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REVIEW: Bonesaw Qualifies For Gold

It's one of my 2018 resolutions to do more reviews for the site and with the upcoming Women of Honor tournament taking place in Ring of Honor, I thought why not start reviewing Women of Honor every Wednesday? This week's Women of Honor…

REVIEW: The Empress Overrules The Goddess

The Women's Royal Rumble is shaping up to be the biggest match in history for the WWE Women, literally and figuratively. Kurt Angle announced that the same rules for the Men's Royal Rumble will apply to the Women's Royal Rumble, meaning…

One to Watch 2018 | Angelus Layne

Angelus Layne She’s far from new in the ring, in fact, Angelus Layne started wrestling back in 2008, but it seems that 2017 has been a big revitalization for Angelus Layne and the work she has done in the ring, and the buildup to being…

One To Watch 2018 | Faye Jackson

Faye Jackson made her wrestling debut in 2016  on the very-first ROH Women of Honor television special against former IMPACT Knockout ODB, fresh out of the ROH Dojo Faye was put on national TV for her debut and kicked ass. in 2017 Faye…

One to Watch 2018 | Charli Evans

Charli Evans made her debut in 2014 after training at Pro Wrestling Alliance in Australia.  ‘The Punisher’ Madison Eagles was one of her trainers, so you know she is good.  In 2015, she won the PWWA title along with her tag team partner…

One To Watch 2018 | Skylar

She’s only been wrestling for a little over a year, but after breaking through and completing her training at the Kevin Landry combine, she has broken into Blitzkrieg Pro, been a staple for Limitless Wrestler, and has regularly appeared at…

One To Watch 2018 | Kylie Rae

If you are a fan of women’s independent wrestling, probably independent wrestling in general, there is no way you have not heard of Kylie Rae.   Smiley Kylie has an infectious personality that gets over with the crowd instantly. Kylie…

One To Watch 2018 | Aja Perera

It's crazy to know that Aja Perera is just 23 years old and that she's been wrestling since 2013, isn't it? While she has been wrestling for four years 2017 was in my opinion, the year everyone started to take notice of the spunky…