Pro-Wrestling:EVE returns home to The Delphi Club in Sudbury, Suffolk on EVE's 2 Year Anniversary on Saturday February 18 2012!
After winning the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship from Britani Knight on June 4th in Morecambe at 'War On The Shore', 'The Female Fight Machine' has immersed herself in Championship defences racking up a tremendous 5 defences by November 6. These victories were over not just some of the best in Europe such as former NWWA Champion Aurora Flame, 'The Fighting Irish' Rhia O'Reilly and Super Janey B but also victories against two of the best in the world right now in 'The Lancashire Terrier' April Davids and Japanese future hall of famer Emi Sakura.
Following her most recent title defence against Super Janey B, the Grappling Gold Medallist recorded a video issuing an open challenge for any one to step forward for a shot at her Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship at the next EVE event. After the video was made public the EVE Office was inundated with emails and messages from numerous female professional wrestlers all prepared to risk their health for an opportunity to become Pro-Wrestling:EVE Champion and Main Event EVE's 2 Year Anniversary Show on February 18 at Pro-Wrestling:EVE's home venue The Delphi Club in Sudbury.
EVE Management spent days going through the submissions from wrestlers wanting a shot at the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship and weighing up the validity of their arguments for why they felt they deserved to be the person who got the shot at the title. But while nearly everyone made valid arguments (Rhia O'Reilly's argument that referee Chris Roberts is 'racist against the Irish therefore meaning any losses she has suffered in EVE 'don't count' was thrown out due to lack of evidence) three peoples' arguments stood out from the rest. Eventually those three were whittled down to two and then finally one. This person sent no statement in their email. No reasons, no promises. This person simply showed us their Win - Loss Record. The proof was indeed undeniable. This person didn't need an 'Open Challenge' to get a title shot. This person deserved one on their merits and victories alone. There of course was only one person who deserved a shot at the Championship above all others.......That person was of course:
FEB 18 MAIN EVENT:
'THE PROFESSIONAL PREDATOR' ALPHA FEMALE [GERMANY, 10 WINS, 1 LOSS, 0 DRAWS]
'THE FEMALE FIGHT MACHINE' JENNY SJODIN [SWEDEN, 10 WINS, 4 LOSSES, 1 DRAW]
Lincoln born 21 year old Holly Rocamora is the newest addition to the Pro-Wrestling:EVE roster!
The fitness and comic book enthusiast who boasts tattoos of Batman and The Joker emblazoned on her right arm comes to Pro-Wrestling:EVE after graduating from the highly acclaimed London School Of Lucha Libre where she trained regularly under Great British wrestling stalwart Greg Burridge in addition to taking training from such word renowned performers as former WWE and WCW Cruiserweight champion Juventud Guerrera, the Mexican luchador Cassandro and former WWE Intercontinental champion D-Lo Brown.
Everyone at Pro-Wrestling:EVE are excited to have this hot prospect as a part of the EVE roster and no doubt we'll be seeing her hit her trademark springboard tornado DDT in an EVE ring in no time!
In fact, Pro-Wrestling:EVE will be announcing full details of her debut match tomorrow evening at www.EVEwrestling.com
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I really wish SHIMMER could run more consistent shows, but with their heavy reliance on International talent to draw fans I can understand why they follow their current model. It would be convenient if SHIMMER had a working relationship with WSU so the SHIMMER and WSU talent could be featured more consistently but I guess that's only a pipe dream; after all women's wrestling is still considered a small niche so its probably for the best so more women can get shine versus one overloaded roster.