Preview: Shine 66 (1/23/2021)

Shine 66

It’s been nearly one year since the last Shine Wrestling event. Shine 65 was held back on February 29, 2020, and after that, the COVID-19 pandemic shut the vast majority of independent wrestling down. With the new hopes of 2021, Shine is taking the opportunity to come back with incredible women’s wrestling! In addition to regulars like Allie Recks, the WOAD, Kimber Lee, and others, there are several debuts in store for Shine 66. Katalina Perez, Sahara Seven, the Ava-Taker Ava Everett, Erica Torres, and Harlow O’Hara are making their Shine debuts. It will also be Stormie Lee’s return to wrestling following a career-threatening neck injury; O’Hara has been absent from wrestling for some time as well. 

Full Card for Shine 66

  • Sparkle Showcase Match
    Chelsea Durden vs. Katalina Perez
  • Sahara Seven vs. Ava Everett
  • Erica Torres vs. Harlow O’Hara
  • Kimber Lee vs. Stormie Lee
  • ACW Women’s Championship Match
    Allie Recks (c) vs. Amber Nova
  • Shine Tag Team Championship Match
    Better Than You (Marti Belle & Jayme Jameson) (c) vs. Dynamite DiDi & Rocky Radley
  • Shine Nova Championship Match
    Natalia Markova (c) vs. The WOAD
  • Shine Championship Match
    Ivelisse (c) vs. Allysin Kay
Photo / Shine Wrestling

Shine Nova Championship Match
Natalia Markova (c) vs. The WOAD 

The WOAD, the final form of the wrestler formally known as Dementia D’Rose and Double D Rose, is coming for the Shine Nova Championship. The one-eyed, thick thighed Weapon of Ass Destruction is no stranger to the current champion, the Russian Crush Natalia Markova. She and Markova have clashed twice before, each more devastating than the last. These two strong women bring out the fight in each other and at Shine 66 the fight will be on once again. 

Shine Championship Match
Ivelisse (c) vs. Allysin Kay

Shine 66
Photo / Scott Lesh

The battle between these two former stablemates has been brewing for over a year. Allysin Kay and Ivelisse were once both part of Valkyrie, but those days are long behind them. They first clashed at Shine 56 when the AK47 was Shine Champion, and again at Shine 60. Kay would be victorious on both occasions. Since then, the title has changed hands to Mercedes Martinez and then to the current champion, Ivelisse. In defeating her former tag team partner, La Sicaria became the first-ever three-time Shine Champion and her current reign has passed 400 days. Allysin Kay is determined to become the next three-time Shine Champion and at Shine 66, she will get that opportunity. 

Limited tickets are available for Shine 66 on Event Brite. Shine 66 takes place on January 23rd with a start time of 8 pm Eastern. If you are unable to attend in person, it will be streaming live on ClubWWN

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