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Nice week for WWW.

Lisa Moretti continues here rise to stardom.

With your help, Medusa, Vachon, Singh and Bennett could control the whole state of women's wrestling in the USA.  That is some group with A LOT of potential.

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TV champ Moretti continues to be a highlight.

Nasty Girls get a nice win. I like the post match emotions where Mitchell is upset while Pardue down plays things. 

Wild 8-Woman tag ends the show in chaos. Great way to put some serious heat on this entertaining feud. 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XIX – 7th of April 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Medusa Miceli versus Debbie Combs for the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

We kick thigs off with a hot opening, at bell time for the television title match. Lisa Moretti is defending against the final member the newly dubbed Giant Slayers – Desiree Petersen.

With her allies at ringside, the challenger is brimming with confidence and immediately goes on the offence. The champion struggles, initially, and becomes increasingly frustrated as the match progresses. The two women pace themselves and focus on grappling towards the end, with each woman going for flash pinfall rather than a big manoeuvre.

The finish is contentious as Selina Majors, upset at the treatment her leader is suffering from the increasingly nasty champ, pulls at the hair of Lisa Moretti. A brief distraction is all Desiree Petersen needs.

Desiree Petersen defeats Lisa Moretti in 14:59 by pinfall with schoolboy roll-up to win the WWW Television Championship

After a very brief interlude we go to the interviews. Lisa Moretti rants and raves about the interference in her match and demands the opportunity to face Selina Majors in a steel cage. The interviewer tries to object but gets shut down by an evil glare. The interview with a bubbly Desiree Petersen and her allies doesn’t even get started, however, as Lisa Moretti dives onto Selina Majors from off-camera and tries to beat her bloody before being pulled away by the faces and a handful of staff members.

After a commercial break, we go to the second of three title matches. Velvet McIntyre and the Star Girls look to defend their titles from Peggy Lee Leather, Brittany Brown and Ashly Kennedy.

The commentators mention that Medusa Miceli’s stablemates have been banned from the building to prevent interference in this match and in the main event.

Without any outside factors to consider, the faces dominate the match, especially Velvet McIntyre who essentially uses the match as a showcase for her move set.

Velvet McIntyre & Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West defeat Peggy Lee Leather & Brittany Brown & Ashly Kennedy in 12:37 when Velvet McIntyre pins Ashly Kennedy after a swinging hurricanrana to retain the WWW Trios Championship

After another interlude, heavily promoting Wendi Richter, we go to the interviews. The heels argue among themselves and generally act bitter and resentful, whereas the faces congratulate each other and declare themselves ready to take on all comers.

The second commercial break takes us to the main event and its hellish from bell to bell. Debbie Combs wrestles fair and clean but refuses to let up and Medusa Miceli uses every opportunity she has to indulge in cheating and torturing.

In the end, when both women are thoroughly exhausted, Debbie Combs has just that little bit more in the tank.

Debbie Combs defeats Medusa Miceli in 17:21 by pinfall after a neckbreaker to win the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

The programme goes off air to scenes of celebration with a newly cemented fan favourite Debbie Combs.

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Like the surprise fiinish as Moretti goes down.  This one keeps us on our toes.  Like the call for the steel cage and the bloody attack.  This is so much better then what GLOW was in 86.  This is real wrestling and if they did this right back then, we wouldn't have had to wait 20 years for quality women's wrestling.

Also like how you are ahead of the curve with the Trios Title.  This is sucj an exciting brand of wrestling.

NIce win for Debbie Combs.  I guess Medusa is just a little early to be the star but like how the bigger names amd history are kept in check.  

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I was bummed that Moretti lost her TV title but if we get a cage match between Moretti and Majors, then this was all worth it. 

You're doing a great job with the post match interviews. Really keeps the storylines moving. 

Richter defiantly deserves the hype. 

Combs vs, Medusa is big time. Experience comes into play as Combs pulls off the tough win and takes both titles! Great match. 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XX – 14th of April 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Medusa Miceli versus Babyface Nellie

This week, the programme opens with an extended clip from the aftermath of Lisa Moretti’s attack on Selina Majors. The babyface is bleeding profusely and being tended to by a doctor as her stablemates fuss over her. The commentators explain that Lisa Moretti has been banned from the building tonight and will miss her automatic rematch opportunity.

The opening television title match, then, puts the new champion Desiree Petersen up against Candi Devine.

The two women have a straightforward match, with Candi Devine’s heel tactics making up for Desiree Petersen’s talent advantage. In the end, it is a short and sweet match cementing the newly crowned champion’s position.

Desiree Petersen defeats Candi Devine in 11:04 by submission with a Boston crab to retain the WWW Television Championship

After a brief interlude promoting the main event as a number one contenders’ match for Debbie Combs’ dual championship, we get to the interviews. Candi Devine offers endless excuses for her loss, whereas Desiree Petersen – who is joined by the rest of her stable – compliments her opponent and promises to put on a great performance every week going forward. When asked about Lisa Moretti, Selina Majors pipes up, much to the shock of her allies, and accepts the challenge to face her in a cage. Her friends try to change her mind but she’s adamant that she be allowed to prove herself.

With that, we get to a commercial break and return to a staple of the promotion – the Nasty Girls versus the Star Girls.

With neither team as champions, they are replicating their very first showdown and the match plays out as an opportunity for both teams to prove how far they’ve come. To that end, the contest is fast-paced and fluid. All four women know each other inside and out and, as the match progresses, it becomes increasingly obvious that the finish is as likely to be decided by chance as any other factor. In the end, it’s a kick out just after the three that brings the affair to a conclusion.

Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux defeat Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West in 14:29 when Linda Dallas pins Rockin’ Robin with her feet on the ropes

After a promotional interlude we get to the interviews. The Star Girls are gutted and seemingly on the verge of tears throughout as they try to psyche themselves up for their next opportunity. By contrast, the Nasty Girls are over-the-moon and can barely contain their glee as they make promises to each that they’ll have titles around their waists once again.

The second commercial break then takes us to the main event. Medusa Miceli has her allies at ringside but Velvet McIntyre, Misty Blue Simmes and Debbie Combs come down to support Babyface Nellie and cancel out that advantage for the heel.

With the occasional bit of fighting by the third parties at ringside but barely any interference, the two women pull out all the stops to secure victory and a shot at Debbie Combs next week.

Babyface Nellie puts in a fine performance but, in the end, it’s just not enough to deal with the utterly ruthless Medusa Miceli.

Medusa Miceli defeats Babyface Nellie in 13:57 by pinfall after a German suplex

With time left for interviews, we see Babyface Nellie promise to train harder than ever to make it in the company and Medusa Miceli issue the chilling warning that she still has one more monster to unleash.

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The wild world of women's wrestling is always a fun read.  I am surprised that outside of Glow, we don't get a main stream tv show featuring the women even today.

The suspension of Moretti gives the WWW more legitamacy.  Good move IMO.

Desiree proves here winning the title was not a fluke.  This makes her and the title seem just that much more relevant. 

Glad the last match has a clean victory.  I thought we were going to go Bonzo-Gonzo with all the people at ringside.  I think Medusa and Richter are your big stars and would love to see that down the road if you were to build Medusa up.  I do admit that my knowledge of women's wrestling is lacking and I might have my timeline off a bit and I might be rushing Madusa a bit.  

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I'm loving the Moretti/Majors cage match build.

I can always count on a solid tag match every week. Nasty Girls vs. Star Girls put on another competitive match. 

Medusa and Nellie is a great TV main event. Medusa has some momentum going. Only a matter of time until she gets a shot at Richter. 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXI – 21st of April 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Debbie Combs versus Medusa Miceli for the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

The programme begins with a promotional video package profiling Medusa Miceli and her stable – The Monsters!

Our opening match then pits one of these monsters, the former champion Rhonda Singh, against the current television champion Desiree Petersen.

The match is quite violent from bell to bell. Rhonda Singh hits hard, more to hurt the champion than to gain the advantage, and Desiree Petersen increasingly struggles to find a way to outwrestle her opponent as the pain takes its toll.

Rhonda Singh defeats Desiree Petersen in 12:10 by pinfall after a splash to win the WWW Television Championship

After a sponsor-filled interlude hyping the supercard and its main event – Debbie Combs versus Wendi Richter – and a tag team battle royal, we get to the interviews. Desiree Petersen is troubled by her loss but receives encouragement from her friends and she, in return, wishes Selina Majors the best of luck in her cage match on Saturday.

A commercial break then takes us to a round of tag team actions, as the Nasty Girls take the team of Susan Starr and Winona Little Heart.

The contest is fun, fast-paced and action-packed. The heels have the advantage, on account of their wily cheating ways, but they are frequently undone by their arrogance. The faces are quick on the uptake, however, and never let an opportunity slip through their fingers. Kick out just after the three count or no, this nets them a win in the end.

Susan Starr & Winona Little Heart defeat Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux in 14:39 when Susan Starr pins Linda Dallas with a schoolboy roll up

After another brief interlude, we head to the interviews. The Nasty Girls are in hysterics, throughout, ranting and raving and barely making any sense though their rage is palpable. Susan Starr and Winona Little Heart, joined by their overjoyed allies, promise to build on this success and snatch the titles away from the Glamour Girls on Saturday.

The second commercial break then takes us to the main event. A, by now, familiar set-up evolves into a competitive back-and-forth as both women make it very clear that they’ve been training and strategizing since their last encounter. Each has a counter for the other’s every move and only a few big strikes and slams get through.

As soon as the challenger realises that she can’t put her opponent away she signals to her allies, who come thundering down to the ring and immediately get to work battering the champion.

Debbie Combs defeats Medusa Miceli in 14:25 by disqualification after outside interference to retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

Velvet McIntyre and Misty Blue Simmes rush down to lend assistance, but they are blindside by the arrival of Mad Maxine, who sends them crashing to the floor from the entrance ramp before entering the ring. Greeted happily by her fellow monsters, the latest addition to Medusa Miceli’s stable delivers an assisted powerbomb to Debbie Combs just as the programme goes off air.

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And the Monsters continue to take over WWW.  Rhonda wins the TV title.  Couple that with 6'4 Mad Maxine and this stable might just be unstoppable.  

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18 minutes ago, Autistic Dragon said:

I've caught some GLOW on YouTube, and damn i wish this was the path women's wrestling took in the 80's!

Totally Agree!  Does anyone know why GLOW made it such a joke?  Scarlet has the right idea!

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Wonder Women Wrestling

APRIL SUPERCARD 1986

Live from: Las Vegas, Nevada

The show kicks off with light show in the stadium and a promotional music video – heavily sponsored – hyping up the company, the wrestlers and the card.

The first spectacle of the night is a cage being lowered onto the participants of our opening match, Lisa Moretti and Selina Majors. With Desiree Petersen, Susan Starr and Winona Little Heart all in attendance at ringside, Lisa Moretti waits until the cage is fixed to launch herself at Selina Majors.

The bell rings with the tone of the match already set. Though it should be Selina Majors out for revenge, all of the anger and ferocity and bloodlust belongs to Lisa Moretti. The contest is brutal and painfully one-sided, with the novice babyface having her head raked against the cage and busted open within the first five minutes.

Selina Majors is not without her moments, however, and her allies cheer whenever she gets a strike in or counters a hold. Lisa Moretti is simply on another level and, past the ten-minute mark, makes it clear that she delights in torturing a woman she could put away quite easily. The finish then, is something of a mercy.

Lisa Moretti defeats Selina Majors in 15:03 by pinfall with a foot on her chest

An interlude featuring glamour shots of make on the wrestlers and brief glimpses of a nervous Debbie Combs – with two tough fights ahead of her – and a confident Wendi Richter, takes through to the interviews. Selina Majors is once again in the doctor’s office and is unable to comment. Lisa Moretti tries to begin her interview by gloating only to find herself accosted by her opponents three allies and embroiled in a wild brawl through the corridors.

Next up, Debbie Combs faces her first challenge of the night – defending her dual championship from Medusa Miceli once again. From the beginning of the match, however, Medusa Miceli makes it crystal clear that her intention is to drag the contest out and stake the odds against the champion heading into the main event.

Medusa Miceli forces Debbie Combs to chase her around the ring and follows stunts like that up with long torturous submission holds. At around the halfway point, Medusa Miceli begins to target one of Debbie Combs’ legs and doesn’t let up for the rest of the match. By the time the bell rings for the finish, a near miraculous sequence from the champion, Debbie Combs is practically hobbling.

Debbie Combs defeats Medusa Miceli in 17:41 by pinfall after a neckbreaker to retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

As the champion is walking stiffly to the back, Medusa Miceli signals to her allies – who had been banned from ringside for the duration of the match – and the monsters come rushing down to attack. As the others hold Debbie Combs in place, Mad Maxine delivers a nasty stomp to her calf, leaving the champ in tears as staff arrive to escort them back.

After another interlude heavily promoting Wendi Richter, we head to the interviews. Medusa Miceli claims to have taught her opponent a valuable lesson and says she’s ready to terrorise the promotion until she gets her hands on the world title.

Debbie Combs finds through the pain to promise that she’ll be match-ready when the main event swings around.

A commercial video package then takes us to the tag team championship match between the Glamour Girls – Leilani Kai and Judy Martin – and the newly dubbed Giant Slayers – Susan Starr and Winona Little Heart.

The fight is more fun than the two that preceded it, with fun cooperative spots and quick tags in and out. The Glamour Girls cheat as much as they can but the babyfaces have their number most of the time. Just as things begin to drag on, the faces manage to pull off another upset.

Susan Starr & Winona Little Heart defeat Leilani Kai & Judy Martin in 14:01 when Winona Little Heart pins Judy Martin with a victory roll to win the NWA World Women’s Tag Team Championship

A flashy interlude then takes us through to the interviews. Judy Martin receives a tongue-lashing from Leilani Kai who then pushes Liz Chase and Despina Montagas to do better in their match up next. The faces are over the moon and hype each other up and they receive hugs an unsteady Selina Majors and an enthusiastic Desiree Petersen.

Next up is the tag team battle royal. The twelve women can barely contain themselves before the bell rings as they push, shove and jostle each other. The six teams of two are Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West, Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux, Penny Mitchell & Candice Pardue, Ashly Kennedy & Brittany Brown, Lady Apache & Vicky Carranza and Liz Chase & Despina Montagas.

The wild brawl kicks off before the bell and remains fast-paced and chaotic throughout. The first woman out is Candice Pardue, followed by Vicky Carranza and Brittany Brown. Penny Mitchell manages to even up the face-heel divide by ejecting Ashly Kennedy, but Lady Apache goes out mere seconds after that.

An enraged Penny Mitchell eventually manages to get both Liz Chase and Despina Montagas out but not without taking herself out in the process. The Star Girls and the Nasty Girls then battle it out a while, almost having a traditional match. In the end, Kat LeRoux is caught off-guard by a trip up from a still fuming Penny Mitchell at ringside and is thrown over.

Linda Dallas tries to claw her way back to victory but a clothesline from both of the Star Girls sends her crashing to the floor.

Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West defeat Ashly Kennedy & Brittany Brown, Lady Apache & Vicky Carranza, Liz Chase & Despina Montagas, Penny Mitchell & Candice Pardue and Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux in 15:11 in an over-the-top-rope battle royal

Another promotional interlude then takes us to an interview with the victors. The Star Girls boast about their success in a good-natured way and declare themselves ready, willing and able to challenge for the world titles again.

The penultimate match is between Velvet McIntyre and Misty Blue Simmes.

At the top of their game, on good terms and in excellent shape, the two ladies produce a clean and highly athletic contest. Neither woman gives an inch and they meet each other practically blow for blow but, in the end, there must be a winner and the victory is achieved by the wrestler with the slightest edge.

Velvet McIntyre defeats Misty Blue Simmes in 17:45 by pinfall after a swinging hurricanrana

After another interlude we get to the interviews and Misty Blue Simmes’ is crashed by Velvet McIntyre who talks her up and claims that things could’ve easily gone the other way.

The main event is built up to with a video package detailing the continued success of Wendi Richter and even briefly recapping tonight’s events.

A deeply nervous Debbie Combs is pacing anxiously in the ring as the world champion makes her grand entrance. Wendi Richter torments the fans with pauses and poses before finally squaring up to her weary challenger.

With Debbie Combs somewhat recovered and Wendi Richter operating on autopilot, the opening of the match is quite even but a near-fall unsettles the champion, and she gets to work targeting her opponent’s injured leg for the rest of the match. At times difficult to watch, a teary-eyed Debbie Combs powers through the pain and manages to put on a great performance. In the end, however, the challenger’s leg buckles at a crucial moment and the company’s number one star takes advantage.

Wendi Richter defeats Debbie Combs in 23:58 by pinfall after a powerbomb to retain the NWA World Women’s Championship

We end on a shot of Debbie Combs being helped to the back as a smug Wendi Richter cheers in the background.

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Is there any better way to start a supershow than a cage match? Majors does what she can but gets demolished by a enraged Moretti. Foot on the chest is the most heel pin possible.

Combs overcomes Miceli's stalling and a dedicated attack on the leg to remain double champ. The monsters make her pay for it however as her chances in the main event take a nosedive.

The Giant Slayers lighten the mood with a fun win over the Glamor Girls.

A wild battle royal victory seemingly cements the Star Girls position as top contenders to the tag titles.

Velvet McIntyre and Misty Blue Simmes kick the show into high gear with a friendly but competitive bout. Sweet of McIntyre to acknowledge it could've gone the other way.

Debbie Combs guts it out and nearly catches Richter sleeping but in the end the world champ's grip on the gold is too tight. Still over forty minutes over two matches means Combs has nothing to be ashamed of.

WWW is on fire!

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Once again props to you for turning this into a big time promotion. I agree with the others, this would of been awesome IRL. 

Cage match kicks things off! Majors gives it her all but Moretti was on firing on all cylinders tonight.

Poor Combs, biggest night of her life and she takes a beating from the monsters. The odds are in Richter's favor tonight. 

Starr and Winona live up to their Giant Slayers name and take home the gold! 

A cage match and a tag team battle royal, what a great night of action. Robin and West probably just earned themselves a title shot. 

I'll give Combs credit, after taking a brutal beating earlier, she still takes Richter pass 20 minutes. Great way to generate sympathy for Combs. I must admit, I'm not ready for Richter's reign to end lol. 

 

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Women's cage match.... revolutionary!!!  Like the Moretti continues to get that push.

Debbie Combs wins a big one over Madusa but can she handle another match later?

Star and Little Heart with a nice win.  I think they better enjoy their title run while it lasts.....

Velvet and Misty had a great bout.  From what I have seen, these two were good in-ring workers.

The heel, Wendy Richter is just too much for the injured Combs.... I wonder who is next for the champ?

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXII – 28th of April 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Medusa Miceli & Mad Maxine & Lisa Moretti versus Susan Starr & Winona Little Heart & Selina Majors

After a dramatic recap of Saturday’s supercard, the programme kicks off with a rematch for the television title between Rhonda Singh and Desiree Petersen.

Whilst the challenger has more to prove and shows, throughout, that she’s been studying her opponent, the champion’s size and strength advantage is not easily neutralised. Eventually, a competitive back-and-forth match boils down to a striking contest and Desiree Petersen is simply no match for the punching power of Rhonda Singh.

Rhonda Singh defeats Desiree Petersen in 11:42 by pinfall after a splash to retain the WWW Television Championship

Rather the traditional sponsored interlude, we cut to an interview with Debbie Combs. She announces that she is vacating her dual championships because she believes that without pulling double duty on the supercard she’d have beaten the world champion. She asks for a rematch from Wendi Richter.

After that we go to the interviews. Surrounded by her allies, Desiree Petersen doesn’t let her disappointment show and simply promises to do better before exhorting her stablemates to win their match later in the night. Rhonda Singh, for her part, is subdued and uncommunicative, only making it obvious that she wants better competition.

After a commercial break, we head to a bout of tag team action, pitting two of Medusa Miceli’s monsters – Reggie Bennett and Luna Vachon – against Penny Mitchell and Candice Pardue.

Whereas the two monsters are ferocious, Penny Mitchell is like a house on fire and wrestles rings around them. Desperate to pick up a win, however, she often goes for pin attempts she shouldn’t and tries to end things prematurely. The heels don’t have an answer for her but they know which opportunities to take and which not to.

Eventually, an opportunity presents itself when a reluctant Penny Mitchell tags her partner in. Within seconds, Candice Pardue is beaten to a pulp.

Reggie Bennett & Luna Vachon defeat Penny Mitchell & Candice Pardue in 12:54 when Luna Vachon pins Candice Pardue after a moonsault

A promotional music video for Lisa Moretti serves as the interlude before we get to the interviews. A tearful Candice Pardue tries to explain herself, but an increasingly frustrated Penny Mitchell eventually snaps and smacks her across the face before storming off. The monsters cackle and gloat and demand a match against the Star Girls.

After a second commercial break, we come to the main event. All of the spotlight is on the heels and, from the opening bell, the story of the match becomes clear. The heels have a decisive advantage and the only thing balancing that out is the uneasiness of the alliance between Lisa Moretti and her teammates. The company’s fastest rising star shares the monsters’ affinity for torture and violence but she is by no means a team player.

Whenever any of the babyfaces come anywhere close to a victory it’s because Lisa Moretti has refused to tag out or tagged herself in prematurely. That’s not enough to save the Giant Slayers, however, as they simply have no strategy to deal with their opponents.

Medusa Miceli & Mad Maxine & Lisa Moretti defeat Susan Starr & Winona Little Heart & Selina Majors in 15:01 when Lisa Moretti pins Susan Starr after a powerslam

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A clean sweep for the monsters though Moretti nearly costs them the main event. Lucky for her she scored the pin or she would have been in seriously hot water.

Penny Mitchell has had enough with Candice Pardue's screw-ups. It was bound to happen sometime.

And lest we forget Debbie Combs drops a bombshell announcing she's vacating both her belts to give her full attention to Richter's world title! This clears the way for potentially two star-making moments.

WWW continues to show what women can do in the ring when given the chance.

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Will be interedting to see what happens to the open titles and if this move helps Combs.  Beating Wendy R. will still be a tough task.

The Monsters seem to be getting strong and stronger!

Always a fun read

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Singh has a grip on the TV title. I wonder who's going to step up and give her the competition she's asking for.

Combs takes a huge gamble and vacates her dual titles. I think she'll be 100% ready for Richter this time around and a rematch will be a good draw.  However, I think Richter has to much momentum going and can't see her reign ending just yet. 

Mitchell snaps! I think we'll be seeing a more aggressive Mitchell for sure. 

I love the hype and build Moretti is getting. This is how you build a future star. 

What better way to end the show then with Moretti scoring the pin. Good thing she did or she might of had some upset monsters to deal with. 

Fun show! 

 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXIII – 5th of May 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Misty Blue Simmes versus Lisa Moretti for the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

The programme opens hot, at bell time for the television title match as Rhonda Singh seeks to defend her belt from Lady Apache.

The contest is fun and fast-paced, with big slams and power spots from Rhonda Singh and aerial acrobatics from Lady Apache. Despite getting a few great shots in here and there, however, the challenger struggles to build any momentum and the champion holds the advantage throughout.

Rhonda Singh defeats Lady Apache in 11:34 by pinfall after a splash to retain the WWW Television Championship

A brief interlude, full of glamour shots of the roster, merchandise promotions and sponsorship plugging, we get to the interviews. Tired and in pain, Lady Apache swears she’ll never give up. Rhonda Singh is joined by her fellow monsters and they psyche each other up, ignoring the interviewer completely.

After a commercial break we head to a six woman tag team match, pitting Velvet McIntyre and the Star Girls against Medusa Miceli and two of her monstrous henchwomen – Luna Vachon and Mad Maxine.

A spot-heavy spectacle from start to finish, the story of the match is that the face work better as a team but none of them has an answer to the power of Mad Maxine or the wiles of Medusa Miceli. Instead, the champions’ strategy is to target their opponents’ weak link in the form of Luna Vachon.

They very nearly pull it off and against a cleaner team they’d have won handily but the monsters are as under-handed as they are ruthless and do everything in their power to keep their ally from being pinned.

Medusa Miceli & Luna Vachon & Mad Maxine defeat Velvet McIntyre & Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West in 13:59 when Medusa Miceli pins Jamie West after a German suplex to win the WWW Trios Championship

Another interlude then takes to the interviews, where first the two distraught Star Girls appear inconsolable and leave the talking up to Velvet McIntyre who claims that the monsters will prove to have a short shelf life. Medusa Miceli, for her part, brags and boasts while caressing her newly won title belt and demands to be let into the world title picture.

A second commercial break then takes us to the main event for the recently vacated dual championship. Both women are at the top of their game and hold nothing back, launching into a violent encounter from just before the ringing of the opening bell. Misty Blue Simmes is more technically sound, but Lisa Moretti is more cunning, and the match evolves from an early striking contest through a series of reversals and counter-reversals to a sprint full of near-falls and rope breaks.

Eventually, one pin attempt just so happens to stick for long enough – and no longer – to secure the three count.

Lisa Moretti defeats Misty Blue Simmes in 16:22 by pinfall with her feet on the ropes to win the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

We go off air to scenes of a jubilant Lisa Moretti and an outraged Misty Blue Simmes.

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Rhonda Singh OWNS the television Championship! Can anyone take it from her?

New Trios champions means every Monster is holding gold.

Moretti picks up two belts in a nail biter. I wonder if she'll take them to Mid-South?

Another great night of wrestling in Vegas.

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Rhonda is making quite a name for herself.

The Monsters are becoming the Horseman of WWW

Moretti back with some gold!!!

Great show for the Vegas crowd.

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