The first ever female Impact Hall of Famer and Six Time Knockouts Champion, Gail Kim, announced last week during a GFW:IMPACT episode that she will be retiring by the end of the year.
Earlier this year, WWE announced that it was a going to hold an All-Women WWE Tournament in the vein of their recent successful UK and Cruiserweight Classic Tournaments. The Mae Young Classic as it being called, promises to the deliver unrivaled, pulse-pounding action featuring some of the top female wrestling talents from all over the world. While the final details of the Tournament are still hard to lock down, WWE has announced a significant part of the roster.
Here they all are including official descriptions from straight from WWE themselves:
It’s almost been a year since Brandi Rhodes or Eden Stiles shared these tweets announcing her release from WWE.
During the recently concluded Wrestlemania Week in Florida, WWE announced that 32 of the top female competitors from around the world will participate in a tournament this summer which will be exclusively aired on the WWE Network. The top female competitors are reportedly from 17 different countries and are expected to showcase the international diversity of women’s wrestling.
PWR Renaissance did not disappoint! This Filipino brand gave us so many good things to talk about and we’re lucky enough that one of the wrestlers who stole the show gave us a chance to ask her a few questions.
In this interview, we talked to Robynn, one of the up and coming wrestlers of PWR about her debut, character and how she got into wrestling.
There’s something very enticing about one of the newest female Superstars from NXT despite her lack of wrestling experience compared to the others who were called up during the draft earlier this year. We’ve listed down a few reasons why WWE Raw’s Nia Jax is certainly not like most girls.
Admit it – Nikki Bella is one of the most interesting Diva’s in Smackdown. She surprised everyone when she returned after suffering from a career ending injury. We have compiled a few facts about this modern day Wonderwoman to help you get to know her more.
1. She was a Soccer MVP
Before becoming the longest reigning Diva’s Champion in the WWE, Nikki was pretty much involved with Soccer. She got the MVP award on her freshman year when she was playing for Chapparal High in Arizona. Her team won a state title and she was eventually offered a full scholarship in Arizona State University.The offer was revoked because of a serious injury and she ended up playing for Grossmont University.
Get to know Emma – NXT’s bubbly girl who turned into a woman with attitude after debuting again in RAW.