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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXVII – 18th of August 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Debbie Combs & Candice Pardue versus Lisa Moretti & Penny Mitchell

The programme kicks off, once again, with the traditional television title opener. Intriguingly, this time Medusa Miceli is taking on the woman she infamously kicked out of her faction, Reggie Bennett. The rest of her are at ringside, all the unreadable expressions on their faces – apart from the occasional flashes of concern.

Reggie Bennett is mad as hell and capable of packing one hell of a punch, so the match is far from one-sided, but Medusa Miceli holds a distinctive tactical edge throughout. The match goes longer than it needs to, as both women are more interested in inflicting pain on each other than scoring a quick pinfall.

In the end, a weary and bruised Reggie Bennett struggles to keep up with her former leader, who slips past her and delivers the final blow.

Medusa Miceli defeats Reggie Bennett in 13:41 by pinfall after a German suplex to retain the WWW Television Championship

As soon as the match is over, Medusa Miceli wastes no time going to work on her opponent. Reggie Bennett is beaten mercilessly, and the rest of her stable keep the staff away. The violence only ends with the intervention of Rhonda Singh, who pulls her leader away – almost receiving a strike from the enraged Medusa Miceli for her trouble.

The scenes eat through the interview time, so we transition from a traditional quick video package to a commercial break. We then head to the first of two tag team bouts. Winona Little Heart and Susan Starr take on Linda Dallas and Kat LeRoux. Both teams know that a victory here takes them through to a fight the Monsters and tantalisingly close to a title bout.

The two teams are in-sync, both with each other and with their opponents, making for a match that flows almost seamlessly from an advantage for the faces to and advantages for the heels and back again. It could go either way but, in the end, it’s Winona Little Heart who proves she has just a little bit more oomph than the others.

Winona Little Heart & Susan Starr defeat Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux in 11:58 when Winona Little Heart pins Linda Dallas with a victory roll

After a video package hyping up the main event, we get to the interviews. The Nasty Girls refuse to accept responsibility for the loss; their opponents cheated, Linda Dallas had her shoulder up, and so on. The babyfaces are joined by their giddy compatriots, Desiree Petersen and Selina Majors, and declare themselves ready to face the Monsters next week.

A commercial break then takes us through to the main event.

The animosity between Candice Pardue and Penny Mitchell is on full display, even before the match starts, as the two stare daggers at each other. Neither Debbie Combs nor Lisa Moretti is willing to let the match be decided by them, however, and they spent the bulk of the match in the ring together – a preview of their bout scheduled for the supercard. They’re both on top form and wrestle at a break-neck pace.

Candice Pardue very obviously wants a piece of Penny Mitchell, but the heel finds it much more satisfying to tag herself out whenever they’re the ring together. A frustrated Candice Pardue, then, is easily identified as the weak link. Lisa Moretti spots this fact before Debbie Combs and decides to act.

Lisa Moretti & Penny Mitchell defeat Debbie Combs & Candice Pardue in 15:02 when Lisa Moretti pins Candice Pardue after a powerslam

After the match, the two champions predictably end up in each other’s face, ready to carry on the fight before members of staff pour in to keep them away from each other.

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Medusa wins a bruising match against Bennett seemingly justifying her decision to kick her out of the Monsters. Interesting move by Singh though.

Good news, The Giant Slayers win a shot at the Tag Titles. Bad news, they have to face The Monsters namely a unhinged Medusa.

Pardue's obsession with Mitchell costs her & Combs as Moretti gets some payback for last week.

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Medusa pulls it out but Bennett really tested her. Looks like Singh is about done wit Medusa's antics. I'm keeping an eye on that.

Solid tag match as the babyfaces outlast the heels. Winona and Starr are serious contenders.

Great main event with some heat. Combs vs. Moretti is going to be money! 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXVIII – 25th of August 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

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

With no time to waste, we open this week’s programme right at the opening bell of the television title match, with Babyface Nellie challenging an increasingly tyrannical Medusa Miceli. The monsters are at ringside, but they are reticent to get involved at several points for fearing of incurring their leader’s wrath.

The two women go hard on each other and, by the time they get to the finish, they’re both gasping for breath. Ironically, it is Luna Vachon’s hesitation that causes her to be out-of-position when she tries to interfere, causing Medusa Miceli to collide with her. Luna Vachon takes a nasty fall on the outside, to the concern of her stablemates, and her leader is momentarily dizzied by the collision – for just long enough for Babyface Nellie to capitalise on. A near-fall from a roll-up spooks the champ so badly that she scrambles out of the ring.

Babyface Nellie defeats Medusa Miceli in 14:21 by count-out but the WWW Television Championship does not change hands

A hype package for the supercard on Saturday plays – with particular emphasis on Debbie Combs – and then we get to the interviews. Medusa Miceli is apoplectic and slaps Luna Vachon repeatedly, threatening to kick her out of the group but the rest of the stable convinces her to avoid going through with it – they mention an eight-woman tag match at the supercard that they don’t want to be a woman down for.

Babyface Nellie is outraged by the finish of the match and demands another shot at the belt.

A commercial break then takes us through to another match with the Monsters, as Rhonda Singh and Mad Maxine take on Winona Little Heart and Susan Starr.

The story of the match is this: The faces are in-sync and more tactically sound, but the heels have a massive strength advantage. Medusa Miceli is at ringside and, intentionally or not, she negates her allies’ advantage by yelling instructions at them at every turn. In the end, Rhonda Singh is distracted at a crucial juncture and is taken out by a missile dropkick. Mad Maxine is more than willing to come to her rescue but an enraged Medusa Miceli tells her not to intervene.

Winona Little Heart & Susan Starr defeat Rhonda Singh & Mad Maxine in 13:51 when Winona Little Heart pins Rhonda Singh after a missile dropkick

After a brief video interlude, we get to the interviews. Medusa Miceli gives her stable a dressing down and declares that their match at the supercard will be make-or-break for all of them. The Giant Slayers are joined by their stablemates and promise to take the titles on Saturday, though they express some apprehension about facing Wendi Richter.

The second commercial break then takes us to the main event.

Debbie Combs is at ringside, as much to measure up for challenger as to cheer on her friend. Lisa Moretti is made more determined by the world champion’s appearance but also more prone to show-boating – the effects seem to cancel each other out. Misty Blue Simmes knows that she has an excellent opportunity to show up a long-time rival and insert herself into the title picture, so she holds nothing back, matching the champ’s ferocity and violence with her own.

After a brief scare – trying to taunt Debbie Combs backfired on Lisa Moretti when Misty Blue Simmes slipped out of the lazy headlock she’d been put in to roll the champ up for a two and three quarters count – Lisa Moretti gives the match her undivided attention and puts it away.

Lisa Moretti defeats Misty Blue Simmes in 16:49 by pinfall after a powerslam to retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

The show goes off are to scenes of Debbie Combs and Lisa Moretti exchanging heated words.

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Medusa's right, the 8 women tag will be make-or-break, in the sense that the other Monsters may take the opportunity to break her if she keeps this queen bitch routine up.

I'm pulling for the Giant Slayers but their gonna have to give it everything they got to beat Wendi Richter &...er...I wanna say...Pammy?

Moretti nearly beats herself but recoveres to beat Misty Blue & is ready for Combs.

The next Supercard is gonna be explosive, in more than one way.

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Wonder Women Wrestling

AUGUST SUPERCARD 1986

Live from: Las Vegas, Nevada

The broadcast kicks of with a music video hyping up the main event before transitioning to the standard light show. Just before the opening match gets underway, the commentators explain that is part of two round tournament.

The Glamour girls square up against Lady Apache and Vicky Carranza in a fun and fast-paced fight the goes back and forth to begin with but eventually ends with the heels in firm control – their tactical acumen and willingness to break the rules gives them an edge that neither babyface has much hope of countering.

Leilani Kai & Judy Martin defeat Lady Apache & Vicky Carranza in 09:51 when Leilani Kai pins Vicky Carranza after a big boot to advance to the second round

A graphics package filling in the very simple tournament layout fills in the gap to the second match in the round, this one between the team of Desiree Petersen and Selina Majors and the team of Brittany Brown and Ashly Kennedy.

This match is more even-handed and hard-fought, with the slightest advantage going the faces, on account of Desiree Petersen’s experience. The two teams sprint to the finish, however, and take risks they otherwise wouldn’t to avoid being too worn down later in the night.

Desiree Petersen & Selina Majors defeat Brittany Brown & Ashly Kennedy in 11:32 when Desiree Petersen submits Brittany Brown with a Boston crab to advance to the second round

A music video, this one detailing the journey so far for the Monsters and hyping up their match later, takes us through to the third match of the night. Winona Little Heart and Susan Starr attempt to dethrone the tag champions, Wendi Richter and Peggy Lee Leather.

By now, the structure of these matches is familiar; Wendi Richter has an undoubtable edge as a competitor but little interest in collaborating with her less effective tag team partner. The faces catch onto the fact that Peggy Lee Leather is the weak link early on but that doesn’t translate into guaranteed success as both of them suffer brutal beatings whenever they’re in the ring with Wendi Richter.

A scare for her partner lets the former world champion know its time to wrap things up and, once she’s tagged herself in, she runs over her opposition.

Wendi Richter & Peggy Lee Leather defeat Winona Little Heart & Susan Starr in 15:23 when Wendi Richter pins Winona Little Heart after a powerbomb to retain the NWA World Women’s Tag Team Championship

After a plug for the merchandise catalogue – replete with images sent in by satisfied fans – we get to the first interviews of the night. The babyfaces are joined by their fellow Giant Slayers and congratulate them on their own victory earlier before grappling with their failure to capture the world titles – they worry that Wendi Richter may have effectively set herself up as a permanent champion.

When informed of those comment, Wendi Richter concurs wholeheartedly, declaring herself to be a cut above the rest of the women in the company and saying that, if the rules allowed it, she’d defend the belts all by herself. Peggy Lee Leather nervously voices her support.

The next match is an eight-woman tag team contest, pitting Medusa Miceli and her minions against Velvet McIntyre, Babyface Nellie, and the Star Girls. From bell to bell, the fight is a brutal and hellacious affair, with not a single woman escaping without a nasty scrape or bruise of some kind. Neither side has an and, as the match wears on, every involved becomes increasingly desperate to secure a flash pinfall.

Any variation could’ve closed the match but, in the end, it was Luna Vachon who fell short.

Velvet McIntyre & Babyface Nellie & Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West defeat Medusa Miceli & Luna Vachon & Mad Maxine & Rhonda Singh in 21:04 when Velvet McIntyre pins Luna Vachon after a swinging hurricanrana

After the match, the Monsters remain in the ring for a dressing down from their leader. Far from simply screaming at them, however, Medusa Miceli decides to become physical and starts to pummel Luna Vachon mercilessly. When Rhonda Singh tries to pull her away, she gets a hard elbow to the face.

Medusa Miceli and Rhonda Singh then end up in a brawl that is only ended by the intervention of Mad Maxine. She takes a dramatically long time to decide who to side with but, ultimately, decides to pick up her leader and dump her violently over the ropes and onto the floor.

We cut away from the chaos as it dies down in order to collect at least one interview. The faces relish in both their victory and the implosion of the Monsters.

Next up, the two teams that advanced for the first round of the tag tournament earlier in the night square off. All four women appear to have recuperated, making for a stronger match with a slower pace and more intelligent strategizing. In the end, it seems to come down to who wants in more and the faces, desperate to make up for their stablemates’ failure and reinsert the Giant Slayers into the title picture, are the ones with that little bit extra oomph.

Desiree Petersen & Selina Majors defeat Leilani Kai & Judy Martin in 17:39 when Desiree Petersen submits Judy Martin with a Boston crab

Another hype package for the main event takes us through to the interviews. The Glamour Girls allege that they were actually fighting injured as a result of the “extreme violence” of Lady Apache and Vicky Carranza and, therefore, deserve to have the result thrown out and the match rerun at a later date. The Giant Slayers, on the other hand, are ecstatic about their victories and the four all agree to redouble their training efforts, in order to eventually topple Wendi Richter.

For the main event, Debbie Combs is given an elaborate entrance as she comes down to the ring, brimming with confidence. Lisa Moretti remains passive throughout, hiding her hatred well. As soon as the bell is rung, the gloves come off and both women take each other to the edge.

Debbie Combs has improved since their last bout and yet she remains on the backfoot throughout. The commentators speculate that Lisa Moretti might have successfully rattled her psychological over the past few weeks. Lisa Moretti doesn’t leave anything to chance and takes every short cut she can, leaving every referee’s count to four, pulling her opponent’s hair and poking her eyes as often as she can. Debbie Combs weathers the abuse, however, and responds with force whenever she has the opportunity.

The competitors trade signature moves and score a near-fall each before the finish. In the end, the match comes to a close with controversy.

Lisa Moretti defeats Debbie Combs in 26:09 by pinfall with her feet on the ropes to win the NWA World Women’s Championship and retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

The programme ends on a shot of a tearful and disbelieving Debbie Combs staring up at a gleeful Lisa Moretti taunting the crowd.

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A one night tournament sees one pair of Giant Slayers earn a title match as the other pair falls to the current holders. 

The Monsters have finally had enough of Medusa's bullshit & leave her on the floor in a heap.

A dirty finish heralds the birth of 3 belts Moretti! She's gonna be insufferable & I'm all for it.

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As always WWW delivers with another exciting Supercard.

The tag team action was off the charts tonight. I love how everybody gets a chance to shine in the ring and with promos. 

Peterson and Majors come out on top and set themselves up as a serious threat for the titles. 

Richter and Peggy Lee remain champs but sooner or later Richter's arrogance might cost them the titles. 

Looks like the monsters have taken a stand against Medusa. Not sure Medusa will find many friends to help her out of this one. 

I couldn't wait for Combs and Moretti. Big time main event as Moretti wins the title!!! Moretti's build has been so well done. Looking forward to her well deserved title reign. 

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Great job with the slow play on the angle with the problems within the Monsters!  This is going to be fun to follow.

Moretti is now the owner of 3 belts... looking forward to see how this all plays out.  So many options... she has 3 feuds at once.... a title unification... one big challenger for all 3.... can't wait to see where this goes.

Peggy Lee and Richter stay on top but for how long... another great angle as I think we all feel Richter values th songles title more than the tag belt.  Will this sit well with Peggy Lee.

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXIX – 1st of September 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Debbie Combs & Misty Blue Simmes & Babyface Nellie versus Wendi Richter & Peggy Lee Leather & KC Houston

The programme kicks off this week with highlights from the supercard, mainly revolving around the crowning of a new world champion. When we get to the television title match, it’s obvious that Medusa Miceli has been rattled by the aftermath of her match at the supercard, she appears distracted and hesitant throughout and has no one at ringside to help her. Velvet McIntyre takes full advantage of the situation and presses the champ at every turn.

The two women go hard and become quite ruthless towards the end but the finish could’ve been predicting from the opening bell as Medusa Miceli misses a crucial opportunity to execute her signature move and Velvet McIntyre capitalises.

Velvet McIntyre defeats Medusa Miceli in 14:44 by pinfall after a swinging hurricanrana to win the WWW Television Championship

After a brief video interlude, we get to the interviews. Medusa Miceli is enraged, tosses a chair across the hall and promises to get even with everyone who’s wronged her. Velvet McIntyre gushes about her victory and wishes luck to her friends in the main event tonight.

A commercial break then takes us through to the first match-up for a newly formed team of Penny Mitchell and Candi Devine. They face Vicky Carranza and Lady Apache. A totally inexperienced team up against a low ranked but established team makes for an interesting match, with all participants having something to prove and a series of mistakes to deal with.

In the end, it’s the sheer mercilessness of Penny Mitchell that gets the job done.

Penny Mitchell & Candi Devine defeat Vicky Carranza & Lady Apache in 13:01 when Penny Mitchell pins Lady Apache after a swinging neckbreaker

Another video interlude then takes us to the interviews. The faces are disquieted by their loss and come to the realisation that they’ll need to be twice as good as any opponent that resorts to dirty tactics in order to stand a chance. Penny Mitchell uses her interview to gloat, promising to do great things now that she’s free of the deadweight that was Candice Pardue.

The second commercial break then takes us to the main event.

Debbie Combs and Wendi Richter enjoy the bulk of the ring time, with the hyper-confident Wendi Richter holding a distinct advantage over the demoralised Debbie Combs. The match is a fun back-and-forth with a relatively predictable finish. Whereas Wendi Richter is a cut above the other competitors, her tag partners are nowhere near skilled enough to help her capitalise on that advantage and both Misty Blue Simmes and Babyface Nellie fight with an awareness that they have to make up for a slightly shaken Debbie Combs.

Debbie Combs & Misty Blue Simmes & Babyface Nellie defeat Wendi Richter & Peggy Lee Leather & KC Houston in 15:20 when Babyface Nellie pins KC Houston after a running knee drop to retain the WWW Trios Championship

The programme ends with a shot of the three champions celebrating, though Debbie Combs appears unhappy with her performance.

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Seems Medusa needed her Monsters more than she thought. The reign of McIntyre begins!

Mitchell may be free of Perdue but she may have a future with Devine.

The trios champs retain for now but Combs had better pull it together or they may not be so lucky next time.

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Well Medusa found out the hard way, it pays to have friends.

Mitchell and Devine start off on the right track. I like this teaming. 

Poor Combs is really feeling distraught after her recent title loss. Luckily her teammates were there for her. This will be an interesting story. 

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The Medusa/Mosters angle is really well done.  Can't wait to see what is next here.  Does Medusa ask to rejoin?  find a new stable? or go it alone and show them all who is boss?  SO many cool choices.

Well written main event that has Babyface and KC in the finish to keep everyone else strong. 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXX – 8th of September 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Lisa Moretti versus Babyface Nellie for the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

This week, the programme kicks off with a new video intro with a lot of new footage of Lisa Moretti spliced in. The traditional television opener then gets underway, with Velvet McIntyre looking to defend her title from Mad Maxine.

The match is deliberate and well-rehearsed, with a dozen or so spots to show of the raw power of Mad Maxine. Velvet McIntyre more than holds her own but is denied a clean win by Medusa Miceli who shows up at ringside to distract her former disciple.

Velvet McIntyre defeats Mad Maxine in 13:09 by pinfall with a schoolboy roll-up to retain the WWW Television Championship

After a brief video interlude, we head to the interviews. Before Mad Maxine or any of her fellow monsters can speak, however, she is tackled by an enraged Medusa Miceli who proceeds to wail on her until the other girls manage to pull her away. The three monsters struggling to contain their former leader and take nasty hits for their trouble but they’re eventually able to subdue her and are in the middle of torturing her when staff run in to break it up and we cut to commercials.

The next match on the card is a tag team bout, featuring another newly formed team. Candice Pardue has decided to follow her old mentor’s example and found another partner, in the form of Misty Blue Simmes. Their opponents, Ashly Kennedy and Brittany Brown get a few moves in here and there but are mostly there to let the new team show off.

Misty Blue Simmes & Candice Pardue defeat Brittany Brown & Ashly Kennedy in 08:56 when Misty Blue Simmes pins Ashly Kennedy after a diving splash

Another video interlude then takes us to the interviews. The heels rant and rave and refuse to take any responsibility for their loss, as is quite typical. On the other hand, the interview with the babyfaces is more interesting. Misty Blue Simmes talks up her and her partner’s abilities and says she has high hopes for them as a team, but Candice Pardue spends all of her interview time ranting about Penny Mitchell.

A second commercial break then takes us to the main event. Lisa Moretti carries the two titles she’s set to defend around her shoulders and her newly won world championship around her waist. She milks her entrance for all its worth, driving Babyface Nellie up the wall.

The tactic works and she’s able to side-step her enraged opponent when Babyface Nellie goes for a takedown at the opening, instead transitioning to belly-to-back suplex that comes close to ending the match just as soon as it’s begun. After that scare, Babyface Nellie tones down her recklessness and the two have a nice technical match. Lisa Moretti is seemingly less worried about the titles she’s defending here than her world title – or so the commentators speculate – and we don’t see much in the way of dirty tactics from her.

After a few traded near falls, however, the champ steps things up a notch.

Lisa Moretti defeats Babyface Nellie in 16:02 by pinfall after a powerslam to retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship

We go off air to a shot of Lisa Moretti holding up her world title.

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We were all wondering how Medusa would respond to losing her group & her title & the answer seems to be...she's lost her goddamm mind!

Misty Blue & Pardue have serious potential...if Pardue can focus that is.

Moretti coasts for a bit & it nearly costs her 2 of her 3 titles. Interested to see how this plays out.

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Great show.  Medusa starts off strong being by herself.  The question is.... Can she take on the Monsters all alone or will she need help?  Can't wait to see!

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It's only a matter of time before all the monsters take Medusa down. 

Misty and Candice could be tag team contenders but first Candice needs to get closure with Mitchell. 

Is there anybody more over than Moretti? However, I wonder how long she can hold all those titles. 

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Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXXI – 15th of September 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada

Advertised Match:

Medusa Miceli versus Winona Little Heart

We open hot barely a second before the television title match gets underway. Velvet McIntyre is facing Rhonda Singh. The Monsters are at ringside, though their impact on the match is minimal as they seem to be there to keep Medusa Miceli at bay. Their former leader uses their divided attention against them, then, as she bolts down the ramp during the finishing stretches of the match, just after the champ delivers her signature move.

Velvet McIntyre defeats Rhonda Singh in 13:33 by pinfall after a swinging hurricanrana to retain the WWW Television Championship

There is chaos at ringside as Medusa Miceli barrels into her former followers with unmatched ferocity. The Monsters’ numbers and size advantage eventually works out in their favour as they manage to restrain and briefly beatdown on their assailant but only after suffering several nasty blows for their trouble.

Staff swarm the ringside area as we cut to an interview with a successfully evacuated Velvet McIntyre. She says that Medusa Miceli is a menace who needs to be suspended but equally remarks that one of the Monsters have what it takes to make something of themselves without her.

A commercial break then takes us to some tag team action, with the newly formed team of Penny Mitchell and Candi Devine taking on a tougher challenge this week against the Star Girls.

Both teams give each other hell, with the heels cheating at every turn and the faces delivering several high-risk moves. The difference maker is Penny Mitchell whose renewed confidence gives her the edge she needs to put the match away.

Penny Mitchell & Candi Devine defeats Rockin’ Robin & Jamie West in 12:01 when Penny Mitchell pins Rockin’ Robin after a swinging neckbreaker

After a brief video interlude – this one hard-selling the merchandise catalogue – we get to the interviews. The Star Girls spend the whole time talking up the abilities of their opponents and resolving to come up with a viable strategy to counter them. Penny Mitchell monopolises her interview time to deliver various threats towards Misty Blue Simmes and Candice Pardue – promising to beat them bloody next week.

A second commercial break then takes us to the main event. A slightly bruised Medusa Miceli still fights like a woman possessed against her underdog opponent. The Giant Slayers are in Winona Little Heart’s corner cheering her on and giving her just enough energy to stay in the match. A few well-timed moves from the top come close to giving her an upset win but Medusa Miceli comes back stronger and nastier each time.

The finish comes when the Monsters decide to give their former leader a taste of her own medicine and distract her with taunts that come very close to getting the referee to throw the match out. Instead, Winona Little Heart pulls it off.

Winona Little Heart defeats Medusa Miceli in 16:31 by pinfall with a schoolboy roll-up

An enraged Medusa Miceli immediately gets to work attacking the winner. This terrible decision ends with her getting a beating from seven women as we go off air.

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Mitchell/Devine vs Simmes/Pardue is gonna tear the house down! Perhaps literally.

But the real story of this episode was the furthering of Medusa's feud with her former minions. But Medusa's temper gets the best of her & catches her 2 asswhoopings in the same show,the second one involving The Giant Slayers.

As a aside, I wonder which Monster McIntyre was talking about.

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Great win for Velvet over Rhonda Singh!

Is it wrong that I actually feel bad for Medusa here? She's either going have to pick her battles or make some new friends.

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I have to say that you've done an amazing job of making a viable women's promotions in the 80's wrestling landscape, and that certainly isn't easy. There's no GLOW style bullshit going on, the athletes are treated with respect, and I can honestly say it would have been interesting to see how something like this could have fared if it was given a real opportunity in that time frame.

Glad to see Velvet getting the run with the belt. Awesome that young Lisa Moretti is getting off to a strong start, and the Medusa angle is a lot of fun.

Good Stuff All Around!

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Madusa seems to need some help but what a story it would be if she goes out and destroys the Monsters all by herself.  You do a great job here but Madusa vs The Monsters is awesme.  I know Richter and a few other's dominated back then but really like how you made thia your own project.

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