Preview: Mission Pro Wrestling Presents Hell Hath No Fury (9/18/20)

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Thunder Rosa’s new promotion, Mission Pro Wrestling presents their first show, Hell Hath No Fury, on September 18th.  Rosa’s friend and tag team partner, Holidead, will be on commentary and she will be joined by Brittani Nikole. As a wrestler who has worked with most, if not all, of the women, announced so far, Holidead will be able to provide a distinct and unique insight to the action. Brittani is the owner of Elev8 Pro Wrestling based out of Louisiana. She’s also their host, interviewer and ring announcer.

Madi Wrenkowski vs. Red Velvet

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“Miss Reality” Madi Wrenkowski will also be appearing at Hell Hath No Fury. She has trained under Chris Marval, Jazz, Rodney Mack, and Funaki at the Hybrid School of Wrestling in San Antonio. She is very competitive, and always strives to better herself. On September 18th, she’ll be looking to serve a Reality Check to Red Velvet. Ms. Velvet, sweeter than wine and straight out yo momma’s kitchen, has made a handful of appearances for All Elite Wrestling. She’s also a regular for Fighting Evolution Wrestling and Full Throttle Pro Wrestling in her native Florida. Red Velvet is also the current FTPW Women’s Champion. She may have a name in common with a confectionery treat, but she has athleticism and sass in spades.

Elayna Black vs. Raychell Rose

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The Sorceress of Sin, Elayna Black, will be making her debut in the state of Texas at Hell Hath No Fury. Black has been on a string of debuts as of late, working for Warrior Wrestling, Game Changer Wrestling, and Black Label Pro. Here she will take on the Queen of House Rose, Raychell Rose. Rose is bound and determined to make this newcomer bend the knee to her. Both Rose and Black started wrestling about the same time, in 2018. Who will come out smelling like a rose? You can watch live on the Title Match Wrestling Network!

Alex Gracia vs. Avery Taylor

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The Pink Dream, Alex Gracia has become a staple on the women’s independent scene since her debut in 2018.  In February she debuted in Mexico, working for CMLL (as Alexandra), and KAOZ Lucha Libre; she also worked for a freelance lucha show entitled Invasion Americana. The Texas native has also competed for regular haunts such as Reality of Wrestling and Shine Wrestling. Her opponent at Hell Hath No Fury is The First Lady of Rock and Roll, Avery Taylor. Taylor, current American Combat Wrestling Women’s Champion, is in her second reign with the gold with this one clocking in well past the one year mark as of publication. The Florida native is also two years into her career, mostly staying under the WWN Live banner of companies such as Shine, ACW, Full Impact Pro, and EVOLVE Wrestling prior to its closure earlier this year. These two rising stars will be fighting for dominance in this new promotion.

Rok-C vs. Jenna Van Muscles

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Also on the card for Hell Hath No Fury is The Prodigy, Rok-C. Like many of the young talent on this card, she trained under Booker T at the Reality of Wrestling school. She is also the current ROW Diamonds Division champion, having wrested the belt from Hyan in February. She’s also made appearances for Sabotage Wrestling, Hurricane Pro Wrestling, Lions Pride Sports, New Texas Pro Wrestling, RISE and SHIMMER. In her young career though, she probably hasn’t faced an opponent quite like this before though. Jenna Van Muscles is an incredible physical specimen with untold amounts of strength. The Bionic Beauty was trained by Rain and is a regular for Shine and Scuola Italiana Wrestling based out of Italy. Jenna has also appeared for SEAdLINNNG in Japan.

Vert Vixen & Jenna Lynn vs. Promise Braxton & Killa Kate

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There will also be tag team action at Hell Hath No Fury! The Rebel Buddhist, Promise Braxton will team up with Killa Kate. Braxton has been wrestling for around three years, starting in the Pennsylvania area before relocating to Texas. She’s been part of ROW shows since January 2020. Kate has been in wrestling for about the same amount of time, though she began her training under Lou Gotti at DFW All-Pro. Now she works with Ember Moon and her husband Matthew Palmer. Their opponents are Vert Vixen and Jenna Lynn, who had their first outing as a team in February at Ladies Night Out 9. Unfortunately for them, it was in defeat to Braxton who was teaming with Myka Madrid. Since this match was announced, both teams have been trading social jabs and gearing up for what should be a hidden gem match.

La Rosa Negra vs. Big Swole

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In a first-time-ever encounter, La Rosa Negra will take on All Elite Wrestling’s Big Swole. Swole, who is currently still besting Dr. Britt Baker, DMD, takes very few independent bookings these days. Having her be part of Hell Hath No Fury is a huge treat for the promotion as they begin. Swole may be slight of stature but she is built and very strong, proficient in striking and other power moves. La Rosa Negra is around the same height as Swole but has her beat in terms of experience. She’s also been all around the world, a veteran of many tours in Japan for various joshi promotions. Both women also have large personalities that make up for their lack of vertical height.

Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Lindsay Snow

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In the main event of Hell Hath No Fury, the illustrious NWA World Women’s Championship will be defended. La Mera Mera, Thunder Rosa, hot off her championship duel with Hikaru Shida, rides in with her title still intact. The proud luchadora has been a fighting champion, defending against contenders no matter which company they are affiliated with. Her opponent here is the American Kaiju, Lindsay Snow. Snow has a slight size and power advantage over the champion, but both are strong strikers. Thunder Rosa has an MMA training background in addition to her wrestling training. It’s only appropriate that as she leads this new promotion into wrestling that she be part of the show herself.

Fans will be in attendance, however, the number is limited due to social distancing requirements. Hell Hath No Fury will also stream live on the Title Match Wrestling Network.

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