WWE EVOLUTION RESULTS: Nassau Coliseum Plays Host to History (October, 28th 2018)

Sunday Night saw history made in Uniondales Nassau Coliseum as WWE finally brought to us its first all women’s Pay Per View, titled WWE Evolution. Regardless of booking and matches that were thrown in in the final week with bare build behind it, the women of WWE, from RAW to Smackdown to NXT proved that … Continue reading

WWE EVOLUTION PREDICTIONS (October, 28th 2018)

Welcome all to My Official #WWEEvolution Predictions Post. Tonight the first ever WWE All Womens Pay Per View is taking place and putting some questionable booking aside, im really hyped to watch the event and to see every woman booked competing on it. While my Evolution write up next week wont be move for move … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #220: Layla and Michelle McCool Conclude Their Therapy Sessions on WWE Smackdown (April, 22nd 2011)

Welcome all to this weeks first wrestling related post of the week, and the start of the week sees a new episode of Monday Night RAW and the return of Superstar Therapy sessions. As found out last week, the explosive implosion of Sasha Banks and Bayleys friendship lead to RAW GM Kurt Angle confronting both … Continue reading

WWE ROYAL RUMBLE RESULTS: A Winner Decided, History Made But Things Are About to Get More “Rowdy” for the WWE Womens Divisions (January, 28th 2018)

Welcome to the WWE Royal Rumble Report, and years ago when i started this site writing about women’s wrestling matches, the thought of a Women’s Royal Rumble may have only just crossed peoples minds and years later, the divisions have drastically changed, the match qualities have been better (though we know the women from several … Continue reading

WWE RAW RESULTS: Old Faces Emerge for a Big Night, But Rumble Far From Forgotten (January, 22nd 2018)

Greetings to all. Its Catherine here to talk all things womens wise from this Mondays 25th Anniversary of Monday Night RAW. The Rumble build up was far from forgotten with Asuka teaming with Sasha Banks, Bayley and Mickie James against Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Nia Jax and Alicia Fox (all women set to compete in … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #197: WWE Womens Thanksgiving Tag Team Match; Maryse Returns to Monday Night RAW (November, 23rd 2009)

Welcome all to a new week of wrestling and what a big one its going to be. Right now we have the airing of the 25th Anniversary of Monday Night RAW, Saturday we have the first NXT Takeover Pay Per View of the new year and Sunday is the WWE Royal Rumble with its first … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #174: Interpromotional Womens Number One Contendership Battle Royal at WWE Summerslam 2007 (August, 26th 2007)

Summerslam Week has finally dawned on us, as the 29th overall Summerslam Pay Per View airs this Sunday Live on the WWE Network, with two women’s matches set. Jump back 10 or 20 years ago it was rare for any women to compete on the card, with action being nil or sparse. 2007 served its … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #163: Beth Phoenix vs Michelle McCool for the WWE Womens Championship at Extreme Rules 2010 (April, 25th 2010)

On Sunday, something wicked nears as WWE delivers their next Pay Per View, a dangerous one for most indeed in the form of Extreme Rules. Speaking of wicked, back in 2010 LayCool were the center evil of the Women’s Division, and were the focal disdain point for the Glamazon Beth Phoenix. LayCool also had Vickie … Continue reading

Cattie’s Catch Up: Natalya vs LayCool for the Divas Championship at WWE Survivor Series (November, 21st 2010)

Welcome All to this weeks edition of Cattie’s Catch Up, and this week looks at the topic of fresh champions with Alexa Bliss’s crowning as the new RAW Womens Champion. Though not in the title picture as of this moment in time, Natalya Neidhart, the Niece of WWE Legend Bret “The Hitman” Hart, has been … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #150: Layla and Michelle McCool vs Natalya and Beth Phoenix in a Tag Team Tables Match (December, 19th 2010)

Its Just Minutes Before the Last Monday Night RAW of February, and with it comes another week opening feature here on the Site. Now whether you are caught up or not, the news has broke today that the 2017 Hall of Fame Female Inductee will be Beth Phoenix, and in honor of this fairly early … Continue reading

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