On April 22nd, a press release helped unravel the mystery of a former Ring of Honor board member’s enigmatic video. The head of the women’s division, Maria Kanellis put out at the beginning of the month, a bit more context.
With this press release, fans are able to absorb what the women’s wrestling army will be like. An all-female promotion featuring at least three matches, exclusive interviews, and behind-the-scenes access will be available. The promotion will also include mini-documentaries similar to the “This is Ladies’ Wrestling” documentary featuring ROH women. The wrestlers will own a part of the company and receive residual income for every appearance they make.
Women’s Wrestling Army will collaborate with other companies. On May 1st at Fete Music Hall in Providence, RI, they will debut with Women’s Wrestling Revolution Plus for the #HitEmUpStyle night. Tickets are available at shopiwtv.com.
Beyond Wrestling has become a helpmate with the Women’s Wrestling Army setup. They’ve helped with production, the venue, and bringing in the crowd. With positive collaborations like this, the Women’s Wrestling Army can possibly see a successful year.
Women like Trish Adora, The Hex, Willow Nightingale, Alisha Edwards, and many others are set to perform on May 1st.
The inaugural event for the new promotion will start on May 1. The current line-up subject to change on the ticket purchasing website is as follows –
– Willow Nightingale vs. Jordan Blade – Jody Threat vs. Davienne – Alisha Edwards vs. Kayla Sparks – Administration (Damian Adams & Pedro Dones) vs. Outfielders (Shea McCoy & Weber Hatfield) – Tiara James vs. JC Storm – Tina San Antonio vs. Trish Adora – Ashley D’Amboise vs. Little Mean Kathleen – Hardcore Geeks (Kennedi Copeland & Riley Shepard) vs. Artsy Fartsy (Edith Surreal & Erica Leigh)
Get all of the upcoming news and events for this exciting new company at WomensWrestlingArmy.com