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On Sunday March 2nd, 2014, in Norwich UK, Liberty defeated champion Courtney Rush with a schoolgirl to win the Bellatrix World Championship. The match was the sort of epic you would hope for between the hometown baby face challenger and the foreigner heel champion. Rush kept the advantage for long portions of the match, initially gaining the advantage after feigning injury, claiming that her recently-healed clavicle had been broken again by one of Liberty’s dropkicks. She also busted out a sweet T-bone suplex and almost got the tap out with a Sharpshooter, but it was her partnership with Lynch which was her undoing. After tripping Liberty, the ref got in Axl’s face – as did Saraya, who went after the Bellatrix co-owner from over the railings. While Rush was distracted by the outside goings-on, Liberty rolled her up for the pinfall to make her the first Briton to hold the World Championship in the promotion since 2007.