@ IPW: Trial by Combat (NZ) on 26 July 2014 – Carmen Rose & Britenay defeated Evie & Olivia Shaw
@ SCW (NZ) on 26 July 2014 – JPE vs Scarlett vs Krystal Kayne ended in double submission, The referee couldn’t determine the winner as both JPE and Scarlett had submission moves applied, so all titles were retained.
@ Riot City Wrestling: Ole Lucha Libre (SA) on 26 July, 2014 – Las Rana Izaca, Astro Rey & El Ingles def Venus, La Rubia & Zorra Loca
As predicted the tension between Evie and Britenay will come to a head (sorta) this weekend at Impact Pro Wrestling’s Trial by Combat.
With an twist, Olivia Shaw and Carmen Shaw have been added as tag-team partners to these fierce competitors.
Whilst this match won’t settle who is the rightful owner of the IPW Women’s Championship (or will it?), we wonder how will Shaw or Rose affect the match up and what it’s going to be like when Britenay and Evie finally get their hands on each other.
On August 2, Hughes Academy will showcase a women’s match as it’s main event.
Krystal Kayne, Tabitha, Frankie Quinn and Misty will all be a part of this four way elimination match. After the first two eliminations, the match will be stopped and the two remaining wrestlers will then go into face each other in a singles match for the NEW Hughes Academy of Professional Wrestling Women’s Championship.
We recently showcased the work that Krystal and Frankie had been doing and their progress since being with the Hughes Academy.
The growing tension between Britenay and Evie is almost at boiling point after IPW Escalation.
Carmen Rose defeated Evie in their match and Britenay stole the IPW Women’s Championship belt.
The championship has been a source of contention between the women since Evie returned from her tour of Japan. In her absence, Britenay won the interim tournament and has been representing IPW as the interim women’s champion. Evie insists that she is the rightful champion and seized the opportunity at IPW New Heights to steal the belt from a distracted Britenay.
Now with both women fighting over the championship and who is the rightful title holder, it seems inevitable that more than ‘who’s the champ’ will be settled in the ring.
Also on the show, Britenay & Liam Fury defeated Brook Duncan & Olivia Shaw
Vixsin recently underwent another tour of Japan and from all reports did exceptionally well.
Some of the highlights from her trip include -
* Working for Hokuto Pro Wrestling
* Doing meet & greets which can be seen here and here
* Wrestling for underground in a tag-match of which she was the only female wrestler
* Wrestling in a tag match against BJW Deathmatch star, Yokou Miyamoto
Vixsin is now back home in Australia, and we’ll surely see her in action soon!