Kimber Lee is announced as the first entrant of the 2014 International Joshi Grand Prix

Kimber LeeVALKYRIE News & Notes: First Entrant in IJGP, Event Details, and Media Appearances

We are proud to announce Kimber Lee as the first entrant of the 2014 International Joshi Grand Prix.

At twenty three years of age, Kimber Lee can already add the title of “international superstar” to her resume after recently completing a successful tour of Japan. With only three years experience, the tenacious Kimber is proving herself to be very adept to the world of professional wrestling, fans and industry insiders alike see her as fighting her way to become the next big thing in independent womens wrestling.

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The Wrestling Halftime Show brought to you by ClickWrestle


Right before kickoff of Super Bowl 48 between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, ClickWrestle will offer fans a free stream of the matches from 3PM EST/12PM PST to 9PM EST/6PM PST to keep wrestling fans entertained.

Three big championship matches will be available:

KAFU Vs. Oliver John from All Pro Wrestling, March 24, 2007: An APW classic featuring two of APW’s best stars at the time going head to head in this one on one encounter for the APW Heavyweight Championship.

Saraya Knight vs. Cheerleader Melissa for the SHIMMER Championship inside a steel cage at SHIMMER Volume 53, April 6, 2013: The third in their trilogy of epic battles in SHIMMER, their 6th overall, these two old foes battle it out once again for the top prize in women’s wrestling; this time in a steel cage.

JJ Perez vs. Sara Del Rey from APW Halloween Hell 2005, October 29, 2005: Before she was a WWE trainer; before she was the queen of wrestling; Sara Del Rey was a budding star on the rise and you fans can watch an early match featuring the best women’s wrestler in the new millennium against former APW head trainer JJ Perez in a championship match at APW’s Halloween Hell 2005.

The Wrestling Halftime Show brought to you by ClickWrestle will give fans an alternative to the halftime show at MetLife Stadium. Watch the best action from the best stars in professional wrestling!

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ClickWrestle “Match of the Week”: Evie vs. Kimber Lee April 13, 2013

ClickWrestle 2Welcome to this week’s OWW Match of the Week, in which one outstanding women’s wrestling match will be offered by at a deep discount.  This week’s Match of the Week is Evie vs. Kimber Lee from April 13, 2013.

Match description:

This is the singles match debut for both Evie and Kimber Lee after their appearance at the previous SHIMMER event. Both women want to show that they mean business and they are serious competition for everyone else in the back, but that can only come true for one of them.

All week this match’s price will be cut in half: from $2.49 to just $1.25. presents: Independent Women – Episode 10: “Joey Ryan”

iw10In the tenth episode of Independent Women – titled “Joey Ryan”Cheerleader Melissa speaks with indy superstar Joey Ryan about wrestling alongside and against women.

Melissa and Ryan will be going one-on-one at this Saturday’s Quintessential Pro Wrestling event in Monrovia, CA.

Watch the episode below:

Trish Stratus congratulates her trainer Ron Hutchison on his CAC award

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One of the people most important to Trish Stratus‘ development in and out of the ring is being recognized by the wrestling industry this year.

On Wednesday, the Cauliflower Alley Club announced that Ron Hutchison would be receiving the first ever CAC Trainer’s Award as part of their annual Honorees.

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OWW Radio – Ring Sirens owner Tyler Prattis

OWW RadioWelcome 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 the founder and owner of Ring Sirens magazine, Tyler PrattisDavid and Tyler discuss, women’s wrestling, Mae Young, the Divas, current Indy stars, and much more!

Tyler’s contact information:

  • Twitter: @RingSirens
  • Facebook: /RingSirens
  • Website:
  • YouTube channel: /user/ringsirenscom

Listen to past episodes of OWW Radio here:

PRESS RELEASE: Hayden wins the NWA world women’s title this weekend

HaydenPRESS RELEASE: Hayden wins the NWA world women’s title this weekend!

Hayden Wins NWA World Women’s Crown in Houston
Saturday, January 25, 2014

For the third time in the span of a month, an NWA World championship changed hands as Barbi Hayden defeated Kacee Carlisle at NWA Houston #35 in Houston on Saturday to become the new NWA World Women’s Champion.

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Smith Hart remembers Mae Young and George Scott

smith-hartThe first son of Stu Hart and the oldest brother of Bret and Owen Hart, Smith Hart has published a new column at Hart pays tribute to two wrestling greats, Mae Young and George Scott. Here is an excerpt from his entry:

“The confirmed conclusion to the illustrious life of long reigning wrestling queen, the one and only Johnnie Mae Young delivers her well-entitled spirit from decreed earthly evil unto everlasting peace. Tenacious longevity aside Mae Young the pioneer breakout rookie, the heartthrob, the knockout diva, the (sports) entertainer, the globe-trotting grappler, performer, the athlete, the star, celebrity, champion, thespian, villain and heroine leave her world-wide cult following little to mourn. I, however am disheartened not solely for my own somewhat selfish reasons but because Mae fully intended to share the celebration of her 100th birthday with the wrestling universe by performing before a typically huge Wrestlemania crowd.”
“To the family and friends of the late George Scott I extend heartfelt condolences and fond recollections of the transition of rising stardom to his record-breaking booking and match making acumen.
“I remember those long vanished care free days of my impressionable youth – years before I or any of my brothers would be allowed to attend late night live wrestling events – when the wrestlers would show up at our house every Saturday morning for their weekly wages or on other odd days when some would dare the risk of a subtle workout in the dungeon.”
You can read Smith Hart’s column, “The Hart Grapevine” in its entirety at this link.