The fact is most of there very talented women aren't being used on the bigger indy shows. Let alone the WWE. ROH needs to start using them, instead of using Daizee Haize and Del Rey over and over again(even though I am a big fan of both of them)
-WSU and SHIMMER is about as large a platform as you're going to get for serious women's wrestling in the US, its unfortunate but that's why we call them niches.
-I hope next year that Jessie McKay decides to have an extended run in the United States. I'm" a bias Jessie McKay fan for sure and I want to see as much of her as possible lol. Sucks for Eagles though, was never big on her however you can't deny her talent.
-Got to say that I have really enjoyed Women's Lucha this past year, way more than last year. CMLL, AAA and XPLL have produced some decent stuff. I wasn't big on Silueta but she has become one of my favorite Lucahdoras and Goya Kong is always fun to watch as far as CMLL is concerned, on the AAA side you got the Apache Sisters who I never get tired of, Sexy Star followed by probably my new favorite Luchadora Lolita and how much has Jennifer Blake improved. For me personally, Mexico has produced the best women's wrestling this year bar none.
I probably plug 2CW too much but whatever, I like them. They are going to be putting on a Girl's Grand Prix with Portia Perez, Serena Deeb, Sara Del Rey, Nikki Roxx, Rachel Summerlyn, Cherry Bomb, Courtney Rush and Alexxis Nevaeh being the participants. This is a very solid lineup and I expect it to be a great tournament.
A couple of months ago she was certainly up in the air but being they have announced the full roster for the tournament along with a bracket for the tournament I feel it is a strong possibility she will be there. Things may change though, hopefully not, but if nothing else she will almost surely be AT the show which clearly isn't as exciting but what can you do.