#AndNEW: WSW Crowns First Women’s Champion

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Jordynne Grace has become the inaugural World Series Wrestling (WSW) Women’s Champion. The title was decided in a small tournament held over four days. This event series was called International Assault: Defend and Destroy. She defeated Shazza McKenzie and Kellyanne, the latter of whom Jordynne pinned. To advance to the finals, each woman competed in a qualifying match. On March 7th, Jordynne defeated Savannah Summers to advance. Shazza defeated Erika Reid and Kellyanne defeated Indi Hartwell to earn their spots.

Jordynne is also the current PROGRESS Women’s Champion. She has also most recently held the Womens Superstars Uncensored (WSU) Spirit Championship and the Black Label Pro Heavyweight Championship. Other titles the young Knockout has held are the Battle Club Pro Icons Championship, Pro Wrestling Magic Women’s Championship, and the now inactive LCW Vixen Championship. At just 23 years old, Jordynne’s trophy case is just starting to fill up.


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