Nation Extreme Wrestling Is NEW Voice In Canadian Indie Scene

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It’s only been a few months since the announcement of a new West Coast Canadian indie promotion kicking into operation when Nation Extreme Wrestling (NEW) announced their arrival on Twitter in July of this past summer. The new Vancouver, British Columbia promotion announced an all-star who’s who of West Coast talent featuring international indie stars, […] READ MORE


Nation Extreme Wrestling Launches in Vancouver

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Last summer during the pandemic, the #SpeakingOut movement changed the landscape of pro wrestling as years of abuse and intolerance came to light against wrestlers, promotions, and others through brave recounts posted online from victims. In Canada, allegations against a former owner of Vancouver’s Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling (ECCW), arguably Western Canada’s biggest indie promotion, […] READ MORE


Preview: The Summit: SHIMMER, Smash, RISE, Femme Fatales (8/10/19)

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One of the first special shows announced for this jam-packed SummerSlam weekend was The Summit. The premier promotions for women’s wrestling in North America: SHIMMER, RISE, NCW Femmes Fatales, and Smash Wrestling join forces to present The Summit. Many of the stars featured here crossover through most if not all of the promotions involved. https://twitter.com/RISEdtwa/status/1158775550737047552?s=20 […] READ MORE


Smash Wrestling Announces Massive 4-Way Match Added To The Summit

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As Smash Wrestling prepares to host the inaugural wrestling event The Summit, Quebec women’s promotion Femmes Fatales (one of the co-promotions) have announced a massive fatal four-way match at the event in the announcement below. Toronto is the place to be now and it will also be on August 10 when LuFisto, Cheerleader Melissa, Allysin […] READ MORE


Preview: Smash CANUSA Classic ’18 (10/27/18)

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Toronto’s Smash Wrestling has become Canada’s premier indie promotion, through hard work, fan interaction, and the combination of cutting edge international talent and emerging (and established) local and Canadian indie stars. One thing Smash has been a leader in is the use of women’s wrestling as a feature rather than a novelty, going back to […] READ MORE


Full Squads Revealed for Smash Wrestling CANUSA Classic

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Every since 2013, Toronto’s Smash Wrestling has held an annual battle called the CANUSA Classic, pairing two competing teams of women’s wrestlers, one representing Canada and the other the USA. Over the years, some of the top indie stars in women’s wrestling have competed, including WWE Superstars like Ruby Riott (Heidi Lovelace) and Candice LeRae, […] READ MORE


Preview: DEFY Seattle Wrestling DEFY Club (9/8/18)

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On Saturday, September 8th, DEFY Wrestling presents its Seattle Wrestling DEFY Club event. The event has an incredible card with notable names from throughout the wrestling world. The promotion has made some changes and, in the process, only added to the overall presentation of the event. The inclusion of IMPACT Wrestling‘s Allie and ECW legend […] READ MORE


Mae Young Classic ‘Parade of Champions’ Airing Live at 7pm EST

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Tonight at 7pm EST, live on WWE’s YouTube Channel, Twitter and Facebook Live Channel, WWE is presenting the Mae Young Classic: Parade of Champions, a live special introducing 31 of the 32 confirmed Superstars who will compete in this year’s Mae Young Classic II. The final spot in the tournament will be decided in a […] READ MORE


Four More Mae Young Classic Competitors Announced

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WWE has confirmed four more entrants into this year’s Mae Young Classic II, joining previously announced Kaitlyn and Rhea Ripley. Japanese superstar Io Shirai, PROGRESS Women’s Champion Jinny, former American Ninja star Kacy¬†Catanzaro and Canadian indie star Nicole Matthews were all announced today by the WWE. IO SHIRAI The former World of Stardom Champion was […] READ MORE


Preview: SHIMMER 100 (4/7/2018)

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There’s been plenty of debate in the past year about when and where the current Women’s Revolution in pro wrestling truly occurred – some argue it was in TNA during the mid 2000s when the Knockouts were redefining women’s wrestling on television, others claim that without the WWE pushing it into the mainstream, it would […] READ MORE