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

Io Shirai to Battle Toni Storm in the Finals of the Mae Young Classic Tournament at Sundays WWE Evolution Pay Per View (October, 24th 2018)

Last Night saw the conclusion of the semifinals of the second ever Mae Young Classic Tournament, and the results saw Japans Io Shirai and New Zealand Born Toni Storm overcome respective opponents, the Ruthless Rhea Ripley and the Legendary Meiko Satomura in order to secure their final spots. The hard fought competitors will meet in … Continue reading

Cattie’s Catch Up: Toni Storm vs Kairi Sane; Mae Young Classic Semi Final Match (September, 7th 2017)

Welcome to that time of the week, that time to deliver a midweek throwback women’s wrestling moment. The Mae Young Classic third episode just recently culminated, and featured on the said episode was Toni Storm. The Australian Born Former Progress Women’s Champion battled the current champion Jinny on this weeks episode with determination to advance … Continue reading

Your Monday Post #178: Toni Storm vs Kairi Sane; Mae Young Classic Semifinal Match (September, 4th 2017)

Welcome all to a pre RAW edition of Your Monday Post, and a well timed one if i must say so myself. For the past two weeks, ive briefly highlighted moments from Shayna Baszlers journey in the Mae Young Classic, a tournament that saw 32 women from around the world compete for the honor of … Continue reading

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