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ExtremeLeeClassic 12-26-2009 08:05 AM

FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling


In the deepest underground of professional wrestling, a new franchise is evolving. Some call it unusual, many call it unconventional. A new company which is based entirely on the art of women’s pro wrestling and the newfound American joshi style that once made companies like SHIMMER so successful. This is FEIST: Women’s Pro Wrestling, and it aims to show you why women’s pro wrestling will never be the same again.

FEIST is an all-female promotion. It prides itself in showcasing the best female wrestlers of this generation, and aims to overall change the negative karma about women's professional wrestling in general. Shows come in the form of usually (but not strictly set) bi-weekly tapings, which are then sent straight to DVD. But how did this idea, this ground breaking new promotion come about? Well...


It is October 2009 and the world of women’s wrestling is in jeopardy. SHIMMER Pro Wrestling, the top female wrestling industry in Northern USA, has been forced to close its doors due to the bad karma surrounding female pro wrestling leaving the company with low buy rates and dismal ticket sales. WWE and TNA have become more specialised in male wrestling, meaning women’s matches happen once in a blue moon. One man has realised this, but has also realised the potential that women’s wrestling can have. That man? James Mariati.

A complete unknown to the wrestling circuit, Mariati has been a man who has always aimed to provide wrestling fans with a suitable niche. But none of his ideas have worked, and have left him chewing on his own words. But Mariati has strong beliefs, and being a big fan of women’s wrestling, he was there to see women’s wrestling reach a pinnacle until it slowly began to decline. But instead of seeing the decline as a bad thing, he sees it as something good. An opportunity to show wrestling fans the true reality of what they’re missing. With some money aside, Mariati purchased an old disused warehouse in Cincinnati, Ohio, and then transformed this into an arena. He then decided of the name of the company- FEIST- which would personify something each and every individual on the roster has.

Then came the good part, the wrestlers he would gain. Always intending to make a shock, Mariati wanted noticeable women wrestlers to attract fans to the appeal of FEIST. He got talking, and found out that many women’s wrestlers were currently unhappy with their position in wrestling. With his skills, Mariati managed to persuade wrestlers along, and even managed to gain open contracts with some of WWE’s top female performers. But this wasn’t some random gain- it showed that every woman on the roster was alongside Mariati’s plan. They wanted to show the world what women’s pro wrestling is all about, and how it can survive along new grounds and platforms.



Alissa Flash
Angela Fong
Awesome Kong
Ayako Hamada
Beth Phoenix
Daizee Haze
Gail Kim
Jillian Hall
Katie Lea
Lisa-Marie Varon
Michelle McCool
Mickie James
Natalya Neidhart
Sara Del Rey
Sarah Stock
Saraya Knight
Sojo Bolt
Taylor Wilde

Unpretty *gimmick for Angel Orsini
Wesna Busic

greenchad1 12-27-2009 05:58 PM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
Sweet another all women's wrestling league besides mine I love it! Anyways I remember your TNA BTB and it was great so I expect big things from you on this one as well. Like the roster and can't wait for the first show!

ExtremeLeeClassic 12-28-2009 02:04 PM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling

That's right, folks, to kick off the new FEIST franchise in style, owner James Mariati has announced that the most established title of the company, the FEIST Main Event Championship, will be contested for via a tournament. This tournament will involve every single female on the roster, until we come down to a final three, who will battle it out in a three way dance in order to crown a champion. And here at feistprowrestling.com, we can announce the brackets of the first round of the tourney, with the following matches being spread across the first two tapings of FEIST's broadcast.

Round One Matches in the FEIST Main Event Title Tournament
These matches will be held in both Taping's one and two of FEIST broadcasting.

Gail Kim versus Taylor Wilde
Angela Fong versus Alissa Flash
Wesna Busic versus Natalya Neidhart
Serena versus Melina
Sojo Bolt versus Saraya Knight
Beth Phoenix versus Sarah Stock
Mickie James versus Unpretty
Katie Lea versus Daizee Haze
Sara Del Rey versus Daffney
Awesome Kong versus Jillian Hall
MsChif versus Michelle McCool
Lisa-Marie Varon versus Ayako Hamada

Predict if you wish

X-Power 12-28-2009 11:22 PM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
This BTB looks interesting as I've always enjoyed writing Women's Wrestling with the challenge of turning it into anything more than a joke. I'll be looking to see who becomes face/heel and who goes to the main event/midcard and maybe you can put some fresh faces up there. Also good to see no shitty divas in ring. I'll be a happy reader if you push Melina and Natalya.

Gail Kim versus Taylor Wilde
Angela Fong versus Alissa Flash
Wesna Busic versus Natalya Neidhart
Serena versus Melina
Sojo Bolt versus Saraya Knight
Beth Phoenix versus Sarah Stock
Mickie James versus Unpretty
Katie Lea versus Daizee Haze
Sara Del Rey versus Daffney
Awesome Kong versus Jillian Hall
MsChif versus Michelle McCool
Lisa-Marie Varon versus Ayako Hamada

I'll make sure to check this out.

ExtremeLeeClassic 12-29-2009 01:36 PM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
“Round One of the FEIST Main Event Championship Tournament”
Taping #1
October 27th, 2009
Attendance: 440

The Perfect Introduction
The broadcast kicked off with FEIST’s owner, James Mariati, standing in the ring, with briefcase in hand. After admitting that he was taking a gamble with his idea, he revealed that he is ‘100% behind’ what he is doing and how he cannot appreciate the fans enough for being here. Upon opening the briefcase, the fans eyes transfixed on the shiny golden belt inside, a belt that Mariati revealed was the FEIST Women’s Pro Wrestling Main Event Championship. This belt, Mariati said, wouldn’t be just handed out randomly- a huge 24-woman tournament would take place until three women battle it out in the final stages in an unannounced stipulation. Mariati revealed that the tournament would take place over a number of weeks, and that more surprises were in store for the anticipating audience. The first surprise, however, came straight after Mariati’s speech as the first match of the tourney was set to go underway.

Gail Kim defeats Taylor Wilde; Gail advances on in the tournament
In what can be argued as a match containing two experienced wrestlers of the ring, Gail managed to wrap up the victory following a diving sunset flip flowed into a jacknife pin. However, the match wasn’t an easy one for Gail, shown especially when Taylor swung the momentum her way by dropkicking Kim in the chest as she flew off the second rope for a springboard cross body. Soon, Gail started fighting back, even managing a diving stampede dropkick to Taylor before planting her with a Happy Ending neckbreaker, but neither could put Taylor away. Wilde almost seized the opportunity with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, but Gail was one step ahead as Taylor went for the frankensteiner from the top rope. Kim held onto the ropes to prevent the move, allowing her to capitalise with the roll up for the three counts. After Gail was announced the winner, she shook hands with Wilde whom in perfect sports-woman-ship raised Kim’s hand in glory.

Alissa Flash defeats Angela Fong; Flash advances on in the tournament
Two styles clashed in this match up, but the fast paced martial arts skill of Angela Fong simply could not match the rough and tough nature of ‘The Future Legend’ herself, Alissa Flash. Fong, however, did put up a good fight, managing to counter her way out of a suplex attempt with a tight small package in the early goings before decking Flash with a jumping enziguiri in the later proceedings which was mere milliseconds from the three. Alissa was always one step ahead though, countering out of Fong’s Saki Bomb attempt with a snapmare before managing to hit Fong with a wheelbarrow suplex into the turnbuckles which knocked her stupid. A Curb Stomp could have been the end to Fong, but Flash finally wrapped things up with an inside leg Michinoku Driver for the three counts.

No Longer the Laughing Stock?
Before her match-up against Wesna Busic, Natalya Neidhart caught up with FEIST announcer Lauren in the backstage area. Natalya seemed more adamant than ever before, claiming how former companies had completely disregarded her talent and how she is more than capable to pull off the victory tonight, or any night. In a final statement, Neidhart then explained how ‘tonight it starts with the Croatian bitch…oh baby!’- meaning her opponent- before leaving the scene.

Wesna Busic defeats Natalya Neidhart; Wesna advances on in the tournament
After Natalya’s strong words, it wouldn’t be insensitive to predict her as the winner of this match up. But in a surprising upset, ‘The Croatian Panther’ Wesna Busic managed to pull one out of the bag and gained the three counts over Neidhart in a long and exciting match up. Busic looked strong from the early goings, taking down Natalya with some nifty takedowns, but Neidhart managed a chop block on Wesna as she stood on the apron, dropping her back first on the hard surface. From there, Natalya almost reigned supreme, until Busic began fighting back with a nice STO takedown and almost got the victory with a knockout roundhouse kick! But Natalya was adamant to fight out, and a scoop slam against the ropes softened Wesna’s legs up to allow Neidhart to go for the patented Sharpshooter! But, as Neidhart went to lock the legs, Wesna managed a tight inside cradle…and surprisingly gained the three counts! The crowd was in shock, but were respective of Busic’s attempts in the match up…but one woman who wasn’t was an angry Natalya, who dropped ‘The Croatian Panther’ with a running axe handle to the back in a vicious post match attack! After refusing to unlock a sharpshooter, Neidhart had to be pulled off by referees, until she then broke free and unloaded a discus lariat to Wesna which dropped the victor to the floor!

Through The Eyes of the Glamazon
With the match up against Sarah Stock just over an hour away, the cameras joined Beth Phoenix, whom was seated on a table. Beth discussed how through all her life, she has wanted to be centre of attention, and believes she has achieved that goal in the former companies she has been in. But, she then claimed that her goal was to acclaim this in FEIST, and would take down anyone- ‘friends, family or foe’- to achieve that prize. Her focus then shifted onto her opponent later that night, Sarah Stock, and Beth mentioned how Stock ‘can try whatever over exaggerated move she wants…but the Glamazon will reign supreme tonight.’

Melina defeats Serena; Melina advances on in the tournament
The next match up showcased another tournament match up, and one that oozed competition and equal balance of ring awareness. Serena, under a new, cocky gimmick, refused to handshake Melina, and things broke down from there, with Melina gaining revenge with a beautiful Matrix evasion followed by a thrust kick. However, after dodging a neckscissors axe kick and flipping Melina onto the apron, Serena dished out a shoulder thrust to the gut which sent Melina flying off the apron and face first onto the steel barricade. Serena kept things on her side for a while, but the slight edge Melina had was evident, as she managed to jump her way out of an inverted powerslam and dropped Serena with some hard lariats. After kicking out of a seated senton attack, Serena tried to fight back, but was unsuccessful as Melina managed to roll through the legs and locked on a nice California Dream which forced Serena to tap out.

Saraya Knight defeats Sojo Bolt; Saraya advances on in the tournament
British born Saraya Knight wasn’t the favourite to win this match up, but as the match continued, she displayed how she was the better woman with vast technical skills. That wasn’t counting Sojo out though, as the former OVW champion really put it all on the line, knocking the wind out of Saraya’s sails with a unique spinning spinebuster. Saraya soon found the courage inside of her to armdrag her way out of a sleeper hold, and then things began going her way, especially after a sit out facebuster which was a hair length away from gaining the three. As the closing moments came, Saraya managed to rock Bolt with a back elbow from the ropes, before blasting her with a running high angle knee lift, a new finisher she likes to call the ‘Beautiful Knightmare.’ Three seconds later, a winner was crowned.

From a Senorita’s Point of View
Following Beth Phoenix’s comments earlier on in the night, the world of FEIST was dying to know how ‘Dark Angel’ Sarah Stock would respond. Luckily, FEIST interviewer Lauren was on hand to ask the die hard questions to Stock backstage. Stock first admitted how pleased she was to be in a company that ‘she could finally call home’ and how amazed she was at the talent. Sarah’s opinion was simple- the Glamazon could ‘think whatever she wants…thinking is only part of the game, actually fighting it out in the ring is the main priority’. This was followed by Stock quoting the famous line ‘it is not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog’ in fluent Spanish before heading off to her headline match.

Headline Match; Beth Phoenix defeats Sarah Stock; Phoenix advances on in the tournament
True perfection was on display in this contest. Following constant hype throughout the show, this thirty minute contest pitted two supreme athletes against one another in a match to remember. Phoenix constantly flaunted her power throughout, but sometimes this was her weakness as Stock managed to jump out of a Military press and almost put Beth away with a rolling wheelbarrow pin. A few minutes later, however, Beth was tired of playing the technical game, and managed to catch Stock off a cross body from the second rope and amazingly transferred this move into a rolling fireman’s carry slam! From there, ‘The Glamazon’ was one step ahead and viciously threw Stock hard into the canvas and turnbuckles. However, Stock would not give up off a stretch muffler from Beth, and managed to use the ropes to stand before taking the larger athlete down with a lovely hurracanrana! Sarah then used the momentum on her side to rock Beth with a running dropkick, and almost seized the win following a nice standing moonsault. But Beth battled back, and managed to sneak in a devastating lariat to Stock, but yet this could not keep her down! Again, the match went back and forth following a side belly to belly suplex courtesy of ‘Dark Angel’, but Stock only got the two! Things broke down however when Sarah went for a wheelbarrow roll up, but Beth managed to use her power to reverse it with a Glam Slam…followed by rolling into another devastating Glam Slam! Following the two finishers, it was no surprise that Stock’s shoulders were pinned to the ground one, two, three, and that Beth would wrap up a tremendous opening night of FEIST in style!


Quick Results
Gail Kim defeats Taylor Wilde; pinfall; Sunset Flip/Jacknife pin
Alissa Flash defeats Angela Fong; pinfall; Inside-Leg Michinoku Driver
Wesna Busic defeats Natalya Neidhart; pinfall; Inside Cradle
Melina defeats Serena; submission; California Dream
Saraya Knight defeats Sojo Bolt; pinfall; Beautiful Knightmare
Beth Phoenix defeats Sarah Stock; pinfall; two Glam Slams

ExtremeLeeClassic 01-03-2010 08:14 AM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
“Round One of the FEIST Main Event Championship Tournament II”
Taping #2
October 28th, 2009
Attendance: 453

Eyes on the Prize
The cameras opened up to an image of Lisa-Marie Varon, whom was standing backstage. Once the cameras began rolling, Varon began discussing her wrestling career so far, and how she had gone from ‘nothing to something.’ She then revealed how this could be her pinnacle, becoming the best women’s wrestler of the world today and by proving that, she would need to win the FEIST Main Event title, and, in her own words, prove her critics wrong. Varon admitted she would go through blood, sweat and tears to gain the title, and then began discussing her opponent in tonight’s headline match, Ayako Hamada. Although Varon showed great respect for her opponent, labelling her as ‘the woman everyone wants to prove themselves against’, Lisa then stated she was more than ready for tonight’s match, and hoped that Hamada could say the same.

Mickie James defeats Unpretty; Mickie advances on in the tournament
Stepping out from behind the curtains, Mickie James really got the fans hyped up for the upcoming show with an impressive victory over the ‘formerly known as Angel Orsini’, Unpretty. However, Unpretty put up quite a fight, stopping James’ early flow of momentum with a drop toehold into the ropes before squashing James in the corner with a charging body splash. But the fans were solely behind Mickie, and this allowed James to pick up the pieces with a diving Lou Thesz press and then a hangman’s neckbreaker, although neither could get the three. Unpretty managed to scout a Mickie-canrana with a defiant powerbomb, but her attempt at a moonsault missed its target, allowing Mickie to pick up the pieces with a beautiful tilt-a-whirl variant of the Mickie-DT for the three counts.

Daizee Haze defeats Katie Lea; Daizee advances on in the tournament
In what was a seriously competitive contest, Haze managed to find an opening to pin Katie Lea’s shoulders to the ground after struggling on through most of the match. A new side of Katie Lea was seen in this match, one that was tougher and more brutal than her WWE days, shown by a fierce neckbreaker over the second ring rope which kept Haze at bay through a large portion of the match. Katie piled on the pressure with some nice submission moves, including a leg held full nelson, but the fire in Haze began to burn, managing to dodge a lariat and taking Katie down with an elevated facebuster which swung the momentum her way. After a diving missile dropkick from Haze it looked like Katie was done for, but she somehow managed to kick out, before pushing Haze off a Mind Trip attempt and slamming her with a Samoan Drop. Lea then looked to finish things off with a spinning backbreaker, but Daizee escaped out the back before managing to take Katie down for a body scissors victory roll…and she obtained the pin counts! After the match, Haze went to shake Katie’s hand for her good effort in the contest, but Lea responded with a slap to the face followed by a vicious uranage backbreaker, leaving Haze floored.

Sara Del Rey defeats Daffney; Del Rey advances on in the tournament
The wacky Daffney certainly had her work cut out for her in this contest, as an adamant Del Rey looked for more than a victory- she wanted to prove an impact also, and that she did. Sara used her technical expertise to start off the match, and began dominating after a flapjack into the top rope hung Daffney out to dry. Some nice submissions followed, but Daffney began battling back and even managed to dropkick Del Rey in the knee and followed up with an impressive Shining Wizard! But whatever Daffney tried, including a handstand elbow drop, she couldn’t get the three counts. Daffney searched for the Lobotomy but Del Rey managed to spin around and pushed the ‘Scream Queen’ into the buckles. Daffney may have stopped hitting the buckles with her foot, but as she turned around, Sara was all ready and waiting with a beautiful rolling sole kick that KO’d Daffney for the three counts.

Singing to a New Tune
Before her match up against Awesome Kong, Jillian Hall stood centre stage in the ring and ‘had something to get off her chest.’ In response to her WWE gimmick, Hall stated that the ‘old bad singing, bad acting and bad wrestling Jillian was gone’ and now she is in FEIST, she is bringing a new persona with her. Hall then stated that this persona would be ‘brash, brutal and bolshie’ and would stop at nothing to make an impact. Hall even went as far as taunting- in her own words- the ‘fat freak of a woman’ Awesome Kong, and didn’t bat an eyelid when the two-hundred and seventy pounder stepped out for their contest to begin.

Awesome Kong defeats Jillian Hall; Kong advances on in the tournament
Following Hall’s in ring segment, the blonde athlete really did live up to her word, and put on a tremendous fight against Kong. Jillian managed to dislodge Kong’s footing from the uncomfortable top rope earlier on in the contest, and later on managed to drop toehold Kong into the second turnbuckle to allow herself to leap off the top rope with an awe-inspiring 450 Splash. But Kong is not a woman you want to get angry, and Jillian did just that with all her wild attempts. Power simply overcame beauty in this match, shown when Jillian went for an Irish Whip but Kong instead found an opening to short arm lariat Hall right onto her neck! As the closing moments came, Jillian managed to dodge out of an avalanche attempt, causing Kong to crash into the turnbuckles and stay there in a groggy position. In an exhausted manner, Jillian then looked for her handspring back elbow, but Kong ran into Jillian which caused her to fly face first onto the canvas off the body weight that Kong possesses! Kong then hooked the arms, lifted Jillian up vertically and then planted her with an Implant Buster, signalling that was all she wrote in this contest as the three counts soon ensued.

Watch and Learn
Michelle McCool is always a woman to rub her own accomplishments in other people’s faces, and on the way down to the ring, she found the perfect woman to do that to- Mickie James, who was in the process of thanking backstage staff for their kind words on her win against Unpretty. McCool confronted Mickie, saying that here in FEIST, she had no chance of stealing the spotlight from her. McCool told Mickie that in tonight’s match up against MsChif, Michelle would expose her opponent for the ‘washed up scum’ she is. James responded with a harrowing statement, ‘well why won’t you prove it’, but this only made McCool’s smirk grow wider, before she walked off after telling James to ‘watch and learn.’

Michelle McCool defeats MsChif; McCool advances on in the tournament
In a battle that shook the core of FEIST, Michelle McCool managed to pull out a victory against MsChif following what can be described as a very heated, very competitive contest. As the match up began, it was hard for each competitor to get the one up, with McCool searching for submissions but ‘Chif using her flexible body to wriggle her way out. McCool did manage to get the momentum on her side, however, after the battle spilled to the apron, and she managed to DDT MsChif face first on the hard surface! Soon, however, MsChif managed to gain momentum, and reversed her way out of a Faith Breaker with a body scissors ‘rana followed by a double leg Muta lock! Michelle screamed out but soon reached the ropes, and then managed to spin her way out of a Desecrator to boot MsChif square in the face. But she simply couldn’t get the three, and was taken off course when her attempts at a back body drop were thwarted by MsChif’s quick Code Green manoeuvre! But again, Michelle’s shoulder boosted off the mat, and then the fight spilled to the outside. Noticing the referee’s ring out count was on six, MsChif then scooped McCool up as if to slide her into the ring, but as she placed Michelle on the apron, Michelle battled back with fist shots and then booted MsChif into the barrier! McCool then slid into the ring at a count of nine, and MsChif ran forwards…but she was too late! Michelle had won by a ring out count, and had great pleasure in taunting ‘Chif of the victory thereafter!

The Fight of My Life
Backstage interviewer Lauren managed to catch up with Ayako Hamada, and her trusty translator, before the headline match up against Lisa-Marie Varon. In pure Japanese, Hamada gave her overview on the tournament, saying although she’s wrestled all over the world she was ‘a small fish in a big pond’ here at FEIST. But Hamada admitted she liked that, as it gave her grounds to prove herself, and tonight she would do all she could to do just that. Similarly to the earlier angle by Varon, Hamada showed respect towards her opponent, but said tonight she would stop at nothing to get victory- and if that involved ‘breaking a limb to do so’, then that would just have to be the case.

Lisa-Marie Varon defeats Ayako Hamada; Varon advances on in the tournament
The headline show isn’t headline for nothing, and these two girls put it all on the line in a match that lasted longer than forty minutes of complete back and forth action! Varon, an accomplished wrestler in herself, began the match on a high note, taking down Hamada with a variety of roll ups, but Hamada wasn’t in the mood for games, shown by a hard spin kick which blew the wind out of Lisa’s sails and sent her rolling to the arena floor! But after sensing a springboard moonsault and managing to knock Hamada over the top and to the outside, Varon took control, shown with a nicely executed hair pulled Gory lock. Yet it wasn’t long before Hamada built up momentum and almost pinned Varon with a sitout powerbomb that the momentum swung the opposite way. A tight Fujiwara bar almost put Varon on the brink of tapping, but soon she managed to stand and then amazingly reversed the move into a Spider’s Web! Varon tried desperately for a Triangle choke, but Hamada kept resisting, even managing to lift Lisa off the ground and then slam her into the buckles! However, as the final moments came, Varon escaped out of a Hamada Driver attempt and then hit a decimating shoot kick to the face, before dragging Hamada down into the Triangle Choke! A groggy Hamada had no choice but to tap as the hold was applied for over a minute, and Varon advanced through the tournament and ended the night in a high once again for FEIST broadcasting.


Quick Results
Mickie James defeats Unpretty; pinfall; Tilt-a-Whirl Mickie-DT
Daizee Haze defeats Katie Lea; pinfall; Bodyscissors Roll-up
Sara Del Rey defeats Daffney; pinfall; Rolling Sole Kick
Awesome Kong defeats Jillian Hall; pinfall; Implant Buster
Michelle McCool defeats MsChif; ring out count
Lisa Marie Varon defeats Ayako Hamada; submission; Triangle Choke

ExtremeLeeClassic 01-04-2010 06:56 AM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling

After the success of the first round, the FEIST Main Event Title Tournament looks set to continue into the third taping as we head on into the second round. Earlier today, the tournament brackets were decided, and the following matches will take place with the winner of each gaining that one step closer to the prestigious championship.

Daizee Haze versus Alissa Flash
Gail Kim versus Sweet Saraya
Sara Del Rey versus Melina
Wesna versus Michelle McCool
Awesome Kong versus Mickie James
Lisa-Marie Varon versus Beth Phoenix

The results of these jaw-dropping contests will be revealed on the next FEIST show!

greenchad1 01-04-2010 09:35 PM

Re: FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling
You know i love my womens wrestling so i have been following along and both shows were excellent writing and matches and iff i got make a prediction im going to say Flash over Haze, Gail over Saryra, Del Rey over Melina, Busic over Mccool, Mickie over Kong, and Varon over Beth but i love your btb and will continue to read it

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