On November 13th Generation Championship Wrestling crowns a new women’s champion with a tournament that promises to host some of the top women’s wrestlers on the indies. The first four names for the tournament have been announced
The first four participants in the Generation Championship Wrestling – GCW Women's Tournament are announced. @priscillakelly_@theeredvelvett@zoeyskyepro@amisylle@GCWWrestlingPro Women's Tournament #GCW14
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— Generation Championship Wrestling – GCW (@GCWWrestlingPro) October 6, 2020
Kelly is a former Mae Young Classic Competitor who has also appeared for All Elite Wrestling. When she’s not breaking the internet with her boundary-pushing spots she is someone that top companies clearly have their eyes on. Hell’s Favourite Harlot is an instant favourite to win the tournament for our money.
Fans of AEW will be familiar with Red Velvet who just last week wrestled on Dynamite in a losing effort against Britt Baker. Velvet has been racking up appearances in AEW, mostly on AEW Dark, but the experience must be invaluable and wrestling some of the world’s best has to have improved her game. Velvet comes back to the indies with a lot to prove so keep your eyes on her.
Zoey Skye started 2020 competing in Stardom’s High Speed Grand Prix, while COVID put an end to those plans she could end 2020 on a high by winning the GCW Women’s Tournament at GCW 14. The veteran Sky has experience wrestling for some of the worlds elite women’s wrestling companies and she will put all of that experience to use here in an effort to win the tournament and the championship.
Queen Aminata is coming off a huge match at GCW where she took on Trish Adora. She looks to follow up on that by winning this tournament to become the new GCW Women’s Champion. Aminata spent some time last year in Japan training with Marvelous under Chigusa Nagayo, one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, with that kind of experience under her belt Queen Aminata is a prime contender to win the GCW Women’s Tournament.
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