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12900180_10154032819499235_1686372944_nHeight: 5’3″
Weight: 125lbs
Hometown: Sherbrooke
Finisher: Second Rope Moonsault
Championship: NCW Femmes Fatales
Promotions Worked For:
TUW, ALE, NCW, NWC, FF, GEW, NBW, SCW
Trained By:  Jeremy Prophet, Spark, Xplicit
Debut: 2010
Facebook:  Meloo Richard
Instagram Meloo Richard
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Krystal_BanksHeight:  5’5″

Weight:  125lbs

From:  Niagara Falls

Trained By:  Derek Wylde, Kris Chambers, Primo Scordino & TJ Harley

Championships:
NVPW Women’s Champion, OSPW Women’s Champion & PWA Elite Womens Champion

Debut:  2004

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Traci-brooks-tracibrooksmemknockoutiw1gptpsized-1362911037Height:  5’4″
Weight:  130lbs
From:  Toronto, Ontario
Trained By:  Rob “El Fuego” Etcheverria & Ron Hutchinson
Debut:  2001
Championships
3XW Women’s Championship, CCW Women’s Championship,
DCW Women’s Championship, GLCW Women’s Championship,
NOCW Women’s Championship, SCW Women’s Championship
Twitter:  @TheTraciBrooks
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311987_216382935095413_1454398362_nHeight:  5’9″
Weight:  130lbs
From:  Toronto, Ontario
Trained By:  Johnny Devine & Rob Fuego
Debut:  2005
Championships:  GCW W.I.L.D. Champion & PWX Women’s Champion
Facebook Page:  Danyah Rivietz
Twitter: @MissFitDanyah

 

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600x600AKA:  Sirelda

Height:  5’10”

Weight:  200lbs

From:  Windsor, Ontario

Trained By:  Scott D’Amore & Tyson Dux

Debut:  2004

Championships:
GCW W.I.L.D Champion, PWX X-Division Champion,
AWA Japan Women’s Champion & TNA Gut Check Winner

Facebook:  Jaime Dauncey

Twitter:   @JaimeD123

Instagram:  oneandonlyjaimed

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By Sera Feeny

Published on Mar 29, 2016

Sera Feeny vs Leah Vaughan in Taylor, MI on Saturday March 28, 2016.

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By Shoot Job

Published on Mar 28, 2016

Website: www.portiaperez.com
Twitter: @pperezninja

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Dom22©Photographs By Skullmaster Photography

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On Saturday March 19th, 2016 from the Alpine Club in Kitchener, Ontario, Pure Wrestling Association held “Fans Choice” which saw PWA Women’s Champion Alexia Nicole square off against #1 challenger Dominique Fabiano in an important rematch.  Fabiano felt that she was so close to capturing the title in their first encounter and wanted to prove she could beat Alexia for the belt.  On the other hand the very confident “Bubblegum Princess” Alexia Nicole wanted to prove to everybody that she beat Fabiano once and that she would do it again and in the process once again prove that she is one of the very best women wrestlers in the country.

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The action did not disappoint as both women gave their all inside of the ring.  Fabiano had the size and strength advantage but Alexia Nicole had speed and agility on her side.  Even though it was a hard fought and very close match in the end the champion proved that she had what it takes as Alexia Nicole caught Fabiano with a devastating stunner which was enough to get the three count.

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cher26©Photographs By Steve Argintaru

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On Sunday March 20th, 2016 in Toronto, Canada, Smash Wrestling held “Any Given Sunday 4” which saw the much anticipated showdown between Cherry Bomb and Courtney Rush.  The two have been arch nemesis since first meeting years ago however the feud between the two got even more ugly these past months as Cherry Bomb cut Courtney Rush’s hair which helped cause a chain reaction for Rush to start a sinister transformation.  Rush would go on to turn on friends and vowed to rid Cherry from the world of wrestling.  However, Cherry Bomb saw things differently and took up the mantle of Vampire Slayer in an effort to rid wrestling of the evil demon Rush.  It was crucifix verses meat cleaver and something had to give on this night.

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The two wrestlers tried to tear each other apart as the fought and clawed both inside and outside of the ring.  It was obvious that both were willing to sacrifice their bodies in order to achieve total victory.  However, when conventional means were not getting the job done unconventional means took the forefront as weapons entered the fray which included a steel chair.  As Courtney Rush had the chair Cherry Bomb superkicked it back into her face and at this point the referee had lost control of this violent fight and declared Rush the winner by disqualification. Cherry Bomb continued to attack Rush with some devastating chair shots.

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Cherry Bomb almost made good on her promise to bring the demise of Courtney Rush however in the end she could not get the job done and the match was awarded to Rush via disqualification.  This was just a mere battle but clearly the war will rage on.  Can victory truly be achieved and at what cost?  What will be left of either wrestler in the end?  It looks as though ultimate victory may mean the sacrifice and destruction of their bodies and of their souls.

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©Video By Dominique Fabiano

Published on Mar 21, 2016

Match took place on 03/19/2016

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Diemond2©By Jan Murphy, Kingston Whig-Standard
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She’s one of the brightest young Canadian female stars on the independent wrestling scene, so it comes as little surprise to learn that Kaitlin Diemond’s love affair with sports entertainment can be traced all the way back to her very formative years.

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In fact, the Brantford, Ontario, native says she owes a lot her passion for pro wrestling to her brother.

“Definitely my brother,” said Diemond, whose real name is Kaitlin Baki, said during a video call from Japan, where she’s on a long tour with independent wrestling company Stardom, when asked about her first wrestling influence. “He’s five years older than me (and) he watched wrestling during the Attitude Era, during (Stone Cold) Steve Austin’s rise and he just thought it was the coolest thing.”

Lest anyone underestimate the power of the older sibling, Diemond is proof.

“He’s my only sibling and I thought he was the coolest person in the world so I copied everything that he did, which included wrestling,” she said. “Eventually, when wrestling stopped being cool (to him), he abandoned ship, but I was already too hooked on it at that point.”  Read More

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By Shoot Job

Published on Mar 14, 2016

Five months after being forced in to retirement from professional wrestling, Portia Perez embarks on her greatest challenge yet.

Footage courtesy of SHIMMER Women Athletes (@shimmerwrestling)

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