was a little bit different, but I didn’t realize really how big it was until I was there. I didn’t hear much talk about it when I was overseas…I didn’t really realize how big it was going to be, but it was the most exciting night of my whole life. I loved it; it was a lot of fun.”
The Ring Sirens Magazine, dedicated to women’s professional wrestling has released it’s ninth (9th) issue for February 2014. Below is what you’ll find in the current issue of the Ring Sirens Magazine. Including an exclusive interview with, Hania “The Howling Huntress” (formerly Saturyne), an article on Mae Young, Siren Of The Month: Miami, Joshi news & pictures, and a whole lot more!
Diva-Dirt.com reports that SHINE Wrestling VP of Talent Relations Lexie Fyfe has announced more matches for the upcoming SHINE 17 event.
On the promotion’s official Youtube channel, Lexie signed two more matches that will take place in addition to the SHINE Tag Team Championship tournament.
Women have made their mark in the world of professional wrestling, from inside the squared circle to the boardroom and charitable endeavors. Check out this great photo shoot that honors the women who have made their mark in this sport, such as Victoria, Natalya, Susan Green, Fabulous Moolah, Madusa, and more!
Valkyrie Announces La Rose Negra for the May 24, 2014 Joshi Grand Prix
VALKYRIE will hold their first event, “International Joshi Grand Prix”.
VALKYRIE will strive to feature the most talented women in professional wrestling in a top-quality, sports-driven atmosphere.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David is joined by two of his favorite guests. First he is joined by one of the original GLOW girls, Little Egypt! She has been on OWW radio before, and it’s always enjoyable to hear her perspective on the wrestling business and to catch up on what’s going on with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling today. Little Egypt shares insight into the recent GLOW documentary, the importance of using social media to create your own brand, and the camaraderie that still exists within GLOW today!
Then David is joined by Cryssi, one of the head writers at Diva-Dirt.com, to look at everything going on in women’s wrestling today. Cryssi and David talk about AJ Lee, Total Divas, NXT, WWE Hall of Famer Lita, and much more!
Little Egypt’s contact information:
- Twitter: @LittleEgypt
- Facebook: /The Official Page of Little Egypt
- Website: www.GlowTheMovie.com
- GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (2012) – buy it here!
Cryssi’s contact information:
Listen to past episodes of OWW Radio here:
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on www.menshealth.com and was written by Rachael Schultz.
Women Wrestlers Who Can Kick Your Ass
We’ve come up with a list of the eight hottest names in women’s professional wrestling right now: fierce ladies who could kick your ass with their brute force. And, thanks to their smiling faces, you probably wouldn’t even mind.